Created to highlight and detail its most important concepts, this book is a major revision of the authorAis own Introductory Circuit Analysis, completely rewritten to bestow users with the knowledge and skills that should be mastered when learning about dc/ac circuits. KEY TOPICS Specific chapter topics include Current and Voltage; Resistance; OhmAis Law, Power and Energy; Series de Circuits; Parallel de Circuits; Series-Parallel Circuits; Methods of Analysis and Selected Topics(dc); Network Theorems; Capacitors; Inductors; Sinusoidal Alternating Waveforms; The Basic Elements and Phasors; Series and Parallel AC Circuits; Series-Parallel AC Networks and the Power Triangle; AC Methods of Analysis and Theorems; Resonance and Filters; Transformers and Three-Phase Systems; and Pulse Waveforms and the Non-sinusoidal Response. For practicing technicians and engineers.Robert L. Boylestad. text will ... The content of the first chapter on the ac response (Chapter 12) is very similar to that of the IC A text, but you will find ... In addition, the student avoids a complex topic so early in the introduction to ac waveforms. ... (Chapter 14) is written with more detail and with less dependence on letting the mathematics generate the solution. ... ANCILLARIES The laboratory manual to support the text is very similar to that provided with the ICA text, with minor changes.
|Title||:||Essentials of Circuit Analysis|
|Author||:||Robert L. Boylestad|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2004|