Book:Concepts in Electric Circuits

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|description=This book covers fundamental aspects of electric circuits that form the core of many engineering disciplines. In particular, basic circuit elements and their characteristics are presented when connected in an electric network. In addition, techniques to analyse and solve electric circuits are explained in a simple manner and examples are shown to demonstrate each strategy. DC as well as AC circuit analysis is provided with a brief account of filters in the end. Difficult electric circuit concepts such as sinusoids and phasors are explicated in an effective way so that basic understanding can be properly achieved.
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1 Introduction
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1.1 Contents of the Book
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2 Circuit Elements and Sources
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2.1 Introduction
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2.2 Current
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2.3 Voltage or Potential Difference
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2.4 Circuit Loads
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2.5 Sign Convention
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2.6 Passive Circuit Elements
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2.6.1 Resistor
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2.6.2 Capacitor
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2.6.3 Inductor
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2.7 DC Sources
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2.7.1 DC Voltage Source
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2.7.2 DC Current Source
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2.8 Power
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2.9 Energy
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3 Circuit Theorems
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3.1 Introduction
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3.2 Definitions and Terminologies
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3.3 Kirchoff’s Laws
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3.3.1 Kirchoff’s Voltage Law (KVL)
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3.3.2 Kirchoff’s Current Law (KCL)
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3.4 Electric Circuits Analysis
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3.4.1 Mesh Analysis
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3.4.2 Nodal Analysis
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3.5 Superposition Theorem
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3.6 Thévenin’s Theorem
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3.7 Norton’s Theorem
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3.8 Source Transformation
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3.9 Maximum Power Transfer Theorem
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3.10 Additional Common Circuit Configurations
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3.10.1 Supernode
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3.10.2 Supermesh
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3.11 Mesh and Nodal Analysis by Inspection
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3.11.1 Mesh Analysis
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3.11.2 Nodal Analysis
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4 Sinusoids and Phasors
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4.1 Introduction
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4.2 Sinusoids
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4.2.1 Other Sinusoidal Parameters
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4.3 Voltage, Current Relationships for R, L and C
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4.4 Impedance
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4.5 Phasors
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4.6 Phasor Analysis of AC Circuits
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4.7 Power in AC Circuits
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4.8 Power Factor
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4.8.1 Power Factor Correction
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5 Frequency Response
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5.1 Introduction
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5.2 Frequency Response
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5.3 Filters
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5.3.1 Low Pass Filter
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5.3.2 High Pass Filter
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5.3.3 Band Pass Filter
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5.4 Bode Plots
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5.4.1 Approximate Bode Plots
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Appendix A: A Cramer’s Rule-a free ebook from bookboon.com
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Title:Concepts in Electric Circuits
Author:Wasif Naeem
Subjects:Engineering, Physics
Key words:Electric circuits, circuits, electric, convention, resistor, capacitor, inductor, voltage, current, power, energy, mesh analysis, nodal analysis, norton's theorem, AC, DC, theorem, frequency, bode plots
Education Level:Higher Education
License:All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright
Description:Concepts in Electric Circuits-a free ebook from bookboon.com

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