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Schaum's outline of theory and problems of electric circuits

Author: Mahmood Nahvi; Joseph Edminister
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, ©2003.
Series: Schaum's outline series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 4th edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Problems and exercises
Problems, exercises, etc
Problèmes et exercices
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mahmood Nahvi; Joseph Edminister
ISBN: 0071393072 9780071393072
OCLC Number: 49907048
Notes: Edminister's name appears first on the earlier ed.
Includes index.
Description: ix, 469 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Contents: Circuit concepts --
Circuit laws --
Analysis methods --
Amplifiers and operational amplifier circuits --
Waveforms and signals --
First-order circuits --
Higher-order circuits and complex frequency --
Sinusoidal steady-state circuit analysis --
AC power --
Polyphase circuits --
Frequency response, filters, and resonance --
Two-port networks --
Mutual inductance and transformers --
Circuit analysis using Spice and PSpice --
The Laplace transform method --
Fourier method of waveform analysis --
Complex number system --
Matrices and determinants. Introduction --
Electrical quantities and SI units --
Force, work and power --
Electrical charge and current --
Electric potential --
Energy and electrical power --
Constant and variable functions --
Circuit concepts --
Passive and active elements --
Sign conventions --
Voltage-current relations --
Resistance --
Inductance --
Capacitance --
Circuit diagrams --
Nonlinear resistors --
Circuit laws --
Introduction --
Kirchhoff's Voltage Law --
Kirchhoff's Current Law --
Circuit elements in series --
Circuit elements in parallel --
Voltage division --
Current division --
Analysis methods --
The branch current method --
The mesh current method --
Matrices and determinants --
The node voltage method --
Input and output resistance --
Transfer resistance --
Network resistance --
Superposition --
Thévenin's and Norton's Theorems --
Maximum power transfer theorem --
Amplifiers and operational amplifier circuits --
Amplifier model --
Feedback in amplifier circuit --
Operational amplifiers --
Analysis of circuits containing ideal Op amps --
Inverting circuit --
Summing circuit --
Noninverting circuit --
Voltage follower --
Differential and difference amplifiers --
Circuits containing several Op amps --
Integrator and differentiator circuits --
Analog computers --
Low-pass filter --
Comparator --
Waveforms and signals --
Introduction --
Periodic functions --
Sinusoidal functions --
Time shift and phase shift --
Combinations of periodic functions --
The average and effective (RMS) values --
Nonperiodic functions --
The unit step function --
The unit impulse function --
The exponential function --
Damped sinusoids --
Random signals --
First-order circuits --
Introduction --
Capacitor discharge in a resistor --
Establishing a DC voltage across a capacitor --
The source-free RL circuit --
Establishing a DC current in an inductor --
The exponential function revisited --
Complex first-order RL and RC circuits --
DC steady state in inductors and capacitors --
Transitions at switching time --
Response of first-order circuits to a pulse --
Impulse response of RC and RL circuits --
Summary of step and impulse responses in RC and RL circuits --
Response of RC and RL circuits to sudden exponential excitations --
Response of RC and RL circuits to sudden sinusoidal excitations --
Summary of forced response in first-order circuits --
First-order active circuits --
Higher-order circuits and complex frequency --
Introduction --
Series RLC circuit --
Parallel RLC circuit --
Two-mesh circuit --
Complex frequency --
Generalized impedance (R, L, C) in s-domain --
Network function and pole-zero plots --
The forced response --
The natural response --
Magnitude and frequency scaling --
Higher-order active circuits --
Sinusoidal steady-state circuit analysis --
Introduction --
Element responses --
Phasors --
Impedance and admittance --
Voltage and current division in the frequency domain --
The mesh current method --
The node voltage method --
Thévenin's and Norton's Theorems --
Superposition of AC sources --
AC power --
Power in the time domain --
Power in sinusoidal steady state --
Average of real power --
Reactive power --
Summary of AC power in R, L, and C --
Exchange of energy between an inductor and a capacitor --
Complex power, apparent power, and power triangle --
Parallel-connected networks --
Power factor improvement --
Maximum power transfer --
Superposition of average powers --
Polyphase circuits --
Introduction --
Two-phase systems --
Three-phase systems --
Wye and delta systems --
Phasor voltages --
Balanced delta-connected load --
Balanced four-wire, wye-connected load --
Equivalent Y and delta-connections --
Single-line equivalent circuit for balanced three-phase loads --
Unbalanced delta-connected load --
Unbalanced wye-connected load --
Three-phase power --
Power measurement and the two-wattmeter method --
Frequency response, filters, and resonance --
Frequency response --
High-pass and low-pass networks --
Half-power frequencies --
Generalized two-port, two-element networks --
The frequency response and network functions --
Frequency response from pole-zero location --
Ideal and practical filters --
Passive and active filters --
Bandpass filters and resonance --
Natural frequency and damping ratio --
RLC series circuit; series resonance --
Quality factor --
RLC parallel circuit; parallel resonance --
Practical LC parallel circuit --
Series-parallel conversions --
Locus diagrams --
Scaling the frequency response filters --
Two-port networks --
Terminals and ports --
Z-parameters --
T-equivalent of reciprocal networks --
Y-parameters --
Pi-equivalent of reciprocal networks --
Application of terminal characteristics --
Conversion between Z- and Y-parameters --
h-parameters --
g-parameters --
Transmission parameters --
Interconnecting two-port networks --
Choice of parameter type --
Summary of terminal parameters and conversion --
Mutual inductance and transformers --
Mutual inductance --
Coupling coefficient --
Analysis of coupled coils --
Dot rule --
Energy in a pair of coupled coils --
Conductively coupled equivalent circuits --
Linear transformer --
Ideal transformer --
Autotransformer --
Reflected impedance --
Circuit analysis using Spice and PSpice --
Spice and PSpice --
Circuit description --
Dissecting a Spice source file --
Data statements and DC analysis --
Control and output statements in DC analysis --
Thévenin equivalent --
Op amp circuits --
AC steady state and frequency response --
Mutual inductance and transformers --
Modeling devices with varying parameters --
Time response and transient analysis --
Specifying other types of sources --
Summary --
The Laplace transform method --
Introduction --
The Laplace transform --
Selected Laplace transforms --
Convergence of the integral --
Initial-value and final-value theorems --
Partial-fractions expansions --
Circuits in the s-domain --
The network function and Laplace transforms --
Fourier method of waveform analysis --
Introduction --
Trigonometric Fourier series --
Exponential Fourier series --
Waveform symmetry --
Line spectrum --
Waveform synthesis --
Effective values and power --
Applications in circuit analysis --
Fourier transform of nonperiodic waveforms --
Properties of the Fourier Transform --
Continuous spectrum --
Complex number system --
Complex numbers --
Complex plane --
Vector operator j --
Other representations of complex numbers --
Sum and difference of complex numbers --
Multiplication of complex numbers --
Division of complex numbers --
Conjugate of a complex number --
Matrices and determinants --
Simultaneous equations and the characteristic matrix --
Types of matrices --
Matrix arithmetic --
Determinant of a square matrix --
Eigenvalues of a square matrix.
Series Title: Schaum's outline series.
Other Titles: Theory and problems of electric circuits
Responsibility: Mahmood Nahvi, Joseph A. Edminister.
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