D.C. Circuit Analysis
Basic components and electric circuits - Charge - Current - Voltage and power - Voltage and current sources - Ohm's law - Voltage and current laws - Kirchhoff's current law - Kirchhoff's voltage law - The single node - Pair circuit - Series and parallel connected independent sources - Resistors in series and parallel - Voltage and current division - Basic nodal and mesh analysis - Nodal analysis - Mesh analysis.Network Theorem and Duality
Useful circuit analysis techniques - Linearity and superposition - Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits - Maximum power transfer - Delta - Wye conversion - Duality - Dual circuits.
Sinusoidal Steady State Analysis
Sinusoidal steady-state analysis - Characteristics of sinusoids - The complex forcing function - The phasor - Phasor relationship for R-L-C - Impedance and admittance - Nodal and Mesh analysis - Phasor diagrams - A.C. circuit power analysis - Instantaneous power - Average power - Apparent power and power factor - Complex power.
Transients and Resonance in RLC Circuits
Basic RL and RC circuits - The source - Free RL circuit - The source-free RC circuit - The unit-step function - Driven RL circuits - Driven RC circuits - RLC circuits - Frequency response - Parallel resonance - Series resonance - Quality factor.Coupled Circuits and Topology
Magnetically coupled circuits - Mutual inductance - The linear transformer - The ideal transformer - An introduction to network topology - Trees and general nodal analysis - Links and loop analysis.
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Table of Contents
Examples with Solutions 1
Review Questions 1
Chapter2 Sinusoidal Steady State Analysis 21 to 2112
Chapter 5 Resonance 51 to 550
Chapter 7 Network Topology 71 to 770
Chapter4 Transient Response 4 1 to 4
Examples with Solutions 5 45
Examples with Solutions 731
Review Questions 767
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