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  • 1 Circuit Concepts PART 1 ELECTRIC CIRCUITS

    • 1.1 Electrical Quantities

    • 1.2 Lumped-Circuit Elements

    • 1.3 Kirchhoff’s Laws

    • 1.4 Meters and Measurements

    • 1.5 Analogy between Electrical and Other Nonelectric Physical Systems

    • 1.6 Learning Objectives

    • 1.7 Practical Application: A Case Study—Resistance Strain Gauge

      • Problems





  • 2 Circuit Analysis Techniques

    • 2.1 Thévenin and Norton Equivalent Circuits

    • 2.2 Node-Voltage and Mesh-Current Analyses

    • 2.3 Superposition and Linearity

    • 2.4 Wye–Delta Transformation

    • 2.5 Computer-Aided Circuit Analysis: SPICE

    • 2.6 Computer-Aided Circuit Analysis: MATLAB

    • 2.7 Learning Objectives

    • 2.8 Practical Application: A Case Study—Jump Starting a Car

      • Problems





  • 3 Time-Dependent Circuit Analysis

    • 3.1 Sinusoidal Steady-State Phasor Analysis

    • 3.2 Transients in Circuits

    • 3.3 Laplace Transform

    • 3.4 Frequency Response

      • Frequency Response Using PSpice and PROBE 3.5 Computer-Aided Circuit Simulation for Transient Analysis, AC Analysis, and



    • 3.6 Use of MATLAB in Computer-Aided Circuit Simulation

    • 3.7 Learning Objectives

    • 3.8 Practical Application: A Case Study—Automotive Ignition System

      • Problems





  • 4 Three-Phase Circuits and Residential Wiring

    • 4.1 Three-Phase Source Voltages and Phase Sequence

    • 4.2 Balanced Three-Phase Loads

    • 4.3 Measurement of Power

    • 4.4 Residential Wiring and Safety Considerations

    • 4.5 Learning Objectives

      • Electrical Safety 4.6 Practical Application: A Case Study—Physiological Effects of Current and

      • Problems





  • 5 Analog Building Blocks and Operational Amplifiers PART 2 ELECTRONIC ANALOG AND DIGITAL SYSTEMS

    • 5.1 The Amplifier Block

    • 5.2 Ideal Operational Amplifier

    • 5.3 Practical Properties of Operational Amplifiers

    • 5.4 Applications of Operational Amplifiers

    • 5.5 Learning Objectives

      • System 5.6 Practical Application: A Case Study—Automotive Power-Assisted Steering

      • Problems





  • 6 Digital Building Blocks and Computer Systems

    • 6.1 Digital Building Blocks

    • 6.2 Digital System Components

    • 6.3 Computer Systems

    • 6.4 Computer Networks

    • 6.5 Learning Objectives

      • Breadmaking Machine 6.6 Practical Application: A Case Study—Microcomputer-Controlled

      • Problems





  • 7 Semiconductor Devices

    • 7.1 Semiconductors

    • 7.2 Diodes

    • 7.3 Bipolar Junction Transistors

      • 7.4 Field-Effect Transistors CONTENTS ix

      • 7.5 Integrated Circuits

      • 7.6 Learning Objectives

      • 7.7 Practical Application: A Case Study—Electronic Photo Flash

        • Problems







  • 8 Transistor Amplifiers

    • 8.1 Biasing the BJT

    • 8.2 Biasing the FET

    • 8.3 BJT Amplifiers

    • 8.4 FET Amplifiers

    • 8.5 Frequency Response of Amplifiers

    • 8.6 Learning Objectives

      • with Mechanical Systems 8.7 Practical Application: A Case Study—Mechatronics: Electronics Integrated

      • Problems





  • 9 Digital Circuits

    • 9.1 Transistor Switches

    • 9.2 DTL and TTL Logic Circuits

    • 9.3 CMOS and Other Logic Families

    • 9.4 Learning Objectives

      • Engineering Application 9.5 Practical Application: A Case Study—Cardiac Pacemaker, a Biomedical

      • Problems





  • 10 AC Power Systems PART 3 ENERGY SYSTEMS

    • 10.1 Introduction to Power Systems

    • 10.2 Single- and Three-Phase Systems

    • 10.3 Power Transmission and Distribution

    • 10.4 Learning Objectives

    • 10.5 Practical Application: A Case Study—The Great Blackout of

      • Problems





  • 11 Magnetic Circuits and Transformers

    • 11.1 Magnetic Materials

    • 11.2 Magnetic Circuits

    • 11.3 Transformer Equivalent Circuits

    • 11.4 Transformer Performance

    • 11.5 Three-Phase Transformers

    • 11.6 Autotransformers

    • 11.7 Learning Objectives x CONTENTS

      • Technology 11.8 Practical Application: A Case Study—Magnetic Bearings for Space

      • Problems





  • 12 Electromechanics

    • 12.1 Basic Principles of Electromechanical Energy Conversion

    • 12.2 EMF Produced by Windings

    • 12.3 Rotating Magnetic Fields

    • 12.4 Forces and Torques in Magnetic-Field Systems

    • 12.5 Basic Aspects of Electromechanical Energy Converters

    • 12.6 Learning Objectives

    • 12.7 Practical Application: A Case Study—Sensors or Transducers

      • Problems





  • 13 Rotating Machines

    • 13.1 Elementary Concepts of Rotating Machines

    • 13.2 Induction Machines

    • 13.3 Synchronous Machines

    • 13.4 Direct-Current Machines

    • 13.5 Learning Objectives

      • Systems 13.6 Practical Application: A Case Study—Wind-Energy-Conversion

      • Problems





  • 14 Signal Processing PART 4 INFORMATION SYSTEMS

    • 14.1 Signals and Spectral Analysis

    • 14.2 Modulation, Sampling, and Multiplexing

    • 14.3 Interference and Noise

    • 14.4 Learning Objectives

      • Cancellation 14.5 Practical Application: A Case Study—Antinoise Systems, Noise

      • Problems





  • 15 Communication Systems

    • 15.1 Waves, Transmission Lines, Waveguides, and Antenna Fundamentals

    • 15.2 Analog Communication Systems

    • 15.3 Digital Communication Systems

    • 15.4 Learning Objectives

    • 15.5 Practical Application: A Case Study—Global Positioning Systems

      • Problems





  • 16 Basic Control Systems PART 5 CONTROL SYSTEMS

    • 16.1 Power Semiconductor-Controlled Drives

    • 16.2 Feedback Control Systems

    • 16.3 Digital Control Systems

    • 16.4 Learning Objectives

    • 16.5 Practical Application: A Case Study—Digital Process Control

      • Problems

      • Appendix A: References

        • (FE) Examination Appendix B: Brief Review of Fundamentals of Engineering

        • Factors for the SI System Appendix C: Technical Terms, Units, Constants, and Conversion



      • Appendix D: Mathematical Relations

      • Appendix E: Solution of Simultaneous Equations

      • Appendix F: Complex Numbers

      • Appendix G: Fourier Series

      • Appendix H: Laplace Transforms

      • Index