Basic engineering circuit analysis
Irwin's Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis has built a solid reputation for its highly accessible presentation, clear explanations, and extensive array of helpful learning aids. Now in a new Eighth Edition, this highly-accessible book has been fine-tuned and revised, making it more effective and even easier to use. It covers such topics as resistive circuits, nodal and loop analysis techniques, capacitance and inductance, AC steady-state analysis, polyphase circuits, the Laplace transform, two-port networks, and much more. For over twenty years, Irwin has provided readers with a straightforward examination of the basics of circuit analysis, including: Using real-world examples to demonstrate the usefulness of the material. Integrating MATLAB throughout the book and includes special icons to identify sections where CAD tools are used and discussed. Offering expanded and redesigned Problem-Solving Strategies sections to improve clarity. A new chapter on Op-Amps that gives readers a deeper explanation of theory. A revised pedagogical structure to enhance learning.
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amplifier analysis to find ANSWER Application Example applied average power Bode plot capacitor circuit analysis circuit containing circuit in Fig circuit shown connected current source dependent sources Design Example diagram electrical energy equations yields equivalent circuit equivalent resistance expression Figure filter Fourier series frequency gain ideal impedance inductor KCL equations Kirchhoff's Kirchhoff's current law lagging Laplace transform LEARNING EXTENSION load loop analysis loop currents magnitude MATLAB network in Fig network shown nodal analysis node voltages Norton's theorem Note obtain Ohm's law op-amp output voltage parallel parameters phase phasor power absorbed power factor power supplied power transfer problem PSPICE rad/s resistor resonant response RLC circuit Schematics shown in Fig simulation sinusoidal SOLUTION solve supernode superposition switch techniques terminals Thevenin equivalent Thevenin's theorem transfer function two-port voltage and current voltage division voltage source zero