## Electrical and Mechanical Networks: An Introduction to Their Analysis |

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### Contents

preface | 1 |

ist of tables | 6 |

natural behavior of networks | 31 |

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Electrical and Mechanical Networks: An Introduction to Their Analysis Willis Walter Harman,Dean W. Lytle No preview available - 2013 |

Electrical and Mechanical Networks: An Introduction to Their Analysis Willis Walter Harman,Dean W. Lytle No preview available - 2013 |

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admittance amplifier analysis applied force approximation assume capacitance capacitor circuit of Fig coil compliance component computed connected constant current flow current source curve determined device differential equation discussion displacement driving function electrical network elements equal equivalent circuit example exponential expression farad flux Fourier series frictional resistance graphical illustrated impedance indicated inductance inductor initial conditions input instantaneous linear load locus loop currents magnetic field magnitude mass matrix measured mechanical network mechanical system meter method motor natural behavior node equations nonlinear obtained ohms output parameters periodic function phasor phasor diagram plot poles and zeros positive Prob problem quantity radian radian frequency ratio resistor root-locus rotating rotor shown in Fig sinusoidal solution solve spring stator stored energy superposition theorem techniques theorem tion torque transfer function transform two-port two-port networks varied velocity volt-amperes voltage and current voltage drops voltage source volts