Electrical Engineering: An Introduction
Oxford University Press, Jan 1, 1993 - Technology & Engineering - 765 pages
This comprehensive revision helps non-electrical engineering majors--the future users, rather than the designers of electrical devices, systems and machines-- gain a conceptual understanding of electrical engineering. Early coverage of systems and an emphasis on an IC (integrated circuits) 'building block' approach motivates non-majors. The text features integration of analog and digital technology with cutting-edge coverage of op-amps, feedback and analog systems. Chapter-end applications capture student interest by relating material to contemporary topics such as automobile suspension systems, high-fidelity audio and hand-held computers.Key Features:* Provides examples from everyday life, rather than from specific EE applications--for example 'Starting Your Volkswagen' or 'Automobile Suspension System' (an application of phasor analysis)* Features new and completely up-to-date material on SPICE, a new chapter on inductors and capacitors and expanded and revised chapters on analog systemsSupplement:Instructor's Manual: 003096850XContents:Introduction and overviewI. Introduction to CircuitsPrinciples of Electric CircuitsIntroduction to dc Circuit AnalysisTechniques of dc AnalysisActive Circuit ElementsII. Time-varying Signals in Circuit AnalysisInductance and CapacitanceSinusoidal SignalsPhasor AnalysisTransient Response of Passive CircuitsIII. Analog Signals and TechniquesPrinciples of Analog SystemsPractical Analog TechnologyIV. Digital Signals and Their UsesDigital Building BlocksIntroduction to Digital SystemsV. Active Devices and CircuitsSemiconductor DevicesTransistor AmplifiersDigital CircuitsVI. Magnetic DevicesElectric Power and MachinesElectric PowerElectromechanical Devices ReferencesAnswers to Even-Numbered ProblemsIndex
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