Principles of Electric Circuits: Conventional Current Version, 10th edition
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Principles of Electric Circuits is a complete introduction to DC/AC circuits. It provides a clear overview of fundamental circuit laws and components, using math only when needed for understanding. Floyd's acclaimed coverage of troubleshooting, combined with exercises, examples and illustrations, gives you the problem-solving experience you need to step outside the classroom and into a job.
The 10th Edition has been heavily modified to improve readability and clarity. It reflects developments in technology since the last edition. This edition also adds new step-by-step procedures for solving problems with the TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculator. Discussion of dimensional analysis with examples appears in this edition to introduce a useful problem-solving method.
Published by Pearson (August 1st 2021) - Copyright © 2020
Subject: Electronics Technology & Electricity
Category: DC / AC Circuits
- Quantities and Units
- Voltage, Current, and Resistance
- Ohm's Law
- Energy and Power
- Series Circuits
- Parallel Circuits
- Series-Parallel Circuits
- Circuit Theorems and Conversions
- Branch, Loop, and Node Analyses
- Magnetism and Electromagnetism
- Introduction to Alternating Current and Voltage
- RC Circuits
- RL Circuits
- RLC Circuits and Resonance
- Passive Filters
- Circuit Theorems in AC Analysis
- Time Response of Reactive Circuits
- Three-Phase Systems in Power Applications
- Table of Standard Resistor Values
- Capacitor Label Coding
- NI Multisim for Circuit Simulation
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