Linear Circuit Analysis, 1st edition

  • Chi Kong Tse

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Overview

Linear Circuit Analysis provides concise and practical treatment of the basics of circuits suitable for undergraduates. Whilst mathematical rigour is not sacrificed, the book is written in an easily-readable style and also covers many topics from a practical, non-mathematical perspective. For those lecturers that wish to explore other teaching methods, the later chapters offer an introduction to the topological method of analysis.

The text is ideal for a first course in circuits as the text starts by recapping basics such as Ohm's law before covering the nodal/mesh approach to circuit analysis. As such it equips students with effective analytical skills which will form a solid basis for the rest of their electronic engineering course.

Table of contents

1. Basics
2. Circuit Theorems
3. Mesh and Nodal Analyses
4. First Order Transients
5. Mutual Inductance and Transformers
6. Alternating Currents and Voltages
7. Steady-State Analysis of AC Circuits
8. Free Oscillation & Complex Frequency Concepts
9. Passive Two-Port Networks
10. Circuit Graphs
11. Systematic Analysis of Resistive Circuits
12. Systematic Analysis of Linear Dynamic Circuits
Appendices:
Mathematical Techniques
Laplace Transforms
Computer Simulation

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Published by Pearson (May 27th 1998) - Copyright © 1998