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Principles of Electric Circuits: Conventional Current Version, 10th edition

  • Thomas L Floyd
  • David M Buchla

Published by Pearson (February 1st 2019) - Copyright © 2020

10th edition

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Overview

For courses in DC/AC circuits: conventional flow.

Complete, accessible introduction to DC/AC circuits
Principles of Electric Circuits: Conventional Current Version provides a uniquely clear introduction to 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 students the problem-solving experience they need to step outside the classroom and into a job. The 10th edition has been heavily modified to improve readability and clarity and to update the text to reflect 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.

Table of contents

1. Quantities and Units
2. Voltage, Current, and Resistance
3. Ohm’s Law
4. Energy and Power
5. Series Circuits
6. Parallel Circuits
7. Series-Parallel Circuits
8. Circuit Theorems and Conversions
9. Branch, Loop, and Node Analyses
10. Magnetism and Electromagnetism
11. Introduction to Alternating Current and Voltage
12. Capacitors
13. Inductors
14. Transformers
15. RC Circuits
16. RL Circuits
17. RLC Circuits and Resonance
18. Passive Filters
19. Circuit Theorems in AC Analysis
20. Time Response of Reactive Circuits
21. Three-Phase Systems in Power Applications

Appendices
A. Table of Standard Resistor Values
B. Derivations
C. Capacitor Label Coding
D. NI Multisim for Circuit Simulation

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