The combined three volumes of these texts cover traditional linear circuit analysis topics - both concepts and computation - including the use of available software for problem solution where necessary. The text balances emphasis on concepts and calculation so students learn the basic principles and properties that govern circuits behaviour, while they gain a firm understanding of how to solve computational techniques they will face in the world of professional engineers. In addition, the work includes a variety of challenging analysis, design and computer-oriented problems and exercises. It highlights important definitions, laws and properties of circuit analysis and design in key concepts boxes throughout.
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This text teaches traditional linear circuit analysis with a modern flavor--it includes numerous real-world applications. Students not only learn the traditional principles of circuit analysis, but also how to utilize matrix methods in their solutions and how the ideas of basic linear circuits apply to the control of a car heater fan, a digital-to-analog converter, a capacitive voltage regulator, a pressure sensor, and more. By providing both principles and applications, the text aids students in the development of rational thinking patterns they will need for solving a broad variety of engineering problems in the future.From the Back Cover:
Key Benefits: Traditional linear circuit analysis is presented with a modern flavor. Numerous real world applications are included. Traditional principles of circuit analysis are presented as well as how to utilize matrix methods in their solutions. Key Topics: Balances emphasis on concepts and calculation. Chapter openers tie real-world devices such as a car heater fan, a digital-to- analog converter, a capacitive voltage regulator, a pressure sensor, and more to the circuits concepts covered in the corresponding chapter. Optional presentation of piecewise linear analysis; diode and transistor amplifier circuits are explained as the first step in approaching non-linear circuits.
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Book Description Prentice Hall College Div, 1995. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0130431346