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ELECTRICITY: PRINCIPLES and APPLICATIONS 7/e

1.) Basic Concepts

1-1 Work and Energy

1-2 Unit of Energy

1-3 Energy Conversion

1-4 Efficiency

1-5 Structure of Matter

1-6 Electric Charge

1-7 Valence Electrons

1-8 Free Electrons

1-9 Ions

1-10 Static Charge and Static Electricity

1-11 Static Discharge

1-12 Uses of Static Electricity

2.) Electrical Quantities and Units

2-1 Charge

2-2 Unit of Charge

2-3 Current and Current Carriers

2-4 Current in Solids

2-5 Current in Liquids and Gases

2-6 Current in a Vacuum

2-7 Unit of Current—The Ampere

2-8 Voltage

2-9 Unit of Voltage—The Volt

2-10 Polarity

2-11 Sources of Voltage

2-12 Resistance

2-13 Conductors

2-14 Insulators

2-15 Semiconductors

2-16 Unit of Resistance—The Ohm

2-17 Temperature Coefficient

2-18 Resistivity

2-19 Resistors

2-20 Power and Energy

2-21 Unit of Power

2-22 Efficiency

2-23 Powers of 10

2-24 Multiple and Submultiple Units

2-25 Special Units and Conversions

3.) Basic Circuits, Laws, and Measurements >h4>3-1 Circuit Essentials

3-2 Circuit Symbols and Diagrams

3-3 Calculating Electrical Quantities

3-4 Measuring Electrical Quantities

4.) Circuit Components

4-1 Batteries and Cells

4-2 Lead-Acid Cells

4-3 Nickel-Cadmium Cells

4-4 Carbon-Zinc and Zinc Chloride Cells

4-5 Alkaline-Manganese Dioxide Cells

4-6 Mercuric Oxide Cells

4-7 Silver Oxide Cells

4-8 Lithium Cells >h4>4-9 Miniature Lamps and LEDs

4-10 Resistors

4-11 Switches

4-12 Wires and Cables

4-13 Fuses and Circuit Breakers

4-14 Other Components

5.) Multiple-Load Circuits

5-1 Subscripts

5-2 Power in Multiple-Load Circuits

5-3 Series Circuits

5-4 Maximum Power Transfer

5-5 Parallel Circuits

5-6 Conductance

5-7 Series-Parallel Circuits

5-8 Voltage Dividers and Regulators

6.) Complex-Circuit Analysis

6-1 Simultaneous Equations

6-2 Loop-Equations Technique

6-3 Node Voltage Technique

6-4 Superposition Theorem

6-5 Voltage Sources

6-6 Thevenin’s Theorem

6-7 Current Source

6-8 Norton’s Theorem

6-9 Comparison of Techniques

7.) Magnetism and Electromagnetism

7-1 Magnetism and Magnets

7-2 Magnetic Fields, Flux, and Poles

7-3 Electromagnetism

7-4 Magnetic Materials

7-5 Magnetizing Magnetic Materials

7-6 Magnetomotive Force

7-7 Saturation

7-8 Demagnetizing

7-9 Residual Magnetism

7-10 Reluctance

7-11 Magnetic Shields

7-12 Induced Voltage

7-13 Magnetic Quantities and Units

7-14 Electromagnets

7-15 DC Motors

7-16 Solenoids

7-17 Relays

7-18 Hall-Effect Devices

8.) Alternating Current and Voltage

8-1 AC Terminology

8-2 Waveforms

8-3 Types of AC Waveforms

8-4 Quantifying Alternating Current

8-5 The Sine Wave

8-6 AC Generator

8-7 Advantages of Alternating Current

8-8 Three-Phase Alternating Current

9.) Power in AC Circuits

9-1 Power in Resistive AC Circuits

9-2 Power in Out-Of-Phase Circuits

9-3 True Power and Apparent Power

9-4 Power Factor

10.) Capacitance

10-1 Terminology

10-2 Basic Capacitor Action

10-3 Voltage Rating

10-4 Unit of Capacitance

10-5 Determining Capacitance

10-6 Types of Capacitors

10-7 Schematic Symbols

10-8 Capacitors in DC Circuits

10-9 Capacitors in AC Circuits

10-10 Capacitors in Series

10-11 Capacitors in Parallel

10-12 Detecting Faulty Capacitors

10-13 Undesired, or Stray, Capacitance

10-14 Capacitor Specifications

10-15 Uses of Capacitors

11.) Inductance

11-1 Characteristics of Inductance

11-2 Unit of Inductance—The Henry

11-3 Factors of Determining Inductance

11-4 Types of Inductors

11-5 Ratings of Inductors

11-6 Inductors in DC Circuits

11-7 Ideal Inductors in AC Circuits

11-8 Real Inductors in AC Circuits

11-9 Inductors in Parallel

11-10 Inductors in Series

11-11 Time Constants for Inductors

11-12 Preventing Mutual Inductance

11-13 Undesired Inductance

12.) Transformers

12-1 Transformer Fundamentals

12-2 Efficiency of Transformers

12-3 Loaded and Unloaded Transformers

12-4 Transformer Cores

12-5 Types of Transformers

12-6 Impedance Matching

12-7 Transformer Ratings

12-8 Series and Parallel Windings

12-9 Off-Center-Tapped Windings

12-10 Three-Phase Transformers

13.) R, C, and L Circuits

13-1 Impedance

13-2 Adding Phasors

13-3 Solving RC Circuits

13-4 Solving RL Circuits

13-5 Solving RCL Circuits

13-6 Resonance

13-7 Filters

14.) Electric Motors

14-1 Motor Classifications

14-2 Motor Ratings

14-3 Motor Enclosures

14-4 Squirrel-Cage Induction Motors

14-5 Synchronous Motors

14-6 Other Types of Motors

15.) Instruments and Measurements

15-1 Digital Multimeter

15-2 Meter Movements

15-3 Analog Ammeters 15-4 Analog Voltmeters

15-5 Meter Loading

15-6 Analog Ohmmeters

15-7 Insulation Testers

15-8 Wheatstone Bridge

15-9 Wattmeters

15-10 Frequency Meters

15-11 Measuring Impedance

15-12 Measuring Inductance and Capacitance

16.) Residential Wiring Concepts

16-1 Electrical Codes

16-2 Power Distribution

16-3 Service Entrance

16-4 Cables and Conductors

16-5 240-V

ranch Circuits

16-6 120-V Branch Circuits

16-7 Switched-Receptacle Outlet

16-8 Multiple Switching

16-9 Lighted-Handle Switches

16-10 Circuit Interrupters

16-11 Feeder Circuits

16-12 Low-Voltage Control Circuits

16-13 Electronic Control Circuits

Glossary of Terms and Symbols

Appendix A Common Tools

Appendix B Soldering and the Soldering Process

Appendix C Formulas and Conversions

Appendix D Cooper Wire Table

Appendix E Resistivity of Metals and Alloys

Appendix F Temperature Coefficients of Resistance

Appendix G Trigonometric Functions

Appendix H Capacitor Codes and Color Codes

Appendix I The Oscilloscope

Appendix J Basics of Cramer’s Rule

Index