Principles and Applications of Electrical Engineering, 7th Edition
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Principles and Applications of Electrical Engineering provides an overview of the electrical engineering discipline specifically geared toward non-electrical engineering students. The hallmark feature of the text is its use of practical applications to illustrate important principles. The applications come from every field of engineering and feature exciting technologies. The principal objective of the book is to present the principles of electrical, electronic, and electromechanical engineering to an audience of engineering majors enrolled in introductory and more advanced or specialized electrical engineering courses. A second objective is to present these principles with a focus on important results and common yet effective analytical and computational tools to solve practical problems. Finally, a third objective of the book is to illustrate, by way of concrete, fully worked examples, a number of relevant applications of electrical engineering. These examples are drawn from the authors’ industrial research experience and from ideas contributed by practicing engineers and industrial partners.
Chapter 2 Equivalent Networks
Chapter 3 AC Network Analysis
Chapter 4 Transient Analysis
Chapter 5 Frequency Response and System Concepts
Chapter 6 Operational Amplifiers
Chapter 7 Electronic Instrumentation and Measurements
Chapter 8 Semiconductors and Diodes
Chapter 9 Bipolar Junction Transistors: Operation, Circuit Models, and Applications
Chapter 10 Field-Effect Transistors: Operation, Circuit Models, and Applications
Chapter 11 Digital Logic Circuits
Chapter 12 Digital Systems
Chapter 13 Electric Power Systems
Chapter 14 Principles of Electromechanics
Chapter 15 Electric Machines
Chapter 16 Special-Purpose Electric Machines (Online Chapter)
Chapter 17 Power Electronics (Online Chapter)
Chapter 18 Analog Communication Systems (Online Chapter)
Chapter 19 Digital Communications (Online Chapter)
Appendix A Linear Algebra and Complex Numbers
Appendix B The Laplace Transform
Appendix C Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Examination
Appendix D ASCII Character Code
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