Introductory electric circuits : convention flow version

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Résumé d'Introductory electric circuits : convention flow version

Intended for DC/AC Circuits course. This unusually in-depth text on the fundamentals of electronic technology hones in on core 'choice' topics to ensure a solid foundation for growth, and incorporates a system of useful and effective learning aids that have proven extremely successful in Paynter's popular Introduction to Electronic Devices and Circuits, 4/e. Focusing on maintaining student interest and promoting understanding at all times, it features a functional, four-colour design, and comes with a well-designed Electronic Workbench Application Problems disk for additional practice.

Sommaire d'Introductory electric circuits : convention flow version

(NOTE: Each chapter concludes with a Summary List, Key Terms, Practice Problems, and Answers to the Example Practice Problems)

1. Introduction
2. Principles of Electricity
3. DC Circuit Components
4. Circuit Fundamentals
5. Series Circuits
6. Parallel Circuits
7. Series-Parallel Circuits
8. Circuit Analysis: Theorems and Conversions
9. Complex Analysis Techniques
10. An Introduction to Magnetism
11. AC Characteristics
12. Polar and Rectangular Notation
13. Inductors
14. Resistive-Inductive (RL) Circuits
15. Transformers
16. Capacitors
17. Resistive-Capacitive (RC) Circuits
18. RLC Circuits
19. Frequency Response &, Passive Filters
Appendix A. Conversions and Units
Appendix B. Component Standard Values and Color Codes
Appendix C. Common Schematic Symbols
Appendix D. Glossary
Appendix E. Selected Equation Derivations
Appendix F. Admittance Analysis of Parallel RL and RC Circuits
Appendix G. Answers to Selected Odd-Numbered Problems
Index

Commentaire d'Introductory electric circuits : convention flow version

  • Gives more coverage to the topical areas that most college programs actually use, providing a more streamlined, but more substantial introduction to electric circuits.
  • Models the texts framework from the authors popular devices book, with a fully-integrated, effective system of learning tools that include:
  • Performance-based objectives provide a handy overview of the chapter organization and a road-map to student learning.
  • Objective identifiers in the margins cross-reference the objectives with the chapter material, helping students to quickly locate the material that enables them to fulfill a given objective.
  • Margin notes include a running glossary of new terms, notes that highlight the differences between theory and practice, and brief reminders of p