Fundamentals Of Electrical Circuit Analysis by Abdus SalamFundamentals Of Electrical Circuit Analysis by Abdus Salam

Fundamentals Of Electrical Circuit Analysis

byAbdus Salam, Quazi Mehbubar Rahman

Hardcover | March 27, 2018

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This book is designed as an introductory course for undergraduate students, in Electrical and Electronic, Mechanical, Mechatronics, Chemical and Petroleum engineering, who need fundamental knowledge of electrical circuits. Worked out examples have been presented after discussing each theory. Practice problems have also been included to enrich the learning experience of the students and professionals. PSpice and Multisim software packages have been included for simulation of different electrical circuit parameters. A number of exercise problems have been included in the book to aid faculty members.
Md. Abdus Salam obtained his PhD in Electrical Engineering, in 2000 from the University Teknologi Malaysia. Currently, he is working as a Faculty member in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Engineering at the Universiti Teknologi Brunei, Negara Brunei Darussalam. His research interests include power sy...
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Title:Fundamentals Of Electrical Circuit AnalysisFormat:HardcoverDimensions:463 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:March 27, 2018Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:9811086230

ISBN - 13:9789811086236

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Table of Contents


Chapter 1    Fundamental Electrical Terms

1.1     Introduction
1.2     Charge
1.3    Current
1.4    Direct and Alternating Currents
1.5    Conductors, Semiconductors and Insulators
1.6    Resistance and Conductance
1.7    Voltage
1.8    Voltage and Current Sources
1.9    Active and Passive Elements
1.10    Electric Power and Energy
1.11    Node and Loop
1.12    Measuring Equipment
    1.12.1 Ammeter
    1.12.2    Voltmeter
    1.12.3    Ohmmeter
    1.12.4    Wattmeter
1.13    Efficiency of a System
    Exercise Problems

Chapter 2    Electrical Laws and Simple circuits

2.1     Introduction
2.2     Ohm's Law
2.3    Kirchhoff's Current Law
2.4    Kirchhoff's Voltage Law
2.5    Series Resistors and Voltage Division Rule
2.6    Parallel Resistors and Current Division Rule
2.7    Delta-Wye Transformations
2.8    Wye-Delta Transformation
2.9    Short Circuit and Open Circuit
2.10    Source Conversion Technique
2.11    Wheatstone Bridge
    Exercise Problems

Chapter 3    Different Methods for Circuit Analysis

3.1     Introduction
3.2     Method of Substitution and Cramer's Rule
3.3    Nodal Analysis
3.4    Nodal Analysis with Dependent Source
3.5    Supernode
3.6    Mesh Analysis
3.7    Mesh Analysis with Dependent Source
3.8    Supermesh
    Exercise Problems

Chapter 4    Network Theorems

4.1     Introduction
4.2     Linearity Property
4.3    Superposition Theorem with Independent and Dependent Sources
4.4    Thevenin Theorem with Independent and Dependent Sources
4.5    Norton Theorem with Independent and Dependent Sources
4.6    Maximum Power Transfer Theorem
    Exercise Problems

Chapter 5    Operational Amplifiers

5.1     Introduction
5.2     The Ideal Op Amp
5.3    The Inverting Op Amp
5.4    The Noninverting Op Amp
5.5    Summing Amplifier
5.6    Difference Amplifier
5.7    Integrators and Differentiators
5.8    Interfacing
    Exercise Problems

Chapter 6    Capacitors and Inductors

6.1     Introduction
6.2     Capacitors
6.3    Series and Parallel Capacitors
6.4    Energy Storage in a Capacitor
6.5    Inductors
6.6    Series and Parallel Inductors
6.7    Energy Storage in an Inductor
    Exercise Problems

Chapter 7    Transients

7.1    Introduction
7.2    First Order Differential Equation
7.3    RC Circuit with and without a Source
7.4    RC Circuit with Step Response
7.5    RL Series Circuit with and without a Source
7.6    RL Circuit with Step Response
7.7    Second Order Differential Equation
7.8    RLC Series Circuit with and without a Source
7.9    Step Response of a Series RLC and a Parallel RLS Circuits
Exercise Problems

Chapter 8    Basics of AC Circuits

8.1    Introduction
8.2    Different AC Parameters
8.3    Phasors and j-operator
8.4    AC Circuit with Resistance
8.5    AC Circuit with Inductance
8.6    AC Circuit with Capacitance
8.7    Impedance and Admittance
Exercise Problems

Chapter 9    Analysis of AC Circuits

9.1    Introduction
9.2    Nodal and Mesh Analysis
8.3    Superposition Theorem
8.4    Thevenin and Norton Theorems
8.5    Instantaneous Power
8.6    Average Power and Reactive Power
8.7    Complex Power
8.8    Power Factor
8.9    Power Factor Correction
Exercise Problems

Chapter 10    Three-phase Circuits

10.1    Introduction
10.2    Wye and Delta Connections
10.3    Balanced Wye-Wye Connection
10.4    Balanced Wye-Delta Connection
10.5    Balanced Delta-Wye Connection
10.6    Balanced Delta-Delta Connection
10.7    Power in a Balanced System
10.8    Power Measurement
Exercise Problems

Chapter 11    Frequency Response

11.1    Introduction
11.2    Transfer Function
11.3    Series Resonance
11.4    Parallel Resonance
11.5    Different Filters
11.6    Bode Plots
Exercise Problems

Chapter 12    Semiconductor Diodes and Bipolar Junction Transistors

12.1    Introduction
12.2    Diode
12.3    Load-Line Analysis of Diode Circuits
12.4    Rectifier Circuits
12.5    Transistor
12.6    Load-Line Analysis of Transistor Circuits
12.7    Biasing of Transistor
12.8    Small-Signal and Large-Signal Analysis of Transistor Circuits
Exercise Problems

Chapter 13    Digital Electronics

13.1    Introduction
13.2    Number Systems
13.3    Binary Arithmetic
13.4    Basic Logic Gates
13.5    De Morgan's Law
13.6    Boolean Algebra
Exercise Problems