Introduction to Electrical Engineering: Book and CD-ROM

Hardcover | October 15, 2000

byMulukutla S. Sarma

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Comprehensive, up-to-date, and problem-oriented, Introduction to Electrical Engineering is ideal for courses that introduce nonelectrical engineering majors to the language and principles of electrical engineering. It can also be used in undergraduate survey courses taken by electricalengineering majors. Covering a uniquely broad range of topics, this text discusses the underlying concepts and methods behind various electrical engineering applications--from consumer gadgets and biomedical electronics to sophisticated instrumentation systems, computers, and electric machinery.Sarma highlights basic physical concepts while also emphasizing mathematical techniques, motivating students to learn the material in a logical sequence beginning with physical principles and extending to processes, modeling, using analytical techniques, and finally, designing. Features * Incorporates practical and open-ended case studies at the end of each chapter * Includes over 1,000 end-of-chapter problems, a wealth of examples, and over 1,500 illustrations * Offers comprehensive chapters on signal processing, control systems, and communication systems * Provides integrated coverage of MATLABRG and SPICE * Adopts a modern focus on design and teamwork * Contains complete solutions to 20% of the end-of-chapter problems on http://www.mssarma.org * Includes helpful appendices on the FE examination; mathematical relations; solution of simultaneous equations; complex numbers; Fourier series; Laplace transforms; and more A Complete Support Package * A Solutions Manual by M. S. Sarma contains complete solutions for all problems. (0-19-514260-8) * A CD-ROM containing Microsoft PowerPointRG Overheads provides over 350 text figures and captions formatted for classroom presentation. (0-19-514472-4) * A website, mssarma.org, includes interesting web links, enhancement materials, errata, and more. These additional items extend the introduction to selected topics or provide additional practice: * Circuits: Allan's Circuits Problems by Allan Kraus (0-19-514248-9) * Electronics: KC's Problems and Solutions to Accompany Microelectronic Circuits, Fourth Edition, by K.C. Smith (0-19-511771-9) * SPICE: SPICE, Second Edition, by Gordon Roberts and Adel Sedra (0-19-510842-6) * MATLAB: Getting Started with MATLAB by Rudra Pratap (0-19-515014-7)

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Comprehensive, up-to-date, and problem-oriented, Introduction to Electrical Engineering is ideal for courses that introduce nonelectrical engineering majors to the language and principles of electrical engineering. It can also be used in undergraduate survey courses taken by electricalengineering majors. Covering a uniquely broad range...

Mulukutla S. Sarma, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Northeastern University, Boston.

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Format:HardcoverPublished:October 15, 2000Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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List of Case Studies and Computer-Aided AnalysisPrefaceOverviewPART 1: ELECTRIC CIRCUITS1. Circuit Concepts1.1. Electrical Quantities1.2. Lumped-Circuit Elements1.3. Kirchhoff's Laws1.4. Meters and Measurements1.5. Analogy between Electrical and Other Nonelectric Physical Systems1.6. Learning Objectives1.7. Practical Application: A Case Study--Resistance Strain Gauge2. Circuit Analysis Techniques2.1. Thevenin and Norton Equivalent Circuits2.2. Node-Voltage and Mesh-Current Analyses2.3. Superposition and Linearity2.4. Wye-Delta Transformation2.5. Computer-Aided Circuit Analysis: SPICE2.6. Computer-Aided Circuit Analysis: MATLAB2.7. Learning Objectives2.8. Practical Application: A Case Study--Jump Starting a Car3. Time-Dependent Circuit Analysis3.1. Sinusoidal Steady-State Phasor Analysis3.2. Transients in Circuits3.3. Laplace Transform3.4. Frequency Response3.5. Computer-Aided Circuit Simulation for Transient Analysis, AC Analysis, and Frequency Response Using PSpice and PROBE3.6. Use of MATLAB in Computer-Aided Circuit Simulation3.8. Practical Application: A Case Study--Automotive Ignition System4. Three-Phase Circuits and Residential Wiring4.1. Three-Phase Source Voltages and Phase Sequence4.2. Balanced Three-Phase Loads4.3. Measurement of Power4.4. Residential Wiring and Safety Considerations4.5. Learning Objectives4.6. Practical Application: A Case Study--Physiological Effects of Current and Electrical SafetyPART 2: ELECTRONIC ANALOG AND DIGITAL SYSTEMS5. Analog Building Blocks and Operational Amplifiers5.1. The Amplifier Block5.2. Ideal Operational Amplifier5.3. Practical Properties of Operational Amplifiers5.4. Applications of Operational Amplifiers5.5. Learning Objectives5.6. Practical Application: A Case Study--Automotive Power-Assisted Steering System6. Digital Building Blocks and Computer Systems6.1. Digital Building Blocks6.2. Digital System Components6.3. Computer Systems6.4. Computer Networks6.5. Learning Objectives6.6. Practical Application: A Case Study--Microcomputer-Controlled Breadmaking Machine7. Semiconductor Devices7.1. Semiconductors7.2. Diodes7.3. Bipolar Junction Transitors7.4. Field-Effect Transistors7.5. Integrated Circuits7.6. Learning Objectives7.7. Practical Application: A Case Study--Electronic Photo Flash8. Transistor Amplifiers8.1. Biasing the BJT8.2. Biasing the FET8.3. BJT Amplifiers8.4. FET Amplifiers8.5. Frequency Response of Amplifiers8.6. Learning Objectives8.7. Practical Application: A Case Study--Mechatronics: Electronics Integrated with Mechanical Systems9. Digital Circuits9.1. Transistor Switches9.2. DTL and TTL Logic Circuits9.3. CMOS and Other Logic Families9.4. Learning Objectives9.5. Practical Application: A Case Study--Cardiac Pacemaker, a Biomedical Engineering ApplicationPART 3: ENERGY SYSTEMS10. AC Power Systems10.1. Introduction to Power Systems10.2. Single- and Three-Phase Systems10.3. Power Transmission and Distribution10.4. Learning Objectives10.5. Practical Application: A Case Study--The Great Blackout of 196511. Magnetic Circuits and Transformers11.1. Magnetic Materials11.2. Magnetic Circuits11.3. Transformer Equivalent Circuits11.4. Transformer Performance11.5. Three-Phase Transformers11.6. Autotransformes11.7. Learning Objectives11.8. Practical Application: A Case Study--Magnetic Bearings for Space Technology12. Electromechanics12.1. Basic Principles of Electromechanical Energy Conversion12.2. EMF Produced by Windings12.3. Rotating Magnetic Fields12.4. Forces and Torques in Magnetic-Field Systems12.5. Basic Aspects of Electromechanical Energy Converters12.6. Learning Objectives12.7. Practical Application: A Case Study--Sensors or Transducers13. Rotating Machines13.1. Elementary Concepts of Rotating Machines13.2. Induction Machines13.3. Synchronous Machines13.4. Direct-Current Machines13.5. Learning Objectives13.6. Practical Application: A Case Study--Wind-Energy-Conversion SystemsPART 4: INFORMATION SYSTEMS14. Signal Processing14.1. Signals and Spectral Analysis14.2. Modulation, Sampling, and Multiplexing14.3. Interference and Noise14.4. Learning Objectives14.5. Practical Application: A Case Study--Antinoise Systems, Noise Cancellation15. Communication Systems15.1. Waves, Transmission Lines, Waveguides, and Antenna Fundamentals15.2. Analog Communication Systems15.3. Digital Communication Systems15.4. Learning Objectives15.5. Practical Application: A Case Study--Global Positioning SystemsPART 5: CONTROL SYSTEMS16. Basic Control Systems16.1. Power Semiconductor-Controlled Drives16.2. Feedback Control Systems16.3. Digital Control Systems16.4. Learning Objectives16.5. Practical Application: A Case Study--Digital Process Control (Each chapter ends with a Problems section)AppendicesA. ReferencesB. Brief Review of Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) ExaminationC. Technical Terms, Units, Constants, and Conversion Factors for the SI SystemD. Mathematical RelationsE. Solution of Simultaneous EquationsF. Complex NumbersG. Fourier SeriesH. Laplace TransformsIndex