PSpice for Linear Circuits (uses PSpice version 15.7) by James A. SvobodaPSpice for Linear Circuits (uses PSpice version 15.7) by James A. Svoboda

PSpice for Linear Circuits (uses PSpice version 15.7)

byJames A. Svoboda

Paperback | June 29, 2007

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PSpice and Orcad Capture are computer programs that simulate electric circuits. PSpice for Linear Circuits provides an introduction to these programs and describes ways in which they can be profitably used in an introductory course on electric circuits. This manual is written specifically for beginnig electric circuits students, and gives step-by-step instructions for using PSpice and Orcad Capture to analyze ac and dc circuits, circuits in the time domain to determine the complete response, and circuits in the frequency domain to determine the frequency response.
Title:PSpice for Linear Circuits (uses PSpice version 15.7)Format:PaperbackDimensions:154 pages, 9.2 × 7.5 × 0.92 inPublished:June 29, 2007Publisher:WileyLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0471781460

ISBN - 13:9780471781462

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Table of Contents

1. Getting Started with PSpice.

.1 Using PSpice.

1.2 PSpice Notation.

1.3 Summary.

2. Analysis of DC Circuits.

2.1 DC Circuits Containing Dependent Sources.

2.2 Mesh and Node Equations.

2.3 Comparing DC Circuits.

2.4 Thevenin Equivalent Circuits.

2.5 Capacitors and Inductors in DC Circuits.

2.6 Summary.

3. Variable DC Circuits.

3.1 DC Sweep.

3.2 Global Parameters.

3.3 Summary.

4. Time Domain Analysis.

4.1 The Response of a RC Circuit to a Pulse Input.

4.2 Switches.

4.3 Piecewise Linear Inputs.

4.4 AC Circuits in the Time Domain.

4.5 Summary.

5. Analysis of AC Circuits.

5.1 Analysis AC Circuits.

5.2 Coupled Coils.

5.3 Ideal Transformers.

5.4 Summary.

6. Frequency Response.

6.1 Frequency Response Plots,

6.2 Summary.

7. Fourier Series