Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis – J. David Irwin, Robert M. Nelms – 11th Edition

Description

Learning to analyze electric is like learning to play a musical instrument. Most people take music lessons as a starting point. Then, they become proficient through practice, practice, and more practice. Lessons on circuit are provided by your instructor and this textbook. Proficiency in circuit analysis can only be obtained through practice. Take advantage of the many opportunities throughout this to practice, practice, and practice. In the end, you’ll be thankful you did.

Circuit is not only fundamental to the entire breadth of electrical and engineering—the concepts studied here extend far beyond those boundaries. For this reason, it remains the starting point for many future engineers who wish to work in this field. Basic Engineering Circuit has long been regarded as the most dependable textbook. Irwin and Nelms has long been known for providing the best supported learning for otherwise intimidated by the subject matter.

In this new 11th edition, Irwin and Nelms continue to develop the most complete set of pedagogical available and thus provide the highest level of support for students entering into this subject. Irwin and Nelms trademark -centered learning design focuses on helping students complete the connection between theory and practice. Key concepts are explained clearly and illustrated by detailed worked examples. These are then followed by Learning Assessments, which allow students to work similar problems and check their results against the answers provided.

View more
  • Title Page
    Copyright Page
    Brief Contents
    Contents
    Preface

    Chapter One: Basic Concepts
    1.1 System of Units
    1.2 Basic Quantities
    1.3 Circuit Elements
    Summary
    Problems

    Chapter Two: Resistive Circuits
    2.1 Ohm's Law
    2.2 Kirchhoff's Laws
    2.3 Single-Loop Circuits
    2.4 Single-Node-Pair Circuits
    2.5 Series and Parallel Resistor Combinations
    2.6 Wye ⇌ Delta Transformations
    2.7 Circuits with Dependent Sources
    Summary
    Problems

    Chapter Three: Nodal and Loop Analysis Techniques
    3.1 Nodal Analysis
    3.2 Loop Analysis
    Summary
    Problems

    Chapter Four: Operational Amplifiers
    4.1 Introduction
    4.2 Op-Amp Models
    4.3 Fundamental Op-Amp Circuits
    Summary
    Problems

    Chapter Five: Additional Analysis Techniques
    5.1 Introduction
    5.2 Superposition
    5.3 Thévenin's and Norton's Theorems
    5.4 Maximum Power Transfer
    Summary
    Problems

    Chapter Six: Capacitance and Inductance
    6.1 Capacitors
    6.2 Inductors
    6.3 Capacitor and Inductor Combinations
    Summary
    Problems

    Chapter Seven: First- and Second-Order Transient Circuits
    7.1 Introduction
    7.2 First-Order Circuits
    7.3 Second-Order Circuits
    Summary
    Problems

    Chapter Eight: AC Steady-State Analysis
    8.1 Sinusoids
    8.2 Sinusoidal and Complex Forcing Functions
    8.3 Phasors
    8.4 Phasor Relationships for Circuit Elements
    8.5 Impedance and Admittance
    8.6 Phasor Diagrams
    8.7 Basic Analysis Using Kirchhoff's Laws
    8.8 Analysis Techniques
    Summary
    Problems

    Chapter Nine: Steady-State Power Analysis
    9.1 Instantaneous Power
    9.2 Average Power
    9.3 Maximum Average Power Transfer
    9.4 Effective or rms Values
    9.5 The Power Factor
    9.6 Complex Power
    9.7 Power Factor Correction
    9.8 Single-Phase Three-Wire Circuits
    9.9 Safety Considerations
    Summary
    Problems

    Chapter Ten: Magnetically Coupled Networks
    10.1 Mutual Inductance
    10.2 Energy Analysis
    10.3 The Ideal Transformer
    10.4 Safety Considerations
    Summary
    Problems

    Chapter Eleven: Polyphase Circuits
    11.1 Three-Phase Circuits
    11.2 Three-Phase Connections
    11.3 Source/Load Connections
    11.4 Power Relationships
    11.5 Power Factor Correction
    Summary
    Problems

    Chapter Twelve: Variable-Frequency Network Performance
    12.1 Variable Frequency-Response Analysis
    12.2 Sinusoidal Frequency Analysis
    12.3 Resonant Circuits
    12.4 Scaling
    12.5 Filter Networks
    Summary
    Problems

    Chapter Thirteen: The Laplace Transform
    13.1 Definition
    13.2 Two Important Singularity Functions
    13.3 Transform Pairs
    13.4 Properties of the Transform
    13.5 Performing the Inverse Transform
    13.6 Convolution Integral
    13.7 Initial-Value and Final-Value Theorems
    13.8 Solving Differential Equations with Laplace Transforms
    Summary
    Problems

    Chapter Fourteen: Application of the Laplace Transform to Circuit Analysis
    14.1 Laplace Circuit Solutions
    14.2 Circuit Element Models
    14.3 Analysis Techniques
    14.4 Transfer Function
    14.5 Steady-State Response
    Summary
    Problems

    Chapter Fifteen: Fourier Analysis Techniques
    15.1 Fourier Series
    15.2 Fourier Transform
    Summary
    Problems

    Appendix: Complex Numbers
    Index
    EULA
  • Citation

Leave us a comment2 Comments


guest
2 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
hix.q
25/01/2022 8:19 am
Review this book: :
     

can you add the manual solution of this book

2
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x