Electrical and Electronic: Principles and Technology – Jhon Bird – 3rd Edition

Description

In this John Bird introduces electrical principles and through examples rather than theory – enabling to develop a understanding of the principles needed by technicians in such as electrical engineering, electronics and telecommunications. No previous background in engineering is assumed, making this an ideal text for vocational courses at Level 2 and 3, foundation degree and introductory courses for undergraduates.

The book presents a logical topic progression rather than following the structure of a particular syllabus. However, the coverage of this new edition has been brought fully in line with the electrical and electronics units of the 2007 BTEC National specification. It is also designed to cover the requirements of the BTEC First specifications.

New material in this third edition includes brand new chapters on semiconductor diodes and transistors as well as added sections on batteries, fuel cells and alternative and renewable energies, relative and absolute voltages, self and mutual inductance, and virtual test and measuring instruments.

Table of Contents



Preface

1 Units associated with basic electrical quantities
2 An introduction to electric circuits
3 Resistance variation
4 Batteries and alternative spruces of energy
5 Series and parallel networks
6 capacitors and capacitance
7 Magnetic circuits
8 Electromagnetism
9 Electromagnetic inductions
10 electrical measuring instruments and measurements
11 Semiconductor diodes
12 Transistors
13 D.C. circuit theory
14 Alternating voltages and currents
15 Single-phase series a,c circuits
16 Single-phase parallel a.c circuits
17 Filter networks
18 D, C transients
19 Operational amplifiers
20 Three-phase systems
21 Transformers
22 D.C machines
23 Three-phase induction motors

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