Linear Circuit Analysis: Time Domain and Phasor Approach – Raymond A. DeCarlo, Pen-Min Lin – 2nd Edition

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Diseñado para un curso introductorio de circuitos eléctricos, la segunda edición de Análisis de Circuito lineal proporciona una cobertura sin embargo, muy accesible con autoridad y en profundidad de los temas tradicionales de análisis de circuitos lineales – ambos conceptos y la computación.
Esta segunda edición representa una revisión exhaustiva, que incluye: la integración completa y un amplio uso de MATLAB ® para resolver los problemas y ejemplos de uso frecuente de especias, sobre todo en circuitos AMP OP veinte por ciento más ejemplos y numerosas ilustraciones adicionales Aproximadamente tres veces más ejercicios inmediatamente después de la ejemplos más de 1.000 al final del capítulo los problemas (aproximadamente un 25% más que en la primera edición, clasificados y calificados de lo simple a lo más complejo, esta edición incluye muchos de los problemas básicos de los nuevos) Excelentes elementos pedagógicos, incluyendo estudios de casos, la motivación del mundo real las ilustraciones, y los términos y conceptos clave.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Introduction and Basic Concepts
1. Role and importance of circuits in engineering
2. Fields, load and current
Fields
Load
Current
3. Voltage
4. Conversion of energy in an electric circuit
5. Relations between Voltage, Current, Power and Energy
Energy and Energy for Direct and Current Voltages
Non-CC energy and energy calculations
6. Ideal sources of voltage and current
7. Resistance, Law of Ohm and Power (a Repetition)
8. Additional Concepts: Features, Memoryless, Model and Lumped
VI Characteristics of constant voltage and current sources
No-memory device
Model Notion
Frequency, wavelength and the notion of a circuit element
Summary
Terms and Concepts
problems
Chapter 2. Kirchhoff Current and Voltage Laws and Series-Parallel Resistive Circuits
1. Introduction
2. Terminology: Parallel, Series, Node, Branch, and so on
3. The Current Law of Kirchhoff
4. Kirchhoff's Law of Voltage
5. Equivalent Resistance, Series Resistors and Voltage Division
6. Parallel Resistors and Current Division
7. Series-Parallel Interconnections
8. Revised dependent sources
9. Model for a noisy battery and battery capacity
10. Nonideal Fonts
Summary
Terms and Concepts
problems
Chapter 3. Nodal and Loop Analysis
1. Introduction, Review and Terminology
2. Concepts of nodal and loop analysis
3. Nodal analysis I: Ground voltage sources
4. Nodal Analysis II: Floating Voltage Sources
5. Loop Analysis
6. Modified Nodal Analysis
7. Some Theoretical Foundations
Planar and Non-Planar Circuit Graphics
Nets and loops for non-planar circuits
Number of independent KCL and KVL equations
Chapter 4. The Operational Amplifier
1. Introduction
2. The Ideal Operational Amplifier
3. Design of general amplifiers
Design Options for the Overall Summary Circuit
Derivation of the Op Amp I / O characteristic
4. Saturation and the Active Region of Op Amp
5. Op Amp circuit for digital to analog conversion
Conversion elements A / D and D / A
Binary-weighted Summing circuit
Summary
Terms and Concepts
problems
Chapter 5. Linearity, superposition, and source transformations
1. Introduction
2. Linearity
3. Overlap and proportionality
4. Source Transformations
5. Modified overlay analysis
Summary
Terms and Concepts
problems
Chapter 6. Thevenin, Norton and Maximum Power Transfer Theorems
1. Introduction
2. Thevenin and Norton Equivalent Circuits for Passive Networks
3. Thevenin and Norton Equivalent Circuits for Active Networks
4. Thevenin and Norton Equivalent Circuits for Op Amp Circuits
5. Thevenin and Norton Equivalent Circuits from Measured Data
6. Theoretical Considerations: Pathological Cases and Tests
7. Maximum Power Transfer Theorem
Summary
Terms and Concepts
problems
Chapter 7. Inductors, Capacitors and Duality
1. Introduction
2. The inductor
Some Physicals
Definition and basic examples
3. The condenser
Definitions and Properties,
Relation of the load with the voltage and current of the capacitor
Principle of conservation of cargo
Storage of energy in a condenser
Capacitance and Dielectrics
4. Inductors and capacitors in series and in parallel
Inductors in series
Inductors in parallel
Combinations of series-parallel inductors
Condensers in series
Capacitors in parallel
Combinations of series-parallel capacitors
5. Softening property of a capacitor in a power supply
6. The principle of duality
Basic Ratio of Dual Circuits
Constructing the Dual N * of a Planar N Circuit
Summary

Terms and Concepts
problems
Chapter 8. First order RL and RC circuits
1. Introduction
2. Some Mathematical Preliminaries
3. Response without source or zero input
4. Response in CC or step of first order circuits
5. Overlapping and linearity
6. Response Ratings
7. Other Points of Analysis and Theory
8. First Order RC Op Am Circuits
Summary
Terms and Concepts
problems
Chapter 9. Second Order Linear Circuits
1. Introduction
2. Discharge of a capacitor through an inductor
3. Source-free second-order linear networks
Development of differential equation models for parallel and serial RLC circuits
Solution of the General Model of Differential Equation of Second Order
Calculation of the response of parallel and serial RLC circuits
Application to selected circuits of second order
4. Second Order Linear Networks with Constant Inputs
5. Formulation of a unique second-order differential equation
Writing the state equations
Reduction of state equations to a single second-order differential equation
6. Application of the oscillator
Summary
Finished

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