Introductory Circuit Analysis / Edition 10by Robert L. Boylestad
Pub. Date: 03/04/2002
Publisher: Prentice Hall
THE most widely acclaimed introduction to circuit analysis for more than three decades. Features exceptionally clear explanations and descriptions, step-by-step examples, more than 50 practical applications, over 2000 easy-to-challenging practice problems, and comprehensive coverage of essentials. PSpice, OrCAd version 9.2 Lite Edition, Multisims 2001 version of Electronics Workbench, and MathCad software references and examples are used throughout. Computer programs (C++, BASIC and PSpice) are printed in color, as they run, at the point in the book where they are discussed. Current and Voltage. Resistance. Ohm's Law, Power, and Energy. Series Circuits. Parallel Circuits. Series-Parallel Networks. Methods of Analysis & Selected Topics. Network Theorems. Capacitors. Magnetic Circuits. Inductors. Sinusodial Alternating Waveforms. The Basic Elements and Phasors. Series and Parallel ac Circuits. Series-Parallel ac Networks. Methods of Analysis and Related Topics. Network Theorems (ac). Power (ac). Resonance. Transformers. Polyphase Systems. Decibels, Filters, and Bode Points. Pulse Waveforms and the R-C Response. Nonsinusodial Circuits. System Analysis: An Introduction. For those working in electronic technology.
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Table of Contents
2. Current and Voltage.
4. Ohm's Law, Power, and Energy.
5. Series Circuits.
6. Parallel Circuits.
7. Series-Parallel Networks.
8. Methods of Analysis & Selected Topics (dc).
9. Network Theorems.
11. Magnetic Circuits.
13. Sinusodial Alternating Waveforms.
14. The Basic Elements and Phasors.
15. Series and Parallel ac Circuits.
16. Series-Parallel ac Networks.
17. Methods of Analysis and Related Topics (ac).
18. Network Theorems (ac).
19. Power (ac).
22. Polyphase Systems.
23. Decibels, Filters, and Bode Points.
24. Pulse Waveforms and the R-C Response.
25. Nonsinusodial Circuits.
26. System Analysis: An Introduction.
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I own the Fifth Edition of this book from when I attended New York Institute of Technology. It is the required text for basic electronics courses at the institution. Years later I had the chance to compare the new edition to the earlier edition I own.I found that many of the changes made to the latter are of great merit. More descriptive figures with color added really brings the subject matter out like a 3D movie. This is still a great book to learn from to, and own. It has truly helped me as a field technician,as an assistant to systems engineers, and as an avid practitioner of electronics education.