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Master electrical engineering and ace your exams with this easy-to-follow guide that pumps up your problem-solving skills and reduces the time you need to spend studying!
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Basic Electrical Engineering lets you focus on the problems that are the core of electrical engineering. This guide takes you straight to the heart of EE. It simplifies your life and cuts your study time by eliminating the extraneous material you don't really need to know that clutters up so many textbooks.
As you study along at your own pace, this study guide shows you step by step how to solve the kind of problems you're going to find on your exams. It gives you hundreds of completely worked problems with full solutions on the information that you really need to know. Hundreds of additional problems let you test your skills, then check the answers. So if you want to get a firm handle on electrical engineering—whether to ace your course or to build a solid basis for future study—there's no better tool than Schaum's.
Schaum's is the premier college course outline—the one that's been trusted by generations of students—the one that's sold over 30 million copies! This guide can be used as a supplement, to reinforce and strengthen the work you do with your class text. (It works well with any electrical engineering textbook). But it is so comprehensive that it can even be used alone as a complete electrical engineering independent study course!
Circuits elements and LawsAnalysis of Resistive CircuitsAC Circuits Under Steady-StateTransient Circuit AnalysisSpecial Forcing Functions and Laplace TransformsState-Variable Circuit AnalysisDiodesBipolar Junction TransistorsField-Effect TransistorsOperational AmplifiersSwitching Logic ApplicationsDigital Logic ApplicationTransformersElectromechanics and Electric MachinesConcepts of ControlTransfer FunctionsBlock Diagrams and Signal Flow GraphsControl Criteria and Response