Introductory Circuit Analysis – Robert Boylestad – 11th Edition

The new edition of ebook by L. Boylestad provides understandable presentation of analysis to the introductory level students.

It provides the basics and solid foundation in engineering circuit analysis; an introduction to the fundamentals of circuits and circuit theory. Features include step-by-step examples with clear explanations and descriptions, more than 50 practical applications and challenging practice .

Different Circuit analysis or simulation software such as PSpice, Multisims 2001 version of Electronics Workbench, OrCAd version 9.2 Lite Edition and MathCad software have been used in this introductory book as references and examples. Computer programs such as C++ and Basic are printed in color when they run by the circuit simulation software.

Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Current and Voltage
Chapter 3 Resistance
Chapter 4 Ohm’s Law, Power, and Energy
Chapter 5 Series Circuits
Chapter 6 Parallel Circuits
Chapter 7 Series-Parallel Networks
Chapter 8 Methods of Analysis and Selected Topics (dc)
Chapter 9 Network Theorems
Chapter 10 Capacitors
Chapter 11 Magnetic Circuits
Chapter 12 Inductors
Chapter 13 Sinusoidal Alternating Waveforms
Chapter 14 The Basic Elements and Phasors
Chapter 15 Series and Parallel ac Circuits
Chapter 16 Series-Parallel ac Networks
Chapter 17 Methods of Analysis and Selected Topics (ac)
Chapter 18 Network Theorems (ac)
Chapter 19 Power (ac)
Chapter 20 Resonance
Chapter 21 Transformers
Chapter 22 Polyphase
Chapter 23 Decibels, Filters, and Bode Plots
Chapter 24 Pulse Waveforms and the R-C Response
Chapter 25 Nonsinusoidal Circuits
Chapter 26 System Analysis: An Introduction

Title: Introductory Circuit Analysis
Author: Robert L. Boylestad
Edition: 11th Edition
ISBN: 0131730444 | 9780131730441
Type: eBook
Language: English

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