Principles of Electric Circuits: Pearson New International Edition

Conventional Current Version 9e édition

Spécifications

Éditeur
Pearson Education
Édition
9
Auteur
Thomas Floyd,
Langue
anglais
TEC008010 TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Electronics / Circuits
BIC subject category (UK)
TJFC Circuits & components
Code publique Onix
05 Enseignement supérieur
Date de première publication du titre
01 novembre 2013
Subject Scheme Identifier Code
Classification thématique Thema: Electronique : circuits et composants

VitalSource eBook

Date de publication
01 novembre 2013
ISBN-13
9781292038094
Ampleur
Nombre de pages de contenu principal : 984
Code interne
1292038098
Protection technique e-livre
DRM

Sommaire

Chapter 1:  Quantities and Units

1-1   Units of Measurement

1-2   Scientific Notation

1-3   Engineering Notation and Metric Prefixes

1-4   Metric Unit Conversions

Chapter 2:  Voltage, Current, and Resistance

2-1     Atomic Structure

2-2      Electrical Charge

2-3      Voltage, Current, and Resistance

2-4      Voltage and Current Sources

2-5      Resistors

2-6      The Electric Circuit

2-7      Basic Circuit Measurements

2-8      Electrical Safety

A Circuit Application

Chapter 3:  Ohm’s Law

3-1   The Relationship of Current, Voltage, and Resistance

3-2   Calculating Current

3-3   Calculating Voltage

3-4   Calculating Resistance

3-5   Introduction to Troubleshooting

A Circuit Application

Chapter 4:  Energy and Power

4-1   Energy and Power

4-2   Power in an Electric Circuit

4-3   Resistor Power Ratings

4-4   Energy Conversion and Voltage Drop in Resistance

4-5   Power Supplies

A Circuit Application

Chapter 5  Series Circuits

5-1   Resistors in Series

5-2   Current in a Series Circuit

5-3   Total Series Resistance

5-4   Application of Ohm’s Law

5-5   Voltage Sources in Series

5-6   Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law

5-7   Voltage dividers

5-8   Power in Series Circuits

5-9   Voltage Measurements

5-10  Troubleshooting

A Circuit Application

Chapter 6   Parallel Circuits

6-1   Resistors in Parallel

6-2   Voltage in a Parallel Circuit

6-3   Kirchhoff’s Current Law

6-4   Total Parallel Resistance

6-5   Application of Ohm’s Law

6-6   Current Sources in Parallel

6-7   Current Dividers

6-8   Power in Parallel Circuits

6-9   Parallel Circuit Applications

6-10  Troubleshooting

A Circuit Application

Chapter 7  Series-Parallel Circuits

7-1   Identifying Series-Parallel Relationships

7-2   Analysis of Series-Parallel Resistive Circuits

7-3   Voltage Dividers with Resistive Loads

7-6   The Wheatstone Bridge

7-7   Troubleshooting

A Circuit Application

Chapter 8   Circuit Theorems and Conversions

8-1 The DC Voltage Source

8-2   The Current Source

8-3   Source Conversions

8-4   The Superposition Theorem

8-5   Thevenin’s Theorem

8-6   Norton’s Theorem

8-7   Maximum Power Transfer Theorem

8-8   Delta-to-Wye (  -toY) and Wye-toDelta (Y-to- ) Conversions

A Circuit Application

Chapter 9  Branch, Loop, and Node Analyses

9-1   Simultaneous Equations in Circuit Analysis

9-2   Branch Current Method

9-3   Loop Current Method

9-4   Node Voltage Method

A Circuit Application

Chapter 10  Magnetism and Electromagnetism

10-1  The Magnetic Field

10-2  Electromagnetism

10-3  Electromagnetic Devices

10-4  Magnetic Hysteresis

10-5  Electromagnetic Induction

10-6  Applications of Electromagnetic Induction

A Circuit Application

Chapter 11 Introduction to Alternating Current and Voltage\

11-1  The Sinusoidal Waveform

11-2  Sinusoidal Voltage Sources

11-3  Sinusoidal Voltage and Current Values

11-4  Angular Measurement of a Sine Wave

11-5  The Sine Wave Formula

11-6  Introduction to Phasors

11-7  Analysis of AC Circuits

11-8  Superimposed DC and AC Voltages

11-9  Nonsinusoidal Waveforms

11-10 The Oscilloscope

A Circuit Application

Chapter 12 Capacitors

12-1  The Basic Capacitor

12-2  Types of Capacitors

12-3  Series Capacitors

12-4  Parallel Capacitors

12-5  Capacitors in DC Circuits

12-6  Capacitors in AC Circuits

12-7  Capacitor Applications

12-8  Switched-Capacitor Circuits

A Circuit Application

Chapter 13  Inductors

13-1  The Basic Inductor

13-2  Types of Inductors

13-3  Series and Parallel Inductors

13-4  Inductors in DC Circuits

13-5  Inductors in AC Circuits

13-6  Inductor Applications

A Circuit Application

Chapter 14  RC Circuits

PART 1: Series Circuits With an Introduction to Complex Numbers

15-1 The Complex Number System

15-2 Sinusoidal Response of Series RC Circuits

15-3  Impedance of Series RC Circuits

15-4  Analysis of Series RC Circuits

PART 2: Parallel Circuits

15-5  Impedance and Admittance of Parallel RC Circuits

15-6  Analysis of Parallel RC Circuits

PART 3: Series-Parallel Circuits

15-7  Analysis of Series-Parallel RC Circuits

PART 4: Special Topics

15-8  Power in RC Circuits

15-9  Basic Applications

15-10 Troubleshooting

A Circuit Application

Chapter 15  RL Circuits

PART 1: Series Circuits

16-1  Sinusoidal Response of RL Circuits

16-2  Impedance of Series RL Circuits

16-3  Analysis of Series RL Circuits

PART 2: Parallel Circuits

16-4  Impedance and Admittance of Parallel RL Circuits

16-5  Analysis of Parallel RL Circuits

PART 3: Series-Parallel Circuits

16-6  Analysis of Series-Parallel RL Circuits

PART 4: Special Topics

16-7  Power in RL Circuits

16-8  Basic Applications

16-9  Troubleshooting

A Circuit Application

Chapter 16 RLC Circuits and Resonance

PART 1: Series Circuits

17-1 Impedance of Series RLC Circuits

17-2 Analysis of Series RLC Circuits

17-3 Series Resonance

PART 2: Parallel Circuits

17-4 Impedance of Parallel RLC Circuits

17-5 Analysis of Parallel RLC Circuits

17-6 Parallel Resonance

PART 3: Series-Parallel RLC Circuits

17-7 Analysis of Series-Parallel RLC Circuits

PART 4: Special Topics

17-8 Bandwidth of Resonant Circuits

17-9 Applications

A Circuit Application

Chapter 17 Passive filters

18-1 Low-Pass Filters

18-2 High-Pass Filters

18-3 Band-Pass Filters

18-4 Band-Stop Filters

Chapter 18 Circuit Theorems in AC Analysis

19-1  The Superposition Theorem

19-2  Thevenin’s Theorem

19-3  Norton’s Theorem

19-4  Maximum Power Transfer Theorem

Chapter 19 Time Response of Reactive Circuits

20-1  The RC Integrator

20-2  Response of an RC  Integrator to a Single Pulse

20-3  Response of RC Integrators to Repetitive Pulses

20-4  Response of an RC Differentiator to a Single Pulse

20-5  Response of RC Differentiators to Repetitive Pulses

20-6  Response of RL Integrators to Pulse Inputs

20-7  Response of RL Differentiators to Pulse Inputs

20-8  Relationship of Time Response to Frequency  Response

20-9  Troubleshooting

A Circuit Application

Chapter 20 Three-Phase Systems in Power Applications

21-1  Introduction to Three-Phase Machines

21-2  Generators in Power Applications

21-3  Types of Three-Phase Generators

21-5  Three-Phase Power

Appendices

A  Table of Standard Resistor Values

B   Derivations

C   Capacitor Color Coding