Offers a thorough treatment of all major aspects of circuit analysis. Develops simple ideas into broader concepts (e.g., Thevenin's theorem is introduced via a preliminary example of conventional analysis). Discussion of state variables, presented early in the text, gives physical meaning to the mathematical development. Superposition is presented as a unifying principle in discussions of the formulation of loop, node, and state equations; Thevenin's theorem; convolution; Fourier series analysis; and zero state responses. Introduces frequency response, filters, and resonance from several points of view. Also includes an in-depth treatment of stability and a presentation of basic graph theory which facilitates systematic formulation of network equations, their sufficiency and solvability. Contains solved examples, end-of-chapter problems, and tables of trigonometric functions, integrals, and transforms.With the help of a quick phasor diagram (draw it!) we have va(t) = 50cos(10f-90Ad) tagt;c(0 = 50cos(10t+150Ad) a prob. 13-2 Finally, we recognize in the balanced set of voltages the fact that their sum, at every instant, is zero va(t) + vb(t) + vc(t) = 0anbsp;...
|Title||:||Applied Circuit Analysis|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 1988-01-18|