This book is exclusively designed for the first-year engineering students of Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kakinada studying the aNetwork Analysisa course in their second semester. The primary goal of this text is to enable the student have a firm grasp over basic principles of Network Analysis, and develop an understanding of circuits and the ability to design practical circuits that perform the desired operations. Emphasis is placed on basic laws, theorems and techniques which are used to develop a working knowledge of the methods of analysis used most frequently in further topics of electrical engineering. Each chapter begins with principles and theorems together with illustrative and other descriptive material. A large number of solved examples showing students the step-by-step processes for applying the techniques are presented in the text. Several questions in worked examples have been selected from university question papers. As an aid to both the instructor and the student, objective questions and tutorial problems provided at the end of each chapter progress from simple to complex. Answers to selected problems are given to instil confidence in the reader. Due care is taken to see that the reader can easily start learning the concepts of Network Analysis without prior knowledge of mathematics. Salient Features a 100% coverage of JNTU Kakinada latest syllabus a Individual topics very well supported by solved examples a Roadmap to the syllabus provided for systematic reading of the text a University questions incorporated at appropriate places in the text a Excellent pedagogy: a Solved Examples: 490 a Practice Problems: 214 a Objective Type Questions: 191 a Illustrations: 915Solved Problems Practice Problems Objective Type Questions 7. TRANSIENTS 7.1 Transient ResponseaDifferential Equation Approach 7.2 First Order Differential EquationsaRL, RC Circuits with DC ExcitationaTime Constants 7.2. 1 DCanbsp;...
|Title||:||Network Analysis – JNTU (K)|
|Author||:||A Sudhakar, Shyammohan S Palli|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Education -|