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Introductory Circuit Analysis
by Robert L. Boylestad

For DC/AC Circuit Analysis courses requiring a comprehensive, classroom tested and time tested text with an emphasis on circuit analysis and theory.

THE most widely acclaimed text in the field for more than three decades, Introductory Circuit Analysis provides introductory-level students with the most thorough, understandable presentation of circuit analysis available. Exceptionally clear explanations and descriptions, step-by-step examples, practical applications, and comprehensive coverage of essentials provide students with a solid, accessible foundation.


Introductory Circuit Analysis
by Robert L. Boylestad

For courses in DC/AC circuits: conventional flow

The Latest Insights in Circuit Analysis

Introductory Circuit Analysis, the number one acclaimed text in the field for over three decades, is a clear and interesting information source on a complex topic. The Thirteenth Edition contains updated insights on the highly technical subject, providing readers with the most current information in circuit analysis. With updated software components and challenging review questions at the end of each chapter, this text engages readers in a profound understanding of Circuit Analysis.


Essentials of Circuit Analysis
by Robert L. Boylestad

Created to highlight and detail its most important concepts, this book is a major revision of the author¿s own Introductory Circuit Analysis, completely rewritten to bestow users with the knowledge and skills that should be mastered when learning about dc/ac circuits. KEY TOPICS Specific chapter topics include Current and Voltage; Resistance; Ohm¿s Law, Power and Energy; Series de Circuits; Parallel de Circuits; Series-Parallel Circuits; Methods of Analysis and Selected Topics(dc); Network Theorems; Capacitors; Inductors; Sinusoidal Alternating Waveforms; The Basic Elements and Phasors; Series and Parallel AC Circuits; Series-Parallel AC Networks and the Power Triangle; AC Methods of Analysis and Theorems; Resonance and Filters; Transformers and Three-Phase Systems; and Pulse Waveforms and the Non-sinusoidal Response. For practicing technicians and engineers.


Introductory Circuits
by Robert Spence

Compact but comprehensive, this textbook presents the essentialconcepts of electronic circuit theory.  As well as coveringclassical linear theory involving resistance, capacitance andinductance it treats practical nonlinear circuits containingcomponents such as operational amplifiers, Zener diodes andexponential diodes.  The book’s straightforward approachhighlights the similarity between the equations describing directcurrent (DC), alternating current (AC) and small-signal nonlinearbehaviour, thus making the analysis of these circuits easier tocomprehend.

Introductory Circuits explains:

  • the laws and analysis of DC circuits including those containingcontrolled sources;
  • AC circuits, focusing on complex currents and voltages, andwith extension to frequency domain performance;
  • opamp circuits, including their use in amplifiers andswitches;
  • change behaviour within circuits, whether intentional(small-signal performance) or caused by unwanted changes incomponents.

In addition to worked examples within the text a number ofproblems for student solution are provided at the end of eachchapter, ranging in difficulty from the simple to the morechallenging.  Most solutions for these problems are providedin the book, while others can be found on the accompanyingwebsite.

Introductory Circuits is designed for first yearundergraduate mechanical, biomedical, materials, chemical and civilengineering students who are taking short electrical engineeringcourses and find other texts on the subject too content-heavy fortheir needs.  With its clear structure and consistenttreatment of resistive, reactive and small-signal operation, thisvolume is also a great supporting text for mainstream electricalengineering students.


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