Engineering Circuit Analysis Eight Edition By William H. Hayt, Jack E. Kemmerly, Steven M. Durbin

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Download Free Engineering Circuit Analysis Book Pdf Eight Edition, In conducting circuit analysis, we often find ourselves seeking specific currents, voltages, or powers, so here we begin with a brief description of these quantities. In terms of components that can be used to build electrical circuits, we have quite a few from which to choose. We initially focus on the resistor, a simple passive component, and a range of idealized active sources of voltage and current. As we move forward, new components will be added to the inventory to allow more complex (and useful) circuits to be considered. A quick word of advice before we begin: Pay close attention to the role of “+” and “−” signs when labeling voltages, and the significance of the arrow in defining current; they often make the difference between wrong and right answers.

UNITS AND SCALES:

In order to state the value of some measurable quantity, we must give both a number and a unit, such as “3 meters.” Fortunately, we all use the same number system. This is not true for units, and a little time must be spent in becoming familiar with a suitable system. We must agree on a standard unit and be assured of its permanence and its general acceptability. The standard unit of length, for example, should not be defined in terms of the distance between two marks on a certain rubber band; this is not permanent, and furthermore, everybody else is using another standard.

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CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION

Overview of Text
Relationship of Circuit Analysis to Engineering
Analysis and Design
Computer-Aided Analysis
Successful Problem-Solving Strategies
READING FURTHER

CHAPTER 2
BASIC COMPONENTS AND ELECTRIC CIRCUITS

Units and Scales
Charge, Current, Voltage, and Power
Voltage and Current Sources
Ohm’s Law
SUMMARY AND REVIEW
READING FURTHER
EXERCISES

CHAPTER 3
VOLTAGE AND CURRENT LAWS

Nodes, Paths, Loops, and Branches
Kirchhoff’s Current Law
Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law
The Single-Loop Circuit
The Single-Node-Pair Circuit
Series and Parallel Connected Sources
Resistors in Series and Parallel
Voltage and Current Division
SUMMARY AND REVIEW
READING FURTHER
EXERCISES

CHAPTER 4
BASIC NODAL AND MESH ANALYSIS

Nodal Analysis
The Supernode
Mesh Analysis
The Supermesh
Nodal vs. Mesh Analysis: A Comparison
Computer-Aided Circuit Analysis
SUMMARY AND REVIEW
READING FURTHER
EXERCISES

CHAPTER 5
HANDY CIRCUIT ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES

Linearity and Superposition
Source Transformations
Thévenin and Norton Equivalent Circuits
Maximum Power Transfer
Delta-Wye Conversion
Selecting an Approach: A Summary of Various
Techniques
SUMMARY AND REVIEW
READING FURTHER
EXERCISES

CHAPTER 6
THE OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER

Background
The Ideal Op Amp: A Cordial Introduction
Cascaded Stages
Circuits for Voltage and Current Sources
Practical Considerations
Comparators and the Instrumentation Amplifier
SUMMARY AND REVIEW
READING FURTHER
EXERCISES

CHAPTER 7
CAPACITORS AND INDUCTORS

The Capacitor
The Inductor
Inductance and Capacitance Combinations
Consequences of Linearity
Simple Op Amp Circuits with Capacitors Duality

The Initial-Value and Final-Value Theorems
SUMMARY AND REVIEW
READING FURTHER
EXERCISES

CHAPTER 8
BASIC RL AND RC CIRCUITS

The Source-Free RL Circuit
Properties of the Exponential Response
The Source-Free RC Circuit
A More General Perspective
The Unit-Step Function
Driven RL Circuits
Natural and Forced Response
Driven RC Circuits
Predicting the Response of Sequentially Switched Circuits
SUMMARY AND REVIEW
READING FURTHER
EXERCISES

CHAPTER 9
THE RLC CIRCUIT

The Source-Free Parallel Circuit
The Overdamped Parallel RLC Circuit
Critical Damping
The Underdamped Parallel RLC Circuit
The Source-Free Series RLC Circuit
The Complete Response of the RLC Circuit
The Lossless LC Circuit
SUMMARY AND REVIEW
READING FURTHER
EXERCISES

CHAPTER 10
SINUSOIDAL STEADY-STATE ANALYSIS

Characteristics of Sinusoids
Forced Response to Sinusoidal Functions
The Complex Forcing Function
The Phasor
Impedance and Admittance
Nodal and Mesh Analysis
Superposition, Source Transformations and
Thévenin’s Theorem
Phasor Diagrams
SUMMARY AND REVIEW
READING FURTHER
EXERCISES

CHAPTER 11
AC CIRCUIT POWER ANALYSIS

Instantaneous Power
Average Power
Effective Values of Current and Voltage
Apparent Power and Power Factor
Complex Power
SUMMARY AND REVIEW
READING FURTHER
EXERCISES

CHAPTER 12
POLYPHASE CIRCUITS

Polyphase Systems
Single-Phase Three-Wire Systems
Three-Phase Y-Y Connection
The Delta () Connection
Power Measurement in Three-Phase Systems
SUMMARY AND REVIEW
READING FURTHER
EXERCISES

CHAPTER 13
MAGNETICALLY COUPLED CIRCUITS

Mutual Inductance
Energy Considerations
The Linear Transformer
The Ideal Transformer
SUMMARY AND REVIEW
READING FURTHER
EXERCISES

CHAPTER 14
COMPLEX FREQUENCY AND THE LAPLACE TRANSFORM

Complex Frequency
The Damped Sinusoidal Forcing Function
Definition of the Laplace Transform
Laplace Transforms of Simple Time Functions
Inverse Transform Techniques
The Initial-Value and Final-Value Theorems
SUMMARY AND REVIEW
READING FURTHER
EXERCISES

CHAPTER 15
CIRCUIT ANALYSIS IN THE s-DOMAIN

Z(s) and Y(s)
Nodal and Mesh Analysis in the s-Domain
Additional Circuit Analysis Techniques
Poles, Zeros, and Transfer Functions
Convolution
The Complex-Frequency Plane
Natural Response and the s Plane
A Technique for Synthesizing the Voltage Ratio
H(s) = Vout/Vin
SUMMARY AND REVIEW
READING FURTHER
EXERCISES

CHAPTER 16
FREQUENCY RESPONSE

Parallel Resonance
Bandwidth and High-Q Circuits
Series Resonance
Other Resonant Forms
Scaling
Bode Diagrams
Basic Filter Design
Advanced Filter Design
SUMMARY AND REVIEW
READING FURTHER
EXERCISES

CHAPTER 17
TWO-PORT NETWORKS

One-Port Networks
Admittance Parameters
Some Equivalent Networks
Impedance Parameters
Hybrid Parameters
Transmission Parameters
SUMMARY AND REVIEW
READING FURTHER
EXERCISES

CHAPTER 18
FOURIER CIRCUIT ANALYSIS

Trigonometric Form of the Fourier Series
The Use of Symmetry
Complete Response to Periodic Forcing Functions
Complex Form of the Fourier Series
Definition of the Fourier Transform
Some Properties of the Fourier Transform
Fourier Transform Pairs for Some Simple Time Functions
The Fourier Transform of a General Periodic Time Function
The System Function and Response in the Frequency Domain
The Physical Significance of the System Function
SUMMARY AND REVIEW
READING FURTHER
EXERCISES
APPENDIX 1 AN INTRODUCTION TO NETWORK TOPOLOGY
APPENDIX 2 SOLUTION OF SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS
APPENDIX 3 A PROOF OF THÉVENIN’S THEOREM
APPENDIX 4 A PSPICE® TUTORIAL
APPENDIX 5 COMPLEX NUMBERS
APPENDIX 6 A BRIEF MATLAB® TUTORIAL
APPENDIX 7 ADDITIONAL LAPLACE TRANSFORM
THEOREMS
INDEX

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