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This book is more than a textbook on electric circuits. It is a veritable learning reference that presents electric circuit analysis in a simplified manner, without sacrificing rigor and thoroughness. The book is a sequel to the author’s Electric Circuits and Signals, CRC Press, 2008.

The electric signal material has been omitted and circuit analysis is treated in a more simplified and expanded form. The book differs from other textbooks on electric circuits in its pedagogy and

organization, as expounded later, particularly in the following respects.

It is emphasized from the very beginning that circuits obey two universal conservation laws: conservation of energy and conservation of charge, which imply, respectively, conservation of power and conservation of current. Kirchhoff’s laws are simply an expression of these conservation laws and not some sacrosanct laws that are peculiar to electric circuits. They are convenient to apply in lieu of the more fundamental conservation laws because they are linear in voltage and current.

Primary Objective:- To serve as a textbook that will meet students’ and instructors’ need for

a two- or three-semester course on electrical circuits and networks for undergraduate

students of electrical and electronics engineering (EE), electronics and communications

engineering (EC), and allied streams. This textbook introduces, explains and reinforces all

the basic concepts of analysis of dynamic circuits in time-domain and frequency-domain.

Secondary Objective:- To use circuit theory as a carrier of the fundamentals of linear system

and continuous signal analysis so that the students of EE and EC streams are well- prepared

to take up a detailed study of higher level subjects like analog and digital electronics, pulse

electronics, analog and digital communication systems, digital signal processing, control

systems, and power electronics at a later stage.

Electric Circuits in EE and EC Curricula

The subject of electric circuits and networks is currently covered in two courses in Indian

technical universities. The introductory portion is covered as a part of a course offered in the

first year of undergraduate program. It is usually called basic electrical engineering. About

half of the course time is devoted to Introductory Circuit Theory covering the basic

principles, DC circuit analysis, circuit theorems and single frequency sinusoidal steady-state

analysis using phasor theory. This course is usually a core course for all disciplines.Therefore,

it is limited very much in its content and depth as far as topics in circuit theory are con-

cerned. The course is aimed at giving an overview of electrical engineering to undergraduate

students of all engineering disciplines.

Students of disciplines other than EE and EC need to be given a brief exposure to

electrical machines, industrial electronics, power systems etc., in the third semester. Many

universities include this content in the form of a course called electrical technology in the

third semester for students of other engineering disciplines. This approach makes it necessary

to teach them AC steady-state analysis of RLC circuits even before they can be told about

transient response in such circuits. The EE students, in fact, need AC phasor analysis only

from the fourth or fifth semester since they start on electric machines and power systems

Content of The Book:

Part I: Basic Concepts in Circuit Analysis

Chapter 1 Preliminaries to Circuit Analysis

Chapter 2 Fundamentals of Resistive Circuits

Chapter 3 Circuit Equivalence

Chapter 4 Circuit Theorems

Chapter 5 Circuit Simplification

Chapter 6 Circuit Equations

Chapter 7 Capacitors, Inductors, and Duality

Chapter 8 Sinusoidal Steady State

Chapter 9 Linear Transformer

Chapter 10 Ideal Transformers

Chapter 11 Basic Responses of First-Order Circuits

Chapter 12 Basic Responses of Second-Order Circuits

Part II: Topics in Circuit Analysis

Chapter 13 Ideal Operational Amplifier

Chapter 14 Frequency Responses

Chapter 15 Butterworth and Active Filters

Chapter 16 Responses to Periodic Inputs

Chapter 17 Real, Reactive, and Complex Power

Chapter 18 Responses to Step and Impulse Inputs

Chapter 19 Switched Circuits with Initial Energy Storage

Chapter 20 Convolution

Chapter 21 Properties of the Laplace Transform

Chapter 22 Laplace Transform in Circuit Analysis

Chapter 23 Fourier Transform

Chapter 24 Two-Port Circuits

Chapter 25 Balanced Three-Phase Systems

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File Name :Electric Circuits and Networks

Language :English

File Size : 18.7 MB

By :K. S. Suresh Kumar

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