Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 9th Edition
January 2008, ©2008
2. Resistive Circuits.
3. Nodal and Loop Analysis Techniques.
4. Operational Amplifiers.
5. Additional Analysis Techniques.
7. First- and Second-Order Transient Circuits.
8. AC Steady-State Analysis.
9. Steady-State Power Analysis.
10. Magnetically Coupled Networks.
11. Polyphase Circuits.
12. Variable-Frequency Network Performance.
13. The Laplace Transform.
14. Application of the Laplace Transform to Circuit Analysis.
15. Fourier Analysis Techniques.
16. Two-Port Networks.
- The study of circuits involves complex illustrations that can be difficult to understand. By introducing a consistent color system throughout the text the illustrations and diagrams become more accessible and less confusing. (See pgs. 90-91)new learning objectives
- New chapter previews motivate students by discussing real world applications of the concepts to be covered. (See pg. 291)
- New end-of-chapter problems have been revised and augmented to provide solution security. WileyPLUS features algorithmically generated problems to further safe-guard solutions. A total of 1200 problems ensure an ample opportunity for student practice. (See WileyPLUS and pgs. 280-290)
- New to this edition is National Instruments MultiSim with simulated circuit exercises from the text. NI Multisim allows you to design and simulate circuits easily with its intuitive schematic capture and interactive simulation environment. The Multsim software is uniquely available to you for download with this edition.
- Accessibility: Students report that it is the most accessible presentation of circuit analysis.
- Detailed inclusion of Pspice and MATLAB: Irwinâ ™s coverage of Pspice is cited as the best among circuits books. MATLAB is becoming more prominent in this course.
- Lecture Slides.Â Not just PowerPoints of the figures, these slides summarize key concepts and are intended for use by the professor in lectures.