# Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10th Edition International Student Version

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# Engineering Circuit Analysis, 10th Edition International Student Version

ISBN: ES8-0-470-87377-9

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Engineering Circuit Analysis has long been regarded as the most dependable textbook for students otherwise intimidated by the subject matter. With this new 10th edition, Irwin and Nelms continue to develop the most complete set of pedagogical tools available which provides the highest level of support for students entering into this complex subject.

Irwin and Nelms’ trademark student-centered learning design focuses on helping students “complete the connection” between theory and practice. This theme starts with chapter openers that include specific learning objectives for the chapter, around which all chapter content is structured. All key concepts are described in text, illustrated with solved example problems, and then followed by Learning Assessments, which are similar problems with the answer given, but not the solution. Students can then ‘complete the connection’ by solving an algorithmic variation of that. Further end-of-chapter problems gradually raise the level of complexity. All learning modules include reading quiz questions in WileyPLUS, so faculty can identify gaps in student learning and students can measure their understanding of the material.

Preface xi

CHAPTER 1 BASIC CONCEPTS 1

1.1 System of Units 2

1.2 Basic Quantities 2

1.3 Circuit Elements 8

Summary 17

Problems 17

CHAPTER 2 RESISTIVE CIRCUITS 25

2.1 Ohm’s Law 26

2.2 Kirchhoff’s Laws 31

2.3 Single-Loop Circuits 39

2.4 Single-Node-Pair Circuits 46

2.5 Series and Parallel Resistor Combinations 51

2.6 Circuits with Series-Parallel Combinations of Resistors 55

2.7 Wye ΔDelta Transformations 61

2.8 Circuits with Dependent Sources 64

2.9 Resistor Technologies for Electronic Manufacturing 69

2.10 Application Examples 72

2.11 Design Examples 75

Summary 81

Problems 82

CHAPTER 3 NODAL AND LOOP ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES 102

3.1 Nodal Analysis 102

3.2 Loop Analysis 122

3.3 Application Example 137

3.4 Design Example 139

Summary 139

Problems 140

CHAPTER 4 OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS 156

4.1 Introduction 157

4.2 Op-Amp Models 157

4.3 Fundamental Op-Amp Circuits 163

4.4 Comparators 172

4.5 Application Examples 173

4.6 Design Examples 176

Summary 179

Problems 180

CHAPTER 5 ADDITIONAL ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES 189

5.1 Introduction 190

5.2 Superposition 192

5.3 Thévenin’s and Norton’s Theorems 198

5.4 Maximum Power Transfer 216

5.5 Application Example 220

5.6 Design Examples 221

Summary 227

Problems 227

CHAPTER 6 CAPACITANCE AND INDUCTANCE 245

6.1 Capacitors 246

6.2 Inductors 254

6.3 Capacitor and Inductor Combinations 264

6.4 RC Operational Amplifier Circuits 272

6.5 Application Examples 274

6.6 Design Examples 279

Summary 280

Problems 281

CHAPTER 7 FIRST- AND SECOND-ORDER TRANSIENT CIRCUITS 296

7.1 Introduction 297

7.2 First-Order Circuits 298

7.3 Second-Order Circuits 319

7.4 Application Examples 333

7.5 Design Examples 343

Summary 351

Problems 351

CHAPTER 8 AC STEADY-STATE ANALYSIS 369

8.1 Sinusoids 370

8.2 Sinusoidal and Complex Forcing Functions 373

8.3 Phasors 377

8.4 Phasor Relationships for Circuit Elements 379

8.6 Phasor Diagrams 390

8.7 Basic Analysis Using Kirchhoff’s Laws 393

8.8 Analysis Techniques 396

8.9 Application Examples 408

8.10 Design Examples 410

Summary 413

Problems 414

CHAPTER 9 STEADY-STATE POWER ANALYSIS 435

9.1 Instantaneous Power 436

9.2 Average Power 437

9.3 Maximum Average Power Transfer 442

9.4 Effective or rms Values 447

9.5 The Power Factor 450

9.6 Complex Power 452

9.7 Power Factor Correction 457

9.8 Single-Phase Three-Wire Circuits 461

9.9 Safety Considerations 464

9.10 Application Examples 472

9.11 Design Examples 476

Summary 478

Problems 478

CHAPTER 10 MAGNETICALLY COUPLED NETWORKS 491

10.1 Mutual Inductance 492

10.2 Energy Analysis 503

10.3 The Ideal Transformer 506

10.4 Safety Considerations 515

10.5 Application Examples 516

10.6 Design Examples 521

Summary 525

Problems 526

CHAPTER 11 POLYPHASE CIRCUITS 541

11.1 Three-Phase Circuits 542

11.2 Three-Phase Connections 547

11.4 Power Relationships 557

11.5 Power Factor Correction 561

11.6 Application Examples 562

11.7 Design Examples 566

Summary 570

Problems 570

CHAPTER 12 VARIABLE-FREQUENCY NETWORK PERFORMANCE 577

12.1 Variable Frequency-Response Analysis 578

12.2 Sinusoidal Frequency Analysis 586

12.3 Resonant Circuits 597

12.4 Scaling 619

12.5 Filter Networks 620

12.6 Application Examples 645

12.7 Design Examples 649

Summary 655

Problems 656

CHAPTER 13 THE LAPLACE TRANSFORM 667

13.1 Definition 668

13.2 Two Important Singularity Functions 669

13.3 Transform Pairs 671

13.4 Properties of the Transform 673

13.5 Performing the Inverse Transform 676

13.6 Convolution Integral 681

13.7 Initial-Value and Final-Value Theorems 685

13.8 Application Examples 687

Summary 689

Problems 689

CHAPTER 14 APPLICATION OF THE LAPLACE TRANSFORM TO CIRCUIT ANALYSIS 695

14.1 Laplace Circuit Solutions 696

14.2 Circuit Element Models 697

14.3 Analysis Techniques 699

14.4 Transfer Function 712

14.5 Pole-Zero Plot/Bode Plot Connection 724

14.7 Application Examples 729

14.8 Design Examples 731

Summary 738

Problems 738

CHAPTER 15 FOURIER ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES 751

15.1 Fourier Series 752

15.2 Fourier Transform 773

15.3 Application Examples 780

15.4 Design Example 787

Summary 793

Problems 794

CHAPTER 16 TWO-PORT NETWORKS 801

16.2 Impedance Parameters 805

16.3 Hybrid Parameters 807

16.4 Transmission Parameters 809

16.5 Parameter Conversions 811

16.6 Interconnection of Two-Ports 811

16.7 Application Examples 815

16.8 Design Example 819

Summary 821

Problems 821

APPENDIX

COMPLEX NUMBERS 829

Index 834

• New chapter openers and photos connect concepts in the book to novel real-world applications.
• Each chapter now begins with, and is structured around, specific learning objectives.
• Circuits is a problem-solving discipline, learned through practice. Tools to help students build their problem-solving skills have been expanded to take full advantage of the combination of print and digital media. Key concepts are first described in text with illustrations, followed by detailed example solutions, and then problems with answers given, called Learning Assessments. Each Learning Assessment is also offered as a video tutorial in WileyPLUS. Finally, algorithmic problems give students the opportunity to practice the same types of problems with different values. The problem-solving videos (PSVs) are now also available as iPod downloads.
• In order to provide maximum flexibility, solved examples are available in online supplements that apply the most popular problem-solving programs, MATLAB®, PSPICE or MultiSim. These examples are all based on problems in the text, and any or all of them can be integrated into custom editions of the text.
• Problem material has been greatly expanded and revised. There are approximately 1400 problems in the 10th Edition, including hundreds of new problems of all levels of difficulty.
• Every chapter includes FE Exam Problems, which closely match the style and level of problems typically found on this standardized test taken by most engineering students before graduation.
• Extensive ‘teaching-by-example’ approach; key concepts are explained multiple times in varying formats to support diverse learning styles.
• The four-color design is employed to enhance and clarify both text and illustrations. This greatly improves the pedagogical presentation, particularly with complex circuit illustrations. A consistent color scheme for circuit elements and other graphic components is used throughout the text.
• Detailed, flexible coverage of the most popular problem-solving software -- Pspice, MATLAB, and LabView – is provided in online supplements that can be included in custom print versions at the professor’s discretion.
• Every chapter includes FE Exam Problems, which closely match the style and level of problems typically found on this standardized test taken by most engineering students before graduation