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The Analysis and Design of Linear Circuits, 8th Edition

The Analysis and Design of Linear Circuits, 8th Edition

Roland E. Thomas, Albert J. Rosa, Gregory J. Toussaint

ISBN: 978-1-119-22822-6 December 2015 912 Pages

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Description

The Analysis and Design of Linear Circuits, 8th Edition provides an introduction to the analysis, design, and evaluation of electric circuits, focusing on developing the learners design intuition. The text emphasizes the use of computers to assist in design and evaluation. Early introduction to circuit design motivates the student to create circuit solutions and optimize designs based on real-world constraints.

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Chapter 1 Introduction 1

1 –1 About This Book 2

1 –2 Symbols and Units 3

1 –3 Circuit Variables 5

1 –4 Computational and Simulation Software Introduction 10

Summary 12

Problems 12

Integrating Problems 15

Chapter 2 Basic Circuit Analysis 16

2 –1 Element Constraints 17

2 –2 Connection Constraints 22

2 –3 Combined Constraints 28

2 –4 Equivalent Circuits 34

2 –5 Voltage And Current Division 42

2 –6 Circuit Reduction 50

2 –7 Computer - Aided Circuit Analysis 54

Summary 59

Problems 59

Integrating Problems 69

Chapter 3 Circuit Analysis Techniques 72

3 –1 Node – Voltage Analysis 73

3 –2 Mesh - Current Analysis 89

3 –3 Linearity Properties 97

3 –4 Thévenin and Norton Equivalent Circuits 107

3 –5 Maximum Signal Transfer 118

3 –6 Interface Circuit Design 121

Summary 133

Problems 133

Integrating Problems 147

Chapter 4 Active Circuits 150

4 –1 Linear Dependent Sources 151

4 –2 Analysis Of Circuits With Dependent Sources 152

4 –3 The Operational Amplifier 171

4 –4 Op Amp Circuit Analysis 178

4 –5 Op Amp Circuit Design 193

4 –6 Op Amp Circuit Applications 199

Summary 217

Problems 218

Integrating Problems 231

Chapter 5 Signal Waveforms 233

5 –1 Introduction 234

5 –2 The Step Wave Form 235

5 –3 The Exponential Wave Form 240

5 –4 The Sinusoidal Wave Form 245

5 –5 Composite Waveforms 252

5 –6 Wave Form Partial Descriptors 259

Summary 265

Problems 266

Integrating Problems 272

Chapter 6 Capacitance and Inductance 274

6 –1 The Capacitor 275

6 –2 The Inductor 282

6 –3 Dynamic OP AMP Circuits 288

6 –4 Equivalent Capacitance and Inductance 296

Summary 300

Problems 300

Integrating Problems 306

Chapter 7 First- and Second-Order Circuits 309

7 – 1 RC and Rl Circuits 310

7 –2 First - Order Circuit Step Response 321

7 –3 Initial and Final Conditions 329

7 –4 First - Order Circuit Response To Exponential and Sinusoidal Inputs 336

7 –5 The Series RlC Circuit 344

7 –6 The Parallel RlC Circuit 353

7 –7 Second-Order Circuit Step Response 359

Summary 368

Problems 369

Integrating Problems 378

Chapter 8 Sinusoidal Steady-State Response 382

8 –1 Sinusoids and Phasors 383

8 –2 Phasor Circuit Analysis 389

8 –3 Basic Phasor Circuit Analysis and Design 394

8 –4 Circuit Theorems with Phasors 409

8 –5 General Circuit Analysis with Phasors 422

8 –6 Energy and Power 435

Summary 440

Problems 441

Integrating Problems 451

Chapter 9 Laplace Transforms 453

9 –1 Signal Wave Forms and Transforms 454

9 –2 Basic Properties and Pairs 458

9 –3 Pole -Zero Diagrams 466

9 –4 Inverse Laplace Transforms 469

9 –5 Circuit Response Using Laplace Transforms 480

9 –6 Initial and Final Value Properties 488

Summary 490

Problems 491

Integrating Problems 496

Chapter 10 S-Domain Circuit Analysis 498

10–1 Transformed Circuits 499

10–2 Basic Circuit Analysis in the S Domain 508

10–3 Circuit Theorems in the S Domain 513

10–4 Nod E - Voltage Analysis in the S Domain 523

10–5 Me S H - Current Analysis in the S Domain 532

10–6 Summary of S-Domain Circuit Analysis 538

Summary 542

Problems 542

Integrating Problems 552

Chapter 11 Network Functions 554

11–1 Definition of a Network Function 555

11–2 Network Functions of One - and Two - Port Circuits 558

11–3 Network Functions and Impulse Response 569

11–4 Network Functions and S T Ep Response 572

11–5 Network Functions and Sinusoidal Steady - State Response 576

11–6 Impulse Response and Convolutuion 583

11–7 Graphical Approach to Convolution 587

11–8 Network Function Design and Evaluation 589

Summary 605

Problems 605

Integrating Problems 613

Chapter 12 Frequency Response 616

12–1 Frequency -Response Descriptors 617

12–2 Bode Diagrams 619

12–3 First - Order Low-Pass and High -Pass Responses 621

12–4 Bandpass and Bandstop Responses 637

12–5 The Frequency Response of RlC Circuits 643

12–6 Bode Diagrams with Real Poles and Zeros 652

12–7 Bode Diagrams with Complex Poles and Zeros 661

12–8 Frequency Response and Step Response 667

Summary 673

Problems 673

Integrating Problems 683

Chapter 13 Fourier Series 686

13–1 Overview of Fourier Series 687

13–2 Fourier Coefficients 688

13–3 Wave Form Symmetries 697

13–4 Circuit Analysis Using the Fourier Series 699

13–5 RMS Value and Average Power 706

Summary 712

Problems 712

Integrating Problems 717

Chapter 14 Active Filter Design 719

14–1 Active Filters 720

14–2 Second-Order Low - Pass And High - Pass Filters 721

14–3 Second-Order Bandpass and Bandstop Filters 730

14–4 Low - Pass Filter Design 739

14–5 Lo W - Pass Filter Evaluation 757

14–6 High - Pass Filter Design 760

14–7 Bandpass and Bandstop Filter Design 773

Summary 776

Problems 777

Integrating Problems 782

Chapter 15 Mutual Inductance and Transformers 785

15–1 Coupled Inductors 786

15–2 The Dot Convention 788

15–3 Energy Analysis 790

15–4 The Ideal Transformer 792

15–5 Linear Transformers 799

Summary 806

Problems 806

Integrating Problems 809

Chapter 16 AC Power Systems 811

16–1 Average and Reactive Power 812

16–2 Complex Power 814

16–3 Single - Phase Circuit Analysis 817

16–4 Single - Phase Power Flow 821

16–5 Balanced Three - Phase Circuits 825

16–6 Three - Phase Circuit Analysis 830

16–7 Three - Phase Power Flow 841

Summary 843

Problems 844

Integrating Problems 849

Appendix A Complex Numbers 850

Answers To Selected Problems 854

Index 000

Web Chapter 17 Two-Port Networks

17–1 Introduction

17–2 Impedance Parameters

17–3 Admittance Parameters

17–4 Hybrid Parameters

17–5 Transmission Parameters

17–6 Two-Port Conversions And Connections

Summary

Problems

Integrating Problems

Web Appendix A – Solution Of Linear Equations

Web Appendix B – Butterwort H and Chebychev Poles

Web Appendix C – Fourth Transform

Web Appendix D – Computational Tools

Web Appendix E – Solutions to Exercises

  • Additional design and evaluation examples, exercises, homework problems, and real-world applications
  • More skill-level examples, exercises, and problems that can help develop the student’s confidence in mastering the different objectives.
  • New one-concept examples and exercises have been added to key sections. In addition, numerous problems were added in support of each learning objective.
  • Improved chapters on frequency response (Chapter 12) and active filters (Chapter 14).
  • Software use throughout the text has been significantly increased and strengthened to include many new MATLAB, Multisim, and Excel examples to help practice using the software.
  • The authors are committed to providing a modern, different, and innovative approach to teaching analysis, design, and design evaluation of electric circuits. The text is designed so that it can be used as a Laplace Early version as well as a traditional Phasor First version.
  • The text is structured around a sequence of carefully defined cognitive learning objectives and related evaluation tools based on Bloom’s Taxonomy of Educational Objectives.
  • Interweaving of analysis and design topics reinforces a student’s grasp of circuit analysis fundamentals. Students are motivated to apply their newly acquired analysis tools to practical situations. Using computer simulation software to verify their designs gives students an early degree of confidence that they have actually created a design that meets stated specifications.
  • Early introduction and integrated treatment of the OP AMP.