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Theory on DC electric circuits

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Theory on DC electric circuits

U. de La Salle
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Autor: Alejandro Sánchez Salcedo

Editorial: U. de La Salle

U. de La Salle

Año de Edición: 2016

2016

Idioma: Español

Formato: Libro Impreso

Número de páginas: 234

ISBN: 9789588939926

9789588939926
This book is intended as a major support for the OC Electric Circuits course from the Electrical Engineering program and the Automation Engineering program at Universidad de La Salle. Its main contribution is to provide the students with a step-by-step explanation and detailed illustrations about th...
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This book is intended as a major support for the OC Electric Circuits course from the Electrical Engineering program and the Automation Engineering program at Universidad de La Salle. Its main contribution is to provide the students with a step-by-step explanation and detailed illustrations about the main concepts and analysis techniques 0f DC electrie circuits and their related measurement systems. 

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Editor / MarcaU. de La Salle
Año de Edición2016
Número de Páginas234
Idioma(s)Español
TerminadoTapa Rústica
Alto y ancho16.5 x 23.5 cm
Peso0.3800
Tipo Productolibro
Autor

Alejandro Sánchez Salcedo

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Introduction 

1. Electric Risk 

1.1. Common electric risk factors 

1.2. Effects of current in human beings 

1.3. Electric impedance of the human body Exercises 

2. Significant figures

2.1. Rules of significant figures 

2.2. Mathematical operations with significant figures Exercises 

3. System of Units 

3.1. International System of Units

 3.2. Base units 

3.3. Derived units 

3.4. Multiples and sub-multiples

3.5. Printing rules 

Exercises 

4. Scientific Notation 

4.1. Mathematical operations with scientific notation

4.2. Scientific notation and significant figures
 
4.3. Printing rules
 
Exercises 

5. Electrical quantities 

5.1. Electric charge 

5.2. Electric current 
 
5.3. Voltage 

5.4. Power 

5.5. Energy Excercises 

6. Electric Circuit 

6.1. Circuit elements

6.2. Electric circuit 

6.3. Circuit concepts 

6.4. Circuit analysis

Exercises 

7. Ohm's Law 

7.1. Electric resistance 

7.2. Rated power Exercises 

8. Kirchhoff's Laws 

8.1. Kirchhoff's Current Law (KCL) 

8.2. Kirchhoff's Voltage Law (KVL) 

8.3. Delta-wye and wye-delta transformations 

Exercises 

9. Methods of Analysis 

9.1. Nodal analysis 

9.2. Mesh analysis Exercises 

10. Operational Amplifier 

10.1. Ideal OP AMP 

10.2. Inverting amplifier 

10.3. Non-inverting amplifier 

10.4. Voltage follower 

10.5. Summing amplifier 

10.6. Difference amplifier 

10.7. Cascaded OP AMP circuits 
 
10.8. Non-ideal OP AMP Exercises 

11. Circuit Theorems

11.1. Linearity theorem 

11.2. Superposition principie

11.3. Source transformation

11.4. Thévenin's theorem 

11.5. Norton's theorem 

11.6. Relationship between Thévenin's and Norton's theorems 

11.7. Maximum power transfer theorem 

Exercises 

12. Capacitors and Inductors 

12.1. Capacitor 

12.2. Inductor 

Exercises 

13. First-Order Circuits 

13.1. Solution of first-order differential equation

13.2. Forcing functions: Singularity functions 

13.3. First-order circuits 

Exercises 

14. Second Order Circuits 

14.1. Solution of second-order differential equation Excercises 

15. Introduction to Measurement Systems in DC Circuits 

15.1. Accuracy 

15.2. Precision 

15.3. Uncertainty 

15.4. Error 

15.5. Specifications of digital measurement instruments 

15.6. Measurement of DC current 
 
15.7. Measurement of OC voltage 

15.8. Measurement of resistance 

15.9. Measurement of power 

Exercises 

References 

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