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Electric Circuits,
1st Edition

Dr. James S. Kang

ISBN-13: 9781305635210 | ISBN-10: 1305635213

Copyright 2018

| Published 2017

| 1056 pages

List Price USD $196.95

Overview

Master the fundamentals of electric circuits with Kang’s ELECTRIC CIRCUITS. You learn the basics of electric circuits with common design practices and simulations as the book presents clear step-by-step examples, practical exercises, and problems. Each chapter includes several examples and problems related to circuit design with answers for odd-numbered questions so you can further prepare yourself with self-guided study and practice. ELECTRIC CIRCUITS covers everything from DC circuits and AC circuits to Laplace transformed circuits. MATLAB® scripts for certain examples give you an alternate method to solve circuit problems, check answers, and reduce laborious derivations and calculations. This edition also provides PSpice® and Simulink® examples to demonstrate electric circuit simulations.

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Meet the Authors

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Dr. James S. Kang is a professor of electrical and computer engineering at the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, commonly known as Cal Poly Pomona. Cal Poly Pomona is famous for laboratory-oriented, hands-on approach for engineering education. Most of the electrical and computer engineering courses offered at Cal Poly Pomona include a companion laboratory course. Students design, build, and test practical circuits in the laboratory based on the theory they learned in the lecture course. ELECTRIC CIRCUITS incorporates this philosophy.

  • SIMPLE, INTUITIVE PRESENTATION CLEARLY EXPLAINS CONCEPTS. The author presents topics using a straightforward, intuitive approach followed by memorable examples and practical exercises. The examples and exercises reinforce learning by starting with simple questions and then moving to more challenging questions as students gain confidence. The solutions to the questions used in the examples are detailed so that students can check their understanding.
  • EXAMPLES UTILIZE PSPICE® AND SIMULINK® TO DEMONSTRATE CIRCUIT SIMULATION. Each chapter includes examples that provide students with hands-on practice using these professional tools.
  • CAREFULLY REVIEWED TEST BANK SAVES PREPARATION TIME AND CHECKS MASTERY OF MATERIAL. A test bank with accompanying solutions is provided for your convenience.
  • CHAPTER SUMMARIES AND REVIEWS HIGHLIGHT KEY POINTS. Each chapter begins with a chapter summary that emphasizes the key points that follow in the chapter. Every chapter then ends with a concise review of the fundamental concepts that the author presented.
  • MATLAB® SCRIPTS HIGHLIGHT ALTERNATIVE METHODS FOR SOLVING CIRCUIT PROBLEMS. This efficient tool is provided for certain examples as an alternate method to solve circuit problems. MATLAB® is a tool that can be used effectively in checking answers and reducing laborious derivations and calculations.
  • END-OF-CHAPTER PROBLEMS ENSURE STUDENT UNDERSTANDING. Each chapter concludes with a set of problems for students. Answers for selected questions appear in the appendix so students may use them for self-study. The full set of answers is available for you, the instructor.

Table of Contents

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1. VOLTAGE, CURRENT, POWER, AND SOURCES.
Introduction. International System of Units. Charge, Voltage, Current, and Power. Independent Sources. Dependent Sources. Elementary Signals. Summary. Problems.
2. CIRCUIT LAWS.
Introduction. Circuit. Resistor. Ohm’s Law. Kirchoff’s Current Law (KCL). Kirchoff’s Voltage Law (KVL). Series and Parallel Connection of Resistors. Voltage Divider Rule. Current Divider Rule. Delta-Wye Transformation and Wye-Delta Transformation. PSpice and Simulink. Summary. Problems.
3. CIRCUIT ANALYSIS METHODS.
Introduction. Nodal Analysis. Supernode. Mesh Analysis. Supermesh. PSpice and Simulink. Summary. Problems.
4. CIRCUIT THEOREMS.
Introduction. Superposition Principle. Source Transformations. Thévenin’s Theorem. Norton’s Theorem. Norton’s Theorem. PSpice and Simulink. Summary. Problems.
5. OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER CIRCUITS.
Introduction. Ideal Op Amp. Sum and Difference. Instrumentation Amplifier. Current Amplifier. Analysis of Inverting Configuration. Analysis of Noninverting Configuration. PSpice and Simulink. Summary. Problems.
6. CAPACITORS AND INDUCTORS.
Introduction. Capacitors. Series and Parallel Connection of Capacitors. Op Amp Integrator and Op Amp Differentiator. Inductors. Series and Parallel Connection of Inductors. PSpice and Simulink. Summary. Problems.
7. RL AND RC CIRCUITS.
Introduction. Natural Response of RC Circuit. Step Response of RC Circuit. Natural Response of RL Circuit. Step Response of RL Circuit. Solving General First-Order Differential Equations. PSpice and Simulink. Summary. Problems.
8. RLC CIRCUITS.
Introduction. Zero Input Response of Second Order Differential Equations. Zero Input Response of Series RLC Circuit. Zero Input Response of Parallel RLC Circuit. Solution of the Second-Order Differential Equations to Constant Input. Step Response of Series RLC Circuit. Step Response of Parallel RLC Circuit. General Second Order Circuits. PSpice and Simulink. Summary. Problems.
9. PHASORS AND IMPEDANCES.
Introduction. Sinusoidal Signals. RMS Value. Phasors. Impedance and Admittance. Phasor Transformed Circuit. Kirchoff’s Current Law and Kirchoff’s Voltage Law for Phasors. Series and Parallel Connection of Impedances. Delta-Wye (-Y) and Wye-Delta (Y-) Transformation. PSpice and Simulink. Summary. Problems.
10. ANALYSIS OF PHASOR TRANSFORMED CIRCUITS.
Introduction. Phasor Transformed Circuits. Voltage Divider Rule. Current Divider Rule. Nodal Analysis. Mesh Analysis. Superposition Principle. Source Transformation. Thévenin Equivalent Circuit. Norton Equivalent Circuit. Transfer Function. PSpice and Simulink. Summary. Problems.
11. AC POWER.
Introduction. Instantaneous Power, Average Power, Reactive Power, Apparent Power. Complex Power. Conservation of AC Power. Maximum Power Transfer. Power Factor Correction. PSpice and Simulink. Summary. Problems.
12. THREE-PHASE SYSTEMS.
Introduction. Three-Phase Sources. Balanced Y-Y Circuit. Balanced Y- Circuit. Balanced - Circuit. Balanced -Y Circuit. PSpice and Simulink. Summary. Problems.
13. MAGNETICALLY COUPLED CIRCUITS.
Introduction. Mutual Inductance. Dot Convention and Induced Voltage. Equivalent Circuits. Energy of Coupled Coils. Coupled Coils in Phasor Domain. Linear Transformer. Ideal Transformer. PSpice and Simulink. Summary. Problems.
14. LAPLACE TRANSFORM.
Introduction. Definition of Laplace Transform. Properties of Laplace Transform. Inverse Laplace Transform. PSpice and Simulink. Summary. Problems.
15. CIRCUITS ANALYSIS IN THE s-DOMAIN.
Introduction. Laplace Transformed Circuit Elements. Laplace Transformed Circuit. Nodal Analysis. Mesh Analysis. Thévenin Equivalent Circuit in the s-Domain. Norton Equivalent Circuit in the s-Domain. Transfer Function. Convolution. Linear, Time-Invariant System. Bode Diagram. Simulink. Summary. Problems.
16. FIRST AND SECOND ORDER ANALOG FILTERS.
Introduction. Magnitude Scaling and Frequency Scaling. First Order Lowpass Filter. First Order Highpass Filter. Second-Order Lowpass Filter. Second-Order Highpass Filter. Second-Order Bandpass Filter. Second-Order Bandstop Filter. Simulink. Summary. Problems.
17. BUTTERWORTH FILTER DESIGN.
Introduction. Analog Butterworth Lowpass Filter Design. Analog Butterworth Highpass Filter Design. Analog Butterworth Bandpass Filter Design. Analog Butterworth Bandstop Filter Design. Analog Chebyshev Type 1 Lowpass Filter Design. Analog Chebyshev Type 2 Lowpass Filter Design. MATLAB. Summary. Problems.
18. FOURIER SERIES.
Introduction. Signal Representation Using Orthogonal Functions. Trigonometric Fourier Series. Solving Circuit Problems Using Trigonometric Fourier Series. Exponential Fourier Series. Properties of Exponential Fourier Series. Solving Circuit Problems Using Exponential Fourier Series. PSpice and Simulink. Summary. Problems.
19. FOURIER TRANSFORM.
Introduction. Definition of Fourier Transform. Properties of Fourier Transform. Fourier Transform of Periodic Signals. Parseval’s Theorem. Simulink. Summary. Problems.
20. TWO-PORT CIRCUITS.
Introduction. Two-Port Circuit. Conversion of Parameters. Interconnection of Two-Port Circuits. PSpice and Simulink. Summary. Problems.
Answers to Odd Numbered Questions.

Cengage provides a range of supplements that are updated in coordination with the main title selection. For more information about these supplements, contact your Learning Consultant.

Instructor’s Solutions Manual for Kang’s Electric Circuits

ISBN13:9781337273169
ISBN10:1337273163
Complimentary to faculty who adopt the text, the Instructor’s Solutions Manual contains solutions to all the problems in the main text. For your convenience, this manual is available for download from the password-protected instructor’s section of the companion website. All users require a verified instructor log-in to access the site.

Instructor’s Companion Website for Kang’s Electric Circuits

ISBN13:9781337273183
ISBN10:133727318X
This Companion Site contains helpful instructor-only resources, including PowerPoint® Slides containing Lecture Notes. The site also includes the Instructor’s Solutions Manual and test banks. Users require a verified instructor log-in to access this site.

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