English | 2012 | ISBN-10: 1133281001 | 1040 pages | PDF | 76,8 MB

MultiSim and PSpice are integrated in examples throughout the text, with step-by-step instructions and full-color screen images to help students construct circuits, connect meters, and test circuit operation using sophisticated computer simulations.

English | July 19, 2006 | ISBN: 141803861X | 1103 Pages | PDF | 19 MB

Written for electronics engineering technology students taking their first course in circuit theory, this exceptional book has been hailed by users and reviewers alike as one of the best on the market. The 2th Edition provides updated coverage of standard circuit analysis topics in a remarkably easy-to-understand fashion, including fundamentals of DC and AC, methods of analysis, capacitance, inductance, magnetism, simple transients, transformers, Fourier series, and more.

By Allan H. Robbins, Wilhelm Miller,

Publisher: Delmar Thomson Learning ( 1999-09-01 ) | 1088 pages | ISBN : 076680626X | PDF | 17 MB

The mathematical foundation and the practical application of circuit theory in this highly readable book will prove invaluable to students enrolled in electronics engineeringtechnology curriculum and professionals alike. This one-of-a-kind text provides comprehensive coverage of circuit analysis topics, including fundamentals of DC and AC circuits, methods of analysis, capacitance, inductance, magnetism, simple transients, and computer methods. Hundreds of step by step examples lead the user through the critical thinking processes required to solve problems. Two popular computer simulation packages, OrCAD PSpice Version 9 and Electronics Workbench are integrated throughout the book to support "what-if" situations. With the Online Companion, users can access a web site that contains RealAudio sound-clips that present more in-depth discussions of the most difficult topics covered in each chapter.

Publisher: Thomson Delmar Learning | 2003 | ISBN: 1401811566 | 1108 pages | PDF | 18,7 MB

This new book answers the call for a combined circuit analysis/electronic devices text that emphasizes fundamental concepts, critical thinking, and problem solving. Following the same student-friendly, easy-to-understand format used in Circuit Analysis: Theory and Practice, 3E by Robbins and Miller, topics include: methods of analysis, capacitance, inductance, diodes, op amps, optical devices, and more. Basic electronic devices and their applications are covered in a concise, yet comprehensive manner. Two popular computer application packages, MultiSIM and CadenceR PSpice, both in their latest versions, are integrated throughout to help students learn via hands-on simulation, with step-by-step instructions and full-color screen captures to enhance learning.

Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning | 2006 | 1108 pages | ISBN: 1401879845 | PDF | 18,7 mb

An electrical circuit is a system of interconnected components such as resistors, capacitors, inductors, voltage sources, and so on. The electrical behavior of these components is described by a few basic experimental laws. These laws and the principles, concepts, mathematical relationships, and methods of analysis that have evolved from them are known as circuit theory.

English | 2003 | ISBN: 1401811566 | 1120 pages | PDF | 18 MB

Written for a first course in circuit analysis at the EET level, this updated edition provides user-friendly, easy-to-understand coverage of fundamental circuit analysis topics including standards of DC and AC, methods of analysis, capacitance, inductance, magnetism, simple transients, and more.

English | 2010 | ISBN: 0735585164 | 807 pages | PDF | 46 MB

Students and professors will welcome this new edition of the only text for legal writing and research that covers all three key components of the first-year course – research, writing, and analysis. These distinctive features earned THE LEGAL WRITING HANDBOOK its popularity: comprehensive coverage of analysis, writing, and research; teaches a state of the art approach to legal research, with an emphasis on electronic research; uses a process approach to lead students from pre-writing to drafting, editing, and the final draft; begins with the basics of the legal system, introducing students to how to read and analyze statutes and cases, then takes students through the process of writing an objective memorandum and trial and appellate briefs;