Newnes Circuit Calculations Pocket Book

Newnes Circuit Calculations Pocket Book

with Computer Programs

1st Edition - September 14, 1992

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  • Author: Thomas J. Davies
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483101132

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Newnes Circuit Calculations Pocket Book: With Computer Programs presents equations, examples, and problems in circuit calculations. The text includes 300 computer programs that help solve the problems presented. The book is comprised of 20 chapters that tackle different aspects of circuit calculation. The coverage of the text includes dc voltage, dc circuits, and network theorems. The book also covers oscillators, phasors, and transformers. The text will be useful to electrical engineers and other professionals whose work involves electronic circuitry.

Table of Contents


  • Preface

    Note on the Computer Programs

    1 The D.C. Voltage

    1.1 Introduction

    1.2 Units

    2 Resistors

    2.1 Introduction

    2.2 Units

    2.3 Resistance Formulas

    2.4 Resistor Values

    2.5 Resistor Circuits

    3 D.C. Circuits

    3.1 Current

    3.2 Units of Current

    3.3 Ohm's Law

    3.4 Power

    3.5 Types of Circuits

    3.6 Measurements

    3.7 The Wheatstone Bridge

    4 Network Theorems

    4.1 Kirchhoffs Laws

    4.2 Superposition Theorem

    4.3 Thevenin's Theorem

    4.4 Norton's Theorem

    4.5 Maximum Power Transfer

    5 Time

    5.1 Introduction

    5.2 Units Used

    5.3 Conversion of Seconds to Milliseconds, Microseconds and Nanoseconds

    5.4 Conversion of Milliseconds, Microseconds and Nanoseconds to Seconds

    6 The A.C. Voltage

    6.1 Introduction

    6.2 Voltage Generating

    6.3 Instantaneous Value

    6.4 Peak, Peak to Peak and R.M.S. Values

    6.5 Frequency

    6.6 Wavelength

    6.7 Average Value for a Sine Wave

    6.8 Graphical Determination of R.M.S. Value of a Sine Wave

    6.9 Graphical Determination of Average and R.M.S. Values of a Non-Sinusoidal Waveform

    7 Capacitors

    7.1 Introduction

    7.2 Units

    7.3 Capacitor Formulas

    7.4 Capacitor Circuits

    7.5 Reactance

    8 Inductors

    8.1 Introduction

    8.2 Units

    8.3 Inductor Formulas

    8.4 Inductor Circuits

    8.5 Reactance (Sinusoidal Voltages Only)

    9 D.C. Transients

    9.1 Introduction

    9.2 C-R Circuit

    9.3 L-R Circuit

    10 Electromagnetism

    10.1 Force on a Conductor, F

    10.2 E.M.F. Generated, E

    10.3 Magnetomotive Force, F

    10.4 Magnetic Field Strength, H

    10.5 Permeability

    10.6 Total Flux

    10.7 Relative and Absolute Permeabilities

    10.8 Reluctance, Rm

    11 A.C. Circuits

    11.1 Introduction

    11.2 Resistor, R

    11.3 Inductor, L

    11.4 Capacitor, C

    11.5 Series Circuits

    11.6 Parallel Circuits

    12 Phasors

    12.1 Introduction

    12.2 Addition

    12.3 Subtraction

    12.4 Multiplication

    12.5 Division

    12.6 Further Addition

    13 Transformers

    13.1 Introduction

    13.2 Transformer Action

    13.3 Maximum Power Transfer

    14 D.C. Supplies

    14.1 Introduction

    14.2 Battery Connections

    14.3 Battery Charger

    14.4 Rectifier Circuits

    14.5 Power Supply Unit

    14.6 Voltage Regulators

    15 Transistor Amplifiers

    15.1 Introduction

    15.2 Common Emitter - Static Conditions

    15.3 Common Emitter - Dynamic Conditions

    15.4 Common Base - Static Conditions

    15.5 Common Base - Dynamic Conditions

    15.6 Common Collector

    16 Operational Amplifiers

    16.1 Open Loop Amplifiers

    16.2 Closed Loop Amplifiers

    16.3 Summing Amplifiers

    16.4 Subtracting Amplifiers

    17 Oscillators

    17.1 Introduction

    17.2 R-C Phase Shift Oscillator

    17.3 Wien Bridge Oscillator

    17.4 Twin-T Oscillator

    17.5 Non-Sinusoidal Oscillators

    17.6 Sawtooth Waveform

    17.7 Triangular Waveform

    18 Filters and Attenuators

    18.1 Introduction to Filters

    18.2 The Decibel

    18.3 Low Pass Filters

    18.4 High Pass Filters

    18.5 Introduction to Attenuators

    18.6 Symmetrical T Attenuator

    18.7 Asymmetrical T Attenuator

    18.8 Symmetrical π Attenuator

    18.9 Asymmetrical π Attenuator

    19 Denary, Binary and Logic

    19.1 The Denary System

    19.2 The Binary System

    19.3 Octal Numbers

    19.4 Hexadecimal Numbers

    19.5 Logic Gates and Truth Tables

    20 Two- and Three-Phase Systems

    20.1 Introduction

    20.2 Two-Phase Supply

    20.3 Three-Phase Supply

    20.4 Three-Phase Star Connected Load

    20.5 Three-phase Delta Connected Load

    Appendix Symbols, Abbreviations and Definitions

    Answers to Problems

    Index

Product details

  • No. of pages: 384
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Newnes 1992
  • Published: September 14, 1992
  • Imprint: Newnes
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483101132

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