Electrical, Electronics And Computer Engineering For Scientists And Engineers

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New Age International, 2007 - Electrical engineering - 528 pages
This Book Presents A Lucid And Systematic Exposition Of The Basic Principles Involved In Electrical And Electronics Engineering. A Wide Spectrum Of Concepts Is Covered, Ranging From The Basic Principles Of Electric Circuits To The Advanced Area Of Microprocessors.The Fundamental Concepts Are Explained In Sufficient Detail And Are Adequately Illustrated Through Suitable Solved Examples.This Edition Includes New Chapters On * Dc Machines * Ac Machines * Electrical Measuring Instruments * Communication Systems * OscillatorsThe Discussion Of Several Other Topics Has Also Been Suitably Revised And Updated.The Book Would Serve As An Excellent For Undergraduate Engineering And Diploma Students Of All Disciplines. Amie Candidates And Practising Engineers Would Also Find It Extremely Useful.
 

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Contents

Fundamental Concepts 120
1
Basic Circuit Concepts 2141
21
Network Theorems 4280
42
Field and Circuit Fundametnals 81113
81
Alternating Current Circuits 114164
114
Direct Current Machines 165192
165
Alternating Current Machines 193225
193
Domestic Wiring 226233
226
Semiconductor Devices 259328
259
Operational Amplifiers 329358
329
Oscillators 359366
359
Communication Systems 367378
367
Digital Logic 379435
379
Computer Concepts 436458
436
Microprocessor and Programming
459
Index 513516
513

Electrical and Electronic Measuring
234

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