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by Robert L. Boylestad

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  • ISBN 0023131616
  • ISBN13 978-0023131615
  • Language English
  • Author Robert L. Boylestad
  • Publisher Merrill Pub Co; 7th edition (August 1993)
  • Pages 1114
  • Formats docx mbr mobi lrf
  • Category Engineering
  • Subcategory Engineering
  • Size ePub 1396 kb
  • Size Fb2 1995 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 770

This book was used in an introductory electronic circuitry class. The chapters step through the basics of circuitry and the problems help make the basics real.

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Introductory circuit analysis. by. Boylestad, Robert L. Publication date. PSpice, Electric circuits, Electric circuit analysis. Columbus : Merrill Pub.

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This book brings together the common and traditional circuit analysis techniques with system and signal theory to enable students to apply the theory for analysis, as well as modelling of noise, in a broad range of electronic circuits. Автор: J. David Irwin Название: A Brief Introduction to Circuit Analysis, Interactive Homework Companion ISBN: 0471432342 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780471432340 Издательство: Wiley Рейтинг

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Diğer baskılar - Tümünü görüntüle. Introductory Circuit Analysis Robert L. Boylestad Metin Parçacığı görünümü - 2003. Introductory Circuit Analysis Önizleme Yok - 1968. The inspiration for this one-of-a-kind text grew from Bob Boylestad's desire to provide students with a comprehensive learning tool that hones in on the most important circuit analysis concepts in an exciting and fresh manner. This same vision has resulted in a completely new publishing endeavor by the author and Prentice Hall-a text that delivers all of the essential knowledge a student should carry away from an introductory DC/AC circuits course in one concise, practical, engaging volume.

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Circuit analysis is a very intense, math-oriented field. The objective is to be able to predict a voltage or current at ANY spot in a circuit, and be sure the circuit is efficient vs. the laws of electricity and electronics. LINEAR circuits can use techniques like complex numbers, substitution, simplification, etc., but NON LINEAR means you're getting into the most advanced math on the planet: Fourier transforms, matrix calculus, linear algebra, tensors, systems of inequality equations, and much more. Even a single semiconductor (eg. pn diode) makes the circuit nonlinear, as do time varying components, oscillators, etc., so-- tough subject.

That means that most Engineering, academic texts are out of the reach of many undergrads unless they got through linear algebra. LaPlace transforms, graph theory, wavelets, etc. are all ADVANCED topics. So, you get an electronics text instead, learn the basics, but really miss out on WHY the circuits are doing what they are doing. This is where this book shines! The author does an AMAZING job of covering real analysis without resorting to calculus hardly at all-- making the book PERFECT for hobbyists, self study, and electronics "techs."

In fact, he covers a LOT of basic electronics too-- you can really start with NO knowledge of the difference between a capacitor and resistor, and progress all the way through 555's, transistors, op-amps and all the rest! I review books for library purchasers and out of the 25 top electronics and analysis texts, I'd rate this #1 for self study/ beginners, in BOTH electronics and circuit analysis! Then, if you want to go farther, go ahead and explore the linear algebra/ Fourier etc. calculus based texts. I mean, even a charge moving past a point at time=t is a derivative, so this author does the almost impossible by not getting into integrals by page two! The truth is, a lot of real engineers (like me) use rules of thumb and shortcuts much more than we use dynamic systems of differential equations all day to check our designs! PSpice to the rescue-- and there is a LOT here!

For reference, I AM a circuit analyst at payroy dot com who evaluates circuits for uniqueness as well as ideal function, and still find this text outstanding for simplifying explanations without dumbing them down. After all, the truth is, we engineers SOLVE circuit analysis problems BY simplifying them-- making complex circuits simpler with analogies, piecewise linearization of non linears, nodal and mesh analysis, etc.! Work smarter, not harder.

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I needed this book for a class / the FE. Back when Civil FE still had some basic electrical questions in it. I took my FE in 2012. I was told that the more recent FE did away with the electrical questions for non-electrical disciplines: civil, chemical, etc. The text was easy to read and comprehend, maybe in part my professor did a good job explaining the materials, but I felt that I learned quite a bit of side information from the readings. Professors have neither the time nor energy to cover everything. If you are the self-taught type, this book might be perfect for you. As the headline states, I am not an electrical engineer so I am not quite sure how the book measure up against other electrical textbooks.
Remember, Electronics is almost 100% math. I consider this book "Electronics Math" instead of electronics. It's very in-depth regarding mostly all the math required for electronics engineering and analysis. Very informative and it's laid out pretty well. It's one of the only math/electronics books that I can actually sit down and read... and actually LEARN something. Great for people who like me who despise reading and have no attention span whatsoever.

I have found multiple mistakes/typos. Usually isn't anything imperative, but still annoying. It seems like books should be proofread before publishing, especially since we have to mortgage our lives to buy them.
I used this book as an undergraduate electronic engineering major back in 1979-82. It is still one of the best textbooks on the subject of fundamental circuit analysis. It is clear and concise.
The concepts and information in this text are still applicable. Highly recommended for a course in circuit analysis. It always helps to use supporting textbooks or information sources that provide a different learning perspective.
Excellent text The fact that full solutions (not just answers) to all the problems (not just the odd numbered ones) are included in, makes this book far more valuable than textbooks where this is not the case!
This is a good book. Lots of pictures and illustrations. I had a hard time in Physics 2 with electrical theory but this text has helped me understand and grasp the concept much better! Of course Phy-2 material was covered in 3 weeks and this course goes over the material for 16 weeks but I liked it.
Used it for my college courses and its probably the most helpful Engineering textbook I've had to date.
I saved a good deal of money buying this book and I still own it after the course. I'm not 100% convinced I like how the information is relayed in the Boylestad books. I have found its lacking when it comes to giving all necessary calculations.