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Test Bank for The Analysis and Design of Linear Circuits, Binder Ready Version (8th Edition) by Roland E. Thomas

By: Roland E. Thomas , Albert J. Rosa , Gregory J. Toussaint
ISBN-10: 1119235383
/ ISBN-13: 9781119235385

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Authors: Roland E. Thomas , Albert J. Rosa , Gregory J. Toussaint
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Table of contents:

Chapter 1 Introduction 1
1-1 About This Book 2
1-2 Symbols and Units 3
1-3 Circuit Variables 5
1-4 Computational and Simulation Software Introduction 10
Chapter 2 Basic Circuit Analysis 16
2-1 Element Constraints 17
2-2 Connection Constraints 22
2-3 Combined Constraints 28
2-4 Equivalent Circuits 34
2-5 Voltage and Current Division 42
2-6 Circuit Reduction 50
2-7 Computer – Aided Circuit Analysis 54
Chapter 3 Circuit Analyisis Techniques 72
3-1 Node: Voltage Analysis 73
3-2 Mesh Current Analysis 89
3-3 Linearity Properties 97
3-4 Thevenin and Norton Equivalent Curcuits 107
3-5 Maximum Signal Transfer 118
3-6 Interface Circuit Design 121
Chapter 4 Active Circuits 150
4-1 Linear Dependent Sources 151
4-2 Analysis of Circuits with Dependent Sources 152
4-3 The Operational Amplifier 171
4-4 OP AMP Circuit Analysis 178
4-5 OP AMP Circuit Design 193
4-6 OP AMP Circuit Applications 199
Chapter 5 Signal Waveforms 233
5-1 Introduction 234
5-2 The Step Waveform 235
5-3 The Exponential Waveform 240
5-4 The Sinusoidal Waveform 245
5-5 Composite Waveforms 252
5-6 Waveform Partial Descriptors 259
Chapter 6 Capacitance and Inductance 274
6-1 The Capacitor 275
6-2 The Inductor 282
6-3 Dynamic OP AMP Circuits 288
6-4 Equivalent Capacitance and Inductance 296
Chapter 7 First and Second-Order Circuits 309
7-1 RC and RL Circuits 310
7-2 First-Order Circuits Step Response 321
7-3 Initial and Final Conditions 329
7-4 First-Order Circuit Response to Exponential and Sinusoidal Inputs 336
7-5 The Series RLC Circuit 344
7-6 The Parallel RLC Circuit 353
7-7 Second-Order Circuit Step Response 359
Chapter 8 Sinusoidal Steady-State Response 382
8-1 Sinusoids and Phasors 383
8-2 Phasor Circuit Analysis 389
8-3 Basic Phasor Circuit Analysis and Design 394
8-4 Circuit Theorems with Phasors 409
8-5 General Circuit Analysis with Phasors 422
8-6 Energy and Power 435
Chapter 9 Laplace Transforms 453
9-1 Signal Waveforms and Transforms 454
9-2 Basic Properties and Pairs 458
9-3 Pole-Zero Diagrams 466
9-4 Inverse Laplace Transforms 469
9-5 Circuit Response Using Laplace Transforms 480
9-6 Initial and Final Value Properties 488
Chapter 10 Domain Circuit Analysis 498
10-1 Transformed Circuits 499
10-2 Basic Circuit Analysis in the Domain 508
10-3 Circuit Theorems in the s Domain 513
10-4 Node Voltage Analysis in the s Domain 523
10-5 Mesh-Current Analysis in the s Domain 532
10-6 Summary of s-Domain Circuit Analysis 538
Chapter 11 Network Functions 554
11-1 Definition of a Network Function 555
11-2 Network Function of One- and Two-Port Circuits 558
11-3 Network Functions and Impluse Response 569
11-4 Network Functions and Step Response 572
11-5 Network Functions and Sinusoidal Steady-State Response 576
11-6 Impluse Response and Convolution 583
11-7 Network Function Design and Evaluation 589
Chapter 12 Frequency Response 616
12-1 Frequency-Response Descriptors 617
12-2 Bode Diagrams 619
12-3 First-Order Low-Pass and High-Pass Responses 621
12-4 Bandpass and Bandstop Responses 637
12-5 The Frequency Response of RLC Circuits 643
12-6 Bode Diagrams with Real Poles and Zeros 652
12-7 Bode Diagrams with Complex Poles Zeros 661
12-8 Frequency Response and Step Response 667
Chapter 13 Fourier Series 686
13-1 Overview of Fourier Series 687
13-2 Fourier Coefficients 688
13-3 Waveform Symmetries 697
13-4 Circuit Analysis Using the Fourier Series 699
13-5 RMS Value and Average Power 706
Chapter 14 Active Filter Design 719
14-1 Active Filters 720
14-2 Second-Order Low-Pass and High-Pass Filters 721
14-3 Second-Order Bandpass and Bandstop Filters 730
14-4 Low-Pass Filter Design 739
14-5 Low-Pass Filter Evaluation 757
14-6 High-Pass Filter Design 760
14-7 Bandpass and Bandstop Filter Design 772
Chapter 15 Mutual Inductance and Transformers 785
15-1 Coupled Inductors 786
15-2 The Dot Convention 788
15-3 Energy Analysis 790
15-4 The Ideal Transformer 792
15-5 Linear Transformers 799
Chapter 16 AC Power Systems 811
16-1 Average and Reactive Power 812
16-2 Complex Power 814
16-3 Single-Phase Circuit Analysis 817
16-4 Single-Phase Power Flow 821
16-5 Balanced Three-Phase Circuits 825
16-6 Three-Phase Circuit Analysis 830
16-7 Three-Phase Power Flow 841
Appendix A Complex Numbers 850
Answers to Selected Problems 854
Index 881
Web Chapter 17 Two-Port Networks WC1
17-1 Introduction WC2
17-2 Impedance Parameters WC3
17-3 Admittance Parameters WC5
17-4 Hybrid Parameters WC7
17-5 Transmission Parameters WC10
17-6 Two-Port Conversions and Connections wc12
Web Appendix A Solution of Linear Equations
Web Appendix B Butterworth and Chebyshev Poles
Web Appendix C Fourier Transform
Web Appendix D Computational Tools
Web Appendix E Solutions to Exercises


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