Table of contents for Fundamentals of electrical engineering and technology / William D. Stanley, John Hackworth, Richard L. Jones.

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PREFACE
Part I  Basic Circuit Analysis
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Basic DC Circuits	
	Overview and Objectives  
1-1	DC Circuit Variables  
1-2	A Very Simple DC Circuit  
1-3	Measuring DC Circuit Variables  
1-4	Power and Energy  
1-5	Kirchhoff¿s Laws  
1-6	Equivalent Resistance  
1-7	Single-Loop or Series Circuit  
1-8	Single Node-Pair or Parallel Circuit  
1-9	Voltage and Current Divider Rules  
	Problems  
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General DC Circuit Analysis	
	Overview and Objectives 
2-1	Mesh Current Analysis  
2-2	Node Voltage Analysis  
2-3	Source Transformations 
2-4	Thevenin¿s and Norton¿s Theorems  
	Problems  
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Transient Circuits	
	Overview and Objectives  
3-1	Basic Circuit Parameters  
3-2	Boundary Conditions for Energy Storage Elements  
3-3	First-Order Circuits with DC Excitations  
3-4	Inductance and Capacitance 
Combinations  
	Problems  
Part II  ALTERNATING CURRENT CIRCUITS
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AC Circuits I	
	Overview and Objectives  
4-1	Sinusoidal Functions  
4-2	Phasors  
4-3	AC Voltage-Current Relationships  
4-4	AC Impedance  
	Problems  
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AC Circuits II	
	Overview and Objectives  
5-1	DC and RMS Values  
5-2	Complex Power in AC Circuits 
5-3	Power Factor Correction  
5-4	Admittance  
5-5	Resonance  
	Problems  
Part III  ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND LINEAR ELECTRONICS
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Diodes and Their Applications	
	Overview and Objectives  
6-1	Semiconductor Concepts  
6-2	Junction Diode  
6-3	Diode Circuit Models  
6-4	Diode Rectifier Circuits  
6-5	Rectifier Circuits with Filtering  
6-6	Survey of Other Diode Types  
6-7	Zener Regulator Circuits  
	Problems  
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Transistors	
	Overview and Objectives  
7-1	Introduction  
7-2	Bipolar Junction Transistor  
7-3	BJT Operating Regions  
7-4	BJT Characteristic Curves  
7-5	Brief Look at a Classical BJT Amplifier Circuit  
7-6	BJT Switches  
7-7	Field Effect Transistor Family  
7-8	Junction Field Effect Transistors  
7-9	Brief Look at Classical JFET Amplifier 
Circuit  
7-10	MOSFETs  
7-11	FET Switches  
7-12	FET Schematic Summary   
	Problems  
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Operational Amplifiers	
	Overview and Objectives  
8-1	Amplifier Properties  
8-2	Operational Amplifiers  
8-3	Operational Amplifier Circuit 
Analysis  
8-4	Inverting Amplifier Circuit  
8-5	Noninverting Amplifier Circuit  
8-6	Operational Amplifier Controlled 
Sources  
8-7	Circuits That Combine Signals  
8-8	Integration and Differentiation 
Circuits  
8-9	Active Filters  
8-10	Voltage Regulation with an Op-Amp  
	Problems  
Part IV  DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
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Digital Circuits: Basic Combinational 
Forms 	
	Overview and Objectives  
9-1	Binary Number System  
9-2	Negative Binary Numbers  
9-3	Subtraction Using Twos-Complement Numbers  
9-4	Hexadecimal Number System  
9-5	Octal Number System  
9-6	Binary Coded Decimal  
9-7	Fundamental Logic Operations  
9-8	NAND and NOR Operations  
9-9	Boolean Algebra and Switching 
Functions  
9-10	Boolean Reduction and Karnaugh 
Maps  
9-11	K-Maps with Don¿t Care 
Conditions  
9-12	DeMorgan¿s Theorem  
9-13	Boolean Expansion  
9-14	Exclusive OR and Exclusive NOR  
9-15	Logic Diagrams and Combinational 
Logic  
	Problems  
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Digital Circuits: Advanced Combinational Forms 	
	Overview and Objectives  
10-1	Adders  
10-2	Decoders  
10-3	Encoders  
10-4	Multiplexers  
10-5	Integrated-Circuit Digital Logic 
Families  
	Problems  
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Digital Circuits: Sequential Forms	
	Overview and Objectives 	
11-1	Introduction  
11-2	Latch and Flip Flop 
Initialization  
11-3	Latches  
11-4	Flip Flops  
11-5	Parallel Registers  
11-6	Serial (Shift) Registers  
11-7	Counters  
11-8	Memories  
	Problems  
Part V  POWER SYSTEM FUNDAMENTALS
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Magnetic Circuits	
	Overview and Objectives  
12-1	Magnetism and Electromagnetism  
12-2	Flux  
12-3	Flux Density  
12-4	Magnetomotive Force  
12-5	Reluctance  
12-6	Determining Magnetic Field Direction of an Electromagnet  
12-7	Closed (Circular) Cores  
12-8	Magnetic Field Intensity  
12-9	Permeability  
	Problems  
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Three-Phase Circuits 	
	Overview and Objectives  
13-1	Introduction to Three-Phase 
Theory  
13-2	Phase Voltages and Line 
Voltages  
13-3	Three-Phase Sequencing  
13-4	Three-Phase Wye and Delta 
Connections  
13-5	Three-Phase Wye and Delta Load Connections  
13-6	Three-Phase Power Calculations  
13-7	Comparison of Power Flow in Single- and 
Three-Phase Systems  
	Problems  
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Transformers 	
	Overview and Objectives  
14-1	Introduction  
14-2	The Ideal Transformer  
14-3	Transformer Power Losses  
14-4	Transformer Efficiency 
14-5	Effect of Power Factor on Transformer Performance  
14-6	Impedance Reflection  
14-7	Impedance Matching Transformers  
14-8	Transformer Construction  
14-9	Three-Phase Transformers  
14-10	Autotransformers  
14-11	Instrument Transformers  
14-12	Useful Transformer Tips  
	Problems  
Part Vi  ELECTRICAL MACHINES
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DC Machines 	
	Overview and Objectives  
15-1	Introduction  
15-2	Magnetic Induction and the DC 
Generator  
15-3	Shunt and Compound DC Generator  
15-4	Motor Action and the DC Motor  
15-5	Shunt, Series, and Compound DC 
Motor  
15-6	Dynamic Braking of DC Motors  
	Problems  
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AC Machines 	
	Overview and Objectives  
16-1	Introduction  
16-2	AC Generator (Alternator)  
16-3	Three-Phase Induction Motor  
16-4	Single-Phase Induction Motor  
16-5	Reluctance Motor  
16-6	Universal Motor  
	Problems  
Part ViI  CURRENT ADDITIONAL TOPICS
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Programmable Logic Controllers 	
	Overview and Objectives  
17-1	Introduction  
17-2	Introduction to Machine Controls  
17-3	Machine Control Components  
17-4	Ladder Diagrams  
17-5	Latch Circuit  
17-6	PLC Types  
17-7	PLC Configuration  
17-8	PLC Operation  
17-9	Fundamental PLC Programming  
17-10	PLC Programs with Timers  
17-11	Advanced PLC Features  
17-12	PLC Wiring  
	Problems  
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Digital Communications 	
	Overview and Objectives  
18-1	Introduction and Terminology  
18-2	Encoding and Transmission 
of Textual Data  
18-3	Sampling an Analog Signal  
18-4	Pulse Code Modulation  
18-5	Analog-to-Digital and Digital-to-Analog Conversion  
18-6	Modulation Methods  
18-7	M-ary Encoding  
	Problems  
Part ViII  MULTISIM LABORATORY
	Notational Differences  
	Introduction  
	Primer  
	MultiSIM Examples for Chapter 1  
	MultiSIM Examples for Chapter 2  
	MultiSIM Examples for Chapter 3  
	MultiSIM Examples for Chapter 4  
	MultiSIM Examples for Chapter 5  
	MultiSIM Examples for Chapter 6  
	MultiSIM Examples for Chapter 7  
	MultiSIM Examples for Chapter 8  
	MultiSIM Examples for Chapter 9  
	MultiSIM Examples for Chapter 10 
	MultiSIM Examples for Chapter 11 
	MultiSIM Examples for Chapter 13 
	MultiSIM Examples for Chapter 14 
	MultiSIM Examples for Chapter 15 
	MultiSIM Examples for Chapter 16 
	MultiSIM Examples for Chapter 17 
	MultiSIM Examples for Chapter 18 
Appendix A    Solving Simultaneous 
Equations	
Appendix B     Complex Numbers	
B-1	Addition and Subtraction of Complex Numbers  
B-2	Multiplication and Division  
Answers to Selected Odd-Numbered 
Problems	
Index	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Electric engineering -- Textbooks.
Electronic circuits -- Textbooks.
Electronics -- Textbooks.