Table of contents for Engineering circuit analysis / William H. Hayt, Jr., Jack E. Kemmerly, Steven M. Durbin.

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CONTENTS
Preface vii
C H A P T E R 1
Circuit Analysis and Electrical Engineering 1
1.1 Introduction 1
1.2 Overview of the Text 2
1.3 Relationship of Circuit Analysis to Engineering 3
1.4 Analysis and Design 4
1.5 Computer-Aided Analysis 5
1.6 Successful Problem-Solving Strategies 5
1.7 Recommended Reading 6
C H A P T E R 2
Basic Components and Electric Circuits 7
2.1 Introduction 7
2.2 Units and Scales 7
2.3 Charge, Current, Voltage, and Power 9
2.4 Voltage and Current Sources 15
2.5 Ohm?s Law 19
2.6 Summary and Review 23
Exercises 23
C H A P T E R 3
Voltage and Current Laws 29
3.1 Introduction 29
3.2 Nodes, Paths, Loops, and Branches 29
3.3 Kirchoff?s Current Law 30
3.4 Kirchoff?s Voltage Law 32
3.5 The Single-Loop Circuit 36
3.6 The Single Node-Pair Circuit 38
3.7 Series and Parallel Connected Independent Sources 42
3.8 Resistors in Series and Parallel 43
3.9 Voltage and Current Division 49
3.10 Summary and Review 54
Exercises 55
C H A P T E R 4
Basic Nodal and Mesh Analysis 69
4.1 Introduction 69
4.2 Nodal Analysis 69
4.3 The Supernode 74
4.4 Mesh Analysis 77
4.5 The Supermesh 81
4.6 Nodal vs. Mesh Analysis: A Comparison 83
4.7 Computer-Aided Circuit Analysis 85
4.8 Summary and Review 89
Exercises 90
C H A P T E R 5
Useful Circuit Analysis Techniques 101
5.1 Introduction 101
5.2 Linearity and Superposition 101
5.3 Source Transformations 110
5.4 Thevenin and Norton Equivalent Circuits 116
5.5 Maximum Power Transfer 125
5.6 Delta-Wye Conversion 127
5.7 Selecting an Approach: A Comparison of Various Techniques 129
5.8 Summary and Review 130
Exercises 131
C H A P T E R 6
The Operational Amplier 147
6.1 Introduction 147
6.2 Background 147
6.3 The Ideal Op Amp: A Cordial Introduction 148
6.4 Cascaded Stages 154
6.5 A More Detailed Model for the Op Amp 155
6.6 Practical Considerations 159
6.7 Summary and Review 164
Exercises 164
C H A P T E R 7
Capacitors and Inductors 173
7.1 Introduction 173
7.2 The Capacitor 173
7.3 The Inductor 180
7.4 Inductance and Capacitance Combinations 188
7.5 Consequences of Linearity 192
7.6 Simple Op Amp Circuits with Capacitors 194
7.7 Duality 196
7.8 Modeling Capacitors and Inductors with PSpice 200
7.9 Summary and Review 201
Exercises 202
C H A P T E R 8
Basic RL and RC Circuits 211
8.1 Introduction 211
8.2 The Source-Free RL Circuit 211
8.3 Properties of the Exponential Response 216
8.4 The Source-Free RC Circuit 220
8.5 A More General Perspective 222
8.6 The Unit-Step Function 227
8.7 Driven RL Circuits 230
8.8 Natural and Forced Response 233
8.9 Driven RC Circuits 239
8.10 Summary and Review 245
Exercises 245
C H A P T E R 9
The RLC Circuit 261
9.1 Introduction 261
9.2 The Source-Free Parallel Circuit 261
9.3 The Overdamped Parallel RLC Circuit 265
9.4 Critical Damping 270
9.5 The Underdamped Parallel RLC Circuit 274
9.6 The Source-Free Series RLC Circuit 280
9.7 The Complete Response of the RLC Circuit 284
9.8 The Lossless LC Circuit 292
9.9 Summary and Review 294
Exercises 295
C H A P T E R 10
Sinusoidal Steady-State Analysis 303
10.1 Introduction 303
10.2 Characteristics of Sinusoids 303
10.3 Forced Response to Sinusoidal Functions 306
10.4 The Complex Forcing Function 309
10.5 The Phasor 314
10.6 Phasor Relationships for R, L, and C 317
10.7 Impedance 321
10.8 Admittance 326
10.9 Nodal and Mesh Analysis 327
10.10 Superposition, Source Transformations, and Thevenin?s Theorem 331
10.11 Phasor Diagrams 336
10.12 Summary 340
Exercises 340
C H A P T E R 11
AC Power Circuit Analysis 353
11.1 Introduction 353
11.2 Instantaneous Power 354
11.3 Average Power 356
11.4 Effective Values of Current and Voltage 366
11.5 Apparent Power and Power Factor 371
11.6 Complex Power 373
11.7 Comparison of Power Terminology 378
11.8 Summary and Review 379
Exercises 380
C H A P T E R 12
Polyphase Circuits 389
12.1 Introduction 389
12.2 Polyphase Systems 390
12.3 Single-Phase Three-Wire Systems 392
12.4 Three-Phase Y-Y Connection 396
12.5 The Delta (_) Connection 401
12.6 Power Measurement in Three-Phase Systems 406
12.7 Summary and Review 415
Exercises 416
C H A P T E R 13
Magnetically Coupled Circuits 423
13.1 Introduction 423
13.2 Mutual Inductance 424
13.3 Energy Considerations 431
13.4 The Linear Transformer 434
13.5 The Ideal Transformer 440
13.6 Summary and Review 450
Exercises 450
C H A P T E R 14
Complex Frequency and the
Laplace Transform 461
14.1 Introduction 461
14.2 Complex Frequency 461
14.3 The Damped Sinusoidal Forcing Function 465
14.4 Definition of the Laplace Transform 468
14.5 Laplace Transforms of Simple Time Functions 471
14.6 Inverse Transform Techniques 474
14.7 Basic Theorems for the Laplace Transform 479
14.8 The Initial-Value and Final-Value Theorems 485
14.9 Summary and Review 488
Exercises 488
C H A P T E R 15
Circuit Analysis in the s-Domain 495
15.1 Introduction 495
15.2 Z(s) and Y(s) 495
15.3 Nodal and Mesh Analysis in the s-Domain 501
15.4 Additional Circuit Analysis Techniques 507
15.5 Poles, Zeros, and Transfer Functions 510
15.6 Convolution 511
15.7 The Complex-Frequency Plane 520
15.8 Natural Response and the s-Plane 529
15.9 A Technique for Synthesizing the Voltage Ratio H(s) = Vout/Vin 534
15.10 Summary and Review 536
Exercises 537
C H A P T E R 16
Frequency Response 545
16.1 Introduction 545
16.2 Parallel Resonance 545
16.3 More about Parallel Resonance 553
16.4 Series Resonance 559
16.5 Other Resonant Forms 561
16.6 Scaling 569
16.7 Bode Diagrams 574
16.8 Filters 587
16.9 Summary and Review 595
Exercises 596
C H A P T E R 17
Two-Port Networks 605
17.1 Introduction 605
17.2 One-Port Networks 605
17.3 Admittance Parameters 610
17.4 Some Equivalent Networks 617
17.5 Impedance Parameters 625
17.6 Hybrid Parameters 630
17.7 Transmission Parameters 633
17.8 Summary and Review 637
Exercises 637
C H A P T E R 18
Fourier Circuit Analysis 645
18.1 Introduction 645
18.2 Trigonometric Form of the Fourier Series 646
18.3 The Use of Symmetry 654
18.4 Complete Response to Periodic Forcing Functions 658
18.5 Complex Form of the Fourier Series 661
18.6 Definition of the Fourier Transform 667
18.7 Some Properties of the Fourier Transform 670
18.8 Fourier Transform Pairs for Some Simple Time Functions 674
18.9 The Fourier Transform of a General Periodic Time Function 678
18.10 The System Function and Response in the Frequency Domain 680
18.11 The Physical Significance of the System Function 685
18.12 Summary and Review 689
Exercises 690
C H A P T E R 19
State-Variable Analysis (Web Only)
19.1 Introduction
19.2 State Variables and Normal-Form Equations
19.3 Writing a Set of Normal-Form Equations
19.4 The Use of Matrix Notation
19.5 Solution of the First-Order Equation
19.6 The Solution of the Matrix Equation
19.7 A Further Look at the State-Transition Matrix
19.8 Summary and Review
Exercises
Appendix 1 An Introduction to Network Topology 697
Appendix 2 Solution of Simultaneous Equations 709
Appendix 3 A Proof of Thevenin?s Theorem 717
Appendix 4 A PSpice Tutorial 721
Appendix 5 Complex Numbers 727
Appendix 6 A Brief MATLAB Tutorial 737
Appendix 7 Additional Laplace Transform Theorems 741
Appendix 8 Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems 747
Index 775

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Electric circuit analysis.
Electric network analysis.