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Title      : Fundamentals of Electric Circuits with Pspice
Subject      : Fundamentals of Electric Circuits with Pspice
copyright © 2018   : Sanguine Technical Publishers
Author      : Aravinda Murthy AS
Publisher      : Sanguine Technical Publishers
Chapters/Pages      : 15/256
Total Price      : Rs.      : 185
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Kirchoff's Laws Total views (527)  
The Kirchoff's laws are the foundation for all types of circuit analysis. They enunciate what apparently appear to be simple concepts, but their importance can just never be estimated. There is no circuit analysis without "Applying KCL" (Kirchoff's Current Law) or "KVL" (Kirchoff's Voltage Law) as the case may be at one or the other stage of analysis. Like the invention of the incandescent bulb il ......
Pages: 11
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Initial Conditions Total views (528)  
Performance of an electric circuit is characterized by several issues like the type of input, elements of the circuit and their combination, number of switchings, consequent change of configuration and so on. Whatever is the issue, the passive elements namely the resistance, capacitance and inductance exhibit certain fundamental behavior which determine the electrical state of the circuit at any i ......
Pages: 6
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Maximum Power Transform Theorem Total views (526)  
One of the major issues related to electrical engineering is the process of active power transfer from a source to a load through an appropriate network. Though the system may contain multiple sources, as seen between a pair of terminals, the system can be represented by a single generator, as per Thevenin theorem, connected to the load. Hence it is of interest to analyse the power transfer from a ......
Pages: 8
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Millman's Theorem Total views (533)  
It is very common practice in the domain of electrical power engineering to operate more than one generator in parallel as there are several classical advantages, compared to a single generator. To cite a few, the continuity of service is far better, maintenance is much easier, option of shutting down on low system loads resulting in better efficiency, replacement cost is lower and so on. However ......
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Reciprocity Theorem Total views (528)  
In an electrical circuit consisting of LLFBP elements, an excitation due to a source connected between a pair of terminals results in the response at other parts of the circuit. The excitation could be due to a current source or an emf source and the response would be the current through and voltage across the elements. This theorem is concerned with the voltage response due to excitation of curre ......
Pages: 8
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Superposition Theorem Total views (527)  
An electric circuit would often consist of more than one voltage and / or current source. The net effect as regards the response in a given element of the circuit could be expected to be the combined effect of all such sources considered individually. In certain types of analysis, it might be required to know the contribution from a subset of the total sources. The subset may consist of one or mor ......
Pages: 8
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Thevenin's Theorem Total views (529)  
An electric circuit consisting of Linear, Lumped, Finite, Passive and Bilateral (LLFPB) elements is usually the basis for the analysis and understanding of multitudes of electrical and electronic systems, be it an isolated component like an electric motor, an amplifier, or an integration of several components like power systems. Any such device/system is usually represented by an equivalent circui ......
Pages: 13
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Transients Total views (530)  
Transient, as applicable to electric circuits, stands for the general meaning of the term 'transition'. Whenever a circuit is excited by a source, there is a time interval before the response attains a steady state. During this interval of transition, whatever happens to the response is termed as transient response. The importance of transient response is that, though for a small period of transit ......
Pages: 27
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Resonance Total views (531)  
Resonance is an interesting phenomenon in an electrical circuit having vital applications. The reactive elements namely the inductor and capacitor in an AC circuit are frequency sensitive with the reactance of the former increasing with frequency and that of the latter decreasing with frequency. Hence, when a circuit has a combination of these elements along with other elements, and the circuit ha ......
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Locus Diagrams Total views (528)  
In the study of AC circuits, a very familiar type of input is the symmetric sinusoidal waveform with fixed amplitude and frequency. While in practice an excitation for an electric circuit need not always be such a sinusoid, by Fourier methods any non sinusoidal waveforms can be considered as the combination of a significant number of sinusoids with different frequencies, amplitudes and phase. The ......
Pages: 15
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Star-Delta Transformation Total views (533)  
One familiar issue in circuits is the equivalence of two or more configurations. For example, as is well known, two ten ohm resistances connected in parallel is equivalent to one five ohm resistance, two voltage sources of five volts connected in series aiding is equivalent to a ten volts voltage source and as a more difficult example, an voltage source of EMF one hundred volts in series with its ......
Pages: 7
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Symmetrical Components Total views (535)  
One major area of Electrical Engineering is the domain of power generation and supply to the consumers. This could be as small as an isolated diesel generator generating power and supplying a dedicated load such as a shop, a domestic consumer to as large as an integrated system where a number of generating plants are interconnected and power is transmitted through a grid of transmission system to ......
Pages: 18
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Two Port Parameters Total views (535)  
An electrical circuit is a meaningful interconnection of sources and passive components with closed paths for the flow of current. In such an interconnection, pairs of nodes (junctions with at least two or more elements) behave as terminals for receiving the input or taking out the output (like the cargo in a sea port). A pair of terminals could have a source connected to it and another pair at wh ......
Pages: 19
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Filter Circuits Total views (535)  
An electrical filter is a circuit which allows sinusoidal signals of a definite range of frequency to pass through without appreciable loss of strength and blocks the signals outside this range. Though the fundamental meaning of an electrical filter is as simple as this, it is a major area of study with an entire book dedicated to the study of the same being quite common.
Pages: 17
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PSPICE Total views (537)  
PSPICE is the abbreviation for PC based Simulation Programme with Integrated Circuit Emphasis. Historically, PSPICE is an adaptation of SPICE which was compatible with only main frame computers and hence had a limited reach. To put in a nutshell, PSPICE is a virtual electrical-electronics laboratory, with many more advantages than in an actual laboratory. This is because it is essentially a softwa ......
Pages: 85
Price: Rs 63.75   

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