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1 Basic Concepts

1.1 System of Units

1.2 Basic Quantities

1.3 Circuit Elements

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2 Resistive Circuits

2.1 Ohm’s Law

2.2 Kirchhoff’s Laws

2.3 Single-Loop Circuits

2.4 Single-Node-Pair Circuits

2.5 Series and Parallel Resistor Combinations

2.6 Circuits with Series-Parallel Combinations of Resistors

2.7 Wye ⇌ Delta Transformations

2.8 Circuits with Dependent Sources

2.9 Resistor Technologies for Electronic Manufacturing

2.10 Application Examples

2.11 Design Examples

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3Network Theorems

3.1 Nodal Analysis

3.2 Loop Analysis

3.3 Equivalence and Linearity

3.4 Superposition

3.5 Thevenin’s and Norton’s Theorems

3.6 Maximum Power Transfer

3.7 Reciprocity Theorem

3.8 Compensation Theorem

3.9 Millman’s Theorem

3.10 Application Examples

3.11 Design Examples

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4 Operational Amplifiers

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Op-Amp Models

4.3 Fundamental Op-Amp Circuits

4.4 Comparators

4.5 Application Examples

4.6 Design Examples

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5 Capacitance and Inductance

5.1 Capacitors

5.2 Inductors

5.3 Capacitor and Inductor Combinations

5.4 RC Operational Amplifier Circuits

5.5 Application Examples

5.6 Design Examples

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6 First- and Second-Order Transient Circuits

6.1 Introduction

6.2 First-Order Circuits

6.3 Second-Order Circuits

6.4 Application Examples

6.5 Design Examples

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7.1 Sinusoids

7.2 Sinusoidal and Complex Forcing Functions

7.3 Phasors

7.4 Phasor Relationships for Circuit Elements

7.6 Phasor Diagrams

7.7 Basic Analysis Using Kirchhoff’s Laws

7.8 Analysis Techniques

7.9 Application Examples

7.10 Design Examples

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8.1 Instantaneous Power

8.2 Average Power

8.3 Maximum Average Power Transfer

8.4 Effective or RMS Values

8.5 The Power Factor

8.6 Complex Power

8.7 Power Factor Correction

8.8 Single-Phase Three-Wire Circuits

8.9 Safety Considerations

8.10 Application Examples

8.11 Design Examples

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9 Magnetically Coupled Networks

9.1 Mutual Inductance

9.2 Energy Analysis

9.3 The Ideal Transformer

9.4 Safety Considerations

9.5 Application Examples

9.6 Design Examples

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10 Three-Phase Circuits

10.1 Three-Phase Circuits

10.2 Three-Phase Connections

10.4 Power Relationships

10.6 Power Factor Correction

10.7Application Examples

10.8 Design Examples

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11 Variable-Frequency Network Performance

11.1 Variable Frequency-Response Analysis

11.2 Sinusoidal Frequency Analysis

11.3 Resonant Circuits

11.4 Scaling

11.5 Filter Networks

11.6 Application Examples

11.7 Design Examples

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12 The Laplace Transform

12.1 Definition

12.2 Step and Impulse Functions

12.3 Transform Pairs

12.4 Properties of the Laplace Transform

12.5 Performing the Inverse Transform

12.6 Convolution Integral

12.7 Initial-Value and Final-Value Theorems

12.8 Solving Differential Equations Using Laplace Transforms

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13 Application of the Laplace Transform to Circuit Analysis

13.1 Laplace Circuit Solutions

13.2 Circuit Element Models

13.3 Analysis Techniques

13.4 Transfer Function

13.5 Pole-Zero Plot/Bode Plot Connection

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14 Fourier Analysis Techniques

14.1 Fourier Series

14.2 Fourier Transform

14.3 Application Example

14.4 Design Examples

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15 Two-Port Networks

15.2 Impedance Parameters

15.3 Hybrid Parameters

15.4 Transmission Parameters

15.5 Inverse Hybrid Parameters

15.6 Inverse Transmission Parameters

15.7 Parameter Conversions

15.8 Interconnection of Two-Port Networks

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16 Diodes

16.1 Introduction

16.2 Modeling Techniques

16.3 Analysis Using the Diode Equation

16.4 Diode Rectifiers

16.5 Zener Diodes

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APPENDIX A Complex Numbers

APPENDIX B Fundamental of Engineering (FE) Exam Problems (online supplement)

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J. David Irwin is an American engineering educator and author of popular textbooks in electrical engineering and related areas. He is the Earle C. Williams Eminent Scholar and former Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Head at Auburn University.

R. Mark Nelms is the author of Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 12th Edition, published by Wiley.