The Resource Transients for Electrical Engineers : Elementary SwitchedCircuit Analysis in the Time and Laplace Transform Domains (with a touch of MATLABʼ), by Paul J. Nahin, (electronic resource)
Transients for Electrical Engineers : Elementary SwitchedCircuit Analysis in the Time and Laplace Transform Domains (with a touch of MATLABʼ), by Paul J. Nahin, (electronic resource)
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 This book offers a concise introduction to the analysis of electrical transients aimed at students who have completed introductory circuits and freshman calculus courses. While it is written under the assumption that these students are encountering transient electrical circuits for the first time, the mathematical and physical theory is not 'watereddown.' That is, the analysis of both lumped and continuous (transmission line) parameter circuits is performed with the use of differential equations (both ordinary and partial) in the time domain, and the Laplace transform. The transform is fully developed in the book for readers who are not assumed to have seen it before. The use of singular time functions (unit step and impulse) is addressed and illustrated through detailed examples. The appearance of paradoxical circuit situations, often ignored in many textbooks (because they are, perhaps, considered 'difficult' to explain) is fully embraced as an opportunity to challenge students. In addition, historical commentary is included throughout the book, to combat the misconception that the material in engineering textbooks was found engraved on Biblical stones, rather than painstakingly discovered by people of genius who often went down many wrong paths before finding the right one. MATLABʼ is used throughout the book, with simple codes to quickly and easily generate transient response curves
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 eng
 Edition
 1st ed. 2019
 Extent
 1 online resource (XXVI, 189 p. 70 illus., 1 illus. in color.)
 Contents

 Foreword
 Preface
 Acknowledgments.About the Author
 1 Basic Circuit Concepts
 2 Transients in the Time Domain
 3 The Laplace Transform
 4 Transients in the Transform Domain
 5 Transmission Lines
 6 Transients in Transmission Lines
 Appendix 1: Euler's identity
 Appendix 2: Heaviside's Distortionless Transmission Line Condition
 Appendix 3 How to Solve for the Step Response of the Atlantic Cable Diffusion Equation Without the Laplace Transform
 Appendix 4 A Short Table of Laplace Transforms and Theorems
 Index
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 9783030084905
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 Transients for Electrical Engineers : Elementary SwitchedCircuit Analysis in the Time and Laplace Transform Domains (with a touch of MATLABʼ)
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 Transients for Electrical Engineers
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 Elementary SwitchedCircuit Analysis in the Time and Laplace Transform Domains (with a touch of MATLABʼ)
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 by Paul J. Nahin
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 This book offers a concise introduction to the analysis of electrical transients aimed at students who have completed introductory circuits and freshman calculus courses. While it is written under the assumption that these students are encountering transient electrical circuits for the first time, the mathematical and physical theory is not 'watereddown.' That is, the analysis of both lumped and continuous (transmission line) parameter circuits is performed with the use of differential equations (both ordinary and partial) in the time domain, and the Laplace transform. The transform is fully developed in the book for readers who are not assumed to have seen it before. The use of singular time functions (unit step and impulse) is addressed and illustrated through detailed examples. The appearance of paradoxical circuit situations, often ignored in many textbooks (because they are, perhaps, considered 'difficult' to explain) is fully embraced as an opportunity to challenge students. In addition, historical commentary is included throughout the book, to combat the misconception that the material in engineering textbooks was found engraved on Biblical stones, rather than painstakingly discovered by people of genius who often went down many wrong paths before finding the right one. MATLABʼ is used throughout the book, with simple codes to quickly and easily generate transient response curves
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 Transients for Electrical Engineers : Elementary SwitchedCircuit Analysis in the Time and Laplace Transform Domains (with a touch of MATLABʼ), by Paul J. Nahin, (electronic resource)
 Contents
 Foreword  Preface  Acknowledgments.About the Author  1 Basic Circuit Concepts  2 Transients in the Time Domain  3 The Laplace Transform  4 Transients in the Transform Domain  5 Transmission Lines  6 Transients in Transmission Lines  Appendix 1: Euler's identity  Appendix 2: Heaviside's Distortionless Transmission Line Condition  Appendix 3 How to Solve for the Step Response of the Atlantic Cable Diffusion Equation Without the Laplace Transform  Appendix 4 A Short Table of Laplace Transforms and Theorems  Index
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 Edition
 1st ed. 2019
 Extent
 1 online resource (XXVI, 189 p. 70 illus., 1 illus. in color.)
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 online
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 Access restricted to subscribing institutions
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 9783030084905
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 10.1007/9783319775982
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 online resource
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 Transients for Electrical Engineers : Elementary SwitchedCircuit Analysis in the Time and Laplace Transform Domains (with a touch of MATLABʼ), by Paul J. Nahin, (electronic resource)
 Contents
 Foreword  Preface  Acknowledgments.About the Author  1 Basic Circuit Concepts  2 Transients in the Time Domain  3 The Laplace Transform  4 Transients in the Transform Domain  5 Transmission Lines  6 Transients in Transmission Lines  Appendix 1: Euler's identity  Appendix 2: Heaviside's Distortionless Transmission Line Condition  Appendix 3 How to Solve for the Step Response of the Atlantic Cable Diffusion Equation Without the Laplace Transform  Appendix 4 A Short Table of Laplace Transforms and Theorems  Index
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 ssj0002090123
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Edition
 1st ed. 2019
 Extent
 1 online resource (XXVI, 189 p. 70 illus., 1 illus. in color.)
 Form of item
 online
 Governing access note
 Access restricted to subscribing institutions
 Isbn
 9783030084905
 Isbn Type
 (print)
 Other control number
 10.1007/9783319775982
 Other physical details
 online resource
 Specific material designation
 remote
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 (WaSeSS)ssj0002090123
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