Electric Circuits. DC and AC Steady State



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Marian Greconici
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What distinguishes this primer in Electric Circuits notably is the carefully chosen large number of worked out numerical examples and quite a few proposed ones, distributed all over the text. This attribute consolidates the theory while also bringing a solid feeling of magnitudes, so indispensable in engineering. The approach is from simple to complex characterized by notable clarity, such that the diligent student could assimilate it whitout strong difficulties, though math is all over the place, as anywhere in electrical engineering.


  1. Introduction

- About the Course

- Electrical Quantities and SI Units

- Energy and Information

- Electric Charge and Current

- Electric Potential. Voltage

- Power and energy

- Basic Circuit Concepts

- Active and Passive Circuit Elements

- Active Circuit Elements

- Passive Circuit Elements

- Problems


  1. Direct Current (DC) Steady State Circuit Analysis

- Kirchhoff’s Laws (KL)

- Kirchhoff’s Current Law (KCL)

- Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law (KVL)

- Direct Application of Kirchhoff’s Law

- Power in DC Circuits

- Source Transformation

- Practical Physical Voltage Source

- Practical Physical Current Source

- Source Transformation

- Linearity and Superposition

- Source Transportation

- Voltage Source Transportation

- Current Source Transportation

- Thevenin’s and Norton’s Theorem

- Thevenin’s Theorem

- Norton’s Theorem

- Nodal and Mesh Analysis

- Nodal Analysis

- Mesh or Loop Analysis

- Maximum Power Transfer Theorem



  1. Sinusoidal (AC) Steady State Circuit Analysis

- Some General Definitions

- Single-Elements Responses to Sinusoidal Excitations

- RLC Series Circuit Supplied with Sinusoidal Voltage

- Kirchhoff’s Laws (KL)

- Kirchhoff’s Current Law (KCL)

- Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law (KVL)

- The Phasor Method

- Symbolic Representation and Defining Relations Used in the Phasor Method

- Impedance and Admittance Phasor Operator

- The Phasor Form of Kirchhoff’s Laws

- Mesh or Loop Analysis

- Coupled Branches Transfiguration

- Series Coupled Branches Transfiguration

- Parallel Coupled Branches Transfiguration

- Coupled Inductors Star-Connected Transfiguration

- Power in AC Circuits

- Power Factor and Power Factor Correction

- Maximum Power Transfer Theorem for AC Circuits



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