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Chapter 1 Inductance

1-1 The Laws of Faraday and Lenz
1-2 Self-Inductance
1-3 Energy Exchange in Inductors
1-4 Factors Determining Inductor Values
1-5 Total Inductance
1-6 The L/R Time Constant

Chapter 2 Inductive Reactance

2-1 Voltage and Current in R and L Circuits
2-2 Inductive Reactance
2-3 Inductive Reactance in Series and Parallel
2-4 The Q of an Inductor

Chapter 3 AC RL Circuits

Alternate Chapter 3 (Complex Notation)

3-1 A Look at AC Circuit Analysis
3-2 Series RL Circuit Analysis
3-3 Parallel RL Circuit Analysis
3-4 Combination RL Circuit Analysis
3-5 Applications of RL Circuits

Chapter 4 Transformers

4-1 Coefficient of Coupling
4-2 Mutial Inducance and Transformer Action
4-3 Transformer Ratios
4-4 Transformer Losses
4-5 Applications of Transformers

Chapter 5 Capacitance

5-1 The Electrostatic Field
5-2 Charging and Discharging Capacitors
5-3 Energy Exchange in Capacitors
5-4 Factors Determining Capacitor Values
5-5 Total Capacitance
5-6 The RC Time Constant

Chapter 6 Capacitive Reactance

6-1 Voltage and Current in R and C Circuits
6-2 Capacitive Reactance
6-3 Capacitive Reactance in Series and Parallel

Chapter 7 AC RC Circuits

Alternate Chapter 7 (Complex Notation)

7-1 Waveforms in RC Circuits
7-2 Series RC Circuit Analysis
7-3 Parallel RC Circuit Analysis
7-4 Combination RC Circuit Analysis
7-5 Applications of RC Circuits

Chapter 8 RLC Circuit Analysis

Alternate Chapter 8 (Complex Notation)

8-1 Series RLC Circuits
8-2 Parallel RLC Circuits
8-3 Combination RLC Circuits
8-4 Power in RLC Circuits
8-5 Polar and Rectangular Analysis

Chapter 9 Resonant Circuits

Alternate Chapter 9 (Complex Notation)

9-1 Series Resonance
9-2 Effects of Q in Resonant Circuits
9-3 Parallel Resonance
9-4 Effects of a Coupled Load
9-5 Selectivity, Bandwidth,and Bandpass
9-6 Filter Applications

 

 

David L. Heiserman, Editor

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Revised: June 06, 2015