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By Allan H. Robbins, Wilhelm C. Miller

Written for a primary path in circuit research on the EET point, this up-to-date version presents simple, easy-to-understand assurance of basic circuit research subject matters together with criteria of DC and AC, tools of study, capacitance, inductance, magnetism, easy transients, and extra. particular studying positive aspects increase each bankruptcy, corresponding to "Putting it into Perspective" ancient vignettes and "Putting it into Practice" functions. an indicator of this version is the inclusion of 2 renowned machine software applications, MultiSIM™ and Cadence PSpice, either of their newest types and built-in all through to aid clients research through hands-on simulation and to allow exploration of "what if?"-type situations.

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Symbol for DC Voltage Sources Consider again Figure 2–1. The battery is the source of electrical energy that moves charges around the circuit. This movement of charges, as we will soon see, is called an electric current. Because one of the battery’s terminals is always positive and the other is always negative, current is always in the same direction. Such a unidirectional current is called dc or direct current, and the battery is called a dc source. Symbols for dc sources are shown in Figure 2–9.

Given a piece of aluminum bus bar as shown in Figure 3–3, determine the resistance between the ends of this bar at a temperature of 20°C. 70 m l=2 150 FIGURE 3–3 Conductor with a rectangular cross section. 48 m⍀ IN-PROCESS LEARNING CHECK 1 1. Given two lengths of wire having identical dimensions. If one wire is made of copper and the other is made of iron, which wire will have the greater resistance? How much greater will the resistance be? 2. Given two pieces of copper wire which have the same cross-sectional area, determine the relative resistance of the one which is twice as long as the other.

Potential Energy The concept of voltage is tied into the concept of potential energy. We therefore look briefly at energy. In mechanics, potential energy is the energy that a body possesses because of its position. For example, a bag of sand hoisted by a rope over a pulley has the potential to do work when it is released. , work equals force times distance). In a similar fashion, work is required to move positive and negative charges apart. This gives them potential energy. To understand why, consider again the cloud of Figure 2–7.

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