This work develops concepts in short "jobs" which concentrate on either a mathematical or an electrical competency. The theory is developed in simple stages and then applied to the solution of real problems. "Check-ups" provide motivation and a mathematical diagnostic; "brush-ups" review the concepts necessary for continuing electrical development and application; and self-tests serve to check students' final understanding. This edition first introduces some of the new AC concepts as DC concepts to allow students to see real world applications sooner and to separate the concept from the complexity of AC circuits. Harmonic analysis has been introduced so that modern problems in power distribution and industrial control can be taught. This edition also covers real cable, tying together 13 "jobs" with real world cables. An instructor's manual (0-02-801895-8) is also available.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Inc.,US, 1990. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 6th. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070575428