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This book, the first of three related volumes, introduces the student to the fundamental elements of electrical engineering science. Starting from an historical viewpoint the book covers the foundation subjects necessary for an understanding of electrical engineering and provides a firm basis for continued, more specialized study. After a concise introduction to all major DC and AC analysis theorem the authors look at "j" notation and its use in electrical applications. There is a customized approach to electrical transient analysis and a clear description of the use of time constants. Clear, worked examples are used throughout to illustrate and clarify the text.
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