Electric Circuits: Theory and Applications
by O.G.C. Dahl
Publisher: McGraw-Hill 1928
Number of pages: 401
The purpose of this treatise is to present the engineering aspects of circuit theory. Although theoretical, the language and viewpoint of the book are those of the engineer. It gives the methods and tools necessary for the analysis of modern power-circuit problems.
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