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Concepts in Electric Circuits

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Concepts in Electric Circuits
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776814991
Number of pages: 87

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This book covers fundamental aspects of electric circuits that form the core of many engineering disciplines. Techniques to analyze and solve electric circuits are explained in a simple manner and examples are shown to demonstrate each strategy. DC as well as AC circuit analysis is provided with a brief account of filters in the end. Difficult electric circuit concepts such as sinusoids and phasors are explicated in an effective way so that basic understanding can be properly achieved.

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