# Lessons In Electric Circuits.pdf

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Contents:

**Volume I – DC****Chapter 1: BASIC CONCEPTS OF ELECTRICITY**[**contents:**Static electricity ~ Conductors, insulators, and electron flow ~ Electric circuits ~ Voltage and current ~ Resistance ~ Voltage and current in a practical circuit ~ Conventional versus electron flow ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 2: OHM’s LAW**[**contents:**How voltage, current, and resistance relate ~ An analogy for Ohm's Law ~ Power in electric circuits ~ Calculating electric power ~ Resistors ~ Nonlinear conduction ~ Circuit wiring ~ Polarity of voltage drops ~ Computer simulation of electric circuits ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 3: ELECTRICAL SAFETY**[**contents:**The importance of electrical safety ~ Physiological effects of electricity ~ Shock current path ~ Ohm's Law (again!) ~ Safe practices ~ Emergency response ~ Common sources of hazard ~ Safe circuit design ~ Safe meter usage ~ Electric shock data ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 4: SCIENTIFIC NOTATION AND METRIC PREFIXES**[**contents:**Scientific notation ~ Arithmetic with scientific notation ~ Metric notation ~ Metric prefix conversions ~ Hand calculator use ~ Scientific notation in SPICE ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 5: SERIES AND PARALLEL CIRCUITS**[**contents:**What are "series" and "parallel" circuits? ~ Simple series circuits ~ Simple parallel circuits ~ Conductance ~ Power calculations ~ Correct use of Ohm's Law ~ Component failure analysis ~ Building simple resistor circuits ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 6: DIVIDER CIRCUITS AND KIRCHHOFF’S LAWS**[**contents:**Voltage divider circuits ~ Kirchhoff's Voltage Law (KVL) ~ Current divider circuits ~ Kirchhoff's Current Law (KCL) ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 7: SERIES-PARALLEL COMBINATION CIRCUITS**[**contents:**What is a series-parallel circuit? ~ Analysis technique ~ Re-drawing complex schematics ~ Component failure analysis ~ Building series-parallel resistor circuits ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 8: DC METERING CIRCUITS**[**contents:**What is a meter? ~ Voltmeter design ~ Voltmeter impact on measured circuit ~ Ammeter design ~ Ammeter impact on measured circuit ~ Ohmmeter design ~ High voltage ohmmeters ~ Multimeters ~ Kelvin (4-wire) resistance measurement ~ Bridge circuits ~ Wattmeter design ~ Creating custom calibration resistances ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 9: ELECTRICAL INSTRUMENTATION SIGNALS**[**contents:**Analog and digital signals ~ Voltage signal systems ~ Current signal systems ~ Tachogenerators ~ Thermocouples ~ pH measurement ~ Strain gauges ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 10: DC NETWORK ANALYSIS**[**contents:**What is network analysis? ~ Branch current method ~ Mesh current method ~ Node voltage method ~ Introduction to network theorems ~ Millman's Theorem ~ Superposition Theorem ~ Thevenin's Theorem ~ Norton's Theorem ~ Thevenin-Norton equivalencies ~ Millman's Theorem revisited ~ Maximum Power Transfer Theorem ~ -Y and Y- conversions ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 11: BATTERIES AND POWER SYSTEMS**[**contents:**Electron activity in chemical reactions ~ Battery construction ~ Battery ratings ~ Special-purpose batteries ~ Practical considerations ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 12: PHYSICS OF CONDUCTORS AND INSULATORS**[**contents:**Introduction ~ Conductor size ~ Conductor ampacity ~ Fuses ~ Specific resistance ~ Temperature coefficient of resistance ~ Superconductivity ~ Insulator breakdown voltage ~ Data ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 13: CAPACITORS**[**contents:**Electric fields and capacitance ~ Capacitors and calculus ~ Factors affecting capacitance ~ Series and parallel capacitors ~ Practical considerations ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 14: MAGNETISM AND ELECTROMAGNETISM**[**contents:**Permanent magnets ~ Electromagnetism ~ Magnetic units of measurement ~ Permeability and saturation ~ Electromagnetic induction ~ Mutual inductance ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 15: INDUCTORS**[**contents:**Magnetic fields and inductance ~ Inductors and calculus ~ Factors affecting inductance ~ Series and parallel inductors ~ Practical considerations ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 16: RC AND L/R TIME CONSTANTS**[**contents:**Electrical transients ~ Capacitor transient response ~ Inductor transient response ~ Voltage and current calculations ~ Why L/R and not LR? ~ Complex voltage and current calculations ~ Complex circuits ~ Solving for unknown time ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 17: CONTRIBUTOR LIST**[**contents:**How to contribute to this book ~ Credits ]

**Volume II – AC****Chapter 1: BASIC AC THEORY**[**contents:**What is alternating current (AC)? ~ AC waveforms ~ Measurements of AC magnitude ~ Simple AC circuit calculations ~ AC phase ~ Principles of radio ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 2: COMPLEX NUMBERS**[**contents:**Introduction ~ Vectors and AC waveforms ~ Simple vector addition ~ Complex vector addition ~ Polar and rectangular notation ~ Complex number arithmetic ~ More on AC "polarity" ~ Some examples with AC circuits ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 3: REACTANCE AND IMPEDANCE — INDUCTIVE**[**contents:**AC resistor circuits ~ AC inductor circuits ~ Series resistor-inductor circuits ~ Parallel resistor-inductor circuits ~ Inductor quirks ~ More on the ``skin effect'' ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 4: REACTANCE AND IMPEDANCE — CAPACITIVE**[**contents:**AC resistor circuits ~ AC capacitor circuits ~ Series resistor-capacitor circuits ~ Parallel resistor-capacitor circuits ~ Capacitor quirks ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 5: REACTANCE AND IMPEDANCE — R, L, AND C**[**contents:**Review of R, X, and Z ~ Series R, L, and C ~ Parallel R, L, and C ~ Series-parallel R, L, and C ~ Susceptance and Admittance ~ Summary ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 6: RESONANCE**[**contents:**An electric pendulum ~ Simple parallel (tank circuit) resonance ~ Simple series resonance ~ Applications of resonance ~ Resonance in series-parallel circuits ~ Q and bandwidth of a resonant circuit ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 7: MIXED-FREQUENCY AC SIGNALS**[**contents:**Introduction ~ Square wave signals ~ Other waveshapes ~ More on spectrum analysis ~ Circuit effects ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 8: FILTERS**[**contents:**What is a filter? ~ Low-pass filters ~ High-pass filters ~ Band-pass filters ~ Band-stop filters ~ Resonant filters ~ Summary ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 9: TRANSFORMERS**[**contents:**Mutual inductance and basic operation ~ Step-up and step-down transformers ~ Electrical isolation ~ Phasing ~ Winding configurations ~ Voltage regulation ~ Special transformers and applications ~ Practical considerations ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 10: POLYPHASE AC CIRCUITS**[**contents:**Single-phase power systems ~ Three-phase power systems ~ Phase rotation ~ Polyphase motor design ~ Three-phase Y and configurations ~ Three-phase transformer circuits ~ Harmonics in polyphase power systems ~ Harmonic phase sequences ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 11: POWER FACTOR**[**contents:**Power in resistive and reactive AC circuits ~ True, Reactive, and Apparent power ~ Calculating power factor ~ Practical power factor correction ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 12: AC METERING CIRCUITS**[**contents:**AC voltmeters and ammeters ~ Frequency and phase measurement ~ Power measurement ~ Power quality measurement ~ AC bridge circuits ~ AC instrumentation transducers ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 13: AC MOTORS**[**contents:**Introduction ~ Synchronous Motors ~ Synchronous condenser ~ Reluctance motor ~ Stepper motors ~ Brushless DC motor ~ Tesla polyphase induction motors ~ Wound rotor induction motors ~ Single-phase induction motors ~ Other specialized motors ~ Selsyn (synchro) motors ~ AC commutator motors ]**Chapter 14: TRANSMISSION LINES**[**contents:**A 50-ohm cable? ~ Circuits and the speed of light ~ Characteristic impedance ~ Finite-length transmission lines ~ ``Long'' and ``short'' transmission lines ~ Standing waves and resonance ~ Impedance transformation ~ Waveguides ]**Chapter 15: CONTRIBUTOR LIST**[**contents:**How to contribute to this book ~ Credits ]

**Volume III – Semiconductors****Chapter 1: AMPLIFIERS AND ACTIVE DEVICES**[**contents:**From electric to electronic ~ Active versus passive devices ~ Amplifiers ~ Amplifier gain ~ Decibels ~ Absolute dB scales ~ Attenuators ]**Chapter 2: SOLID-STATE DEVICE THEORY**[**contents:**Introduction ~ Quantum physics ~ Valence and Crystal structure ~ Band theory of solids ~ Electrons and ``holes'' ~ The P-N junction ~ Junction diodes ~ Bipolar junction transistors ~ Junction field-effect transistors ~ Insulated-gate field-effect transistors (MOSFET) ~ Thyristors ~ Semiconductor manufacturing techniques ~ Superconducting devices ~ Quantum devices ~ Semiconductor devices in SPICE ]**Chapter 3: DIODES AND RECTIFIERS**[**contents:**Introduction ~ Meter check of a diode ~ Diode ratings ~ Rectifier circuits ~ Peak detector ~ Clipper circuits ~ Clamper circuits ~ Voltage multipliers ~ Inductor commutating circuits ~ Diode switching circuits ~ Zener diodes ~ Special-purpose diodes ~ Other diode technologies ~ SPICE models ]**Chapter 4: BIPOLAR JUNCTION TRANSISTORS**[**contents:**Introduction ~ The transistor as a switch ~ Meter check of a transistor ~ Active mode operation ~ The common-emitter amplifier ~ The common-collector amplifier ~ The common-base amplifier ~ Biasing techniques ~ Input and output coupling ~ Feedback ~ Amplifier impedances ~ Current mirrors ~ Transistor ratings and packages ~ BJT quirks ]**Chapter 5: JUNCTION FIELD-EFFECT TRANSISTORS**[**contents:**Introduction ~ The transistor as a switch ~ Meter check of a transistor ~ Active-mode operation ~ The common-source amplifier -- PENDING ~ The common-drain amplifier -- PENDING ~ The common-gate amplifier -- PENDING ~ Biasing techniques -- PENDING ~ Transistor ratings and packages -- PENDING ~ JFET quirks -- PENDING ]**Chapter 6: INSULATED-GATE FIELD-EFFECT TRANSISTORS**[**contents:**Introduction ~ Depletion-type IGFETs ~ Enhancement-type IGFETs -- PENDING ~ Active-mode operation -- PENDING ~ The common-source amplifier -- PENDING ~ The common-drain amplifier -- PENDING ~ The common-gate amplifier -- PENDING ~ Biasing techniques -- PENDING ~ Transistor ratings and packages -- PENDING ~ IGFET quirks -- PENDING ~ MESFETs -- PENDING ~ IGBTs ]**Chapter 7: THYRISTORS**[**contents:**Hysteresis ~ Gas discharge tubes ~ The Shockley Diode ~ The DIAC ~ The Silicon-Controlled Rectifier (SCR) ~ The TRIAC ~ Optothyristors ~ The Unijunction Transistor (UJT) -- PENDING ~ The Silicon-Controlled Switch (SCS) ~ Field-effect-controlled thyristors ]**Chapter 8: OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS**[**contents:**Introduction ~ Single-ended and differential amplifiers ~ The "operational" amplifier ~ Negative feedback ~ Divided feedback ~ An analogy for divided feedback ~ Voltage-to-current signal conversion ~ Averager and summer circuits ~ Building a differential amplifier ~ The instrumentation amplifier ~ Differentiator and integrator circuits ~ Positive feedback ~ Practical considerations ~ Operational amplifier models ~ Data ]**Chapter 9: PRACTICAL ANALOG SEMICONDUCTOR CIRCUITS**[**contents:**ElectroStatic Discharge ~ Power supply circuits -- INCOMPLETE ~ Amplifier circuits -- PENDING ~ Oscillator circuits -- INCOMPLETE ~ Phase-locked loops -- PENDING ~ Radio circuits -- INCOMPLETE ~ Computational circuits ~ Measurement circuits -- INCOMPLETE ~ Control circuits -- PENDING ]**Chapter 10: ACTIVE FILTERS****Chapter 11: DC MOTOR DRIVES****Chapter 12: INVERTERS AND AC MOTOR DRIVES****Chapter 13: ELECTRON TUBES**[**contents:**Introduction ~ Early tube history ~ The triode ~ The tetrode ~ Beam power tubes ~ The pentode ~ Combination tubes ~ Tube parameters ~ Ionization (gas-filled) tubes ~ Display tubes ~ Microwave tubes ~ Tubes versus Semiconductors ]**Chapter 14: CONTRIBUTOR LIST**[**contents:**How to contribute to this book ~ Credits ]

**Volume IV – Digital****Chapter 1: NUMERATION SYSTEMS**[**contents:**Numbers and symbols ~ Systems of numeration ~ Decimal versus binary numeration ~ Octal and hexadecimal numeration ~ Octal and hexadecimal to decimal conversion ~ Conversion from decimal numeration ]**Chapter 2: BINARY ARITHMETIC**[**contents:**Numbers versus numeration ~ Binary addition ~ Negative binary numbers ~ Subtraction ~ Overflow ~ Bit groupings ]**Chapter 3: LOGIC GATES**[**contents:**Digital signals and gates ~ The NOT gate ~ The "buffer" gate ~ Multiple-input gates ~ TTL NAND and AND gates ~ TTL NOR and OR gates ~ CMOS gate circuitry ~ Special-output gates ~ Gate universality ~ Logic signal voltage levels ~ DIP gate packaging ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 4: SWITCHES**[**contents:**Switch types ~ Switch contact design ~ Contact "normal" state and make/break sequence ~ Contact "bounce" ]**Chapter 5: ELECTROMECHANICAL RELAYS**[**contents:**Relay construction ~ Contactors ~ Time-delay relays ~ Protective relays ~ Solid-state relays ]**Chapter 6: LADDER LOGIC**[**contents:**"Ladder" diagrams ~ Digital logic functions ~ Permissive and interlock circuits ~ Motor control circuits ~ Fail-safe design ~ Programmable logic controllers ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 7: BOOLEAN ALGEBRA**[**contents:**Introduction ~ Boolean arithmetic ~ Boolean algebraic identities ~ Boolean algebraic properties ~ Boolean rules for simplification ~ Circuit simplification examples ~ The Exclusive-OR function ~ DeMorgan's Theorems ~ Converting truth tables into Boolean expressions ]**Chapter 8: KARNAUGH MAPPING**[**contents:**Introduction ~ Venn diagrams and sets ~ Boolean Relationships on Venn Diagrams ~ Making a Venn diagram look like a Karnaugh map ~ Karnaugh maps, truth tables, and Boolean expressions ~ Logic simplification with Karnaugh maps ~ Larger 4-variable Karnaugh maps ~ Minterm vs maxterm solution ~ (sum) and (product) notation ~ Don't care cells in the Karnaugh map ~ Larger 5 & 6-variable Karnaugh maps ]**Chapter 9: COMBINATIONAL LOGIC FUNCTIONS**[**contents:**Introduction ~ A Half-Adder ~ A Full-Adder ~ Decoder ~ Encoder ~ Demultiplexers ~ Multiplexers ~ Using multiple combinational circuits ]**Chapter 10: MULTIVIBRATORS**[**contents:**Digital logic with feedback ~ The S-R latch ~ The gated S-R latch ~ The D latch ~ Edge-triggered latches: Flip-Flops ~ The J-K flip-flop ~ Asynchronous flip-flop inputs ~ Monostable multivibrators ]**Chapter 11: COUNTERS**[**contents:**Binary count sequence ~ Asynchronous counters ~ Synchronous counters ~ Counter modulus ]**Chapter 12: SHIFT REGISTERS**[**contents:**Introduction ~ Serial-in/serial-out shift register ~ Parallel-in, serial-out shift register ~ Serial-in, parallel-out shift register ~ Parallel-in, parallel-out, universal shift register ~ Ring counters ~ references ]**Chapter 13: DIGITAL-ANALOG CONVERSION**[**contents:**Introduction ~ The R/2nR DAC ~ The R/2R DAC ~ Flash ADC ~ Digital ramp ADC ~ Successive approximation ADC ~ Tracking ADC ~ Slope (integrating) ADC ~ Delta-Sigma () ADC ~ Practical considerations of ADC circuits ]**Chapter 14: DIGITAL COMMUNICATION**[**contents:**Introduction ~ Networks and busses ~ Data flow ~ Electrical signal types ~ Optical data communication ~ Network topology ~ Network protocols ~ Practical considerations ]**Chapter 15: DIGITAL STORAGE (MEMORY)**[**contents:**Why digital? ~ Digital memory terms and concepts ~ Modern nonmechanical memory ~ Historical, nonmechanical memory technologies ~ Read-only memory ~ Memory with moving parts: "Drives" ]**Chapter 16: PRINCIPLES OF DIGITAL COMPUTING**[**contents:**A binary adder ~ Look-up tables ~ Finite-state machines ~ Microprocessors ~ Microprocessor programming ]**Chapter 17: CONTRIBUTOR LIST**[**contents:**How to contribute to this book ~ Credits ]

**Volume V – Reference****Chapter 1: USEFUL EQUATIONS AND CONVERSION FACTORS**[**contents:**DC circuit equations and laws ~ Series circuit rules ~ Parallel circuit rules ~ Series and parallel component equivalent values ~ Capacitor sizing equation ~ Inductor sizing equation ~ Time constant equations ~ AC circuit equations ~ Decibels ~ Metric prefixes and unit conversions ~ Data ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 2: COLOR CODES**[**contents:**Resistor Color Codes ~ Wiring Color Codes ]**Chapter 3: CONDUCTOR AND INSULATOR TABLES**[**contents:**Copper wire gage table ~ Copper wire ampacity table ~ Coefficients of specific resistance ~ Temperature coefficients of resistance ~ Critical temperatures for superconductors ~ Dielectric strengths for insulators ~ Data ]**Chapter 4: ALGEBRA REFERENCE**[**contents:**Basic identities ~ Arithmetic properties ~ Properties of exponents ~ Radicals ~ Important constants ~ Logarithms ~ Factoring equivalencies ~ The quadratic formula ~ Sequences ~ Factorials ~ Solving simultaneous equations ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 5: TRIGONOMETRY REFERENCE**[**contents:**Right triangle trigonometry ~ Non-right triangle trigonometry ~ Trigonometric equivalencies ~ Hyperbolic functions ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 6: CALCULUS REFERENCE**[**contents:**Rules for limits ~ Derivative of a constant ~ Common derivatives ~ Derivatives of power functions of e ~ Trigonometric derivatives ~ Rules for derivatives ~ The antiderivative (Indefinite integral) ~ Common antiderivatives ~ Antiderivatives of power functions of e ~ Rules for antiderivatives ~ Definite integrals and the fundamental theorem of calculus ~ Differential equations ]**Chapter 7: USING THE SPICE CIRCUIT SIMULATION PROGRAM**[**contents:**Introduction ~ History of SPICE ~ Fundamentals of SPICE programming ~ The command-line interface ~ Circuit components ~ Analysis options ~ Quirks ~ Example circuits and netlists ]**Chapter 8: TROUBLESHOOTING — THEORY AND PRACTICE**[**contents:**Questions to ask before proceeding ~ General troubleshooting tips ~ Specific troubleshooting techniques ~ Likely failures in proven systems ~ Likely failures in unproven systems ~ Potential pitfalls ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 9: CIRCUIT SCHEMATIC SYMBOLS**[**contents:**Wires and connections ~ Power sources ~ Resistors ~ Capacitors ~ Inductors ~ Mutual inductors ~ Switches, hand actuated ~ Switches, process actuated ~ Switches, electrically actuated (relays) ~ Connectors ~ Diodes ~ Transistors, bipolar ~ Transistors, junction field-effect (JFET) ~ Transistors, insulated-gate field-effect (IGFET or MOSFET) ~ Transistors, hybrid ~ Thyristors ~ Integrated circuits ~ Electron tubes ]**Chapter 10: PERIODIC TABLE OF THE ELEMENTS**[**contents:**Table (landscape view) ~ Table (portrait view) ~ Data ]**Chapter 11: CONTRIBUTOR LIST**[**contents:**How to contribute to this book ~ Credits ]

**Volume VI – Experiments****Chapter 1: INTRODUCTION**[**contents:**Electronics as science ~ Setting up a home lab ~ Contributors ]**Chapter 2: BASIC CONCEPTS AND TEST EQUIPMENT**[**contents:**Voltmeter usage ~ Ohmmeter usage ~ A very simple circuit ~ Ammeter usage ~ Ohm's Law ~ Nonlinear resistance ~ Power dissipation ~ Circuit with a switch ~ Electromagnetism ~ Electromagnetic induction ]**Chapter 3: DC CIRCUITS**[**contents:**Introduction ~ Series batteries ~ Parallel batteries ~ Voltage divider ~ Current divider ~ Potentiometer as a voltage divider ~ Potentiometer as a rheostat ~ Precision potentiometer ~ Rheostat range limiting ~ Thermoelectricity ~ Make your own multimeter ~ Sensitive voltage detector ~ Potentiometric voltmeter ~ 4-wire resistance measurement ~ A very simple computer ~ Potato battery ~ Capacitor charging and discharging ~ Rate-of-change indicator ]**Chapter 4: AC CIRCUITS**[**contents:**Introduction ~ Transformer -- power supply ~ Build a transformer ~ Variable inductor ~ Sensitive audio detector ~ Sensing AC magnetic fields ~ Sensing AC electric fields ~ Automotive alternator ~ Induction motor ~ Phase shift ~ Sound cancellation ~ Musical keyboard as a signal generator ~ PC Oscilloscope ~ Waveform analysis ~ Inductor-capacitor "tank" circuit ~ Signal coupling ]**Chapter 5: DISCRETE SEMICONDUCTOR CIRCUITS**[**contents:**Introduction ~ Commutating diode ~ Half-wave rectifier ~ Full-wave center-tap rectifier ~ Full-wave bridge rectifier ~ Rectifier/filter circuit ~ Voltage regulator ~ Transistor as a switch ~ Static electricity sensor ~ Pulsed-light sensor ~ Voltage follower ~ Common-emitter amplifier ~ Multi-stage amplifier ~ Current mirror ~ JFET current regulator ~ Differential amplifier ~ Simple op-amp ~ Audio oscillator ~ Vacuum tube audio amplifier ]**Chapter 6: ANALOG INTEGRATED CIRCUITS**[**contents:**Introduction ~ Voltage comparator ~ Precision voltage follower ~ Noninverting amplifier ~ High-impedance voltmeter ~ Integrator ~ 555 audio oscillator ~ 555 ramp generator ~ PWM power controller ~ Class B audio amplifier ]**Chapter 7: DIGITAL INTEGRATED CIRCUITS**[**contents:**Introduction ~ Basic gate function ~ NOR gate S-R latch ~ NAND gate S-R enabled latch ~ NAND gate S-R flip-flop ~ LED sequencer ~ Simple combination lock ~ 3-bit binary counter ~ 7-segment display ]**Chapter 8: CONTRIBUTOR LIST**[**contents:**How to contribute to this book ~ Credits ]

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