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Schaum's Outline of Basic Electricity covers the fundamentals of electricity and electric circuits. Written as a complement to vocational and technical courses, the book reviews digital and computer technology and the more advanced level of expertise required of technicians in these fields. Chapters focus on particular subjects as they are related to electric circuits, so you can target specific areas or tackle the subject as a whole. You will also learn how to solve circuit values in more complex series and parallel circuits.
Milton Gussow (Boynton Beach, FL) was a senior engineer at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. He is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and received his post-graduate degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He was also adjunct professor in mathematics and engineering at American University and George Washington University, and is the author of more than 50 technical papers.
Schaum's Outline of Basic Electricity, 2ed 1. The Nature of Electricity 2. Electrical Standards and Conventions 3. Ohm's Law and Power 4. Direct-Current Series Circuits 5. Direct-Current Parallel Circuits 6. Batteries 7. Kirchhoff's Laws 8. Determinant Solutions for DC Networks 9. Network Calculations 10. Magnetism and Electromagnetism 11. Direct-Current Generators and Motors 12. Principles of Alternating Current 13. Inductance, Inductive Reactance, and Inductive Circuits 14. Capacitance, Capacitive Reactance, and Capacitive Circuits 15. Single-Phase Circuits 16. Alternating-Current Generators and Motors 17. Complex Numbers and Complex Impedance for Series AC Circuits 18. AC Circuit Analysis with Complex Numbers 19. Transformers 20. Three-Phase Systems 21. Series and Parallel Resonance 22. Waveforms and Time Constants