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Title Circuit analysis / Virginia E. Wright, editor.

Publication Info. New York : Nova Science Publishers, Inc., [2011]

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Description 1 online resource.
data file
Series Electrical engineering developments
Electrical engineering developments series.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Language English.
Contents CIRCUIT ANALYSIS; ELECTRICAL ENGINEERINGDEVELOPMENTS; CONTENTS; PREFACE; ELEMENT STAMP ALGORITHM FOR MATRIXFORMULATION OF SYMBOLIC CIRCUITS; Abstract; 1. Computer Representation of Symbolic Matrices; 2. Topological (Graphical) Representation of Matrices; 3. Basic Network Elements and Equations(Distributed vs. Lumped); 4. Nodal Analysis Techniques; 4.1. Formulation of the Nodal Admittance Matrix; 4.2. Tableau and Compacted Modified Nodal Analysis (CMNA)Methods; 4.3. Practical Application of the CMNA Method; 4.4. Implementation Considerations; 5. Conclusion; References.
MICROWAVE AND MILLIMETER-WAVECOAXIAL-WAVEGUIDE POWERDIVIDING/COMBINING CIRCUITSAbstract; 1. Introduction; 2. Coaxial-Waveguide Power-Dividing/CombiningStructure; 3. Design of the Coaxial Stepped Impedance Transformer; 4. Analysis of the Coaxial Taper; 5. Coaxial-Waveguide Power Dividers/ Combiners UsingCoaxial Probe Array; 6. Coaxial-Waveguide Power Dividers with MicrostripProbes; 7. Millimeter-Wave Coaxial-WaveguidePower-Combining Amplifiers; 8. Planar Probe Coaxial Power Dividers/Combiners; 8a. Analysis of Coaxial Taper Transition; 8b. Planar Probe Array.
8c. Summary of the Total Design Procedure8d. Simulated and Measured Results of the Ten-Way Planar ProbeCoaxial Combiner; 9. Ultra-Wideband (UWB) Coaxial Power Divider withRotated Electric Field Mode; References; ANALYSIS OF FEEDBACK CIRCUITSUSING MILLER'S TECHNIQUES; Abstract; I. Introduction; II. Open Circuit Approximation Using Circuit Properties:Parallel Feedback Impedance; III. Determination of All Parameters:Parallel Feedback; 3.1. Parameters Using Z2 = ; 3.2. Parameters Using Z 1 = ; IV. Series Feedback Impedance: Short CircuitApproximation and Analysis.
4.1. Conditions for Short Circuit Approximation4.2. Determination of All Parameters; 4.3. An Example; V. Conclusions; References; TIRE PRESSURE -TEMPERATURE TESTERFOR REAL DRIVING CONDITIONS; Abstract; Introduction; Experimental Data Presentation and Discussion; Conclusion; References; ANALYZING CIRCUIT STRUCTURESAS LANGUAGE; Abstract; 1. Introduction; 2. Circuit Representation in Predicate Logic; 2.1. Prolog Language; 2.2. Facts; 2.3. Goal; 2.4. Rules; 2.5. Predicates for Circuit Structures; 2.6. Difficulties in Circuit Representation Using Predicate; 2.7. Changing Circuit Representation.
2.8. Lists3. Logic Grammar DCSG; 3.1. Word-Order Free Language; 3.2. DCSG Conversion; 3.3. Backward Chaining and Top Down Parsing; 3.4. The Looping Problem; 3.5. Solution of the Looping Problem; 4. Finding Structures in Circuits; 4.1. Circuits Represented as Sentences; 4.2. Grammar Rules without Recursion; 4.3. All Elements Connected to a Node; 4.4. Paths and Loops; 4.5. Series-Parallel Circuit; 5. Circuit Grammar for Functional Blocks; 5.1. Semantic Field in Left-Hand Side; 5.2. Semantic Terms in the Right-Hand Side; 6. Grammar Rules for Functional Blocks; 6.1. Electrical Dependencies.
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Subject Electronic circuits.
Electric circuit analysis.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Electronic book.
Added Author Wright, Virginia E., editor.
Other Form: Print version: Circuit analysis New York : Nova Science Publishers, Inc., [2011] 9781617281068 (hardcover) (DLC) 2010025436
ISBN 9781617287039 (epub)
9781617281068 (hardcover)