Electrical Engineering: Principles and Applications (2nd Edition)
Introduces basic concepts of electrical engineering for nonmajors. It is written at a level suitable for students who have completed at least one term of college physics and mathematics. The author's approach is to solve real problems and show connections between basic principles and advanced applications, especially those closely related to other engineering fields. The second edition introduces several timely new topics and a number of innovative learning features. This book surveys electrical engineering for nonmajors in their third or fourth year of study, and is also appropriate for an introductory course for electrical and computer engineering students. Provides engineering students with a solid foundation in the basics of circuits, digital systems, analog electronics, and electromechanics.
Specifications of Electrical Engineering: Principles and Applications (2nd Edition)
|Author||Allan R. Hambley|
|Number Of Pages||846|
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