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Schaum's Outline of Basic Electricity (Schaum's Outlines)
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From cable and fiberoptics to increased electricity demands, the job of the electronics technician has changed drastically over the last two decades. This revised textbook covers the latest technological advances.
Students need no prior knowledge of electricity to gain a broad and deep understanding with this book. Numerous easy-to-follow examplesillustrated with diagramsdemonstrate the operation and application of electric circuits. To assure practicality, the problems are presented in terms of commonly used voltages and current ratings, and they cover circuits and equipment typical of those found in today's electrical systems.
About the Author
Milton Gussow was a senior engineer at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory.
Table of Contents
The Nature of Electricity
Electrical Standards and Conventions
Ohm's Law and Power
Direct-Current Series Circuits
Direct-Current Parallel Circuits
Magnetism and Electromagnetism
Direct-Current Generators and Motors
Principles of Alternating Current
Inductance, Inductive Reactance, and Inductive Circuits
Capacitance, Capacitine Reactance, and Capacitive Circuits
Alternating Current Generators and Motors
Series and Parallel Resonance
Waveforms and Time Constants
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