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eBook Elec Cir 3e Hd Sup 52455 (Addison-Wesley series in electrical and computer engineering) ePub
Author: Nilsson
Language: English
ISBN: 0201172887
ISBN13: 978-0201172881
Publisher: Addison Wesley Longman Publishing Co; 3rd edition (January 1, 1990)
Pages: 829
Category: Engineering
Subcategory: Building
Rating: 4.7
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January 1, 1990, Addison Wesley Longman Publishing Co.

ELEC CIR 3E HD SUP 52455 (Addison-Wesley series in electrical and comp. January 1, 1990, Addison Wesley Longman Publishing Co. in English.

Series: Addison-Wesley Series in Electrical and Computer Engineering. I recommend wholeheartedly as one of the important texts in the history of computer engineering. Hardcover: 512 pages.

Published January 1st 1990 by Addison Wesley Publishing Company. Electric Circuits (Addison-Wesley Series in Electrical and Computer Engineering). Published by Addison-Wesley Publishing Comp. Author(s): James W. Nilsson.

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Appendix C. Computer Aids for Electronic Circuit Design. Appendix D. Some Useful Network Theorems. Appendix E. Circuits. Appendix F. Standard Resistance Values. Appendix G. Answers to Selected Problems. Adel S. Sedra is Dean of the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Waterloo and former Provost of the University of Toronto. Kenneth C. Smith (KC) is Professor Emeritus in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering, and Information Studies at the University of Toronto.

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Chapter 11 Balanced Three-Phase Circuits. Both students and instructors want to know how the generalized techniques presented in a first-year circuit analysis course relate to problems faced by practicing engineers. Chapter 12 Introduction to the Laplace Transform. Chapter 13 The Laplace Transform in Circuit Analysis. Chapter 14 Introduction to Frequency Selective Circuits. The Practical Perspective problems provide this connection between circuit analysis and the real world. We have created new Practical Perspective problems for Chapters 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, and 10. Many of the new problems represent the world of the 21st century.

Elec Cir 3e Hd Sup 52455 (Addison-Wesley series in electrical and computer engineering) [hardcover] Nilsson [Jan 01, 1990]
OK the headline was a little nerdy, however this is the book I used during my undergrad degree. I lost it so I am glad I was able to re-buy it.
Product delivered on time. it is as expected.
During my first semester of Circuits, I loved this book, but I came to find out during my second semester that it was not the book but my professor that was teaching me well. Primarily, my problem with the book is that it offers too few examples dealing with the actual homework problems in the back. If you read and work out the (on average) four examples in the chapter and then begin the problems, you will find the content very different and more difficult. Occasionally, after three reads through the chapter and some outside sources, I was able to work some of the problems, but overall, they are not structured on the chapter topics and many of the problems are poorly worded. The solutions in the back are also in an inconsistent order, appearing to offer solutions only to the easiest of the problems. I enjoy the reading, but the problems need to be redone, or the reading needs to incorporate some of the ideas in the problems.
I had to purchase this book for my intoductory ECE class, and I ended up dropping the class unable to understand the concepts. The examples provided were extemeley easy and basic, while the problems at the end of each chapter were horrific and ecclectic bunches of components. There was no explanation of how to work them, and few answers to check your work by. I have re-enrolled in the class under a different professor using a different book, and currently earning an A.
I started at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ in the Fall of 1995 with the intent of majoring in Chemical Engineering. I then completed my introductory Circuits course using this textbook and I am now enrolled in the school's Electrical Engineering Curriculum. The scope of the book is just right--It begins with an easy to understand discussion of the concepts of voltage and current, and uses this as the basis for introducing other concepts in subsequent chapters. The Practical Perspectives sections that appear every few chapters offer real-world examples of how the theory presented in preceding chapters can be applied to create well-known products. As a whole, it moves at an excellent pace, drilling you on fundamentals while emphasizing their applications to design. Should I ever become a Professor, this will be my textbook of choice
The author, James Nilsson, was a distinguished professor at my institution, Iowa State University (Ames, IA). It saddens me to say that I, as well as many others, thought his book was very difficult to grasp for first-timers (only) in Electrical Engineering. As the other reviews indicate--with quite a bit of truth--many of his exercises/problems are excruciatingly painful to do (not an exaggeration). However, ironically, it is with great delight for me to acknowledge that I find this a very helpful reference now in industry as a Design Engineer, for I am more mature today in circuit design techniques/methodology than I was as Freshman Engineer. Perhaps Nilsson should have taken a softer approach for the engineering students. This would have been slightly better (only a suggestion).
My review isn't a review at all. I'd like to receive the information posted by the person w/the worked out solutions. Therefore I'm leaving my e-mail address
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This book contents is excellent. It is explained easilly and step by step. The examples are very clear and easy to understand. The only problem are the examples at the end of each chapter. These problems are far more complicated than those explained on the chapters. Also the solutions of most of them are wrong. Recommended for non-engineering students.
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