e-books in Electrical Engineering category
by Chad Davis - University of Oklahoma , 2017
This book covers AC circuit theory as well us a brief introduction of electronics. It covers the basic theory of AC signals, sinusoidal waveforms, square waves, triangle waves, the mathematics background, resistors, inductors, and capacitors.
by Chad Davis - SHAREOK , 2016
This book covers Direct Current (DC) circuit theory: The basics for circuits that include DC sources (voltage or current) and resistors; Problem solving techniques for circuits that include only DC sources and resistors; Capacitors and inductors.
by Peter G. Doyle, J. Laurie Snell - Dartmouth College , 2006
In this work we will look at the interplay of physics and mathematics in terms of an example where the mathematics involved is at the college level. The example is the relation between elementary electric network theory and random walks.
by Woon Seng Gan, Jung-Woo Choi (eds) - MDPI AG , 2017
This special issue compiles some of the latest state-of-the-art research works in the area of spatial audio and it serves as a good reference for both undergraduate and postgraduate students, and to researchers working in this exciting area.
by David R. Voltmer, Mark A. Yoder - Texas Instruments , 1999
This book is written for electrical engineering students. It is a collection of examples that show how to solve common electrical engineering problems using the TI-89. The book will show you how to use the TI-89 to get the answer with more insight.
by A. E. Kennelly - McGraw-Hill , 1916
Hyperbolic functions have numerous uses in applied science. Wherever a line of uniform linear constants is met with, an immediate field of usefulness for hyperbolic functions presents itself, particularly in high-frequency alternating-current lines.
- Wikibooks , 2013
This is an introductory text about electric circuits. It covers the basics of electric circuit theory, circuit analysis, and touches on circuit design. It is a companion reference for a 1st year of an Electrical Engineering undergraduate curriculum.
by Robert A Gray , 1998
This series provides beginners with fundamental electrical and electronic concepts through self-study. The series is designed to give small amounts of information that can be easily digested before advancing further into the more complex material.
by Siddharth Srivastava, et al. - viXra , 2013
Matting is the technique of estimating accurate foreground in images and video. Our aim is to introduce Video Matting in Real Time Video Conferencing both for desktop computers and mobile devices such as Cell Phones and Tablets.
by Mamun Bin Ibne Reaz (ed.) - InTech , 2013
RFID based applications create tremendous new opportunities. The book offers a comprehensive and systematic description of technologies, architectures, and methodologies of various efficient, secure, scalable, and reliable RFID based applications.
by Ramaswamy Palaniappan - BookBoon , 2011
Fundamentals of digital system concepts such as logic gates for combinatorial logic circuit design and higher level logic elements such as counters and multiplexers. Undergraduates in computer science, engineering or IT will find it useful.
by Weiji Wang - BookBoon , 2012
Basic principles of digital signals and associated digital systems. The book is written for those beginners who want to gain an overview of the topic, understand the basic methods and know how to deal with basic digital signals and systems.
by Don Johnson - Connexions , 2010
The course focuses on the creation, manipulation, transmission, and reception of information by electronic means. Elementary signal theory; time- and frequency-domain analysis; Sampling Theorem. Digital information theory; and more.
by Louis Scharf - Connexions , 2008
The book is written for an experimental freshman course at the University of Colorado. We wanted to pique student' interest in engineering by providing with exposure to the types of problems that electrical and computer engineers are asked to solve.
by Chong Rae Park - InTech , 2010
This book is expected to be a good textbook for undergraduates and postgraduates who get interested in this field and hence need general overviews on the LIBs, especially for heavy duty applications including EVs or HEVs.
by John W. Chinneck - Carleton University , 2009
This is a complete, yet compact, introductory survey text on the major topics in optimization. The material is written at the introductory level, assuming no more knowledge than high school algebra. Most concepts are developed from scratch.
by Cristina Turcu - InTech , 2009
The book covers a wide range of issues related to RFID systems: the design of RFID antennas, RFID readers and tags, complex RFID systems, security and privacy issues in RFID applications, as well as the selection of encryption algorithms.
by U.S. Department of Energy - University Press of the Pacific , 2004
Fuel cells are an important technology for a potentially wide variety of applications in a large number of industries worldwide. This edition includes calculation examples for fuel cells for the wide variety of possible applications.
by Tony R. Kuphaldt , 2007
Standard undergraduate text in signals and linear systems theory for advanced undergraduates with a background in calculus and differential equations. The book is fast-paced and challenging, an excellent reference for practicing engineers.
by Paul H. Dietz , 2003
An introductory electrical engineering course based totally on projects, yet with a sound theoretical underpinning. Each chapter begins with a problem, followed by a discussion of the background material needed to solve the problem.
by Hugh Jack , 2008
The book designed for students with some knowledge of technology, including limited electricity, who wish to learn the discipline of practical control system design on commonly used hardware. The techniques described are portable to other PLCs.