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by William H. Hayt, Jack Kemmerly and Steven M. Durbin

Edition: 6TH 02Copyright: 2002

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company

Published: 2002

International: No

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This classic text has been thoroughly revised by a new co-author, Steve Durbin of University of Canterbury. A new organization and emphasis on problem-solving, practical applications, and design make this book a perfect update of the 5th edition

**New to This Edition **

- Practical Applications boxes have been added throughout the book to interest students and tie in concepts of design and problem-solving.
- Introductory circuit analysis material (Chapters 2-5) has been expanded in the 6th edition. In the 5th edition, chapters 1 and 2 covered this material.
- PSpice examples are included in relevant chapters to introduce students to practical features such as DC sweeps, transient analysis, writing expressions in Probe, and also to show useful simulations that tie in to the text material.
- Hundreds of new homework problems have been added to the 6th edition. Homework problems are now identified with individual sections so that weekly assignments can be made independent of the pace at which an instructor covers a particular chapter.
- New examples have been added and are more clearly identified in the 6th edition. Also, closely related practice problems are provided alongside examples.
- Design-oriented questions appear at the ends of selected chapters to help students grasp the complexities of the design process.
- Problem-solving techniques are introduced in Chapter One to prepare students for developing a methodical approach to circuit analysis. The step-by-step approach is used in each subsequent chapter, with a carefully selected example in each chapter re-stating the problem-solving methodology as a reminder to the students.
- www.mhhe.com/hayt6e--Contains the OnLine Learning Center with Virtual Solutions Manual, PowerPoint slides, Network Analysis tutorials, FE Exam Review Material, Chapter 19 (State-Variable Analysis), and text updates.
- FREE--The Virtual Professor CD. Designed to help students grasp difficult circuit analysis concepts. Each animated audio-visual tutorial module focuses on a particular topic, and includes a step-by-step worked example. The Virtual Professor includes the following tutorials:
- 1.Charge, Voltage, Current, & Power
- 2.Kirchhoff's Current Law
- 3.Kirchhoff's Voltage Law
- 4.Basic Nodal Analysis
- 5.Advanced Nodal Analysis
- 6.The Supernode
- 7.Basic Mesh Analysis
- 8.Advanced Mesh Analysis
- 9.The Supermesh
- 10. Source Transformation
- 11. Thevenin's Theorem
- The CD also contains Interactive FE Exam Review Questions to help students prepare for the circuit analysis portion of the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam.

**1 Circuit Analysis and Electrical Engineering 2 Basic Components and Electric Circuits 3 Voltage and Curent Laws 4 Basic Nodal and Mesh Analysis 5 Useful Circuit Analysis Techniques 6 The Operational Amplifier 7 Capacitors and Inductors 8 Basic RL and RC Circuits 9 The RLC Circuit 10 Sinusoidal Steady State Analysis 11 AC Power Circuit Analysis 12 Polyphase Circuits 13 Magnetically Coupled Circuits 14 Complex Frequency and The Laplace Transform 15 Circuit Analysis in the s-Domain 16 Frequency Response 17 Two-Port Networks 18 Fourier Circuit Analysis 19 State-Variable Analysis--on Web Site Only **

Appendixes

Appendix 1 An Introduction to Network Topology

Appendix 2 Solution of Simultaneous Equations

Appendix 3 A Proof of Thevenin's Theorem

Appendix 4 A PSpice Tutorial

Appendix 5 Complex Numbers

Appendix 6 A Brief MATLAB tutorial

Appendix 7 Additional Laplace Transform Theorems

Appendix 8 Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems

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Summary

This classic text has been thoroughly revised by a new co-author, Steve Durbin of University of Canterbury. A new organization and emphasis on problem-solving, practical applications, and design make this book a perfect update of the 5th edition

**New to This Edition **

- Practical Applications boxes have been added throughout the book to interest students and tie in concepts of design and problem-solving.
- Introductory circuit analysis material (Chapters 2-5) has been expanded in the 6th edition. In the 5th edition, chapters 1 and 2 covered this material.
- PSpice examples are included in relevant chapters to introduce students to practical features such as DC sweeps, transient analysis, writing expressions in Probe, and also to show useful simulations that tie in to the text material.
- Hundreds of new homework problems have been added to the 6th edition. Homework problems are now identified with individual sections so that weekly assignments can be made independent of the pace at which an instructor covers a particular chapter.
- New examples have been added and are more clearly identified in the 6th edition. Also, closely related practice problems are provided alongside examples.
- Design-oriented questions appear at the ends of selected chapters to help students grasp the complexities of the design process.
- Problem-solving techniques are introduced in Chapter One to prepare students for developing a methodical approach to circuit analysis. The step-by-step approach is used in each subsequent chapter, with a carefully selected example in each chapter re-stating the problem-solving methodology as a reminder to the students.
- www.mhhe.com/hayt6e--Contains the OnLine Learning Center with Virtual Solutions Manual, PowerPoint slides, Network Analysis tutorials, FE Exam Review Material, Chapter 19 (State-Variable Analysis), and text updates.
- FREE--The Virtual Professor CD. Designed to help students grasp difficult circuit analysis concepts. Each animated audio-visual tutorial module focuses on a particular topic, and includes a step-by-step worked example. The Virtual Professor includes the following tutorials:
- 1.Charge, Voltage, Current, & Power
- 2.Kirchhoff's Current Law
- 3.Kirchhoff's Voltage Law
- 4.Basic Nodal Analysis
- 5.Advanced Nodal Analysis
- 6.The Supernode
- 7.Basic Mesh Analysis
- 8.Advanced Mesh Analysis
- 9.The Supermesh
- 10. Source Transformation
- 11. Thevenin's Theorem
- The CD also contains Interactive FE Exam Review Questions to help students prepare for the circuit analysis portion of the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam.

Table of Contents

**1 Circuit Analysis and Electrical Engineering 2 Basic Components and Electric Circuits 3 Voltage and Curent Laws 4 Basic Nodal and Mesh Analysis 5 Useful Circuit Analysis Techniques 6 The Operational Amplifier 7 Capacitors and Inductors 8 Basic RL and RC Circuits 9 The RLC Circuit 10 Sinusoidal Steady State Analysis 11 AC Power Circuit Analysis 12 Polyphase Circuits 13 Magnetically Coupled Circuits 14 Complex Frequency and The Laplace Transform 15 Circuit Analysis in the s-Domain 16 Frequency Response 17 Two-Port Networks 18 Fourier Circuit Analysis 19 State-Variable Analysis--on Web Site Only **

Appendixes

Appendix 1 An Introduction to Network Topology

Appendix 2 Solution of Simultaneous Equations

Appendix 3 A Proof of Thevenin's Theorem

Appendix 4 A PSpice Tutorial

Appendix 5 Complex Numbers

Appendix 6 A Brief MATLAB tutorial

Appendix 7 Additional Laplace Transform Theorems

Appendix 8 Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems

Publisher Info

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company

Published: 2002

International: No

Published: 2002

International: No

This classic text has been thoroughly revised by a new co-author, Steve Durbin of University of Canterbury. A new organization and emphasis on problem-solving, practical applications, and design make this book a perfect update of the 5th edition

**New to This Edition **

- Practical Applications boxes have been added throughout the book to interest students and tie in concepts of design and problem-solving.
- Introductory circuit analysis material (Chapters 2-5) has been expanded in the 6th edition. In the 5th edition, chapters 1 and 2 covered this material.
- PSpice examples are included in relevant chapters to introduce students to practical features such as DC sweeps, transient analysis, writing expressions in Probe, and also to show useful simulations that tie in to the text material.
- Hundreds of new homework problems have been added to the 6th edition. Homework problems are now identified with individual sections so that weekly assignments can be made independent of the pace at which an instructor covers a particular chapter.
- New examples have been added and are more clearly identified in the 6th edition. Also, closely related practice problems are provided alongside examples.
- Design-oriented questions appear at the ends of selected chapters to help students grasp the complexities of the design process.
- Problem-solving techniques are introduced in Chapter One to prepare students for developing a methodical approach to circuit analysis. The step-by-step approach is used in each subsequent chapter, with a carefully selected example in each chapter re-stating the problem-solving methodology as a reminder to the students.
- www.mhhe.com/hayt6e--Contains the OnLine Learning Center with Virtual Solutions Manual, PowerPoint slides, Network Analysis tutorials, FE Exam Review Material, Chapter 19 (State-Variable Analysis), and text updates.
- FREE--The Virtual Professor CD. Designed to help students grasp difficult circuit analysis concepts. Each animated audio-visual tutorial module focuses on a particular topic, and includes a step-by-step worked example. The Virtual Professor includes the following tutorials:
- 1.Charge, Voltage, Current, & Power
- 2.Kirchhoff's Current Law
- 3.Kirchhoff's Voltage Law
- 4.Basic Nodal Analysis
- 5.Advanced Nodal Analysis
- 6.The Supernode
- 7.Basic Mesh Analysis
- 8.Advanced Mesh Analysis
- 9.The Supermesh
- 10. Source Transformation
- 11. Thevenin's Theorem
- The CD also contains Interactive FE Exam Review Questions to help students prepare for the circuit analysis portion of the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam.

**1 Circuit Analysis and Electrical Engineering 2 Basic Components and Electric Circuits 3 Voltage and Curent Laws 4 Basic Nodal and Mesh Analysis 5 Useful Circuit Analysis Techniques 6 The Operational Amplifier 7 Capacitors and Inductors 8 Basic RL and RC Circuits 9 The RLC Circuit 10 Sinusoidal Steady State Analysis 11 AC Power Circuit Analysis 12 Polyphase Circuits 13 Magnetically Coupled Circuits 14 Complex Frequency and The Laplace Transform 15 Circuit Analysis in the s-Domain 16 Frequency Response 17 Two-Port Networks 18 Fourier Circuit Analysis 19 State-Variable Analysis--on Web Site Only **

Appendixes

Appendix 1 An Introduction to Network Topology

Appendix 2 Solution of Simultaneous Equations

Appendix 3 A Proof of Thevenin's Theorem

Appendix 4 A PSpice Tutorial

Appendix 5 Complex Numbers

Appendix 6 A Brief MATLAB tutorial

Appendix 7 Additional Laplace Transform Theorems

Appendix 8 Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems