Circuit Analysis Laboratory Workbook

Circuit Analysis Laboratory Workbook

Teri L. Piatt, Kyle E. Laferty
ISBN: 9781681731605 | PDF ISBN: 9781681731612
Copyright © 2017 | 125 Pages | Publication Date: June, 2017

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This workbook integrates theory with the concept of engineering design and teaches troubleshooting and analytical problem-solving skills. It is intended to either accompany or follow a first circuits course, and it assumes no previous experience with breadboarding or other lab equipment. This workbook uses only those components that are traditionally covered in a first circuits course (e.g., voltage sources, resistors, potentiometers, capacitors, and op amps) and gives students clear design goals, requirements, and constraints. Because we are using only components students have already learned how to analyze, they are able to tackle the design exercises, first working through the theory and math, then drawing and simulating their designs, and finally building and testing their designs on a breadboard.

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
This is my Breadboard
Introduction to Multisim
The Resistor Challenge
Voltage Division
Voltage Division Strikes Back
Temperature Indicator--Part 1: Wheatstone Bridges
Operational Amplifiers and Thevenin Equivalent Circuits
Temperature Indicator--Part 2: Difference Amplifiers
What's my Grade? (Part 1)
What's my Grade? (Part 2)
Fun with LEDs
Circuits Dance Party
Bibliography
Authors' Biographies

About the Author(s)

Teri L. Piatt, Wright State University
Teri L. Piatt holds a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from the University of Notre Dame and a Master of Science and Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of Colorado, Boulder. She has worked for GE Aviation and for Jacobs Sverdrup as a research engineer in the Sensors Directorate at the Air Force Research Laboratory. She is currently a Lecturer at Wright State University.

Kyle E. Laferty, Wright State University
Kyle E. Laferty graduated summa cum laude from Wright State University with a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering and a minor in mathematics and is a Ph.D. student at the University of Michigan.

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