Electric Circuits (10th Edition) byJames W. Nilsson

As a student, I found this to be among the most helpful of the textbooks I own. The authors do a very good job explaining the basic methods of analysis for electrical circuits. It is very easy to take the techniques taught in this book and adopt them to use in circuits containing electric components such as transistors, diodes, and transformers which are beyond its scope. The versatility here is really great. This said, the one caveat I have with it is that there is not much specifics in it. General of the methods are covered, but anything the specific to certain component parts and types of circuits will really have to be found elsewhere. That being said, it is great for anyone with a serious interest in the analysis of circuit diagram. Not so much if you have a specific area of interest in mind, as its very general.

In this book Mastering Engineering for Electric Circuits is a total learning package that is designed to improve results through personalized learning. This program emulates the instructor’s to environment. The students through engineering of concepts.  like circuit  with self-paced individualized coaching. This book will provide a better teaching and learning experience.

1. With personalize Learning and Individualized Coaching. To provides students answer with specific feedback and hints as they work through tutorial homework problems.
2. Emphasize the Relationship between Conceptual Understanding and Problem Solving Approaches: Chapter Problems and Practical Perspectives illustrate how the generalized techniques presented in a first-year circuit analysis course relate to problems faced by practicing engineers.
3. Build an Understanding of Concepts and Ideas Explicitly in Terms of Previous Learning: Assessment Problems and Fundamental Equations and Concepts help students focus on the key principles in electric circuits.
4. Provide Students with a Strong Foundation of Engineering Practices: Computer tools, examples, and supplementary workbooks assist students in the learning process.


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