ELECTRICAL NETWORK THEORY
|Author(s)||Norman Balabanian, Theodore A. Bickart|
|D O W N L O A D|
Initially, from the very time of its preparation, this publication has been conceived as a revision of another one, also very practical and proven useful to the readers, namely Linear Network Analysis, which was published in 1965. Sometimes, when conducting the study of the electrical systems, is may become appropriate to specifically address to internal structure and the composition of the electrical system in question.
Then, the topology shall definitely be considered the critical analytical tool to use. However, it shall be noted that in most of the other cases the external characteristics analysis would be the one that presents interest. In this book the authors are mostly dealing with the internal composition and port, or system, characteristics. The most important mathematical tools are matrix analysis, complex variable functions, linear graphs etc. The good attempt was made in this book to a very careful development of the network theory fundamentals.
The authors also considered the frequency and time response, synthesis and analysis. Though most part of the book is limited to the linear and time-invariant electrical networks, one of the chapters have been specifically concerned with time-varying and non-linear networks.
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