Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering and Technology Book
Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering and Technology Book, 574 pages, 1st Edition, Hardcover with CD-ROM. This contemporary overview of the electrical and electronics field strikes an effective balance between basic concepts and current relevant topics while also exploring common areas of application. Early chapters of the are devoted to the fundamentals of DC circuits, basic transient circuits, and steady-state AC circuits, followed by coverage of linear and digital electronics. Emphasis is then directed toward the electro-mechanical areas of the field including magnetic circuits, three-phase circuits, DC and AC machines, and power transformers. Optional MultiSIM exercises are also included so that many of the same types of experiences that would be obtained in a supporting laboratory can be met with the accompanying software and a PC.
• Well-developed coverage of the basic areas of electrical circuit analysis provides the foundation necessary to grasp more advanced topics
• A modular approach permits readers to pick and choose topics providing maximum flexibility to teaching
• Calculus is used when appropriate, but is carefully explained and integrated into any relevant treatments from a practical viewpoint
• Coverage of such timely topics as programmable controllers, data conversion, and digital communication systems fosters competency in modern areas of application
About the Author
William D. Stanley is an Eminent Professor Emeritus at Old Dominion University and was a recipient of the State Council of Higher Education in Virginia Outstanding Faculty Award. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of South Carolina and the Master of Science and Ph.D. degrees from North Carolina State University. All degrees were in Electrical Engineering. Dr. Stanley is a Registered Professional Engineer in the Commonwealth of Virginia. He is also a Senior Member of the IEEE and Life Member of ASEE.
John R. Hackworth is an Associate Professor and Program Director for the Electrical Engineering Technology program at Old Dominion University. He also holds the special designation of University Professor, which is awarded to faculty for special teaching recognition. He received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering Technology and a Master of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering, both from Old Dominion University. Prior to joining the Old Dominion University faculty, he had approximately 20 years of industrial experience in test engineering and plant automation. He is a member of ASEE and a senior member of IEEE.
Richard L. Jones is an Instructor for the Electrical Engineering Technology program at Old Dominion University. He received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering Technology at Oklahoma State University and a Master of Science Degree in Electronics Engineering at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. He is a retired United States Navy Submarine Service Lieutenant Commander with subspecialties in ballistic missile, torpedo, and sonar systems. Mr. Jones has previously taught Mechanical Engineering Design at the United States Military Academy and Electrical Engineering at the United States Naval Academy.
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