Principles of Electrical Engineering and Electronics” is a comprehensive book for undergraduate engineering course in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. For more than 20 years, the book successfully continues to cover the fundamental theory of Electrical Engineering explaining about electricity, D.C. Circuits, Magnetism and Electromagnetic Induction before moving on to applications such as D.C. Generators and Motors among other important concepts.
Conceptual understanding is given preference with theories being explained in clear and concise points.
1800+ figures and examples provide comprehensive support to all concepts explained.
More than 1000 in-text tutorial problems and chapter-end MCQs provide apt practice to all concepts explained.
Table of Content :
Fundamentals of Current Electricity
D.C. Network Theorems
Units—Work, Power and Energy
Magnetism and Electromagnetism
Chemical Effects of Electric Current
Series A.C. Circuits
Parallel A.C. Circuits
Three-Phase Induction Motors
Synchronous Generators (Alternators)
Electrical Instruments and Electrical Measurements
Bipolar Junction Transistors
Field Effect Transistors