Build problem-solving skills for the real world
Revised with even more effective learning features, Dorf and Svoboda’s Seventh Edition of Introduction to Electric Circuits introduces students to circuit analysis, and helps build strong problem-solving skills in a framework that is both engaging and accessible. Known for its practical emphasis on design, solid examples, and real-world problems, the text introduces students to the kinds of problems that electrical and computer engineers face in contemporary practice.
Interactive exercises and examples provide a rich learning environment
The book’s website (www.wiley.com/college/dorf) provides resources to help students build confidence, and apply and learn the steps necessary to successfully complete homework problems.
PSpice for Linear Circuits, 2E
James A. Svoboda, Clarkson University
0-471-78146-0, Paper, ©2007
This introduction provides step-by-step instructions for using PSpice and Orcad Capture to analyze ac and dc circuits, circuits in the time domain to determine the complete response, and circuits in the frequency domain to determine the frequency response.
A book/CD-ROM text for a one- to three-semester course in electric circuits or linear circuit analysis, for students exposed to basic concepts of electric circuits for the first time. Emphasis on circuit design is enhanced by chapter-opening design challenges. Other pedagogical features include chapter previews, historical vignettes, worked examples, exercises, and problems. The CD-ROM contains a set of interactive exercises and examples. Prior basic knowledge of differential and integral calculus is required. Dorf teaches electrical and computer engineering at the University of California- Davis. Svoboda teaches electrical and computing engineering at Clarkson University. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)