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This introductory textbook on Network Analysis and Synthesis provides a comprehensive coverage of the important topics in electrical circuit analysis. The full spectrum of electrical circuit topics such as Kirchoff's Laws Mesh Analysis Nodal Analysis RLC Circuits and Resonance to Network Theorems and Applications Laplace Transforms Network Synthesis and Realizability and Filters and Attenuators are discussed with the aid of a large number of worked-out examples and practice exercises.

1. Cover
2. Title Page
4. Dedication Page
5. Brief Contents
6. Contents
7. Preface
9. 1. Basic Concepts
1. 1.1 Introduction
2. 1.2 Voltage, Current and Resistance
3. 1.3 Ohm’s Law
4. 1.4 Electrical Power and Energy
5. 1.5 Series and Parallel Connections of Resistors
6. 1.6 Basic Circuit Elements
7. 1.7 Inductors and Capacitors in DC Circuits
8. 1.8 DC Network Terminologies and Circuit Fundamentals
10. 2. Kirchhoff’s Laws, Mesh and Nodal Analysis
1. 2.1 Kirchhoff’s Laws
2. 2.2 Mesh Analysis
3. 2.3 Nodal Analysis
4. 2.4 Super Nodal Analysis
5. 2.5 Super Mesh Analysis
6. 2.6 Methods of Solving Complex Network Problems
11. 3. Steady State Analysis of AC Circuits
1. 3.1 AC Voltage Applied Across a Resistor
2. 3.2 AC Voltage Applied Across an Inductor
3. 3.3 AC Voltage Applied Across a Capacitor
4. 3.4 R-L Series Circuit
5. 3.5 Apparent Power, Real Power and Reactive Power
6. 3.6 Power in R-L Series Circuit
7. 3.7 Power Triangle of R-L Series Circuit
8. 3.8 R-C Series Circuit
9. 3.9 R-L-C Series Circuit
10. 3.10 AC Parallel Circuits
11. 3.11 AC Series-Parallel Circuits
12. 4. R-L-C Circuits and Resonance
1. 4.1 R-L-C Series Circuit with Variable Frequency Input Voltage
2. 4.2 Series Resonance
3. 4.3 Applications of R-L-C Circuits
4. 4.4 Parallel Resonance
5. 4.5 Parallel Resonant Filters
6. 4.6 Applications of Resonant Circuits
13. 5. Network Theorems and Applications
1. 5.1 Introduction
2. 5.2 Superposition Theorem
3. 5.3 Thevenin’s Theorem
4. 5.4 Norton’s Theorem
5. 5.5 Millman’s Theorem
6. 5.6 Maximum Power Transfer Theorem
7. 5.7 Maximum Power Transfer Theorem for Complex Impedance Circuits
8. 5.8 Reciprocity Theorem
9. 5.9 Tellegen’s Theorem
10. 5.10 Compensation Theorem
11. 5.11 Star-Delta Transformation
12. 5.12 Numericals on Network Theorems
14. 6. Transient Response of Circuits Using Differential Equations
1. 6.1 Transient Condition in Networks
2. 6.2 Transient Response of R-L Series Circuits Having DC Excitation
3. 6.3 Transient Response in R-C Series Circuits Having DC Excitation
4. 6.4 Transient Response of R-L-C Series Circuits Having DC Excitation
5. 6.5 Sinusoidal Response of R-L Circuits
6. 6.6 Sinusoidal Response of R-C Circuits
7. 6.7 Sinusoidal Response of R-L-C Circuits
15. 7. Laplace Transform
1. 7.1 Concept of Laplace Transform
2. 7.2 Laplace Transform of Standard Functions
3. 7.3 Laplace Transform Problems Based on Standard Formula
4. 7.4 Properties of Laplace Transform
5. 7.5 Summary of Useful Properties of Laplace Transform
6. 7.6 Initial Value Theorem
7. 7.7 Final Value Theorem
8. 7.8 Inverse Laplace Transform
9. 7.9 Convolution Theorem
16. 8. Transient Response of Circuits Using Laplace Transform
1. 8.1 Steps to Find Transient Response Using Laplace Transform
2. 8.2 Circuit Elements in the s-Domain
3. 8.3 DC Response of R-C Series Circuit
4. 8.4 DC Response of R-L Series Circuit
5. 8.5 DC Response of an R-L-C Series Circuit
6. 8.6 Sinusoidal Response of R-L Series Circuit
7. 8.7 Sinusoidal Response of R-C Series Circuit
17. 9. Three-Phase Systems and Circuits
1. 9.1 Introduction
2. 9.2 Advantages of Three-Phase Systems
3. 9.3 Generation of Three-Phase Voltages
4. 9.4 Terms Used in Three-Phase Systems and Circuits
5. 9.5 Three-Phase Winding Connections
6. 9.6 Active and Reactive Power
7. 9.7 Comparison Between Star Connection and Delta Connection
8. 9.8 Measurment of Power in Three-Phase Circuits
9. 9.9 More Numericals Basesd on Three-Phase Balanced Load
10. 9.10 Method of Solving Problems on Unbalanced Load
18. 10. Network Functions − s-Domain Analysis of Circuits
1. 10.1 Introduction
2. 10.2 Transformed Impedances in s-Domain
3. 10.3 One-Port Network
4. 10.4 Two-Port Network
5. 10.5 Transfer Function
6. 10.6 Network Function in Generalised Form
7. 10.7 Poles and Zeros of Network Functions
8. 10.8 Pole-Zero Diagram
9. 10.9 Time-Domain Response from Pole-Zero Plot
10. 10.10 More Examples on Network Function
11. 10.11 Poles and Zeros of Network Functions and Their Significance
12. 10.12 Stability Criterion for an Active Network
13. 10.13 Examples Based on Pole-Zero Plot
19. 11. Two-port Network Parameters
1. 11.1 Introduction
2. 11.2 Two-port Network Parameters
3. 11.3 Correlation of Two-Port Network Parameters
4. 11.4 Two-Port Reciprocal and Symmetrical Networks
5. 11.5 Terminated Two-Port Network
6. 11.6 Interconnected Two-Port Network
7. 11.7 T-Circuit Representation of Two-Port Network
8. 11.8 π-Circuit Representation of Two-Port Network
9. 11.9 Image Impedance
10. 11.10 More Solved Numericals
20. 12. Network Synthesis and Readability
1. 12.1 Introduction
2. 12.2 Hurwitz Conditions for Stability
3. 12.3 Properties of Positive Real Functions
4. 12.4 Synthesis of Networks by Foster’s and Cauer’s Methods
5. 12.5 Foster and Cauer Forms
6. 12.6 More Numericals on Synthesis of L-C Network
21. 13. Filters and Attenuators
1. 13.1 Introduction
2. 13.2 Types of Filters
3. 13.3 Classification of Passive Filters
4. 13.4 Parameters of a Filter
5. 13.5 Filter Networks
6. 13.6 Analysis of Filter Networks
7. 13.7 Classification of Filters
8. 13.8 Constant K-Type or Prototype Filters
9. 13.9 m-Derived Filters
10. 13.10 Composite Filters
11. 13.11 Additional Solved Numericals on Filters
12. 13.12 Attenuators
13. 13.13 More Solved Problems on Filters and Attenuators
22. Index