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Electrical Engineering: Principles and Applications (5th Edition) epub

by Allan R. Hambley


Electrical Engineering: Principles and Applications (5th Edition) epub

ISBN: 0132130068

ISBN13: 978-0132130066

Author: Allan R. Hambley

Category: Transportation

Subcategory: Engineering

Language: English

Publisher: Pearson; 5 edition (January 13, 2010)

Pages: 912 pages

ePUB book: 1183 kb

FB2 book: 1135 kb

Rating: 4.3

Votes: 408

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I haven't taken electrical engineering in some time, but have found this book a great substitute to the pricey Principles and Applications of Electrical Engineering Dec 13, 2005 by Giorgio Rizzoni, which I used during college, but alas cannot find the book anywhere in my house.

I haven't taken electrical engineering in some time, but have found this book a great substitute to the pricey Principles and Applications of Electrical Engineering Dec 13, 2005 by Giorgio Rizzoni, which I used during college, but alas cannot find the book anywhere in my house. Anyways, this book covers the same topics and is as well organized as Rizzoni's.

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Practical Applications of Electrical Engineering Principles. Electronics is the study and application of materials, devices, and circuits used in amplifying and switching electrical signals. The most important electronic devices are transistors of various kinds. They are used in nearly all places where electrical information or energy is employed.

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Electrical Engineering: Principles and Applications, 6e helps students learn ng fundamentals with minimal frustration. Its goals are to present basic concepts in a general setting, to show students how the principles of electrical engineering apply to specific problems in their own fields, and to enhance the overall learning process. Circuit analysis, digital systems, electronics, and electromechanics are covered.

Allan R. Hambley" received his . He is currently Professor of Electrical Engineering at Michigan Tech. degree from Michigan Technological University, his . degree from Illinois Institute of Technology, and his P. from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. The Michigan Tech chapter of Eta Kappa Nu named him the Outstanding Electrical Engineering Teacher of the Year in 1995.

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The Electrical Engineering Handbook by Richard C. Dorf " Here is a brief list of real handbooks I own which have the necessary depth to use in the real world: 1. Condon's Handbook of Physics 2. Eshbach's Handbook of Engineering Fundamentals 3. Mark's Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineering 4. Markus Guidebook of Electronic Circuits 5. Potter's Handbook of the Engineering.

Published April 19th 2005 by Prentice Hall. Author(s): Allan R. ISBN: 0133413985 (ISBN13: 9780133413984). ISBN: 0131470469 (ISBN13: 9780131470460). Electrical Engineering: Principles and Applications (Hardcover). Published April 7th 2007 by Prentice Hall.

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For undergraduate introductory or survey courses in electrical engineering.

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS, 5/e helps students learn electrical-engineering fundamentals with minimal frustration. Its goals are to present basic concepts in a general setting, to show students how the principles of electrical engineering apply to specific problems in their own fields, and to enhance the overall learning process. Circuit analysis, digital systems, electronics, and electromechanics are covered. A wide variety of pedagogical features stimulate student interest and engender awareness of the material’s relevance to their chosen profession.

The International edition's problems are different from the normal edition's problems. The actual content in the chapters is seemingly identical to the normal 5th edition. If the author made any changes to the chapters from edition to edition, it is hardly noticeable.

There are also no solutions to problems in the back, but there are solutions to the 'practice tests' at the end of each chapter. There are a few examples in the chapters and it seems to be about 1 example per section. The chapters seem to focus more on the conceptual aspects and deriving equations. A problem/solution book would be a great supplement to this text (check out the Schaum's series).
Although I am still taking the course which requires this book, I am not connected very well with the book.
There are a few good things about this book, but many more worse things. I'll start with the bad.

The worst thing about this book is the lack of answers in the back of the book. At least if the author did not provide answers in the
back of the book, SURELY he would provide many more examples and much more detailed explanations of the problems.

The other worse thing is more to do with the solution manual. Compared to any other solutions manual I have seen, this one
includes very little work. The solutions manual looks like work done from a video that we can't hear (Basically, we just see the scratch work, which could be work pulled out from garbage can).

The good thing about this book is that, if you follow EXACTLY how the problems are done (likely only done once), then you should be able to get correct answers without considering much differences.

Also, I do enjoy the little discussions about energy and different applications beyond the text. That's fine.

I believe that this book was written in an attempt to oversimplify the material. I cannot tell you how many times i look at an equation and realize that one page is necessary to show how that equation got there, OR SOMEONE SHOULD, AT LEAST, MENTION THAT IT DOES.
The book was in great condition as expected. I got it used but looks almost like new. I got it for school and it still had the instructional CD attached to it untouched. So far for school it has been very helpful. Has lots of good material and the CD contain more examples. Also the answer to the problems in the book are not in the back of the textbook like others, they are actually in the CDs that it comes with. And its not all problems just some.
This is the India Edition, which is not very easily detected from this Amazon page. The content appears the same, but the problems's details have been altered. A great buy if you don't care, but a worthless buy for a class.
Just what you would expect from a textbook. Thats why its only getting three stars lol. All the questions are worked out on chegg so its helpful if you get stuck. This is probably he best book for the class that I had to take.
I bought this book for an EE survey class (I am an aerospace engineer, but was required to take this class). It does a good job at teaching the basics of circuits, like Kirchoff's laws, Thevenin circuits, and transient response. The appendix even has a section on complex arithmetic, which is particularly helpful when dealing with inductors and capacitors. With plenty of practice problems and clear examples, this book does a good job and conveying the basics of electrical engineering. I won't speak to the depth of the material, as I took it for a survey class, but what it does cover, it covers well.
This book is barely ok...with so many good books on introductory electrical engineering, I wouldn't use this one. The explanations in the book are very superficial. I also do not like how it's laid out. It explains FETs *before* describing BJT's.
I am an engineer brushing up on my electric skills to design robots around my house. I haven't taken electrical engineering in some time, but have found this book a great substitute to the pricey Principles and Applications of Electrical Engineering Dec 13, 2005 by Giorgio Rizzoni, which I used during college, but alas cannot find the book anywhere in my house. Anyways, this book covers the same topics and is as well organized as Rizzoni's. Save the money and get this, you won't be disappointed.