This book includes a complete and self contained presentation of fundamental concepts, definitions, principles and techniques on Electric Circuits, and has been designed to be an excellent supplementary textbook and help all Electrical Engineering and Technology students to understand in depth, the essentials of the theory involved and develop the insight and the analytical skills needed, in order to pursue studies in more complicated topics in circuits and electrical systems in general. The content of this book is divided in 10 chapters.
I am a self studier and I buy a lot of books for each topic.
But I only buy more when I hit a topic that I don't understand with the books I have. I notice you said "I am able to read through the chapter and understand the material". Did you actually write the derivation down step by step following the book? When you only read, you think you understand, but until the rubber hit the road which is writing it out to explain what you understand, you might only think you understand.
Never take the formular at face value, derive every single step and arrive to the formula given by the book. If you do that, then you will have a much better understanding. IF you can write it down, you really understand the material.
You'll be surprised how little you really understand when you start writing it out and explain back to yourself. Try this first if you have not, before go get any more books.
Also there is possibility that the problem in the book is very hard. Books like Cheng and Griffiths in the topics of EM use a lot of problems to cover the material that is not even cover in the text.
Particular Griffiths, he really make people sweat it out in vector calculus and people that only have the lower level multivariables calculus will get kill!!!
Their goal is to make you sweat it out. If you truly understand the book, you should be able to tell whether it's been covered or not.
If the subject is not covered, you should not beat yourself up for not able to solve the problem.
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From the problem sets I work with, they are supposed to make you sweat it out!!!Direct current (also known as DC) is the flow of charged particles in one unchanging direction (most commonly found as electron flow through conductive materials). DC can be found in just about every home and electronic device, as it is more practical (compared to AC from power stations) for many consumer devices.
Heath makes a series of books for educational purposes in electronics, and sells kits you can use to make basic circuits, but just about any book on the subject will get you there.
I think you should start by learning about DC electronics, and ohms law.
Engineering Circuit Analysis by Hayt, Kemmerly, Durbin is the best book for fundamentals. Network analysis by Van Valkenburg is also very good.
But Hayt is very easy to understand than Valkenburg. Author: Martin Plonus. The main objective of this book is to improve the knowledge in digital technology. Advantage of this book is in presenting and teaching circuits, electronics and digital communication from a single book.
This book is differing from the other books regards length, structure and emphasis of . How ever we thought to list 4 really good books to learn basic electronics. The books are not necessarily in any order but the above two books helps you learn theory also while making circuits.
But those two books are not that great when it comes mathematical analysis and pure science based theory explanation. Jan 08, · Hey all, I know this is similar to one of my other threads in the past, but I thought the situation is different enough to warrant a new thread.
Basically, my first EE course (on introductory E&M and introductory circuits) is starting and 2 textbooks are required for it. The book required for E&M.