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Power System Analysis, 2e  
By Hadi Saadat. This text is intended for undergraduate students studying power system analysis and design. The book introduces fundamental concepts and modern topics with applications to real-world problems. MATLAB, Simulink, and the Control System Toolbox are introduced in appendices and used throughout the book to solve numerous problems.
Submitted: Feb 19, 2004
Antenna and EM Modeling with MATLAB  
By Sergey N. Makarov. Written for students and professionals in the field of antenna design, this book demonstrates how to use MATLAB to solve basic radiation/scattering antenna problems in structures that range from simple dipoles to patch antennas and patch antenna arrays. Specialized antenna types like fractal antennas and frequency selective surfaces are considered as well.
Submitted: Feb 09, 2004
Dynamic Simulation of Electric Machinery: Using MATLAB/Simulink  
By Chee-Mun Ong, ISBN 0-13-723785-5 This book offers a complete treatment of frequently studied machine systems.Subject areas range from background theory and models to implementationand verification techniques for simulations and linear analysis. Althoughthe book focuses on the techniques applicable to the modeling and simulationof electric machinery, it also illustrates the usefulness of knowing thephysical aspects of machines, the assumptions made when modeling machines,and the basic operating characteristics of these machines in verifyingthe correctness of an implemented simulation and in interpreting simulationresults. A full chapter is devoted to the use of MATLAB and Simulink,and an appendix provides an overview of key numerical methods used.CompanionSoftware: The author has developed a set of MATLAB M-files and Simulinkmodels, which is available on a CD-ROM bound in the book.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Modern Power Electronics and AC Drives  
By Bimal Bose ISBN 0-13-016743-6 Written for upper-level undergraduates, graduate students, and professionals, this book presents the basics of electrical power conversion and control through the use of power semiconductor switches. Topics covered include power semiconductor devices, AC machines, diodes and phase-controlled converters, cycloconverters, voltage and current-fed converters, and fuzzy logic and neural networks principles and applications. A Simulink simulation is included in the voltage-fed converters chapter and demo programs with the Neural Network Toolbox and Fuzzy Logic Toolbox are presented when neural networks and fuzzy logic principles and applications are covered.
Submitted: Apr 26, 2002
PSpice and MATLAB for Electronics: An Integrated Approach  
By John O. Attia. Written for students, professional engineers, and technicians, this book provides an introduction to MATLAB and PSPICE for new users, and integrates the two for electronics problem solving.
Submitted: Feb 19, 2004
Electric Machines: Analysis and Design Applying MATLAB  
By Jimmie J. Cathey. This text contains sufficient material for a single-semester core course in electric machines and energy conversion. The text is designed to enhance classical analysis methods with computer methods. Immediately after presenting a classical method of analysis, the text introduces MATLAB methods to conduct the same analysis. In addition, the text develops detailed design procedures for energy conversion equipment.
Submitted: Jun 02, 2001
Power System Harmonics: Computer Modelling and Analysis  
By Enrique Acha & Manuel Madrigal. Written for students and practicing power engineers, this book serves as a reference to harmonics modeling, simulation, and analysis laying a foundation for optimizing the quality of power supply in planning, design, and operation phases. Numerous MATLAB programs are included to aid the development of harmonic software and to provide a hands-on approach to the theory provided.
Submitted: Feb 19, 2004
Circuit Analysis II with MATLAB Applications  
By Steven T. Karris. Written for a second course in circuit analysis, this text provides detailed explanations of advanced electrical engineering concepts. Topics covered include the Laplace transform, second-order circuits, frequency response, Bode plots, three-phase systems, one and two port networks, and an introduction to MATLAB. MATLAB and the Signal Processing Toolbox are used to solve example problems throughout the text.
Submitted: Feb 09, 2004
Circuit Analysis I with MATLAB Applications  
By Steven T. Karris. This textbook is intended for first courses in circuits at both the community college and university level. The book begins with an explanation of basic concepts and definitions, followed by a discussion of circuit analysis with nodal, mesh, and loop equations; circuit theorems; operational amplifiers; sinusoidal and phasor circuit analysis; and transient analysis. The text includes numerous real-world examples solved in detail using MATLAB. In addition, an introduction to MATLAB is included in an appendix.
Submitted: Feb 09, 2004
Range-Doppler Radar Imaging and Motion Compensation  
By Jae Sok Son, Gabriel Thomas & Benjamin C. Flores. Written for practicing radar engineers, this book discusses advanced methods for analyzing and synthesizing the echo transfer functions of inverse synthetic aperture radar (ISAR) targets.
Submitted: Feb 19, 2004
Transients in Power Systems  
By Lou van der Sluis. Encompassing the fundamentals of transient phenomena, this book provides techniques for the prediction and limitation of transient behavior. Topics covered include switching actions, insulation coordination, switching gear testing, and testing of high-voltage circuit breakers. Simulink and SimPowerSystems are briefly introduced for the incorporation of arc modeling.
Submitted: Feb 19, 2004
Physique des Dispositifs Semi-conducteurs  
By Jean-Pierre Colinge & Fernand Van de Wiele, ISBN 2-8041-2107-0 This book, written in French, describes the physics of semiconductor devices.Starting from quantum mechanics and crystallography, it describes theband structure of semiconductors, the transport equations and the generation/recombinationmechanisms. Other topics covered are the PN junction; classical devices;basic processing steps of silicon technology;fabrication process of nMOS,CMOS, and bipolar devices. MATLAB exercises andsolutions are included.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Power System Oscillations  
By Graham Rogers. This book addresses power system oscillations and power system stabilizers with transient simulation as a measure of controlled system performance. After discussing the nature of the oscillations, the this text describes how to design the power system stabilizers using modal analysis and frequency response. The design of damping controls, which operate through electronic power system devices, is also discussed. Data in MATLAB format are provided in the text.
Submitted: Nov 10, 2001
Integrated Converters: D to A and A to D Architectures, Analysis and Simulation  
By Paul G. A. Jespers. This book reviews principal converter architectures and many new converter solutions used to achieve high performance. Topics covered include precision, the evolution of conversion techniques over time, and silicon integrated converters. MATLAB M-files are provided in the appendix.
Electric Machinery, 6e  
By A.E. Fitzgerald, Charles Kingsley, Jr. & Stephen D. Umans. Written for upper-level undergraduate and introductory graduate courses, this text serves as an introduction to electric machinery and electromechanics. In addition, the sixth edition has been expanded to include an introduction to power electronics and machine control. MATLAB is used to solve numerous examples and end-of-chapter problems.
Submitted: Feb 09, 2004
Electronic Warfare in the Information Age  
By D. Curtis Schleher. This book presents the theory and application of advanced topics in the electronic warfare field. Topics presented include advanced radar threat, modern electronic attack systems, digital radio frequency memory, electronic warfare support, decoy systems, and stealth technology. MATLAB and the Signal Processing Toolbox are used to solve numerous example problems throughout the book.
Submitted: Feb 09, 2004
By A. Bruce Carlson, ISBN 0-534-37097-7 s domain, Fourier series, and Laplace transforms. Sequential developmentfrom elementary to more sophisticated topics allows students to builda solid foundation before moving to a higher level of abstraction. Anappendix on circuit analysis with MATLAB is included and covers an introductionto MATLAB, resistive circuits, AC circuits, frequency response, and Laplacetransforms.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Phase-Lock Basics  
By William F. Egan, ISBN 0-471-24261-6 This text can be used as a theoretical introduction for the electricalengineering graduate student; when used with MATLAB, the book becomesa virtual laboratory for the professional analog and digital circuit designer.Features include an introduction to loop components, stability, responses,and performance in the presence of noise; scores of multicurve figuresthat illustrate various loop responses; summary of acquisition formulasfor second-order loops; and a four-page table of CW, AM, and FM signalsin multiple representations. In addition, second-order phase-locked loopsare described thoroughly, covering all practical variations with formulas,graphs, worked examples, problems sets, and MATLAB exercises, forminga basis that is extended into an understanding of more complex loops.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Matrix Analysis of Circuits Using MATLAB / James G. Gottling  
This guide/tutorial shows how to solve linear circuit problems using MATLAB®.
Submitted: Aug 01, 1999
Fundamentals of Electric Circuit Analysis  
By Clayton R. Paul. Written for a one-semester course in the analysis of linear electric circuits, this book concentrates on the mastery of basic skills. The major topics presented include the analysis of resistive circuits (including controlled sources and op amps) and the analysis of circuits in the sinusoidal steady state (phasor analysis). The book includes examples, exercises, and end-of-chapter problems with MATLAB.
Submitted: Dec 17, 2000
Fundamentals of Electric Drives  
By Mohamed A. El-Sharkawi. Written for electrical engineering undergraduates, this book focuses on the fundamentals of electric drive systems. Students are taken through the analysis and design of an entire electric drive system. Topics covered include general types of electric loads, electric drive control functions, and power converters.
The Science of Radio with MATLAB and Electronics Workbench Demonstrations, 2e  
By Paul J. Nahin. Written for electrical engineering undergraduates, this second-edition text uses the story of the AM radio to provide insight into the basics of electrical engineering while making the primary concepts and applications understandable. Technical material on differential amplifiers, additional end-of-chapter problems, and more history of the radio are new to this edition. MATLAB is used to solve some examples in the book.
Electromechanical Systems, Electric Machines, and Applied Mechatronics  
By Sergey E. Lyshevski. ISBN 0-8493-2275-8. Written for students and practicing engineers, this book presents the theory of electromechanical systems while developing strong problem-solving skills. The book focuses on simulation, using Simulink, as an important part of developing and prototyping advanced systems. An introduction to MATLAB and Simulink is provided in the first chapter. In additon, MATLAB, Simulink, and the Symbolic Math Toolbox are used to solve examples throughout the book.
Submitted: Apr 26, 2002
Physics of Semiconductor Devices  
By Jean-Pierre Colinge & Cynthia A. Colinge. Written for upper-level undergraduate and graduate level courses, this textbook covers both basic and advanced semiconductor concepts and devices. Topics covered include energy band and electrical conduction theory, metal-semiconductor contacts, the MOS and bipolar transistors, quantum-effect devices, and semiconductor processing.
Submitted: Feb 19, 2004
Linear Circuit Analysis  
By Artice M. Davis. Designed for an undergraduate course, this book presents circuit theories in the context of three fundamental quantities (time, voltage, and current), and it stresses an "applications-oriented" study of active circuits. Chapters 1-3 introduce the basic concepts of circuit analysis while establishing a solid mathematical foundation for the analysis and solution of problems. Chapters 6-10 present a method of time-domain analysis that unifies the three major divisions of circuit analysis (DC, AC, and transient analysis) based on the use of differential operators. This book provides students with a demonstrated mastery of problem-solving skills and an integrated knowledge of circuit analysis topics that effectively support their later studies in signals and systems, electronics, and control.
Submitted: Nov 10, 2001
Linear Circuit Analysis: Time Domain, Phasor, and Laplace Transform Approaches, 2e  
Written for a sophomore-level course, this book provides an in-depth coverage of linear circuit analysis. This second edition text has almost three times as many exercises, 25% more end-of-chapter problems, and 20% more examples than the previous edition. Topics covered include source transformations, power transfer theorems, and Laplace transform analysis. MATLAB is used to solve problems and examples throughout the text.
Principles and Applications of Electrical Engineering, 3e  
By Giorgio Rizzoni. Written for students taking electrical engineering courses in circuits, electronics, electromechanics, and mechatronic systems, this book aims to illustrate applications of electrical engineering principles in an uncomplicated manner. The book is divided into three sections: circuits, electronics, and electromagnetics. Topics covered include: resistive network analysis, AC network analysis, frequency response and system concepts, semiconductors and diodes, operational amplifiers, and digital logic circuits.
Submitted: Nov 10, 2001
Advanced AC Electronics: Principles and Applications  
By J. Michael Jacob. This book integrates the study of circuit theory with electronics, applying the theory to a wide variety of circuits that process sinusoidal and repetitive nonsinusoidal signals. Topics covered include phasors; impedance; parallel and series circuits; filters; and Fourier series, mesh, and nodal analysis. MATLAB is used throughout the book to solve example problems.
Submitted: Feb 09, 2004
Understanding Semiconductor Devices  
By Sima Dimitrijev, ISBN 0-19-513186-X
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Frequency Synthesis by Phase Lock, 2e  
By William F. Egan, ISBN 0-471-32104-4
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Network Analysis with Applications, 4  
By William D. Stanley. Written for undergraduate courses in advanced circuit analysis, network analysis, or linear systems, this book presents general methods of circuit and network analysis.
Submitted: Feb 19, 2004
Electronics and Information Courses Using MATLAB  
By Huaichen Chen, Dazheng Wu & Xiquan Gao. Written in Chinese for undergraduate electrical engineering students, this book introduces the use of MATLAB in various engineering applications. Topics covered include an introduction to MATLAB, and the use of MATLAB in circuits, digital signal processing, and control systems. In addition, MATLAB, Simulink, and the Control System and Symbolic Math Toolboxes are introduced and used to solve numerous examples throughout the book.
Submitted: Feb 09, 2004
Electronic Communication Systems, 2e  
By Roy Blake. ISBN 0-7668-2684-8. Written for students in two-, three-, and four-year programs in electronics technology and electronics engineering technology, this book presents the fundamentals of communications with comprehensive coverage of data and advanced communications. The book begins with the discussion of traditional analog communications and follows with modern developments in digital, data, and network communications. At the end of each chapter, examples using MATLAB and Simulink are provided.
Submitted: Apr 26, 2002
Adaptive Resonance Theory Microchips: Circuit Design Techniques  
By Teresa Serrano-Gotarredona / Bernabé Linares-Barranco & Andreas G. Andreou, ISBN 0-7923-8231-5
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Transform Circuit Analysis for Engineering and Technology, 5e  
By William D. Stanley. Written for students in engineering technology and applied engineering programs, this text presents the fundamentals of transient circuit and system analysis.
Submitted: Feb 19, 2004
Tolerance Analysis of Electronic Circuits Using MATLAB  
By Robert R. Boyd, ISBN 0-8493-2276-6 supplement to the text that contains additional MATLAB M-files to illustrateconcepts and methods is also available.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003

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