Thursday, May 24, 2018

FUNDAMENTALS OF Electrical Engineering By Charles A. Gross and Thaddeus A. Roppel

FUNDAMENTALS OF Electrical Engineering By Charles A. Gross and Thaddeus A. Roppel


Chapter 1 What Is Engineering?
Chapter 2 Electrical Circuit Concepts
Chapter 3 Electrical Energy
Chapter 4 Electrical Generation and Transmission
Chapter 5 Electrical Loads
Chapter 6 Semiconductor Devices
Chapter 7 Sensors and Instrumentation
Chapter 8 Digital Logic
Chapter 9 Robots


Contemporary engineering requires that practitioners specialize simply too much to know for any one individual to deal with all of the There is technical aspects of most engineering projects Still, real-world engineering problems are almost never neatly divided into mechanical, electrical, chemical, civil, and other categories Thus, there is a need for all engineers to have at least a basic knowledge of the full spectrum of specialties throughout the engineering profession, not to mention consideration of economics and environmental, political, and social issues It is paradoxical that while we need an ever-increasing depth of knowledge in our particular field, we also need an ever-broadening general education.



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