Description - Fast Analytical Techniques for Electrical and Electronic Circuits by Vatche Vorperian
Today, the only method of circuit analysis known to most engineers and students is nodal or loop analysis. Although this works well for obtaining numerical solutions, it is almost useless for obtaining analytical solutions in all but the simplest cases. In this unique book, Vorperian describes remarkable alternative techniques to solve, almost by inspection, complicated linear circuits in symbolic form and obtain meaningful analytical answers for any transfer function or impedance. Although not intended to replace traditional computer-based methods, these techniques provide engineers with a powerful set of tools for tackling circuit design problems. They also have great value in enhancing students' understanding of circuit operation, making this an ideal course book, and numerous problems and worked examples are included. Originally developed by Professor David Middlebrook and others at Caltech (California Institute of Technology), the techniques described here are now widely taught at institutions and companies around the world.
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(247mm x 174mm x 33mm)
Cambridge University Press
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Author Biography - Vatche Vorperian
Vatche Vorperian received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering in 1984 from the California Institute of Technology and joined the faculty of Electrical Engineering at Virginia Tech in the same year. He was tenured and promoted to Associate Professor in 1990. In 1991 he joined the Jet Propulsion Laboratory where he is currently a senior member of the technical staff. His expertise is in the field of power electronics in which he has published over thirty-five conference and journal papers. He has also contributed to the modeling analysis and design of such micro-electromechanical devices as the micro-gyroscope and micro-seismometer. He has taught many professional advancement courses to industry.