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1 Basic C m ш ircuit Theory Charles A. Desoer and Ernest S. Kuh Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences University of California, Berkeley McGrawHill Book Company New York St. Louis San Francisco London Sydney Toronto Mexico Panama
2 Preface,v Chapter 1 Lumped Circuits and Kirchhoff's Laws 1. Lumped circuits, 2 2. Reference directions, 4 3. Kirchhoff's current law (KCL), 5 4. Kirchhoff's voltage law (KVL), 6 5. Wavelength and dimension of the circuit, 8 Summary, 10 Problems, 10 Chapter 2 Circuit Elements 1. Resistors, The linear timeinvariant resistor, The linear timevarying resistor, The nonlinear resistor, Independent sources, Voltage source, Current source, Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits, Waveforms and their notation, Some typical waveforms, Capacitors, The linear timeinvariant capacitor, The linear timevarying capacitor, The nonlinear capacitor, Inductors, The linear timeinvariant inductor, The linear timevarying inductor, The nonlinear inductor, Hysteresis, Summary of twoterminal elements, Power and energy, Power entering a resistor, passivity, 54
3 xii 6.2 Energy stored in timeinvariant capacitors, Energy stored in timeinvariant inductors, Physical components versus circuit elements, 59 Summary, 61 Problems, 62 Chapter 3 Simple Circuits 1. Series connection of resistors, Parallel connection of resistors, Series and parallel connection of resistors, Smallsignal analysis, Circuits with capacitors or inductors, Series connection of capacitors, Parallel connection of capacitors, Series connection of inductors, Parallel connection of inductors, 100 Summary, 101 Problems, 101 Chapter 4 Firstorder Circuits 1. Linear timeinvariant firstorder circuit, zeroinput response, The RC (resistorcapacitor) circuit, The RL (resistorinductor) circuit, The zeroinput response as a function of the initial state, Mechanical example, Zerostate response, Constant current input, Sinusoidal input, Complete response: transient and steadystate, Complete response, Transient and steady state, Circuits with two time constants, The linearity of the zerostate response, Linearity and time invariance, Step response, The timeinvariance property, The shift operator, Impulse response, Step and impulse response for simple circuits, Timevarying circuits and nonlinear circuits, 154 Summary, 164 Problems, Linear timeinvariant RLC circuit, zeroinput response, Linear timeinvariant RLC circuit, zerostate response, Step response, 187
4 xiii 2.2 Impulse response, The statespace approach, State equations and trajectory, Matrix representation, Approximate method for the calculation of the trajectory, State equations and complete response, Oscillation, negative resistance, and stability, Nonlinear and timevarying circuits, Dual and analog circuits, Duality, Mechanical and electrical analog, 225 Summary, 227 Problems, 228 Chapter 6 Introduction to Linear Timeinvariant Circuits 1. Some general definitions and properties, Node and mesh analyses, Node analysis, Mesh analysis, Inputoutput representation («thorder differential equation), Zeroinput response, Zerostate response, Impulse response, Response to an arbitrary input, Derivation of the convolution integral, Example of a convolution integral in physics, Comments on linear timevarying circuits, The complete response, Computation of convolution integrals, 254 Summary, 261 Problems, 262 Chapter 7 Sinusoidal Steadystate Analysis 1. Review of complex numbers, Description of complex numbers, Operations with complex numbers, Phasors and ordinary differential equations, The representation of a sinusoid by a phasor, Application of the phasor method to differential equations, Complete response and sinusoidal steadystate response, Complete response, Sinusoidal steadystate response, Superposition in the steady state, Concepts of impedance and admittance, Phasor relations for circuit elements, Definition of impedance and admittance, Sinusoidal steadystate analysis of simple circuits, Seriesparallel connections, Node and mesh analyses in the sinusoidal steady state, 299
5 xiv 6. Resonant circuits, Impedance, admittance, and phasors, Network function, frequency response, Power in sinusoidal steady state, Instantaneous, average, and complex power, Additive property of average power, Effective or rootmeansquare values, Theorem on the maximum power transfer, Q of a resonant circuit, Impedance and frequency normalization, 326 Summary, 329 Problems, 331 Chapter 8 Coupling Elements and Coupled Circuits 1. Coupled inductors, Characterization of linear timeinvariant coupled inductors, Coefficient of coupling, Multiwinding inductors and their inductance matrix, Series and parallel connections of coupled inductors, Doubletuned circuit, Ideal transformers, Twowinding ideal transformer, Impedancechanging properties, Controlled sources, Characterization of four kinds of controlled source, Examples of circuit analysis, Other properties of controlled sources, 368 Summary, 371 Problems, 372 Chapter 9 Network Graphs and Tellegen's Theorem 1. The concept of a graph, Cut sets and Kirchhoff's current law, Loops and Kirchhoff's voltage law, Tellegen's theorem, Applications, Conservation of energy, Conservation of complex power, The real part and phase of drivingpoint impedances, Drivingpoint impedance, power dissipated, and energy stored, 401 Summary, 402 Problems, 403 Chapter 10 Node and Mesh Analyses 1. Source transformations, Two basic facts of node analysis, 414
6 2.1 Implications of KCL, Implications of KVL, Tellegen's theorem revisited, Node analysis of linear timeinvariant networks, Analysis of resistive networks, Writing node equations by inspection, Sinusoidal steadystate analysis, Integrodifferential equations, Shortcut method, Duality, Planar graphs, meshes, outer meshes, Dual graphs, Dual networks, Two basic facts of mesh analysis, Implications of KVL, Implications of KCL, Mesh analysis of linear timeinvariant networks, Sinusoidal steadystate analysis, Integrodifferential equations, 464 Summary, 466 Problems, 469 Chapter 11 Loop and Cutset Analysis 1. Fundamental theorem of graph theory, Loop analysis, Two basic facts of loop analysis, Loop analysis for linear timeinvariant networks, Properties of the loop impedance matrix, Cutset analysis, Two basic facts of cutset analysis, Cutset analysis for linear timeinvariant networks, Properties of the cutset admittance matrix, Comments on loop and cutset analysis, Relation between В and Q, 493 Summary, 495 Problems, 496 Chapter 12 State Equations 1. Linear timeinvariant networks, The concept of state, Nonlinear and timevarying networks, Linear timevarying case, Nonlinear case, State equations for linear timeinvariant networks, 516 Summary, 521 Problems, 522
7 xvi Chapter 13 Laplace Transforms 1. Definition of the Laplace transform, Basic properties of the Laplace transform, Uniqueness, Linearity, Differentiation rule, Integration rule, Solutions of simple circuits, Calculation of an impulse response, Partialfraction expansion, Zerostate response, The convolution theorem, The complete response, Solution of general networks, Formulation of linear algebraic equations, The cofactor method, Network functions and sinusoidal steady state, Fundamental properties of linear timeinvariant networks, State equations, Degenerate networks, Sufficient conditions for uniqueness, 571 Summary, 573 Problems, 574 Chapter 14 Natural Frequencies 1. Natural frequency of a network variable, The elimination method, General remarks, Equivalent systems, The elimination algorithm, Natural frequencies of a network, Natural frequencies and state equations, 603 Summary, 605 Problems, 606 Chapter 15 Network Functions 1. Definition, examples, and general property, Poles, zeros, and frequency response, Poles, zeros, and impulse response, Physical interpretation of poles and zeros, Poles, Natural frequencies of a network, Zeros, 6J5 5. Application to oscillator design, Symmetry properties, 641 Summary, 642 Problems, 643
8 xvii Chapter 16 Network Theorems 1. The Substitution theorem, Theorem, examples, and application, Proof of the substitution theorem, The superposition theorem, Theorem, remarks, examples, and corollaries, Proof of the superposition theorem, TheveninNorton equivalent network theorem, Theorem, examples, remarks, and corollary, Special cases, Proof of Thevenin theorem, An application of the Thevenin equivalent network theorem, The reciprocity theorem, Theorem, examples, and remarks, Proof of the reciprocity theorem, 694 Summary, 697 Problems, 699 Chapter 17 Twoports 1. Review of oneports, Resistive twoports, Various twoport descriptions, Terminated nonlinear twoports, Incremental model and smallsignal analysis, Transistor examples, Commonbase configuration, Commonemitter configuration, Coupled inductors, Impedance and admittance matrices of twoports, The (opencircuit) impedance matrix, The (shortcircuit) admittance matrix, A terminated twoport, 741 Other twoport parameter matrices, The hybrid matrices, The transmission matrices, 746 Summary, 750 Problems, 751 Chapter 18 Resistive Networks 1. Physical networks and network models, Analysis of resistive networks from a power point of view, Linear networks made of passive resistors, Minimum property of the dissipated power, Minimizing appropriate networks, Nonlinear resistive networks, The voltage gain and the current gain of a resistive network, Voltage gain, Current gain, 779 Summary, 781 Problems, 782
9 Energy and Passivity 1. Linear timevarying capacitor, Description of the circuit, Pumping energy into the circuit, Statespace interpretation, Energy balance, Energy stored in nonlinear timevarying elements, Energy stored in a nonlinear timevarying inductor, Energy balance in a nonlinear timevarying inductor, Passive oneports, Resistors, Inductors and capacitors, Passive oneports, Exponential input and exponential response, Oneports made of passive linear timeinvariant elements, Stability of passive networks, Passive networks and stable networks, Passivity and stability, Passivity and network functions, Parametric amplifier, 822 Summary, 825 Problems, 827 Appendix A Functions and Linearity 1. Functions, Introduction to the concept of function, Formal definition, Linear functions, Scalars, Linear spaces, Linear functions, 837 Appendix В Matrices and Determinants 1. Matrices, Definitions, Operations, More definitions, The algebra of«x«matrices, Determinants, Definitions, Properties of determinants, Cramer's rule, Determinant inequalities, Linear dependence and rank, Linear independent vectors, Rank of a matrix, Linear independent equations, Positive definite matrices, 853
10 Appendix C Differential Equations 1. The linear equation of order n, Definitions, Properties based on linearity, Existence and uniqueness, The homogeneous linear equation with constant coefficients, Distinct characteristic roots, Multiple characteristic roots, Particular solutions of UD)y(t) = b(t), Nonlinear differential equations, Interpretation of the equation, Existence and uniqueness, 865 Index, 869 List of Tables 2.1 Classification of Twoterminal Elements, Series and Parallel Connection, Step and Impulse Responses, Zeroinput Responses of a Secondorder Circuit, Classification of Parallel RLC Circuits, Sinusoidal Steadystate Properties of Resonant Circuits, Dual Terms, Summary of Node and Mesh Analysis, Laplace Transforms of Elementary Functions, Basic Properties of the Laplace Transforms, Conversion Chart of Twoport Matrices, Summary of Energy Relations for Inductors and Capacitors, 801
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