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A modern introduction to the physical principles of electronic ceramic materials. Describes theory in structural terms via the language of quantum mechanics and statistical mechanics, bridging the gap between purely theoretical solid-state texts and strictly applied materials science texts. Most of the equations employed are derived from first principles. Each chapter describes the relevant properties of the materials covered, presents applications of the theory, and includes a graded set of problems (some to be done on a computer). Adopts the convention of the American Ceramic Society. Contains tables and figures.
One of the most comprehensive, clearly written books on electronic technology, Simpon's invaluable guide offers a concise and practical overview of the basic principles, theorems, circuit behavior and problem-solving procedures of this intriguing and fast-paced science. Examines a broad spectrum of topics, such as atomic structure, Kirchhoff's laws, energy, power, introductory circuit analysis techniques, Thevenin's theorem, the maximum power transfer theorem, electric circuit analysis, magnetism, resonance semiconductor diodes, electron current flow, and much more. Smoothly integrates the flow of material in a nonmathematical format without sacrificing depth of coverage or accuracy to help readers grasp more complex concepts and gain a more thorough understanding of the principles of electronics. Includes many practical applications, problems and examples emphasizing troubleshooting, design, and safety to provide a solid foundation in the field of electronics. An ideal reference source for electronic engineering technicians and those involved in the electronic technology field.
This book is intended for the undergraduate students of electrical and electronics engineering, electronics and communication engineering, and electronics and instrumentation engineering of various universities and state boards of technical education. In the entire book the approach in explaining a concept has been to take the reader from known to unknown and from simple to complex. Care has been taken to make the presentation student-friendly by showing step-by-step procedures wherever necessary to hold the reader’s attention throughout the book. The book has been developed on the basis of author’s long experience of teaching technical students as well as training technical professionals. Both the students, and the teachers will find this book useful and interesting to read. Key features • Exclusive coverage of the syllabus prescribed for the undergraduate students of engineering. • In-depth presentation of all key topics. • Sufficient worked-out examples to support and reinforce concepts. • Pedagogical features such as chapter wise key points to recall concepts and exercises as well as numerical problems with answers for practice.
This text offers comprehensive coverage of electronic instruments and electronics-aided measurements, highlighting the essential components of digital electronic instrumentation and the principles involved in electrical and electronic measurement processes. It also explains the stages involved in data acquisition systems for acquiring, manipulating, processing, storing, displaying and interpreting the sought-for data. The principal instruments presented in this book include cathode ray oscilloscope (CRO), analyzers, signal generators, oscillators, frequency synthesizers, sweep generators, function generators and attenuators. Besides, the book covers several laboratory meters such as phase meters, frequency meters, Q-meters, wattmeters, energy meters, power factor meters, and measurement bridges. Also included are a few important sensors and transducers which are used in the measurement of temperature, pressure, flow rate, liquid level, force, etc. The book also emphasizes the growing use of fibre optic instrumentation. It explains some typical fibre optic sensing systems including the fibre optic gyroscope. Some applications of optical fibre in biomedical area are described as well. The book is intended for a course on Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation prescribed for B.E./B.Tech. students of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electronics and Control Engineering, and Electronics and Computer Engineering. It will also be a useful book for diploma level students pursuing courses in electrical/electronics/instrumentation disciplines. A variety of worked-out examples and exercises serve to illustrate and test the understanding of the underlying concepts and principles. ADDITIONAL FEATURES • Provides the essential background knowledge concerning the principles of analogue and digital electronics • Conventional techniques of measurement of electrical quantities are also presented • Shielding, grounding and EMI aspects of instrumentation are highlighted • Units, dimensions, standards, measurement errors and error analysis are dealt with in the appendices • Techniques of automated test and measurement systems are briefly discussed in an appendix
Basic Principles of Electronics, Volume 2: Semiconductors focuses on the properties, applications, and characteristics of semiconductors. The publication first elaborates on conduction in the solid state, conduction and heat, and semiconductors. Discussions focus on extrinsic or impurity semiconductors, electrons and holes, effect of temperature on the conductivity, mean free path, Joule heating effect, "vacancies" in crystals, and Drude's theory of metallic conduction. The text then ponders on semiconductor technology and simple devices, transistor, and transistor production and characteristics. Topics include strain gauges, thermistors, thermoelectric semiconductors, crystal preparation, photoconductors, and the Hall effect. The book elaborates on special devices, processes, and uses, common transistor circuitry, and a low-frequency equivalent circuit for common base, including radiation detection, optoelectronics, field effect transistors, sonar amplifier, oscillators, and multi-stage amplifiers. The publication is highly recommended for technical college students and researchers wanting to study semiconductors.

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