He received his B. Naval Academy, his B. Navy Postgraduate School, and his M. He is an Adjunct Professor at American University and George Washington University where he teaches courses in mathematics and elkctrical engineering. He is the author of over fifty technical papers. All rights reserved.
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Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. If you are confused on the basic electrical concepts then this is a great book for you! This book has been written to get you ready for technical courses, the book reviews digital and computer technology and the more advanced level of expertise required of technicians in these fields.
Chapters focus on particular subjects as they are related to electric circ If you are confused on the basic electrical concepts then this is a great book for you! Chapters focus on particular subjects as they are related to electric circuits, so you can target specific areas or just read the subject as a whole.
You will also learn how to solve circuit values in more complex series and parallel circuits. I would definitely recommend this book to a friend who is interested in taking technical courses.
The first couple of chapters start out with the basics of electricity. These are the basic type of concepts you see in the early chapters. The book also does a great job in differentiating series and parallel circuits.
There are even problems in the book that you can do to make sure you understand the concepts. There are over a thousand diagrams in the book each explaining almost every concept too. In the middle chapters, the book starts to get a little complicated. I quote this because in these couple of chapters the application of mathematics will get more involved. You will see what look as different types circuits, but they are just a more complicated way of representing series or parallel circuits.
Up to this point the book has prepared you for solving circuits and troubleshooting. The last couple of chapters get very involved with trigonometry. The book gives you a solid understanding of alternating current, inductance circuits, and capacitive currents.
Again, the book has many diagrams and has many great explanations that go along with it. It may seem overwhelming to someone who is new to the subject, but this book is specialized to make sure you do not feel that way.
Overall this is a great book for people who are sure they want to go into the technical field. You must remember that with out the prerequisites of Algebra and Trigonometry this book will be challenging.
So, do not go buying or reading this text if your math skills are not up to the average. I would say that this book can be a refresher, or a review for someone studying electronics. It really helped a lot! Would recommend this one highly. View 1 comment. Jaime Ventura Dos Santos rated it really liked it Nov 26, Peter Addington-white rated it really liked it Oct 27, Gregory M.
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