Hughes Electrical and Electronic Technology, Tenth Edition by Edward Hughes, Dr. John Hiley, Ian McKenzie-Smith, Dr. Keith Brown.
All engineers, engineering students need to understand the fundamental principles of electrical and electronic technology. This best-selling text provides a clear and accessible introduction to the area, with balanced coverage of electrical, electronic, and power engineering.
1: Electrical Principles, International System of Measurement, Introduction to Electrical Systems, Simple DC Circuits Network, Theorems Capacitance and Capacitors, Electromagnetism, Simple Magnetic Circuits, Inductance in a DC Circuit, Alternating Voltage and Current Single-phase Series Circuits, Single-phase Parallel Networks, Power in AC Circuits, Complex Notation Resonance in AC Circuits, Network Theorems Applied to AC Networks.
Section 2: Electronic Engineering, Electronic Systems, Passive Filters, Amplifier Equivalent Networks, Semiconductor Materials, Rectifiers, Junction Transistor Amplifiers, FET, Amplifiers, Further Semiconductor Amplifiers, Interfacing Digital and Analogue Systems, Digital Numbers, Digital Systems, Microprocessors and Programs Control Systems, Signals Data Transmission and Signals Communications, Fibreoptics.
Section 3: Power Engineering, Multiphase Systems Transformers, Introduction to Machine Theory, AC Synchronous Machine, Windings Characteristics of AC, Synchronous Machines, Induction Motors, Electrical Energy Systems, Power Systems, Direct-current Machines, Direct-current Motors, Control System Motors, Motor Selection and Efficiency Power Electronics.
Section 4: Electronic Measuring Instruments, Analogue Measuring Instruments.