A comprehensive, practical and accessible introduction to the field of electrical and electronic engineering. Keeps mathematics to a minimum, covering only the necessary principles Contains a wealth of worked examples, demonstrating theory in practice Hundreds of end-of-chapter problems test knowledge and allow students to practice solving problems 2-colour illustrations and text throughout aid navigation, highlight key sections and enhance understanding in figures Highlighted key equations, summaries of formulae and key terms and concepts aid the student in locating the most important information and helps with revisionCalculate: (a) the current in each branch; (b) the resultant current; (c) the phase difference between the resultant current and the applied voltage; (d) the active power; and (e) the power factor. Sketch the phasor diagram. 3. A resistor and aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Hughes Electrical and Electronic Technology|
|Author||:||Edward Hughes, John Hiley, Keith Brown, Ian McKenzie Smith|
|Publisher||:||Pearson Education - 2008|