Hughes Electrical & Electronic
Technology, 9th Edition

By Edward Hughes
Revised By John Hiley, et al.
Pearson Education
February 2005
ISBN: 0131143972
954 Pages, Illustrated, 7 " x 9 "
$115.00 Paper Original

This long-established text is designed to meet the current needs of electrical and electronic engineering students. It retains its comprehensive and clear approach to the fundamental principles of electrical and electronic technology. This ninth edition has been updated and new material added to reflect the need to provide support in the understanding of new advances.

The authors have also taken this opportunity to revise the logical flow of the material and have continued to illustrate the new material with numerical examples, which has long been the excellent tradition of this book. This text is appropriate for all university and college students requiring a comprehensive introduction to electrical and electronic engineering. It is also appropriate as a reference text for engineers and technicians working, not just in this field of electrical engineering but also in the many related fields of engineering where electrical and electronic technology plays a vital role.

" 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 most important information and is useful for revision.

SECTION 1: Electrical Principles
1. International system of measurement
2. Introduction to electric systems
3. Simple DC circuits
4. Network theorems
5. Capacitance and capacitors
6. Electromagnetism
7. Simple magnetic circuits
8. Inductance in a DC circuit
9. Alternating voltage and current
10. Single-phase series circuits
11. Single-phase parallel networks
12. Power in AC circuits
13. Complex notation
14. Resonance in AC circuits
15. Network theorems applied to AC networks
16. Micropower or megapower
SECTION 2: Electronic Engineering
17. Electronic Systems
18. Passive filters
19. Amplifier equivalent networks
20. Semiconductor materials
21. Rectifiers
22. Junction transistor amplifiers
23. FET amplifiers
24. Further semiconductor amplifiers
25. Interfacing digital and analogue systems
26. Digital numbers
27. Digital systems
28. Microprocessors and programs
29. Control systems
30. Signals
31. Data transmission and signals
32. Communications
33. Fibreoptics
34. Multiphase systems
SECTION 3: Power Engineering
35. Transformers
36. Introduction to machine theory
37. AC synchronous machine windings
38. Characteristics of AC synchronous machines
39. Induction motors
40. Power systems
41. Direct-current machines
42. Direct-current motors
43. Control system motors
44. Motor selection and efficiency
45. Power electronics
SECTION 4: Measurements
46. Electronic measuring instruments
47. Analogue measuring instruments
Answers to Exercises

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