# Figures from Irwin, "Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis", Edition Eight

Chapter   1:      PPT     Basic Concepts

Chapter   2:      ZIP                  Resistive Circuits

2.1:      PPT     Ohm’s Laws

2.2:      PPT     Kirchoff’s Laws

2.3:      PPT     Single Loop Circuits

2.4:      PPT     Single Node-Pair Circuits

2.5-7:   PPT     Series and Parallel Resistor Combinations

2.8:      PPT     Circuits with Dependent Sources

2.9,10:PPT       Application Examples

Chapter   3:      ZIP                  Nodal and Loop Analysis Techniques

3.1:      PPT     Nodal Analysis

3.2:      PPT     Loop Analysis

3.3:      PPT     Application Design

Chapter   4:      PPT                 Operational Amplifiers

Chapter   5:      ZIP                  Additional Analysis Techniques

5.1:     PPT     Thevenin and Norton Equivalent Circuits

5.2:     PPT     Superposition

5.3:     PPT Learning by Application

Chapter   6:      PPT     Capacitance and Inductance

Chapter   7:      ZIP                  First and Second Order Transient Circuits

7.1,2:  PPT     First Order Circuits (RL, RC, and Introduction)

PPT     Step-by-Step Pulse Analysis

7.3:     PPT     Second Order Circuits (RLC)

7.4:     PPT     Learning by Design

Chapter   8:      PPT     AC Steady-State Analysis (Phasors)

Chapter   9:      PPT     Steady-State Power Analysis

Chapter   10:    PPT     Magnetically Coupled Networks (Transformers, Mutual Inductance)

Chapter   11:    PPT     Polyphase Circuits

Chapter   12:    PPT     Variable Frequency Networks

Chapter   13:    PPT     The LaPlace Transform

Chapter   14:    PPT     Application of the LaPlace Transform to Circuits

Chapter   15:    PPT     Fourier Analysis Techniques

Chapter   16:    PPT     Two-Port Networks

(From Ed 7):    PPT     Basic Semiconductor Electronic Circuits

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