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circuit theory

[′sər·kət ‚thē·ə·rē]
(electricity)
The mathematical analysis of conditions and relationships in an electric circuit. Also known as electric circuit theory.
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Study begins by building upon an undergraduate-level understanding of semiconductor device physics and basic circuit theory.
Circuit theory of power factor correction in switching converters.
Here are models for circuits that provides details on noise figure, consider the effects of balanced circuits on gain, and provide supporting insights on electromagnetic concepts as they relate to overall circuit theory.
Nipp and Stoffer (both mathematics, Eidgenossische Technische Hochschule, Zurich) investigate dynamical systems from a geometric perspective, focusing on invariant manifolds, which are an important tool in mechanical systems, chemical reaction dynamics, fluid mechanics, electronic circuit theory, and other applications.
First and second year engineering students across all disciplines of engineering perform internships here as part of their training in electronic circuit theory in a number of different undergraduate modules.
Using knowledge of circuit theory implies advantage to solve pipeline networks.
In addition to academic classes such as algebra, trigonometry, physics and writing, the students in the BHCC Electric Power Utility Technology (EPUT) program take courses about AC and DC circuit theory, single phase and polyphase metering, underground and substation operations, power and distribution systems, and an introduction to mass media.
A rapid growth of interest in circuit theory and simulation is seen at last decade.
On the other hand, the relationship between the port impedance of the soil probe and the sensor output can be established with the help of electric circuit theory (e.
The graphical, interactive environment helps educators to reinforce circuit theory and bridge the gap between the classroom and hands-on laboratory learning.
Sachs (Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany) offers an overview of theoretical, implementation, and application aspects of low-power ultra-wideband (UWB) sensors, writing for students, engineers, and researchers with background in undergraduate mathematics, signal and system theory, electric circuit theory, and electromagnetic wave propagation.
At the undergraduate level, the subject of transients is covered under circuit theory.

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