## Network Analysis and Synthesis

#### About the Book

This textbook is designed especially for undergraduate students of the following branches of engineering—Electrical and Electronics, Electronics and Communication, Electronics and Instrumentation, and Instrumentation and Control. It covers the syllabi of the core subjects—Electrical Circuits, Network Theory, Circuit Theory, Network Analysis, and Networks and Synthesis. The primary goal of this textbook is to establish a firm understanding of the basic laws of electric circuits which help in developing a working knowledge of the methods of analysis used most frequently. With a rich assortment of solved problems, exercise problems, review questions and multiple choice questions across 15 chapters, the book is designed to provide the student an exposure to the key functionalities of the concepts in real-time applications.

Salient Features:

• Carefully chosen, well-placed examples help the students master the subject.
• Learning outcomes, based on Revised Bloom's taxonomy (RBT), are provided at the beginning of each chapter to inculcate Outcome-Based Education (OBE).
• Compelling pedagogy that includes 483 solved examples, 232 review questions, 230 exercise problems and 455 multiple choice questions.

For students: An elaborate appendix showcasing MATLAB/SIMULINK examples
For faculty: Solutions manual and chapter-wise power point presentations

#### Contributors (Author(s), Editor(s), Translator(s), Illustrator(s) etc.)

Dr Ramana Pilla obtained his Ph.D. from JNTU Hyderabad. He is currently Associate Professor at GMR Institute of Technology, Rajam, Andhra Pradesh, where he has been teaching for the past 17 years. He has published 30 papers in international and national journals, and presented several papers at conferences of repute. His areas of interest are control systems, power systems and electrical machine drives. He is a fellow of the Institute of Engineers, India.

Preface
Acknowledgements
1. Introduction to Electrical Circuits
2. AC Fundamentals
3. Steady State Analysis of AC Circuits
4. Magnetic and Coupled Circuits
5. Resonance and Locus Diagrams
6. Three Phase Circuits
7. Network Theorems
8. Network Topology
9. Transient Analysis
10. Network Analysis Using Laplace Transforms
11. Two-port Networks
12. Network Functions
13. Fourier Analysis
14. Filters and Attenuators
15. Network Synthesis
Bibliography
Index

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