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Essential Circuit Analysis Using Proteus®

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  • Is a hands-on complement to texts for electric circuits I/II, electronics I/II, digital logic, and power electronics
  • Presents examples and exercises that students will see throughout the typical course
  • Discusses the simulation of electric/electronics/logic and power electronics circuits in Proteus environment

Part of the book series: Energy Systems in Electrical Engineering (ESIEE)

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This textbook provides a compact but comprehensive treatment that guides students through the analysis of circuits, using Proteus®. The book focuses on solving problems using updated market-standard software, corresponding to all key concepts covered in the classroom. The author uses his extensive classroom experience to guide students toward a deeper understanding of key concepts while they gain facility with the software they will need to master for later studies and practical use in their engineering careers. The book includes detailed exercises and examples that provide better grasping to students. This book will be ideal as a hands-on source for courses in computer-aided circuit simulation, circuits, electronics, digital logic, and power electronics. Though written primarily for undergraduate and graduate students, the text will also be useful to Ph.D. scholars and practitioners in engineering who are working on Proteus.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Maltepe University, Istanbul, Turkey

    Farzin Asadi

About the author

Farzin Asadi received his B.Sc. in Electronics Engineering, his M.Sc. in Control Engineering, and his Ph.D. in Mechatronics Engineering. Currently, he is with the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering at the Maltepe University, Istanbul, Turkey. Dr. Asadi has published more than 50 international papers and 15 books. He is on the editorial board of 7 scientific journals as well. His research interests include switching converters, control theory, robust control of power electronics converters, and robotics.

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