## Lessons in Electric Circuits - Learning Track (Code 16)

Lessons in Electric Circuits is the title of a series of books that you can use to learn electrnics. This is not a complete engineering course, rather, using this series of books, you will learn the more practical side of electronics.

You can access the books free of cost from the Internet.

In total, there are six volumes for the complete set of books with the following titles:

- Volume I - DC
- Volume II - AC
- Volume III - Semiconductors
- Volume IV - Digital
- Volume V - Reference
- Volume VI - Experiments

All the useful material of all the chapters of every book will be used to create courses. In creating the courses, we will cover the theory. Whenever necessary or possible, we will integrate practical experiments into the courses.

### Individual Book Contents

Below, we will list the table of contents related to each book.

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#### Volume I - DC

Volume I - DC contains a total of 541 pages. Here is a table of contents related to the book:

- Basic Concepts of Electricity
- OHM's Law
- Electrical Safety
- Sceintific Notation and Metric Prefixes
- Series and Parallel Circuits
- Divider Circuits and Kirchhoff's Laws
- Series Parallel Combinations of Circuits
- DC Metering Circuits
- Electrical Instrumentation Signals
- DC Network Analysis
- Batteries and Power Systems
- Physics of Conductors and Insulators
- Capacitors
- Magnetism and Electromagnetism
- Inductors
- RC and L/R Time Constancts

#### Volume II - AC

Volume II - AC contains a total of 552 pages. Here is a table of contents related to the book:

- Basic AC Theory
- Complex Numbers
- Reactance and Impedance - Inductive
- Reactance and Impedance - Capacitive
- Reactance and Impedance - R, L and C
- Resonance
- Mixed Frequency AC Signals
- Filters
- Transformers
- Polyphase AC Circuits
- Power Factor
- AC Metering Circuits
- AC Motors
- Transmission Lines

#### Volume III - Semiconductors

Volume III - Semiconductors contains a total of 541 pages. Here is a table of contents related to the book:

- Amplifiers and Active Devices
- Solid State Device Theory
- Diodes and Rectifiers
- Bipolar Junction Transistors
- Junction Field-Effect Transistors
- Insulated-Gate Field-Effect Transistors
- Thyristors
- Operational Amplifiers
- Practical Analog Semiconductor Circuits
- Active Filters
- DC Motor Drives
- Inverters and AC Motor Drives
- Electron Tubes

#### Volume IV - Digital

Volume IV - Digital contains a total of 500 pages. Here is a table of contents related to the book:

- Numeration Systems
- Binary Arithmetic
- Logic Gates
- Switches
- Electromechanical Relays
- Ladder Logic
- Boolean Algebra
- Karnaugh Mapping
- Combinational Logic Functions
- Multivibrators
- Sequential Circuits
- Shift Registers
- Digital-Analog Conversion
- Digital Communication
- Digital Storage (Memory)
- Principles of Digital Computing

#### Volume V - Reference

Volume V - Reference contains a total of 160 pages. Here is a table of contents related to the book:

- Useful Equations and Conversion Factors
- Color Codes
- Conductor and Insulator Tables
- Algebra Reference
- Trigonometry Reference
- Calculus Reference
- Using the Spice Circuit Simulation Program
- Troubleshooting - Theory and Practice
- Circuit Schematic Symbols
- Periodic Table of Elements

#### Volume VI - Experiments

Volume VI - Experiments contains a total of 410 pages. Here is a table of contents related to the book:

- Introduction
- Basic Concepts and Test Equipment
- DC Circuits
- AC Circuits
- Discrete Semiconductor Circuits
- Analog Integrated Circuits
- Digital Integrated Circuits
- 555 Timer Circuits

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