Real-world engineering problems are rarely, if ever, neatly divided into mechanical, electrical, chemical, civil, and other categories. Engineers from all disciplines eventually encounter computer and electronic controls and instrumentation, which require at least a basic knowledge of electrical and other engineering specialties, as well as associa

chapter 1|28 pages

What Is Engineering?

chapter 2|76 pages

Electrical Circuit Concepts

chapter 3|48 pages

Electrical Energy

chapter 4|66 pages

Electrical Generation and Transmission

chapter 5|62 pages

Electrical Loads

chapter 6|46 pages

Semiconductor Devices

chapter 7|40 pages

Sensors and Instrumentation

chapter 8|40 pages

Digital Logic

chapter 9|26 pages