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This contemporary overview of the electrical and electronics field strikes an effective balance between basic concepts and current relevant topics while also exploring common areas of application. Early chapters are devoted to the fundamentals of DC circuits, basic transient circuits, and steady-state AC circuits, followed by coverage of linear and digital electronics. Emphasis is then directed toward the electro-mechanical areas of the field including magnetic circuits, three-phase circuits, DC and AC machines, and power transformers. Optional MultiSIM exercises are also included so that many of the same types of experiences that would be obtained in a supporting laboratory can be met with the accompanying software and a PC.