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PRACTICAL MATLAB® FOR ENGINEERS PRACTICAL MATLAB

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  • PRACTICAL MATLAB® FOR ENGINEERS PRACTICAL MATLAB

    PRACTICAL MATLAB®


    APPLICATIONS FOR


    ENGINEERS


    CCRRCC__4477776600__ffmm..iinndddd ii 77//2288//22000088 1122::3322::4499 PPMM Handbook of Practical MATLAB® for Engineers


    Practical MATLAB® Basics for Engineers


    Practical MATLAB® Applications for Engineers


    CCRRCC__4477776600__ffmm..iinndddd iiii 77//2288//22000088 1122::3322::4499 PPMM PRACTICAL MATLAB® FOR ENGINEERS


    PRACTICAL MATLAB®


    APPLICATIONS FOR


    ENGINEERS


    Misza Kalechman


    Professor of Electrical and Telecommunication Engineering Technology


    New York City College of Technology


    City University of New York (CUNY)


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    Practical MATLAB applications for engineers / Misza Kalechman.


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    1. Engineering mathematics--Data processing. 2. MATLAB. I. Title.


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    Preface ..............................................................................................................................vii


    Author ...............................................................................................................................ix


    1 Time Domain Representation of Continuous and Discrete Signals .................1


    1.1 Introduction ...................................................................................................................1


    1.2 Objectives .......................................................................................................................4


    1.3 Background ....................................................................................................................4


    1.4 Examples ......................................................................................................................58


    1.5 Application Problems .................................................................................................93


    2 Direct Current and Transient Analysis .............................................................101


    2.1 Introduction ...............................................................................................................101


    2.2 Objectives ...................................................................................................................103


    2.3 Background ................................................................................................................104


    2.4 Examples ....................................................................................................................138


    2.5 Application Problems ...............................................................................................208


    3 Alternating Current Analysis .............................................................................223


    3.1 Introduction ...............................................................................................................223


    3.2 Objectives ...................................................................................................................224


    3.3 Background ................................................................................................................226


    3.4 Examples ....................................................................................................................267


    3.5 Application Problems ...............................................................................................310


    4 Fourier and Laplace ..............................................................................................319


    4.1 Introduction ...............................................................................................................319


    4.2 Objectives ...................................................................................................................321


    4.3 Background ................................................................................................................322


    4.4 Examples ....................................................................................................................376


    4.5 Application Problems ...............................................................................................447


    5 DTFT, DFT, ZT, and FFT .....................................................................................457


    5.1 Introduction ...............................................................................................................457


    5.2 Objectives ...................................................................................................................458


    5.3 Background ................................................................................................................459


    5.4 Examples ....................................................................................................................505


    5.5 Application Problems ...............................................................................................556


    6 Analog and Digital Filters ...................................................................................561


    6.1 Introduction ...............................................................................................................561


    6.2 Objectives ...................................................................................................................562


    6.3 Background ................................................................................................................563


    6.4 Examples ....................................................................................................................599


    6.5 Application Problems ...............................................................................................660


    Bibliography ...................................................................................................................667


    Index ................................................................................................................................671


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    Practical MATLAB® Applications for Engineers introduces the reader to the concepts of


    MATLAB® tools used in the solution of advanced engineering course work followed by


    engineering and technology students. Every chapter of this book discusses the course


    material used to illustrate the direct connection between the theory and real-world appli-


    cations encountered in the typical engineering and technology programs at most colleges.


    Every chapter has a section, titled Background, in which the basic concepts are introduced


    and a section in which those concepts are tested, with the objective of exploring a number


    of worked-out examples that demonstrate and illustrate various classes of real-world prob-


    lems and its solutions.


    The topics include


    • Continuous and discrete signals


    • Sampling


    • Communication signals


    • DC (direct current) analysis


    • Transient analysis


    • AC (alternating current) analysis


    • Fourier series


    • Fourier transform


    • Spectra analysis


    • Frequency response


    • Discrete Fourier transform


    • Z-transform


    • Standard fi lters


    • IRR (infi nite impulse response) and FIR (fi nite impulse response) fi lters


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    Misza Kalechman is a professor of electrical and telecommunication engineering technol-


    ogy at New York City College of Technology, part of the City University of New York.


    Mr. Kalechman graduated from the Academy of Aeronautics (New York), Polytechnic


    University (BSEE), Columbia University (MSEE), and Universidad Central de Venezuela


    (UCV; electrical engineering).


    Mr. Kalechman was associated with a number of South American universities where he


    taught undergraduate and graduate courses in electrical, industrial, telecommunication, and


    computer engineering; and was involved with applied research projects, design of labo-


    ratories for diverse systems, and installations of equipment.


    He is one of the founders of the Polytechnic of Caracas (Ministry of Higher Education,


    Venezuela), where he taught and served as its fi rst chair of the Department of System


    Engineering. He also taught at New York Institute of Technology (NYIT); Escofa (offi cers


    telecommunication school of the Venezuelan armed forces); and at the following South


    American universities: Universidad Central de Venezuela, Universidad Metropolitana,


    Universidad Catolica Andres Bello, Universidad the Los Andes, and Colegio Universitario


    de Cabimas.


    He has also worked as a full-time senior project engineer (telecom/computers) at the


    research oil laboratories at Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA) Intevep and various refi neries


    for many years, where he was involved in major projects. He also served as a consultant


    and project engineer for a number of private industries and government agencies.


    Mr. Kalechman is a licensed professional engineer of the State of New York and has


    written Practical MATLAB for Beginners (Pearson), Laboratorio de Ingenieria Electrica (Alpi-


    Rad-Tronics), and a number of other publications.


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