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Author Smith, Paul W
Title Transient Electronics : Pulsed Circuit Technology
Imprint New York : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2002
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Note Intro -- Transient Electronics -- Contents -- Preface -- 1 Mathematical Techniques for Pulse and Transient Circuit Analysis -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 The Classical Method -- 1.3 The Complex Frequency Method -- 1.4 The Laplace Transform Method -- 1.4.1 Application of the Laplace Transform Method -- 1.4.2 Laplace Transforms of Some Basic Signals -- 1.4.3 Some Properties of the Laplace Transformation -- 1.4.4 Finding the Inverse Laplace Transform L(-1) -- 1.4.5 The Laplace Transform Circuit -- 1.4.6 System or Transfer Functions -- 1.4.7 Direct Determination of Rise and Delay Time Response of Networks -- References -- 2 Transmission Line Theory and Transient Response -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Circuit Analysis of Transmission Lines -- 2.3 Continuous Sinusoidal Transmission Line Excitation -- 2.3.1 Low Loss and Loss-free Lines -- 2.3.2 The Transmission Line as a Two-port Network -- 2.3.3 Impedance Relations for Terminated Lines -- 2.3.4 Line Reflections -- 2.4 Transient Transmission Line Response -- 2.4.1 Transient Response of the Infinite Line -- 2.4.2 Transient Response of Lossy Transmission Lines -- 2.4.3 Transient Response of Terminated Lines -- 2.4.4 Input Impedance of Terminated Lines for Transient Signals -- 2.4.5 Reflections on Lines with Reactive Terminations -- 2.4.6 Reflection Charts or Lattice Diagrams -- References -- 3 Pulse-forming Lines -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 The Single Pulse-forming Line -- 3.2.1 Lattice Diagram Representation of Pulse-forming Action using a Single Transmission Line -- 3.3 Pulse-forming using the Blumlein Pulse-forming Line -- 3.3.1 Lattice Diagram Representation of Pulse-forming Action using a Blumlein Pulse-forming Line -- 3.4 The Laplace Transform Analysis of Pulse-forming Action by Transmission Lines -- 3.4.1 Pulse-forming by the Simple Pulse-forming Line
3.4.2 Pulse-forming by the Blumlein Pulse-forming Line -- 3.5 Some Other Pulse-forming Line Variants -- 3.5.1 The Stacked Blumlein Pulse-forming Line Generator -- 3.5.2 The Darlington Circuits -- 3.5.3 Further Darlington-like Pulse-forming Lines -- 3.5.4 The Self-matching Pulse-forming Line -- 3.5.5 The Bi-directional or Zero Integral Pulse-forming Line -- 3.5.6 A Pseudo-repetitive Pulse-forming Line -- 3.5.7 Current-fed Pulse-forming Lines -- References -- 4 Pulse-forming Networks -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 LC Ladder Networks -- 4.2.1 The Impedance Characteristics of an LC Ladder Network -- 4.2.2 General Transform Equations for a Ladder Network -- 4.2.3 Input Impedance Functions of Open Circuit and Short Circuit Ladder Networks -- 4.2.4 Propagation Characteristics of an LC Ladder Network -- 4.3 Pulse-forming Action of an LC Ladder Network -- 4.4. The Synthesis of Alternative LC Pulse-forming Networks -- 4.4.1 Guillemin's Method -- 4.4.2 Current-fed Networks -- 4.4.3 The Synthesis of Alternative LC Current-fed Pulse-forming Networks -- 4.4.4 Guillemin Type Current-fed Pulse-forming Networks -- 4.5 Some Further Comments on Pulse-forming Networks -- References -- 5 Pulse Transformers -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 The Ideal Transformer and the Concepts of Referral and Reluctance -- 5.2.1 Practical or Non-ideal Transformers -- 5.2.2 Equivalent Circuit of a Transformer -- 5.2.3 Leading Edge Response -- 5.2.4 Pulse Flat Top Response -- 5.2.5 Trailing Edge Response -- 5.2.6 Pulse Transformer Magnetic Core -- 5.3 Air-cored Pulse Transformers -- 5.3.1 Analysis of Air-cored Pulse Transformer Circuit Performance -- 5.3.2 Dual Resonant Operation of Air-cored Pulse Transformers -- 5.4 Pulse Transformers with Multiple Windings -- 5.5 Hybrid Wound/Transmission Line Pulse Transformer -- References -- 6 Transmission Line Pulse Transformers -- 6.1 Introduction
6.2 Linear Transmission Line Transformers -- 6.2.1 The 1:1 Inverting Transformer -- 6.2.2 The Two-stage Voltage Transformer -- 6.2.3 Detailed Analysis of the Two-stage Voltage Transformer -- 6.2.4 Voltage Gain of Multi-stage, Linear Transmission Line Transformers -- 6.3 Wound Transmission Line Transformers -- 6.3.1 Basic Operation -- 6.3.2 Model Development -- 6.3.3 Mutually Coupled Windings -- 6.3.4 Frequency Response Analysis -- 6.4 Tapered Transmission Line Transformers -- 6.4.1 The Exponentially Tapered Transmission Line Transformer -- References -- 7 Pulse Generators using Capacitive and Inductive Energy Storage -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 The Basic Principles of Capacitive and Inductive Energy Discharge -- 7.2.1 Pulse Generators based on Inductive Energy Storage -- 7.2.2 The Efficiency of Energy Transfer from Inductive Energy Stores -- 7.2.3 Flux Compression Circuits -- 7.3 Marx Generators -- 7.3.1 Circuit Analysis of the Marx Generator -- 7.3.2 Fast Marx Generators -- 7.3.3 Triggered Marx Generators -- 7.4 Vector Inversion Generators -- 7.4.1 The LC Generator -- 7.4.2 The Spiral Generator -- References -- 8 Nonlinear Pulsed Circuits -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Magnetic Switching -- 8.2.1 Magnetic Pulse Compressors -- 8.3 Pulse Sharpening using Nonlinear Capacitors -- 8.3.1 The Analysis of Pulse Sharpening on LC ladders with Nonlinear Capacitors -- 8.3.2 Soliton Generation -- 8.4 Electromagnetic Shock Wave Generation in Nonlinear Transmission Lines -- 8.4.1 Shock Wave Formation on Ferrite Loaded Transmission Lines -- 8.4.2 Shock Wave Generation on Nonlinear Ferroelectric Lines -- 8.4.3 Ferroelectric Shock Lines: Some Practical Considerations -- References -- Appendix: Table of Laplace Transforms -- Index
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Link Print version: Smith, Paul W. Transient Electronics : Pulsed Circuit Technology New York : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2002 9780471977735
Subject Transients (Electricity);Pulse circuits.;Electric power systems -- Mathematical models
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