analysis of electrical circuits with variable load regime parameters projective geometry method pdf

Thus, this invariant is accepted as the determination of the regime in relative form. Therefore, obvious changes in regime parameters in the form of increments are formal and do not
reflect the substantial aspect of the mutual influences: resistance → current. In general, this geometrical approach grounds the introduction and determination of required concepts.
This book has an introduction (Chap. 1) and three parts.

The disadvantages of known methods are considered in Chap. 1.Part I (Chaps. 2–5) considers electrical circuits with one load. The application of projective geometry to analysis of an active two-pole is shown in Chap. 2. The concept of generalized equivalent circuits is introduced in Chap. 3. The invariant relationships of cascaded two-ports are considered in Chap. 4

In Chap. 5, the paralleling voltage sources are presented. Part II (Chaps. 6–9) considers multi-port circuits. The application of projective geometry to analysis of an active two-port and three-port is shown in Chap. 6. The concept of generalized equivalent circuits of multi-port is introduced in Chap. 7.
The recalculation formulas of load currents are obtained in Chap. 8. The invariant relationships of cascaded four-ports are considered in Chap. 9. Part III (Chaps. 10–12) considers circuits with regulation and stabilization of the load voltage with limited capacity power supply.

The voltage regulator regimes are studied in Chap. 10. The load voltage stabilization is shown in Chap. 11. The pulsewidth modulation converters are considered in Chap. 12. The book may be useful to those who are interested in the foundations of the electric circuit theory and also to a professional circle of experts in various areas of electrical engineering and radio electronics.