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Matrix Magic By Olatunde Adeyemo
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The use of choice examples to show the practical application of matrix algebra and related mathematical tools in specific problems, it serves also as an introduction to linear programming, fluid... More > mechanics, vector analysis and rf cicuit design.The full workings and code are made available for the use and adaptation of the reader. Here we walk through examples of using linear algebra and matrices to solve problems like cost estimation, we show how similar techniques are used in electrical theory and circuit design. We show how ballistics can predict the range of a football and the time of travel of a bullet. We see how we can generate 3d transforms of rotation and reflection of objects about general axes and mirrors. We look at the problem of signal rejection in transmission lines and give worked solutions.< Less
Linear Integrated Circuits as Sensor Signal Conditioning Amplifiers By J.R. Lambert
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Linear Integrated Circuits As Sensor Signal Conditioning Amplifiers is an advanced application-based engineering technology textbook introducing operational amplifiers as linear sensor amplifying... More > circuits. The text employs a unique single circuit approach to develop signal conditioning amplifier design from the common single-ended inverting amplifier through multi-stage differential and instrumentation-grade amplifiers. Text chapters address linear measurement systems; amplifier design; impedance matching; gain, offset and calibration considerations; and specification interpretation of strain gauges, load cells, accelerometers, thermocouples, pressure and other low-level sensors commonly employed in product testing applications. The text is nine chapters, 535 pages, includes fifteen operational amplifier lab experiments and is suggested for sophomore or junior-year engineering technology students and practitioners of sensor-based data acquisition, product testing and product development.< Less