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1st Edition

Electric and Electronic Circuit Simulation using TINA-TI®

ISBN 9788770226868
Published September 22, 2022 by River Publishers
456 Pages 646 Color & 1 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

A circuit simulator is a computer program that permits us to see circuit behavior, i.e. circuit voltages and currents, without making the circuit. Use of a circuit simulator is a cheap, efficient, and safe way to study the behavior of circuits.

The Toolkit for Interactive Network Analysis (TINA®) is a powerful yet affordable SPICE based circuit simulation and PCB design software package for analyzing, designing, and real time testing of analog, digital, VHDL, MCU, and mixed electronic circuits and their PCB layouts. This software was created by DesignSoft. TINA-TI is a spinoff software program that was designed by Texas Instruments (TI®) in cooperation with DesignSoft which incorporates a library of pre-made TI components for the user to utilize in their designs.

This book shows how a circuit can be analyzed in the TINA-TI® environment. Students of engineering (for instance, electrical, biomedical, mechatronics, and robotics to name a few), engineers who work in the industry, and anyone who wants to learn the art of circuit simulation with TINA-TI can benefit from this book.

Table of Contents

1. Simulation of Electric Circuits with TINA-TI®

2. Simulation of Electronic Circuits with TINA-TI®

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Farzin Asadi has a BSc in Electronics Engineering, MSc in Control Engineering, and PhD in Mechatronics Engineering. Currently, he is with the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering at Maltepe University, Istanbul, Turkey. Dr. Asadi has published more than 40 international papers and 15 books. He is also on the editorial board of 7 scientific journals. His research interests include switching converters, control theory, robust control of power electronics converters, and robotics.