Best Reference Books – Elements of Electronics Engineering

We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Elements of Electronics Engineering subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Elements of Electronics Engineering along with reviews.

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1. “Elements of Electronics Engineering” by Robert L Boylestad
2. “Elements of Engineering Electromagnetics” by RAO

“Elements of Engineering Electromagnetics” Book Review: The textbook has practical applications. It includes IBM PC BASIC programs and numerical techniques with the principles of engineering electromagnetics. This book discusses on-line parameters by numerical techniques. It includes a section on capacitance, conductance and inductance. This text includes thorough coverage of statics with an emphasis on the dynamics of engineering electromagnetics. It integrates practical applications, numerical details and completely covers all relevant principles.

3. “Elements of Electronics Engineering” by Archana Shewale and Nirali Prakashan
4. “Elements of Electronics Navigation” by Nagaraja N

“Elements of Electronics Navigation” Book Review: This book covers navigational systems and features. It has discussions on the engineering principles involved. It has also included all the recent and advanced developments in the field. The text has nine chapters. It starts with an introduction into the subject. It has an explanation of the four basic methods of navigation. Some of the chapters are Radio – Direction Finding, Radio Range and Hyperbolic Systems of Navigation. The book also includes a chapter on DME and TACAN. It concludes with a chapter named Satellite Navigation Systems. This chapter explains the importance and uses of artificial satellites which are used for navigation. It discusses the topics Transit System and the Navstar Global Positioning System. The book has review questions at the end of each chapter to help in better understanding.

5. “Elements of Electronics Engineering” by Prof Bhutiyani S R
6. “Elements of Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement” by Carr

“Elements of Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement” Book Review: The book provides an introduction to ordinary workshop and laboratory instrumentation. It includes both theory and practice as a practical book, working with electronics. It contains a section on measurement math and statistics. The text discusses technology to provide a context for the development of current and future technological innovations. It contains the theories and process of measurement of the practical uses of the instruments. Moreover, it includes practical material that is oriented toward various fields of measurement.

7. “Circuit Theory: Continuous and Discrete – Time Systems, Elements of Network Synthesis” by Kuriakose

“Circuit Theory: Continuous and Discrete – Time Systems, Elements of Network Synthesis” Book Review: This book is designed for a concise and systematic presentation of Circuit Theory which forms the core of electrical engineering. The book is divided into four parts. This includes the fundamental concepts in electrical engineering, Linear-time invariant systems, Advanced topics in network analysis, and Elements of network synthesis. The text has illustrative examples, solved problems and exercises. It has a new chapter on P Spice. This is primarily for the undergraduate students of electrical, electronics, and computer science engineering. It also serves for postgraduate students and professionals for reference and revision of fundamentals. The book is a source book for candidates preparing for examinations conducted by professional bodies like IE, IETE, IEEE.

8. “Elements of Mechanical Engineering (For PTU)” by Dr D S Kumar

“Elements of Mechanical Engineering (For PTU)” Book Review: The textbook explains Thermodynamics. It has explanations of basic Concepts & Definitions. The major is on the description of temperature and Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics. There are chapters discussing transient energies : Work and Heat Ideal Gases. It also includes the basic laws, first Law of Thermodynamics and steady Flow Energy Equation (Flow Processes and 1st Law). The second part of the book has a second Law of Thermodynamics, including entropy. Next major discussed area is the Gas Power Cycles and Internal Combustion Engines. This includes the Mechanics of Solids also. Other discussed topics are Simple Stresses and Strains and Engineering Materials.

9. “The Third Element: A Brief History of Electronics” by Alfred Corbin

“The Third Element: A Brief History of Electronics” Book Review: This book gives a glimpse of the history of electronics from its beginnings in Biblical times up to the computer era. It gives an idea of some of the problems that the pioneers of this industry faced. The text explores how many marvelous electronic gadgets came into being. This book describes Lee de Forest’s big moment of discovery of the triode vacuum tube, the cornerstone of the industry. The book concisely contains the software aspects of modern electronics. It also covers in some detail a few of the historic developments that have brought this huge industry to life.

10. “An Introduction to the Finite Element Method (Mcgraw Hill Series in Mechanical Engineering)” by J N Reddy

“An Introduction to the Finite Element Method (Mcgraw Hill Series in Mechanical Engineering)” Book Review: This book has a strong conceptual approach. It examines the mathematical underpinnings of FEM. The text provides a general approach of engineering application areas. It has selected example problems and extensive selection of homework problems. The book is for all engineering majors. It has supplementary chapters on the FEM1D and FEM2D computer programs.

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