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7. The theory of circuits in tasks of hemodynamics and heat transfer...... 7.1. Introduction in the systems theory and the circuits theory

7.2. Elements of circuits

7.2.1. An element of an electric circuit. The basic designations

7.2.2. Kinds of elements of a circuit

7.2.3. Energy and capacity

7.2.4. Elements and parameters of not electric circuits

7.3. Connection of elements of circuits

7.3.1. A connection layout

7.3.2. Graph of an electric circuit

7.3.3. A incidence matrix

7.3.4. A path and connectivity of the graph

7.3.5. A contours matrix

7.3.6. A sections matrix

7.4. Laws of electric circuits

7.4.1. A principle of a continuity of an electric current.

The first Kirhgoffs law

7.4.2. A principle of potentiality. The Second Kirhgoffs law

7.4.3. Matrix form of the basic laws of electric circuits

7.4.4. The Ohms law in the matrix form

7.4.5. Resistive circuits

7.4.6. Full system of the equations of a resistive circuit

7.5. The circuit analysis s

7.5.1. Simple circuit transformations

7.5.2. Transformations of sources

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7.5.5. Calculation of complex circuits

7.5.6. Additional receptions of simplification of calculations

8. The general case of calculation of circuits. Dependence of a mode of a circuit on time

8.1. The capacitor and inductance in a complex circuit

8.2. The general principles of the description of transients by the differential equations

8.3. A charge of the capacitor

8.4. Heat exchange of a solid with an environment

8.5. Examples of construction of equivalent circuits of heat transfer.............. 8.5.1. Heat exchange of the solid connected to several sources of heat...... 8.5.2. Heating a compound solid



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