Electrical Engineering (Electronics Group)
  • Electrical Engineering (Electronics Group)

Electrical Engineering (Electronics Group)

BI 1379

Specific References

Electrical Engineering (Electronics Group)

Includes: D.C. Circuits, Network Theorems, AC Fundamentals, Polyphase Circuits, Transformer, DC Motors, Three Phase Induction Motors, Fractional Horse Power (FHP) Motors


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1. D.C. Circuits

1.1 Review of Introduction to Electricity

1.2 Concept of Open Circuit and Short Circuit  

1.3 Kirchhoff's Circuit Laws

1.4 Maxwells Loop Current Analysis or Mesh Current Analysis

1.5 Nodal Analysis

1.6 Ideal and Practical Sources and Source Conversion

1.7 Star /Delta Conversion

2. Network Theorems

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Network Terminology

2.3 Network Theorems

2.4 Principle of Duality

3. AC Fundamentals

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Difference between AC and DC quantity

3.3 Advantages of AC Supply Over DC

3.4 Waveform of Sinusoidal AC Cycle

3.5 Generation of Single Phase AC by Elementary Alternator

3.6 Definitions related to Alternating current

3.7 Vector Representation of Sinusoidal AC Quantity

3.8 Concept of Phase

3.9 Purely resistive AC circuit

3.10 Purely Inductive AC Circuit

3.11 Purely Capacitive AC circuit

3.12 Concept of Impedance and Impedance Triangle

3.13 Power in AC series circuits

3.14 Power Factor

3.15 R-L series circuit

3.16 R-C series circuit

3.17 R-L-C series circuit

4. Polyphase Circuits

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Advantages of 3-Phase System Over Single Phase System

4.3 Principle of 3-Phase EMF Generation and its Waveform

4.4 Concept of Phase Sequence, Balanced and Unbalanced Load

4.5 Relations between Phase and Line Values

5. Transformer

5.1 Introduction

5.2 EMF Equation of a Transformer

5.3 Voltage Ratio, Current Ratio and Transformation Ratio

5.4 kVA Rating of a Transformer

5.5 Losses in a Transformer

5.6 Auto transformer

6. DC Motors

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Principle of Operation

6.3 Construction of DC Motor

6.4 Significance of Back emf

6.5 Torque and Voltage Equations of DC Motor

6.6 Types of DC Motors

6.7 Schematic Diagram, Characteristics and Applications of DC Motor

6.8 Necessity of a Starter

6.9 Reversal of Direction of Rotation

7. Three Phase Induction Motors

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Classification of Motors

7.3 Types of induction motor

7.4 Synchronous speed and slip

7.5 Torque – speed characteristics

7.6 Necessity of starter

7.7 Speed control methods

8. Fractional Horse Power (FHP) Motors

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Classification of Motors

8.3 Universal Motor

8.4 Stepper motor

8.5 Servo motor

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