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SRM UNIVERSITY Faculty of Engineering and Technology DEPARTMENT OF E&I Course Code Course Title Year& Semester Course Duration : : : : EI1001 Electric Circuits and Networks II semester EVEN Semester (Jan-Apr 2015) Faculty Details: Name of the staff Dr.Joselin Retna Kumar Section EIE’B Mrs.X.Joan of arc EIE’A Staff room University building University building Office Hours Mail ID 8.45AM-4.00PM [email protected] 8.45AM-4.00PM [email protected] Required Text Books: 1. Joseph. A, Edminister, “Theory and Problems of Electric Circuits”, Schaum’s Outline Series, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Fourth Edition, 2003. 2. Richard. C, Dorf & James. A, Svoboda, “Introduction to Electric Circuits”, John Wiley& Sons, Eighth Edition, 2010. 3. Sudhakar. A and ShyammohanS.Palli, “Circuits and Networks Analysis and Synthesis”, Tata McGraw- Hill Publishing Company Limited, Third Edition, 2008. http://www.allaboutcircuits.com/ http://www.circuit-magic.com/laws.htm http://www.brighthub.com/ Prerequisite : EI1001 Electric Circuits & Networks OBJECTIVE : 1. To learn the analysis of complex circuits using mesh current and nodal voltage methods. 2. To analyze complex circuits using network theorems. 3. To get an insight into solution of RLC circuits. 4. To understand the concept of complex frequency & free and forced responses of RL, RC & RLC circuits. 5. To understand the different parameters of two port networks. Assessment details Cycle Test-I Cycle Test-II Surprise Test Model Exam Attendance Total Outcomes 10 marks 10 marks 5 marks 20 marks 5 marks 50 marks Students who have successfully completed this course Course outcome Familiar with Kirchhoff’s laws and their application with simple series and parallel resistive circuits. Familiar with nodal, mesh, super nodes and super meshes analysis for various circuits. Familiar with DC circuits using Super mesh & Super nodal analysis employing KCL and KVL. The Thevinin and Norton Equivalent for any network can be determined. Familiar with the steady state analysis for RLC circuits with AC supply. Familiar with self and mutual Inductance and to properly apply the dot rule for magnetically coupled circuits. Familiar with calculation of natural and forced responses for RLC network. Program outcome The student will be able to work on technical design aspects of various engineering problems. The student will be able to analyze voltages, currents and powers using basic laws and theorems in DC and AC circuits. Students should be able to apply basic knowledge in electronics, electrical circuit analysis, and electrical machines. Students should be able to apply basic mathematical, scientific, and engineering concepts to technical problem solving. Familiar with the distinction between one port and two port networks and to perform circuit analysis using network parameters. Detailed Session Plan Hour Topics to be covered DAY 1 Unit1: Voltage, Current, Power and Energy – Circuit Elements(R,L,C) Elements(R,L,C) DAY 2 DAY 3 DAY 4 DAY 5 DAY 6 DAY 7 DAY 8 DAY 9 DAY 10 DAY 11 DAY 12 DAY 13 DAY 14 DAY 15 DAY 16 DAY 17 Independent and Dependent Sources – Kirchhoff’s Laws Circuit Kirchhoff’s Laws Series and Parallel Combinations of Elements Voltage Division and Current Division Node Analysis Mesh Analysis, Three Phase Networks Star/Delta Connection Unit 2:Linearity,Superposition Theorem Source Transformations Thevenin’s Theorem Norton’s Theorem Maximum Power Transfer Theorem Compensation Theorem DAY 18 Reciprocity Theorem Millman’s Theorem Tellegen’s Theorem DAY 19 Unit 3:Singularity Functions DAY 20 DAY 21 DAY 22 DAY 23 DAY 24 DAY 25 DAY 26 Reference Sudhakar. A and ShyammohanS.Palli, “Circuits and Networks Analysis and Synthesis”, Tata McGraw- Hill Publishing Company Limited, Third Edition, 2008. Sudhakar. A and ShyammohanS.Palli, “Circuits and Networks Analysis and Synthesis”, Tata McGraw- Hill Publishing Company Limited, Third Edition, 2008. RC Source RL source Free Circuits Constant Forcing Functions Non- Constant Forcing Functions Initial values Final Values Richard. C, Dorf & James. A, Svoboda, “Introduction to Electric Circuits”, John Wiley& Sons, Eighth Edition, 2010. DAY 27 DAY 28 DAY 29 DAY 30 DAY 31 DAY 32 DAY 33 DAY 34 DAY3 5 Time-DomainAnalysis Unit 4:Sinusoids,Complex Numbers Complex, Exponential Representations of Sinusoids Impedance and Admittance Analysis and Network Theorems for Sinusoidal SteadyState DAY 36 Frequency Response– Resonance Power Analysis Instantaneous and Average Power Power Factor and Power Factor Correction Complex Power DAY 37 Unit 5: Introduction– T-to- Π Transformation. DAY 38 DAY 39 DAY 40 Two- Port Three Terminal Networks Equations of Two-Port Networks Z andY Parameters Hybrid Parameters DAY 41 DAY 42 Transmission Parameters Relationships Between Two-Port Parameters DAY 43 DAY 44 DAY 45 Inter-connection ofTwo-Port Networks. Lattice Networks. Richard. C, Dorf & James. A, Svoboda, “Introduction to Electric Circuits”, John Wiley& Sons, Eighth Edition, 2010. Joseph. A, Edminister, “Theory and Problems of Electric Circuits”, Schaum’s Outline Series, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Fourth Edition, 2003.