Electric Circui - SRM University

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Faculty of Engineering and Technology
DEPARTMENT OF E&amp;I
Course Code
Course Title
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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 &amp; James. A, Svoboda, “Introduction to Electric Circuits”,
John Wiley&amp; 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.
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 http://www.circuit-magic.com/laws.htm 
 http://www.brighthub.com/ 
Prerequisite : EI1001 Electric Circuits &amp; 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 &amp; free and forced responses
of RL, RC &amp; 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
&amp; 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 &amp;
James. A, Svoboda,
“Introduction to Electric
Circuits”,
John Wiley&amp; 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
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 &amp;
James. A, Svoboda,
“Introduction to Electric
Circuits”,
John Wiley&amp; Sons,
Eighth Edition, 2010.
Joseph. A, Edminister,
“Theory and Problems
of Electric Circuits”,
Schaum’s Outline
Series, McGraw-Hill
Book Company, Fourth
Edition, 2003.
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