2EC101 Elements of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Credit Hour Table

Lecture Hour T/W Hour Practical Hour Total Hour Lecture Credit T/W credit Practical Credit Total Credit
4 0 2 6 4 0 1 5

Examination Scheme

Theory Int. Asses. Theory Sem End Theory Hours Theory Total Practical / TW Asses. Grand Total
40 60 3 100 50 150
Learning Outcomes: 
Learn to predict the behavior of any electrical and magnetic circuits.
Apply basic electric laws in solving circuit problems and able to perform power calculation.
Identify the types of capacitors and know the practical applications of various types of capacitors.
Understand the basic concepts of Electromagnetic Induction and Electrical Generation principle.
Understand the concept of single-phase and three-phase A.C. circuit.
Understand the Economic Aspects of Electrical Engineering and apply this knowledge to work with better power factor leading to Energy Conservation.
Develop the capability to analyze and design simple circuits containing non-linear elements such as transistors and FETs using the concepts of load lines, operating points and incremental analysis
Learn how operational amplifiers are modeled and analysed, and to design Op-Amp circuits to perform operations such as integration, differentiation and filtering on electronic signals
Be introduced to the concepts of both positive and negative feedback in electronic circuits
Learn how negative feedback is used to stabilize the gain of an Op-Amp-based amplifier and how positive feedback can be used to design an oscillator
Acquire experience in building and trouble-shooting simple electronic analog circuits.
Syllabus: 
Unit NoTopics
1
D.C. Circuits :
Ideal and Practical Energy Sources, Line Regulation and Load Regulation, Source Transformation, Star-Delta Transformation, Application of Kirchhoff’s  Law, 
Superposition Theorem, Thevenin’s Theorem, Norton’s & Maximum Power Transfer
Theorem.
2
Capacitor :
Types of Capacitor, Capacitance of Multiple Parallel Plate Capacitor, Energy stored in a Capacitor, Charging & Discharging of Capacitor & Time constant. 
3
Magnetic circuit & Electromagnetic Induction :
Law of Magnetic Circuit, Series & parallel Magnetic Circuits and Calculation, Comparison of magnetic & Electric Circuit, Magnetization Curves, review of Faraday’s Law, Lenz’s Law, Self & Mutual Inductance, Inductance of coupled  circuits.
4
A.C.Circuits:
Generation of A.C. Voltage , Equation of A.C. Voltage, Average value, R.M.S. Value,  Form Factor,  Peak Factor,  Phase & Phase  Difference, Pure Resistive,  Pure Inductive,  Pure Capacitive and combination of R-L-C Circuits, Active -Reactive and Apparent power & Power Factor, Generation of 3-phase voltage, Phase Sequence , Interconnection of three phase,  Star – Delta,  Voltage, Current  &  Power relationship  in  balanced  3-Phase Circuits, Measurement of power in 3-phase circuit and Effect of power factor on  Wattmeter readings.
5
Economic Aspects :
Electrical Power and Energy, Calculation of Power & Energy, Tariff & its types.
Syllabus PDF: 
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branch: 
CBA
BDA
MA
Course: 
2014
Stream: 
B.Tech