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# Network Theory - Full Premium Lecture Notes

Network Theory - Full Premium Lecture Notes
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Network Theory - Full Premium Lecture Notes. Useful for Electrical Engineering Students, Specially for Candidates preparing for GATE Exams.
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Network Theory - Full Premium Lecture Notes. Useful for Electrical Engineering Students, Specially for Candidates preparing for GATE Exams.

Content :

• Poly phase AC circuit analysis
• Y-connected generator
• Phasor diagram
• Power calculation
• Measurement of 3 phase power using 2-wattmeter method
• Analysis of three phase balanced load
• Analysis of three phase unbalanced circuit
• Mesh method or inspection method
• Components of electrical network
• 1. Resistor
• 2. Inductors
• 3. Capacitors
• 4. Transformers
• 5. Gyrators
• 6. Voltage sources
• 7. Current sources
• Basic function
• 1. Unit impulse function
• 2. Unit step function
• 3. Unit ramp function
• Impulse response of a network
• Laplace transform of some basic function
• Initial and final values
• KVL & KCL analysis
• Laplace transform of a rectangular pulse
• Transient response of any electrical network
• Series RLC circuit
• Frequency response
• Features of RLC network
• Quality factors
• Band width
• Parallel RLC circuit
• Features
• Coupled network
• Consideration of mutual inductance
• 1. In terms of M
• 2. In terms of K
• NETWORK FUNCTION
• 1. One port network
• 2. Two port network
• Series RLC circuit with non-sinusoidal excitation
• Two port network parameters
• Interconnection between various 2-port networks
• 2. Series network
• 3. Parallel network
• 4. Series parallel network
• 5. Parallel-series network
• FILTERS
• 1. Low pass filters
• 2. High pass filters
• 3. Band pass filters
• 4. Band stop filters
• 5. Notch filters
• 6. APF-all pass filters
• GRAPH THEORY
• Tree of graph
• 1. Tie-set matrix
• 2. Cut-set matrix
• Incidence matrix
• Reduced incidence matrix
• Series RL circuit
• Network theorems
• Super position theorem
• Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorem
• Maximum power transfer theorem
• Reciprocity theorem
• Tellegen’s theorem
• Millman’s theorem
• Dual-millman’s theorem
• Star-delta transformation
• Network synthesis
• Conditions for a network
• 1. Physically realizable
• 2. Stable
• Hurwitz polynomials
• Duality between two networks