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

- 1. Cascaded network

- 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

- Advantages

- Disadvantages

- 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

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