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# DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

## KITS, Warangal-506 015.

TEACHI NG SCHEDULE

Class : II/IV B.Tech. I-Semester (2014-15)
Branch : CSE- I & CSE-II
Code-Subject : Basic Electrical Engineering
Name of the faculty : C. Pavan Kumar, Asst. Professor, EEE Dept.

TEXT BOOKS:
1. Vinvent Del Toro PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PHI
2. Edward Hughes, ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY , Pearson Publisher

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. M.S. Naidu & S.Kamakshaiah, INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
2. B.L.Thereja, A.K.Thereja, ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY S.Chand & Company Ltd.
3. Sudhakar and Shyam Mohan NETWORK ANYLYSIS AND SYNTHESIS TMH
4. Nagrath and kothari BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TMH

Evaluation Procedure:

Mid term 1 : 50 Marks Best of the two
Mid term 2 : 50 Marks
End Examination : 100 Marks

Course Objectives:

To introduce the basic concepts of electrical engineering.
To teach students the concepts of KCL, KVL, Mesh and Nodal Analysis.
To teach students the generation of 1- AC voltages and the differences between AC and DC
supplies.
To teach students the basic construction and operating principles of Measuring instruments.
To introduce the concepts of 3- AC voltages and the relations between line and phase quantities for
star, delta connections.
To teach the basic operating principles of AC and DC Motors/Generators, their related equations,
Characteristics and Applications.
To introduce the construction and operating principles of a transformer and developing the phasor
Outcomes:

The students will be able to calculate the currents and voltage drops in any element with the help of
mesh analysis, nodal analysis and circuit theorems.
Its easy for them to differentiate between AC and DC quantities.
The students will be able to calculate 3- currents and voltages for a given star/delta connected
network.
It will help them to understand the basic working principles of AC and DC motors/generators.
The students will be able to understand the working principles of transformer.
It will help them to draw the equivalent circuit of the transformer when the parameters are referred to
primary/secondary winding.
The students will be able to know the importance of AC and DC motors/generators with reference to
the industrial applications.

Lecture # Topic Main Objectives and References
UNIT - I To introduce the basic concepts of electrical
engineering.
To teach students the concepts of KCL, KVL, Mesh
and Nodal Analysis.
To introduce the concepts of network theorems for
solving any given circuit.
REFERENCES
1. B.L.Thereja, A.K.Thereja,
ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY
2. Edward Hughes, ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY.
3. Vinvent Del Toro PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERING
4. Nagrath and kothari BASIC ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERING.
1.
Introduction to the basics of electrical
engineering, definitions
2.
Ohms Law, Network Elements, Kirchhoffs
Laws
3.
Source transformation technique and
problems
4. Mesh Analysis and problems
5. Nodal Analysis and problems
6.
Series and parallel combinations of
resistances
7. Star-delta and delta-star transformations
8.
Power in DC circuits and problems on power
calculations
9. Superposition theorem, problems
10. Thevenins theorem, problems
11. Nortons theorem, problems
12. Max. power transfer theorem, problems
13.
Problems based on Unit-I from
Previous/Gate question papers
UNIT - II To introduce the basic concepts of AC voltages.
To make the students understand the concepts of
Average and RMS values.
To introduce the concepts of analyzing series and
parallel combinations of R, L and C.
To introduce the working principles of measuring
instruments.
To make them understand the generation of 3- AC
voltages and the relations between line and phase
quantities.
REFERENCES
1. B.L.Thereja, A.K.Thereja,
ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY
2. Edward Hughes, ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY.
3. Vinvent Del Toro PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERING
14.
Introduction to the generation of AC
voltages
15. Phasor representation of sinusoidal quantities
16. Average and RMS values, Form Factor
17. Problems on Average and RMS values
18.
A.C. through Resistor, Inductor and
Capacitor
19.
Analysis of series combinations of R, L
and C.
20.
Analysis of parallel combinations of R, L
and C.
21.
Power factor, Power triangle and Series
Resonance
22.
Working principles of moving coil and
moving iron instruments
23.
Dynamometer type Wattmeter and 1 -
Induction type Energy meter
24.
Introduction to the generation of 3-phase
AC voltages
25.
Voltage& Current relationships of Line and
Phase values for Star and Delta connections
26.
Measurement of 3-phase power using two
wattmeter method
27.
Problems based on Unit-II from
Previous/Gate question papers
UNIT - III To introduce the basic concepts of self and mutual
inductances.
To make the students understand working principles
and classifications of DC Genarators and Motors.
To study the characteristics of series, shunt and
compound generators/motors.
To introduce the working principles of a 1-
transformer.
To make them understand the concepts of losses,
efficiency and voltage regulation.
REFERENCES
1. B.L.Thereja, A.K.Thereja,
ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY
2. Edward Hughes, ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY.
3. Vinvent Del Toro PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERING
28.
Introduction to Self and Mutual Inductance,
Dot Convention, Coefficient of Coupling.
29.
Introduction to DC machines and its
constructional features
30. Methods of excitation and EMF equation
31.
Characteristics of Series, Shunt and
Compound Generators
32. Introduction to DC motors
33.
Operation and Torque development in D.C
motor
34.
Characteristics of Series, Shunt and
Compound motors
35.
Applications of DC Motors and
Generators
36.
Construction and operating principle of 1-
transformer
37.
diagrams
38. Equivalent circuit of 1- transformer
39. O.C.and S.C.tests on 1- transformer
40. Losses and Efficiency, Voltage regulation
41.
Problems based on Unit-III from
Previous/Gate question papers
UNIT - IV To make the students understand the working
principles of 3- and 1- induction motors.
To study the various types of 1- induction motors.
To introduce the working principles of a synchronous
generators and motors.
REFERENCES
1. B.L.Thereja, A.K.Thereja,
ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY
2. Edward Hughes, ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY.
3. Vinvent Del Toro PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERING
42.
Constructional features and Principle of
Operation of 3- Induction Motors
43. Production of Rotating Magnetic Field
44. Torque Slip Characteristics, Applications
45. Introduction to 1- Induction Motors
46.
Production of Rotating Field in various type
of 1 Motors
47.
Split Phase, Capacitor Start, Capacitor run,
48.
Construction and principle of operation of
Synchronous Generators
49.
Construction and principle of operation of
Synchronous Motors
50.
Applications of Synchronous Generators
and Motors

(C. PAVAN KUMAR)
Asst. Professor, EEED.