Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering (REVISED 2007)

ENGINEERING SEM 1 SYLLABUS
Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering ( BEE )
  • Theory Examination                   3hr                     100 marks
  • Practical and Oral                      2hr                     25  marks
  •  Term Work                                                         25 marks
                                        Total                               150 marks
     
Prerequisite    
                A. Concepts of c.m.f, potential difference & current, battery.
                B. Capacitors, with uniform & composite medium, energy
                stored in a capacitor, R-C time constant.
                C. Magnetic field, magnetic circuit, Faraday’s laws of
                electromagnetic induction, Hysteresis & Eddy current losses,
                energy stored in an inductor time constant in R-L Circuit.
1. DC circuits: (only independent sources). 12 hours
                Ohm’s law resistance, receptivity, series & parallel
                connections, star delta transformation, power dissipation in
                resistance, effect of temperature on resistance.
                Kirchhoffs laws Mesh laws Mesh & Nodal analysis. Source
                transformation, Superposition, Thevenin’s. Norton’s and
                Maximum power transfer theorems.
2. AC circuits: 16 hours

                Generation of alternating voltage & currents, R.M.S. &
                Average value form factor crest factor A.C. Through
                resistance inductance & capacitance. R-L,R-C & R-L-C
                series & parallel circuits, phasor diagrams. Power & power
                factor, series & parallel resonance.
                Problems by analytical as well as phical methods.
3. Three phase circuits: 8 hours

                Three phase voltage & current generation, star & delta
                connections (balanced load), relationship b between phase &
                line currents and voltages, phasor diagrams, measurement of
                power by two wattmeter method.
                Problems by analytical as will graphical methods.
4. Single phase transformer: 8 hours
                Construction, working principle, c.m.f. equation, ideal &
                practical transformer, phasor diagrams, equivalent circuit,
                O.C.& S.C. tests, efficiency & regulation. All day efficiency.

5. Electrical Machines: (No numerical is expected). 09 hours
               • DC Generators & Motors: Construction, working
                 principle, e.m.f. equation, classification & applications.
               • Three phase Induction Motor: construction, working
                  principle, squirrel cage rotor & phase wound rotor,
                  production of rotating magnetic field, slip.
               •  Single phase Induction Motor:  Construction working
                  principle, double field revolving theory, split phase,
                  capacitor start, & shaded pole motor.
6. A. Semiconductor Devices:(No numerical is expected) 04 hours
                   P-N Junction diode, Zener diode, their construction,
                   working and characteristics. BJT its construction,
                   characteristics & applications. (only CE configuration)
    B. Rectifiers: (No numerical is expected)
04 hours
                  Analysis of half wave & full wave rectifier with resistive      
                  load and its parameters ripple factor rectification
                  efficiency, regulation.
                  Rectifier circuit with capacitive filter only. 
 List of laboratory experiments:
1.   Mesh and Nodal analysis.
2.   Verification of Superposition theorem.
3.   Maximum Power Transfer theorem (Theremin and Norton)
4.   Diode characteristics.
5.   R-L-C- Series & Parallel circult.
6.   Relationships between phase & line currents and voltages in a Three phase system
     (star & delta).
7.   Power and phase measurement in three phase system by two wattmeter method.
8.   Load test on a single phase transformer by direct loading.
9.   O.C. & S.C. tests on single phase transformer.
10.  Half wave & full wave rectifier (with & without filter)
11.   Input and output characteristics of CE-BJT configuration.
12.   Study of electrical machines.

Reference Books: 
1.  Vincent Deltoro: Electrical Engineering Fundamentals. Pearson Education.
2. M.S.Naidu. S. Kamakshaiah Introduction to Electrical Bngneering, Tata McGrow Hill
   (Revised edition).
3. MITTLE & MITTAL, Basic Electrical Engg. 2/e.(New), Tata McGraw Hill
4.  Edward Hughes: Electrical Technology. Pearson Education.  (Seventh edition).
5.  Joseph. A. Edminster: Electrical Circuits. Schaums outline series. Tata McGraw Hill
6.  H.Cotton: Advanced E;ectroca; Technology, Wheeler Publication.
7.   I.J. Nagrath & D.P. Kothari: Electrical machines. Tata McGraw Hill (Second edition).
8.   Dr. P.S. Bimbhra: Electric Machinery, Khanna Publishers. (Revised edition).
9.  William Hayt, Kemmerly, Durbin: engineering Circuit Analysis, Tata McGraw Hill
    (Sixth edition).
10.  Boylestad, Nashelsky: Electronic Devices & Circuit Theory. Pearson Education.
11.   Bhargava, Kulshreshtha, Gupta: Basic Electronics & Linear Circuits, TTTI,
     Chadigarh, Tata McGraw Hill
12.   S.K. Bhattacharya S. Chatterjee: Industrial Electronics & Control. TTTI,
     Chadigarh, Tata McGraw Hill