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Syllabus and Tentative Lecture Schedule

Module 1: Electrical Circuit Theory

1. What is Electrical Engineering? Basic Electrical Engineering Elements (Resistor, Inductor, Capacitor) - Recap

2. Network and Circuit. Current division rule, Voltage division rule and effective resistance of series and parallel networks. Kirchoff's Laws : Kirchoff's Voltage Law, Kirchoff's Current Law - Recap

3. Independent and Dependent Sources : Voltage and Current Sources, VCVS, CCVS, VCCS, CCCS.

4. Network  Analysis : Star-Delta Transformation, Mesh Analysis, Node Analysis, Supernode Analysis.

5. & 6. One Port Network Theorems : Superposition Theorem, Thevenin's Theorem, Norton's Theorem, Maximum power Transfer Theorem.

7. & 8. Transient Analysis : Behaviour of RL, RC, RLC circuits with a DC source.

9. AC Circuits : Some definitions - Amplitude, Phase, Phase difference, RMS value and Average value of a AC signal.

11. Behaviour of R-L-C components with an AC source. Phasor diagrams.

12. Active and Reactive Power. Series and Parallel Resonance.

13. Steady State Analysis of AC circuits

14. Mesh and Nodal Analysis, Max. Power Transfer in AC Circuits, Coupled Circuits : Mutual Inductance

Module 2: Devices and Electronics

15. Semiconductors

16. Semiconductor Doping and the pn junction diode

17. The ideal diode and its characteristics

18. Diode applications : Rectifier - HWR , FWR, Clipping and Clamping Circuits

19. & 20. The Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT) : pnp and npn transistors

21. & 22. BJT characteristics, Usage as amplifier (brief)

23. Differential Amplifier; Operational Amplifier - Notation and equivalent circuit.

24. OpAmp Characteristics : OL gain, input impedence, output impedence, input offset voltage, CMRR and PSRR

25. & 26. OpAmp Circuits : Differential, summing, Inverting and non-inverting,  Integrator, differentiator and comparator, Instrumentation Amplifier

27. Boolean Algebra : Standard forms of Boolean Functions

28. Simplification of Boolean Functions : Karnaugh Map

Module 3: Three-Phase Circuits and Magnetic Circuits

29. 3 Phase AC Circuits : Advantages, Definitions - Phase/Line-Voltage/Current.

30. Interconnections - Star, Delta. I, V and P in balanced Star and Delta connected loads, Star-Delta and Delta-Star Conversion

31. Magnetic fields and flux; Magnetic Circuits

32. Magnetization Curves: Hysteresis, Electromagnetic Induction and Magnetic Coupling

33. & 34. Transformers: Ideal Transformer; B-H Loop, Equivalent Circuit

35. & 36. Non-ideal Transformer : Equivalent Circuit; OC & SC Tests

Module 4: Rotating Machines

37. Machines : Electro-mechanical energy conversion, production of EMF and Force

38. DC Generators

39. DC Motor : Field excitation; series, shunt and compound field motors

40. & 41. Alternators and Synchronous Machines

42. Rotating Stator field; Induction Motor