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BAHRA UNIVERSITY

School of Engineering & Technology

Department of Electronics & communication Engineering


B.Tech. (EE )

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Offered by:

Department Elective
School: USET

ANALYSIS OF ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS


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1. To develop an understanding of the fundamental laws and elements of electric
circuits.
2. To learn the energy properties of electric elements and the techniques to measure
voltage and current.
3. To understand waveforms, signals, and transient, and steady-state responses of RLC
circuits. .
4. To understand advanced mathematical methods such as Laplace and Fourier
transforms along with linear algebra and differential equations techniques for solving
circuits problems.
On successful completion of this course, students will be able to
1. Demonstrate electric charge, electric work, potential and other basic terms.
2. Apply Coulombs law, ohms law and Kirchhoffs law.
3. Analyze circuit elements in series and parallel circuits.
4. Apply nodal and mesh analysis.
5. Analyze ideal current and voltage source.
6. Apply various network theorems such as Superposition, Thevenin, Norton.
7. Define impedance, admittance and susceptance
8. Analyze response of RLC circuits.
9. .Find circuit response using Laplace transform
10. Derive signal superposition and Fourier transform

Course
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Course
Outcomes

Outline Syllabus: 40 Lecture Hours;


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Dept:Electrical Engineering

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I Year - I Sem

UGC CBCS:DSE

Unit A
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A Topic
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Electric charge. Coulombs law. Electric work. Potential. Potential


difference. Electric current
Power. Energy. Resistance. Resistivity. Ohms law. Kirchoffs law

A Topic

Branch. Node. Mesh

A Topic

Circuit elements in series. Circuit elements in parallel

Unit B
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CIRCUIT PARAMETERS AND FUNDAMENTAL LAWS I

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CIRCUIT PARAMETERS AND FUNDAMENTAL LAWS II


Ideal current source. Ideal Voltage generator. Internal resistance
Mesh current method. Node voltage method
Thevenins theorem. Nortons theorem
Superpositions theorem
Capacitor. Inductors. Electromagnetic flux

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Unit C

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Unit C Topic
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Resistance. Phasorial notation. Capacitive and inductive reactance

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Unit C Topic
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Impedance. Conductance. Capacitive and inductive susceptance.


Admittance

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Unit C Topic
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Series and parallel equivalent circuit. RLC series and parallel circuits

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Unit D

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Unit D Topic
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The Laplaces transform . Initial value theorem and final value theorem

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Unit D Topic
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Studying transient phenomena with the Laplace transform

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Unit D Topic

COMPLEX IMPEDANCE and ADMITTANCE

LAPLACE TRANSFORM

Circuit analysis in the s (complex variable) domain

11. Mapping of Outcomes vs. Topics


Course Name : ANALYSIS OF ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS ; Course Code: XXXNNN
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