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Sri Ramajayam

SASTRA UNIVERSITY

SHANMUGHA ARTS, SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY & RESEARCH ACADEMY

(A University established under Section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956)

THANJAVUR– 613 401, Tamil Nadu, India

SUBJECTS OF STUDY AND SYLLABI FOR

III - SEMESTER

**B.TECH (EEE) PROGRAMME
**

Admitted in the year 2007

Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering

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Lab Electrical Workshop HR Skills – I 1 21 Periods/Week T 1 1 1 1 1 Credits P 4 4 4 4 5 - - 4 4 5 3 3 6 2 2 1 30 2 .Academic year 2011-2012 LIST OF COURSES AND THEIR CREDITS FOR 3RD SEMESTER EEE PROGRAMME Course Code BEECMA 301 BEECEE 302 BEECEE 303 BEECEI 304 BEECEE 305 Name of Course L 3 3 BEEDEC 301 BEEDME302 BEECEE 307 BEECEE 308 BEECTP 309 R02 Mathematics III Electromagnetic Field Theory Electric Circuit Theory 3 Electronic Circuits 3 Electrical Measurements & 4 Measuring Instruments Elective ( One out of Two) Material Science 4 Thermal Engg & Fluid 4 Machinery Laboratory Elecrtrical and Electronics Engg.

Integral formula – Taylor’s and Laurent’s series (without proof) – Singularities – zeros – poles and residues – Cauchy’s residue theorem – evaluation of the definite integral of type I only. al . Unit – 3 (15 Periods) Complex integration: Cauchy’s integral theorem. Higher Engineering Mathematics by B.M.Academic year 2011-2012 BEECMA 301 MATHEMATICS – III Credits Lecture periods/week Tutorial Unit – 1 :4 :3 :1 (15 Periods) Laplace Transform: Definition – Transform of standard functions – properties – Transform of derivatives and integrals – Transform of the type tn f(t) .Wiley Eastern Ltd.2003. Khanna publishers . Text Book: 1. 2.New Delhi 1997... Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Erwin Kreyszig . 2. f(t)/tn . National publishing Co. Unit – 2 (17 Periods) Complex variable: Analytic functions – Necessary and sufficient conditions for analyticity – Cauchy-Riemann equations in polar coordinates – Harmonic functions – Orthogonal system – Construction of an analytic function given real or imaginary parts – Conformal transformation – definition – ez and Bilinear transformation only. Engineering Mathematics by Dr...8th edition . References: 1. unit step function and unit impulse function – Application to ordinary differential equations with constant coefficients and integral equations – simultaneous linear differential equations with constant coefficients.S.inverse Laplace Transform – Convolution theorem – Transforms of periodic function .K.Kandasamy et . 3 . Unit – 4 (13 Periods) Statistics and Approximations: Linear correlation – rank correlation and regression lines – Theoretical distributions – Binomial – Poisson – Normal – properties and simple examples – fitting distribution of a given data . S. 1995.P.Venkataraman .Grewal . Engineering Mathematics by Dr.Chand & Co.2003.

coaxial cylinders. surface charge and volume charge.Academic year 2011-2012 BEECEE 302 ELECTRO MAGNETIC FIELD THEORY Credits :4 Lecture periods/week :3 Tutorial periods/week :1 [Cartesian Co-ordinate system to be adopted] Unit-1 (14 Periods) Electric Fields: Concepts – Coulomb’s law – electric field intensity – electric fields due to point charge. 1978 3. surface charge. Energy stored in magnetic fields – electromagnets –– forces and torques on closed circuits – magnetic circuits – examples Unit-4 (14 Periods) Maxwell’s Equations and Electomagnetic waves: Modified Ampere circuital law – Maxwell’s equations in point differential and integral forms – wave equation – plane waves in free space . Concept of divergence. Unit-2 (14 Periods) Conductors and Dielectrics: Field due to dipoles – dipole moment-torque experienced by an electric dipole kept in electric field –– force between charges – charges in motionelectrostatic potential energy associated with different charge distributions – conduction current – displacement current – equation of continuity-Boundary conditions at dielectric and conductor surfaces – capacitor – capacitance of system of conductors . line charge.Khanna Publishers. Poisson’s and Laplace equations . potential due to point charge. concentric spherical capacitor) -calculation of capacitance using the method of images – energy density and energy stored in electric fields Problems.A. David K. equipotential surface.. ‘Electromagnetics’ McGraw Hill. line charge. William Hayt.Cheng `Field and Wave Electromagnetics’ Pearson Education Asia. 1995 4 . 1976 2.Gangadhar.single and multi dielectric (parallel plate. K. S. spherical charge and cylindrical charge – potential gradient. ‘Engineering Electromagnetics’ McGraw Hill . John D. New Delhi . 1982 2. Electric flux and electric flux density – Gauss law and its application –electric potential. force between current carrying conductors – Ampere’s law – boundary conditions at the magnetic surfaces – examples and problems. Text Book: 1. Unit-3 (18 Periods) Magnetic Fields: Concepts – force on a current element – Biot Savart’s law –calculation of H for various configurations.Seely ‘Introduction to Electromagnetic Fields’. toroids.Kraus.Problems. concentric cylinders. Faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction – inductance of solenoids. divergence theorem. New York 1997 References: 1. ‘Field Theory’. transmission lines and cables.Poynting’s vector and theorem. McGraw Hill.

controlled sources and concept of super nodes – Source transformation technique .Maximum Power Transfer Theorem – Tellegen’s Theorem – . Unit-4 (15 Periods) Network Topology: Introduction .Academic year 2011-2012 BEECEE 303 ELECTRIC CIRCUIT THEORY Credits Lecture periods/week Tutorial period/week Unit-1 :4 :3 :1 (15 Periods) Network Equations: Review of Mesh and Nodal Analysis with DC sources . tree and chords – Incidence matrix . Sudhakar.P. planar graph.R.Norton’s Theorem – Compensation Theorem. 3 phase unbalanced system – unbalanced loads – Star connected unbalanced 3-wire and 4-wire systems – Delta connected unbalanced loads . Joseph. McGraw Hill. 2000 3. ‘ Engineering Network Analysis and Filter Design’. ‘ Circuits and Networks – Analysis and Syntheses.2 (15 Periods) Theorems in Circuit Analysis: Star-Delta transformation – Superposition theorem – Thevenin’s Theorem . Umesh Publications 2000. Shyammohan .Paranjothi.simple problems. Tata McGraw Hill. Unit. Electric Circuit Analysis. sub graph. Text Book: 1. Gopal G.Graph of a network – oriented graph.Fundamental loops of a graph – Cut set and Tie set matrices – Fundamental cut sets . 2. 5 . A. Prem R.problems with dc and ac sources.Mesh Analysis considering sinusoidal excitation. controlled sources and concept of super meshes – Nodal analysis considering sinusoidal excitation . A.Series and parallel connection of coupled inductors – Single tuned and double tuned coupled circuits .Bhise. New Age International. 2000.Mesh and Nodal equations by inspection – problems.problems. ` Theory and Problems of Electric Circuits’ Tata McGraw Hill. 1996 2 Schaum’s Outline Series.Chadha .Formulation of network equations – solution of network problem using tie-set and cut-set matrices. Publishers. S.Edminister.Mutual inductance – Coefficient of coupling – Ideal Transformer -Dot convention for coupled coils . Kulshreshtha . Unit-3 (15 Periods) Coupled Circuits: Self inductance . `Electric Circuits’. 2001 References: 1 S. Durgesh C.

. 1992 Boylestad . Prentice Hall India. coupling capacitors and stray capacitance on frequency response – alpha and beta cutoff frequencies Unit-3 (18 Periods) Power Amplifiers: Class A & B harmonic distortion. Millman Halkias . Electronic Devices and Circuits. 2. Load line concept – DC load line – AC load line – classification of amplifiers based on Q point – Small signal low frequency model – high frequency model – input impedance. transformer coupled and capacitor coupled – Gain bandwidth product. TMH. S. Unit-2 (17 Periods) Amplifiers (BJT & FET all configurations): BJT and FET Circuit Configurations.Electronics Devices & Circuit theory (Prentice Hall India) 1994 References: 1. Text Book: 1. Multistage Amplifiers: Direct. Valluvaraj . Allen Mottershead . Suresh Kumar & A.Academic year 2011-2012 BEECEI 304 ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS Credits : 4 Lecture periods/week : 3 Tutorial period/week : 1 Unit-1 (13 Periods) Regulated Power Supplies: Diode as a circuit element – Load line concept – Single phase half wave.Electronic Devices and Circuits. full wave. Mittal G. current and power gain – effect of bypass capacitors. transformer utilization factor and regulation – performance characteristics of rectifiers with filters – regulated power supply – transistor series and shunt type voltage regulators – overload and short circuit protection. mid point transformer and bridge rectifiers – ripple factor – rectification efficiency. voltage. ‘91 3. Chand & Co 1986 2.Electronic Devices and Circuits TMH 2001 ===== 6 . crossover and intermodulation distortion – Class B push pull amplifiers – Complementary symmetry amplifiers – Darlington amplifiers.K. N.Electronic Devices and Circuits. Salivahanan. power output and conversion efficiency – non-linear. output impedance. Unit-4 (12 Periods) Oscillators: Effect of positive feedback requirement for oscillators – phase shift oscillators – Colpitts oscillators – Hartley oscillator –Crystal oscillator – frequency stability – negative resistance in UJT oscillator.

Sawhney ‘A Course in Electrical & Electronics Measurements and Instrumentation’ – Dhanpat Rai and Sons.. Trivector meter. Synchroscope . E. MI. Text Book: 1. Power factor meter. Unit-2 (20 Periods) Measurement of Power & Energy: Power measurement by three voltmeter and three ammeter methods – dynamometer and induction type watt meters.W.Academic year 2011-2012 BEECEE 305 ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS & MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Credits :5 Lecture Periods/week: 4 Tutorial Period/week: 1 Unit-1 (20 Periods) Measurement of Electrical Variables: Principles of operation and construction of PMMC.Golding & F. Construction and principle of operation of induction type Energy meters – Errors and compensation – Calibration. Unit-3 (20 Periods) Magnetic Measurements: B-H curve and permeability of ring specimen – Iron loss measurement by Lloyd Fischer square. Helfrick & Cooper ‘Modern Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques’ Prentice Hall India. A. frequency and phase angle. Unit-4 (15 Periods) Electronic Measuring Instruments: Electronic voltmeter – Electronic Multimeter – Electronic Ohm meter. 7 . 5th edition. References: 1. Induction. Cathode Ray Oscilloscope – Cathode ray tube – Electron gun – Electrostatic focusing – Deflection – Acceleration of electron beam – Time base generators – Dual trace oscilloscope. 2.Phase sequence indicator . Dynamometer. Thermal and Rectifier type instruments – Measurement of voltage and current – Measurement of R. Special Instruments: Maximum demand indicator. Maxwell.Widdis ‘Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments’ Wheeler and Co. Kelvin. 3. Ernst Frank ‘Electrical Measurement Analysis’ Mc Graw Hill. current. Current and Potential transformers – phasor diagram – errors – clip on ammeters.G. L & C – Wheatstone.K.Megger. Anderson and Schering Bridges. Galvanometers: Ballistic galvanometers and vibration galvanometers. Applications – Measurement of voltage. Frequency meters (mechanical resonance and electrical resonance type only).

Dekkar ‘Electrical Engineering Materials’ Prentice Hall. 8 . Chand & Co.. loss tangent.Franz relation – Sommerfield theory – Fermi Dirac distribution – variation of conductivity with temperature – contact potential – thermoelectric materials – materials used for electric resistances. ‘ A Text book of Applied Electronics. plastics. Unit – 3 (14 periods) Insulating materials : Natural and synthetic inorganic insulating materials – natural and synthetic organic insulating materials – ferroelectricity – ferroelectric materials – piezoelectricity – piezoelectric materials – applications of materials for electrical apparatus such as mica. lamp filaments. asbestos.S.S. S.J. References: 1. Unit – 4 (16 periods) Magnetic materials : Origin of permanent magnetic dipoles. S.Mossotti equation – electronic. porcelain.2002. R. Saxena.S. New Delhi 1988. rubber.dia. 1990. A. brushes of electric machines. C.Academic year 2011-2012 BEEDEC 301 MATERIAL SCIENCE Credits : 4 Lecture Periods/week : 4 Unit -1 (14 periods) Conducting Materials : Free electron theory of metals – Drude . para and ferromagnetism – Curie. Chand & Company Ltd. 3. Sedha. Meerut. paper.Lorentz theory – electrical conductivity – thermal conductivity – Wiedemann .C. 2003. Thiruvengadam ‘Electrical Engineering Materials’ S. Dhanpatrai 5th Edition 1994. Gupta. Fundamentals of solid state physics. bakelite and resins.transformer oil – introduction to FRLS cable and XLPE materials.N.K. 4. R. fuses and soldering. P.Indulkar. cotton. Sawhney. Text Book: 1. glass. Anuradha Agencies. 1998 B. ionic and orientational polarizabilities – dependence of permittivity on frequency and temperature – behaviour of dielectrics under static and alternating fields – complex dielectric constants – dipolar relaxation and dielectric loss – dielectric strength. Pragai Prakashan.Weiss law – Langevin’s theory for dia and paramagnetic materials – BH curve and hysteresis loop – ferromagnetic domains – ferrimagnetismferrites – hard and soft magnetic materials and their applications – magnetic materials used in electrical machines.Claussius . Electrical Machine Design’. Arumugam ‘Materials Science’. silk fiber. 2. 2. M. Unit – 2 (16 periods) Dielectric materials : Requirements for insulating materials – classification based on temperature – electrical properties – molecular properties – polarization of dielectrics – Lorentz field. A. Saxena.

2. P. R. Text Book: 1.. R.Chand & Co 2005 ===== 9 . S. Tata Mc Graw Hill Ltd.Euler’s & Bernouli’s equations Unit-4 (15 Periods) Turbines: Hydraulic turbines – Pelton Wheel .Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines. Fluid Mechanics: Properties of fluids – manometers – types of manometers – types of fluid flow .heat pump and refrigerator – Entropy – definition – entropy chart. 2005. Lakshmi Publications 2005 References: 1.working of air conditioning systems – Gas Turbines (Qualitative treatment only).Carnot heat engine – reversed Carnot engine .work done – with and without clearance – multistage.Thermal Engineering ‘Lakshmi Publications 2005 2. RAJPUT . K.first law of thermodynamics – application of first law to closed and open systems – Steady flow energy equation – second law .K. Pump: Centrifugal pumps – single stage – work done and efficiencies.Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines.Engineering Thermodynamics.. Unit-2 (15 Periods) Steam: Formation of steam – property calculations .Kaplan Turbines – work done – efficiencies.Academic year 2011-2012 BEEDME 302 THERMAL ENGINEERING & FLUID MACHINERY Credits Lecture periods/week Tutorial periods/week Unit-1 :4 :3 :1 (15 Periods) Thermodynamics: Basic concepts – definitions . R. Unit-3 (15 Periods) Refrigeration & Airconditioning: Vapour compression cycle – Simple COP calculations – Psychrometry – Property calculations using psychrometry chart . NAG . K. K.uses of steam tables and mollier chart – Rankine cycle – super heating – Steam Turbines (Qualitative treatment only).BANSAL.Francis Turbine . RAJPUT. Compressor: Reciprocating air compressors – classification – single stage .

5 6 7 8 9 10 Verification of Superposition Theorem.f Measurement Using 3 ammeters. Single Phase Power and p.. 2. 11 Measurement of active and reactive power by 2 wattmeter method 12 Measurement of energy using single phase energy meter ====== 10 . Measurement of Power and Power Factor in 1 Phase AC circuit Using Wattmeter.f. 3. Measurement Using 3 voltmeters. Single Phase Power and p. Improvement of Power Factor using Capacitor Determination of Efficiency of the Kettle Using Wattmeter. Measurement of low resistance using Kelvin’s double bridge.Academic year 2011-2012 BEECEE 307 ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING LAB Credits :2 Period/ week : 3 1. Verification of Thevenin’s and Norton’s Theorem. Measurement of low resistance and high resistance Using Voltmeter and Ammeter. Verification of Kirchhoff’s Laws. 4.

5 6 7 10 Dismantling and Assembling of Ceiling Fan 11. (Staircase Wiring) – PVC (Conduit System of Wiring. B) Control of One Lamp from Two Places. Study of Multimeters A) Measurement of Earth Resistance Using Earth Megger.Academic year 2011-2012 BEECEE 308 ELECTRICAL WORKSHOP Credits : 2 Periods/week : 3 1. Study. Power and Control Cables And Accessories 2. C) Wiring of Fluorescent Lamp Circuit. Study of Wiring Materials. A) Wiring of a Domestic Service Connection. 4. A) Fabrication of PCB and Soldering and De-Soldering Practice. B) Wiring of Ceiling Fan Circuit with Regulator. Dismantling and Assembling of DC Machine 3. 2 pole and single pole MCBs 12 Lead acid Battery testing – charging & discharging ========= 11 . B) Soldering a Simple Circuit in a General Purpose PCB 8 9 Murray Loop Test for Locating Cable Fault Three Phase Motor Wiring – Power Connection. B) Measurement of Insulation Resistance Using Insulation Megger. Wiring of DB and 3 pole. A) Control of One Lamp By Flush Type Switch Combined 3 Pin Plug with Switch PVC (Conduit) System of Wiring.

Product Launching Aptitude Test I (APM .visual presentation) Body Language (From Infosys Campus Connect) Team Skills .Written Exercise End Semester Examinations Total No.Academic year 2011-2012 BEECTP 309 R02 HR.Oral presentation Emotional intelligence . of Classes 2 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 17 12 .No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Details SWOT Analysis and Presentation (Individual exercise) Listening Skill Exercise (Audio .Advanced Progressive Matrices) Assertiveness (From Infosys Campus Connect) Leadership Exercise (Problem solving exercise) Etiquettes .Discussion & Reporting Person I admire .SKILLS -1 Credit :1 Period/week : 1 Sl.

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