ELECTRICAL NETWORK ANALYSIS

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The RLC Circuit: The Source Free Series & Parallel RLC Circuit, the over damped, under damped and critically damped RLC Circuits, the complete response of |RLC Circuit, the Lossless LC Circuit.

The Phase Concept: The complex forcing functions, phase relationships for R,L& C, Impedance and Admittance.

The Sinusoidal Steady State Response:

Nodal, Mesh & Loop analysis, AC Source Transformation, Thevenin’s, Norton’s, reciprocity & compensation theorems, phasor diagrams.

Average power & RMS Values: Instantaneous power and average power, apparent power & complex power, power factor & power factor improvement, power Triangle.

Poly Phase Circuits: Difference between single phase & three phase, WYE & DELTA connected three phase sources, balanced & unbalanced WYE & DELTA Loads, Power in balanced & unbalanced three phase loads.

Complex Frequency: Introduction to complex frequency, damped sinusoidal forcing function Z(s) & Y(s), frequency response as a function of s, Complex frequency plane, natural response & the s-plane, synthesizing the voltage ratio H(S) = Vout Series, parallel & series parallel resonance scaling & Bode diagrams Vin.

General Two Port Networks: Introduction, admittance parameters, some equivalent networks, impedance and admittance parameters, hybrid parameters, transmission parameters. Poly-phase generators, phase sequence, vector diagrams for balance and unbalanced three phase networks, power in three phase circuits and different methods of its measurements. Magnetically Coupled Circuits: Mutual Inductance, Energy considerations, the Linear & Ideal Transformers.

Two-Port Parameters: One port and two port networks, two port parameters, hybrid (h) parameters, Transmission parameters, series/parallel/cascaded inter connection of two-port networks. Application of Laplace transform in circuit analysis

Course Syllabus