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III Semester B.Tech.

(E&E)

MATH-301-EC-EE 4Hrs./Week

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS-III

No, of questions to be set: 1 0 (2 from each unit)


No. of questions to be answered: 5 (1 from each Unit)
Note: Each question consists of three parts.
The first part comprising of short objective type questions carries four marks. The
remaining two parts carry eight marks each.

Unit-I
Fourier Series, periodic functions, Euler's formulae: Fourier Series of odd and even
functions and functions with arbitrary period. Half range, extensions: Fourier sine and
cosine transforms: Fourier integrals.
Unit- II

Partial differential equations-basic concepts, solutions of equations involving derivatives


with respect to one variable only. Solutions by indicated transformations and separation
of variables. '

Derivation of one-demensional wave equation (vibrating string) and its solutions by


using the method of separation of variables. Simple problem: D'Alembert's solution of
wave equation. Derivation of one-dimensional heat equation using Gauss divergence
theorem and its solution by separation of variables.

UNIT -III
Complex variables- functions, continuity, differentiability, analyticity, cauchy-Riemann
equations and properties of analytic functions. Line integrals in complex plane and basic
properties-Cauchy theorem, Cauchy's integral formula- derivatives of analytic functions.
UNIT -IV
Power series -Taylor, Maclaurin and Laurent series. Residue theorem - Evaluation
of standard real integral using contour integration.
UNIT -V
Vector-calculus-gradient, divergence and curl, their physical meaning and identities. Line,
surface and volume integrals. Simple .problems- Green's theorem - statements of
divergence and Stoke's theorems - Simple applications. Curvilinear Co-ordinate

TEXT BOOKS
1. Erwin Kreyszig - Advanced Engg. Mathematics - Ed. 5 - Wiley Eastern,
2. Murray R. Spiegel- Vector Analysis - Schaum Publishing Co, 1959.
3. B.S. Grewal - High Engg. Mathematics - Khanna Publishers, 1990.

REFERENCES
1. Murray R. Spiegel - Complex Variables - McGraw Hill, 1964.
III Semester B.Tech. (E&E)

EE-302 4 Hrs./Week

ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS

No. of questions to be set: &. (2 from Unit-I. 3 from Unit-II & 3 from Unit-III)
No. of question to be answered: 5 (1 from Unit-I, 2 from Unit-II & 2 from Unit-III)
Unit-I
Network theorems: Linearity and superposition theorems, Reciprocity theorem,
substitution theorem, compensation theorem, Thevenin's theorem, Norton's U1eorem,
Maximum power transfer theorem, Millman's theorem.
Unit-II
Resonance- Series and parallel resonance, Half power frequencies, Quality fE:1ctor,
Band width, Locus diagrams Impedance, Admittance and current locus for series and
parallel circuits, current at resonanC3 from locus diagrams.
Coupled circuits - Mutual induced emf. Dot ru1es coupled coils in series and parallel.,
transformer as a Coupled circuit. T-equivalent circuit, energy considerations.
Three phase unbalanced loads - Analysis of unbalanced star and delta connected
Loads, shifting of neutral voltage, power measurements.
Symmetrical components - Positive, negative and zero sequence components,
symmetrical components of unbalanced voltages and currents from symmetrical
components, power in terms of symmetrica1 components.

Unit -III
Signals and waveforms - Odd and even components, equations of waveform and
their derivatives in terms of step, ramp, impulse and doublet signals.
Time domain analysis - linearity and time invariance, initial and final conditions in
networks. Source free RC and RL circuits, step response, impulse response, response to
sinusoidal and exponential excitations, Time constants, source free RLC circuits
Overdamped, critically damped and underdamped circuits, Response to sinusoidal inputs.
complete response, impulse response and step response. Switching in steady state
circuits.

TEXTBOOKS

1. William Hayt & Jack Kemmerly - Engineering Circuit Analysis (Ed. 5)MGH,
1993.
2. F.F. Kuo-Network Analysis and Synthesis (Ed. 2) -John Wiley & Sons, 199O.

REFERENCES

1. Richard C. Don - Introduction to Electric circuits (Ed. 2) -John Wiley & Sons,
1993.
2. Clayton R. Paul - Analysis of Linear circuits - MGH, 1983.
3. P.N, Reddy -.Symmetrical Components and Sf1ort Circuit Studies -Khanna
Publishers, 1985.
III Semester B.Tech. (E&E)

EE-305 4 Hrs./Week

ELECTRO MAGNETIC THEORY

No. of questions to be set: 8 (3 from Unit-I, 3 from Unit-II & 2 from Unit-III )
No. of questions to be answered: 5 (2 from Unit-I, 2 from Unit-II & 1 from Unit-III)

Unit-I
Electrostatics: Coulomb's law - Electric field Intensity field due to charge
distributions.
Electric flux density- Gauss law and applications - Divergence - Divergence theorem
(cartesian co- ordinates).
Energy expended in moving a point charge in an electric field-line integral-
potential and potential difference- potential due to point charge and charge distribution-
potential gradient -Energy density in the electrostatic field.
Capacitance- capacitance: of coaxial cable, parallel plate capacitor, two wire line.
Boundary conditions for perfect dielectric materials.

Unit -II
Magnetostatics : Biot - Savart's Law and applications -Ampere's circuital law and
applications -Curl- Stoke's theorem (cartesian co-ordinates) -Magnetic flux and
field density- scalar and vector magnetic potentials.
Force on a moving charge - Force between differential current elements.
Magnetic boundary conditions- Inductance -Inductance of toroid, solenoid, two wire line,
coaxial cable.
Faraday's law - Transformer emf, motional emf.
UNIT-III
Laplace and Poisson's equations, general procedures for solving Poisson’s and Laplace’s
equations.
Current and current density, continuity of current equation, displacement current.
Maxwell’s equations in various forms, wave equations in free space and material media,
plane, waves in dielectric and conducting media.
Power and poynting vector, the poynting vector theorem.

TEXTBOOKS
1. William Hayt - Engineering Electromagnetics (Ed. 5 ) - TMH, 1993.

REFERENCES
1. John D. Kraus - Electromagnetics (EDA) - MGH, 1992.
2. Gangadhar K.A. & Ramanathan M. -Field Theory (ED. 5) -Khanna Pub.,
1982.
3. Plonus M.A. - Applied Electromagnetics- MGH, 1978.
III Semester B.Tech. (E&E)

EE-306 4 Hrs.\Week

BASIC ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS

No. of questions, to be set: 8 (3 from Unit l, 3 from Unit_11 & 2 from Unit-III)
No. of questions to be answered: 5 (2 from Unit-I, 2 from Unit-II & 1 from Unit-III)

Unit -I

Review of Semiconductor physics.


P-N Junction - Open circuited P-N Junction, Bias conditions, The current components in
a P-N Junction diode. The volt-ampere characteristics, Reverse saturation current,
Breakdown. The effect of temperature on V-I characteristics, Diode resistance, Transition
capacitance, Diffusion capacitance, Switching limes, Diode specification, Zener diodes,
Semiconductor photo -diode, Light emitting diode. .
Diode circuits- Diode as a circuit element, load-line concept, diode model, clipping
circuits, clipping at two independent levels, clamping circuits.
Transistor Characteristics- Bipolar Junction Transistor, Bias conditions, Transistor current
components common base configuration, Transistor amplifying action, Transistor as a
switch, common emitter configuration, common collector configuration, Maximum
voltage rating, Limits of operation, Transistor specifications.
Biasing and stabilization against variation in ICO,VBE and β.

Unit -II
Small signal model (H-parameter model) -comparison and applications of the CE, CB,
CC configuration (with CE hybrid model only). Cascade connections, Darlington
configuration, current sources and current mirror circuits (using Transistor only).
Field Effect Transistors - Characteristics of FETs, Transfer characteristics, specification,
Depletion type MOSFET, Enhancement type MOSFET, VMOS, CMOS, FET and
MOSFET biasing,
Rectifier and Power supplies - voltage regulation, shunt voltage regulator, IC.
Voltage regulator
Unit -III
Amplifiers -Classification of amplifiers, Distortion in amplifiers, Frequency response of
an amplifier, Polar- plots, gain bandwidth product.
Large Signal Amplifiers (Class A, Class B and Class AB) - Transformer coupled
amplifier, Thermal runaway, Theoretical deficiency, Distortion analysis, complementary
and quasi complementary push-pull amplifier.

REFERENCES
1. Millman and Halkias - Integrated Electronics : Analog and Digital circuits and
systems-TMH- 1992
2. Boylestad and Nashelsky - Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory (Ed. 5. -PHI,
1993
III Semester B.Tech. (E&E)

EE-307 3 Hrs./Week

Electric Circuit Lab using PSPICE

1. Steady state analysis of D.C. circuits.


2. Steady state analysis of single phase AC. circuits.
3. Steady state analysis of coupled circuits
4. Steady state analysis of 3-Phase AC. Circuits (Balanced and unbalanced).
5. Study of circuit resonance characteristics (both Parallel and series circuits).
6. D.C. Transient analysis (RL, RC and RLC circuits)
7. Frequency response of RC coupled amplifier
8. Study of a simple differential amplifier

These experiments are only guide lines. At least 20 more experiments to be devised.
Simulation of the circuits in PSPICE platform is also a part of this curriculum..

REFERENCES
1. Rashid M.H. -SPICE for circuits & Electronics using PSPICE - PHI. 1996.
2. Irwin J.D. - Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis (ED. 3). McMillan, 1990.
III Semester B.Tech.(E&E)

EE-308 3 Hrs./week

BASIC ELECTRONICS LABORATORY

1. Diode characteristics – Silicon and Zener diode


2. BJT characteristics.
3. JFET characteristics.
4. Diode applications – clipping and clamping.
5. Full-wave bridge rectifier with capacitor filter.
6. Regulated power supply using Zener, 78XX and 79XX and LM317.
7. Transistor circuits – as switch, as amplifier, as level shifter, as inverter and buffer.
8. Power amplifier circuits.
9. MOSFET circuits – MOSFET biasing, totem pole configuration.
III Semester B.Tech. (E&E)

EE-303 4Hrs./Week

ELECTRICAL MACHINES – I

No. of questions to be set: 8 (2 from Unit-I, 3 from Unit-II & 3 from Unit-III)
No. of questions to be answered: 5 (1 from Unit-I, 2 from Unit-II, & 2 from Unit-III)

Unit-I

Transformers: Review of Construction, Principle or operation of single phase


transformer, phasor diagram (no-load and on-load). Development of equivalent circuit,
O.C and S.C tests, Voltage regulation, losses and efficiency, Power and distribution
transformers, All-day efficiency. Audio frequency & pulse transformer.

Unit-II

Harmonics in transformers and its effect on exciting current, suppression of harmonics


through tertiary winding (qualitative), inrush current.
Three phase transformers and different connections: Star-star, Star-delta, Delta-star,
Delta-Delta, Scott connection, Open delta connection, 3-phase to 6-phase conversion:
Double star, double delta and diametrical connection, Polarity test, Sumpner’s test.
Parallel operation of single phase and three phase transformers, ON-and OFF-load tap
changers. Isolation transformers, Autotransformers-Single and three phase, Welding
transformers.

Unit-III

DC Generators: Construction, Principle of operation, EMF Equation, Methods of


excitation, Armature reaction (Qualitative treatment only) Principle of commutation,
characteristics of DC generators-OCC and external characteristics.
DC Motors: Principle of operation, Torque equations, Characteristics of motors,
Field and armature methods of speed control, Principle of DC motor starting-3- & 4-point
starters.
Losses and Efficiency of DC machines, Swinburne’s test, Hopkinson’s test, Retardation
test, Field’s test.

TEXTBOOKS

1. Clayton and Hankock – Performance and Design of DC Machines – Oxford IBH,


1994.
2. Nagrath and Kothari – Electrical Machines TMH, 1993.
3. Bhimbra – Electrical Machinery (Ed. 4) – Khanna Pub, 1986.

REFERENCES
1. M.G. Say – AC. Machines (Ed.5) – Pitman, 1993.
2. P.K. Mukherjee & S. Chakravorti – Electrical Machines (Ed.2) – Dhanpath Rai, 1993.
III Semester B.Tech. (E & E)
EE-304 4 Hrs./Week

ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS
No. of questions to be set: 8(3 from Unit-I, 3 from Unit-II & 2 from Unit-III)
No. of questions to be answered :5 (2 from Unit-I, 2 from Unit-II & 1 from Unit-III)

Unit-I

S.I. Units, Dimensional Analysis.


Electromechanical Indicating Instruments-D’Arsonval Galvanometer, Construction
features, Dynamic response, Ballistic Galvanometer.
Permanent magnet moving coil Instruments- Construction, Torque equation, Range
extension with multipliers, sensitivity.
Moving Iron Instruments- General torque equation, types, multipliers
Electrodynamometer , Ammeter, Electrostatic Voltmeter, Multimeter.
Principles of Rectifier type Instruments, Voltmeter, Ammeter.

Unit-II
Measurement of Resistance: Classification of resistance, Wheat- stone bridge Kelvin's
double bridge, Loss of charge method, Megaohm bridge method, Measurement of earth
resistance and factors affecting earth resistance, cable fault location by Murray loop test,
Megger.
AC Bridges- Maxwell’s bridge, Maxwell- Wein bridge. Anderson bridge, Schering
bridge, Desauty bridge, shielding.
DC Potentiometer: Student's type, Brook's deflection type, Applications ofpotentiometers.
AC Potentiometer- Theory, operation and applications of co-ordinate and polar type
potentiometer.
Instrument Transformers- CT and PT construction and operation for metering and
protection applications, testing- Silsbee's method, comparative deflection method.

Unit-III
Measurement of power and energy: Electrodynamometer wattmeter, three phase power
measurement, single phase and three phase energy meters, errors and its compensation.
Transducers: Strain gauges, LVDT, Piezo- electric devices, thermistors, pressure,
transducers, speed measurements ( Qualitative treatment only).

TEXTBOOKS
1. A.K. Sawhney- A course in electrical and Electronic Measurements and
Instrumentation (Ed.10 )- Dhanpat Rai, 1994.
REFERENCES
1. E.W. Golding & Widdis F.C. - Electrical Measurements and Measuring
Instruments (ED-5) -Wheeler, 1989.
2. Stout- Basic EI3ctrical Measurements(Ed. 2)-PHI,1973.
3. B.S. Sonde- Transducers and Display Systems- TMH, 1997.
4. Rangan, Mani & Sharma - Instrumentation Devices and Systems- TMH. 1990.