Batteries :Different types of batteries (Lead Acid and Lithium Ion), construction, working principle, applications, ratings, charging and discharging, concept of depth of charging, maintenance of batteries, series -parallel connection of batteriesThis course aims at enabling students of all Engineering Branches to understand the basic concepts of electrical engineering. This course is designed to provide knowledge of fundamentals and various laws in electromagnetic and magnetic circuits, electrostatics. The steady state analysis of AC and DC circuits, and its applications transformer, batteries and different energy conversion techniques are also included in this course.
In Semester : 30 Marks
End Semester: 70 Marks
PR: 25 Marks
Unit I: Electromagnetism
Review: resistance, emf, current, potential, potential difference and Ohm’s law Electromagnetism: Magnetic effect of an electric current, cross and dot conventions, right hand thumb rule, nature of magnetic field of long straight conductor, solenoid and toroid. Concept of mmf, flux, flux density, reluctance, permeability and field strength, their units and relationships. Simple series magnetic circuit, Introduction to parallel magnetic circuit(Only theoretical treatment), comparison of electric and magnetic circuit, force on current carrying conductor placed in magnetic field, Fleming’s left hand rule. Faradays laws of electromagnetic induction, Fleming’s right hand rule, statically and dynamically induced e.m.f., self and mutual inductance, coefficient of couplings. Energy stored in magnetic field.
Unit 2: Electrostatics and AC Fundamentals
A) Electrostatics: Electrostatic field, electric flux density, electric field strength, absolute permittivity, relative permittivity and capacitance. Capacitor, capacitors in series and parallel, energy stored in capacitors, charging and discharging of capacitors (no derivation) and time constant
B) AC Fundamentals: Sinusoidal voltages and currents, their mathematical and graphical representation, Concept of cycle, Period, frequency, instantaneous, peak(maximum), average and r.m.s. values, peak factor and form factor. Phase difference, lagging, leading and in phase quantities and phasor representation. Rectangular and polar representation of phasor.
Unit 3: Single Phase AC Circuits
Study of AC circuits consisting of pure resistance, pure inductance, pure capacitance, series R-L, R-C and R-L-C circuits, phasor diagrams, voltage, current and power waveforms, resonance in series RLC circuits, concept of impedance, concept of active, reactive, apparent, complex power and power factor, Parallel AC circuits (No numericals), concept of admittance
Unit 4: Polyphase A.C. Circuits and Single phase Transformers
A) Polyphase A.C. Circuits: Concept of three-phase supply and phase sequence. Balanced and unbalanced load, Voltages, currents and power relations in three phase balanced star-connected loads and delta-connected loads along with phasor diagrams.
B) Single phase transformers: principle of working, construction and types, emf equation, voltage and current ratios. Losses, definition of regulation and efficiency, determination of these by direct loading method. Descriptive treatment of autotransformers.
Unit 5: DC Circuits
Classification of electrical networks, Energy sources – ideal and practical voltage and current sources, Simplifications of networks using series and parallel combinations and star-delta conversions, Kirchhoff’s laws and their applications for network solutions using loop analysis, Superposition theorem, Thevenin’s theorem.
Unit 6: Work, Power, Energy and Batteries
A) Work, Power, Energy: Effect of temperature on resistance, resistance temperature coefficient, insulation resistance, conversion of energy from one form to another in electrical, mechanical and thermal systems.
B) Batteries :Different types of batteries (Lead Acid and Lithium Ion), construction, working principle, applications, ratings, charging and discharging, concept of depth of charging, maintenance of batteries, series -parallel connection of batteries