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30 ELECTRONICS ENGGINEERING & COMUNICATION

Duration | : 03 Year |

Eligibility | : 10th with Science & Mathematics |

Intake | : 25/40/60(As approved by AICTE/State Govt.) |

Pattern of the Examination | : Semester System |

Assessment Type | : The assessment will we carry out through credit point system/Learning Based Out comes |

Theory & Practical Ratio | : 50: 50 |

Industrial Training | : Included after IInd Semester |

Ecology & Environment | : As pe Government Directions a subject named Environmental Science & Energy Management has been included. |

Entrepreneurship Development | : A subject on Entrepreneurship Development has been incorporated after IInd Semester. |

General Proficiency | : A provision of 6 periods per week has been made. It Included of various cocurricular activities like games, hobby clubs, seminars, declamation contests, extension lectures, NCC, NSS, cultural activities and discipline etc. |

Paper Code :

093004

Paper Name :

BASICS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND MACHINERY

**Over view of DC
Circuits**** **

· Applications of
Kirchoff’s Laws in solving electrical network problems.

·
Networks theorem such as:Superposition, Thevenin theorem , Norton theorem and
maximum power transfer theorem.

**AC fundamentals **

· Concept of
alternating current, and voltage , equation of instantaneous values.

· Representation of
alternating sinusoidal quantities by phasors

· Power in pure Resistance,
Inductance, Capacitance. RL, RC, RLC circuits

· Active and reactive
components of current and their significance

· Power factor and its
practical significance

· Resonance in series
and parallel circuits

· Active power, reactive power, apparent
power

**Three phase
supply **

· Advantage of three
phase system over single phase system

· Star–delta
connection and transformation.

·
Relation between phase voltage and line voltage, also between phase current and
line current in a 3 phase system

· Power and power factor in 3 phase system

**Transformer **

Working principle of a Transformer, constructional features, voltage
and current transformation, auto transformer and its uses, instruments
transformer, voltage regulation and its significance , need for isolation,
Losses in a transformer, cooling of transformer

**Electrical
Machines **

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**Construction & Working Principle of:**

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**· DC Machines: DC motor. **

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**· Single Phase Induction Motor.**

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**· Three Phase Induction Motor.**

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**· Three Phase Synchronous Machines: Alternator
and synchronous motor.**

**Batteries **

Basic idea about
primary and secondary cells,

· Construction, working and application of
Lead-Acid, Nickel-Cadmium Battery.

· Capacity and efficiency of lead acid
battery

· Charging methods used for lead-acid
battery(accumulator),

· Care and maintenance of lead-acid battery,

· Series and parallel connections of
batteries,

**LIST OF
PRACTICALS **

1.
Familiarization
of measuring instruments viz. voltmeter, ammeter , wattmeter.

2.
To verify
KVL in DC circuits.

3.
To
verify KCL in DC circuits.

4.
To
verify Thevenin’s theorem in D.C. circuits.

5.
To
verify Norton’s theorem in D.C. circuits.

6.
To
verify Super position theorem in D.C. circuits.

7.
To
verify Maximum power transfer theorem in D.C. circuits.

8.
To
determine effect of a single phase transformer from the data obtained through
open circuit

and short circuit test.

**9.
**To
test a lead – acid storage battery for charged & discharged condition.

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