LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
Contact Hours/ Week
: 4
(L)
Credits :
4.0
Total Lecture Hours
: 52
CIE Marks :
50
Sub. Code
: EE51
SEE Marks :
50
Prerequisite
Analog Electronic Circuits
Module

I
Fundamentals of Op

Amps
Operation
al

amplifiers:
Block diagram , Ideal and Practical Op

Amp characteristics. Basic op

amp
configurations: Gain, Input and output impedances, Bandwidths, and Comparisons. Op

amp powering.
Maximum ratings
10 Hrs.
Module

II
Op
–
amp application
s
General applications: Voltage follower, Adders and Subtractors, I/V and V/I Converters, Precision half
wave and full wave rectifiers, peak detectors, ZCD, sample and hold circuit. DAC and ADC using op
amps.
10 Hrs.
Module

III
Non

Linea
r applications:
Comparators, Schmitt trigger, Astable and Monostable Multivibrators, waveform generators, sinusoidal
Oscillators
7 Hrs
.
Active

filters
: First and second order high pass and low pass filters, Band pass filter, Band stop filter.
5 Hrs
.
Module

IV
Op

amp Limitations
Static limitations
: Input bias and offset currents, output offset voltage, Input offset error
compensation techniques.
Dynamic limitations:
open and closed loop response Transient response
.
Stability problem, Frequency compensation techniques
6
H
rs
.
Specialized IC applications
: Universal active filter, Switched capacitor filter, Phase

locked loops and
its applications
4 Hrs
.
Module

V
555 Timer
: operating principles, Monostable and Astable multi

vibrators and applications.
4 Hrs
.
DC

Voltage regulators
: Voltage regulator basics, Voltage follower regulator adjustable o/p regulator,
Precision voltag
e regulator, Integrated circuit voltage regulators.
6
Hrs
.
TEXT BOOK
200
7
BATCH
1
Ramakanth A Gayakwad
Operational Amplifiers and Linear IC's
.
PHI
REFERENCE BOOKS
1
David A Bell
Operational Amplifiers and Linear IC'S by, PHI
2
Sergio Franco
De
sign with op

amps and Analog IC’s, McGraw Hill,2
nd
Ed
3
Roy Choudhury
Operational amplifiers and Linear Integrated circuits
,
New Age International.
4
Stanley William D.
Operational amplifiers with Linear Integrated circuits ,
4/e, Pearson Ed
SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS
Contact Hours/ Week
: 4+1
(Lecture + Tutorials)
Credits :
4.5
Total Lecture Hours
: 52
CIE Marks :
50
Total Tutorial Hours
: 13
SEE Marks :
50
Sub. Code
: EE52
Module

I
In
troduction
:
Definitions of a signal and a system, classification of signals, basic operations on signals,
elementary signals, systems viewed as interconnections of operations, properties of systems.
9
+
3
Hrs.
Module

II
Time

domain represent
ations for LTI systems
:
Convolution, impulse response representation; properties of impulse response representation,
differential and difference equation representations, block diagram representations.
10
+
3
Hrs.
Module

III
Fourier representation
for signals
:
Introduction, Fourier representations for four signal classes, orthogonality of complex
sinusoidal signals, DTFS representations, continuous

time

Fourier

series representations, DTFT
& FT representations, properties of Fourier represent
ations.
14
+
3
Hrs.
Module

IV
Application of Fourier representations
:
Frequency response of LTI systems, solution of differential and difference equations using
system function, Fourier transform representations for periodic signals, samplin
g of continuous
time signals and signal reconstruction.
10
+2
Hrs.
Module
–
V
Z

Transforms
Introduction, Z

transform, properties of ROC, properties of Z

transforms, inversion of Z

transforms, transform analysis of LTI systems, transfer fu
nction, stability and Causality,
unilateral Z

transform and its application to solve difference equations.
9
+2
Hrs.
TEXT BOOK
1
Simon Haykin and Barry
"Signals and Systems,", John Wiley & Sons, 2001. Reprint
200
7
BATCH
Van Veen
2002.
REFERENCE BOOKS
1
Alan V. Oppenheim.
Alan S. Willsky and
S. Hamid Nawab
"Signals and Systems," Pearson Education Asia, 2nd edition,
1997. Indian Reprint 2002.
2
Michel J Roberts
"Signals and Systems: Analysis of signals through linear
systems", Tata McGraw Hill, 2003.
ELECTRICAL POWER

1
Contact Hours/ Week
:
4
(
L
)
Credits :
4
.
0
Total Lecture Hours
:
52
CIE Marks :
50
Sub. Code
:
EE53
SEE Marks :
50
Module

I
Typical transmission and distribution system scheme
: Stan
dard voltages for transmission.
Advantages of high voltage transmission. Feeders, Distributors & Service mains
Overhead transmission lines
: Sag calculation in conductors

(a)
Suspended on level supports (b) supports at different levels.
Effect of wind a
nd ice on tension and sag at erection. Stringing chart
0
9 Hrs
Module

II
Line parameters
: Calculation of inductance of single phase, three phase lines with equilateral and
unsymmetrical spacing. Inductance of composite conductor lines. Capacitance

Calculation for two wires
and three phase lines, capacitance calculation for 3 phase lines with equilateral and unsymmetrical
spacing.
10 Hrs
Module

III
Characteristics and performance of power transmission lines:
Short transmis
sion lines, medium transmission lines, Nominal T a
nd π method , equivalent T and π
network, traveling wave concepts, representation of long transmission lines, ABCD constants , P

V and
Q

V coupling
11 Hrs
Module

IV
Insulators
: Types, potential distribution over a string of suspension i
nsulators. String efficiency
and
methods of increasing string efficiency
,
testing of insulators.
06 Hrs
Corona
: Phenomena, expression for disruptive and visual critical voltages and corona power loss.
04 Hrs
Module

V
Underground Cables
: Types, material used. Insulation resistance, thermal rating of cables, charging
current. Grading of cables, capacitance grading and inter sheath grading, testing of cables.
06 Hrs
Distribution
: Radial and ring main systems, AC to DC distribution: calculation for concentrated loads.
06 Hrs
TEXT BOOK
1
Soni Gupta & Bhatnagar
A Course of Electrical Power, Dhanpatrai and Sons(New Delhi)
2
C.L.Wadhwa
Electrical Power systems, W
iley Eastern
200
7
BATCH
REFERENCE BOOK
S
1
S.M.Singh
Electric power generatio
n transmission and distribution,
Prentice Hall of India
2
W.D. Stevenson
Elements of Power System Analysis, Mc Graw
–
Hill
Comp.Ltd.
3
J.B Gupta
A course in power systems, Published by S.
K.Kataria & sons,
New

Delhi.
POWER ELECTRONICS
Contact Hours/ Week
:
4
(L)
Credits :
4
Total Lecture Hours
:
39
CIE Marks :
50
Sub. Code
:
EE54
SEE Marks :
50
Prerequisite
Analog Electronic Circuits
Module

I
Introduc
tion
,
Power Semiconductor devices
Applications of Power Electronics, power semiconductor devices, Control characteristics, Types of Power
Electronic circuits, peripheral effects.
0
5
Hrs
.
Power Transistors
Power BJTs, switching characteristics, switchi
ng limits, base

drive control Power MOSFETs, switching
characteristics, gate drive. IGBTs, di/dt and dv/dt limitations, Isolation of gate and base drives.
0
5
Hrs
.
Module

II
Thyristors
Introduction, characteristics, two transistor model, tur
n

on and turn
off, di/dt and dv/dt protection,
Thyristor types, series and parallel operation of thyristors, Firing circuits
0
6
Hrs
.
Commutation Techniques
:
Introduction, Natural commutation, Forced commutation, self commutation, Imp
ulse commutation,
resonant pulse commutation and complementary commutation.
0
5
Hrs
.
Module

III
Controlled rectifiers
Introduction, Principle of phase controlled converter operation, single phase semi

converters, full
converters and dual conv
erters, three phase half wave converters, three

phase full converter (constant
current operation mode only).
10
Hrs
.
Introduction to AC voltage controllers
0
2
Hrs
.
Module

IV
DC Choppers
Introduction, Principle of step

down and step

up chopper
s, step

down chopper with RL loads,
Performance parameters, Chopper classification,
0
9
Hrs
.
Module

V
200
7
BATCH
Inverters
Introduction, Principle of operation, performance parameters, single phase bridge inverters, Three phase
inverters, voltage control of sing
le phase inverters
10
Hrs
.
Text Book
s
1
M H Rashid
"Power Electronics", Second edition, Pre
ntice Hall of India Pvt.
Ltd.,
Pearson Singapore

Asia New Delhi, Feb. 2002
Reference Book
s
1
M D Singh and
Khanchandani K B
"Power Electronics", TMH Pu
blishing
Company Limited, reprint
2001.
2
Mohan N Undeland,
T.M.Robins, W.P
Power electronics converters, application & Design, John Wiley
1989
CONTROL SYSTEMS LAB
ORATORY
Lab Hours/ Week
:
2
Credits :
1.
0
Sub. Code
: EEL5
1
CIE Marks :
5
0
SEE Marks :
50
Note
: Minimum of 10 experiments to be conducted
1.
a)Step response of second order system and evaluation of time

domain specifications.
b) Determination of frequency response of second

order system.
2.
Design of passive RC lead co
mpensating network for the given specifications, viz., the maximum
phase lead, the frequency at which it occurs and to obtain its frequency response.
3.
Design of passive RC lag compensating network for the given specifications, viz, the maximum
phase
lag, the frequency at which it occurs and to obtain its frequency response.
4.
Frequency response characteristic of a given lag

lead compensating network.
5.
Closed system response for a system having P, PI, PD and PID controller.
6.
Characteristics of A.
C. Servomotor.
7.
Characteristics of D.C.Servomotor.
8.
Computation of gain margin and phase margin of a third

order system (of the type K/s(s+a)
(s+b)). Verification using MAT lab.
9.
Phase margin and gain margin for a given transfer function by drawi
ng Bode plots and
verification using MAT lab.
10.
Root locus plot for a given transfer function and verificat
ion of salient points using MATLAB
.
11.
Characteristics of Synchro Transmitter and Receiver pair.
12.
Nyquist Plot of given loop transfer function.
200
7
BATCH
P
OWER ELECTRONICS LABORATORY
Lab Hours/ Week
: 3
Credits :
1.5
Sub. Code
: EEL5
2
CIE Marks :
50
SEE Marks :
50
Note
: Minimum of 10 experiments to be conducted
1. Static characteristics of
SCR and TRIAC
2. Static characteristics of
MOSFET and IGB
T.
3. Controlled HWR using RC Triggering circuit.
4. SCR turn

on circuit using Synchronized UJT relaxation oscillator.
5. SCR turn

off circuits using (i) LC circuit (ii) auxiliary commutation.
6. Generation of Firing signals for thyristors /Triacs using d
igital circuit /Microprocessor.
7. AC voltage controller using Triac

Diac combination.
8. Single phase FWR with R and RL loads.
9. Voltage (Impulse) commutated chopper

both constant frequency and variable frequency operations.
10. Speed control of a sepa
rately excited DC motor using an IGBT/MOSFET chopper
11. Speed control of universal motor / single phase induction motor.
12. Speed control of stepper motor.
200
7
BATCH
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