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ELECTRIC CIRCUIT THEORY
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Introduction:
Review of circuit analysis using Kirchoff’s laws, nodal and mesh
analysis, solution by classical method and Laplace transform, concept of independent
and dependent sources,
analy
sis
of special signal waveforms,
duality of networks,
2.
Network theorems:
Superposition and Reciprocity theorem, Thevenin’s and
Norton’s theorem, Millman’s theorem, maximum power transfer theorem,
compensation, Tellegan’s theorem, analysis of circuits using
theorems.
3.
Transient Analysis of Networks
:
Network elements, Transient response of R

L, R

C, R

L

C for DC and sinusoidal
excitation, Initial condition, Solution using
differential equation approach and Laplace
transform method.
4.
Coupled Circuit
:
Self induct
ance, Coefficient of coupling, dot convention analysis of
coupled circuits, analysis of single tuned & double tuned circuits.
5.
Two

Port Network:
Introduction, different parameters and relationship between
different parameters, inter

connections of two port
networks, open circuit and short

circuit impedances and ABCD constants, image impedance, image parameters.
BOOKS:
1.
Network and Systems by D. Roy Chowdhury
, “
Wiley Eastern
”.
2.
Engineering Circuit Analysis by W. H. Hayt and J.E. Kemmerly, “
McGraw
Hill
”
.
3.
A Cours
e in Electrical Circuit Analysis by Soni and Gupta, “
Dhanpat Rai & Sons
”.
4.
Modern Network Synthesis
by M
. E. Van Vallkenburg
, “
Wiley Eastern
”.
5.
Electronic devices and Circuit theory by R.L. Boylestad and L. Nashelesky,
“PHI”
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ELECTRICAL & ELECTR
ONIC MEASUREMENTS
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1.
Errors & Accuracy:
Static error, Static calibration, Error calibration curve, Limiting
errors,
Relative limiting errors, Types of errors

Gross Errors, Systematic Errors, Random
(Residual) Errors, Acc
uracy and precision, Static sensitivity, Linearity, Hysteresis,
Threshold,
Dead Time, Resolution of instrument,
loading
effects, Introduction to
measurement standards.
2.
Electrical & Magnetic Measurements:
Introduction, D’Arsonval galvanometer,
moving ir
on
& moving coil instruments, Electrodynamometer, Electrostatic Instruments,
Induction type
energy

meter, wattmeter. Determination of B

H curve and Hysteresis
loop.
3.
Resistance Measurements:
Methods of measurement of low, medium and high
resistance,
mea
surement of earth resistance, localization of cable faults by Murray and
Varley loop test.
4.
Inductance and capacitance Measurements:
Measurement of inductance and
capacitance by
A.C. Bridge methods, Q

factor and dissipation factor. Sources of errors in
bridge circuits,
Shielding of bridge elements, Wagner Earthing Device.
5.
Measurement of Power Factor and Frequency:
Single phase, three phase
Electrodynamometer
type power factor meter. Moving iron Power factor meters, Types
of frequency
meter, mechanica
l resonance type, Electrical resonance type, Ratio meter
type and Weston
frequency meter.
6.
Potentiometers:
Basic D.C. potentiometer circuit, Modern form of D.C.
potentiometer,
measurement of voltage, current, Resistance and calibration of voltmeter
& am
meter using
D.C. potentiometer, volt ratio box, A.C. potentiometers and their
applications.
7.
Instrument Transformers:
Introduction, Use of Instrument transformers, Ratios,
Basic
constructional features of C.T.and P.T., ratio & phase angle errors, Reduct
ion of
Errors.
BOOKS:
1. A course of Electrical and Electronics Measurements and Instrumentation by A.K. Sawhney.
2. Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques by W.D. Cooper & A.D. Helfrick.
3. Electrical Measurement & Measuring Instruments by
E.W. Golding.
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DIGITAL ELECTRONICS & LOGIC DESIGN
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Number system & Codes:
Binary, Octal, Hexadecimal number systems and their
interconversion,
Binary Arithmetic (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Divis
ion),
Diminished
radix and radix compliments, BCD codes, 8421 code, Excess

3 code, Gray
code, error detection and
correction, Hamming code.
2.
Logic Gates, Boolean Algebra & Logic Families:
Axiomatic definition of Boolean
Algebra,
Basic Theorems and prope
rties of Boolean Algebra, Boolean Functions,
Canonical and Standard
forms, Digital Logic Gates. Various Logic Families like TTL and
ECL etc., working and their
characteristics, MOS and CMOS devices.
3.
Combinational Logic Design:
The map method, Two, Thre
e, Four and Five variable
maps, Sum
of products and Product of Sums Simplification, NAND and NOR
implementation, incompletely
specified functions, Ex

OR functions, The tabulation
method, Determination of Prime implicants,
Selection of Essential Prime impli
cants, The
cube notation, Sharp operation, Iterative Consensus,
Generalized Consensus,
Minimization of Multiple output switching functions, Determining Prime
implicants
using Generalized Consensus, Finding a Minimum cover, Breaking cyclic and similar
struc
tures.
4.
MSI and PLD Components:
Binary adder and subtractor, Multiplexers, Decoders /
Demultiplexers, Read Only Memory, Programmable Logic Arrays, Programmable Array
Logic.Implementation of Combinatorial Logic using these devices.
5.
Synchronous Sequen
tial Logic:
Introduction, Flip

flops, Triggering of Flip

flops,
Analysis ofclocked sequential circuits, state reduction and assignment, Flip

flop
Excitation tables, Design
procedures, Design of counters and registers, Hazards and
Glitches, Race conditions,
incompletely specified
cases.
BOOKS:
1. M. Morris Mano, Digital Design, Prentice Hall of India.
2. Thomas Downs and Mark F Schulz, Logic Design with Pascal, Van Nostrand Reinhold
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Numerical Analysis
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1. ALGEBRAIC AND TRANSCENDENTAL EQUATIONS
Bisection method, iterative method, Regula

falsi method, Newton

Raphson method, Secant
method, Generalized Newton’s method for multiple roots, solution of non

linear simultaneous
equations.
2. SYSTEM OF S
IMULTANEOUS ALGEBRAIC EQUATIONS
Direct methods: Gauss and Gauss Jordan elimination method, Triangularization(Crout) method,
Partitioning method. Iterative methods: Jacobi’s method, Gauss

Seidal method, Relaxation
method. Eigen values and eigen vectors

Po
wer method and Jacobi’s method.
3. INTERPOLATION AND FUNCTION APPROXIMATIONS
Least square curve fit
,
Finite differences and difference operators, Newtons interpolation
formulae, Gauss
interpolation
formulae Stirling, Bessel’s and Evertte’s formulae, Inter
polation
with unevenly spaced data points

Lagrange’s interpolation.
4. NUMERICAL DIFFERENTIATION AND INTEGRATION
Numerical differentiation, errors in numerical differentiation, Maximum and minimum values of
a tabulated function, Numerical integration

Trap
ezoidal, Simpson’s 1/3 and 3/8 rules, Boole’s
and Weddle’s rules, Romberg integration

recuusive formulae, Evaluation of double integrals by
Trapezoidal and Simpson’s rules.
5. ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
Taylor’s series method, Picard’s method, Euler’
s method, Modified Euler’s method, Runge

Kutta methods of 2nd and 4th order, Solution of simultaneous and higher order equations.
6. LINEAR AND DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING PROBLEMS
Formulation of LPP, Solution of LPP by graphical and Simplex method, Dynamic prog
ramming
problems, Different models of DPP based on return function and constraints and their solution,
Dynamic Programming approach for solving linear programming problems.
TEXT BOOKS
1. Numerical Methods for Engineers and Scientists: by J.N. Sharma.
Nar
osa Publishing House, New Delhi/Alpha Science Int. Ltd, UK.
2. Numerical Analysis: by F. B. Hildbrand, McGraw Hill.
3. OPERATIONS RESEARCH, by S. D. Sharma, Kedar Nath Ram Nath Meerut.
REFERENCE BOOKS
1. Numerical Method for Engineers and Scientists: by
M. K. Jain, S. R. K. Lyngar and R. K.
Jain, Wiley Estern.
2. Introductory Methods of Numerical Analysis: by S.S. Sastry, PHI.
3. OPERATIONS RESEARCH (Theory and Applications), by J. K. Sharma, MACMILLAN.
4. OPERATIONS RESEARCH, by Kanti Swarup, P. K. Gup
ta, Man Moham, Sultan Chand and
Sons, New Selhi
5. OPERATIONS RESEARCH?(An Introduction), H. A. Taha, PHI
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