Basic Electrical Engineering. Bakshi U. CircuitsOhm s law and Kirchhoff s current law, Kirchhoff s voltage law - applications for the analysis of only series and parallel resistive circuits exited by independent voltage sources; Power and Energy in such circuits. Illustrative examples. Concept of self and mutual inductance.
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Basic Electrical Engineering. Bakshi U. CircuitsOhm s law and Kirchhoff s current law, Kirchhoff s voltage law - applications for the analysis of only series and parallel resistive circuits exited by independent voltage sources; Power and Energy in such circuits. Illustrative examples. Concept of self and mutual inductance. Concept of coefficient of coupling.
Energy stored in magnetic field, Illustrative examples. Single-phase A. Given a sinusoidally varying voltage or current as a function of time, Obtaining its phasor representation and vice versa.
Definition of real power, Reactive power, Apparent power and power factor. Illustrative examples involving series and series parallel circuits. Three Phase CircuitsNecessity and advantages of three phase systems, Meaning of phase sequence, Balanced supply and load. Obtaining the relationship between line and phase values for balanced star and delta connections.
Power in balanced three-phase circuits. Measuring InstrumentsConstruction and Principle of operation of dynamometer type wattmeter and single-phase induction type energy meter problems excluded. Domestic WiringTwo-way position and three-way position control of a lamp. Necessity and types of earthing. Elementary discussion on fuses. Electric shock and precautions against it. MachinesWorking principle of DC machine as a generator and motor.
Constructional features. Back E. Types of D. Necessity of a starter for motor Illustrative examples on motor. TransformersPrinciple of operation and construction of single phase transformers core and shell types. Synchronous GeneratorsPrinciple of operation. Types and constructional features. Concept of winding factor excluding derivation. Illustrative examples on E. Three Phase Induction MotorsConcept of rotating magnetic field.
Principle of operation. Slip and its significance. Applications of squirrel - Cage and slip - Ring motors. Necessity of a starter.
Illustrative examples only on slip calculations. Magnetic Field 2 3. Chapter 6 Measuring instrument. Examples with Solutions. Bakshi , V. Basic Electrical Engineering V. Basic Electrical Engineering U. Chapter5 Ti 5 1
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Basic Electrical Engineering. Bakshi U. Electrical EngineeringEssence of electricity, Conductors, Semiconductors and insulators elementary treatment only ; Electric field, electric current, Potential and potential difference, Electromotive force, Electric power, Ohm's law, Basic circuit components, Electromagnetism related laws, Magnetic field due to electric current flow, Force on a current carrying conductor placed in a magnetic field, Faradays laws of electromagnetic induction. Network AnalysisBasic definitions, Types of elements, types of sources, Resistive networks, Inductive networks, Capacitive networks, Series parallel circuits, Star delta and delta star transformation, Network theorems-Superposition, Thevenins's, Maximum power transfer theorems and simple problems. Magnetic CircuitsBasic definitions, Analogy between electric and magnetic circuits, Magnetization characteristics of Ferro magnetic materials, Self inductance and mutual inductance, Energy in linear magnetic systems, Coils connected in series, Attracting force or electromagnets. Alternating QuantitiesPrinciple of ac voltages, Waveforms and basic definitions, Relationship between frequency, Speed and number of poles, Root mean square and average values of alternating currents and voltage, form factor and peak factor, Phasor representation of alternating quantities, The J operator and phasor algebra, analysis of ac circuits with single basic network element, single phase series circuits, Single phase parallel circuits, Single phase series parallel circuits, Power in ac circuits.