# Electric Circuit Analysis (BEE302)

## Electric Circuit Analysis

### MODULE-1

Basic Concepts: Active and passive elements, Concept of ideal and practical sources. star – delta transformation. Analysis of networks by (i) Network reduction method including, (ii) Mesh and Node voltage methods for ac and DC circuits with independent and dependent sources. Concept of Super-Mesh and Super node analysis, Duality. Teaching-Learning Process Chalk and Board, Problem based learning.

### MODULE-2

Network Theorems: Super Position theorem, Thevenin’s theorem, Norton’s theorem, and Maximum power transfer theorem. ( Problems with independent AC and DC sources only). Teaching-Learning Process Chalk and Board, Problem based learning.

### MODULE-3

Resonant Circuits: Analysis of simple series RLC and parallel RLC circuits under resonances. Problems on Resonant frequency, Bandwidth and Quality factor at resonance Transient Analysis: Behavior of circuit elements under switching action, Evaluation of initial conditions. Transient analysis o f RL and RC circuits under DC excitations. Teaching-Learning Process Chalk and Board, Problem based learning.

### MODULE-4

Laplace Transformation: Laplace transformation (LT), Initial and Final value theorems. Solution of electrical circuits using LT. Teaching-Learning Process Chalk and Board, Problem based learning. 14.08.2023 14.08.2023 19

### MODULE 5

Unbalanced Three Phase Systems: Analysis of three phase systems ( 3-wire and 4 wire systems ), calculation of real and reactive Powers. Two Port networks: Definition, Open circuit impedance, Short circuit admittance and Transmission parameters and their evaluation for simple circuits. Teaching-Learning Process Chalk and Board, Problem based learning.

#### Experiments

1 Study of the effect of Open and Short circuits in simple circuits.
2 Determination of resonant frequency, bandwidth, and Q of a series circuit.
3 Determination of resonant frequency, bandwidth, and Q of a parallel circuit.
4 Verification of Thevenin’s theorem.
5 Verification of Norton’s theorem.
6 Verification of Superposition theorem.
7 Verification of maximum Power transfer theorem.
8 Power factor correction.
9 Measurement of time constant of an RC circuit.
10 Measurement of power in three phase Circuits using two watt meter method

#### Suggested Learning Resources:

1. Engineering Circuit Analysis, William H Hayt et al, Mc Graw Hill,8th Edition,2014.
2. Network Analysis, M.E. Vanvalkenburg, Pearson, 3rd Edition,2014.
3. Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, Charles K Alexander Matthew N O Sadiku, Mc Graw Hill, 5th Edition, 2013.