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Unit - 1 Network Theorems

Module 1Network Theorems

1.1 Superposition theorem

1.2 Thevenin theorem

1.3 Norton’s Theorem

1.4 Maximum power transfer theorem

1.5 Reciprocity theorem

1.6 Compensation theorem

1.7 Analysis with dependent current and voltage sources

1.8 Node and Mesh Analysis

1.9 Concept of duality and dual networks.

2.5 Forced and Free response

Module 1

Network Theorems

1.1 Superposition theorem

1.2 Thevenin theorem

1.3 Norton’s Theorem

1.4 Maximum power transfer theorem

Module 1

Network Theorems

1.1 Superposition theorem

1.2 Thevenin theorem

Module 1

Network Theorems

1.1 Superposition theorem

1.2 Thevenin theorem

1.3 Norton’s Theorem

1.4 Maximum power transfer theorem

1.5 Reciprocity theorem

1.6 Compensation theorem

1.7 Analysis with dependent current and voltage sources

1.8 Node and Mesh Analysis

1.9 Concept of duality and dual networks.

Unit - 2 Solution to First and Second Order Networks

Unit 2Solution to First and Second Order Networks

2.1 Solution to first order and second order differential equation for series RL circuit

2.2 Series RC circuit

2.3 Series RLC circuit

2.4 Initial and Final conditions condition in network elements

2.5 Forced and Free response

2.6 Time constants

2.7 Steady state and transient state responseIf the output of control system for an input varies with respect to time then it is called the time response of the control system. The time response consists of two parts.

Unit 2

Solution to First and Second Order Networks

2.1 Solution to first order and second order differential equation for series RL circuit

2.2 Series RC circuit

2.3 Series RLC circuit

2.4 Initial and Final conditions condition in network elements

Unit 2

Solution to First and Second Order Networks

2.1 Solution to first order and second order differential equation for series RL circuit

2.2 Series RC circuit

2.3 Series RLC circuit

2.4 Initial and Final conditions condition in network elements

2.5 Forced and Free response

2.6 Time constants

2.7 Steady state and transient state responseIf the output of control system for an input varies with respect to time then it is called the time response of the control system. The time response consists of two parts.

Unit 2

Solution to First and Second Order Networks

2.1 Solution to first order and second order differential equation for series RL circuit

2.2 Series RC circuit

2.3 Series RLC circuit

2.4 Initial and Final conditions condition in network elements

2.5 Forced and Free response

2.6 Time constants

2.7 Steady state and transient state responseIf the output of control system for an input varies with respect to time then it is called the time response of the control system. The time response consists of two parts.

Unit - 3 Sinusoidal steady state analysis

Module 3Sinusoidal steady state analysis

3.1 Representation of sine function as rotating phasor

3.2 AC circuit analysis

3.3 Threephase circuits

3.4 Mutual coupled circuits

3.5 Dot convention in coupled circuits

3.6 Ideal Transformer

4.8 Frequency response Magnitude and Phase plots

Module 3

Sinusoidal steady state analysis

3.1 Representation of sine function as rotating phasor

3.2 AC circuit analysis

3.3 Threephase circuits

3.4 Mutual coupled circuits

3.5 Dot convention in coupled circuits

3.6 Ideal Transformer

4.4 Inverse Laplace transform

Module 3

Sinusoidal steady state analysis

3.1 Representation of sine function as rotating phasor

3.2 AC circuit analysis

3.3 Threephase circuits

3.4 Mutual coupled circuits

3.5 Dot convention in coupled circuits

3.6 Ideal Transformer

Unit - 4 Electrical Circuit Analysis using Laplace transform

Unit 4Electrical Circuit Analysis using Laplace transform

4.1 Review of Laplace transform

4.2 Analysis of electrical circuits using Laplace Transform for standard inputs.

4.3 Convolution Integral

4.4 Inverse Laplace transform

4.5 Transformed network with initial conditions

4.6 Transfer function Representation

4.7 Poles and Zeros

4.8 Frequency response Magnitude and Phase plots

4.9 Series and Parallel Resonance

Unit 4

Electrical Circuit Analysis using Laplace transform

4.1 Review of Laplace transform

4.2 Analysis of electrical circuits using Laplace Transform for standard inputs.

4.3 Convolution Integral

4.4 Inverse Laplace transform

4.5 Transformed network with initial conditions

4.6 Transfer function Representation

4.7 Poles and Zeros

Unit 4

Electrical Circuit Analysis using Laplace transform

4.1 Review of Laplace transform

4.2 Analysis of electrical circuits using Laplace Transform for standard inputs.

4.3 Convolution Integral

Unit 4

Electrical Circuit Analysis using Laplace transform

4.1 Review of Laplace transform

4.2 Analysis of electrical circuits using Laplace Transform for standard inputs.

4.3 Convolution Integral

4.4 Inverse Laplace transform

4.5 Transformed network with initial conditions

4.6 Transfer function Representation

4.7 Poles and Zeros

4.8 Frequency response Magnitude and Phase plots

4.9 Series and Parallel Resonance

Unit - 5 Two Port Network and Network Functions

Unit 5Two Port Network and Network Functions

5.1 Two Port Networks

5.2 Two port terminals

5.3 Relationship of two port variables

5.4 Impedance Parameters

5.5 Admittance parameters

5.6 Transmittance parameters

5.7 Hybrid parameters

Unit 5

Two Port Network and Network Functions

5.1 Two Port Networks

5.2 Two port terminals

5.3 Relationship of two port variables

5.4 Impedance Parameters

5.5 Admittance parameters

5.6 Transmittance parameters

5.7 Hybrid parameters

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