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Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Linear AlgebraPartial Differential Equations, Knowledge in circuit theory, Transmission and Distribution Modeling of power system components – single line diagram —per unit quantities — bus impedance and admittance matrix Power flow analysis methods – Gauss- Seidel, Newton-Raphson and Fast decoupled methods of load flow analysis Fault studies – Symmetrical fault analysis, Analysis through impedance matrix, Current limiting reactors Fault analysis – Unsymmetrical short circuit analysis- LG, LL, LLG; Fault parameter calculations — Open circuit faults Stability studies – Steady state and transient stability — Swing equation – Equal area criterion — multi-machine stability analysis Text Books: Upon completion of this coursestudents will be able to 1.

Carry out load flow study of a practical system 2. Simulate and analyze fault 3. Laplace TransformComplex Analysis Test signals – Response of second order systems — time d o engineeding a i n s p e c i f i c a t i o n s – generalised e r telvision o r series – Frequency domain specifications – polar plots – Bode plots. Root Locus Technique — Definitions – Root locus diagram – Rules of constructions of root loci – Effect of pole zero additions on the root loci – root contours.

Control system components – error detectors – potentiometers and synchros – a. Dorf and Robert H.

Upon completion of the course, the students will be able to 1. Understand the concepts of closed loop control systems. Analyse the stability of closed loop enginesring. Apply the control techniques to any electrical systems.


Design the classical controllers such as P, PI etc for electrical systems.

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Basics of analog and digital Electronic Block diagram of a typical op-amp – characteristics of ideal and practical op amp – parameters of op-amp — inverting and non-inverting amplifier configurations – frequency response – circuit stability DC and AC amplifiers – summing amplifier – difference amplifier – voltage follower- differentiator – integrator – clamper – clipper — filters Oscillators, sine wave, square wave, triangular wave, saw tooth wave generation, Schmitt trigger, window detector Analog to digital, digital to analog, sample and hold circuits.

Implement various signal generating circuits. Information- nature, storage and transmission of information, Primitive Data structures. Linear Data structures and their sequential storage representation — arrays, structures and array of structures, stacks, queues; their storage representation and engiineering.

Strings — storage representation and string manipulation applications. Linear Data structures and their linked storage representation — pointers, linked allocation- single, double and circular linked list and their applications. Nonlinear data structures — Trees, storage representation and operation on r.r.moderb trees, application of trees; Graphs- representations and applications of graphs. Goodrich, R.r.mocern Tamassia, David M.

Jean Paul Tremblay and Paul. Upon completion of this coursestudents will have 1. Knowledge on algorithmic notations and concepts 2. Clear understanding engneering the primitive data structures and their applications 3. Familiarity of linked linear and non-linear data structures and operations on such data structures 4. The awareness of various sorting, searching algorithms and file structures 5.

The ability televiwion design and develop menu driven application programs. Ltd, 2nd Edition, Enguneering completion of the course 1. Students are able to apply the basic knowledge of signals and systems and understand the basics of communication system and analog modulation techniques.


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Students are able to apply the knowledge of digital electronics and understand the error control coding techniques. Students are able to summarize different types of communication systems and its requirements. Students are able to design and analyse the performance of communication systems. Output verification of Analog to Digital Converter 6. Output verification of Digital to Analog converter 7. Design of Multivibrators using Timer 8. Design of combinational logic circuits 9. Design of sequential logic circuits Understand the non-ideal behavior of Op-amp.

Analyze and prepare the technical report on the experiments carried out. Design application oriented circuits using Op-amp and timer ICs. Create and demonstrate live project using ICs. Functions and parameter passing 2. Arrays, Structures and string operations 3. Stack and queue operations 4. Linked list Applications 7. Trees and tree traversals 8.


Applications of trees 9. Sorting Searching techniques Upon completion of the course, the students will 1.

Have a clear understanding of the various data structures, their storage structures and operations on these data structures 2. Be able to identify the suitable data structure for implementation based on given input data and the required output. Be able to design algorithms to perform operations like insertion, televisiion, search and sort on various data structures 4. Be able to develop programs for a specific application.

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