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Shivaji University, Kolhapur Electrical & Electronics Engineering Syllabi S.E. Part I & II
(Semester III to IV) SYLLABI
( Structure Semester III to
VIII)
Introduced From July 2011 Onwards
ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS
ENGINEEERING
SEMESTER – III
1. ENGINEERING MATHEMATICSIII
Teaching scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures: 3 hours/week Theory: 100 marks
Tutorial: 1 hour/week Term Work: 25 marks
Objectives:
Mathematics is a tool for engineers.
Application of mathematics to study various concepts
of Electrical &
Electronics Engineering.
Use of different transforms, operators to learn
engineering applications.
SECTION –I
1: Linear Differential Equations: Linear Differential Equations with constant
Coefficients, Homogenous Linear differential
equations, method of variation of
Parameters. [6]
2: Application of Linear
Differential Equations:
Application of Linear
Differential Equations with constant coefficients to
Electrical & Electronics circuits [5]
3: Partial Differential
Equations: Four standard
forms of partial differential
Equations of first order. [4]
4: Fourier Series: Definition,
Euler‟s formulae, conditions for a Fourier expansion,
Fuctions having points of discontinuity, change of
interval, expansions of odd & even
Periodic functions, Hall range series. [5]
SECTION –II
5: Laplace Transform: Definition, properties of Laplace transforms,
transforms of
derivatives, transforms of integral, Inverse Laplace
transforms (convolution theorem & Partial fractions.) [5]
6: Laplace Transform of Special
Function: Laplace transform
of impulse
Function, Unit step function, periodic function,
Applications of Laplace transforms to
Linear differential equations (Electric circuit
problems) [4]
7: Z Transform: Z transform of elementary functions, properties of Z
transform and inverse Z transform. [5]
8 Vector Differentiation: Differentiation of vectors, Gradient of scalar point
function,
Directional derivative, Divergence of vector point
function, Curl of a vector point function,
Irrotational & solenoidal vector field. [6]
TOTAL NUMBER OF HOURS: 40
TERM WORK: (Minimum 8 tutorials)
Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on above
syllabus covering all units.
Text Books:
1. A Text Book on Applied Mathematics Vol I and II by
P. N. Wartikar & J. N. Wartikar.
2. Higher Engineering Mathematics by B. S. Grewal
Reference Books:
1. Engineering Mathematics by N. P. Bali
2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics by H. K. Dass
3. Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Earwain
kreyszig.
ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS
ENGINEEERING
SEMESTER – III
2. DIGITAL ELECTRONICS AND
LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lecture04 Hr/week Theory100 marks,
Practical02 Hr/week TW25 marks
POE25
marks
Objectives:
To study different logic families.
To study of different digital circuits.
To study Operational amplifier and different Linear
integrated circuits.
SECTION I
1: Binary Arithmetic &
Codes: (04)
Binary arithmetic operations: addition,
Subtraction, multiplication, Division of binary numbers,
Subtraction
using 2‟s complement method.
Binary codes: weighted and non weighted
codes, self complementary codes, BCD, Excesses3, Gray
Codes, error detecting and correcting
codes, hamming codes, alphanumeric codes, ASCII Codes.
2 : Boolean algebra: (04)
Boolean Laws and Expression using Logic
Gates, Realization of different gates using Universal gates DeMorgan‟s
Theorem, Duality Theorems.
Standard forms: SOP, POS, Simplification
of Switching function & representation (Maxterm &Minterm), Boolean
expression & representation using logic gates,
Karnaugh map: Kmap Format up to 4
variables, mapping and minimization of SOP and POS expression.
3 : Logic Families: (04)
Digital IC specification terminology,
Logic families: TTL, CMOS, Interfacing of TTLCMOS & CMOSTTL.
4. Combinational and sequential
digital circuits (08)
Adder, code converter BCD to Gray converter,
magnitude comparator, decoder, demultiplexer. Flipflops, triggering of
flipflops, shift registers, ripple (asynchronous) counter, Synchronous
counter, timing sequences. Counter designusing flipflop with state diagram approach,
special counter ICs
SECTION II
5 Introduction to opamp: (08)
Introduction to opamp: definition, symbol, block
diagram, ideal characteristics of Opamp, AC&
analysis of dual input balanced output type
differential amplifier. Comparative study of other
configurations of differential amplifiers, Analysis of
typical opamp, opamp parameters, equivalent circuit of opamp, study of IC
741, CA3140,LM324.
6 Applications of Opamp (10)
Summing, Scaling & Averaging
Amplifiers, Differential amplifier, Subtractor Circuit, Instrumentation
amplifier, V to I & I to V
Converter, Precision Rectifiers, Log & Antilog Amplifiers, Integrators and
differentiator, Comparator, Schmitt
Trigger, Window Detector, Clippers & Clampers, Peak Detectors,
Sample & Hold Circuits, Analysis
& Design of Square wave generator, Triangular wave generator,
sawtooth wave generator. Analysis &
Design of RC phase shift oscillator, RC wein bridge oscillator.
7. Specialized IC Applications
(4)
Analog Multiplier, Phase Angle Detection, IC 555
Timer, Astable & Monostable, XR
2240 Programmable Timer Counter.
TOTAL NUMBER OF HOURS: 42
TERM WORK:
List of Experiments (Minimum 10)
1. Study of circuits and families:
AND, OR, NAND, NOR, XOR, Operations using TTL and CMOS
ICs.
2. Study of flipflop: SR, D Type Truth tables and
K maps.
3. Study of flipflop: JK, Master slave JK Truth
tables and K maps
4. Study of adderhalf, full.
5. Study of BCD Adder, subtractor.
6. Study of MUX, DEMUX
7. Study of counters up down, decade, synchronous,
binary, BCD counter
8. Study of opamp as an inverting & noninverting
amplifier.
9. Study of opamp as Square generator.
11. Study of opamp as zero crossing detector &
peak detector.
12. Study of opamp as wein bridge oscillator.
13. Study of opamp as precision rectifier.
14 Study of opamp as instrumentation amplifier.
15. Study of IC 555 in different modes astable,
monostable.
Text Book:
1. Digital Electronics by Malvino Leach
2. OpAmp& Linear IC R. Gaikwad (PHI )
Reference books:
1 Digital Electonic by R. P. Jain
2 Digital Design, Morris Mano
3 OpAmp& Linear Integrated Circuits Coughlin
& Driscoll (PHI )
ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS
ENGINEEERING
SEMESTER – III
3. ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT ANALYSIS
Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lecture04 Hr/week Theory100marks,
Practical02 Hr/week TW25 marks
Tutorial01Hr/Week
POE50 marks
Objectives:
To study basic concepts of circuit analysis which is
the foundation for all subjects of the Electrical &Electronics Engineering
discipline.
To analyse circuits which include Single phase and
three phase circuits, magnetic
circuits, theorems, transient analysis and network
topology etc.
1. Introduction to Electrical
Circuits (10Hrs.)
Review of circuit Concept, Network topology, Definitions – Graph
– Tree, Basiccutset
and Basic Tieset matrices for planar networks – Loop
and Nodal methods of analysis of N etworks with independent voltage and current
sources  Duality & Dual networks. RLC parameters, Voltage and Current
sources , Independent and dependent Sources, Source transformation, series
parallel, startodelta or deltatostar transformation..
2. Network theorems (06 Hrs.)
Superposition theorem,
Millman‟s theorem, Norton‟s theorem, Thevenin‟s
theorem, Maximum power transfer theorem.
3. A.C Circuit Fundamentals (08Hrs.)
R.M.S and Average values and form factor for different
periodic wave forms, Steady state analysis of R, L and C (in series, parallel
and series parallel combinations) with sinusoidal excitation – Concept of
Reactance, Impedance, Susceptance and Admittance – Phase and Phase difference –
concept of power factor, Real and Reactive powers – Complex and Polar forms of representation,
Complex power – Locus diagrams – series RL, RC, RLC and parallel combination
with variation of various parameters.
SECTION II
4. Resonance (06 Hrs.)
Resonance – series, parallel circuits, concept of band
width and Q factor, Three phase circuits:
Phase sequence – Star and delta connection – Relation
between line and phase voltages and currents in balanced systems.
5 . Transient Analysis (08 Hrs.)
Transient response of RL, RC, RLC circuits (Series
combinations only) for d.c. and s inusoidal excitations – Initial conditions 
Solution using differential equation approach and Laplace transform methods of
solutions.
6. Network Parameters (06 Hrs.)
Two port network parameters – Z, Y, ABCD and hybrid
parameters and their relations, concept
of transformed network , 2port network parameters
using transformed variables. Interconnection
of two port Nerworks.
List of Experiments: Any eight experiments to be
performed from following list
1. Study of Ladder Network
2. Verification of Star Delta transformation
3. Verification of Superposition and Maximum power
transfer Theorem
4 . Verification of Norton‟s
and Thevenin‟s Theorem
5. Study of step response of RC , RL and RLC
Series circuit and verification using
Pspice
6. Observation of series and parallel resonance
7. Calculations of Z, Y, ABCD and Hybrid parameters of
two port network
8.,9,10. Three programs of Network solution based on
Pspice/ MATLAB software.
TEXT
BOOKS:
1. Engineering circuit analysis – by William Hayt and
Jack E. Kimmerly, Mc Graw Hill
Company, 6^{th} edition.
2. C. K. Alexander, M.N.O.Sadiku: Electrical Circuits,
Second Edition Tata McGrawhill
REFERENCE
BOOKS:
1. Network Analysis by Vanvalkenburg, PHI.
2. Network Theory:  N.C. Jagan & C.Lakshminarayana,
B.S Publications.
3. Electrical Circuits: S.Sudhakar,
P.S.M.Satyanarayana, TMH Publication.
4. Electric Circuits by A. Chakrabarthy, Dhanipat Rai
& Co
5. Mittal G.K.: Network Analysis, Fourth Edition,
Khanna Publication
ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS
ENGINEEERING
SEMESTER – III
4. ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT ANALYSIS
AND DESIGN
Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures: 4 hrs./week Theory100 marks
Tutorial: 1hrs/week T.W.: 25 marks
Practical: 2hrs/week POE: 50 marks
SECTION I
1 BJT and FET Hrs
Transistor biasing and stabilization,
Stability factor, Hybrid model of transistor,
AC equivalent circuit of transistor
amplifier using h parameter 6
FET, MOSFET, Types, VI characteristics,
Small signal equivalent model of
FET, common source FET amplifier
2 Voltage Amplifiers 10
Single stage RC coupled amplifier, RC
coupled amplifier, Types of coupling,
low frequency and high frequency
response of transistor amplifier,
Multistage amplifiers
General theory of negative feedback,
types, effect of negative feedback
Two stage RC coupled amplifier with
feedback (using BJT)
Transformer coupled amplifier
3 Power Amplifiers 8
Parameters associated with power
amplifiers, Class A, Class B, Class
C amplifier, Crossover distortion, Class
AB push pull amplifier
Design of complementarySymmetry
amplifier
Heat sink design for power amplifier
SECTION II
4 Oscillators
Effect of positive feedback, Barkausen
Criterion, types of oscillator
RC Oscillators: Phase shift oscillator,
Wien bridge oscillator with amplitude 8
stability circuit,LC Oscillators:
Colpitts and Hartley oscillator, Crystal
Oscillator.
5 Multivibrators
Basics of Multivibrator, types of
Multvibrator: Astable Monostable, Bistable 8
and Schmitt trigger circuit. Design of
Astable, Monostable, Bistable
Multvibrator and Schmitt trigger using
transitors.
6 Regulated Power Supply 8
Voltage regulator types: series (
Transitorised and IC 723 based) and shunt
Design of transistorized series pass
voltage regulator with constant current
source and fold back current limit.
Three terminal voltage regulators: 78XX,
79XX, LM317 with current boosting
and overload protection.
List of Experiments: (Minimum 10 Experiments)
1. Design of single stage common emitter
RC coupled amplifier.
2. Design of two stage RC coupled
amplifier with negative feedback.
3. Design of class AB (pushpull) power
amplifier.
4. Design of phase shift oscillator.
5. Design of Wien bridge oscillator.
6. Design and simulation of Colpitts
oscillator.
7. Design and simulation of Harley
oscillator.
8. Design of astable multivibrator,
monostable multivibrator and Schmitt trigger using Transitor.
9. Design of transistorized series pass
voltage regulator.
10. Design of constant current source
using three terminal regulator ICs like 7805, 7812 etc.
11. Design of variable voltage regulator using LM317
with current boosting and overload protection.
12. Design of any one application using
FET.
Text Books:
1. “Electronics Principles”, A. P. Malvino.
2. “Practical Transistor Circuit Design”, Gerald E. Williams, TMH.
3. “Electronic Devices and Circuits”, Allen Mottershed, PHI.
Reference Books:
1. “Electronic Circuit Design and Analysis”, D. A.
Neaman, TMH.
2. “Electronic Devices and Circuits”, R. Boylestad
& L. Nashelsky, PHI.
3. “Electronic Devices and Circuits”, Millman and
Halkias, TMH.
ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS
ENGINEEERING
SEMESTER – III
5. POWER SYSTEMSI
Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures: 3 hrs./week Theory100 marks
T.W.: 25 marks
Objectives:
To study the working of different power
plants. To
select suitable sites for different
power stations.
To define the terms used in economics of
power generation and explain their relation.
To select alternative energy sources for
given conditions.
SECTIONI
1. Introduction
Conventional and non conventional sources of energy,
Structure of power industry
(03)
2. Hydro power plant
Rainfall, run off and its measurement, hydrograph,
flow Duration curve mass curve reservoir storage capacity, Classification of
plantsrun off river plant, storage river plant, Pumped storage plant (04)
3. Thermal power plant
F uels and their handling, typical layout of power
plant , components, Working efficiency of thermal power plant, selection
criteria (05)
4. Nuclear power plant
Introduction of nuclear engineering –radioactive
decay, half Life fission, fusion, nuclear material, thermal fission reactor And
power plant – PWR BWR, liquid metal fast breeder reactors, reactor control (05)
SECTIONII
5. Diesel Power Stations
Applications of diesel power stations
Diesel electric plant Main components ( Block Diagram) Different types of engines
& their working. Operation, maintenance & trouble shooting chart of
diesel plant. (04)
6 NonConventional Energy
Sources
Types of nonconventional energy
sources.
Solar Energy Potential of solar
energy,Photovoltaic effect – for solar energy., Construction & materials u
sed in solar photovoltaic cells. Working & applications of solar energy.
Wind Energy.Selection of site for wind
mills, Principle of electricity generation with the help of wind energy Block
diagram and working of Wind energy plant and its applications, List of major
wind plants i n the state with their approximate capacities. Biomass &
Biogas energy.Composition of Biogas & its calorific value. Traditional;
nontraditional Biogas plants, Biomass based power generation plants &
their capacities. Geothermal Energy and its Applications. Ocean energy.Ocean
thermal Electric conversion. Energy from tides,Site requirements Advantages and
L imitations of Tidal power generation.
Fuel Cells: Construction, working and
applications (08)
7 Economic Aspects of Power
Generation (04)
Load curve, load duration and integrated load duration
curvesload, demand, diversity, capacity, utilization and plant use factors
Numerical Problems.
8 .Tariff Methods (04)
Costs of Generation and their division into Fixed,
Semifixed and Running Costs. Desirable Characteristics of a Tariff
Method.Tariff Methods: Flat Rate, BlockRate, twopart, three –part, and power
factor tariff methods and Numerical Problems
TOTAL NUMBER OF HOURS: 36
T ERM WORK:
Term work consists of minimum eight assignments. A
power plant visit Should be arranged and report of the same must be submitted
as a part of term work .
Textbook:
1. M.V. Deshpande , Elements of power station design , Tata Mc Graw Hill
References:
1. Electrical Power Systems by C.L.Wadhawa New age
International (P) Limited,
Publishers 1997.
2. D.H.Bacon, Engineering Thermodynamics, London butterworth
3. P. K. Nag, Power plant Engineering  stream & nuclear, Tata Mc Graw Hill
4. Fredrick T. Morse. Power plant Engineering , east west press private Ltd
5. Mahesh Varma : Power plant Engineering , Metrolitan book Co Pvt Ltd
6. George W. Sutten (Editor) : Direct Energy Conversion , Latur university, Electronics series Vol3, Mc Graw
hill
7. Electrical Power Generation, Transmission and
Distribution by S.N.Singh., PHI, 2003
8. Electrical India Magazine
ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS
ENGINEEERING
SEMESTER – III
6. INTRODUCTION TO CIRCUIT
SIMULATION
Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lecture 1 Hr/week Term work: 25marks
Practical 2Hrs/week OE : 25 marks


Objectives:
To study different important programming software
tools
Design of circuits using software
To design and simulate linear circuits using Matlab.
SECTION – I
1. Introduction to MATLAB (01)
MATLAB environment, different windows in matlab,
getting help, important commands, matlab as scratchpad, different types of files
in matlab, complex variables and operations, plot commands
2. Matrices & vectors (02)
Matrix manipulation, matrix and array operations,
arithmetic operators, relational operators, logical operators, solution of
matrix equation Ax= B, Gauss elimination, inverse of matrix igen values and
Eigen vectors, Determinant, least square solutions.
3. Branching statements, loops
and programming design (02)
If statements, for loops, while, switch, Break and
continue, nesting loops, if else with logical arrays, function programming.
4. Symbolic manipulation (01)
Calculus – limit, continuity, differential calculus,
differential equation, integration,
integral transforms & Taylor series.
SECTION – II
5. Signals manipulations (02)
Plotting standard signals, continuous and discrete
such as step, ramp, sine, Generating signals from combination of different,
signals and manipulation of signals.
6. Introduction to PSpice (01)
Introduction to PSpice, different windows in PSpice,
tools, libraries, component
properties, circuit designing in PSpice.
7. Device characteristics (01)
Plotting characteristics of semiconductor devices –
diode, bipolar junction transistor, field effect transistor, UJT and SCR
8. Circuit Simulation &
Introduction to PCB designing (02)
Simulation of following circuits: half wave & full
wave rectifier, Zener shunt regulator,
transistorized RC coupled amplifier, clipper and
clamper
Introduction to PCB design
TOTAL NUMBER OF HOURS: 12
TERM WORK: Minimum five experiments each from MATLAB & PSpice
are
conducted based on the following list.
LIST OF EXPERIMENTS
MATLAB
1. Introduction to MATLAB Environment
2. To study simple matrix and array manipulations
using Matlab
3. Programming using MATLAB
4. Calculus using MATLAB
5. To plot signals: discrete and continuous using
MATLAB
6. Function programming and MATLAB
7. Signal Manipulation using MATLAB
PSpice
1. Design and simulation of resistive circuit
2. Plotting of VI characteristics of diode
3. Plotting of VI characteristics of BJT/FET
4. Plotting of VI characteristics of UJT/SCR
5. Design and simulation of half wave & full wave
rectifier
6. Design and simulation of clipper and clamper
circuits
7. Simulation of frequency response of a transistorized
RC coupled amplifier
References:
1. Matlab programming for Engineers by Stephen Chapman
Pub Thomson Learning 2^{nd} edition, 2002
2. Getting started with MATLAB by Rudra Pratap Pub
Oxford University press
3. Contemporary linear systems using MATLAB by Robert
Strum and Donald Kirk
Pub Thomson Learning.
4. Mastering MATLAB by Duane Hanselman & Bruce
Little field Pub Pearson Education 2005\
5. A guide to MATLAB by Brain R. Hunt, Ronald L.
Lipsman & Jonathan M. Rosenberg Pub
Cambridge University Press 2002
6. Linear Algebra and differential Equations using
MATLAB by Martin Golubitsky,
Michael Dellnitz Pub, International Thomson 1999
7. SPICE for Circuits and Electronics using PSpice by
Muhammad Rashid pub PHI 2^{nd} Edition 2003.
8. Electronic Devices & Circuit theory by Robert
Boylestad & Nashelsky, PHI publications ninth Edition
ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS
ENGINEEERING
SEMESTER – IV
1. ELECTRIC MACHINE1
Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures.: 4 hr/week Theory: 100 Mark
Practical: 2 hr/week Term Work: 25 Mark
POE:
50 Mark
Objectives:
Study the D.C. machines and transformer and its
application.
To familiar with latest and current trends in all
types of industries.
To study the different FHP motors.
SECTION –I
1. DC.MACHINES: Construction of D.C. machines, magnetic circuit of d.c
machines,
commutator and brush arrangement, EMF equation, torque
equation, power flow diagram of dc machines. (4)
2. ARMATURE WINDING: Simple lap winding and wave winding, winding diagram
and tables, brush position, dummy coils (2)
3. ARMATURE REACTION: MMF due to armature winding, flux distribution due
to armature current and resultant flux distribution in a machine.
Demagnetization and cross magnetization ampere turns, principle of
compensation, compensating winding and its use in machines. (4)
4. D.C. MOTORS: Concept of back emf, characteristics of D.C. motors,
Method of
speed controls, electro breaking, parallel and series
operation of motor. (5)
5. TESTING OF D.C. MACHINES: Losses and efficiency, Break test, Swinburne‟s test, Hopkinson‟s test, retardation test, Field test on d.c series motor (5)
SECTION –II
6 . Fractional Horse Power (FHP)
motors:
Universal motor – Development of torque ,power ,rotational and
transformer emf in commutator winding, commutation in universal motor,
complexer diagram, circle diagram, operation on A.C. and D.C. supply,
compensated winding, application.
Stepper motor – types, principle of working and
applications. Servo motor – types, principle of working and applications. (6)
7. SINGLE PHASE TRANSFORMER: Construction and type, EMF equation phaser diagram, equivalent
circuit, efficiency, losses, regulation, Experimental determination of
equivalent circuit parameters and calculation of efficiency and regulation,
parallel operation. (6)
8. POLY PHASE TRANSFORMER: a) Construction, single phase bank, polarity test,
transformer winding, Grouping YD1, YD11, DY11, DZ1,
DZ11, YZ1, YZ11 (5)
9. PERFORMANCE OF TRANSFORMERS: Switching inrush current, Harmonics in exciting
current causes and effects, Harmonics with different
transformers, connection, tertiary winding,
oscillating neutral, Testing of transformers, heat run
test, sumpners test, Equivalent delta test.. (5)
TOTAL NUMBER OF HOURS: 42
TERM WORK:
a)Minimum Eight experiment based on above syllabus.
b) Ten MATLAB exercises on software based analysis.
LIST OF EXPERIMENTS: (Minimum 08)
1. Speed control of dc shunt motor (i) Armature
control method (ii) Field control
method
2. Determination of efficiency of DC motor by swimbuns
test
3. Determination of efficiency of DC motor by
Hopinkinson.s test
4. Break test on shunt motor
5. Field test on series motor
6 Load test on compound motor I) cumulative ii)
differential
7. To perform open circuit and short circuit test for
determining equivalent
circuit Parameter of a single phase transformer
8 Parallel operation of single phase transformer.
9. Scott connection
10. Equivalent Delta test or Heat run Test for three
phase transformer.
11. DY1 and DY11 parallel and connection
12. load test on transformer (single and three phase)
13. Polarity test on transformer (single and three
phase)
References:
1. Electrical Machines by SK Bhattacharya, Tata Mc
Graw Hill, New Delhi
2. Electric Machinery and Transformers (3^{rd} Edition) by Guru,
Bhag S.: Hiziroqlu, juseyin R. Oxford University Press
2001.
4. Electrical Machines by SB Gupta, SK Kataria and
Sons, New Delhi
5. Electric Machine, By Fitzerald and Kingsley (Tata
McGraw Hil
6.Alternating current Machines, By M.G. Say.
ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS
ENGINEEERING
SEMESTER – IV
2. POWER SYSTEMSII
Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lecture 4hrs/week Theory 100 marks
Tutorial:1hr/week Term work 25 marks
OE:25
marks
Objective :
Understanding basic theory of transmission lines
modeling and their performance analysis
and mechanical design of transmission lines, cables
and insulators.
SECTION I
1. Transmission Line Parameters (10)
Types of conductors  calculation of resistance for
solid conductors  Calculation of inductance for single phase and three phase,
single and double circuit lines, concept of GMR & GMD, symmetrical and
asymmetrical conductor configuration with and without transposition, Numerical
Problems. Calculation of capacitance for 2 wire and 3 wire systems, effect of
ground on capacitance, capacitance calculations for symmetrical and
asymmetrical single and three phase, single and double circuit lines,. Skin and
Proximity effects  Description and effect on Resistance of Solid Conductors
Ferranti effect  Charging Current  Effect on Regulation of the Transmission
Line, Shunt Compensation. Corona  Description of the phenomenon, factors affecting
corona, critical voltages and power loss, Radio Interference.
2. Performance of Short and
Medium Length Transmission Lines (07)
Classification of Transmission Lines  Short, medium
and long line and their model
representations  NominalT, NominalPie and A, B, C,
D Constants for symmetrical & Asymmetrical Networks, Numerical Problems.
Mathematical Solutions to estimate regulation and efficiency of all types of
lines  Numerical Problems.
3. Performance of Long
Transmission Lines (07)
Long Transmission LineRigorous Solution, evaluation
of A,B,C,D Constants, Interpretation of the Long Line Equations, Incident,
Reflected and Refracted Waves Surge Impedance and SIL of Long Lines, Wave
Length and Velocity of Propagation of Waves  Representation of Long Lines 
EquivalentT and Equivalent Pie network models (numerical problems).
SECTION II
4. Overhead Line Insulators (08)
Types of Insulators, String efficiency and Methods for
improvement, Numerical Problems – voltage distribution, calculation of string
efficiency, Capacitance grading and Static Shielding.
5. Sag and Tension Calculations (08)
Sag and Tension Calculations with equal and unequal
heights of towers, Effect of Wind and Ice on weight of Conductor, Numerical
Problems  Stringing chart and sag template and its applications.
6. Underground Cables (08)
Types of Cables, Construction, Types of Insulating
materials, Calculations of Insulation resistance and stress in insulation,
Numerical Problems. Capacitance of Single and 3Core belted cables, Numerical
Problems. Grading of Cables  Capacitance grading, Numerical Problems, Description
of Intersheath grading.
T ERM WORK:
Term work consists of minimum eight assignments. A
power plant visit Should be arranged and report of the same must be submitted
as a part of term work .
TEXT BOOKS:
1. A Text Book on Power System Engineering by
M.L.Soni, P.V.Gupta,
U.S.Bhatnagar, A.Chakrabarthy, Dhanpat Rai & Co
Pvt. Ltd.
2. Electrical power systems  by C.L.Wadhwa, New Age
International (P)
Limited, Publishers,1998.
REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Power system Analysisby John J Grainger William D
Stevenson, TMC Companies, 4^{th} edition
2. Power System Analysis and Design by B.R.Gupta,
Wheeler Publishing.
3. Power System Analysis by Hadi Saadat – TMH
Edition..
4. Modern Power System Analysis by I.J.Nagaraj and
D.P.Kothari, Tata McGraw Hill, 2^{nd} Edition.
ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS
ENGINEEERING
SEMESTER – IV
3. ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC
MEASUREMENT
Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures.: 4 hr/week Theory: 100 Mark
Practical: 2 hr/week Term Work: 25 Mark
 
Objectives:
Identify the measuring instruments used
for measuring electrical
quantities. To study different
instrumentation transformer.
Classify measuring instruments based on
construction, principle of operation and
Quantity to be measured, types of errors.
SECTION –I
1. BASIC CONCEPT OF MEASUREMENT: International Standards, Primary Standards, secondary
Standards, Working Standards., Types of Error, Type of Uncertainties. uncertainty
measurement method, direct method and comparison method (5)
2. MOVING COIL INSTRUMENTS: a) Moving coil instrument: scale and pointer, moving coil,
damper and restoring spring ,Bearing and suspensions, magnetic path, Properties
of damped mass spring system : Step response, theoretical analysis of the step
response, determination of torque intertia, Determination of damping constant,
Damping of Galvanometer. linear and non Linear scales.Multi range ammeter and
voltmeter. : Shunting technical realization of a multi Range ammeter,
calculation of current divider circuit, Voltmeter, series resistor technical r
ealization of a multi range voltmeter, calculation of series resistance (10)
3. MOVING IRON INSTRUMENT: Construction and principle of operation of
attraction and Repulsion type, limitation, scale equation of moving iron for
power factor measurement, synchronoscope. (5)
4 POWER AND ENERGY MEASUREMENT : Dynamometer wattmeter, power factor
measurement, power measurement in single phase
circuit, active and reactive power
measurement in three phase circuit using wattcmeters,
Construction and working principle of single phase and Three phase energy
meter, Error and their compensation, Three phase Trivectormeter . (6)
SECTION –II
5 MEASUREMENT OF CIRCUIT
PARAMETERS: A.C. Bridges:
measurement
Of Inductance and Capacitance, frequency measurement,
Methods of measurement of
l ow, medium and high range resistance. Whetstone and
slide wire bridge.
(6)
6 MEASUREMENT USING DIGITAL
INSTRUMENTS: Digital meters:
Ammeter,
Voltmeter, multimeter, Wattmeter, Energy meter. Basic
circuitry of Electronic counter,
frequency measurement using electronic counter. (6)
7 ADVANCED MEASUREING INSTRUMENT: Digital Oscilloscope, wave and
spectrum analyzer, Harmonic distortion analyzer (6)
8 C.T. and P.T: Construction and working principle, phasor diagram,
application of
C.T. and P.T. (4)
TOTAL NUMBER OF HOURS: 48
TERM WORK:
Minimum Eight experiment from following
list. LIST OF EXPERMENTS:
1 Measurement of power by two wattmeter method
2. Measurement of reactive power.
3. Calibration of single phase and three phase Energy
meter.
4. Measurement of inductance by using bridges
5. Measurement of capacitance by using bridges
6. Study of measuring instruments (M.I., PMMC)
7. Measurement of power by ammeter and voltmeter.
8. Measurement of KVAR, KVA, KW by using Trivector
meter.
9. Measurement of high resistance by loss of charge
method..
10. Study of digital meters
11. Study of C.T. and P.T
12. Study of Harmonic distortion analyzer
Textbooks:
1)Electrical & Electronic Measurement E.W.Golding
ELBS Edition
2)Electrical & Electronic Measurement 
A.K.Sawhney
References:
Instrumentation Devices & Systems  Rangan,Mani
,Sharma
Process Control Instrumentation Technology – Johnson
Industrial Instrumentation and Control – S.K.Singh
Electrical measurement and measuring Instrumentation 
G.P.Gupta.
ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS
ENGINEEERING
SEMESTER – IV
4. SIGNALS AND SYSTEM
Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lecture 4hrs/week Theory 100 marks
Tutorials
1hr/week Term work 25 marks
Objectives:
To study the different transform of signal and their
operations.
To study the operation of signal in different domains.
To study the DTFT analysis.
SECTION I
1. Introduction to Signals and
System 6
Definition of signal , Classification of signals, Some
useful signals in discrete and continuous
time domain, Energy and power signals, properties of
CT/DT signals, time based transformations
of CT/DT signals ( Scaling and shifting etc), System
modeling, Classification of systems
(Linear/Non linear, Static /Dynamic ,Time variant
/Time invariant etc).
2. Time Domain Analysis of
Continuous and Discrete Time Systems 8
Solution to Differential and Difference equation, Zero
input response (Natural Response) and
Zero state response (Forced Response), Impulse
Response, Convolution in discrete and
Continuous time domain, Properties of convolution,
Stability of system, Correlation, Auto and
cross correlation and its properties.
3. Fourier Domain Analysis of
Continuous Time Signal 10
Signal representation by orthogonal signal space,
Trigonometric, Cosine (Compact Trigonometric) ,
Exponential Fourier series coefficients for periodic
signals and their interrelationship,
Existence of Fourier series,
Properties, Gibb‟s phenomenon, Parseval‟s
Theorem, Computing harmonic distortion, LTI system
response for periodic input, Apeiodic
signal representation by Fourier integral, Fourier
trans of some standard signals, properties of
Fourier transform, Fourier
transform of periodic signal, Parseval‟s Theorem
(Fourier transform domain), Modulation, LTI system analysis with
Fourier transform.
SECTION II
4. Laplace Transform Analysis of
Signals and System 8
Convergence of Laplace Transform, Properties of
Laplace transform, Inversion of
Laplace Transform, Solution to differential and Integro
differential equation,
Analysis of electrical networks, Stability analysis,
Realization of system in direct
form – I and Direct form – II.
5. Fourier Domain Analysis of
Discrete Time Signal 8
Sampling theorem, Aliasing, Periodic signal
representation by discrete time Fourier
series, Apeiodic signal representation by Fourier
integral, Properties of discrete time
Fourier transform (DTFT), relation between DTFT and
Fourier Transform, Discrete
Fourier Transform (DFT), Inverse Discrete Fourier
Transform (IDFT), Properties,
Circular Convolution.
6. Z Transform Analysis of
Discrete Time Signals and Systems 8
Z transform of sequences, Region of convergence and
its properties, Inverse Z
transform methods, relationship between Z transform
and DTFT, Solution to
difference equation, Relationship between S domain and
Z domain, stability criteria,
System realization in Direct form –I , II , cascaded
and Parallel form.
TOTAL NUMBER OF HOURS: 48
TERM WORK: (Minimum 8 tutorials)
all units. Minimum 8 tutorials / assignments based on
above syllabus covering
References:
1. Linear systems and signals by B. P. Lathi, pub
Oxford University press,
2 nd Edi, 2005
2. Signals and systems by M. J. Roberts pub Tata
Macgraw Hill 2005
3. Signals and systems by Simon Haykin pub Wiley 2003
4. Signals and systems by C. T. Chen pub Oxford 3rd Edition
2004.
ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS
ENGINEEERING
SEMESTER – IV
5. MICROPROCESSOR AND
PERIPHERALS
Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures 04 hrs / week Theory – 100 marks
TW 25 marks
Practical
 02 hrs / week POE 50 marks
Objectives:
To study of Semiconductor memories.
Study of 8085 (Microprocessor) & peripheral chips.
To study of different interfacing ICs.
SECTION I
1: Introduction & Overview:
(3 Hrs)
Review Basic Structure of Computer
system. Introduction to general purpose CPU, Architecture.
2: Semiconductor Memories (4 Hrs)
Memory Capacity, Memory Organization,
Speed, Memory TypesRAM, ROM, PROM, EPROM,
EEPROM, Memory Address Decoding. Battery
Backup.
3: Introduction to 8085: (17
Hrs)
Study of interfacing chips 8205,74138,
74373. Introduction to 8085, CPU Architecture, Register
Organization, 8085 Instruction Set,
Addressing modes. Stack & Subroutines, Instruction Cycle, machine
Cycle, Timing Diagrams (Graphical
representation), Wait, Hold & Halt States, and Interrupts of 8085(
Hardware and software). Assembly
Language Programming.
SECTION II
4: Interfacing I/Os: (3 Hrs)
Concept of I/O ports, Memory mapped I/O
and I/O mapped I/O schemes, I/O instructions, data Transfer
Techniques interrupt Driven I/O.
5: Study of Peripherals (15 Hrs)
a. Programmable I/O 8255
b. Timer8155,8253
c. Keyboard/Display Controller8279
d. serial communication controller8251
e. Interrupt controller8259
6: Real World Interfacing: (6
Hrs)
Interfacing of Memory, keyboard, seven
segment display, Relay, stepper motor, Conversion techniques
such as ADC Techniques: Dual Slope &
Successive Approximation and DAC Techniques: Weighted
resistor & R2R Ladder, ADC
0809/7109, DAC 0808.
TOTAL NUMBER OF HOURS: 48
TERM WORK:
1.50% Assembly language programs based on Assembler
& Simulator software‟s.
2.25% Assembly language programs based on Hardware
(kit system)
3. 25% Assembly language programs based
on Interfacing (kit + Interfacing cards)
References:
1. Kenneth L Short –„Microprocessors
and Programmed logic„
2. Douglas V Hall „Microprocessors
and Digital Systems”
3. Ramesh S Gaonkar „Microprocessors Architecture, Programming and
applications with 8085A
ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS
ENGINEEERING
SEMESTER – IV
6. Electrical & Electronics
Workshop
Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Practical: 02 hrs / week TW 25 marks
OE:25 marks
Objectives:
To study the design of different electrical
equipments.
To study the design of different electronic
equipments.
To study the domestic wiring.
To study the PCB design.
SECTION I
1. a. Familiarization of wiring tools,
lighting and wiring accessories, various types of
Wiring systems
b. Wiring of one lamp controlled by one
switch.
2. a. Study of Electric shock phenomenon,
precautions, preventions; Earthing
b. Wiring of one lamp controlled by two
SPDT Switches and one 3 pin plug socket
independently
3. a. Familiarization of types of Fuse,
MCB, ELCB etc.
b. Wiring of fluorescent lamp controlled
by one switch from panel with ELCB & MCB.
4. a. Study of estimation and costing of
wiring
b. Domestic appliance – Wiring, Control
and maintenance: Mixer machine, Electric
Iron, fan motor, pump motor, Battery etc.
SECTION II
5. a. Familiarization of electronic
components colour code, multimeters.
b. Bread board assembling  Common
emitter amplifier.
6. a. Study of soldering components,
solders, tools, heat sink.
b. Soldering practice.
c. Study of estimation and costing of
soldering.
d. Domestic appliances – Wiring PCB,
control, Identification of fault: Electronic
Ballast, Fan regulator, inverter, UPS
etc.
TERM WORK:
Minimum 8 practicals/Handson practice based on above
syllabus covering all units.
References:
1. K B Raina & S K Bhattacharya:
Electrical Design Estimating and costing, New Age International
Publishers, New Delhi, 2005 Uppal S. L.,
Electrical Wiring & Estimating, Khanna Publishers5th
edition,2003
2. John H. Watt, Terrell Croft :American
Electricians' Handbook: A Reference Book for the Practical
Electrical Man  McGrawHill, 2002
3. G. Randy Slone  Tab Electronics
Guide to Understanding Electricity and Electronics, Mc
GrawHill, 2000
4. Jerry C Whitaker  The Resource Handbook of
Electronics, CRC Press2001