CHARUSAT Network Theory Syllabus

CHARUSAT Network Theory Syllabus

CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING
V. T. PATEL DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
B. TECH. (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION)
2ND YEAR SEMESTER: III
EC 202: NETWORK THEORY

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Credit Hours:
Teaching Scheme
Theory
Practical
Total
Credit
Hours/week
4
2
6
5
Marks
100
50
150
A. Objective of the Course:
The objective of the course is to introduce the student to the study fundamentals of Network theory including its concepts, initial and final condition of components, transient ant steady state response , network theorems, two-port network, state space variable analysis, With this they will have the knowledge of how to evaluate any complex network .
B. Out line of the Course:
Sr.
No.
Title of the Unit
Minimum Number of Hours
1.
Basic of Concept and Network Representation
03
2.
Basic of Concept and Network Representation
06
3.
Time Domain Analysis
12
4.
Frequency Domain Analysis
08
5.
Impedance Functions and Network Theorems & Network Functions: Poles and Zeros
10
6.
Two Port Parameters
15
7.
Sinusoidal Steady -State Analysis
03
8.
Frequency Response Plots
03
Total Hours (Theory):60
Total Hours (Lab): 30
Total Hours: 90
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C. Detailed Syllabus:
1.
Basic Of Concept And Network Representation 3Hrs
5%
1.1
Introduction
1 Hr
1.2
Analysis ,Convention ,Synthesis
1 Hr
1.3
Types of Network
1 Hr
2.
Formulation And Transformation 6Hrs
10%
2.1
Kirchoff’s Law, The Number of Network Equations, Source Transformations
2 Hrs
2.2
Examples of The Formulations of Networks, Loop Variable Analysis, Node Variable Analysis
3 Hrs
2.3
Determinants: Minors and The Gaus Method, Duality, State Variable Analysis
1 Hr
3.
Time Domain Analysis 12Hrs
20%
3.1
Initial Conditions in Networks Differential Equations
3 Hrs
3.2
Second-Order Equation
3 Hrs
3.3
Internal Excitation
2 Hrs
3.4
Networks Excited by External Energy Sources Response As Related To The S-Plane Location of Roots
4 Hrs
4.
Frequency Domain Analysis 8Hrs
13%
4.1
Introduction, The Laplace Transformation ,Some Basic Theorems For The Laplace Transformation, Examples of The Solution of Problems With The Laplace
2 Hrs
4.2
Transformation ,Partial Fraction Expansion , Heaviside’s Expansion Theorem, Examples of Solution By The Laplace Transformation
2 Hrs
4.3
The Shifted Unit Step Function, The Ramp And Impulse Functions, Waveform Synthesis The Initial And Final Value of F (T) From F (S)
4 Hrs
5.
Impedance Functions And Network Theorems & Network Functions: Poles And Zeros 10Hrs
17%
5.1
The Concept of Complex Frequency Transform Impedance And Transforms Circuits Series and Parallel Combinations of Elements
3 Hr
5.2
Superposition And Reciprocity Thevenin’s Theorem And Norton’s Theorem
3 Hr
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5.3
Terminal Pairs or Port Network Functions For The one Port And Two Port, The Calculation of Network Functions Ladder Networkgeneral Networks
2 Hr
5.4
Poles And Zeros of Network Functions ,Restrictions on Pole And Zero Locations For Transfer Functions
2 Hr
6.
Two Port Parameters 15Hrs
25%
6.1
Relationship of Two-Port Variables, Short-Circuit Admittance Parameters
4 Hrs
6.2
The Open Circuit Impedance Parameters, Transmission Parameters
5 Hrs
6.3
The Hybrid Parameters, Relationships Between Parameters Sets, Parallel Connections of Two-Port Networks
6 Hrs
7.
Sinusoidal Steady -State Analysis 3Hrs
5%
7.1
The Sinusoidal Steady State
1 Hrs
7.2
The Sinusoidal And E +- Jwt, Solution Using E +- Jwt ,Solution Using E +- Jwt or Im E +- Jwt
1 Hrs
7.3
Phasors and Phasor Diagrams
1 Hrs
8.
Frequency Response Plots 3Hrs
5%
8.1
Parts of Network Functions , Magnitude And Phase Plots, Complex Loci
Plots From S-Plane Phasors , Bode Diagrams, The Nyquist Criterion
3 Hrs
D. Instructional Method and Pedagogy:
 Multimedia Projector
 OHP
 Audio Visual Presentations
 Chalk + Board
 White Board
 Online Demo

E. Student Learning Outcomes :
 To Design a circuit and network.
 To analyze circuit characteristics
 To identify current and potential value in network.
 To simplify any two port network.
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F. Recommended Study Material:
 Reference Books:
1.Network Analysis By Van Valkenburg,3rd Edition, McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math
2.Circuit and Networks by Sudhakar McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math
3. Network Analysis and Synthesis By G.K.mithal
4.Electrical Circuit Analysis by C.L.Vadhwa, New Age International

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