# CSVTU BE III Semester EEE Electric Circuits Syllabus

## Subject: Electric Circuits

Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Tut Periods: 12

Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80

Minimum number of Class tests to be conducted: 2

UNIT – I

Development Of Circuit Concepts:

The relationship of field and circuit concept for parameters, lumped, linear and bilateral elements, voltage and current sources, duality of simple circuit, network topology: graph tree, branch link, tie set, cutest, loop and nodal analysis, equilibrium equations.

UNIT – II

Network Solution And Reduction:

Solution of network equation of determination method of network reductions, nodal analysis, mesh

analysis, super node, super mesh network theorems, superposition theorem, reciprocity theorem,

Thevenin’s theorem, Norton’s theorem, star delta transformation theorem, Tellegen’s theorem.

UNIT – III

Network Solution And Reduction:

Electrostatic and electromagnetic coupling, self-inductance, mutual inductance, coupling coefficient,

complete network with conductive and inductive coupling, Series and parallel resonance, quality factor,

band width, selectivity, half power frequencies, circle diagram of simple series and parallel circuits,

inversion of circle and straight line impedance and admittance loci.

UNIT – IV

Poly Phase Circuits:

Examples of two, three, four-loop circuits and their solutions, unbalanced poly phase circuits,

determination of phase sequence, star/delta connections, and power measurement in poly phase circuits.

UNIT – V

Non – sinusoidal Ideal Wave Forms:

Common non-sinusoidal waveforms, Fourier series, analytical evaluation of Fourier coefficients,

exponential form of Fourier series, frequency spectra of periodic waveforms, semi graphical method of

analysis, effective value and equivalent power factor solution of circuits with non sinusoidal currents and

voltages, harmonic resonance and harmonics in poly phase circuits.

Text Books

: 1. “Electric Circuit Analysis

”, Hayt, Kemmerly, Durbin, TMH Pbs.

2. “

AC Circuits

”, Kerchner and Cocoran

Reference Books

: 1.“Fundamentals of Electric Circuits

” Alexander & Sadiku, TMH Pbs.

2. “

Basic Circuit Theory

”, Desoer and Kuh, Mc Graw Hill Pbs.