EE 3rd Semester Karimganj Polytechnic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SYLLABUS AND REFERENCE BOOKS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.Date: 21/July/2018

Course Code: El – 301 ; Course Title: Principle of Electrical Engineering

Suggested Books:

1.A Textbook of Electrical Technology – Volume I  by B L Theraja (Author), AK Theraja (Author)

 

2. Basic Electrical Engineering Paperback by V.K Mehta (Author), Rohit Mehta (Author)

 

 

3.Objective Electrical Technology by V.K Mehta (Author), Rohit Mehta (Author)

 

4.Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering and Electronics by B L Theraja

 

5.Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronics Engineering by Ghosh (Author)


 

2.Date: 20/July/2018

Course Code: El – 301 ; Course Title: Principle of Electrical Engineering

 

Syllabus of Course Code: El – 301 ; Course Title: Principle of Electrical Engineering

Unit 1: Fundamental Concept
1.1 Concept of current, voltage, resistance
1.2 Work, power, energy and relationship between work, power and energy
1.3 Resistance in series and parallel
1.4 Ohm’s law and problem
1.5 Kirchhoff’s laws and problem

 

Unit 2: Magnetism and Electromagnetism
2.1 Magnetic circuit parameter
2.2 Direction of magnetic field in straight conductor, coil, solenoid etc.
2.3 Force on current carrying conductor lying in magnetic field, force between two parallel conductors, mmf, magnetizing force, flux, flux density, reluctance, permeability,
2.4 Series and parallel magnetic circuit, related problems
2.4 hysteresis and hysteresis loop

 

Unit 3: Electromagnetic Induction
3.1 Electromagnetic induction
3.2 Faraday’s law, direction of induced Emf and current
3.3 Statically and dynamically induced Emf
3.4 Self and mutual inductance

 

Unit 4: Energy Conversion Principle
4.1 Law of conversion energy
4.2 Role of electrical energy and its uses
4.3 Electromechanical energy conversion principle
4.4 Condition of production of Emf, rotor action
4.5 Single excited and doubly excited field theory

 

Unit 5: Electrostatic
5.1 Coulomb’s law of electrostatic
5.2 Electric field, electric field strength, electric potential and potential difference between two points
5.3 Capacitor, capacitance, energy stored in a capacitor
5.4 Capacitance of parallel plate capacitor with uniform dielectric medium and composite medium, calculation

 

Unit 6: AC Fundamentals
6.1 Definitions, Equations, Cycle, Time period, Frequency, Amplitude, Phase, Phase difference, RMS value, Average value, Maximum values , form factor, Crest factor, Simple problem

 

Unit 7: Phasor Algebra
7.1 J operator
7.2 Rectangular, polar and trigonometrical form of phasor
7.3 Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of phasor

 

Unit 8: AC Series Circuit
8.1 Definitions – Inductance, Inductive reactance, Capacitance, Capacitive reactance, impedance
8.2 A. C. through pure resistance, pure inductance and pure capacitance
8.3 A. C. through R—L, R—C and R—L – C series
circuit and their problems
8.4 Resonance and problems


 

1.Date: 19/July/2018

Course Code –Co-301 ; Course title: Computer Application & Programming

Syllabus of Course Code –Co-301 ; Course title: Computer Application & Programming

Unit 1: Computer Architecture:
Brief history, Charles Babbage Machine, Von Neuman Architecture, block diagram, memory &it’s different types, I/O devices, Role of O.S., computer languages, translator software, editor. Data, different types of data, information and its characteristics

 

Unit 2: Number System and codes:
Different number system- decimal, binary, octal, hexadecimal number system, their conversion, 1’s and 2’s Complement, subtraction using complements. Different codes- ASCII, BCD, Ex-3, Gray. Conversion from Gray to binary and vice-versa, BCD addition

 

Unit 3: Introduction to Operating System:
Definition, single user and multi-user OS, different function performs by OS, various popular OS like DOS, Windows, UNIX/LINUX. DOS and UNIX commands

 

Unit 4: Computer Network and the Internet:
Definition, necessity of network, different types of network-LAN, MAN, WAN, network topology, transmission media, different network devices like NIC, hub, bridge, switch, gateway. Introduction to the internet, Internet services, browser, search engine.

 

Unit 5: Introduction to C programming:
Fundamentals of programming, Basic structure of C programs, Executing a C program, Constants, Variables, and data types. Operators and expression, Input Output function like printf, scanf, getchar, putchar, gets, puts, Decision making and branching using IF..Else, Switch, looping using for, while, and do-while, array.

 

List of Lab Exercises :

I. Basic commands for computer system maintenance.

II. Preparation of Documents
Introduction to Word processing, Opening a document, preparing documents, inserting diagrams and tables, Editing document- (a) Character, word and line editing, (b) Margin Setting, Paragraph alignment, (c) Block Operations, (d) Spell Checker, (e) Saving a document, (f) Mailmerge.

III. Information Presentation through Spread Sheet
Application of Spread Sheet, Structure of spreadsheets, Preparing table for simple data and numeric operations, Using formulae and functions in excel operations, Creation of graphs, Pie charts, bar charts.

IV. Preparation of presentation
Creation of electronic slides on any topic, Practice of animation effect, presentation of slides.

V. Programming in C
Editing a C program, defining variables and assigning values to variables Arithmetic and relational operators, arithmetic expressions and their evaluation Practice on in iput/output function like getchar, putchar, gets, puts, scanf, printf etc. Programming exercise on simple if statement, If..else statement, switch statement Programming exercise on looping with do-while, while, for loop and array.