Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
This course is mainly for undergraduate First-Year Engineering students from all Specializations. This course will introduceand explain the fundamental conceptsof basic electrical engineering. The basic concepts of DC and AC ( Single Phase and Three Phase Circuits ) network analysis, first order DC transients, steady state and phasor analysis of AC networks, series and parallel resonance and magnetic coupled circuits. This course will also cover Single Phase Transformers, Three Phase Induction Machines and DC Machines.By the end of the course, the students should be able to gather high-quality knowledge of basic electricalengineering.
INTENDED AUDIENCE: Power Grid, NTPC, NHEC, DVC and State Electricity Boards. In general, this basic course is for all engineering professionals.PREREQUISITES: NILINDUSTRY SUPPORT: Power Grid, NTPC, NHEC, DVC and State Electricity Boards. In general, this basic course is for all engineering professionals.
COURSE LAYOUT Week 1: Basic Concepts and Basic Laws
Week 2 : Methods of AnalysisWeek 3 : DC Network TheoremsWeek 4 : Capacitors and Inductors and First Order CircuitsWeek 5 : Sinusoidal and PhasorsWeek 6 : Sinusoidal Steady-State AnalysisWeek 7 : AC Circuit Analysis and Network TheoremsWeek 8 : Series and Parallel Resonance and Magnetically Coupled Circuits.Week 9 : Three Phase Circuits and Power MeasurementsWeek 10: Single Phase TransformersWeek 11: Three Phase Induction MachinesWeek 12: DC Machines