The course begins with description with circuit elements , sources. Understanding of various interesting network theorems applied to solve linear, time invariant network problems efficiently in time and s-domain.Steady and transient solution of network problems with various sources including impulse source,δ(t). Representing a circuit in s-domain (Laplace domain).Two-port networks. Graph, tree of networks and use them to solve large network problems using matrices.
INTENDED AUDIENCE : Electrical, Electronics & communication & InstrumentationPRE-REQUISITES : Basic Electrical TechnologySUPPORT INDUSTRY : Power utility services : CESC, State electricity boards, NTPC etc
Week 1 : Introduction to Network, circuit elements & sources. KVL & KCL Week 2 : Solution of linear differential equation with different excitation. Week 3 : Deeper look into energy storing elements :inductor and capacitor. Week 4 : Ideal and practical voltage & current sources. Week 5 : Mesh and nodal analysis of networks. Week 6 : ransforming voltage to current source and vicr-versa.Thevenin / Norton’s equivalent circuit. Week 7 : Tellegen Theorem and its implication. Theory of reciprocity.Network function. Week 8 : Two-port network: Z-parameters, Y-parameters, h-parameters & ABCD parameters. Week 9 : Definition of graph & tree of a network. Cut-set matrix. Week 10: [A],[B] & [Q] matrices : Relationship among them Week 11: Tutorial -1 Week 12: Tutorial-2