Network Theory Syllabus
Periods/week : 3 Periods . Ses. : 30 Exam : 70
Examination (Practical): 3hrs. Credits: 4
Analysis of DC Circuits:
Active Elements, passive Element, Reference Directions for current and voltage, Kirchoffs Laws, Voltage and Current Division Nodal Analysis, MESH Analysis, Linearity and superposition, Thevinin’s and Norton’s Theorem, Source Transformation.
Inductor, Capacitor, Source free RL, RC and RLC Response, Evaluation of Initial conditions, application of Unit-step Function to RL, RC and RLC Circuits, Concepts of Natural, Forced and Complete Response.
Sinusoidal Steady State Analysis:
The Sinusoidal Forcing Function, Phasor Concept, Average and Effective values of Voltage and Current, Instantaneous and Average Power, Complex Power, Steady State Analysis Using Mesh and Nodal Analysis, Application of Network Theorems to AC Circuits, Balanced 3-phase circuits, Resonance, Concept of Duality.
Magnetically Coupled Circuits, Dot Convention, Y, Z, H, T – Parameters of Two – Port Networks, Reprocity Theorem.
Laplace Transform Techniques:
Transforms of Typical Signals, Response of Simple Circuits to Unit – Step, Ramp and Impulse Functions, Initial and Final Value Theorem, Convolution Integral, Time Shift and Periodic Functions, Transfer Function.
Engineering Circuit Analysis, Willam H. Hayt Jr., and Jack E. Kemmerly, 5th Edition, McGraw Hill.
Network Analysis, M. E. Vanvalkenburg, 3rd Edition, PHI.