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xls Department of Technical Education Diploma Courses in Auto, Mech, MTT, Chem,textiles, mining, mechatronics,printing,metallurgy Second Semester Sub : Basics of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Contact Hrs / Week: 4 Contact hrs / Semester: 64 No. Topics Contact hrs

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Concept of Electrical energy Electric current,Voltage and circuits Work, power and energy Magnetic fields and circuits Electromagnetic induction

6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0 10.0 11.0

Alternating current and circuits Electrical Machines Electric cables Protective devices Battery and maintenance Lighting

06 hrs 09hrs 02hr 02hrs 03hrs 02hrs

12.0 13.0

Electronic components and their applications Integrated Circuits Revision and Tests

10hrs 04hrs 04hrs

Total

64hrs

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Curriculum Content

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Concept of Electrical energy 1.0 Application of electrical energy 1.1 Advantages of Electrical energy 1.2 Sorces of electrical energy 1.3 Effects of electric current and practical applications of these effects

02 hrs

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Electric current,Voltage and circuits 2.1 Electric current and its unit. 2.2 Instrument used for measurement of current, 2.3 emf, potential difference and its unit 2.4 Instrument used for measurement of voltage 2.6 Concept of conductors, insulators and semiconductors 2.7 Resistance, its unit 2.8 Instrument used for measurement of resistance, 2.9 Ohm's law, its applications 2.10 Simple problems of Ohm's law 2.11 Series and Parallel Circuits. 2.12 Simple problems of series parallel circuits. Work, power and energy 3.1 Electrical power, energy, work and their units 3.2 Measurement of power and energy 3.3 Conversion of mechanical units into electrical units and viceversa 3.4 Simple problems on work ,power ,and energy

09hrs

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Magnetic fields and circuits 03 hrs 4.1 Definition of terms magnetic field, magnetic flux, mmf reluctance and flux density. 4.2 Units of magnetic field, magnetic flux, mmf reluctance and flux density Electromagnetic induction 5.1 Faraday's laws of electromagnetic induction 5.2 Statically induced emf 5.3 Dynamically induced emf 5.4 self induced emf 5.5 mutually induced emf 04 hrs

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Alternating current and circuits 06 hrs 6.1 Concept of alternating current 6.2 Definition of terms- amplitude, instantaneous value, time period, cycle, frequency, rms value, average value, form factor and their units. 6.3 Inductance, capacitance, reactance, impedance and their units 6.4 Power and power factor 6.5 Difference between single phase and three phase circuits 6.6 Simple problems on power and power factor

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Electrical Machines Transformers 7.1 Function of a transformer 7.2 Types of transformer. 7.3 Applications of different types of transformers 7.4 Electrical characteristics of welding transformer DC Generators 7.5 Function of a DC Generator. 7.6 Types of DC Generators. 7.7 Applications of different types of dc generators DC Motors 7.8 Function of a DC Motor. 7.9 Types of DC Motors 7.10 Applications of different types of dc motors AC Generators 7.11 Function of a AC Generator. 7.12 Applications of AC generators AC Motors

9hrs

7.13 Function of a AC Motor 7.14 Types of AC motors 7.15 Difference between single and three phase motors 7.16 Applications of single and three phase motors 7.17 Types of mechanical enclosures and their importance,and application. 7.18 types of FHP motors and their application. 7.19 Necessity of starters 7.2 Types of starters 7.21 Name plate details of motors.

Electric cables 8.1 Introduction to under ground Electric cables 8.2 Types with advantages & Limitations of cables. 8.3 Applications of Cables.

02hrs

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Protective devices 9.1 Necessity of Protective devices 9.2 fuses - Rewirable & HRC, Breakers - MCB & ELCB. 9.3 flame proof enclosures used in swithgear. 9.4 Necessity of electrical earthing . 9.5 General electrical safety precautions.

2hrs

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Battery and maintenance 10.1 Function of Batteries 10.2 types of batteries 10.3 conditions of fully charged battery 10.4 types of charging of batteries 10.5 maintenance free battery

3hrs

Advantages of SMF (Sealed Maintenance Free) Batteries over 10.6 Conventional Batteries. 10.7 Applications of Batteries.

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Lighting 11.1 List electrical sources of light 11.2 Function and applications of

2hrs

a) Incandescent lamp b)fluorescent c)mercury vapour lamp d)sodium vapour lamp 11.3 Salient features of Industrial lighting.

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Electronic components and their applications 12.1 Semiconductor materials, P type and N type 12.2 Intrinsic and extrinsic Semiconductor. 12.3 Semiconductor diodes and their application 12.4 Half and full wave rectifiers circuits 12.5 Filter circuits 12.6 Zener diode and their applications 12.7 Zener diode as voltage regulator. 12.8 Light Emitting Diodes and their applicaton 12.9 Transistors and their application. 12.10 Transistor as a Amplifier 12.11 Silicon Controlled Rectifier and their application. 12.12 Electronic timers 12.13 Relays Integrated Circuits 13.1 Logic functions 13.2 Logic gates-NOT,AND,OR,NAND, NOR 13.3 Fundamentals of IC 13.4 Application of IC's

10hrs

4hrs

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES

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Concept of Electrical energy 1.1 Know the use of electrical energy 1.2 Understand the benefits of Electrical Energy 1.3 List the Sources of Electrical energy 1.4 Know the effects of electrical current and their applications.

02 hrs

2.0 Electric current,Voltage and circuits 09hrs 2.1 Understand the concept of Electric current, emf, potential difference 2.2 Know the units of current, emf, potential difference 2.3 Know the types in instruments used to measure current, emf, potenctial difference 2.4 Definition of conductors, insulators and semiconductors 2.5 Interpret resistance and know its unit 2.6 Recognize the instruments used to measure resistance 2.7 State and explain Ohm's law 2.8 Analyze series and parallel circuits 3.0 Work, power and energy 04 hrs 3.1 Understand the concept of Electrical power, energy, work and their units 3.2 Know the measurement of power and energy 3.3 Perform the conversion of mechanical units into electrical units and viceversa Magnetic fields and circuits 03 hrs 4.1 Define magnetic field, magnetic flux, mmf, reluctance and flux density. 4.2 Know the units of magnetic field, magnetic flux, mmf, reluctance and flux density Electromagnetic induction 5.1 Understand Faraday's laws of electromagnetic induction 5.2 Explain Statically induced emf 5.3 Explain Dynamically induced emf 5.4 Explain Self induced emf 5.5 Explain mutually induced emf 04 hrs

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Alternating current and circuits 6.1 Understand the concept of alternating current 6.2 Define the terms amplitude, time period, instantaneous value, cycle, frequency, rms value, average value, form factor and their units. 6.3 Explain inductance, capacitance, reactance, impedance and their units 6.4 Define power and power factor 6.5 list the differences between single phase and three phase supply

06 hrs

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Electrical Machines Transformers 7.1 Know the function of a transformer 7.2 List the types of transformers 7.3 Write the applications of different types of transformers 7.4 List the characteristics of a welding transformer. DC Generators 7.4 Know the Function of DC generators. 7.5 List the types of DC generators 7.6 List the applications of different types of dc generators DC Motors 7.6 Know the function of a DC Motor. 7.7 List the types of DC motors 7.8 List the applications of different types of dc motors AC Generators 7.9 Know the function of a AC Generator. 7.10 List the applications of ac generators AC Motors 7.11 Know the Function of a AC Motor. 7.12 List the types of AC motors 7.13 List the applications of single and three phase motors 7.14 List the differences between single and three phase motors 7.15 List the differences between single and three phase motors 7.16 List the different types of Mechanical Enclosures of Motors 7.17 Identify the working place of where the different enclosures are used. 7.18 List the importance of different types of Mechanical Enclosures of Motors 7.19 List the types of FHP motors 7.20 List the applications of FHP motors 7.21 Understand the necessity for starters 7.22 List the types of starters used in starting Induction Motors 7.23 Understand the meaning of overload Starters 7.24 Understand the meaning single phase protection in Starters 7.25 List the general name plate details of A C motors.

09hrs

05 hrs

Electric cables 02hr 8.1 Understand the underground cable 8.2 List the types of underground cable 8.3 List the advantages and limitations of underground cables over overhead cables. 8.4 List the applications of underground cables Protective devices 02hrs 9.1 Understand the necessity of protective devices 9.2 List the different protective devices 9.3 Explain fuse- HRC, rewireabel fuse 9.4 Explain the need of MCB ,ELCB 9.5 Understand the importance of flame proof enclsoure used in protective devices. 9.6 State the necessessity of electrical earthing

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9.7 Mention the general electrical safety precaution 10.0 Battery and maintenance 10.1 Explain battery 10.2 Name type of batteries as lead acid, nickel iron and nickel cadmium 10.3 State variations in specific gravity during charging and discharging 10.4 State applications of batteries. 10.5 Explain charging of batteries by a) Constant current method b)Constant voltage method 10.6 Explain trickle charging 10.7 Explain the indications of a fully charged battery 10.8 Explain sealed maintenance free(SMF) batteries. 10.9 State advantages of maintenence free batteries over conventional batteries. 03hrs

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Lighting 11.1 List the elctric sources of light 11.2 Function and applications of a)incandescent lamp. b)fluorescent lamp c)sodium vapour lamp d)mercury vapour lamp 11.3 List the salient features of good industrial lighting .

02hrs

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Electronic components and their applications 12.1 Understand semiconductor material 12.2 Differentiate between intrinsic and extrensic semiconductors. 12.3 Understand Semiconductor diodes 12.4 Briefly explain V- I characteristics of a semiconductor diode. 12.5 List the applications of semiconductor diode 12.6 Explain with circuit the working of Half wave rectifier 12.7 Explain with circuit the working of centertapped full wave rectifier 12.8 Explain with circuit the working of bridge full wave rectifier 12.9 Know Zener diodes 12.10 Explain V- I characteristics of a zenor diode. 12.11 Briefly explain the use of Zener diode as a voltage regulator. 12.12 List the applications of zenor diode 12.13 Understand Light Emitting Diodes 12.14 Understand with circuit working of a transistor 12.15 List the applications of transistor 12.16 Sketch and explain Silicon Controlled Rectifier 12.17 List the applications of Silicon Controlled Rectifier 12.18 State the necessity for timers 12.19 List the different types of times (electronic, mechanical, thermal etc) 12.20 State the working principle of a relay 12.21 Name the different types of contacts in relays(NC and NO) 12.22 List the applications of relays

10 hrs

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Integrated Circuits 13.1 Explain logic high and low ( 1 and 0 ) 13.2 Explain NOT , AND ,OR logic functions 13.3 Understand Logic gates-AND, OR,NOT,NAND,NOR 13.4 Draw the logic symbols and truth table of AND,OR,NOT,NAND,NOR 13.5 Explain the meaning of IC 13.6 List the advantages of IC

04hrs

References: 1) Electrical Technology- by B.L.Theraja 2) Basics Electrical and Electronics Engg. by K.V.N Gowda 3) Principles of Electrical Engineering by Deltoro 4) Principles of Electrical& Electronics Engineering by V.K.Mehta 5) Electric power by Uppal 6) Swithch gear and protection by Sunil . S.Rao 7) Digital Principles and applicatio by Malvino and Leech 8) Digital Principles and applicatio by Flyod 9) Electronics Devices and application -Motorshed 10) Electronics devices by Floyd