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Circuit Theory - EE8251

Circuit Theory

UNIT I BASIC CIRCUITS ANALYSIS


-:- Fundamentals of Communication Engineering
-:- Basic Circuits Analysis
-:- Important Short Questions and Answers: Basic Circuits Analysis
-:- Basic Elements and Introductory Concepts
-:- Kirchoff's Law with Example Problems and Calculations
-:- DC Circuits and AC Circuits
-:- Difference Between AC And DC
-:- Problem on Parallel Networks
-:- Mesh Analysis
-:- Nodal Analysis

UNIT II NETWORK REDUCTION AND THEOREMS FOR DC AND AC IRCUITS


-:- Network Reduction and Network Theorems for DC And AC Circuits
-:- Important Short Questions and Answers: Network Reduction and Network Theorems for DC And AC Circuits
-:- Potential Divider
-:- Star Delta Conversion
-:- Thevenins Theorem
-:- Norton’s Theorem

UNIT III TRANSIENT RESPONSE ANALYSIS


-:- Transient Response For DC Circuits
-:- Current through purely resistive circuit, inductance and capacitance
-:- Current lags and leads voltage in R-L series circuit
-:- Phasor diagram for a series RLC circuit
-:- Solved Problems: Transient Response For DC Circuits
-:- Time constant and step response of series RL circuit
-:- Time constant and step response of series RC circuit
-:- Analysis of undriven(source free) series RC and RL circuits
-:- Transient Response of RL Circuits
-:- Transient Response of RC Circuits
-:- Transient Response of RLC Circuits
-:- Characterization of Two Port Networks in Terms Of Z,Y and H Parameters
-:- Important Short Questions and Answers: Transient Response For DC Circuits

UNIT IV THREE PHASE CIRCUITS


-:- Analysing Three Phase Circuits
-:- Important Short Questions and Answers: Analysing Three Phase Circuits
-:- Star connection and Star connection
-:- Solved Problems: Analysing Three Phase Circuits

UNIT V RESONANCE AND COUPLED CIRCUITS


-:- Resonance and Coupled Circuits
-:- The step response of series RLC circuit
-:- Expressions for Q-factor of inductor and capacitor
-:- linear transformer
-:- Solved Problems: Resonance and Coupled Circuits
-:- Important Short Questions and Answers: Resonance and Coupled Circuits