Simplification and Analysis Techniques (A.C. and D.C. Circuits)Sinusoidal steady state. Phasors a phasor diagram. Energy sources. Mesh and nodal analysis. Source transformation. Network theorems.1) Superposition theorem.2) Thevenin's theorem.3) Norton s theorem.4) Maximum power transfer theorem.Resonance and ApplicationsDefinition of figure of merit, Q. Series resonance : Current bandwidth, Impedance, a selectivity in series resonance. Parallel(anti) resonance : Application of resonance circuits including impedance transformation.Transient ResponseInitial conditions in elements. A procedure for evaluating initial conditions. Solution of RC, RL, RLC step response using classical method. Solution of RC, RL, RLC step response using Laplace transform.Four Terminal NetworksClassification of four terminal networks (Symmetrical, asymmetrical, balanced a unbalanced)Characteristic impedance a propagation constant for symmetrical networks. Image a iterative impedance for symmetrical networks. Filter fundamentals : Constant K type low-pass filter. Constant K type high pass filter.Constant K type band pass filter. Constant K type band stop filter. M-derived T and sections of low pass filter.Composite low pass filter.Attenuators : Introduction. Nepers a decibels. Symmetrical T a type attenuators.Network FunctionsTerminal pairs and ports. Network functions for one and two port networks.Poles a zeros of network function. Time domain behaviour from pole zero plot.Two Port Network ParametersIntroduction. Open circuit impedance parameters. Short circuit admittance parameters. Hybrid parameters. Transmission parameters. Inter-relation between different parameters. Interconnection of two port networks.Simplification and Analysis Techniques (A.C. and D.C. Circuits)Sinusoidal steady state.

Title | : | Network Theory |

Author | : | A.V.Bakshi U.A.Bakshi |

Publisher | : | Technical Publications - 2008-01-01 |

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