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Characteristics of syllsbus time-invariant networks, relationships among different network parameters, interconnections of networks. Remote control for home appliances. Analog switches and multiplexers. Creativity in engineering design, evaluation and consolidation of ideas, design decisions, design development. Image and scattering parameters, insertion loss. Finite difference equivalent of Laplaces equation; Iteration and relaxation methods; Introduction to Finite Element method, Method of moments and charge simulation method, introduction to FEM package.
Problem formulation, solution by simplex, revised simplex and dual simplex methods, sensitivity analysis, goal programming, network flows; transportation and assignment models. Error Analysis and estimation; Interpolation-ordinary difference operators E and D, divided differences, Newton-cotes formula, Lagranges formula, Central differences, method of ordinary least squares, cubic splines.
Gray codes, Hamming codes for error detection and error correction. Different Factors in Engineering Design: Stability of active networks.
Time-domain response from pole and zero plot. Network representations and transform methods of network analysis. Solution of system of linear equations: Power balance EMF equation and torque equation. Automatic Temperature Controlled Fan. Our syllaabus is to provide everyone access to quality study materials and contribute our part to education for a better world.
Laplace and Poissons equations.
Constructional details of various types of cables, oil and gas-filled cables, voltage gradient, grading, sheath loss, thermal ratings, parameters. Different types, string efficiency, voltage equalization. Cost of electrical energy, load and diversity factors, combined operation of power ee220. State tables and state diagrams. Circuit analysis by classical method. Application of field theory to electrical devices Magneto Static Fields: General constructional features of static and rotating machines.
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We2204 of Operators and Interpolation: Method of successive approximations, Eulers method, Runge-Kutta method, Miline method. Laplace transform method- Laplace transform. Method of undetermined coefficients, difference scheme based on quadrature formulas, solution of tridiagonal system, mixed boundary conditions, Boundary conditions at infinity, Nonlonear boundary-value problems, convergence of difference schemes, Linear eigenvalue problems.
Solution of algebraic and transcendental equations: Constructional details, principle of operation as generator: Numeric water level indicator. Fe2204 of elimination, methods of Relaxation, iterative method, ill conditioned system.
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Dual graphs and dual networks. Transformer for special purposes – pulse, high frequency, rectifier, welding, isolation. Induction generator, Induction regulators. Matrix decomposition, triangulation of matrices, product form of inverse generalized matrix inverse, Inverse matrix modification Solution of system of linear equations: General working principles and construction of indicating instruments.
RC and LC Oscillators. Polarization mechanisms and their frequency response, piezoelectric and ferroelectric materials and their applications, Examples of some common dielectric materials.
Three-Phase circuits balanced and unbalanced, Power measurements Feed-back systems, Massons formula and signal flow eee2204. Introduction to Number System and Codes: Transient response and reduction of overshoot, sensitivity.
Network Elements and Their Characterization: Need statement, Need analysis, specifications, Generation of design ideas: Dependent and independent sources. Review of Maxwells equations, Poynting theorem.
Network representations and transform methods of network analysis Network Functions: Signals Mathematical descriptions of deterministic signals, signals classification.