Basic Electrical Engineering (BEE) is common to first-year branches of UG engineering. The student is expected to know the fundamentals of electrical engineering and practical implementation of theoretical concepts. This course aims at enabling students of all Engineering Branches to understand the basic concepts of electrical engineering. This course is designed to provide knowledge of fundamentals and various laws in electromagnetic and magnetic circuits, electrostatics. The steady state analysis of AC and DC circuits, and its applications transformer, batteries and different energy conversion techniques are also included in this course.
- Engineering physics, electron theory, electricity, potential and
- To introduce fundamental concepts, various laws-principles and theorems associated with electrical systems.
- To impart basic knowledge of all electrical quantities such as current, voltage, power, energy, frequency along with different types of fields.
- To provide knowledge about fundamental parameters such as resistance, inductance and capacitance and magnetic circuits, AC and DC circuits.
- To provide knowledge of the concepts of transformer, different energy conversions techniques.
At the end of course students will be able to:
- Differentiate between electrical and magnetic circuits and derive mathematical relation for self and mutual inductance along with coupling effect.
- Calculate series, parallel and composite capacitor as well as characteristics parameters of alternating quantity and phasor arithmetic.
- Derive expression for impedance, current, power in series and parallel RLC circuit with AC supply along with phasor diagram.
- Relate phase and line electrical quantities in polyphase networks, demonstrate the operation of single phase transformer and calculate efficiency and regulation at different loading conditions
- Apply and analyze the resistive circuits using star-delta conversion KVL, KCL and different network theorems under DC supply.
- Evaluate work, power, energy relations and suggest various batteries for different applications, concept of charging and discharging and depth of charge.