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Electrical engineering is a field of engineering that generally deals with the study and application of electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism. This field first became an identifiable occupation in the later half of the 19th century after commercialization of the electric telegraph, the telephone, and electric power distribution and use. 

Electronics engineering is an electrical engineering discipline which utilizes non-linear and active electrical components (such as semiconductor devices, especially transistors, diodes and integrated circuits) to design electronic circuits, devices, microprocessors, microcontrollers and other systems. The discipline typically also designs passive electrical components, usually based on printed circuit boards.

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Electrical and Electronics Engineering


Second Year, Semester II

Mechanical and Automobile Engineering


Examination Scheme

Online Phase I & phase II50
Phase II: Theory exam50


  1. Basic Electrical Engineering
  2. Basic Electronics Engineering

Course Objectives

To understand:

  1. Principle of operation and speed control of DC machines
  2. Induction motor principle and its applications
  3. Working principle of special purpose motors
  4. Microcontrollers
  5. Embedded systems terminologies and sensors
  6. Data acquisition system for mechanical applications

Course Outcomes

Student should be able to:

  1. Develop the capability to identify and select suitable DC motor/ induction motor/ special purpose motor and its speed control method for given industrial application.
  2. Program Arduino IDE using conditional statements
  3. Interfacing sensors with Arduino IDE

Syllabus of Electrical Engineering

Unit 1: D. C. Machines

Construction, working principle of D.C. generator, emf equation of D. C. generator (derivation not expected), working principle of D.C. motor, types of D.C. motor, back emf, torque equation for D.C. motor, characteristics of D.C. motor (series and shunt only), three-point starter for D.C shunt motor, methods for speed control of D.C. shunt and series motors, industrial applications.

Unit 2: Three Phase Induction Motors

Constructional feature, working principle of three phase induction motors, types; torque equation, torque slip characteristics; power stages; efficiency, starters (auto transformer starter, star delta starter); methods of speed control and industrial applications.

Unit 3: Special Purpose Motors

Construction, working principle, characteristic and applications of stepper motors, A.C. and D.C servomotors, universal motors, industrial applications, brushless DC motors, linear induction motors, single phase induction motors,(types, construction, working principle of split
phase and shaded pole type induction motors), descriptive treatment for AC series motor (difference between AC series and DC series motor, construction and working).

Syllabus of Electronics Engineering

Unit 4: Introduction to Microcontrollers

Main Page: Introduction to Microcontrollers

Unit 5: Peripheral Interface-1

Main Page: Peripheral Interface-1

Unit 6: Peripheral Interface-2

Main Page: Peripheral Interface-2

List of Practicals

Electrical Engineering

(Any 4 out of 1 to 6)

  1. Speed control of DC shunt motor.
  2. Brake test on DC shunt motor.
  3. No load and blocked rotor test on 3 phase Induction Motor.
  4. Load test on 3 phase Induction Motor.
  5. Load test on single phase Induction Motor.
  6. Study of starters for AC and DC motors.

Electronics Engineering

(Any 4 out of 1 to 6)

  1. Interfacing of LED to blink after every 1 sec.
  2. Display data using serial communication.
  3. Interfacing of LCD to display the message and interface with keypad to display the key pressed.
  4. Interfacing of temperature sensor (LM35) and show output on LCD/serial terminal.
  5. Interfacing of strain gauge sensor and LVDT to measure the parameters.
  6. Study of interfacing accelerometer to change the speed of DC Motor.

Multiple Choice Questions

              Online Phase-I
Unit-1D. C. Machines
Unit-2Three Phase Induction Motors

             Online Phase-II
Unit-3Special Purpose Motors
Unit-4Introduction to Microcontrollers

Previous Year Questions


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