Network Theory (EEE2001)
Credits : 4
Reference Material: Fundamentals of Electric Circuits
Topics included: Review of Phasors. Nodal Analysis, Mesh Analysis, Thevenin’s Theorem, Norton’s Theorem, Maximum Power Transfer Theorem and Superposition Theorem for circuits with independent and dependent sinusoidal sources
Topics included: Circuit Models of R, L and C in s-Domain. Application of Laplace Transforms to integro-differential equations of RL, RC and RLC circuits. Transfer Function. Impulse Response of RL and RC Circuits and Response to any other sources using convolution integral
Topics included: Circuit Analysis with zero & non zero initial conditions in s-domain. Pole-Zero Maps. Network Stability
Topics included: Trigonometric Fourier Series for Non-Sinusoidal Functions. Circuit Analysis. Average Power and RMS Values using Fourier Coefficients. Exponential Fourier Series.
Topics included: Fourier Transform for commonly used periodic and aperiodic functions. Circuit Analysis in frequency domain. Energy in the signal using Parseval’s Theorem.
Topics included: Review of Frequency Response of RL, RC and RLC circuits. Passive Filters– Low Pass, High Pass, Band Pass and Band Stop. Magnitude and Frequency Scaling.
Topics included: Introduction to Two-Port Networks - Impedance and Admittance parameters, Transmission and Hybrid Parameters. Relationship between parameter, Interconnection of Networks