Electrical Engineering (EE) Crash Course:This crash course in Electrical Engineering (EE) provides a comprehensive overview of the key topics and concepts within the field. It is designed to give students a solid foundation in the fundamentals of electrical engineering, preparing them for more advanced studies in the discipline. The course covers a wide range of subjects, including electric circuits, network theory, electromagnetic field theory, electrical machines, power systems, control systems, electrical and electronic measurements, analog and digital electronics, power electronics, signal and systems, engineering mathematics, and microprocessor and micro-controller (MPC) technology.
Course Outline:1.
Electric Circuits & Network Theory:- Introduction to electric circuits
- Circuit elements and their behavior
- Techniques for circuit analysis
- Network theorems and their applications
- Introduction to network synthesis
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Electromagnetic Field Theory:- Introduction to electromagnetic fields
- Electrostatics and magnetostatics
- Maxwell's equations and electromagnetic waves
- Transmission lines and waveguides
- Antennas and radiating systems
3.
Electrical Machines:- Introduction to electrical machines
- DC machines and their characteristics
- AC machines and their principles of operation
- Transformers and their applications
- Special machines and their applications
4.
Power Systems:- Introduction to power systems
- Power generation, transmission, and distribution
- Power system components and their characteristics
- Load flow analysis and fault analysis
- Power system stability and control
5.
Control Systems:- Introduction to control systems
- Mathematical modeling of control systems
- Feedback control systems and their stability
- Control system design and analysis
- Digital control systems
6.
Electrical & Electronic Measurements:- Introduction to electrical and electronic measurements
- Measurement errors and uncertainty analysis
- Measurement instruments and techniques
- Electrical and electronic transducers
- Data acquisition and signal conditioning
7.
Analog & Digital Electronics:- Introduction to analog and digital electronics
- Semiconductor devices and their characteristics
- Amplifiers and their applications
- Digital logic gates and circuits
- Analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters
8.
Power Electronics:- Introduction to power electronics
- Power semiconductor devices and their characteristics
- Power electronic converters and their applications
- Switching power supplies and inverters
- Motor drives and power control
9.
Signal and Systems:- Introduction to signals and systems
- Continuous-time and discrete-time signals
- System properties and classifications
- Fourier series and transforms
- Laplace and z-transforms
10.
Engineering Mathematics:- Mathematical functions and their properties
- Differential and integral calculus
- Differential equations and their applications
- Linear algebra and matrix theory
- Probability and statistics
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Microprocessor & Micro-Controller (MPC):- Introduction to microprocessors and micro-controllers
- Architecture and organization of microprocessors
- Memory and I/O interfacing
- Assembly language programming
- Applications of microprocessors and micro-controllers
This crash course in Electrical Engineering (EE) covers the essential topics and concepts within the field, providing students with a solid understanding of the fundamentals. By the end of the course, students will have a strong foundation in electrical engineering principles and will be well-prepared for more advanced studies or professional work in the field.
This course is helpful for the following exams: Electrical Engineering (EE), GATE