Electrical & Electronics Engineering lab-1
Code: ECL101
This Laboratory introduces the practical aspect of Electrical and Electronics engineering, covering most of the vital aspects of the theory such as verification of network theorems, resonance in RLC series and parallel circuit, to measure power and power factor in a three - phase circuit by Two Wattmeter method. Students also learn how to use DMM in various mode like voltmeter, ammeter in DC and AC mode. In this lab, Students can correlate the theoretical concepts with practical for better understanding of the subject.
The laboratory is well equipped with the Kits as well as students can assemble circuits temporarily on bread board to perform the experiments. The students are provided with a comprehensive lab. Manual, covering the theory, the circuit diagrams, the reading to be taken, their interpretation and conclusions drawn to help the students to perform the experiments with full understanding.
LIST OF EXPERIMENTS
1. Familiarization of electronics component and equipments like C.R.O, Function generator and power supplies.
Scope: This experiment briefs the students about basic equipments used in the electrical and electronics lab and how to use them while performing experiments.
2. To verify Kirchoff’s current law (KCL) and voltage law (KVL) on resistive circuit with D.C input.
Scope: This experiment is very necessary for understanding the fundamentals of electrical and electronics engineering and its application to circuits and networks as all other theorems and laws are based on this.
3. To verify Thevenin theorem.
Scope: Important network reduction technique and used to analyze a given circuit for different values of a given resistor.
4. To verify Norton theorem.
Scope: Important network reduction technique and used to analyze a given circuit for different values of a given resistor.
5. To verify Reciprocity theorem both in ac and dc.
Scope: This experiment is performed to understand the basic circuit property of relation between excitation and response.
6 To verify Superposition theorem in dc circuits.
Scope: This experiment is performed on network with multiple sources and to understand the response across any element is due to superposition of all sources.
7. To verify Maximum power transfer theorem in dc circuits.
Scope: This experiment is performed to understand the concept and criteria of power transfer from source to load.
8. To verify Maximum power transfer theorem in ac circuits.
Scope: This experiment establishes the change in conditions required for power transfer from source to the load in ac circuits.
9. To conduct frequency response of a series R-L-C circuit to
(i)Work out resonance frequency and phasor diagram, Q - factor, band width.
(ii)Draw frequency Vs Cosf curve.
Scope: This experiment is based on resonance phenomenon occurring in series R-L-C circuits and finds immense application in Communication system.
10.To conduct frequency response of a parallel R-L-C circuit, to work out resonance frequency, Q factor, bandwidth.
Scope: This experiment is to make students aware of the resonance phenomenon occurring in parallel circuits and finds application in tuned circuits, filters etc.
11. To measure power and power factor in a three - phase circuit by Two Wattmeter method.
Scope: This experiment is to give the concept of three phase power and its measurement technique in Star as well as delta connection of three phase circuits.
12. To find the value of Hall coefficients.
Scope: This experiment gives an insight about the Hall effect which is required for understanding the effect of magnetic field on current carrying conductors.
13. To measure Power and power factor by three ammeters method.
Scope: This experiment is to understand the basic of any ac circuits i.e power and power measurement, to draw phasor diagram and to understand the concept of power factor and its implications.
Value Added Experiments
14. Simulation of Series RLC circuit using MATLAB/PSPICE.
Scope: This experiment will introduce to the students various simulation techniques.
15. Simulation of Parallel RLC circuit using MATLAB/PSPICE.
Scope: This experiment is to make the students aware about the simulation techniques which can be used for electrical and electronics circuits.

Code: ECL101

This Laboratory introduces the practical aspect of Electrical and Electronics engineering, covering most of the vital aspects of the theory such as verification of network theorems, resonance in RLC series and parallel circuit, to measure power and power factor in a three - phase circuit by Two Wattmeter method. Students also learn how to use DMM in various mode like voltmeter, ammeter in DC and AC mode. In this lab, Students can correlate the theoretical concepts with practical for better understanding of the subject. The laboratory is well equipped with the Kits as well as students can assemble circuits temporarily on bread board to perform the experiments. The students are provided with a comprehensive lab. Manual, covering the theory, the circuit diagrams, the reading to be taken, their interpretation and conclusions drawn to help the students to perform the experiments with full understanding. 

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS

1. Familiarization of electronics component and equipments like C.R.O, Function generator and power supplies. 
Scope: This experiment briefs the students about basic equipments used in the electrical and electronics lab and how to use them while performing experiments. 
2. To verify Kirchoff’s current law (KCL) and voltage law (KVL) on resistive circuit with D.C input.
Scope: This experiment is very necessary for understanding the fundamentals of electrical and electronics engineering and its application to circuits and networks as all other theorems and laws are based on this. 
3. To verify Thevenin theorem. 
Scope: Important network reduction technique and used to analyze a given circuit for different values of a given resistor.
4. To verify Norton theorem.
Scope: Important network reduction technique and used to analyze a given circuit for different values of a given resistor.
5. To verify Reciprocity theorem both in ac and dc.
Scope: This experiment is performed to understand the basic circuit property of relation between excitation and response.
6 To verify Superposition theorem in dc circuits.
Scope: This experiment is performed on network with multiple sources and to understand the response across any element is due to superposition of all sources.
7. To verify Maximum power transfer theorem in dc circuits. 
Scope: This experiment is performed to understand the concept and criteria of power transfer from source to load.
8. To verify Maximum power transfer theorem in ac circuits.
Scope: This experiment establishes the change in conditions required for power transfer from source to the load in ac circuits.
9. To conduct frequency response of a series R-L-C circuit to
(i)Work out resonance frequency and phasor diagram, Q - factor, band width.
(ii)Draw frequency Vs Cosf curve.
Scope: This experiment is based on resonance phenomenon occurring in series R-L-C circuits and finds immense application in Communication system. 
10.To conduct frequency response of a parallel R-L-C circuit, to work out resonance frequency, Q factor, bandwidth. 
Scope: This experiment is to make students aware of the resonance phenomenon occurring in parallel circuits and finds application in tuned circuits, filters etc.
11. To measure power and power factor in a three - phase circuit by Two Wattmeter method.
Scope: This experiment is to give the concept of three phase power and its measurement technique in Star as well as delta connection of three phase circuits.
12. To find the value of Hall coefficients.
Scope: This experiment gives an insight about the Hall effect which is required for understanding the effect of magnetic field on current carrying conductors.
13. To measure Power and power factor by three ammeters method.
Scope: This experiment is to understand the basic of any ac circuits i.e power and power measurement, to draw phasor diagram and to understand the concept of power factor and its implications. 

Value Added Experiments

 14. Simulation of Series RLC circuit using MATLAB/PSPICE.
Scope: This experiment will introduce to the students various simulation techniques.
15. Simulation of Parallel RLC circuit using MATLAB/PSPICE.
Scope: This experiment is to make the students aware about the simulation techniques which can be used for electrical and electronics circuits.

 
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