Basic Electrical Technology
Basic Electrical Technology. Instructor: Prof. L. Umanand, Department of Electrical Engineering, IISc Bangalore. The course is structured into three components: electrical essentials, electromagnetic domains, and electromagnetomechanical domains. The first part of the course will focus on electrical essentials which are really essential for any electrical engineer to operate on the electrical technology. The second part will focus on electrical equipments in the electromagnetic domains, mainly transformers. The third part focuses on the electromagnetomechanical domain. What it basically means is the energy flows through the electrical domain, the magnetic domain and the mechanical domain which are the machines.
(from nptel.ac.in)
Lecture 01  Introduction 
Lecture 03  Passive Components: Energy Flow, Resistors, Capacitors, Inductors 
Lecture 04  Electrical Sources 
Lecture 05  Kirchhoff's Laws 
Lecture 06  Modeling of Circuits 
Lecture 07  Modeling of Circuits (cont.) 
Lecture 08  Analysis using MATLAB 
Lecture 09  Sinusoidal Steady State Analysis 
Lecture 10  Transfer Function and Pole Zero Domain 
Lecture 11  Transfer Function and Pole Zero Domain (cont.) 
Lecture 12  The Sinusoid 
Lecture 13  Phasor Analysis 
Lecture 14  Phasor Analysis (cont.) 
Lecture 15  Power Factor 
Lecture 16  Power Ports 
Lecture 17  Transformer Basics: Ampere's Law, Hysteresis Loss 
Lecture 18  Transformer Basics: Eddy Current Loss, Phasor Diagram, Symbolic Form 
Lecture 19  Transformer Basics: Power Transformer 
Lecture 20  The Practical Transformer: Features of the Ideal Transformer 
Lecture 21  The Practical Transformer: Equivalent Circuit of a Practical Transformer 
Lecture 22  The Practical Transformer (cont.) 
Lecture 23  DC Machines: DC Generator 
Lecture 24  DC Machines: The Structure of the DC Generator 
Lecture 25  DC Generators: Excitation Methods 
Lecture 26  DC Generators: Equivalent Circuit of the DC Generator 
Lecture 27  Modeling of the DC Generator (cont.), DC Motors 
Lecture 28  DC Motors: Armature Side Speed Control, Excitation Methods 
Lecture 29  DC Motors: Compound Motors, Modeling of the DC Motor 
Lecture 30  Dynamic Model of the DC Motor (cont.), Three Phase System 
Lecture 31  Three Phase System: Star Circuit, Delta Circuit 
Lecture 32  Three Phase System: Star Circuit, Delta Circuit (cont.) 
Lecture 33  Three Phase System with Unbalanced Loads 
Lecture 34  Three Phase Transformer 
Lecture 35  Three Phase Transformer (cont.), Induction Motor 
Lecture 36  Induction Motor: Rotating Magnetic Field Generation 
Lecture 37  Induction Motor: Synchronous Frequency, Torque Characteristics, Active Power Flows 
Lecture 38  Induction Motor: Equivalent Circuit 
Lecture 39  Induction Motor: Applications 
Lecture 40  Synchronous Machine 
References 
Basic Electrical Technology
Instructor: Prof. L. Umanand, Department of Electrical Engineering, IISc Bangalore. The course is structured into three components: electrical essentials, electromagnetic domains, and electromagnetomechanical domains.
