Ganesh N Jadhav

Assistant Professor

Hello, I am Prof. Ganesh N. Jadhav working as an Assistant Professor in Electrical Engineeering at K.K. Wagh Institute of Engineering Education and Research, Nashik, Maharashtra, India 422003. I am working in the field of engineering education from last 14 years. I completed diploma from Govt Polytechnic, Solapur (1999), graduation in electrical engineering from Govt College of Engineering, Chandrapur from Nagpur University (2002) and post graduation from College of Engineering, Pune from Pune University (2004).

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Welcome to course on Basic Electrical Engineering. All disciplines of engineering has to undergo this course as a core subject. Electricity is very important in our day-to-day life. It is necessary to understand basic electrical for every engineer. This course is specially designed for undergraduate students of engineering. 

Course Content:

Module 01:

Basic Concept of emf, potential difference, current and resistance, resistance temperature of coefficient, insulation resistance

Module 02:

Work, power energy, conversion of energy from one form to another form in electrical, mechanical and thermal system

Module 03:

Magnetic field magnetic effect of an electric current dot and cross conventions, Right hand thumb rule, Maxwell’s Corkscrew rule, Nature of magnetic, field straight conductor circular coil solenoid, toroid, magnetic field,  Important definitions magnetic circuits composite series and parallel, comparison between magnetic and electric circuit

Module 04:

Magnetizing force on current carrying conductor Fleming’s Left hand rule Electromagnetic induction, Faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction, direction of induced e.m.f., dynamically and statically induced e.m.f., statically induced e.m.f.

Module 05:

Electrostatic field, electric flux density, electric field strength, absolute and relative permittivity, capacitance, capacitor, composite dielectric capacitor, capacitors in series and parallel, energy stored in capacitor, charging and discharging of capacitors.

Module 06:

Sinusoidal voltage and currents, their mathematical and graphical reprentation, concept of cycle, period, frequency, instantaneous, peak, average and rms values, peak and form factor, phase difference, rectangular and polar representation of phasors, Single phase AC circuits, AC through pure R,L and C,

Module 07:

Series and parallel RLC circuits and its analysis, real, reactive and apparent power, power factor

Module 08:

Polyphase circuit, balanced and unbalanced supply and load, star and delta connection and its analysis using phasor diagram, power in three phase circuit.

Module 09:

Classification of electrical network, Kirchhoff's law and their applications, Simplification of network using series and parallel combination, ideal and practical voltage and current source, Start delta conversion, Superposition Theorem, Thevenin’s theorem

Module 10:

Single Phase Transformer, construction, working, emf equation, voltage and current ratios, losses, definition of regulation and efficiency, auto transformer

Course content

  • Learning Outcome:

  • Module 1: Elementary Concepts

  • Module 2: Work, Power and Energy

  • Module 3: Electromagnetism

  • Module 4: Electromagnetic Induction

  • Phase-I Feedback Form

  • Module 5: Electrostatic field

  • Module 6: AC Fundamentals

  • Module 7: Single Phase AC circuits

  • Module 9: DC Circuits

  • Module 8: Polyphase AC circuit

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