# Summary Of Syllabus

1.0 UNIT ASSOCIATED WITH BASIC ELECTRICAL QUANTITIE
SI units, charges, force, work, power, electrical potential and e.m.f., resistance and conductance, electrical power and energy, summary of terms, unit and their symbols.

2.0 CELLS AND BATTERIES
General features of batteries, Primary and secondary cells, series and parallel cells; current drain depends on load resistance, internal resistance of a generator.

3.0 INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRIC CIRCUIT
Standard symbols for electrical components, electric current and quantity of electricity, potential difference, resistance and resistivity, Ohm’s law, series circuit – equivalent series resistance and the voltage divider, parallel circuit – equivalent
parallel resistance and the current divider. Combination of series and parallel circuits. Introduction to Delta–Star transformation. Electrical power and energy, main effects of electric current.

4.0 DC EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT AND NETWORK THEOREMS
Introduction to methods of analysis for resistive circuits, node and mesh, Kirchoff’s Current Law and Kirchoff’s Voltage Law, Thevenin’s Theorem, Norton’s Theorem, Superposition Theorem, Maximum Power Transfer Theorem.

5.0 CAPACITORS AND CAPACITANCE
Capacitance, capacitor construction, capacitance equivalent circuits for series and parallel connections, energy storage, capacitor current, single Capacitor DC-excited circuits.

6.0 INDUCTORS AND INDUCTANCE
Inductance, inductor construction, inductance equivalent circuits for series and parallel connections, inductor voltage and current relation, energy storage, single-inductor DC-Excited circuits.

7.0MAGNETIC,CIRCUIT,ELECTROMAGNETISM AND ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION
Magnetic fields, magnetic flux, flux density, magneto motive force, magnetic field strength, permeability, b-h curve, reluctance, composite series magnetic circuit, comparison between electrical and magnetic quantities, hysteresis. Magnetic field due to electric current, electromagnets, introduction to electromagnetic induction, laws of electromagnetic induction.