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PRACTICAL WORK BOOK For Academic Session 201 3 BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (EE-113) For F.E (EE) Name: Roll Number: Class: Batch: Semester /Term : Department : Department of Electrical Engineering NED University of Engineering & Technolo gy
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Principles of Electrical Engineering Contents NED University of Engineering and Technology Department of Electrical Engineering Revised 2013 IAA CONTENTS Lab. No. Dated List of Experiments Page No. Remarks 1 Introduction to the measuring methods of Resistance and Capacitance. 1-8 2 To verify the following two equivalent forms of Ohm ’s Law: (a) Express I as a function of V and R. (b) Express V as a function of I and R. 9-13 3 To investigate the characteristics of a series DC circuit. 14-19 4 To investigate the characteristics of a parallel DC circuit. 20-24 5 To verify experime ntally Kirchhoff’s Voltage and Current laws. 25-29 6 To become familiar with Star/Delta conversion and calculate power dissipated in each configuration. 30-35 7 To verify superposition principle in DC circuits. 36-40 8 To determine by analysis the values V TH (Thevenin voltage) and R TH (Thevenin resistance) in a dc circuit containing a single voltage source. Also obtain the voltage across and current passing through R L . 41-46
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Principles of Electrical Engineering Contents NED University of Engineering and Technology Department of Electrical Engineering Revised 2013 IAA 9 To verify Norton’s Theorem and the theory of source transformation. 47-53 10 To note the effect of frequency on basic R, L and C components. 54-60 11 i. To verify experimentally that the impedance Z of a series RL circuit is given by the equation: Z = √( R 2 + X 2 ) ii. To measure the phase angle ‘θ’ between voltage V and the current I. iii. To verify experimentally that following expression hold true for the RL circuit. V = V R + jV L (vector sum). V = √ ( V R 2 + V L 2 ). (Magnitude). V R = V cos θ. V L = V sin θ. 61-68 12 To study the working of a transformer. 69-71 13 To study the Construction of DC Machine (Parts of DC Machine) 72-76 14 To determine and compare the characteristics of DC Shunt Generator and DC separately-excited generator. 77-80 15 To study The Three Phase AC induction motors and their parts. 81-88 16 To verify double field revolving theory with the help of single phase induction motor. 89-91
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Measuring methods for R and C NED University of Engineering and Technology Department of Electrical Engineering 1 LAB SESSION 01 OBJECTIVE: Introduction to the Measuring Methods of Resistance and Capacitance EQUIPMENTS REQUIRED: Different Valued Resistors, Capacitors VOM (Volt-Ohm- Milliammeter) DMM (Digital Multimeter) THEORY & PROCEDURE: NOTE: The purpose of this experiment is to acquaint you with the equipment, so do not rush. Learn how to read the meter scales accurately, and take your data carefully.
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  • Spring '16
  • JUMAI
  • Resistor, Electrical resistance, Electrical impedance, Thévenin's theorem, NED University of Engineering and Technology, NED University

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