Basic Electrical Technology

Course Description


In this course, Professor Loganathan Umanand, Department of Power Electronics Group, CEDT, IISC, Bangalore (NPTEL), gives 39 video lectures on the basic concepts of Electrical Technology. Some of the topics covered are: Passive Components, Sources, Krichoff's Law, Modelling of Circuit, Analysis Using MatLab, Sinusoidal Steady State, Transfer Function, Pole Zero Domain, The Sinusoid, Phasor Analysis, Power Factor and Ports, Transformer Basics, DC Machines, DC Generators, DC Motors, Three Phase System, Induction Motor, Synchronous Machine and many more.



The original name for this course is: Electrical - Basic Electrical Technology.

Basic Electrical Technology

Professor Loganathan Umanand in Lecture 1: Introduction.
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Video Lectures & Study Materials

# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Introduction: Part 1 and 2 (46:37) Play Video
3 Passive Components (1:02:18) Play Video
4 Sources (59:29) Play Video
5 Krichoff's Law (51:53) Play Video
6 Modelling of Circuit I (58:31) Play Video
7 Modeling of Circuit II (58:03) Play Video
8 Analysis Using MatLab (59:53) Play Video
9 Sinusoidal Steady State (58:00) Play Video
10 Transfer Function and Pole Zero Domain (59:58) Play Video
11 Transfer Function & Pole Zero (1:00:07) Play Video
12 The Sinusoid (1:01:54) Play Video
13 Phasor Analysis I (1:00:18) Play Video
14 Phasor Analysis II (1:02:56) Play Video
15 Power Factor (57:00) Play Video
16 Power Ports Play Video
17 Transformer Basics I (58:34) Play Video
18 Transformer Basics II (1:00:06) Play Video
19 Transformer Basics III (54:15) Play Video
20 The Practical Transformer I (58:32) Play Video
21 The Practical Transformer II (1:00:13) Play Video
22 The Practical Transformer III (1:01:55) Play Video
23 DC Machine I (1:01:06) Play Video
24 DC Machines II (58:55) Play Video
25 DC Generators I (59:53) Play Video
26 DC Generators II (1:01:02) Play Video
27 DC Motors I (1:01:47) Play Video
28 DC Motors II (1:01:47) Play Video
29 DC Motors III (1:01:56) Play Video
30 Three Phase System I (1:01:00) Play Video
31 Three Phase System II (1:00:53) Play Video
32 Three Phase System III (1:00:59) Play Video
33 Three Phase System IV (1:01:11) Play Video
34 Three Phase Transformer I (1:01:18) Play Video
35 Three Phase Transformer II (1:01:37) Play Video
36 Induction Motor I (1:01:00) Play Video
37 Induction Motor II (1:01:38) Play Video
38 Induction Motor III (59:44) Play Video
39 Induction Motor IV (57:58) Play Video
40 Synchronous Machine (1:03:35) Play Video

Comments

Displaying 8 comments:

GOUTHAMI wrote 7 years ago.
WE WANT MORE PRACTICAL EXPLANATION.

R.sivakumar wrote 7 years ago.
thank you.we expect with practical(various load condition
with CRO at site)


PATTABHIRAM P V wrote 8 years ago.
sir these lectures are excellent

Karlomagne wrote 9 years ago.
I have listened through all of your lecture on the
introduction part of the course and found it inspiring. I
needed a review of my course and you people just provided it
to me. Thank you


Karlomagne wrote 9 years ago.
I have listened through all of your lecture on the
introduction part of the course and found it inspiring. I
needed a review of my course and you people just provided it
to me. Thank you


Karlomagne wrote 9 years ago.
i have listened through all of your lecture about the
introduction and found it very helpful and inspiring. i
needed a thorough review of my course and you people just
provided it to me, thank you so much.


madscirat wrote 10 years ago.
Woot 4 Nptel Stanford MIT and all the organizations helping
to make knowledge free


Sachin wrote 10 years ago.
Hello sir,

Here you said that both the rotor and generator will hold on
to the same shaft and you gave a direct connection from the
gen to excite the rotor but if the generator rotates along
with the rotor it will be stationary with respect to the
shaft so no current is produced. so there must be a
different mechanism...
You can see this at 21:50 time


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