# JNTUH CSE-AIML EE108ES/EE208ES: BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LAB

#### Course Objectives:

 To analyze a given network by applying various electrical laws and network theorems
 To know the response of electrical circuits for different excitations
 To calculate, measure and know the relation between basic electrical parameters.
 To analyze the performance characteristics of DC and AC electrical machines
Course Outcomes:
 Get an exposure to basic electrical laws.
 Understand the response of different types of electrical circuits to different excitations.
 Understand the measurement, calculation and relation between the basic electrical parameters
 Understand the basic characteristics of transformers and electrical machines.
List of experiments/demonstrations:
1. Verification of Ohms Law
2. Verification of KVL and KCL
3. Transient Response of Series RL and RC circuits using DC excitation
4. Transient Response of RLC Series circuit using DC excitation
5. Resonance in series RLC circuit
6. Calculations and Verification of Impedance and Current of RL, RC and RLC series circuits
7. Measurement of Voltage, Current and Real Power in primary and Secondary Circuits of a Single-Phase Transformer
8. Load Test on Single Phase Transformer (Calculate Efficiency and Regulation)
9. Three Phase Transformer: Verification of Relationship between Voltages and Currents (StarDelta, Delta-Delta, Delta-star, Star-Star)
10. Measurement of Active and Reactive Power in a balanced Three-phase circuit
11. Performance Characteristics of a Separately/Self Excited DC Shunt/Compound Motor
12. Torque-Speed Characteristics of a Separately/Self Excited DC Shunt/Compound Motor
13. Performance Characteristics of a Three-phase Induction Motor
14. Torque-Speed Characteristics of a Three-phase Induction Motor
15. No-Load Characteristics of a Three-phase Alternator

## CSE-AIML

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