Network Analysis and synthesis
Contact Hours and Credits: ( 3 -0- 0 ) 3
To make the students capable of analyzing any given electrical network.
To make the students learn how to synthesize an electrical network from a given impedance/admittance function.
Network concept. Elements and sources. Kirchoff’s laws. Tellegen’s theorem. Network equilibrium equations. Node and Mesh method. Source superposition. Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorems. Network graphs.
First and second order networks. State equations. Transient response. Network functions. Determination of the natural frequencies and mode vectors from network functions.
Sinusoidal steady-state analysis. Maximum power-transfer theorem. Resonance. Equivalent and dual networks. Design of equalizers.
Two-port network parameters. Interconnection of two port networks. Barlett’s bisection theorem. Image and Iterative parameters. Design of attenuators.
Two-terminal network synthesis. Properties of Hurwitz polynomial and Positive real function. Synthesis of LC, RC and RL Networks, Foster Forms and Cauer Forms.
Students are able to
CO1: apply the knowledge of basic circuital law and simplify the network using reduction techniques
CO2: Analyze the circuit using Kirchhoff’s law and Network simplification theorems
CO3: Infer and evaluate transient response, Steady state response, network functions
CO4: Obtain the maximum power transfer to the load , and Analyze the series resonant and parallel resonant circuit
CO5: evaluate two-port network parameters , design attenuators and equalizers
CO6: Synthesize one port network using Foster and Cauer Forms.
Hayt W. H., Kemmerly J. E. and Durbin S. M., “Engineering Circuit Analysis”, 6th Ed., Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd.,2008.
Valkenberg V., “Network Analysis”, 3rd Ed., Prentice Hall International Edition., 2007.
Valkenberg V., “Network Synthesis.
Kuo F. F., “Network Analysis and Synthesis”, 2nd Ed., Wiley India., 2008.