**University of Roorkee**

**U.G. Programme**

**Third Year**

**Autumn Semester : EE 301 Circuit Theory II**

This is a second course on circuit theores and deals with detailed trea tment of single & multi port networks, computer aided analysis of network, an d network synthesis.

**EE 303 Electromagnetic Field Theory**

This is an basic course dealing with electrostatics, magnetostatics, t ime varying fields and electromagnetic waves and numerical solution.

**EE 305 Electrical Machines III**

This is a third course on electrical machines and deals with theory o f synchronous machines, voltage regulation, synchronous motors, parallel o peration of alternators and transient analysis of synchronous generator .

**EE 307 Power System - I**

This is a starting course in the area of power system and cont ains introduction to transmission & distribution system (AC/DC) along with details of distribution system, types of conductors, choice of voltage, co nductor size, under ground cable, tariff and HVDC systems.

**EE 309 Digital Electronics Circuits and Systems**

This is second course on electronics and deal with number systems,

boolean algebra, logic gates, flip flops, monostable - and astable- multivibr ators, logic and sequential circuits, D/A and A/D converters.

Besides these courses, the students undertake the following three courses o f other departments:

HS-302 | Economics and Principles of Management . |

Pool Elective - I . | |

Pool Elective - II |

There are number of courses offered by different departments for Pool Elective-I and Pool Elective-II. The students have the option to select c ourses of their choice as pool electives.

The students have one unit as Group Discussion and Viva-Voce. They are d ivided into number of sub-groups and disscuss on the given topic. This group dis cussion helps them to shade their hesitation and participate freely in group dis cussions.

**EE 302 Power System Analysis**

This is a second course on power system which handles sys tem representation, formation of network matrices, short circuit studies, l oad- flow and stability studies.

**EE 304 System Theory**

This is course deals with introduction to systems concepts & th eir classifications, dynamic system modelling using transfer funct ions, system analysis and system optimization.

**EE 306 Microprocessors**

This is a foundation course and contains mp-architecture, semiconduc tor memories, mp- instruction set, software, interfacing techniques and m p-applications.

**EE 308 Power Electronics **

This is basic course and deals with introduction to solid state power devices & operation of phase controlled converters, choppers, inverters and cycloconverters.