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Sl.No Chapter Name MP4 Download
1Lecture 01: Magnetic Circuit and TransformerDownload
2Lecture 02: Magnetising Current from B-H CurveDownload
3Lecture 03: Ideal Transformer, Dot Convention and Phasor DiagramDownload
4Lecture 04: Operation of Ideal Operation with Load ConnectedDownload
5Lecture 05: Equivalent Circuit of Ideal TransformerDownload
6Lecture 06: Rating of Single Phase Transformer: Rated Current and Rated Voltage with ExampleDownload
7Lecture 07: Transformer with Multiple CoilsDownload
8Lecture 08: Modelling of Practical Transformer - IDownload
9Lecture 09: Modelling of Practical Transformer - IIDownload
10Lecture 10: Modelling of Practical Transformer - IIIDownload
11Lecture 11: Core Loss - Eddy Current LossDownload
12Lecture 12: Factors on Eddy Current Loss DependsDownload
13Lecture 13: Hysteresis LossDownload
14Lecture 14: Exact Equivalent CircuitDownload
15Lecture 15: Approximate Equivalent CircuitDownload
16Lecture 16: Determination of Equivalent Circuit Parameters - No Load TestDownload
17Lecture 17: Short Circuit TestDownload
18Lecture 18: Choosing Sides to Carry Out O.C / S.C TestDownload
19Lecture 19: Efficiency of Transformer - LossesDownload
20Lecture 20: Efficiency (Contd.)Download
21Lecture 21: Condition for Maximum Efficiency When Load Power Factor ConstantDownload
22Lecture 22: Family of Efficiency Curve at Various Power Factor and Energy EfficiencyDownload
23Lecture 23: Load Description and Energy EfficiencyDownload
24Lecture 24: Regulation: its ExpressionDownload
25Lecture 25: Regulation: its Expression (Contd.)Download
26Lecture 26: Auto Transformer - IntroductionDownload
27Lecture 27: AutoTransformer versus Two Winding TransformerDownload
28Lecture 28: AutoTransformer versus Two Winding Transformer (Contd.)Download
29Lecture 29: Numerical Problems on Ideal Auto TransformerDownload
30Lecture 30: Two Winding Transformer Connected as Auto TransformerDownload
31Lecture 31: Practical Auto TransformerDownload
32Lecture 32: Equivalent Circuit of an Auto TransformerDownload
33Lecture 33: Polarity Test and Sumpner TestDownload
34Lecture 34: 3 Phase Transformer Using 3 Single Phase TransformerDownload
35Lecture 35: Various Connections of 3-Phase Transformer - IDownload
36Lecture 36: Various Connections of 3-Phase Transformer - IIDownload
37Lecture 37: Vector Group of 3-Phase TransformerDownload
38Lecture 38: Vector Group (Contd.)Download
39Lecture 39: Open Delta ConnectionDownload
40Lecture 40: 3-Phase Cone Type and Shell Type TransformerDownload
41Lecture 41: Zig Zag ConnectionDownload
42Lecture 42: Effect 3rd Harmonic Exciting Current and FluxDownload
43Lecture 43: Choosing Transformer ConnectionDownload
44Lecture 44: Choosing Transformer Connection (Contd.)Download
45Lecture 45: Phase Conversion using Transformer: Scott ConnectionDownload
46Lecture 46: Scott Connection (Contd.)Download
47Lecture 47: 3 Phase to 6 Phase Conversion O.C / S.C Test on 3 Phase TransformerDownload
48Lecture 48: Parallel Operation of Transformers - IDownload
49Lecture 49: Parallel Operation of Transformers - IIDownload
50Lecture 50: Parallel Operation of Transformers - IIIDownload
51Lecture 51: Specific Magnetic and Electric LoadingsDownload
52Lecture 52:Cooling of Transformer and Fillings of TransformerDownload
53Lecture 53: Output Equation of 3- Phase TransformerDownload
54Lecture 54: Introduction to D.C MachineDownload
55Lecture 55: Single Conductor D.C Generator / Motor OperationDownload
56Lecture 56: Homopolar D.C GeneratorDownload
57Lecture 57: Homopolar D.C MotorDownload
58Lecture 58: Introduction to Rotating D.C MachinesDownload
59Lecture 59: Armature Winding of D.C Machine - IDownload
60Lecture 60: Armature Winding of D.C Machine - IIDownload
61Lecture 61: Armature Winding of D.C Machine - IIIDownload
62Lecture 62: Generated Voltage Across the ArmatureDownload
63Lecture 63: Electromagnetic Troque in D.C MachineDownload
64Lecture 64: Generator and Motor Operation - BasicsDownload
65Lecture 65: O.C.C and Load Characteristic of Separately Excited GeneratorsDownload
66Lecture 66: Voltage Build Up in Shunt GeneratorDownload
67Lecture 67: Load Characteristic of Shunt GeneratorDownload
68Lecture 68: Qualitative Discussion on Armature ReactionDownload
69Lecture 69: Ill Effects of Armature ReactionDownload
70Lecture 70: Compensating and InterpolesDownload
71Lecture 71 : Armature Reaction (Contd.)Download
72Lecture 72 : Field Flux Density, Armature Flux Density and Resultant Field DistributionDownload
73Lecture 73 : Field Patterns for Both Motor and GeneratorsDownload
74Lecture 74 : Demagnetising and Cross Magnetising mmf for Brush Shifted MachineDownload
75Lecture 75 : Calculation of Compensating, Interpole and Series Field TurnsDownload
76Lecture 76 : Estimating Armature and Field Resistance from its RatingDownload
77Lecture 77 : Power Flow Diagram, Rotational LossDownload
78Lecture 78 : Shunt Motor: Basic EquationDownload
79Lecture 79 : Starting of D.C Motor - 3- Point StarterDownload
80Lecture 80 : Speed Control of Shunt Motor - IDownload
81Lecture 81 : Speed Control of Shunt Motor - IIDownload
82Lecture 82 : Speed Control of Shunt Motor - IIIDownload
83Lecture 83 : Field Control (Contd.)Download
84Lecture 84 : D.C Motor BrakingDownload
85Lecture 85 : Introduction to Series MotorDownload
86Lecture 86 : Series Motor CharacteristicsDownload
87Lecture 87 : Series Motor Speed ControlDownload
88Lecture 88 : Universal MotorDownload
89Lecture 89 : Swinburne TestDownload
90Lecture 90 : Hopkinson TestDownload
91Lecture 91 : Efficiency CalculationDownload
92Lecture 92 : Field Test on D.C Series MotorDownload
93Lecture 93 : Simplex Wave windingDownload
94Lecture 94 : Wave Winding (Contd.)Download

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1Lecture 01: Magnetic Circuit and TransformerDownload
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2Lecture 02: Magnetising Current from B-H CurveDownload
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3Lecture 03: Ideal Transformer, Dot Convention and Phasor DiagramDownload
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4Lecture 04: Operation of Ideal Operation with Load ConnectedDownload
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5Lecture 05: Equivalent Circuit of Ideal TransformerDownload
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6Lecture 06: Rating of Single Phase Transformer: Rated Current and Rated Voltage with ExampleDownload
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7Lecture 07: Transformer with Multiple CoilsDownload
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8Lecture 08: Modelling of Practical Transformer - IDownload
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9Lecture 09: Modelling of Practical Transformer - IIDownload
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10Lecture 10: Modelling of Practical Transformer - IIIDownload
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11Lecture 11: Core Loss - Eddy Current LossDownload
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12Lecture 12: Factors on Eddy Current Loss DependsDownload
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13Lecture 13: Hysteresis LossDownload
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14Lecture 14: Exact Equivalent CircuitDownload
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15Lecture 15: Approximate Equivalent CircuitDownload
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16Lecture 16: Determination of Equivalent Circuit Parameters - No Load TestDownload
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17Lecture 17: Short Circuit TestDownload
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18Lecture 18: Choosing Sides to Carry Out O.C / S.C TestDownload
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19Lecture 19: Efficiency of Transformer - LossesDownload
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20Lecture 20: Efficiency (Contd.)Download
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21Lecture 21: Condition for Maximum Efficiency When Load Power Factor ConstantDownload
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22Lecture 22: Family of Efficiency Curve at Various Power Factor and Energy EfficiencyDownload
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23Lecture 23: Load Description and Energy EfficiencyDownload
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24Lecture 24: Regulation: its ExpressionDownload
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25Lecture 25: Regulation: its Expression (Contd.)Download
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26Lecture 26: Auto Transformer - IntroductionDownload
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27Lecture 27: AutoTransformer versus Two Winding TransformerDownload
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28Lecture 28: AutoTransformer versus Two Winding Transformer (Contd.)Download
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29Lecture 29: Numerical Problems on Ideal Auto TransformerDownload
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30Lecture 30: Two Winding Transformer Connected as Auto TransformerDownload
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31Lecture 31: Practical Auto TransformerDownload
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32Lecture 32: Equivalent Circuit of an Auto TransformerDownload
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33Lecture 33: Polarity Test and Sumpner TestDownload
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34Lecture 34: 3 Phase Transformer Using 3 Single Phase TransformerDownload
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35Lecture 35: Various Connections of 3-Phase Transformer - IDownload
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36Lecture 36: Various Connections of 3-Phase Transformer - IIDownload
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37Lecture 37: Vector Group of 3-Phase TransformerDownload
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38Lecture 38: Vector Group (Contd.)Download
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39Lecture 39: Open Delta ConnectionDownload
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40Lecture 40: 3-Phase Cone Type and Shell Type TransformerDownload
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41Lecture 41: Zig Zag ConnectionDownload
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42Lecture 42: Effect 3rd Harmonic Exciting Current and FluxDownload
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43Lecture 43: Choosing Transformer ConnectionDownload
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44Lecture 44: Choosing Transformer Connection (Contd.)Download
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45Lecture 45: Phase Conversion using Transformer: Scott ConnectionDownload
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46Lecture 46: Scott Connection (Contd.)Download
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47Lecture 47: 3 Phase to 6 Phase Conversion O.C / S.C Test on 3 Phase TransformerDownload
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48Lecture 48: Parallel Operation of Transformers - IDownload
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49Lecture 49: Parallel Operation of Transformers - IIDownload
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50Lecture 50: Parallel Operation of Transformers - IIIDownload
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51Lecture 51: Specific Magnetic and Electric LoadingsDownload
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52Lecture 52:Cooling of Transformer and Fillings of TransformerDownload
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53Lecture 53: Output Equation of 3- Phase TransformerDownload
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54Lecture 54: Introduction to D.C MachineDownload
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55Lecture 55: Single Conductor D.C Generator / Motor OperationDownload
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56Lecture 56: Homopolar D.C GeneratorDownload
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57Lecture 57: Homopolar D.C MotorDownload
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58Lecture 58: Introduction to Rotating D.C MachinesDownload
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59Lecture 59: Armature Winding of D.C Machine - IDownload
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60Lecture 60: Armature Winding of D.C Machine - IIDownload
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61Lecture 61: Armature Winding of D.C Machine - IIIDownload
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62Lecture 62: Generated Voltage Across the ArmatureDownload
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63Lecture 63: Electromagnetic Troque in D.C MachineDownload
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64Lecture 64: Generator and Motor Operation - BasicsDownload
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65Lecture 65: O.C.C and Load Characteristic of Separately Excited GeneratorsDownload
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66Lecture 66: Voltage Build Up in Shunt GeneratorDownload
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67Lecture 67: Load Characteristic of Shunt GeneratorDownload
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68Lecture 68: Qualitative Discussion on Armature ReactionDownload
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69Lecture 69: Ill Effects of Armature ReactionDownload
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70Lecture 70: Compensating and InterpolesDownload
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71Lecture 71 : Armature Reaction (Contd.)Download
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72Lecture 72 : Field Flux Density, Armature Flux Density and Resultant Field DistributionDownload
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73Lecture 73 : Field Patterns for Both Motor and GeneratorsDownload
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74Lecture 74 : Demagnetising and Cross Magnetising mmf for Brush Shifted MachineDownload
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75Lecture 75 : Calculation of Compensating, Interpole and Series Field TurnsDownload
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76Lecture 76 : Estimating Armature and Field Resistance from its RatingDownload
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77Lecture 77 : Power Flow Diagram, Rotational LossDownload
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78Lecture 78 : Shunt Motor: Basic EquationDownload
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79Lecture 79 : Starting of D.C Motor - 3- Point StarterDownload
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80Lecture 80 : Speed Control of Shunt Motor - IDownload
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81Lecture 81 : Speed Control of Shunt Motor - IIDownload
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82Lecture 82 : Speed Control of Shunt Motor - IIIDownload
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83Lecture 83 : Field Control (Contd.)Download
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84Lecture 84 : D.C Motor BrakingDownload
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85Lecture 85 : Introduction to Series MotorDownload
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86Lecture 86 : Series Motor CharacteristicsDownload
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87Lecture 87 : Series Motor Speed ControlDownload
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88Lecture 88 : Universal MotorDownload
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89Lecture 89 : Swinburne TestDownload
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90Lecture 90 : Hopkinson TestDownload
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91Lecture 91 : Efficiency CalculationDownload
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92Lecture 92 : Field Test on D.C Series MotorDownload
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93Lecture 93 : Simplex Wave windingDownload
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94Lecture 94 : Wave Winding (Contd.)Download
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