About Electrical Circuits and Measurement Lab

In this Lab, students can create their electric circuits and do measurements on them. The students can use resistors, light bulbs, switches, capacitors, and coils in the circuits. The lab is equipped with AC/DC power supplies, ammeters, voltmeters, wattmeters, and ohmmeters, along with facilities where data can be collected. Finally, students can analyze the collected data by developing graphs of the record and use the graphs in the conclusion tool.

  • Verification of Thevenin's and Norton's Theorem
  • Verification of Maximum Power Transfer Theorem
  • Verification of Superposition Theorem
  • Analysis of Series and Parallel Resonant Circuits
  • Measurement of Low Resistance using Kelvin Double Bridge
  • Measurement of Medium Resistance using Wheatstone Bridge
  • Measurement of Inductance using Maxwell's Bridge and Determine Q factor
  • Measurement of Capacitance using De Sauty's Bridge
  • Determination of Ratio error and phase angle error in current transformer using Silsbee method
  • Measurement of Linear displacement using LVDT.
  • Measurement of temperature using Thermocouple .al's/experiments carried out in Lab

Major Equipment used in the lab

  • Kelvin Double Bridge
  • Wheatstone Bridge
  • Maxwell's Bridge
  • De Sauty's Bridge

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