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Electrical Lab Experiments

Welcome to our comprehensive collection of Electrical Laboratory Experiments, complete with a detailed manual to guide you through each session. This curated list encompasses a range of experiments designed to provide students with hands-on experience in the fascinating realm of Electrical and Electronics engineering. The accompanying manual serves as an invaluable companion, offering a structured approach to each experiment, ensuring clarity in understanding the apparatus required, step-by-step procedures, meticulous observation guidelines, and a systematic recording of results.

Each experiment has been meticulously crafted to cover key concepts and principles, allowing students to apply theoretical knowledge to practical scenarios. The manual not only facilitates a smooth execution of the experiments but also includes viva questions to stimulate critical thinking and reinforce theoretical foundations. Whether you are a novice or an experienced learner, this compilation is a comprehensive resource that aims to enhance your understanding of Electrical phenomena through a structured and engaging laboratory experience.

Experiment list of Electrical Lab

  1. 1. To conduct Open circuit and Short circuit tests on single phase transformer
  2. 2. To measure the displacement and to determine the characteristics of LVDT (Linear Variable Differential Transformer).
  3. 3. To plot the transistor (BJT) characteristics of CE configuration.
  4. 4. To find the forward and reverse bias characteristics of a given Zener diode.
  5. 5. To perform Swinburne's test on the given DC machine
  6. 6. To verify the Kirchhoff's voltage law and Kirchhoff's current law for the given circuit
  7. 7. To measure the strain using strain gauge.
  8. 8. To make connections of a Fluorescent lamp wiring and to study the accessories of the same
  9. 9. To verify the Boolean expression using logic gates.
  10. 10. To simply and verify the Boolean expression using K-map.
  11. 11. To study the different modulation and demodulation techniques
  12. 12. To verify Thevenin's theorem for the given circuit
  13. 13. To verify Nortons theorem for the given circuit
  14. 14. To verify the superposition theorem for the given circuit
  15. 15. To verify the Maximum Power Transfer theorem for the given circuit
  16. 16. To verify Reciprocity Theorem for the given circuit
  17. 17. To obtain the no load characteristics of a DC shunt generator experiment and to determine the critical field resistance
  18. 18. To conduct the brake test on a DC shunt motor and to draw its performance curves
  19. 19. Transient analysis of series RL, RC circuits
  20. 20. Load test on single phase transformer
  21. 21. To know the construction of practical DC, AC machines and identify the parts
  22. 22. To control a single lamp from two different places
  23. 23. To study the characteristics of PN Junction diode under forward and reverse bias conditions.
  24. 24. To construct a half wave rectifier using diode and to draw its performance characteristics.
  25. 25. To construct a single phase full-wave rectifier using diode and draw its performance
  26. 26. To study the clipping circuits for different reference voltages and to verify the responses.

Electrical Laboratory Programm Outcomes for the Students

This repository of Electrical lab experiments and its accompanying manual is a treasure trove for students delving into the world of Electrical and Electronics engineering. The manual provides a detailed roadmap for each experiment, outlining the required apparatus, step-by-step procedures, guidelines for observations, and a systematic format for recording results. The experiments cover a spectrum of topics, allowing learners to explore the intricacies of experiment fundamentals, devices, and phenomena. The inclusion of viva questions adds an interactive dimension, encouraging students to delve deeper into the theoretical underpinnings of each experiment and fostering a holistic understanding of the subject matter. Whether you are gearing up for examinations or simply seeking to deepen your practical knowledge, this collection promises a rewarding journey through the practical aspects of Electrical and Electronics engineering.