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DC Machines and Synchronous Machines Notes -10EE54

DC Machines,Synchronous Machines Unit 1-DC Generator Notes
Unit 2 DC Motors Notes
Unit 3 Losses and Efficiency Notes
Unit 4 Testing of DC Machines Notes
Unit 5 & 8 Notes

Unit 1, DC Generator, Unit 2 DC Motors, Unit 3 Losses and Efficiency and Unit 4 Testing of DC Machines
Prepared by
Prof.Vasudev Murthy,
Dr.AIT, Bangalore

Unit 5 to 8 Synchronous Machines, Voltage Regulation and Synchronous Motor
Prepared by
Dr.Vishwanath Hegde,
MCE, Hassan

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Unit 1 Sample Notes

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CLASSIFICATION OF DC MACHINES
METHODS OF EXCITATION: depending on the type of excitation of field winding, there are two basic types of DC machine.
1. Separately excited machine: In this type of machines the field flux is produced by connecting the field winding to an external source.
2. Self excited machine: The field flux is produced by connecting the field winding with the armature in this type. A self excited machine requires residual magnetism for operation. Know More

Structural Biology Notes – 10BT43

Structural Biology Notes Unit 1-Introduction

Unit 2-Structure of Proteins Notes

Unit 4-Notes

Unit 5-Biophysical Techniques-Notes

Unit 6-Spectroscopic Techniques-Notes

Unit 7 and 8-Notes

Unit 3–Notes

Unit 1 Sample Notes

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Levels of Molecular Organization
Animal and plant cells contain approximately 10000 different kinds of molecules referred to as biomolecules. One of these, water, may constitute 50-95% of a cell’s content by weight, while ions such as sodium, potassium and calcium may account for another 1%. Almost all other kinds of molecules are organic which are principally composed of six elements: C,H2,O2,N2,P and S.  [Refer PDF FIle to view in a proper format]

The properties of one element carbon are responsible for the almost infinite variety of organic molecules. Carbon atoms can form 4 strong covalent bonds either to other carbon atoms or to atoms of other elements. Of central importance in organic chemistry are the hydrogen and carbon containing compounds called hydrocarbons. Although hydrocarbons are relatively unimportant in living organisms, but several aspects of their chemistry are relevant to the biochemistry. Know More

Dynamics of Machines Notes |10ME54

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Dynamics of Machinery Sample Notes 

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Preamble
Relation between motion and forces causing is a fascinating subject. This study is a generally referred as dynamic. Modern Engineering aims at analysing and predicting dynamics behavior of physical systems

Theory of Mechanisms & Machines is used to understand the relationships between the geometry and motions of the parts of a machine or mechanism and forces which produce motion. Know More

Concrete Technology Notes| 10CV42

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Workability of concrete Sample Notes
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The behavior of green or fresh concrete from mixing up to compaction depends mainly on the property called “workability of concrete”. Workability of concrete is a term which consists of the following four partial properties of concrete namely, Mixability, Transportability, Mouldability and Compactibility.
In general terms, workability represents the amount of work which is to be done to compact the compact the concrete in a given mould. The desired workability for a particular mix depends upon the type of compaction adopted and the complicated nature of reinforcement used in reinforced concrete. A workable mix should not segregate. The partial properties of workability are discussed below: Know More

Micro Electronics Circuits Notes |10EC63

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Unit 1, MOSFETS, Unit 5, Feedback Amplifiers and Unit 6, Operational Amplifiers
Prepared by
Prof. S V Uma
RNSIT, Bangalore

Unit 2, Single stage IC Amplifier, Unit 3, Single Stage IC Amplifiers and Unit 4, Single Stage IC Amplifiers
Prepared by
Prof. Prakash Tunga
RNSIT, Bangalore

Unit 7 & 8, Digital CMOS Circuits
Prepared by
Prof. Shylashree N
RNSIT, Bangalore Know More

VTU Engineering Mathematics – 2 Notes |10MAT21

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Unit 2 & 3, Differential Equations 2 & 3 Notes by
Dr.B.Rajappa
MCE, Hassan

Unit 1, Differential Equations – I and Unit 4, Partial Differential Equations (PDE),  Notes by
Dr.V.Lokesha,
AcIT, Bangalore

Unit 7, Laplace Transforms – I and Unit 8, Laplace Transforms – II by
Dr.D.P.Basti,
SDMCET, Dharwad Know More

VTU CAED, Computer Aided Electrical Drawing -10EE65 Notes

Download Soft Copy Of CAED (Computer Aided Electrical Drawing) 10EE65 Notes Part – B Transformer

Download Soft Copy Of CAED (Computer Aided Electrical Drawing) 10EE65 Notes Part-A Winding Diagrams

Download Soft Copy Of CAED (Computer Aided Electrical Drawing) 10EE65 Notes Part-B DC Machine

Download Soft Copy Of CAED (Computer Aided Electrical Drawing) 10EE65 Notes Single Line Diagram of Substations

Part – A : Winding Diagrams Notes by
Dr.Vishwanath Hegde
MCE, Hassan

Part – B : Transformer DC Machine Notes by
Prof. V D Sankarlal,
Sir.MVIT, Bangalore

Single Line Diagram of Substations Notes by
Prof. D Beula
Sir MVIT Bangalore Know More

VTU Computer Networks 2 – 6th Sem CSE Notes

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  • Unit 1 [Packet Switching Networks] Notes, Unit 2 [Packet Switching Networks – 2] and  Unit 7 [Multimedia Networking] Notes By Prof.K B Sulekha, Acharya Institue of Technology, Bangalore
  • Unit 3 [TCP / IP-1] Notes and Unit 4 [TCP/IP-2] Notes By Dr. H S Ramesh Babu, AIT, Bangalore
  • Unit 8 [Mobile AdHoc Networks and Wireless Sensor Networks], Unit 5 [Applications, Network Management, Network Security] and Unit 6 [QoS, VPNs, Tunneling, Overlay Networks] By Dr. T G Basavaraju, SKSJTI, Bangalore and Prof. C B Yogesh, Acharya Institue of Technology Bangalore

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UNIT 8:- Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks  [Sample Notes]

Wireless Sensor Networks
a Mobile Ad hoc NETwork (MANET) is one that comes together as needed, not necessarily with any support from the existing infrastructure or any other kind of fixed stations. We can formalize this statement by defining an ad hoc (ad-hoc or adhoc) network as an autonomous system of mobile hosts (MHs) (also serving as routers) connected by wireless links, the union of which forms a communication network modeled in the form of an arbitrary communication graph. This is in contrast to the wellknown single hop cellular network model that supports the needs of wireless communication by installing base stations (BSs) as access points. In these cellular networks, communications between two mobile nodes completely rely on the wired backbone and the fixed BSs. In a MANET, no such infrastructure exists and the network topology may dynamically change in an unpredictable manner since nodes are free to move. Know More

VTU Engineering Mathematics 4 Notes |10MAT41

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Download Maths 4 Unit 6, Probability – 1 Notes [PDF File]
Download Maths 4 Unit 7, Probability – 2 Notes [PDF File]
Download Maths 4 Unit 8, Sampling Theory Notes [PDF File]

  • Unit 1 [Numerical Methods – 1] Notes and Unit 2 [Numerical Methods – 2] Notes By  Dr.V.Ramachandra Murthy, MSRIT, Bangalore
  • Unit 3 [Complex Variables – 1] Notes and Unit 4 [Complex Variables – 2] Notes By Dr.V.S.Madalli, KLECET, Hubli
  • Unit 5 [Special Fuctions] Notes and Unit 8 [Sampling Theory] Notes By Dr.K.S.Basavarajappa, BIET, Davangere
  • Unit 6 [Probability Theory – 1] Notes and Unit 7 [Probability Theory – 2] Notes By Dr.S.S.Benchalli, BEC, Bagalkot

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Part B – Unit : 6 Probability – 1 [Sample Notes]

By Dr. S. S. Benchalli
Associate Professor and Head, Department of Mathematics
Basaveshwar Engineering College
Bagalkot – 587102, Karnataka

Introduction:
Probability and statistics are concerned with events which occur by chance. Examples include occurrence of accidents, errors of measurements, production of defective and non-defective items from a production line, and various games of chance, such as drawing a card from a wellmixed deck, flipping a coin, or throwing a symmetrical six-sided die. In each case we may have some knowledge of the likelihood of various possible results, but we cannot predict with any certainty the outcome of any particular trial. Probability and statistics are used throughout engineering. In electrical engineering, signals and noise are analysed by means of probability theory, Civil, mechanical, and industrial engineers use statistics and probability to test and account for variations in materials and goods. Chemical engineers use probability and statistics to assess experimental data and control and improve chemical processes, It is essential for today’s engineer to master these tools. Know More

VTU 5th Sem CSE DBMS Notes |10CS54

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DBMS Unit 1 – Introduction Notes

DBMS Unit 2 Entity-Relationship Model Notes

DBMS Unit 3 Relational Model and Relational Algebra Notes

DBMS Unit 4 & 5 SQL – 1 and SQL – 2 Notes

DBMS Unit 6 Database Design – 1 Notes

DBMS Unit 7 Database Design – 2 Notes

DBMS Unit 8 Transaction ManagementNotes

  • Unit 1 and 2 by Prof.K R Anad Kumar, SJBIT, Bangalore
  • Unit 3 by Prof.Ashwin Kumar, REVA ITM, Bangalore
  • Unit 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 by Prof.Sathish.G.C, REVA ITM, Bangalore

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