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EE301 Power Generation, Transmission and Protection
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Students will have clear idea about various conventional and non conventional energy sources
Students will have an understanding of various power generation schemes
Students will have an understanding of various transmission and distribution schemes of a power system
Students will be able to identify the problems related with power generation, transmission and distribution systems
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Students will have clear idea about various conventional and non conventional energy sources
Students will have an understanding of various power generation schemes
Students will have an understanding of various transmission and distribution schemes of a power system
Students will be able to identify the problems related with power generation, transmission and distribution systems
EE303 Linear Control Systems
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Identify and formulate mathematical & transfer function models to represent the electrical system, mechanical system & electromechanical systems.
Have a comprehensive view on analogous systems, block diagram reduction techniques, signal flow graphs using mason’s gain formula in modeling of a control system.
Apply the classical control theory based on time domain and frequency domain approaches for the modeling of various control systems
Analyze and draw conclusions regarding stability from the root locus techniques, MN circles, Nichols chart, polar plot & Bode plot
Formulate and design P, PI & PID controllers for the lead & lag compensation techniques and recommend solution for various control system problems after evaluation
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Identify and formulate mathematical & transfer function models to represent the electrical system, mechanical system & electromechanical systems.
Have a comprehensive view on analogous systems, block diagram reduction techniques, signal flow graphs using mason’s gain formula in modeling of a control system.
Apply the classical control theory based on time domain and frequency domain approaches for the modeling of various control systems
Analyze and draw conclusions regarding stability from the root locus techniques, MN circles, Nichols chart, polar plot & Bode plot
Formulate and design P, PI & PID controllers for the lead & lag compensation techniques and recommend solution for various control system problems after evaluation
EE305 Power Electronics
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Student will be able to identify different devices, their capabilities and circuit configurations
Student will be able to distinguish different devices and their applications
Students could analyze and apply the concepts for the implementation of their projects works in future
Students could design power circuits for various fields like power system, power quality, drives and control etc
Students will have the ability to solve the problems associated with different circuits
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Student will be able to identify different devices, their capabilities and circuit configurations
Student will be able to distinguish different devices and their applications
Students could analyze and apply the concepts for the implementation of their projects works in future
Students could design power circuits for various fields like power system, power quality, drives and control etc
Students will have the ability to solve the problems associated with different circuits
EE307 Signals and Systems
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Students will be able to represent various signals and systems.
Students will be able to analyse the continuous time system with Laplace transform.
Students will be able to analyse the discrete time system with Z transform.
Students will be able to represent and analyse signals using Fourier transform.
Students can acquire basic knowledge in nonlinear systems.
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Students will be able to represent various signals and systems.
Students will be able to analyse the continuous time system with Laplace transform.
Students will be able to analyse the discrete time system with Z transform.
Students will be able to represent and analyse signals using Fourier transform.
Students can acquire basic knowledge in nonlinear systems.
EE309 Microprocessor and Embedded Systems
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Student will be able to apply the fundamentals of assembly level programming of 8085 microprocessor and 8051 microcontroller.
Student will be aware of the architectures and interfacing of basic microcontroller & microprocessor.
Student will be aware of the embedded systems & its features.
Student will able to interface different components like LCD, ADC, Stepper motor, etc.
Student will able to select proper IC’s for their Mini Projects and Main Projects
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Student will be able to apply the fundamentals of assembly level programming of 8085 microprocessor and 8051 microcontroller.
Student will be aware of the architectures and interfacing of basic microcontroller & microprocessor.
Student will be aware of the embedded systems & its features.
Student will able to interface different components like LCD, ADC, Stepper motor, etc.
Student will able to select proper IC’s for their Mini Projects and Main Projects
EE367 New and Renewable Energy Systems
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Describe the challenges and problems associated with the use of various energy sources, including fossil fuels, with regard to future supply and the environment.
Create awareness among students about NonConventional sources of energy technologies.
Enable students to understand various Renewable energy technologies and systems.
Describe/illustrate basic electrical concepts and system components.
To impart the knowledge of factors to be considered while constructing a renewable energy power plant.
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Describe the challenges and problems associated with the use of various energy sources, including fossil fuels, with regard to future supply and the environment.
Create awareness among students about NonConventional sources of energy technologies.
Enable students to understand various Renewable energy technologies and systems.
Describe/illustrate basic electrical concepts and system components.
To impart the knowledge of factors to be considered while constructing a renewable energy power plant.
EE341 Design Project
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The student will be able to appreciate the different elements involved in good designs and to apply them in practice when called for.
The student will be aware of the product oriented and user oriented aspects that make the design a success.
The student will be will be capable to think of innovative designs incorporating different segments of knowledge gained in the course.
Students will have a broader perspective of design covering function, cost, environmental sensitivity, safety and other factors other than engineering analysis.
Students will be able to modify the existing designs in order to make more efficient products/process/service.
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The student will be able to appreciate the different elements involved in good designs and to apply them in practice when called for.
The student will be aware of the product oriented and user oriented aspects that make the design a success.
The student will be will be capable to think of innovative designs incorporating different segments of knowledge gained in the course.
Students will have a broader perspective of design covering function, cost, environmental sensitivity, safety and other factors other than engineering analysis.
Students will be able to modify the existing designs in order to make more efficient products/process/service.
EE331 Digital Circuits and Embedded Systems Lab
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Students will be able to design and develop basic digital circuits.
Students will be able to design and set up digital sequential circuits.
Students will be able to program 8085 microprocessor.
Students will be able to realize synchronous and asynchronous counters.
Students will be able to interface between Arduino micro controller and peripherals.
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Students will be able to design and develop basic digital circuits.
Students will be able to design and set up digital sequential circuits.
Students will be able to program 8085 microprocessor.
Students will be able to realize synchronous and asynchronous counters.
Students will be able to interface between Arduino micro controller and peripherals.
EE333 Electrical Machines Lab II
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Students will be able to recognize the performance of machines and transformers under various conditions
Students will be able to distinguish between different performance characteristics of different machines
Students could apply and analyze the concepts learned in theory through practical
Students will be able to develop the parameters of machines and transformers by performing suitable tests and could judge their performances
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Students will be able to recognize the performance of machines and transformers under various conditions
Students will be able to distinguish between different performance characteristics of different machines
Students could apply and analyze the concepts learned in theory through practical
Students will be able to develop the parameters of machines and transformers by performing suitable tests and could judge their performances
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