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EE0309-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Syllabus 2. Mapping of Program Outcomes with Instructional Objectives 3. Mapping of Program Educational Objectives with Program Outcomes 4. Assessment Evidences for Program Outcomes 5. Course Plan mapped with Program Outcomes 6. Notes of lessons 7. Evaluation of Program Outcomes-Direct Measurement Question Paper for Cycle Test I Answer Key for Cycle Test –I TLP-5 Assessment Analysis Students Sample Question Paper for Surprise Test I Answer Key for Surprise Test I TLP-5 Assessment Analysis Students Sample Question Paper for Cycle Test II Answer Key for Cycle Test –II TLP-5 Assessment Analysis Students Sample Question Paper for Model Exam Answer Key for Model Exam TLP-5 Assessment Analysis Students Sample 1 EE0309-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS 8. Evaluation of Program Outcomes- Indirect Measurement (Feedback on Course Outcomes from Students and Faculty) 2 EE0309-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS Syllabus COURSE CODE: EE0309 COURSE TITLE: DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS SYLLABUS: EE 0309 DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS Prerequisite EE 0201,EE 0202 3 L T P C 3 1 0 4 EE0309-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS PURPOSE To enable the students gain fair knowledge on design of magnetic circuits and electrical machines. INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES At the end of the course the students will be able to: 1. Understand basics of design considerations for rotating and static electrical machines 2. Design the single phase and three phase transformers 3. Design rotating DC electrical machines 4. Design rotating AC electrical machines (3 Phase and Single phase Induction motor, Synchronous motor) BASIC CONSIDERATION IN DESIGN Classification of Areas of Design, Electrical Engineering materials – conducting, insulating & magnetic materials, design limitations and specifications, modes of Heat dissipation, internal temperature, temperature gradient in cores & slots, thermal resistively of winding. TRANSFORMERS Output equation of single phase and three phase transformers – window space factor – overall dimensions – design of core and windings, design of tank with cooling tubes – core area factor. DESIGN OF DC MACHINES Magnetic circuit calculations – total gap contraction factor, net length of Iron, MMF for air gap, MMF for teeth, real and apparent flux densities. Output equation for DC machine, choice of specific loadings, selection of number of poles, separation of D and L, Armature Design – selection of number of slots, number of conductors, number of coils, Design of commentator and brushes. DESIGN OF THREE PHASE INDUCTION MOTORS Output equation for induction motor – choice of specific loadings, separation of D and L, L/ criteria, Armature Design – selection of number of slots, number of conductors, 4 EE0309-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS determination of depth of core and other dimensions. Design of squirrel cage rotor, design of wound rotor. DESIGN OF SYNCHRONOUS MACHINES Pole construction – run away speed – output equation, choice of specific loading, separation of D and L, design of armature – number of slots, number of conductors. Determination of depth of core and other dimensions, Estimation of air gap length, short circuit ratio – Design of field system. TEXT BOOKS 1. Mittle V.M. and Mittle.A, Design of Electrical Machines, standard publishers Distribution, Fourth edition, 1996. 2. Sawhney, A.K. A course in Electrical Machine Design, Dhanpat rai & sons, 1993. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Rai, H.M. Electrical Machine Design, Sathiya Prakashan Publications, Third edition, 1992. 2. Say M.G., The Performance & Design of Alternating current Machines Isaac Pitman & sons Ltd., London 1995. 3. Clayton, A.E., Performance & Design of Direct current Machines, English Language Book society & Sri Isaac Pitman & sons Ltd., London 1995. EE 0309 - DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS (R) Course designed by 5 Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering EE0309-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS Student outcomes a b x C X d e f g h i j K x X Engineering General Category (G) Basic Sciences Sciences and (B) Technical Professional Subjects(P) Arts(E) X Broad area (for ‘P’category) Electrical Circuits Machines and Electronics Power Intelligent System Systems Systems x Course Coordinator 6 Mr .T.S.Subramaniam EE0309-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS Mapping of Program Outcomes with Instructional Objectives 7 EE0309-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS Mapping of Program Instructional Objectives Vs Program Outcomes Program Outcomes Program Instructional objectives Understand basics Design of the single Design rotating DC Design design phase and three phase electrical machines AC rotating electrical considerations for transformers machines (3 Phase rotating and static and Single phase electrical machines Induction motor, Synchronous motor) a).An ability to apply X knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering. (c) an ability to design a 8 X X X X EE0309-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS system, component, or process to meet desired needs within constraints realistic such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability e).An ability to identify, X X X formulate, and solve engineering problems (k) an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. 9 X X X EE0309-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS Mapping of Program Educational Objectives with Program Outcomes 10 EE0309-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS Mapping of Program Educational Objectives Vs Program Outcomes PROGRAM OUTCOMES PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (a–k OUTCOMES) 1 (a) an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering 11 X 2 3 4 EE0309-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS (b) an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and X interpret data (c) an ability to design a system, component, X or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability (d) an ability to function on X (e) an ability to identify, formulate, and X X multidisciplinary teams solve engineering problems (f) an understanding of professional and X ethical responsibility (g) an ability to communicate effectively in X both verbal and written form. (h) the broad education necessary to understand the impact of X engineering solutions in a global perspective. (i) a recognition of the need for, and an X ability to engage in life-long learning (j) a knowledge of contemporary issues 12 X EE0309-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS (k) an ability to use the techniques, skills, X and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. Assessment Evidences for Program Outcomes 13 X EE0309-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS SRM University Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Course Code: EE0309 Course Title: DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVE 14 PROGRAM OUTCOME EVIDENCE EE0309-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS Understand basics of design a).An ability to apply knowledge CYCLE TEST-I considerations for rotating and static of mathematics, science, and electrical machines engineering (c) an ability to design a system, CYCLE TEST-I component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic CYCLE TEST-I constraints such as economic, CYCLE TEST-I environmental, social, political, ethical, health and manufacturability, safety, and sustainability Design the single phase and three (c) an ability to design a system, CYCLE TEST-1 phase transformers component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and manufacturability, safety, and sustainability e).An ability to identify, CYCLE TEST-1 formulate, and solve engineering problems (k) an ability to use the techniques, CYCLE TEST-1 skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. Design rotating machines 15 DC electrical (c) an ability to design a system, CYCLE TEST -II component, or process to meet CYCLE TEST -II desired needs within realistic EE0309-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and manufacturability, safety, and sustainability e).An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems (k) an ability to use the techniques, CYCLE TEST -II skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. Design rotating AC electrical (c) an ability to design a system, MODEL EXAM machines (3 Phase and Single phase component, or process to meet Induction motor, Synchronous motor) desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and manufacturability, safety, and sustainability e).An ability to identify, MODEL EXAM formulate, and solve engineering problems (k) an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering MODEL EXAM tools necessary for engineering practice. 16 EE0309-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS SRM UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF EEE Course Code : EE0309 Course Title : DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS Semester : IV Course Time : JULY-OCT 2011 Location : ESB BLOCK Course timings: Day Section A B HR TIMING HR - - 2 MONDAY C TIMING HR TIMING 1 8.45-9.35AM 7 3.10-4.00PM 9.3510.25AM 3 TUESDAY 2 9.35- 10.3511.25am 10.25AM 5 WEDNESDAY 17 - - 1.302.20pm - - EE0309-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS THURSDAY 4 - - 2 6 2.20- 3 9.35-10.25AM 11.2512.15PM FRIDAY 1 8.45- 7 9.35AM 10.35-11.25am 310pm 3.104.00PM Faculty Details Sec. Name of the Staff Office Office hour A ESB BLOCK FIRST 12.30-1.30 PM ajikannan@ktr.srmuniv.ac.in S.AJITHA Mail id FLOOR ESB BLOCK B R.SRIREVATHI SECOND FLOOR b.srirevathi@gmail.com 12.30-1.30 PM csmsrm@ktr.srmuniv.ac.in C C.SUBRAMANIAM ESB BLOCK 12.30-1.30 PM GROUND FLOOR TEXT BOOKS 3. Mittle V.M. and Mittle.A, Design of Electrical Machines, standard publishers Distribution, Fourth edition, 1996. Sawhney, A.K. A course in Electrical Machine Design, Dhanpat rai & sons, 1993 18 EE0309-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS Assessment Details Cycle Test – I : 10 Marks Surprise Test : 05 Marks Cycle Test – II : 10 Marks Model Exam : 20 Marks Attendance : 05 Marks Total : 50 Marks DETAILED SESSION PLAN BASIC CONSIDERATION IN DESIGN Classification of Areas of Design, Electrical Engineering materials – conducting, insulating & magnetic materials, design limitations and specifications, modes of Heat dissipation, internal temperature, temperature gradient in cores & slots, thermal resistively of winding Sessio Topics to be covered Text book n No. Chap.no Testing Instructional & Page Methods Objective Program Outcome No. 1 2 3 4 Classification of Book1: Book1: Cycle test Understand basics of a).An ability to apply Areas of Design Sawhney, 1 1 design Electrical A.K. A Book1 Oral considerations Engineering course in discussio rotating and static and engineering materials Electrical n electrical machines conducting, Machine insulating & Design, magnetic materials Dhanpat rai design 19 limitations & sons, 1993 Book1 knowledge of for mathematics, science, Cycle test (c) an ability to 1 design a system, component, or Book1 Surprise process to meet EE0309-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS and specifications 5 modes of Heat Book1 dissipation 6 7 internal temperature Book1 temperature gradient Book1 in cores & slots, thermal test desired needs within Cycle test realistic constraints 1 such as economic, Cycle test environmental, 1 social, political, Cycle test ethical, health and 1 safety, manufacturability, resistively and sustainability. of winding TRANSFORMERS Output equation of single phase and three phase transformers – window space factor – overall dimensions – design of core and windings, design of tank with cooling tubes – core area factor. Session Topics to be No. 7 Text book covered Output equation of Book1: Chapter. no Testing Instructional & Page No. Methods Objective Book1 single phase and Sawhney, A.K. three 8 9 window space Machine factor Design, overall dimensions Dhanpat rai & design of core and design of tank with cooling tubes – core area factor. 1 phase and three design a system, Electrical process Book1 Book1 Book1 windings 11 Design the single (c) an ability to phase transformers component, sons, 1993 10 Cycle test phase A course in transformers Program Outcome Book1 to or meet Cycle test desired needs 1 within Oral viva constraints such as test economic, Cycle test environmental, 1 social, Cycle test ethical, health and 1 safety, realistic political, manufacturability, and sustainability. e).An ability to 20 EE0309-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems. (k) an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. DESIGN OF DC MACHINES Magnetic circuit calculations – total gap contraction factor, net length of Iron, MMF for air gap, MMF for teeth, real and apparent flux densities. Output equation for DC machine, choice of specific loadings, selection of number of poles, separation of D and L, Armature Design – selection of number of slots, number of conductors, number of coils, Design of commentator and brushes Session Topics to be No. Text book covered Chap.no Testing Instructional & Page Methods Objective Program Outcome No. 12 Magnetic circuit Book1: calculations 13 gap A.K. A MMF for teeth, 15 Output equation for 21 Cycle test2 electrical design machines a system, component, process or to meet desired needs within Book1 Cycle test2 Design, Real and apparent Dhanpat rai flux densities 16 Book1 Electrical MMF for air gap, Machine Design rotating (c) an ability to DC factor, course in net length of Iron 14 Cycle test2 Sawhney, Total contraction Book1 realistic constraints such as economic, Book1 Cycle test2 & sons, 1993 environmental, social, Book1 Cycle test2, political, ethical, health and EE0309-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS DC machine 17 choice of specific Book1 viva safety, Seminar manufacturability, and sustainability. loadings 18 selection of number Book1 e).An ability to of poles 19 20 Armature Design – identify, formulate, Book1 selection of number and solve of slots engineering number of problems. Book1 conductors, number (k) an ability to use of coils 21 Design of commentator the Book1 techniques, skills, and modern and engineering brushes tools necessary for engineering practice. DESIGN OF THREE PHASE INDUCTION MOTORS Output equation for induction motor – choice of specific loadings, separation of D and L, L/ criteria, Armature Design – selection of number of slots, number of conductors, determination of depth of core and other dimensions. Design of squirrel cage rotor, design of wound rotor Session Topics to be No. Text book covered Chap.no Testing Instructional & Page Methods Objective Program Outcome No. 30 Types and Book1: construction features alternators 31 Sawhney, Model Design exam AC of A.K. A equation Electrical armature reaction, Machine rotating (c) an ability to electrical design a system, machines (3 Phase component, course in e.m.f 22 Book1 and Single phase process Book1 to or meet Model Induction motor, desired needs within exam Synchronous realistic constraints EE0309-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS 32 Synchronous Design, reactance Dhanpat rai using Model social, political, exam ethical, health and e.m.f, m.m.f, Potier safety, reactance and ASA manufacturability, methods. and sustainability. Synchronizing to Book1 infinite bus bars – 34 such as economic, environmental, voltage & sons, 1993 Book1 of regulation 33 motor) Model e).An ability to exam parallel operation of identify, formulate, synchronous and solve generators engineering Salient pole synchronous machine – Book1 Assignmen Book1 t problems. (k) an ability to use two reaction theory – the slip test. skills, and modern techniques, engineering necessary tools for engineering practice. DESIGN OF SYNCHRONOUS MACHINES Pole construction – run away speed – output equation, choice of specific loading, separation of D and L, design of armature – number of slots, number of conductors. Determination of depth of core and other dimensions, Estimation of air gap length, short circuit ratio – Design of field system. Session Topics to be No. 35 Text book covered Constructional features 23 Book1: and Sawhney, A.K. Chap.no & Testing Instructional Page No. Methods Objective Book1 Model Design exam, AC Program Outcome rotating a).An ability to electrical apply knowledge of EE0309-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS 36 principle of A course in operation of Electrical and Single phase science, Induction motor, engineering. motor Design, Synchronous torque and power Dhanpat rai & V curves Book1 sons, 1993 and Book1 Hunting and Book1 suppression 39 and Machine inverted V curves 38 machines (3 Phase mathematics, synchronous relations 37 oral test Model motor) b). An ability to exam design and conduct Model experiments, as well exam as to analyze and Model interpret results. exam methods – Short e).An circuit transient identify, formulate, Starting methods, Synchronous condenser 24 Book1 ability Model and exam engineering problems to solve EE0309-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS 25