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B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) B.TECH IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Programme Code: 16C17 Duration: 4 Years Detailed Syllabus with Scheme of Examination SESSION 2016-2020 Department of Advanced Science & Technology (Nims Institute of Engineering & Technology) Nims University Rajasthan, Jaipur NH-11C, Jaipur-Delhi Highway, Jaipur -303121 (Rajasthan) www.nimsuniversity.org 1 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT The Department of Advanced Science & Technology is established with the motif to integrate engineering, science, technology and management for sustainable use of Electrical industries sources and enhancement of power. The Department of Electrical Engineering is continuously striving to achieve excellence in education, academic and industry oriented research as well as consultancy work with service to the society. We aim to provide our students with a perfect blend of intellectual and practical experiences that helps them to serve our society and address a variety of needs. At the end of our program, students are able to serve for entry-level work as Electrical Engineer as well as for the post-graduate study in Electrical Engineering or in another discipline, where a fundamental engineering background constitutes a desirable foundation. Academic course work and projects are designed to endow students with the ability to apply knowledge of science, mathematics, and engineering, and the capability to work effectively in multidisciplinary teams, providing leadership and technical expertise. Vision To become a front-runner in bringing out globally competent Electrical Engineers, innovators, researchers, and entrepreneurs and thereby contribute value to the knowledgebased economy and society. Department of Electrical Engineering, NIMS University educates to build a research identity in all related areas of Electrical Engineering uniquely. Through core research and education, the students will be prepared as the best professional Engineers in the field of Electrical Engineering to face the challenges in such disciplines. Mission To offer good quality Under-Graduate, Post-Graduate and Doctoral programmes in electrical and electronics engineering To provide state-of-the-art resources that contribute to achieve excellence in teaching-learning, research and development activities To bridge the gap between industry and academia by framing curricula and syllabi based on industrial and societal needs To provide suitable forums to enhance the creative talents of students and faculty members To enable students to develop skills to solve complex technological problems of current times and also provide a framework for promoting collaborative and multidisciplinary activities To inculcate moral and ethical values among the faculty and students. To be Electrical Engineering department of excellence imparting quality technical education imbibed with proficiency and human values, providing opportunities and facilities for the students to develop into creative, dynamic and globally competent technology professionals. Develop graduates who are trained in the theory and practice of electrical and computer engineering and are prepared to handle the professional and leadership challenges of their careers. ABOUT THE COURSE 2 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering is a 4 years long Bachelor certificate program. The course is divided into 8 semesters, with each semester lasting for a period of 6 months. Electrical Engineering is one of the core branches of Engineering. B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering course trains students in areas such as- Electrical Machines, Power transmission, Power Systems, Electronics, Circuit Network, Motors, Generators, Electrical Appliances, Microprocessors, Electromagnetism, Signal processors, Sensors etc. Electricity is used by us for operating home appliances, office equipment, transportation (in some cases) etc. Electrical Engineering is a discipline of Engineering that focuses on Electricity, Applications of Electricity, Electronics and Electromagnetism. During early days, this branch used to focus mostly on generation of electricity, its storage and transmission. Slowly, with advancement in the field of technology, the discipline also started covering applications of electricity. Fast forward to the present, electronics has also become an integral part of this discipline. In simple terms, this discipline deals with generation of electricity, its storage, transmission, applications, advanced electronics and electromagnetism! Program Educational Objectives (PEOs): Graduates will achieve broad and in-depth knowledge of Electrical & Electronics Engineering relating to industrial practices and research to analyze the practical problems and think creatively to generate innovative solutions using appropriate technologies. Graduates will make valid judgment, synthesize information from a range of sources and communicate them in sound ways appropriate to the discipline. Graduates will sustain intellectual curiosity and pursue lifelong learning not only in areas that are relevant to Electrical & Electronics Engineering, but also that are important to society To promote students to continue to pursue professional development, including continuing or advanced education relevant to their career growth and to create enthusiasm for life-long learning. Graduates will adapt to different roles and demonstrate leaderships in global working environment by respecting diversity, professionalism and ethical practices. To inculcate in students, professional attitude, effective communication skills and capability to succeed in multi-disciplinary and diverse fields. Program Course Learning Outcomes (POs): In addition to PEOs, the Bachelor of Technology, Electrical Engineering program established a set of Program Course Learning Outcomes (POs), expected to be met by every graduating student from the program at the time of graduation. A. Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, Computer Science, electronics and electrical engineering (Fundamental Engineering Analysis Skill). B. Ability to design electrical and electronics circuits and conduct experiments with electrical engineering as well as to analyze and interpret data (Information Retrieval Skills). C. Ability to design digital and analog system pertaining to electrical systems (Creative Skills). D. Ability to visualize and work on multi-disciplinary tasks. (Team Work). 3 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) E. Ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems. (Engineering Problem Solving Skills). F. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility (Professional Integrity). G. Ability to communicate effectively in both verbal and written form (Speaking / Writing Skills). H. Ability to develop confidence for self-education and to understand the value of life-long learning(Continuing Education Awareness). I. Ability to recognize the impact of engineering on society (Social Awareness). J. Ability to acquire new knowledge to use modern engineering tools, softwares and equipments to analyze problems necessary for engineering practice. (Practical Engineering Analysis Skills). K. A Knowledge of contemporary issues to undertake innovative projects (Innovative Skills). L. Ability to use the techniques and skills to face and succeed in competitive examinations like GATE, GRE, TOEFL, GMAT etc. (Successful Career andImmediate Employment). Program Specific Course Learning Outcomes (PSOs): 1. Knowledge and understanding of scientific principles and methodology necessary to strengthen their education in their engineering discipline, to enable appreciation of its scientific and engineering. 2. Knowledge of material characteristics, equipment, processes, or products. 3. Workshop and laboratory skills. 4. Understanding of contexts in which engineering knowledge can be applied (example, operations and management, technology development, etc). Identify and manage costs and drivers thereof. 5. Use creativity to establish innovative solutions. 6. Ensure fitness of purpose, for all aspects of the problem including production, operation, maintenance and disposal. 7. Manage the design process and evaluate outcomes TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME 4 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) Semester-I Course Code Courses L T P Contact Hours IA U.E. Marks Credits Theory 16C17-101T 16C17-102T 16C17-103T 16C17-104T 16C17-105T 16C17-106T 16C17-107T Business Communication and Presentation Skills Elementary Mathematics for Engineers Applied Physics I 2 0 0 2 30 70 100 2 2 2 0 4 30 70 100 3 2 2 - 4 30 70 100 3 Chemistry I 2 2 - 4 30 70 100 3 Engineering Graphics Basic Engineering Mechanics Value Education, Human Rights and Legislative Procedures 1 2 0 2 4 0 5 4 30 30 70 70 100 100 3 3 3 0 0 3 30 70 100 0 Practical 16C17-103P Applied Physics I - - 2 2 15 35 50 1 16C17-104P Chemistry I - - 2 2 15 35 50 1 Engineering Workshop 0 0 6 6 30 70 100 3 14 08 14 36 270 630 900 22 P Contact Hours IA U.E. Marks Credits 16C17-108P Semester-II Course Code Courses L T Theory 16C17-201T Environmental Sciences 2 0 0 2 30 70 100 2 16C17-202T Multivariate Analysis, Linear Algebra and Special Functions 2 2 0 4 30 70 100 3 16C17-203T 16C17-204T Applied Physics II Chemistry II Basic Electrical Engineering Computer Programming Introduction to Electronics Engineering 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 - 4 4 4 4 30 30 30 30 70 70 70 70 100 100 100 100 3 3 3 3 2 2 0 4 30 70 100 3 2 0 0 2 15 35 50 0 16C17-205T 16C17-206T 16C17-207T 16C17-208T Technical English Practical 16C17-203P 16C17-205P 16C17-206P Applied Physics II Basic Electrical Engineering - - 2 2 2 2 15 15 35 35 50 50 1 1 Computer Programming - - 4 4 15 35 50 2 16 12 8 36 270 630 900 24 5 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) SEMESTER III Subject Code Subject Name L T P Theory Contact Hours IA U.E. Total 4 30 70 100 4 30 70 100 4 30 70 100 4 30 70 100 16C17301T Electronic Devices and Circuits 4 0 0 16C17302T Electrical Machine – I 4 0 0 16C17303T Electrical Measurement and Instrumentation Object Oriented Programming 4 0 0 4 0 0 Circuit Analysis-I 4 0 0 4 30 70 100 Engineering Mathematics – III 4 0 0 4 30 70 100 3 15 35 50 3 15 35 50 16C17304T 16C17305T 16C17 306T Credit 3 4 4 2 4 3 Practical 16C17301P Electronic Devices and Circuit 0 0 3 16C17302P Electrical Machine – I 0 0 3 16C17303P Electrical Measurement and Instrumentation Object Oriented Programming 0 0 3 3 15 35 50 0 0 3 3 15 35 50 24 0 12 36 240 560 800 16C17304P Grand Total 1 1 1 1 24 SEMESTER IV Subject Code Subjects L T P Contact Hours IA U.E. TOTAL Credit 4 0 0 4 30 70 100 4 16C17401T Theory Power Electronics 16C17402T Electrical Machines –II 4 0 0 4 30 70 100 4 16C17403T Digital Electronics 4 0 0 4 30 70 100 3 16C17404T Microprocessor & Computer Architecture Circuit Analysis-II 4 0 0 4 30 70 100 4 0 0 4 30 70 100 4 0 0 4 30 70 100 0 0 3 3 15 35 50 1 16C17405T 16C17406T 3 3 16C17401P Engineering Mathematics –IV Practical Power Electronics 16C17402P Electrical Machine – II 0 0 3 3 15 35 50 1 16C17403P Digital Electronics 0 0 3 3 15 35 50 1 16C17404P Microprocessor 0 0 3 3 15 35 50 1 3 6 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) Grand Total 24 0 12 36 240 560 24 800 SEMESTER V Subject Code Subjects L T P 4 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 Theory 16C17501T 16C17502T 16C17503T 16C17504T 16C17505T 16C17506T Advanced Power Electronics High Voltage Engineering Advanced Computer Programming Signals and Systems Generation of Electrical Power Mechatronics Contact Hours IA U.E. TOTAL 4 30 70 100 4 30 70 100 4 30 70 100 4 30 70 100 Credit 4 3 3 4 0 0 4 0 0 4 30 70 100 4 0 0 4 30 70 100 High Voltage Engineering Advanced Power Electronics Advanced Computer Programming MATLAB and Simulation 0 0 3 3 15 35 50 0 0 3 3 15 35 50 0 0 3 3 15 35 50 0 0 3 3 15 35 50 Grand Total 24 0 12 36 240 560 800 4 3 3 Practical 16C17502P 16C17501P 16C17503P 16C17507P 1 1 1 1 24 SEMESTER VI 7 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) Subject Code Subjects L T P Contact Hours IA U.E. TOTAL Credit Theory 16C17601T Control Systems 4 0 0 4 30 70 100 4 16C17602T Communication Systems 4 0 0 4 30 70 100 3 16C17603T 4 0 0 4 30 70 100 16C17604T Transmission and Distribution of Electrical Power Protection of Power Systems 4 0 0 4 30 70 100 3 16C17605T Advanced Instrumentation 4 0 0 4 30 70 100 3 16C17606T Electromagnetic Field Theory 4 0 0 4 30 70 100 3 4 Practical 16C17601P Control Systems 0 0 3 3 15 35 50 1 16C17602P Communication Systems 0 0 3 3 15 35 50 1 16C17604P Power Systems 0 0 3 3 15 35 50 1 16C17607P Electrical Simulation 0 0 3 3 15 35 50 1 Grand Total 24 0 12 36 240 560 800 24 SEMESTER VII Subject Code Subjects L T P IA U.E. TOTAL Credit 16C17701T Theory Electric Drives Contact Hours 4 0 0 4 30 70 100 4 16C17702T Design of Electrical Machines 4 0 0 4 30 70 100 2 16C17703T Advanced Control Systems 4 0 0 4 30 70 100 3 16C17704T Elective-I *Utilization of Electrical Energy 16C17705T * Elective-II Electric Traction 2 3 16C17706T Elective-III *Materials in Electrical Systems 16C17707T Non Conventional Energy Sources and Applications Power System Analysis 16C17708T 3 4 0 0 0 0 3 30 70 100 3 30 70 100 4 30 70 100 0 0 2 4 Practical 8 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 16C17701P Electric Drives 0 0 3 3 15 35 50 1 16C17702P Design of Electrical Machines 0 0 3 3 15 35 50 1 16C17709P 50 No Credit 5 490 800 24 Industrial Training 16C17710P 50 Minor Project Grand Total 0 0 8 8 22 0 14 36 210 SEMESTER VIII Subject Code Subjects Contact Hours IA U.E. TOTAL Credit 4 30 70 100 3 4 30 70 100 3 4 30 70 100 3 3 30 70 100 2 3 30 70 100 3 3 3 15 35 50 1 3 3 15 35 50 1 12 12 200 8 18 36 800 24 L T P Theory 16C17801T EHV AC/DC Transmission 4 0 0 16C17802T Power System Stability 4 0 0 16C17803T Switchgear and Protection 4 0 0 16C17804T Elective-II *Artificial Intelligence Elective-II *Computer Networks 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 0 16C17805T 16C17806T Project Management Practical 16C17802P 16C17807P 16C17808P Advanced Power Systems Advanced MATLAB and Simulation Major Project Grand Total 180 420 SEMESTER – I 1. Course code: 16C17-101 2. Course Title: Business Communication and Presentation Skills 3. Contact Hours: L: 2 T: 0 P: 0 4. Examination Duration (Hrs): Theory: 3 Practical: 0 5. Credits: 2 9 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 6. Semester: I 7. Course Learning Objectives: a. b. c. d. To understand ability and builds the confidence in the students. To gain active listening and responding skills To learn the style and organization in technical communication: Listening To understand Politeness and Etiquette in communication; Cultural factors that influence communication e. To learn Standard e-mail practices; Language in e-mail; Using internet for collecting information 8. Details of the Course: UNIT –I L.Hrs.-06 Business communication: Role of communication in information age; concept and meaning of communication; skills necessary for technical communication, Communications in a technical organization; Barriers to the process of communication and sola. UNIT –II L.Hrs.-06 Style and organization in technical communication: Listening, speaking, reading and writing as skills; Objectivity, clarity, precision as defining features of technical communication; Various types of business writing: Letters, reports, notes, memos; Language and format of various types of business letters; Language and style of reports; Report writing strategies; Analysis of a sample report. UNIT –III L.Hrs.-06 Communication and personality development: Psychological aspects of communication, cognition as a part of communication; Emotional Intelligence; Politeness and Etiquette in communication; Cultural factors that influence communication; Mannerisms to be avoided in communication; Language and persuasion; Language and conflict resolution. UNIT –IV L.Hrs.-06 Job Interviews: Purpose and process; How to prepare for interviews; Language and style to be used in interview; Types of interview questions and how to answer them; Group Discussion: structure and dynamics; Techniques of effective participation in group discussion; Preparing for group discussion. UNIT –V L.Hrs.-06 Advanced Techniques in Technical Communication: Interview through telephone/video-conferencing; Power-point presentation: structure and format; Using e-mail for business communication; Standard e-mail practices; Language in email; Using internet for collecting information; Referencing while using internet materials for project reports; Writing for the media. 9. Course Learning Outcomes: After study this course, the student will be able to: a. Develop and prepare for communications in a technical organization. b. Develop skills for writing business letters and reports. c. Participate in debates and interviews at global forum. d. Communicate through phone and e-mail for business communication. e. Coordinate meetings and projects in a technical organization. 10 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) Recommended Books: 1. Fred Luthans, Organizational Behaviour, McGraw Hill 2. Lesikar and Petit, Report writing for Business 3. M. Ashraf Rizvi, Effective Technical Communication, McGraw Hill 4. Wallace and Masters, Personal Development for Life and Work, Thomson Learning 5. Hartman Lemay, Presentation Success, Thomson Learning 6. Malcolm Goodale, Professional Presentations 7. Farhathullah, T. M. Communication skills for Technical Students 8. Michael Muckian, John Woods, The Business letters Handbook 9. Herta A. Murphy, Effective Business Communication 10. MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers 1. Course code: 16C17-102 2. Course Title: Elementary Mathematics for Engineers 3. Contact Hours: L: 2 T: 2 P: 0 4. Examination Duration (Hrs): Theory: 3 Practical: 0 5. Credits: 3 6. Semester: I 7. Course Learning Objective: a) To gain Knowledge and understanding fundamentals to studying mathematics which to explore concepts and develop problem-solving skills. b) To gain Knowledge and understanding fundamentals to studying mathematics which to explore concepts and develop problem-solving skills. c) To Learn Open and closed sets; Limits and Continuity d) To Learn Concept of a derivative, standard rule of differentiation e) To Learn Basic concept, Definite and indefinite integral, Standard rules of integration f) To Learn Basic concept Eigen values and Eigen vectors 8. Details of the Course: UNIT I L.Hrs.-10 Elements of Logic: Sets and functions- elementary set theoretic operations, DeMorgan’s law, convex set, sequences and series-convergence; Open and closed sets; Limits and Continuity. UNIT II L.Hrs.-9 DIFFERENTIAL and Integral Calculus -Concept of a derivative, standard rule of differentiation (including Elementary trigonometric and transcendental function),Total and Partial derivatives, homogeneous functions, Maxima and Minima; UNIT III L.Hrs.-10 Integration Basic concept, Definite and indefinite integral, Standard rules of integration, partial integration, Ordinary (first order) differential equation. UNIT IV L.Hrs.-9 Linear Mathematics 11 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) Matrices (types and operations including elementary row and column operations), inverse; Determinants (rules of computation); Linear Equations and Cramer’s rule, Vector space (concepts of span/ basis/dimension); Eigen values and Eigen vectors. Recommended Books: 1. Engineering Mathematics – I, DR Rekha Chaudhary and Ruchika, Vayu Pub., New Delhi 2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics: H.K. Das, S.Chand Pub., New Delhi 3. Advanced Engineering Mathematics: H.C. Taneja, Vol. 1 & 2, I.K. International. 4. Calculus- I &II: Tom M. Apostol, Wiley 5. Differential Calculus, M.Ray, S.S. Seth & G.C. Sharma 6. Text Book On Differential Calculus, Chandrika Prasad 7. Text Book On Integral Calculus, Chandrika Prasad 1. Course code: 16C17-103 2. Course Title: Applied Physics-I 3. Contact Hours: L: 2 T: 2 P: 0 4. Examination Duration (Hrs): Theory: 3 Practical: 0 5. Credits: 3 6. Semester: I 7. Course Learning Objectives: a) Impart the basic and applied ideas of some common branches of Physics, which an engineering student encounters frequently in their professional course. b) Understand and deal with issues related to electromagnetism, which is concerned to all branches of engineering. 12 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) c) Handle various issues related to interference, diffraction, polarization and their applications. d) Understand the production, detection, application of ultrasound and related issues. e) Understand the underlying principles of acoustic devices. 8. Details of course: UNIT –I L.Hrs.-8 Measurements and Errors: Precision, accuracy, certainty, resolution; Errors - types and sources of errors (definitions and examples), Systematic error, Random error, Ambiguity error, Dynamic error. Drift, Noise; Elements of statistics including precision and variance; Propagation of error; Estimation and minimization of errors in the design followed by implementation and testing. UNIT –II L.Hrs.-10 Optics: Interference: Fresnel’s Bi-prism and its application, Newton’s Rings- Bright & Dark Fringes and its application. Diffraction: Diffraction at Single Slit-Position of Maxima, Minima and Width of Central Maximum, Intensity variation, Diffraction Grating – plane transmission grating. Polarization: Polarized and unpolarized light, Nicol Prism, quarter and half wave plates. Polarimetry: Laurent’s half shade polarimeter. UNIT –III L.Hrs.-08 Fiber Optics: Introduction, Propagation of light in optical fiber- total internal reflection; Numerical Aperture and various fiber parameters, Losses associated with optical fibers, Type of fibersstep index and graded index fibers, application of optical fibers. UNIT –IV L.Hrs.-09 Elastic Properties of materials and Waves and Vibrations: Relation between elastic constants, bending of beams- cantilever; Simple harmonic motion – its expression and differential equation; Superposition of two linear SHMs, Damped and Forced vibrations- differential equations. Amplitude and velocity resonance, Sharpness of resonance and Quality factor. UNIT –V L.Hrs.-09 Sound: Definitions: Velocity, frequency, wavelength, intensity, loudness, pitch, quality of sound, reflection of sound, echo; Reverberation: reverberation time, Sabine’s formula, remedies over reverberation; Absorption of sound, absorbent materials; Conditions for good acoustics of a building; Ultrasonic – Production of Ultrasonics by Piezo-electric and magnetostriction; Engineering applications of Ultrasonics, Infrasound – Seismography (concept only). 9. Course leaning outcomes : After study this course, the student will be able to: a. Impart the basic and applied ideas of some common branches of Physics, which an engineering student encounters frequently in their professional course. b. Understand and deal with issues related to electromagnetism, which is concerned to all branches 13 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) of engineering. c. Handle various issues related to interference, diffraction, polarization and their applications. d. Understand the production, detection, application of ultrasound and related issues. e. Understand the underlying principles of acoustic devices. Recommended Books: 1. Srivastava&Yadav, Engineering Physics, Theory and Experiments, New Age International Publishers. 2. Bottaccini M.R, C.E. Merill, Instruments and Measurements, Bell and Howell 3. Sharma V., Pathak A., Bhardwaj D. & Sharma M., Engineering Physics – I, Neelkanth Publishers (P) Ltd. 4. Vasudeva A. S., Essentials of Engineering Physics, S. Chand & Company Ltd. 5. Subramanium&BrijLal, Text book of Sound 6. Eugene Hecht &A.R.Ganesan (2009), Optics, Pearson 7. Francis A.Jenkins, Harvey E.White, Fundamentals of Optics, McGraw Hill 8. Nayak A., Engineering Physics, S.K. Kataria& Sons. 9. Rawat&Soni, Engineering Physics, College Book House (Pvt.) Ltd., Jaipur (Practical) Applied Physics-I 1. To determine the wavelength of monochromatic light by Newton’s ring. 2. To determine the wavelength of monochromatic light with the help of Fresnel’s biprism. 3. To determine the wavelength of spectral lines. 4. To determine the dispersive power of a material of prism. 5. To determine the specific rotation of cane sugar solution. 6. To determine the focal length of two lenses. 7. To determine the numerical aperture and bending loss in an optical fiber. 8. To determine the value of ‘g’. 9. To determine elastic constants (y, ƞ, k) of a given material. 10. To measure the compressibility of liquids. 11. To determine the height of an object using sextant. 12. To draw the characteristics of a PN-junction diode in forward bias & reverse bias conditions. 1. Course code: 16C17-104 2. Course Title: Chemistry-I 14 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 3. Contact Hours: L: 2 T: 2 P: 0 4. Examination Duration (Hrs): Theory: 3 Practical: 0 5. Credits: 3 6. Semester: I 7. Course Learning Objectives: a. To aquire knowledge and desalination of untreated water, determination and treatment of b. municipal water c. To gain the knowledge of conducting polymers, rubbers and fiber reinforced plastics d. To impart knowledge for the mechanism, properties of lubricants and soaps e. To understand the significance, applications in the field of biotechnology and processes of f. various biotechnological processes g. To understand and apply methods and appropriate technology to the study of Instrumental Analysis 8. Details of course: UNIT –I L.Hrs.-10 Water: Types of hardness- Units, Determination of hardness by EDTA method, Alkalinity of water and its significance, Numerical problems. Water Softening methods, Specifications for drinking water (BIS and WHO standards), Chlorination of Water, Toxicity of water; Sources of water pollutants. UNIT –II L.Hrs.-08 Polymers: Polymerization, Classification, Thermoplastics and Thermo-sets, Copolymerization, Preparation, Properties and Uses of PE, PVC, Formaldehyde resins; Melamineformaldehyde-urea resins, Bakelite, Rubbers-Buna-S, Buna-N, Neoprene, Vulcanization, Fibers-Nylon, Decron. UNIT –III (7) Surfactants and Lubricants: Surface active agents- Methods of preparation of soap, Cleaning mechanism, Types and advantages of detergents; Lubricants-Types of lubricants and Mechanism of lubrication, Physical and Chemical properties of lubricants. UNIT –IV (7) Biotechnology: Significance and application of Biotechnology, Bioreactors, Biotechnological processes; Fermentation, Production of Alcohol, Bio-fuels, Biosensors, Biofertilizers. Bio-surfactants, Bio-chips. Introduction to green chemistry. UNIT –V (8) Instrumental Techniques: Fundamentals of Spectroscopy; Principles and applications of UV-visible, IR & Atomic absorption Spectroscopy; Principles and applications of chromatographic techniques including GLC, HPLC. 9. Course leaning outcomes : After study this course, the student will be able to: 15 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) A. Develop innovative methods to produce soft water for industrial use and potable water at cheaper cost. B. Substitute metals with conducting polymers and produce cheaper biodegradable polymers to reduce environmental pollution. C. Select various lubricants for machinery and mechanism of cleansing action of soaps and detergents. D. Understand various manufacturing methods of biotechnological processes. E. Know about the basic principles and applications of instrumental analytical methods. Practical Chemistry-I Total Hardness of Water; Determination of carbonate and non carbonate hardness of water sample; Determination of Alkalinity of water sample; Chloride Content in Water; Saponification Value of an Oil; Acid value of an Oil; Surface tension determination. Determination of Viscosity. Demonstration of TLC / Paper chromatography. Preparation of methyl orange, Preparation of Ni-DMG, preparation of aspirin, Potentionmetric Titration/Redox Titration. *Note:Any ten experiments to be conducted and many to be demonstrated. Recommended Books: 1. ShashiChawla (2004), AText Book of Engineering Chemistry, DhanpatRai Publishing Co. 2. S.S.Dara (2006), Engineering Chemistry, Chand & Co. 3. Jain and Jain (2006), Engineering Chemistry, DhanpatRai Publishing Co. 4. Journal Biochem. Biophys.Methods, Vol. 67(2-3), 2006, pp.151-61. 5. International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry, Vol. 91 (3), 2011, pp. 272 – 279. 6. Chemical Education Journal, Vol. 13, No. 2, 2009, Reg. No. 13-12, 28. 1. Course code: 16C17-105 2. Course Title: Engineering Graphics 3. Contact Hours: L: 1 T: 0 P: 4 4. Examination Duration (Hrs): Theory: 0 Practical: 3 5. Credits: 3 6. Semester: I 7. Course Learning Objectives: a) To understand comprehend general projection theory, with an emphasis on the use of orthographic projection to represent three-dimensional objects in two-dimensional views. b) To learn Principles of Orthographic Projections- Conventions - Projections of Points c) To learn Sectional Views of Right Angular Solids d) To understand Principles of Isometric projection– Isometric Scale 16 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) e) To learn Planes, Simple and compound Solids; Conversion of Isometric Views to Orthographic Views and Vice-versa Details of the Course: UNIT –I L.Hrs.- 05 Introduction to Engineering Drawing :Principles of Engineering Graphics and their significance, usage of Drawing instruments, lettering, Conic sections including the Rectangular Hyperbola (General method only); Cycloid, Epicycloid, Hypocycloid and Involute. UNIT –II L.Hrs.- 17 Orthographic Projections: (10 Sheets)Principles of Orthographic Projections- Conventions - Projections of Points and lines inclined to both planes; Projections of planes inclined Planes - Auxiliary Planes (04 sheets). UNIT –III L.Hrs.- 17 Sections (02 Sheets) and Sectional Views of Right Angular Solids (02 Sheets): Prism, Cylinder, Pyramid, Cone–Auxiliary Views; Development of surfaces of Right Regular Solids-Prism, Pyramid, Cylinder and Cone. UNIT –IV L.Hrs.- 17 Isometric Projections : (05 Sheets) Principles of Isometric projection– Isometric Scale, Isometric Views, Conventions; Isometric Views of lines, Planes, Simple and compound Solids; Conversion of Isometric Views to Orthographic Views and Vice-versa, Conventions. 9. Course Learning Outcomes: After study this course, the student will be able to: a. Recognize the dimensions/units and annotate two dimensional engineering drawing. b. Draw isometric projections of simple objects. c. Draw orthographic projection of solids like cylinders, cones, prisms and pyramids including sections. d. Sketch orthographic projections into isometric projections and vice versa. e. Apply modern CAD software (Auto CAD) that uses solid modeling approach for 2D/3D drawing. Recommended Books: 1. Bhat, N.D.& M. Panchal (2008), Engineering Drawing, Charotar Publishing House 2. Shah, M.B. & B.C. Rana (2008), Engineering Drawing and Computer Graphics, Pearson Education 3. Dhawan, R.K. (2007), A Text Book of Engineering Drawing, S. Chand Publications 17 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 4. Narayana, K.L. & P Kannaiah (2008), Text book on Engineering Drawing, Scitech Publishers 1. Course code: 16C17-106 2. Course Title: Basic Engineering Mechanics 3. Contact Hours: L: 2 T: 2 P: 0 4. Examination Duration (Hrs): Theory: 3 Practical: 0 5. Credits: 3 6. Semester: I 7. Course Learning Objectives: a) To give knowledge of basic introduction to both statics and dynamics. b) To understand the laws and principles of mechanics. c) To learn fundamental principles & concepts of Vector algebra, Newton’s laws, gravitation, force d) To understand Centroid of simple figures from first principle and centroid of composite sections e) To learn Mass moments- and products- of inertia, radius of gyration, transfer of axes, flat plates and composite bodies Details of the Course: UNIT -I L.Hrs.-10 Introduction to Engineering Mechanics: Basic concepts, System of Forces, Coplanar Concurrent Forces, and Components in Space – Resultant- Moment of Forces and its Application; Couples and Resultant of Force System, Equilibrium of System of Forces, Free body diagrams, Equations of Equilibrium of Coplanar Systems and Spatial Systems. Friction: Types of friction, Limiting friction, Laws of Friction, Static and Dynamic Friction; Motion of Bodies, wedge friction, screw jack & differential screw jack. UNIT –II L.Hrs.-10 Statics: Basics Concepts, Fundamental principles & concepts: Vector algebra, Newton’s laws, gravitation, force (external and internal, transmissibility), couple, moment (about point and about axis), Varignon’s theorem, resultant of concurrent and non-concurrent coplanar forces, static equilibrium, free body diagram, reactions. Problem formulation concept; 2-D statics, two and three force members, alternate equilibrium equations, constraints and static determinacy; 3-D statics. UNIT –III L.Hrs.-14 Centroid and Centre of Gravity: Centroid of simple figures from first principle, centroid of composite sections; Centre of Gravity and its implications; Area moment of inertiaDefinition, Moment of inertia of plane sections from first principles, Theorems of moment of inertia, Moment of inertia of standard sections and composite sections; Mass moment inertia of circular plate, Cylinder, Cone, Sphere, Hook. UNIT –IV L.Hrs.-10 18 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) Moment of mass: Mass moments- and products- of inertia, radius of gyration, transfer of axes, flat plates (relation between area- and mass- moments- and products- of inertia), composite bodies. Rotation of axes.Virtual Work and Energy Method- Virtual displacements, principle of virtual work for particle and ideal system of rigid bodies, degrees of freedom. Active force diagram, systems with friction, mechanical efficiency. Conservative forces and potential energy (elastic and gravitational), energy equation for equilibrium. Applications of energy method for equilibrium. Stability of equilibrium. UNIT –V L.Hrs.-10 Analysis of Structures- Trusses: Assumptions, rigid and non-rigid trusses; Simple truss (plane and space), analysis by method of joints. Analysis of simple truss by method of sections; Compound truss (statically determinate, rigid, and completely constrained).Analysis of frames and machines. Friction: Coulomb dry friction laws, simple surface contact problems, friction angles, types of problems, wedges. Sliding friction and rolling resistance. Recommended Books: 1. Shanes and Rao (2006), Engineering Mechanics, Pearson Education, 2. Hibler and Gupta (2010), Engineering Mechanics (Statics, Dynamics) by Pearson Education 3. Reddy Vijaykumar K. and K. Suresh Kumar(2010), Singer‟s Engineering Mechanics 4. Bansal R.K.(2010), A Text Book of Engineering Mechanics, Laxmi Publications 5. Khurmi R.S. (2010), Engineering Mechanics, S. Chand & Co. 9. Course Learning Outcomes: After study this course, the student will be able to: a) b) c) d) Understand types of forces and their applications Understand concept of centre of gravity Knowledge of types of friction Understand fundamental principles & concept of Newton's law of motion e) Knowledge of work, power and energy. 1. Course code: 16C17-108 2. Course Title: Engineering Workshop 3. Contact Hours: L: 0 T: 0 P: 6 4. Examination Duration (Hrs): Theory: 0 Practical: 3 5. Credits: 3 6. Semester: I 7. Course Learning Objectives: a) To design and model different prototypes in the carpentry trade such as cross lap joint, dove tail joint. 19 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) b) Develop various basic house wiring techniques such as two lamps with one switch, connecting a fluorescent tube, series wiring, go down wiring. c) To learn the internal hardware, operating system, and software applications. d) To Understand Students to get connected to their Local Area Network and access the Internet. e) To learn Installation of MS windows and Linux on the personal computer and configure to dual boot the system 8. Details of course Mechanical Engineering: Trades for experiments (with a minimum of two exercises under each trade) - Carpentry, Fitting, Tin-Smithy and Development of jobs carried out and soldering, Black Smithy, House Wiring, Foundry (Molding only), Plumbing. Mechanical Engineering: Trades for demonstration for exposure -Power tools in Construction, Wood working, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering practices. Information Technology: Hardware ExperimentsTask 1: Introduction to Computer, Block diagram of computer Types of computer, Main components of computer, Input, Output and Storage device of computer. Introduction to Software and Hardware. Task 2: Disassemble and Assemble the PC back to working condition. Task 3: Troubleshooting: Students to be given a PC which does not boot due to improper assembly or defective peripherals and system software problems. To identify the problem and fix it to get the PC back to working condition; Software ExperimentsTask 4: Install MS windows and Linux on the personal computer and configure to dual boot the system. Task 5: Productivity Tools- Use Office Tools Word, Excel for creating Scheduler, Calculating GPA, basic Power Point utilities and tools which help to create basic Power Point Presentation as well as interactive Presentation using Hyperlinks, Inserting – Images, Clip Art, Audio, Video, Objects, Tables and Charts. Task 6: Students to get connected to their Local Area Network and access the Internet. In the process to configure the TCP/IP setting, access the websites and email. 9. Course Learning Outcomes: After study this course, the student will be able to: a) Design and model different prototypes in the carpentry trade such as cross lap joint, dove tail joint. b) Develop various basic house wiring techniques such as two lamps with one switch, connecting a fluorescent tube, series wiring, go down wiring. c) To learn the internal hardware, operating system, and software applications. d) To Understand Students to get connected to their Local Area Network and access the Internet e) To learn Installation of MS windows and Linux on the personal computer and 20 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) configure to dual boot the system Recommended Books: 1. Kannaiah, P. and K.L. Narayana (2009), Workshop Manual, Sceitech Publishers 2. Anfinson, David and Ken Quamme (2008), IT Essentials PC Hardware and Software Companion Guide, CISCO Press, Pearson Education 3. Venkat Reddy, K (2008), Workshop Practice Manual, B.S. Publications 4. Gupta, Vikas (2010), Comdex Information Technology Course Tool Kit - WILEY Dreamtech 5. Chris Grover, Mathew MacDonald, E.A., Vander Veer, (2007), Microsoft Office 2007: The Missing 1. Course code: 16C17-107 2. Course Title: Value Education, Human Rights and Legislative Procedures 3. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 0 P: 0 4. Examination Duration (Hrs): Theory: 3 Practical: 0 5. Credits: 3 6. Semester: I 7. Course Learning Objectives: a) To develop interaction between society and educational institutions b) To sensitize the citizens so that the norms and values of human rights and duties education programme are realized c) To learn Character and Competence- Science vs. God, Holy books vs. blind faith, Selfmanagement and good health d) To learn Jurisprudence of human rights nature and definition and niversal protection of human rights e) To understand Indian constitution, Philosophy, fundamental rights and duties, Legislature 9. Details of course: UNIT –I L.Hrs.-10 Values and Self DevelopmentSocial values and individual attitudes, Work ethics, Indian vision of humanism, Moral and non-moral valuation, Standards and principles, Value judgments. Importance of cultivation of values, Sense of duty, Devotion, Self-reliance, Confidence, Concentration, Truthfulness, Cleanliness, Honesty, Humanity, Power of faith, National unity, Patriotism, Love for nature, Discipline. UNIT –II L.Hrs.-10 21 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) Personality and Behavior DevelopmentSoul and scientific attitude, God and scientific attitude, Positive thinking, Integrity and discipline, Punctuality, Love and kindness, Avoiding fault finding, Free from anger, Dignity of labor, Universal brotherhood and religious tolerance, True friendship, Happiness vs. suffering love for truth, Aware of self-destructive habits, Association and cooperation, Doing best, Saving nature. UNIT –III L.Hrs.-9 Character and CompetenceScience vs. God, Holy books vs. blind faith, Self-management and good health, Science of reincarnation, Equality, Nonviolence, Humility, Role of women, All religions and same message, Mind your mind, Self-control, Honesty, Studying effectively. UNIT –IV L.Hrs.-8 Human RightsJurisprudence of human rights nature and definition, Universal protection of human rights, Regional protection of human rights, National level protection of human rights, Human rights and vulnerable groups. UNIT –V L.Hrs.-10 Legislative ProceduresIndian constitution, Philosophy, fundamental rights and duties, Legislature, Executive and Judiciary, Constitution and function of parliament, Composition of council of states and house of people, Speaker, Passing of bills, Vigilance, Lokpal and functionaries. 9. Course Learning Outcomes: After studying this course, students will be able to a. Realize the significance of ethical human conduct and self-development. b. Inculcate positive thinking, dignity of labour and religious tolerance. c. Adopt value based living and holistic technologies to save nature. d. Create awareness, conviction & commitment to values for improving the quality of life through education, and for advancing social and human well being. e. Sensitize the students as citizens so that the norms and values of human rights and duties education programme are realized. Recommended Books: 1. Chakraborty, S.K., Values and Ethics for Organizations Theory and Practice, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2001. 2. Kapoor, S.K., Human rights under International Law and Indian Law, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2002. 3. Basu, D.D., Indian Constitution, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2002. 4. Frankena, W.K., Ethics, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 1990. 22 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 5. Meron Theodor, Human Rights and International Law Legal Policy Issues, Vol. 1 and 2, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2000. SEMESTER - II 1. Course code: 16C17-201 2. Course Title: Environmental Sciences 3. Contact Hours: L: 2 T: 0 P: 0 4. Examination Duration (Hrs): Theory: 3Practical: 0 5. Credits: 2 6. Semester: II 7. Course Learning Objectives: a) To understand the natural environment and its relationships with human activities to Integrate facts, b) To learn the concepts and methods from multiple disciplines and apply to environmental problems. c) To learn types of pollution- Air, water d) To learn methods of environmental protection, biological indicators, biosensors e) To understand Climate change- Reasons, Greenhouse effect, Global warming 8. Details of course UNIT –I L.Hrs.-06 Natural ResourcesRenewable and Non-renewable Resources, Forests, water, minerals, Food and land (with example of one case study). UNIT –II L.Hrs.06 Biodiversity and its conservation -Biodiversity at global, national and local levels; India as a mega-diversity nation; Threats to biodiversity (biotic, abiotic stresses), and strategies for conservation. UNIT –III L.Hrs.-06 Environmental PollutionTypes of pollution- Air, water (including urban, rural, marine), soil, noise, thermal, nuclear; Pollution prevention. UNIT –IV L.Hrs.-06 Environmental BiotechnologyFor environmental protection, biological indicators, biosensors, bioremediation, phytoremediation, biopesticides, biofertilizers. UNIT –V L.Hrs.-06 Social Issues and EnvironmentClimate change- Reasons, Greenhouse effect, Global warming. Legal issues- Environmental legislation (Acts and issues involved), Environmental ethics. 9. Course Learning Outcomes(COs): Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to: 23 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) a. Understand the environmental issues pertaining to day-to-day living; gain awareness for need of environmental education vis-à-vis education for sustainable development. b. Understand and be aware of the management of natural resources; importance of the conserving energy and environmental resources. c. Understand the need for intellectual property associated with endemic and valuable biological resources. d. Understand about global issues associated with climatic changes and international protocols. e. Aware of the diverse variety of social issues associated with environmental deterioration involving human component such as population, rights, ethics. Recommended Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Gilbert M. Masters, (2004),Introduction to Environmental Engineering and Science, 2nd Ed., Pearson Benny Joseph, (2006), Environmental Science and Engineering, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi Rajagopalan.R., (2005), Environmental Studies – from crisis to cure, Oxford University Press DarmendraS.Senger., (2007), Environmental Law, Prentice Hall of India (P) Ltd, New Delhi Hans-JoachinJoerdening and Josef Winter., (20 05)), Environmental Biotechnology Concepts and Applications, Willy-VCH Verlag. Bruce E.Rittman, Perry L., (2001), Environmental Biotechnology; Principles and Applications, McCarty, Paperback. 1. Course code: 16C17 -202 2. Course Title: Multivariate Analysis, Linear Algebra and Special Functions 3. Contact Hours: L: 2 T: 2 P: 0 4. Examination Duration (Hrs): Theory: 3 Practical: 0 5. Credits: 3 6. Semester: II 7.Course Learning Objectives: 24 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) a) b) c) d) To familiarize the prospective engineers with techniques To understand multivariate analysis, linear algebra and some useful special functions. To learn Laws of vector algebra, operations- dot, cross, triple To learn Gradient, Divergence and curl-formulae, Orthogonal curvilinear Coordinates e) To understand- Dirichlet integral; Other special functions-sine and cosine integral 8. Details of course UNIT –I L.Hrs.-10 Multivariate functions Partial derivatives, Maximum- Minimum problems, Lagrangians, Chain rule, Line integrals, Simple connected regions, Green’s theorem; Path independence, Surface integrals, Stokes theorem; The convolution theorem. UNIT –II L.Hrs.-09 Vectors Laws of vector algebra, operations- dot, cross, triple products; Vector functions- limits, continuity and derivatives, geometric interpretation; Gradient, Divergence and curl-formulae, Orthogonal curvilinear Co-ordinates, Jacobians, gradient divergence. UNIT –III L.Hrs.-09 Gamma, Beta and other Special functions The Gamma function, values and graph, The Beta functions- Dirichlet integral; Other special functions-sine and cosine integral, Bessel’s function. Legendre differential equation and polynomials. 9. Course Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to: a) Familiarize the prospective engineers with techniques b) Solve problems of multivariate analysis, linear algebra and some useful special functions. c) Learn Laws of vector algebra, operations- dot, cross, triple d) Learn Gradient, Divergence and curl-formulae, Orthogonal curvilinear Co-ordinates e) Understand- Dirichlet integral; Other special functions-sine and cosine integral Recommended Books 1. Engineering Mathematics II: Dr. MardhulaPurohit and Kalpna Sharma, Vayu Publication, New Delhi. 2. Introduction to Engineering Mathematics: Dr. H.K. Das. 3. Text Book on Differential Calculus: Chandrika Prasad 4. Text Book in Integral Calculus : Chandrika Prasad 5. Differential Calculus : G.C. Sharma 1. Course code: 16C17 -203 2. Course Title: Applied Physics-II 25 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 3. Contact Hours: L: 2 T: 2 P: 2 4. Examination Duration (Hrs): Theory: 3 Practical: 3 5. Credits: 3 6. Semester: II 7.Course Learning Objectives: a) To learn various approaches to data analysis and become comfortable using computational methods to analyze and solve problems b) To learn Addition of Velocities, Mass Energy Equivalence, Variation of Mass with Velocity. c) To learn Stimulated emission of d) To learn Time independent equation and Applications of Schrödinger’s equation e) To understand Physical concept of entropy. Specific heat, Stefan’s law, Heat exchangers; Solar water heater. 8. Details of course UNIT –I L.Hrs.-08 Relativistic Mechanics: Inertial and Non Inertial frames, Michelson Morley Experiment, Postulates of Special Theory of Relativity, Galilean and Lorentz Transformation, Length Contraction and Time Dilation, Addition of Velocities, Mass Energy Equivalence, Variation of Mass with Velocity. UNIT –II L.Hrs.-09 Solid State Physics: Free electron theory (qualitative), Fermi energy, Density of states (qualitative), Semiconductors and insulators –band gaps, Fermi level for intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors. Diffusion and drift current (qualitative), Conductivity and photoconductivity, Hall Effect (with derivation), Concepts of optoelectronics, LED, Solar cells. UNIT –III L.Hrs.-09 Laser: Fundamentals of LASER- Energy levels in atoms, absorption of light, spontaneous emission of light, Stimulated emission of light – population of energy levels, Einstein A and B coefficients, Metastable state, population inversion, resonant cavity, excitation mechanisms, Lasing action; Properties of laser, characteristics of different types of laser; Types of laser: Ruby laser and He-Ne laser; Applications of Laser in Engineering, Holography. UNIT –IV L.Hrs.-09 Introductory Quantum Mechanics: Wave particle duality, Concept of de Broglie’s Matter waves, derivation of wavelength of matter waves in different forms, Heisenberg’s Uncertainty principle, Concept of wave 26 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) function Ψ and interpretation of | Ψ |2 ; Schrödinger’s Time independent equation, Applications of Schrödinger’s equation: (i) Particle in a box and (ii) One dimensional Harmonic Oscillator. UNIT –V L.Hrs.-08 Thermal Physics: Concept of Heat- Various Modes of Transfer of Heats by conduction, convection and radiation. Concept of entropy: Entropy change in reversible and irreversible processes, The principle of increase of entropy of Universe, Physical concept of entropy. Specific heat: Relation between Cp and Cv. Radiation – Stefan’s law,Heat exchangers; Solar water heater. 9. Course Learning Outcomes(COs): Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to: a) Identify and describe various bonds between the atoms and properties of various materials. b) Recognize and design a building based on acoustical requirements. c) Find the advancements in material testing by using non destructive testing techniques. d) Classify various magnetic and dielectric materials and its utilization in various fields. e) Analyze why Laser light is more powerful than normal light and its applications in various fields. f) Demonstrate the application of optical fibers in communication. Extend the knowledge of characterization techniques to know the composition of Nano material 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Practical Applied Physics II To determine the current sensitivity of a galvanometer of given resistance and calculate the values of shunt resistances to convert it into ammeters of different ranges. To determine the current sensitivity of a galvanometer of given resistance and calculate the value of series resistances to convert it into voltmeters of different ranges. To determine the time constant ‘τ’ of the circuit by charging and discharging. To determine the energy band gap of a given semiconductor material. To determine the energy band gap of a given semiconductor material. To measure the value of unknown resistance using Wheatstone bridge. To verify Stefan’s law. 8. To determine the coherence length &coherence time of He-Ne laser. 9. To determine Hall coefficient and mobility of charge carrier in a given sample of semiconductor. 27 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 10. To determine the dielectric constant of given mica film. 11. To determine the specific resistance of a given wire. 12. To study the variation of magnetic field along the axes of current carrying circular coil and then to estimate the radius of the coil. Note: Students will perform at least eight experiments from the above list. Recommended Books: 1. Arthur Beiser, Concepts of Modern Physics, TataMcGraw Hill. 2. Srivastava&Yadav, Engineering Physics, Theory and Experiments, New Age International Publishers. 3. Sharma V., Pathak A., Bhardwaj D. & Sharma M., Engineering Physics – I, Neelkanth Publishers (P) Ltd. 4. Vasudeva A. S., Essentials of Engineering Physics, S. Chand & Company Ltd. 5. Nayak A., Engineering Physics, S.K. Kataria& Sons. 6. Taneja S.P., Modern Physics for Engineers, R Chand Publishers. 7. Rawat&Soni, Engineering Physics, College Book House (Pvt.) Ltd., Jaipur 1. Course code: 16C17-204 2. Course Title: Chemistry II 3. Contact Hours: L: 2 T: 2 P: 0 4. Examination Duration (Hrs): Theory: 3 Practical: 0 5. Credits: 3 6. Semester: II 7. Course Learning Objectives: a. To understand concept of conductivity, electrochemical cells, cell constant and its determination b. To understand mechanism of corrosion and application of preventive procedures c. To understand the concept of coal analysis, properties of fuels, batteries and nuclear fuels d. To gain fundamental knowledge of nanotechnology, synthesis and applications of nanomaterials e. To understand the applications of phase rule in different component systems and also applications of various alloys 8. Details of course UNIT –I L.Hrs.-7 Electrochemistry: Conductance, Cell constant and its determination; Single electrode potentials, Electrolytic and Galvanic cells, EMF series, Nernst equation, Cell emf measurement, Reversible and irreversible cells. UNIT –II L.Hrs.-7 Corrosion: 28 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) Definition and scope of corrosion, Direct chemical corrosion, Electrochemical corrosion and its mechanisms; Types of electrochemical corrosion, (differential aeration, galvanic, concentration cell); Typical Electrochemical corrosion like Pitting, Waterline; Factors affecting corrosion, Protection of corrosion. UNIT –III L.Hrs.-10 Energy Sciences: Fuels– Types of fuels, Calorific value, Determination of Calorific value, Numerical problems based on it; Analysis of coal, Refining of Petroleum, Liquid fuels, Fuels for IC engines, Knocking and anti-knock agents, Octane and Cetane values, Cracking of oils; Advantages and disadvantages; Nuclear Energy production from nuclear reactions, Nuclear reactor, Nuclear fuel cycles, Nuclear waste disposal; Safety measures of Nuclear reactors; Battery technology – Fundamentals of primary cells, Rechargeable batteries, Ni-Cd, Li-ion batteries; Fuel cells- principles, applications, advantages/disadvantages. UNIT –IV L.Hrs.-07 Nano materials: Introduction, Fullerenes, Carbon nanotubes, Nanowires; Synthesis of nanomaterials; Topdown& bottom up approach; Applications of nanomaterials. Fundamentals of nanomaterials. UNIT –V L.Hrs.-9 Metals and Alloys: Phase rule and its applications to one and two component systems; Types of Alloys. Ferrous and nonferrous alloys, Carbon steel, Alloy steel, Alloys of Cu, Al, Pb. 9. Course Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to: 1. 2. 3. 4. Determine cell constant, different conductances of electrolytical solutions. Apply their knowledge for protection of different metals from corrosion. Gain the knowledge of coal analysis, fuels, fuel cells and battery technology. Understand converting solar energy into most needy electrical energy efficiently and economically to reduce the environmental pollution 5. Design economically and new methods to synthesize nanomaterials Recommended Books: 1. ShashiChawla (2004), A Text Book of Engineering Chemistry, DhanpatRai Publishing Co. 2. S.S.Dara (2006), Engineering Chemistry, Chand & Co. 3. Jain and Jain (2006), Engineering Chemistry, DhanpatRai Publishing Co. 4. N. Krishnamurthy et. al ((20014), Engineering Chemistry, PHI Publishers. 1. Course code: 16C17 -205 2. Course Title: Basic Electrical Engineering 29 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 3. Contact Hours: L: 2 T: 2 P: 2 4. Examination Duration (Hrs): Theory: 3 Practical: 3 5. Credits: 3 6. Semester: II 7.Course Learning Objectives: a) To provide a comprehensive way of learning instruction. b) To obtain the knowledge and skills necessary for immediate employment and continued advancement in the field of electrical engineering. c) To learn Generation of sinusoidal voltage, average value, root mean square value. d) To learn the principle of operation and construction of single phase transformers e) To understand the concept of Wind, Solar, Fuel cell, Tidal, Geo-thermal 8. Details of course UNIT –I L.Hrs.-07 D. C. Circuits; Ohm's Law and Kirchhoff‟s Laws; Analysis of series and parallel. Power and energy; Electromagnetism covering, Faradays Laws, Lenz's Law, Fleming's Rules, Statically and dynamically induced EMF; Concepts of self-inductance, mutual inductance and coefficient of coupling; Energy stored in magnetic fields. UNIT –II L.Hrs.-07 Single Phase A.C. Circuits: Generation of sinusoidal voltage- definition of average value, root mean square value, form factor and peak factor of sinusoidal voltage and current and phasor representation of alternating quantities; Analysis with phasor diagrams of R, L, C, RL, RC and RLC circuits; Real power, reactive power, apparent power and power factor, Three phase AC circuits covering necessity and advantages, Generation of three phase power, definition of phase sequence, balance supply and balance load. UNIT –III L.Hrs.-07 Transformers: Principle of operation and construction of single phase transformers (core and shell types). EMF equation, losses. UNIT –IV L.Hrs.-10 DC Machines: Working principle of DC machine as a generator and a motor; Types and constructional features; EMF equation of generator; DC motor working principle; Back EMF and its 30 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) significance, Types of D.C. motors, characteristics and applications. Necessity of a starter for DC motor. UNIT –V L.Hrs.-07 Sources of Electrical Power: Introduction to Wind, Solar, Fuel cell, Tidal, Geo-thermal; Concept of cogeneration, and distributed generation. 9. Course Learning Outcomes(COs): Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to: a) Comprehend the basics of Electrical Engineering and practical implementation of Electrical fundamentals. b) Develop numerical solutions to fundamental electrical engineering. c) Make use of basic principles involved in electrical engineering concepts. d) Examine the methods to solve AC circuits. e) Analyze various circuits using network theorems. f) Know the basics of electric machines used in industries. Summarize the different applications of commonly used electric machinery Recommended Books: 1. Nagrath I.J. and D. P. Kothari (2001), Basic Electrical Engineering, Tata McGraw Hill 2. Hayt and Kimberly, Engineering Circuit Analysis, Tata McGraw Hill 3. Kulshreshtha D.C. (2009), Basic Electrical Engineering, Tata McGraw Hill 4. Rajendra Prasad (2009), Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering, Prentice Hall, India 5. Hughes, E. 2005), Electrical Technology .Pearson Publishers 6. Parker Smith (2003), Problems in Electrical Engineering, CBS Publishers 7. Van ValkenburgNetwork Analysis, Prentice Hall, India 8. H. Lee Willis (2004) Power Distribution Planning Reference Book, CRC Press Practical Basic Electrical Engineering General introduction to Electrical Engineering Laboratory, experimental set‐ups, instruments etc; Introduction to domestic wiring, service mains, meter board and distribution board; Wiring of two‐way and three‐way switching of lamp; Use of Fuse and Miniature Circuit breaker; Electric Shocks and precautions against shocks; Basic methods of Earthing; Verification of Kirchhoff‟s Voltage Law and Kirchhoff‟s Current Law; Serial and Parallel resonance‐Tuning, Resonant frequency, Bandwidth and Q factor determination for RLC network; Measurement of active and reactive power in balanced 3‐phase circuit using twowatt meter method; Polarity and Ratio; Speed control of Induction Motor using rotor, Resistance. 31 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) Recommended Books: 1. Tarnekar, S.G. A Textbook of Laboratory Course in Electrical Engineering S Chand Publications 2. Rao S, Electrical Safety, Fire Safety Engineering, Khanna Publications 3. H. Lee Willis 2004), Power Distribution Planning Reference Book,CRC Press 4. David A Bell (2000), Laboratory Manual For Electric Circuits, Prentice‐Hall, India 1. Course code: 16C17 -206 2. Course Title: Computer Programming 3. Contact Hours: L: 2 T: 2 P: 2 4. Examination Duration (Hrs): Theory: 3Practical: 3 5. Credits: 3 6. Semester: II 7. Course Learning Objectives: a) To provide complete knowledge of C language and able to develop logics. b) Tolearn keywords, identifiers, special symbols, constants and Classification of constants-Integer constants c) To learn Unformatted I/O functions, Formatted input using scan d) To learn, Prototypes; Header files, Parameter passing in C, Call by Value and Call by Reference e) To understand Pointer variable declaration and Initialization. Pointer operators, Pointer expressions and Arithmetic 8. Details of course UNIT –I L.Hrs.-07 Introduction: To computer organization; Evolution of Operating Systems; Machine languages, Assembly Languages and High Level Languages; Key Software and Hardware Trends, Procedural & Object Oriented Programming Methodologies; Program Development in C, Structured 32 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) Programming – Algorithm and its characteristics, Flow charts, Symbols used in flow charts, Advantages of flow charts, Limitations of flow charts. Examples of Algorithm and flow charts. UNIT –II L.Hrs.-07 Basic structure of a C program: Token: keywords, identifiers, special symbols, constants: Classification of constants-Integer constants, floating point constants, single character constants, string constants. Operators, Classification of operators- Arithmetic operators, relational operators, logical operators, assignment operators, increment/decrement operators , Conditional operator, special operators, bitwise operators, precedence of operators, delimeters, escape sequences. UNIT –III L.Hrs.-10 Control statements: Sequential statements, Unformatted I/O functions, Formatted input using scanf() function, formatted output using printf() function, Branching statements: if, else if, nested if and switch statement. Looping statements:for statement, while statement, do while statement, nested loops. jumping statements: goto, break and continue statements.Programming examples using control statements. UNIT –IV L.Hrs.-07 Function Definition: Prototypes; Header files, Parameter passing in C, Call by Value and Call by Reference; Standard functions, Recursive functions, Preprocessor commands, Example C programs; Scope, Storage classes; Arrays covering, Declaring arrays in C, Passing arrays to functions, Array applications, Two –dimensional arrays, Multidimensional arrays, C program examples. UNIT –V L.Hrs.-10 Pointers in C: Pointer variable declaration and Initialization. Pointer operators, Pointer expressions and Arithmetic, Relationship between pointers and arrays; Strings including Concepts, String Conversion functions, C Strings, String Manipulation Functions and String Handling Library. Structure and Union. 9. Course Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to: a) Understand the basic computer system concepts. b) Design algorithm, draw flowchart and write the program for a given scenario. c) Use the concepts of C-programming language and functions available in C-library to develop the programs. 33 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) d) e) f) g) Examine the static memory allocation and dynamic memory allocation. Experiment recursive and non-recursive functions Create and update files. Analyze the searching, sorting techniques and basic operations of stacks and queues. Recommended Books: 1. Dietel&Dietel (2000), C – How to Program, Pearson Education 2. Ellis Horowitz, SartajSahni, Susan Anderson (1993), Fundamentals of Data Structures in C, PrenticeHall of India 3. B.W. Kernighan and Dennis M.Ritchie (1988), The C Programming Language, Pearson Education 4. J.R. Hanly and E.B. Koffman (2007), Problem Solving and Program Design in C, Pearson Education 5. A.M. Tanenbaum, Y. Langsam& M.J. Augenstein(2005),Data Structures using C, Pearson Education 34 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) Practical Computer Programming UNIT-I L.Hrs.-07 Write a program in C to print the NIMS University, Jaipur Write a program in C to calculate and print the sum, subtract, multiply and divide of two no, Write a program in C to calculate and print the Total, Average and Percentage marks. Write a program in C to calculate and print the net price of item. Write a program in C to convert the temperature. Write a program in C to print the numbers from 1 to 10 UNIT-II L.Hrs.-07 Write a program in C to print the higher of two numbers. Write a program in C to check whether the no is even or odd Write a program in C to print the highest of three numbers. Write a program in C to print the count of digit of a number. Write a program in C to print the sum and reverse of an integer Number. Write a program in C to check whether the no. is prime or not Write a program in C to check whether the number is palindrome or not. Write a program in C to print the factorial value of an integer number. Write a program in C to print the day of week using Switch statement. Write a program in C to print the higher of two number using goto statement. Write any program in C using continue and break statement. UNIT-III L.Hrs.-10 Write a program in C to enter 5 elements in one dimensional array and then print the same elements. Write a program in C to enter 5 elements in one dimensional array then print the sum and average of elements. Write a program in C to enter the element in 5×5 matrix then print the sum of element. Write a program in C to enter the element in 5×5 matrix then print the highest value. Write a program to multiply two matrices Write a program to find the transpose of a matrix. Write a program in C to print the highest of two number using pointer. Write a program in C to swap two values using pointer. Write a program in C to print the highest of two number using call by value. Write a program in C to Swap two number using call by reference. 35 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) Write a program in C to print the sum of two no using function return type. Write a program in C to print the highest of two number using function return type. Write a program in C to find the factorial of an integer number using function return type. UNIT-IV (7) Write a program in C to enter the string then print the 1. length of string, reverse of string, concatenation of two string. 2. length of string, Reverse of string, concatenation of two string, compare two string using function. UNIT-V L.Hrs.-04 Write a program in C to print the Net salary of an employee using structure. Write a program in C to print the employee name and Net salary of an employee using structure. Write a program in C to print the student name Total and Average marks using Union. Recommended Books: 1. Dietel&Dietel (2000), C – How to Program, Pearson Education 2. R. J. Dromey (1991), How to solve it by Computer, Prentice-Hall, India. 3. B.W. Kernighan and Dennis M.Ritchie (1988),The C Programming Language, Pearson Education 4. J.R. Hanly and E.B. Koffman(2007), Problem Solving and Program Design in C, Pearson Education 1. Course code: 16C17-207 2. Course Title: Introduction to Electronics Engineering 3. Contact Hours: L: 2 T: 2 P: 0 4. Examination Duration (Hrs): Theory: 3 Practical: 0 5. Credits: 3 6. Semester: II 7.Course Learning Objectives: a) To analyse complex electrical and electronics engineering problems and apply appropriate engineering techniques and design processes. b) To learn Conductors, semiconductors, and insulators c) To learn Breakdown Mechanisms, Zener Diode and Opto-Electronic Devices d) To learn Four Layer Diode, Bi-Directional Thyristors, Uni-Junction Transistor e) To understand Zener Diode, Zener Resistance, Applications of Zener Diode 8. Details of course UNIT –I L.Hrs.-10 Semiconductor Physics. Conductors, semiconductors, and insulators; introduction to semiconductors and their types, current systems, Drift and diffusion current equations; formation of p-n junction; junction under forward and reverse bias UNIT –II L.Hrs.-10 Diode& Applications. 36 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) Semiconductor Diode - Ideal versus Practical, Resistance Levels, Diode Equivalent Circuits, Load Line Analysis; Diode as a Switch, Diode as a Rectifier, Half Wave and Full Wave Rectifiers with and without Filters, optoelectronic devices, LED’s, photodiode,and applications UNIT –III L.Hrs.-09 Types of Diodes. Breakdown Mechanisms, Zener Diode– Operation and Applications; Opto-Electronic Devices – LEDs, Photo Diode and Applications; Silicon Controlled Rectifier (SCR)– Operation, Construction, Characteristics, Ratings, Applications UNIT –IV L.Hrs.-08 Break Down Diode. Break down mechanisms (Zener and Avalanche), Breakdown characteristics, Zener Diode, Zener Resistance, Applications of Zener Diode and its use as Shunt Regulator UNIT –V L.Hrs.-08 Thyristors. The Four Layer Diode, Bi-Directional Thyristors, Uni-Junction Transistor And Its Application In Thyristor Circuit. 9. Course Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to: a) Comprehend the fundamentals of construction of the semiconducting materials, fabrication of elements working principles and operation of semiconductors. b) Analyze the concept with the working principles of forward and reverse bias characteristics. c) Know the basic skills in design and analysis of the filters circuits, biasing circuits. Discriminate the principle, construction and operation BJTs, FETs and MOSFETs. d) Interpret the different techniques for FET and MOSFET circuit designs. Recommended Books: 1. Sedra and Smith: Microelectronic Circuits 2. Millman and Halkias: Integrated Electronics 1. Course code: 16C17-208 37 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 2. Course Title: Technical English 3. Contact Hours: L: 2 T: 0 P: 0 4. Examination Duration (Hrs): Theory: 3 Practical: 0 5. Credits: 0 6. Semester: II 7.Course Learning Objectives: a) To create effectively standard formats used to construct meaningful documents. b) To format various kinds of reports, sets of instructions, letters and memos. c) To learn Writing a brief summary or answering questions on the material listened d) To learn- Intensive reading, Predicting content, Interpretation, Inference from text e) To learn Pronunciation, stress and intonation, Oral presentation on a topic, Group discussion, Accepting others‟ views / ideas 8. Details of course . UNIT –I L.Hrs.-10 Language FocusTechnical vocabulary, Synonyms and Antonyms, Numerical adjectives, Conjunction and Preposition clauses, Noun and adjective clauses, Abbreviations, Acronyms and homonyms, Phrasal verbs and idioms. UNIT –II L.Hrs.-9 Language FocusRelative clauses, Imperative and infinitive structures, Question pattern, Auxiliary verbs (Yes or No questions), Contrasted time structures, Adverbial clauses of time, place and manner, Intensifiers, Basic pattern of sentences. UNIT –III L.Hrs.-9 ReadingIntensive reading, Predicting content, Interpretation, Inference from text, Inferential information, Implication, Critical Interpretation, Reading brief notices, advertisements, editorial of news papers. UNIT –IV L.Hrs.-10 ListeningListening to lectures, seminars, workshops, News in BBC, CNN TV channels, Writing a brief summary or answering questions on the material listened. UNIT –V L.Hrs.-8 SpeakingPronunciation, stress and intonation, Oral presentation on a topic, Group discussion, Accepting others‟ views / ideas, Arguing against others’ views or ideas, Interrupting others’ talk, addressing higher officials, colleagues, subordinates, a public gathering, a video conferencing. 9. Course Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to: 1. Read and comprehend a wide range of text and know the importance of lifelong learning. 2. Improve English language proficiency with an emphasis on LSRW skills. 3. Interpret academic subjects with better understanding. 38 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 4. Express ideas fluently and appropriately in terms of various social and professional areas. 5. Revamp English language skills to meet the corporate needs. 6. Present themselves in various formal, social and professional situations. Recommended Books: 1. English for Engineers and Technologists, Volumes 1 and 2, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Anna University, Chennai, Orient Longmans Publication, 2008 2. Balasubramanyam, M and Anbalagan, G., Perform in English, Anuradha Publications, Kumbakonam, 2010. 3. Meenakshi Raman and Sangeetha Sharma, Technical Communication: Principles and Practice, OxfordUniversity Press, New Delhi, 2004. 4. KiranmaiDutt, P. et al. , A Course on Communication Skills, Edition Foundation Books, New Delhi, 2007. 5. Ashraf Rizvi, M., Effective Technical Communication, Tata McGraw Hill Publication, New Delhi, 2008. SEMESTER - III 1. Course Code : 16C17301 2. Course Title: Electronic Devices and Circuits 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 , P: 3 5. Credits: 4 6. Semester: 3 7.Learning Objectives: a) To analyze ideal diode and ideal diode circuits and able to understand real mathematical model of a diode . b) To solve diode circuits. c) We learn basic characteristics of BJT and MOSFET d) Analyze DC of BJT and FET circuits resistance, output resistance. 8. Detail of the course: Unit-I: Diodes and Applications Semiconductor Diode - Ideal versus Practical, Resistance Levels, Diode Equivalent Circuits, Load Line Analysis; Diode as a Switch, Diode as a Rectifier, Half Wave and Full Wave 39 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) Rectifiers with and without Filters; Breakdown Mechanisms, Zener Diode – Operation and Applications; Opto-Electronic Devices – LEDs, Photo Diode and Applications; Silicon Controlled Rectifier (SCR) – Operation, Construction, Characteristics, Ratings, Applications; Unit-II: Transistor Characteristics Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT) – Construction, Operation, Amplifying Action, Common Base, Common Emitter and Common Collector Configurations, Operating Point, Voltage Divider Bias Configuration; Field Effect Transistor (FET) – Construction, Characteristics of Junction FET, Depletion and Enhancement type Metal Oxide Semiconductor (MOS) FETs, Introduction to CMOS circuits; Unit-III: Transistor Amplifiers and Oscillators covering, Classification, Small Signal Amplifiers– Basic Features, Common Emitter Amplifier, Coupling and Bypass Capacitors, Distortion, AC Equivalent Circuit; Feedback Amplifiers – Principle, Advantages of Negative Feedback, Topologies, Current Series and Voltage Series Feedback Amplifiers; Oscillators – Classification, RC Phase Shift, Wien Bridge, High Frequency LC and Non-Sinusoidal type Oscillators; Unit-IV: Operational Amplifiers and Applications Introduction to Op-Amp, Differential Amplifier Configurations, CMRR, PSRR, Slew Rate; Block Diagram, Pin Configuration of 741 Op-Amp, Characteristics of Ideal OpAmp, Concept of Virtual Ground; Op-Amp Applications - Inverting, Non-Inverting, Summing and Difference Amplifiers, Voltage Follower, Comparator, Differentiator, Integrator; Unit-V: Timers and Data Converters IC 555 Timer – Block Diagram, Astable and Monostable Multivibrator Configurations; Data Converters – Basic Principle of Analogue–to-Digital (ADC) and Digital-to-Analogue (DAC) Conversion, Flash type, Counter-ramp type and Successive Approximation type ADCs, Resistor Ladder Type DAC, Specifications of ADC and DAC; 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) Understand operation of analog devices and circuits. b) Examine the operation of oscillators and amplifiers. c) Design multi-vibrators and wave shaping circuit Practical 1. Study the diode clipping circuits. 2. Study the diode clamping circuits. 3. Study Zener diode as voltage regulator. 4. Study the common emitter configuration of a transistor. 5. Study the common base configuration of a transistor. 6. Study the common collector configuration of a transistor. 7. Study FET as (a) A source follower (b) A voltage variable resistor. 8. Study FET as (a) A chopper (b) A constant current source. 9. Study the following mathematical operations using Op-Amps:- (a) Addition (b) Subtraction (c) Multiplication (d) Division (e) Integration (f) Differentiation 10.Study the Op-Amp as wave form Generator: (a) Astable Multivibrator (b) Triangle Wave Generator (c) Schmitt Trigger Reference Books: 40 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 1. Millman and Halkias, “Integrated Electronics”, Mc Graw Hill. 2. R. Boylested and L. Nashelsky, “Electronics Devices and Circuits”, Prentice Hall India. 3. Millman and Halkias, “Electronics Devices and Circuits”, TMH Edition. 4. Malcolm Goodge, “Analog Electronics Analysis and Synthesis”, TMH Edition. 5. Malvino, “Electronics Principles”, TMH Edition.. 1. Course Code : 16C17302 2. Course Title: Electrical Machines-I 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 , P: 3 5. Credits: 4 6. Semester: 3 7.Learning Objectives a) Appraise electrical supply equipment and be able to make selections from theoretical considerations. b) To analyze and describe aspects of the construction, principle of operation, applications, c) To learn methods of speed control, and methods of direction reversal of d.c. machines. 8.Details of the course UNIT-I: Electromechanical Energy Conversion Basic principles of electromechanical energy conversion. Basic aspects and physical phenomena involved in energy conversion. Energy balance. UNIT-II: DC generators Construction, Types of DC generators, emf equation, lap & wave windings, equalizing connections, armature reaction, commutation, methods of improving commutations, demagnetizing and cross magnetizing mmf, interpoles, characteristics, parallel operation. Rosenberg generator. UNIT-III: DC Motors Principle, back emf, types, production of torque, armature reaction & interpoles, characteristics of shunt, series & compound motor, DC motor starting. Speed Control of DC Motor: Armature voltage and field current control methods, Ward Leonard method. Braking, losses and efficiency, direct & indirect test, Swinburne’s test, Hopkinsions test. UNIT-IV: Transformers Construction, types, emf equation. No load and load conditions. Equivalent circuits, Vector diagrams, OC and SC tests, Sumpner’s back-to-back test, efficiency. Voltage regulation, effect of frequency, parallel operation, autotransformers, switching currents in transformers, separation of losses. UNIT-V: Polyphase Transformers Single unit or bank of single-phase units, polyphase connections, Open delta and V connections, Phase conversion: 3 to 6 phase and 3 to 2 phase conversions, Effect of 3-phase winding connections on harmonics, 3-phase winding transformers, tertiary winding. 9. Course Learning Outcomes 41 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) a) Understand the construction and principle of operation of DC machines, single and phase three phase transformers and auto transformers. b) Analyze the effect of armature reaction and the process of commutation. c) Analyze parallel operation of DC Generators, single phase and three phase transformers Practical 1. Speed control of D.C. shunt motor by (a) Field current control method & plot the curve for speed vs field current. (b) Armature voltage control method & plot the curve for speed vs armature voltage. 2. Speed control of a D.C. Motor by Ward Leonard method and to plot the curve for speed vs applied armature voltage. 3. To determine the efficiency of D.C. Shunt motor by loss summation (Swinburne’s) method. 4. To determine the efficiency of two identical D.C. Machine by Hopkinson’s regenerative test. 5. To perform O.C. test on a 1-phase transformer and to determine the parameters of its equivalent circuit its voltage regulation and efficiency. 6. To perform S.C. test on a 1-phase transformer and to determine the parameters of its equivalent circuit its voltage regulation and efficiency. 7. To determine the efficiency and voltage regulation of a single-phase transformer by direct loading. 8. To perform OC & SC test on a 3-phase transformer & find its efficiency and parameters of it`s equivalent circuit. Reference Books: 1. Gupta J B, ELECTRICAL MACHINES-I,pub. S K Kataria & Sons Pub. 2. B. L. Theraja, A. K. Theraja, A Textbook of Electrical Technology : AC and DC Machines (Volume - 2), S. Chand (2012) Pub. 3. Nagrath & Kothari, Electric Machines 4 Edition, Tata McGraw - Hill Education (2010) Pub. 4. Smarajit Ghosh, Electrical Machines I, Pearson (2011) Pub. 1. Course Code : 16C17303 2. Course Title: Electrical Measurement and Instrumentation 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 , P: 3 5. Credits: 4 6. Semester: 3 7.Learning Objectives 42 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) a) The objective of the course is to provide a brief knowledge of measurements and measuring instruments related to engineering. b) The basic idea of this course is to give the sufficient information of measurements in any kind of industry viz. electrical, electronics, mechanical etc. c) Applications of instruments for measurement of current, voltage, single-phase power and single-phase energy. 8. Detail of the course UNIT-I: Measuring Instruments Classification of instrument system, Characteristics of instruments & measurement system Moving coil, moving iron, electrodynamics and induction instruments-construction, operation, torque equation and errors. Applications of instruments for measurement of current, voltage, single-phase power and single-phase energy. Errors in wattmeter and energy meter and their compensation and adjustment. Testing and calibration of single-phase energy meter by phantom loading. UNIT-II: Polyphase Metering Blondel's Theorem for n-phase, p-wire system. Measurement of power and reactive kVA in 3-phase balanced and unbalanced systems: One-wattmeter, two-wattmeter and threewattmeter methods. 3-phase induction type energy meter. Instrument Transformers: Construction and operation of current and potential transformers. Ratio and phase angle errors and their minimization. Effect of variation of power factor, secondary burden and frequency on errors. Testing of CTs and PTs. Applications of CTs and PTs for the measurement of current, voltage, power and energy. UNIT-III: Potentiometers Polar type & Co-ordinate type AC potentiometers, application of AC Potentiometers in electrical measurement Construction, operation and standardization of DC potentiometers– slide wire and Crompton potentiometers. Use of potentiometer for measurement of resistance and voltmeter and ammeter calibrations. UNIT-IV: Measurement of Resistances Classification of resistance. Measurement of medium resistances – ammeter and voltmeter method, substitution method, Wheatstone bridge method. Measurement of low resistances – Potentiometer method and Kelvin's double bridge method. Measurement of high resistance: Price's Guard-wire method. Measurement of earth resistance. Unit-V: AC Bridges Generalized treatment of four-arm AC bridges. Sources and detectors. Maxwell's bridge, Hay's bridge and Anderson bridge for self-inductance measurement. Heaviside's bridge for mutual inductance measurement. De Sauty Bridge for capacitance measurement. Wien's bridge for capacitance and frequency measurements. Sources of error in bridge measurements and precautions. Screening of bridge components. Wagner earth device. 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) Compare performance of MC, MI and Dynamometer types of measuring instruments, Energy meters and CRO. b) Determine the circuit parameters using AC and DC bridges c) Compute the errors in CTs and PTs d) Select transducers for the measurement of temperature, displacement and strain e) Understand operating principles of electronic measuring instruments 43 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) Practical 1. Study working and applications of (i) C.R.O. (ii) Digital Storage C.R.O. & (ii) C.R.O. Probes 2. Study working and applications of Meggar, Tong-tester, P.F. Meter and Phase Shifter. 3. Measure power and power factor in 3-phase load by Two-wattmeter method. 4. Measure power and power factor in 3-phase load by One wattmeter method. 5. Calibrate an ammeter using DC slide wire potentiometer. 6. Measure Low resistance by Kelvin's double bridge. 7. Measure self-inductance using Anderson's bridge. 8. Measure capacitance using De Sauty Bridge. 9. Measure frequency using Wein's bridge. Reference Books: 1. A.K. Sawhney, Puneet Sawhney: A Course In Electrical And Electronic Measurements And Instrumentation, Dhanpat Rai Publications (2012) Pub. 2. J.B.Gupta- A Course In Electronics and Electrical Measurements and Instrumentation 1st Edition, S. K. Kataria & Sons (2009) Pub. 3. David A. Bell, Electronic Instrumentation and Measurements 3rd Edition, Oxford University Press (2013) Pub. 1. Course Code : 16C17303 2. Course Title: Object Oriented Programming 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 , P: 3 5. Credits: 4 6. Semester: 3 7.Learning Objectives a) Specify simple abstract data types and design implementations, b) Using abstraction functions to document them. c) Recognize features of object-oriented design such as encapsulation, polymorphism, d) Inheritance, and composition of systems based on object identity. 8. Detail of the course UNIT I: Object Oriented Concepts Introduction: Object Oriented Programming and Concepts, Features: Abstraction, Encapsulation, Information Hiding, Access Modifiers (public, protected, private), Polymorphism, Overloading; Inheritance and container classes, Overriding Methods, Abstract Classes. UNIT II: Classes And Objects Class: Class definition and objects creation, Accessing Class Members: Variables and Methods, Default arguments, Constructor & Destructors. Inline function, Friend function. Dynamic Memory Allocation, Static Class and Static Function, this Pointer. UNIT III: Polymorphism 44 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) Polymorphism: Types of Polymorphism, function overloading and operator overloading, Restrictions on Operator Overloading, Operator Functions as Class Members versus Friend Functions, Overloading operators: Unary Operators, Binary Operators. UNIT IV: Inheritance Inheritance: Introduction, Types of Inheritance, Base Classes and Derived Classes, Abstract base classes, Use of virtual functions in classes, Pointer to derived class, Use of Protected and Private Inheritance and Member Functions, Overriding Base Class Members in a Derived Class. UNIT V: File Handling & Templates File handling: Introduction, Creating sequential files, reading and writing files, opening and closing of file, detecting the end of file, Exception handling: Try-Catch-Throw Mechanism, Templates: Function Templates, Class Template. 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) Able to understand the Concept of class and object, attributes, public, private and protected members,derived b) Deal with the Variation from C++ to JAVA. Introduction to Java byte code, virtual machine, application & applets of Java c) Able to understand the function and operator overloading. Working with class and derived classes. Single, multiple and multilevel inheritances and their combinations d) Learn Arithmetic operators, bit wise operators, relational operators, Boolean logic operators, e) Abel to understand the Packages, access protection, importing & defining packages 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Practical Programs based on inheritance property. Programs of operator overloading (complex number arithmetic, polar coordinates). Programs using friend functions. Programs on various matrix operations. Stack operations using OOPs concepts. To implement Tower of Hanoi problem. Reference Books: 1. Object Oriented Programming in Turbo C++ : Robert Lafore , 4th Ed., Pearson Education. 2. Object oriented Programming with C++:E Balagurusamy, 2001, TMH. 3. Computing Concepts with C++ Essentials: Horstmann, John Wiley. 4. Object Oriented Programming in C++ : Bhave, Pearson. 5. Programming with C++ : D Ravichandran, 2003, TMH. 6. The Complete Reference in C++ :Herbert Schildt, 2005, TMH. 7. Object Oriented Programming in C++, S.K.Pandey. 8. Mastering C++, K R Venugopal, TMH. 45 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 1. Course Code : 16C17304 2. Course Title: Circuit Analysis-I 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 5. Credits: 4 6. Semester: 3 7.Learning Objectives a) The course will give the basic understanding and knowledge of electrical networks and mathematical methods for analysis of linear models. b) The course is an essential base for further studies in many different areas where piecewise linear or linear models are used. c) Response of networks to step, ramp, impulse, pulse and sinusoidal inputs. d) Method of obtaining dual network. 8. Detail of the course UNIT-I: Introduction Introduction to circuit elements and their characteristics. Current and voltage reference. Response of single element, double element and triple element circuits. Resonance, selectivity & Q-factor in ac circuits. Network Analysis: Network voltages. Mesh & node systems of network equations and their comparison. Graph of network, tree, incidence matrix, fundamental circuit functions, cut sets, f-circuits analysis and f-cut set analysis, node and node pair analysis. Duality. Method of obtaining dual network. UNIT-II: Network Theorems Thevenis’s, Norton's, Superposition, Reciprocity, Compensation, Millman's, Tellegen’s, Maximum power transfer. UNIT-III: Polyphase Circuits General Circuit Relations: Three Phase Star, Three Phase Delta, Star and Delta Combination, Four Wire Star Connection, Balanced Three Phase Voltages And Unbalanced Impedances. Power and Reactive Volt-Amperes in a 3-Phase System. Power Relations in AC Circuits: Instantaneous Power in AC Circuits, Power Factor, Apparent Power, Reactive Power, Power Triangle, Complex Power. UNIT-IV: Non-Sinusoidal Waves Complex Periodic Waves and Their Analysis By Fourier Series. Different Kinds of Symmetry, Determination of Co-Efficient. Average and Effective Values of a Non-Sinusoidal Wave, Power in a Circuit of Non-Sinusoidal Waves of Current and Voltage, Form Factor, Equivalent Sinusoidal Wave and Equivalent Power Factor. Response of Linear Network to Non-Sinusoidal Periodic Waves. Response of networks to step, ramp, impulse, pulse and sinusoidal inputs. UNIT-V: Time Domain and Frequency Domain Analysis Time domain and frequency domain analysis of circuits. Shifting theorem, initial and final value theorems. Special signal waveforms with Laplace transform & applications to circuit operations. 46 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) Evaluate steady state and transient behaviour of single port networks for DC and AC excitations. b) Examine behaviour of linear circuits using Laplace transform and transfer functions of single port and two port networks c) Analyze series and parallel resonant circuits. d) Synthesize waveforms using step, ramp and impulse functions. Reference Books: 1. Abhijit Chakrabarti , Circuit Theory : Analysis and Synthesis 6 Edition, Dhanpat Rai Publications (2004) . 2. W. H. Hayt, S. M. Durbin, J. E. Kemmerly, Engineering Circuit Analysis 7 Edition, Tata McGraw - Hill Education (2010) Pub. 3. M. E. Van Valkenburg, Network Analysis 3 Edition, PHI Learning (2011) Pub. 4. J. David Irwin, R. Mark Nelms, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis 9th Edition, Wiley India Pvt Ltd (2010) Pub. 1. Course Code : 16C17305 2. Course Title: Engineering Mathematics–III 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 5. Credits: 4 6. Semester: 3 7.Learning Objectives a) To understand different analytical complex variables and statistical techniques b) To familiarize the students, in some detail, about the analysis on Complex Number c) To field Provide grounding in Statistics and foundational concepts that can be applied in modeling processes and decision making. d) To Learn Laplace Transforms, existence theorem, Laplace transforms of derivatives and integrals e) To Solution of system of linear equations, Gauss- Seidal method, Crout method 8. Detail of the course UNIT I: Laplace Transform Laplace Transform, Existence Theorem, Laplace transform of Derivatives and Integrals, Inverse Laplace Transform, Unit Step Function, Dirac Delta Function, Laplace Transform of Periodic Functions`, Convolution Theorem, Application to solve simple linear and simultaneous differential equations and Partial differential equation. UNIT II: Fourier Series & Z Transform 47 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) Expansion of simple functions in Fourier series. Half range series, Change of intervals, Harmonic analysis. Z TRANSFORM - Introduction, Properties, Inverse Z-Transform. UNIT III: Fourier Transform Complex form of Fourier Transform and its inverse, Fourier sine and cosine transform and their inversion. Applications of Fourier Transform to solution of partial differential equations having constant co-efficient with special reference to heat equation and wave equation. UNIT IV: Complex Variables-I Analytic functions, Cauchy-Riemann equations, Elementary conformal mapping with simple applications, Line integral in complex domain, Cauchy’s theorem, Cauchy’s integral formula. UNIT V: Complex Variables-II Taylor’s series, Laurent’s series poles, Residues, Evaluation of simple definite real integrals using the theorem of residues. Simple contour integration. 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) b) c) d) Explain the applications and the usefulness of Mathematical modelling. Classify and explain the different types of models as applicable to engineering. Understand purpose of using numerical techniques to engineering problems. Know how to develop, mathematical models to represent different types of engineering problems and the appropriate numerical schemes. e) Evaluate the models resulting from engineering problems. Reference books: 1.James Brown; Ruel Churchill, Fourier Series & Boundary Value Problems, TMH Pub. 2. S Kalavathy; S Sankarappan, Differential Equations and Laplace Transforms, TMH Pub. 3. Murray Spiegel, Seymour Lipschutz, John Schiller, Dennis Spellman, Shishir Gupta Comlex Variables (Schaum Series), TMH Pub. 4. Kasana, Complex Variables, PHI Pub. 5. Andrews & Shivamoggi , Integral Transform for Engineers, PHI Pub. 6. K. K. Dube Fundamental of Complex Analysis, I K International Pub. SEMESTER - IV 1. Course Code : 16C17401 2. Course Title: Power Electronics 48 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 5. Credits: 4 6. Semester: 4 7.Learning Objectives a) Power electronics also allow for the variance of electric motor drive speeds, reducing the amount of energy consumed by making processes more efficient. b) The energy saved by taking advantage of power electronics is important for our changing environment by using less valuable resources. c) Analysis of voltage series, voltage shunt, current series and current shunt feedback amplifiers. Stability criterion. d) Students learns about different types of transformer 8. Detail of the course UNIT I: Feedback Amplifiers Classification, Feedback concept, transfer gain with feedback. General characteristics of negative feedback amplifiers. Analysis of voltage series, voltage shunt, current series and current shunt feedback amplifiers. Stability criterion. UNIT II: Oscillators Classification of oscillators and Criterion for oscillation. RC-phase shift, Hartley, Colpitts, tuned collector, Wein Bridge and crystal oscillators. Astable, monostable and bistable multivibrators. Schmitt trigger. UNIT III: OP-AMP and Its Applications Operational amplifier: inverting and non-inverting modes. Characteristics of ideal op-amp. Offset voltage and currents. Basic op-amp applications. Differential Amplifier and common mode rejection ratio. Differential DC amplifier and stable ac coupled amplifier. Integrator and differentiator. Analog computation, comparators, sample and hold circuits, logarithmic & antilog Amplifiers and Analog multipliers. UNIT IV: Power Amplifiers Class –A large signal amplifiers, second harmonic distortion, higher order harmonic generation, Transformer coupled audio power amplifier, collector efficiency. Push-pull amplifier: Class A, Class B and Class AB operations. Comparison of performance with single ended amplifiers. UNIT-V: Power Devices Power Diode, SCR, Power transistor, BJT, MOSFET, IGBT 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) b) c) d) Compare characteristics of switching devices. Evaluate the performance of rectifiers. Design DC-DC converter with given characteristics Analyze and evaluate the operation of Inverters and Cycloconverters Practical 49 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 1. Plot gain-frequency characteristics of BJT amplifier with and without negative feedback in the emitter circuit and determine bandwidths, gain bandwidth products and gains at 1KHz with and without negative feedback. 2. Plot and study the characteristics of small signal amplifier using FET. 3. Study the following oscillators and observe the effect of variation of C on oscillator frequency: (i) Hartley (ii) Colpitts 4. (i) Study op-amp in inverting and non-inverting modes. (ii) Use op-amp as scalar, summer and voltage follower. 5. Use of op-amp as differentiator and integrator. 6. Study Op-amp characteristics and get data for input bias current, measure the outputoffset voltage and reduce it to zero and calculate slow rate. 7. V-I Characteristics of Power Diode. 8. V-I Characteristics of SCR. Reference Books: 1. P.S. Bhimbra- Power Electronics, 11th Edition, Khanna Publishers 2. Muhammad Harunur Rashid, Power Electronics: Circuits, Devices, and Applications, 3rd edition, Pearson/Prentice Hall Pub. 3. M.D. Singh- Power Electronics, 2nd edition, Tata McGraw-Hill Education Pub. 1. Course Code : 16C17402 2. Course Title: Electrical Machines-II 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 , P: 3 5. Credits: 4 6. Semester: 4 7.Learning Objectives a) To expose the students to the concepts of various types of electrical machines and applications of electrical machines. b) To impart knowledge on Constructional details, principle of operation, c) Performance of starters and speed control of DC Machines Constructional details. d) Principle of operation of Transformers. e) Constructional details, principle of operation of AC Machines 8. Detail of the course 50 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) UNIT I: Introduction General equation of inducted emf, AC armature windings: concentric and distributed winding, chording, skewing, effect on induced emf. Armature and field mmf, effect of power factor and current on armature mmf, harmonics. Rotating fields. UNIT II: Induction Motors Construction of squirrel cage & slip ring induction motor, basic principles, flux and mmf waves, induction motor as a transformer. Equivalent circuits, torque equation, torque-slip curves, no load & block rotor tests, circle diagram, performance calculation. Effect of rotor resistance. Cogging, Crawling. Double cage squirrel cage induction motor, induction generator, induction regulator. UNIT III: Starting & Speed Control of Induction Motors Various methods of starting & speed control of squirrel cage & slip ring motor, cascade connection, braking. Single-Phase Induction Motor: Revolving field theory, starting methods, equivalent circuits. UNIT IV: Synchronous Generator Construction, types, excitation systems, principles. Equation of induced emf, flux and emf waves, theory of cylindrical rotor and salient pole machines, tworeactance theory, phasor diagrams, power developed, voltage regulation, OC & SC tests, zero power factor characteristics, potier triangle and ASA method of finding voltage regulation, synchronization, parallel operation, hunting and its prevention. UNIT V: Synchronous Motors Types, construction, principle, phasor diagrams, speed torque characteristics, power factor control, V-curves, starting methods, performance calculations, applications, synchronous condenser, synchronous induction motor. 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) Understand the construction and principle of operation of induction machines and synchronous machines. b) Evaluate performance characteristics of induction machine and synchronous machines c) Analyze speed torque characteristics and control the speed of induction motors d) Analyse the effects of excitation and mechanical input on the operation of synchronous machine Practical 1. To plot the O.C.C. & S.C.C. of an alternator and to determine its regulation by synchronous impedance method. 2. To plot the V-curve for a synchronous motor for different values of loads. 3. To perform sumpner’s back-to-back test on 3 phase transformers, find its efficiency & parameters for its equivalent circuits. 4. To perform the heat run test on a delta/delta connected 3-phase transformer and determine the parameters for its equivalent circuit. 5. To perform no load and blocked rotor test on a 3 phase induction motor and to determine the parameters of its equivalent circuits. Draw the circle diagram and compute the following (i) Max. Torque (ii) Current (iii) slip (iv) p.f. (v) Efficiency. 51 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 6. To perform the load test on a 3-phase induction motor and determine its performance characteristics (a) Speed vs load curve (b) p.f. vs load curve (c) Efficiency vs load curve (d) Speed vs torque curve. 7. Determination of losses and efficiency of an alternator. Reference Books: 1. J. B Gupta, Electrical Machine – II, S. K. Kataria & Sons Pub. 2. B. L. Theraja, A. K. Theraja, A Textbook of Electrical Technology : AC and DC Machines (Volume - 2), S. Chand (2012) Pub. 3. Nagrath & Kothari, Electric Machines 4 Edition, Tata McGraw - Hill Education (2010) Pub. 1. Course Code : 16C17403 2. Course Title: Digital Electronics 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 , P: 3 5. Credits: 4 6. Semester: 4 7.Learning Objectives a) To acquire the basic knowledge of digital logic levels and application of knowledge b) To understand digital electronics circuits. c) To prepare students to perform the analysis and design of various digital electronic. d) Features of logic algebra, postulates of Boolean algebra flip-flops. 8. Detail of the course UNIT I: Number Systems, Basic Logic Gates & Boolean Algebra Binary Arithmetic & Radix representation of different numbers. Sign & magnitude representation, Fixed point representation, complement notation, various codes & arithmetic in different codes & their inter conversion. Features of logic algebra, postulates of Boolean algebra. Theorems of Boolean algebra. Boolean function. Derived logic gates: ExclusiveOR, NAND, NOR gates, their block diagrams and truth tables. Logic diagrams from Boolean expressions and vice-versa. Converting logic diagrams to universal logic. Positive, negative and mixed logic. Logic gate conversion. UNIT II: Sequential Systems Latches, flip-flops, R-S, D, J-K, Master Slave flip flops. Conversions of flip-flops. Counters: Asynchronous (ripple), synchronous and synchronous decade counter, Modulus counter, skipping state counter, counter design. Ring counter. Counter applications. Registers: buffer register, shift register. 52 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) UNIT III: Minimization Techniques Minterm, Maxterm, Karnaugh Map, K map upto 4 variables. Simplification of logic functions with K-map, conversion of truth tables in POS and SOP form. Incomplete specified functions. Variable mapping. Quinn-Mc Klusky minimization techniques. UNIT IV: Combinational Systems Combinational logic circuit design, half and full adder, subtractor. Binary serial and parallel adders. BCD adder. Binary multiplier. Decoder: Binary to Gray decoder, BCD to decimal, BCD to 7-segment decoder. Multiplexer, demultiplexer, encoder. Octal to binary, BCD to excess-3 encoder. Diode switching matrix. Design of logic circuits by multiplexers,encoders, decoders and demultiplexers. UNIT V: Digital Logic Gate Characteristics TTL logic gate characteristics. Theory & operation of TTL NAND gate circuitry. Open collector TTL. Three state output logic. TTL subfamilies. MOS & CMOS logic families. Realization of logic gates in RTL, DTL, ECL, C-MOS & MOSFET. Interfacing logic families to one another. 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) Design combinational and sequential digital circuits to meet a given specification and be able to represent logic functions in multiple. b) Understand how CMOS transistors can be used to realize digital logic circuits and understand basic characteristics of logic gates (such as power, noise margins, c) Understand the importance and need for verification and testing of digital logic circuits. d) Understand the principle of operation and design of a wide range of electronic circuits such as computer RAM and ROM. e) Understand how convert signals from analog to digital and digital to analog. Practical 1. To study and perform experiment- Compound logic functions and various combinational circuits based on AND/NAND and OR/NOR Logic blocks. 2. To study and perform Binary Addition & Subtraction using Adder and Subtractor . 3. To study and perform experiment- Various types of counters and shift registers. 4. Design 2 bit binary up/down binary counter on bread board. 5. To study and perform experiment- BCD to binary conversion on digital IC trainer. 6. To stdy and perform Binary to grey conversion and Grey to Binary conversion. 7. To study characteristic of CMOS inverter. 8. To study Magnitude Comparator. Reference books: 1. M. Morris Mano, Digital Design 4 Edition, Pearson pub. 2. G K Kharate, Digital Electronics, Oxford University Press, USA (2010) Pub. 53 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 3. Salivahanan S, Arivazhagan S,Digital Circuits and Design 4th Edition, Vikas Publishing House Pvt Ltd. (2012). 1. Course Code : 16C17404 2. Course Title: Microprocessor and Computer Architecture 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 , P: 3 5. Credits: 4 6. Semester: 4 7.Learning Objectives a) To investigate the programmer’s model of a microprocessor, appreciate methods of connecting common peripheral devices, b) To understand the ways in which microprocessors can be used in automated systems. c) Students learns about the languages. d) Different types of memory. 8. Detail of the course UNIT I: Introduction CPU, address bus, data bus and control bus. Input /Output devices, buffers, encoders, latches and memories. Brief introduction to comparison of different features in 8085 and 8086 microprocessors. Unit-II: 8085 Microprocessor Architecture Internal Data Operations and Registers, Pins and Signals, Peripheral Devices and Memory Organization, Interrupts. Unit-III: 8085 Microprocessor Instructions Classification, Format and Timing. Instruction Set. Programming and Debugging, 8 Bit And 16 Bit Instructions. Unit-IV: 8085 Microprocessor Interfacing 8259, 8257, 8255, 8253, 8155 chips and their applications. A/D conversion, memory, keyboard and display interface (8279). UNIT V: Basic Computer Architecture Central Processing Unit, memory and input/output interfacing. Memory Classification: Volatile and non-volatile memory, Primary and secondary memory, Static and Dynamic memory, Logical, Virtual and Physical memory. Types of memory: Magnetic core memory, binary cell, Rom architecture and different types of ROM, RAM architecture, PROM, PAL, PLA, Flash and Cache memory, SDRAM, RDRAM and DDRAM. Memory latency, memory bandwidth, memory seek time. 9. Course Learning Outcomes 54 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) a) b) c) d) e) Understand the basic architecture of 8086 microprocessor. Write assembly language programs to perform a given task. Write interrupt service routines for all interrupt types Interface memory and I/O devices to 8086 using peripheral devices Write microcontroller programs and interface devices Microprocessor (Practical) 1. Study the hardware, functions, memory structure and operation of 8085Microprocessor kit. 2. Program to perform integer division: (1) 8-bit by 8-bit (2) 16 bit by 8 bit. 3. Transfer of a block of data in memory to another place in memory 4. Transfer of black to another location in reverse order. 5. Searching a number in an array. 6. Sorting of array in: (1) Ascending order (2) Descending order. 7. Finding party of a 32-bit number. 8. Program to perform following conversion (1) BCD to ASCII (2) BCD to hexadecimal. 9. Program to multiply two 8–bit numbers 10. Program to generate and sum 15 Fibonacci numbers. 11. Program for rolling display of message “India”, “HELLO”. 12. To insert a number at correct place in a sorted array. 13. Reversing bits of an 8-bit number. Reference books: 1. Ramesh Gaonkar ,Microprocessor Architecture , Programming, and Applications with the 8085 (With CD) 5 Edition, CBS Publishers(2011). 2. A. Nagoor Kani, 8085 Microprocessor and its Applications 3rd Edition, Tata McGraw - Hill Education (2012) Pub. 3. K. Udaya Kumar, The 8085 Microprocessor : Architecture, Programming and Interfacing 8085 Microprocessor - Architecture, Programming And Interfacing, 1 Edition, Pearson (2008) Pub. 1. Course Code : 16C17405 2. Course Title: Circuit Analysis-II 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 5. Credits: 4 6. Semester: 4 7.Learning Objectives a) The general strategy of circuit analysis is to create and solve a system . of work required. b) To becomes important as circuits become more complicated.are available for professional c) The concept of complex frequency, transform impedance and admittance. d) To learn concept of transformers. 55 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 8. Detail of the course UNIT I: Impedance and Admittance Functions The concept of complex frequency, transform impedance and admittance, series and parallel combinations. Network Functions: Terminals and terminal pairs, driving point impedance transfer functions, poles and zeros. Restrictions on pole and zero location in s-plane. Time domain behaviour from pole and zero plot. Procedure for finding network functions for general two terminal pair networks. UNIT II: Network Synthesis Hurwitz polynomial, positive real functions, reactive networks. Separation property for reactive networks. The four-reactance function forms, specification for reactance function. Foster form of reactance networks. Cauer form of reactance networks. Synthesis of R-L and R-C networks in Foster and Cauer forms. UNIT III: Two Port General Networks Two port parameters (impedance, admittance, hybrid, ABCD parameters) and their inter relations. Equivalence of two ports. Transformer equivalent, inter connection of two port networks. The ladder network, image impedance, image transfer function, application to L-C network, attenuation and phase shift in symmetrical T and pi networks. UNIT IV: Two Port Reactive Network (Filters) Constant K filters. The m-derived filter. Image impedance of m-derived half (or L) sections, composite filters. Band pass and band elimination filters. The problem of termination, lattice filters, Barlett’s bisection theorem. Introduction to active filters. UNIT V: Coupled Circuits Conductively coupled circuits. Mutual impedance, magnetic coupling, mutual inductance, coefficient of magnetic coupling, circuit directions and sign of mutual inductance, mutual inductance between portions of the same circuit, mutual inductance between parallel branches, transferred impedance. Transformer equivalent inductively and conductively coupled circuits; Resonance in Single tuned and Double tuned circuits, effect of coefficient of coupling. 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) Do the time-domain and S- domain analysis of circuits. b) Obtain transfer functions of circuits and analysis of stability using poles of the transfer function. c) Analyze the frequency response of circuits and to obtain the correlation between time domain and frequency domain response specifications d) Learn about 3 phase supply and to perform symmetrical transformation. e) Obtain steady state solutions for nonsinusoidal inputs using fourier series and to analyze the effect of harmonics in circuits f) Understand the features of two port networks and to obtain their equivalent circuits g) Design low pass, high pass, band pass and band elimination filter networks Reference Books: 1. Abhijit Chakrabarti , Circuit Theory : Analysis and Synthesis 6 Edition, Dhanpat Rai Publications (2004) . 2. W. H. Hayt, S. M. Durbin, J. E. Kemmerly, Engineering Circuit Analysis 7 Edition, Tata 56 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) McGraw - Hill Education (2010) Pub. 3. M. E. Van Valkenburg, Network Analysis 3 Edition, PHI Learning (2011) Pub. 4. J. David Irwin, R. Mark Nelms, Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis 9th Edition, Wiley India Pvt Ltd (2010) Pub. 1. Course Code : 16C17406 2. Course Title: Engineering Mathematics –IV 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 5. Credits: 4 6. Semester: 4 7.Learning Objectives a) To understand different analytical complex variables and statistical techniques b) To familiarize the students, in some detail, about the analysis on Complex Number c) To field Provide grounding in Statistics and foundational concepts that can be applied in modeling processes and decision making. d) To Learn Laplace Transforms, existence theorem, Laplace transforms of derivatives and integrals e) To Solution of system of linear equations, Gauss- Seidal method, Crout method 8. Detail of the course UNIT I: Numerical Analysis-I Finite differences – Forward, Backward and Central differences. Newton’s forward and backward differences, interpolation formulae, Stirling’s formula, Lagrange’s interpolation formula. 57 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) UNIT II: Numerical Analysis-II Integration-Trapezoidal rule, Simpson’s one third and three-eighth rules. Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations of first order - Picard’s mathod, Euler’s and modified Euler’s methods, Miline’s method and Runga-Kutta fourth order method, Differentiation. UNIT III: Special Functions Bessel’s functions of first and second kind, simple recurrence relations, orthogonal property of Bessel’s , Transformation, Generating functions, Legendre’s function of first kind. Simple recurrence relations, Orthogonal property, Generating function. UNIT IV: Statistics And Probability Elementary theory of probability, Baye’s theorem with simple applications, Expected value, theoretical probability distributions-Binomial, Poisson and Normal distributions. Lines of regression, co-relation and rank correlation. UNIT V: Calculus Of Variations Functional, strong and weak variations simple variation problems, the Euler’s equation. 9. Course Learning Outcomes: a) b) c) d) Explain the applications and the usefulness of Mathematical modelling. Classify and explain the different types of models as applicable to engineering. Understand purpose of using numerical techniques to engineering problems. Know how to develop, mathematical models to represent different types of engineering problems and the appropriate numerical schemes. e) Evaluate the models resulting from engineering problems. Reference Books: 1. S.P.Gupta, Statistical Methods, Sultan and Son Pub., New Delhi, 2004. 2. Devore, Probability and Statistics, Thomson(Cengage) Learning, 2007. 3. Gupta & Kapoor, Statistics & Probability Theory, S Chand Pub. 4. Steven Chapra, Numerical Methods for Engineers, TMH pub. 5. Raju, Numerical Methods for Engineering Problems, Macmillan Pub. 6. R P Sexena, Special Fuctions, JPH Pub. 7. Gupta,Calaculus of Variations with Applications, PHI Pub. 8. Bathul, Special Functions & Complex Variables, PHI Pub. 58 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) SEMESTER - V 1. Course Code : 16C17501 2. Course Title: Advanced Power Electronics 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 , P :3 5. Credits: 4 6. Semester: 5 7.Learning Objectives a) Power electronics also allow for the variance of electric motor drive speeds, reducing the amount of energy consumed by making processes more efficient. b) The energy saved by taking advantage of power electronics is important for our changing environment by using less valuable resources. c) Student learns about the different types of converter and DC supplies. 8. Detail of the course UNIT-I: AC Voltage Controllers Principle of On-Off Control, Principle of Phase control, Single Phase Bi-directional Controllers with Resistive Loads, Single Phase Controllers with Inductive Loads, Three Phase full wave AC controllers, AC Voltage Controller with PWM Control. UNIT-II: Inverters Principle of Operation, Single-phase bridge inverters, Three phase bridge Inverters: 180 and 120 degree of conduction. Voltage control of Single Phase and Three Phase Inverters, Current Source Inverters, Harmonics and its reduction techniques. UNIT-III: Cycloconverters Basic principle of operation, single phase to single phase, three-phase to three-phase and three phase to single phase Cycloconverters. Output equation, Control circuit. UNIT-IV: DC Power Supplies Switched Mode DC Power Supplies, flyback converter, forward converter, half and full bridge converter, resonant DC power supplies, bi-directional power supplies. UNIT-V: AC Power Supplies Switched mode power supplies, Resonant AC power supplies, bidirectional AC power supplies. Multistage conversions, Control Circuits: Voltage Mode Control, Current Mode Control . 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) b) c) d) Compare characteristics of switching devices. Evaluate the performance of rectifiers. Design DC-DC converter with given characteristics Analyze and evaluate the operation of Inverters and Cycloconverters Practical 59 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. To Plot V-I Characteristics of SCR. Study and test single phase PWM inverter. Study and test buck, boost and buck- boost regulators. Control speed of a dc motor using a chopper and plot armature voltage versus speed characteristic. Control speed of a single-phase induction motor using single phase AC voltage regulator. (i) Study single-phase dual converter. (ii) Study speed control of dc motor using single-phase dual converter. Study one, two and four quadrant choppers (DC-DC converters). Study speed control of dc motor using one, two and four quadrant choppers. Study single-phase cycloconverter. Reference Books: 1. P.S. Bhimbra- Power Electronics, 11th Edition, Khanna Publishers 2. Muhammad Harunur Rashid, Power Electronics: Circuits, Devices, and Applications, 3rd edition, Pearson/Prentice Hall. 3. M.D. Singh- Power Electronics, 2nd edition, Tata McGraw-Hill Education. 1. Course Code :16C17502 2. Course Title: High Voltage Engineering 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 , P :3 5. Credits: 4 6. Semester: 5 7.Learning Objectives a) The course is an advanced course on high-voltage technology and electrical insulating materials. b) To understand the most important experimental methods of high voltage engineering. c) Student learns about the supplies of power and power distributions d) Basic construction and operation of ground wires- protection angle and protective zone 8. Detail of the course UNIT I: Breakdown in Mediums (i) Breakdown in Gases: Introduction to mechanism of breakdown in gases, Townsend’s breakdown mechanism. Breakdown in electromagnetic gases. Application of gases in power system. (ii) Breakdown in Liquids: Introduction to mechanism of breakdown in liquids, suspended solid particle mechanism and cavity breakdown. Application of oil in power apparatus. (iii) Breakdown in solids: Introduction to mechanism of breakdown in solids, electromechanical breakdown, treeing & tracking breakdown and thermal breakdown. UNIT II: High Voltage Generation 60 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) (i) High DC Voltage Generation: Generation of high dc voltage, basic voltage multiplier circuit. (ii) High AC Voltage Generation: Cascaded Transformers. (iii) Impulse Voltage generation: Impulse voltage, basic impulse circuit, Mark’s multistage impulse generator. (iv) Measurement of High Voltage: Potential dividers - resistive, capacitive and mixed potential dividers. Sphere gap- Construction and operation. Klydonorgraph. UNIT III: Insulation Testing Non destructive Insulation Tests: (i) Measurement of resistively, dielectric constant and loss factor. High Voltage Schering Bridge- measurement of capacitance and dielectric loss. (ii) Partial Discharges: Introduction to partial discharge, partial discharge equivalent circuit. Basic wide-band and narrow band PD detection circuits. UNIT IV: Over voltage & Travelling waves (i) Over voltages: Causes of over voltages, introduction to lightning phenomena, over voltages due to lighting. (ii) Travelling Waves: Travelling waves on transmission lines-open end line, short circuited line, line terminated through a resistance, line connected to a cable, reflection and refraction at a T-junction and line terminated through a capacitance. Attenuation of tavelling waves. UNIT V: Over Voltage Protection Basic construction and operation of ground wires- protection angle and protective zone, ground rods, counterpoise, surge absorber, rod gap and arcing horn, lighting arresters expulsion type, non -linear gap type and metal oxide gapless type. (ii) Insulation Coordination: Volt - time curves, basic impulse insulation levels, coordination of insulation levels. 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) b) c) d) Design the insulation of HV power equipment. Estimate electric field intensity of different electrode configurations. Understand the testing methods of high voltage equipment Understand the Breakdown mechanism of Gas, Liquid and solid insulation Practical 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Study filtration and Treatment of transformer oil. Determine dielectric strength of transformer oil. Study solid dielectrics used in power apparatus. Study applications of insulating materials. Study direct testing and indirect testing of circuit breakers. Study high voltage testing of electrical equipment: line insulator, cable, bushing, power capacitor, and power transformer. 7. Design an EHV transmission line. Reference Books: 1. M S Naidu, V. Kamaraju, High Voltage Engineering 4 Edition, Tata McGraw - Hill Education (2008) Pub. 61 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 2. Subir Ray, An Introduction to High Voltage Engineering 2nd Edition, PHI Learning (2013) Pub. 3. E. Kuffel, J. Kuffel, High Voltage Engineering : Fundamentals 2 Edition, CBS Publishers. 1. Course Code : BTLEE503 2. Course Title: Advanced Computer Programming 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 , P :3 5. Credits: 4 6. Semester: 5 7.Learning Objectives a) Specify simple abstract data types and design implementations, using abstraction functions to document them. b) Recognize features of object-oriented design such as encapsulation, polymorphism, , c) composition of systems based on object identity. d) Student learns about the the programming language 8. Detail of the course UNIT I: Introduction Introduction to Java, Use of Java in Practical Life, Inheritance: Extending an interface with inheritance, Multiple inheritance, Polymorphism: Constructors and polymorphism, UNIT- II: Variation from C++ to JAVA, JAVA byte code, virtual machine, application, application & applets of Java, integer, floating point, characters, Boolean, literals, and array declarations. UNIT III: Controlling Execution: true and false, if-else, Iteration (do-while, for), return, break and continue, switch and loop statements. UNIT IV: Operators and Control Statements Arithmetic operators, bitwise operators, relational operators, Boolean logic operators, the assignment operators, ?: operators, operator precedence. UNIT V: Package and Interfaces Packages, access protection, importing & defining packages. Defining and implementing interfaces. I/O APPLETS: I/O basics, reading console I/O, input and print stream classes, applet fundamental and string handling, mouse and keyboard interfaces, awt tools and controls. 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) Students will learn the concept of C character set identifiers and keywords, data type & sizes, variable names, declaration, statements b) Students will learn the concept of Arrays, Pointers, Structures Union and Files 62 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) c) Students will learn the concept of Flow of Control and program Structures. d) Students will learn the concept of Arithmetic operators, relational and logical operators, type, conversion, Standard input and output, formatted output and input. Practical 1. Write a program that prints values from 1 to 100. 2. Write a program that generates 25 random int values. For each value, use an if-else statement to classify it as greater than, less than, or equal to a second randomly generated value. 3. Write a method that takes two String arguments and uses all the boolean comparisons to compare the two Strings and print the results. For the == and !=, also perform the equals( ) test. In main( ), call your method with some different String objects.. 4. Display the largest and smallest numbers for both float and double exponential notation. 5. Programs based on matrix: addition, multiplication, transpose, check if matrix is symmetric / upper triangular / lower triangular / unit matrix. 6. Representation of complex numbers and their operation: add, multiply; divide, subtraction, magnitude (mod) etc. 7. Complex matrix representation and operation: add, subtract, multiply. 8. Defining packages for sorting algorithms. 9. File handling operations: input from file, output to file, file copy, file concatenation. 10. Mouse and keyboard event handling programs. 11. Programs based on string operations. Reference Books: 1. Subramanyam, Basic Java Programming, 5Th Edition ,McGraw Hill International,Pub. 2. Rashmi Kanta Das, Core Java for Beginners, Vikas Publishing House (2011). 3. E. Balagurusamy, Programming with Java : A Primer 4 Edition, Tata McGraw - Hill Education (2009) Pub. 1. Course Code : 16C17504 63 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 2. Course Title: Signals and Systems 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 5. Credits: 5 6. Semester: 5 7.Learning Objectives a) b) c) d) In this subjects student deals with Fourier Series Representation Of Signals Fourier Transform ,Z- Transform & Laplace Transform ,Sampling etc. Properties of systems. Linear time invariant systems. Properties of Laplace Transform, Application of Laplace transform to system analysis. 8. Detail of the course UNIT I Continuous time and discrete time systems, Properties of systems. Linear time invariant systems – continuous time and discrete time. Properties of LTI systems and their block diagrams. Convolution, Discrete time systems described by difference equations. UNIT II: Fourier Series Representation Of Signals Fourier series representation of continuous periodic signal & its properties, Fourier series representation of Discrete periodic signal & its properties, Continuous time filters & Discrete time filters described by Diff. equation. UNIT III: Fourier Transform The continuous time Fourier transform for periodic and aperiodic signals, Properties of CTFT. Discrete time Fourier transform for periodic and aperiodic signals. Properties of DTFT. The convolution and modulation property. UNIT IV: Z-Transform & Laplace Transform Introduction. The region of convergence for the Z-transform. The Inverse Z-transform. Two dimensional Z-transform. Properties of Z transform. Laplace transform, Properties of Laplace Transform, Application of Laplace transform to system analysis. UNIT V: Sampling Mathematical theory of sampling. Sampling theorem. Ideal & Real sampling. Interpolation technique for the reconstruction of a signal from its samples. Aliasing. Sampling in freq. domain. Sampling of discrete time signal. 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) Determine the dynamics of a Linear, Time Invariant and Causal digital systems using convolution b) Understand the sampling theorem and relationship between the time domain and frequency domain description of signals and systems c) Determine the behavior of digital systems using Discrete Time Fourier Transformation and the Z-transformation 64 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) Reference Books: 1.Signal and Systems Simon Haykin 2.DSP by Proakis and Manolkis 3.Signals and Systems by Oppenheim and Schaffer 4.Signals and systems by B.P.Lathi 1. Course Code : 16C17505 2. Course Title: Generation of Electrical Power 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 5. Credits: 5 6. Semester: 5 7.Learning Objectives a) Impact of thermal, gas, hydro and nuclear power stations on environment. b) Introduction to electric energy generation by wind, solar and tidal. c) Types of load, chronological load curve, load duration curve, energy load curve and mass curve. d) Student learns about the generation pf electrical power. 8. Detail of the course UNIT I: Conventional Energy Generation Methods (i) Thermal Power plants: Basic schemes and working principle. (ii) Gas Power Plants: open cycle and closed cycle gas turbine plants, combined gas & steam plants – basic schemes. (iii) Hydro Power Plants: Classification of hydroelectric plants. Basic schemes of hydroelectric and pumped storage plants. (iv) Nuclear Power Plants: Nuclear fission and Nuclear fusion. Fissile and fertile materials. Basic plant schemes with boiling water reactor, heavy water reactor and fast breeder reactor. Efficiencies of various power plants. UNIT II: New Energy Sources Impact of thermal, gas, hydro and nuclear power stations on environment. Green House Effect (Global Warming). Renewable and non-renewable energy sources. Conservation of natural resources and sustainable energy systems. Indian energy scene. Introduction to electric energy generation by wind, solar and tidal. UNIT III: Loads and Load curves Types of load, chronological load curve, load duration curve, energy load curve and mass curve. Maximum demand, demand factor, load factor, diversity factor, capacity factor and utilization. (ii) Power factor improvement: Causes and effects of low power factor and advantages of power factor improvement. Power factor improvement using shunt capacitors and synchronous condensers. UNIT IV: Power Plant Economics (i) Capital cost of plants, annual fixed and operating costs of plants, generation cost and depreciation. Effect of load factor on unit energy cost. Role of load diversity in power system economics. (ii) Calculation of most economic power factor when (a) kW demand is constant and (b) kVA demand is constant. (iii) Energy cost reduction: off peak energy utilization, cogeneration, and energy conservation. UNIT V: Tariffs & Plant Selection 65 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) (i) Tariffs: Objectives of tariffs. General tariff form. Flat demand rate, straight meter rate, block meter rate. Two part tariff, power factor dependent tariffs, three-part tariff. Spot (time differentiated) pricing. (ii) Selection of Power Plants: Comparative study of thermal, hydro, nuclear and gas power plants. Base load and peak load plants. Size and types of generating units, types of reserve and size of plant. Selection and location of power plants. 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) To understand the development of electrical energy needs of various consumer areas and the relative mathematical analysis of it, b) To describe and use from technical point of view the various methods of electrical energy production and to classify and use them from economic and operational point of view, c) To understand the relationship between the electrical loads and the respective power production installations on the base of economic and technological criteria, d) To use the methods and criteria of forming the selling price list of electrical energy. Reference Books: 1. S.N. Singh, Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution 2 Edition, PHI Learning (2008) Pub. 2. J. B. Gupta, Transmission and Distribution of Electrical Power, S.K. Kataria & Sons (2012) Pub. 3. C. L. Wadhwa, Electrical Power Systems 6 Edition, New Age International Pub. 1. Course Code : 16C17506 2. Course Title: Mechatronics 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 5. Credits: 5 6. Semester: 5 7.Learning Objectives a) In this subject the students deals with Pneumatic and Hydraulic actuation systems b) Sensors and transducers, Basics of Digital Technology & Number System etc. c) Student learns about the microprocessor based controllers, mechatronics approach. 8. Detail of the course UNIT:-I Introduction to Mechatronics and its Systems; Evolution, Scope, Measurement Systems, Control Systems, open and close loop systems, sequential controllers, microprocessor based controllers, mechatronics approach. UNIT-II Basics of Digital Technology Number System, Boolean algebra, Logic Functions, Karnaugh Maps, Timing Diagrams, Flip-Flops, Applications. 66 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) UNIT-III Sensors and transducers -Introduction, performance terminology-Displacement, Position and Proximity, Velocity and motion, force, Fluid Pressure-Temperature Sensors- Light SensorsSelection of Sensors-Signal Processing. UNIT-IV Pneumatic and Hydraulic actuation systems: actuation systems, Pneumatic and hydraulic systems, directional control valves, pressure control valves, cylinders, process Control valves, rotary actuators. UNIT-V Microprocessors-Introduction, Architecture, Pin Configuration, Instruction set, Programming of Microprocessors using 8085 instructions-Interfacing input and output devices-Interfacing D/A converters and A/D converters, Applications, Temperature control, Stepper motor control, Traffic light controller. 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) b) c) d) e) Understand the basic architecture of 8086 microprocessor. Write assembly language programs to perform a given task. Write interrupt service routines for all interrupt types Interface memory and I/O devices to 8086 using peripheral devices Write microcontroller programs and interface devices Reference Books: 1. Bolton W., “Mechatronics”, Longman, Second Edition, 2004. 2. Histand Michael B.& Alciatore David G., “Introduction to Mechatronics & Measurement Systems”, McGraw Hill, 2003. 3. HMT Ltd., “Mechatronics”, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd., 1998. 4. Nitaigour Premchand Mahalik, “Mechatronics Principles, Concepts * Applications”, TMH 2003 1. Course Code : 16C17507 2. Course Title: MATLAB and Simulation (Practical) 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 , P :3 5. Credits: 5 6. Semester: 5 7.Learning Objectives a) In this subject students deals with mathematical operation and simulation of different characteristics of machine. It also explains the laboratory model of control and power system. b) To familiarize the student in introducing and exploring MATLAB & LABVIEW softwares. c) To enable the student on how to approach for solving Engineering problems using simulation tools. 67 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) d) To prepare the students to use MATLAB/LABVIEW in their project works. 4 To provide a foundation in use of this softwares for real time applications. 8. Detail of the course 1. Do the following: i. Create the variable r as a row vector with values 1 4 7 10 13 ii. Create the variable c as a column vector with values 13 10 7 4 1 iii. Save these two variables to file varEx iv. clear the workspace v. load the two variables you just created 2. Create a vector of the even whole numbers between 31 and 75. 3. Evaluate the following MATLAB expressions by hand and use MATLAB to check the answers: a. 2 / 2 * 3 b. 6 - 2 / 5 + 7 ^ 2 - 1 c. 10 / 2 \ 5 - 3 + 2 * 4 d. 3 ^ 2 / 4 e. 3 ^ 2 ^ 2 f. 2 + round(6 / 9 + 3 * 2) / 2 - 3 g. 2 + floor(6 / 9 + 3 * 2) / 2 - 3 h. 2 + ceil(6 / 9 + 3 * 2) / 2 – 3 4. Create a vector x with the elements ... a. 2, 4, 6, 8, ... b. 10, 8, 6, 4, 2, 0, -2, -4 5. Write down the MATLAB expression(s) that will a. ... compute the length of the hypotenuse of a right triangle given the lengths of the sides (try to do this for a vector of side-length values). b. ... compute the length of the third side of a triangle given the lengths of the other two sides, given the cosine rule c2 = a2 + b2 - 2(a)(b)cos(t) where t is the included angle between the given sides. 6. Given a vector, t, of length n, write down the MATLAB expressions that will correctly compute the following: a. ln(2 + t + t2) b. et(1 + cos(3t)) c. cos2(t) + sin2(t) d. tan-1(1) (this is the inverse tangent function) e. cot(t) f. sec2(t) + cot(t) - 1 Test that your solution works for t = 1:0.2:2. 7. Let x = 1:10. Evaluate the following commands: a. x-x b. x.^x c. x. * x d. x * x′ e. x′ * x f. x.\x g. x./x h. x = ’x’ 68 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 8. Discuss the various conditions for the existence of the following commands: P1 = A * B P2 = A. * B P2 = A.^B P3 = A/B P4 = A./B 9. Evaluate and give a descriptive comment next to each instruction of following program: X = [-10:1:10] A = eye(length(x)) B = fi x(rand(size(A)) C = zeos(size(A)) + B D = tril(ceil(rand(4))) E = tril(fi x(5 * randn(4))) F = diag(d). * diag(E) 10. Create the following matrices using MATLAB: Determine using MATLAB commands a. Size of A and B b. Rank of A c. Determinant of A d. Transpose of A e. Inverse of A f. C = A * B g. Maximum and minimum values of the elements in C h. Append B to A to return a 3 × 5 matrix i. Create a 3 × 2 array D, consisting of all the elements in the first two columns of A j. Create a 2 × 3 array consisting of all the elements of A and the first column of B a) b) c) d) e) f) g) Ability to express programming & simulation for engineering problems. Ability to find importance of this software for Lab Experimentation. Articulate importance of software’s in research by simulation work. In-depth knowledge of providing virtual instruments on LabVIEW Environment. Ability to write basic mathematical ,electrical ,electronic problems in Matlab. Ability to simulate basic electrical circuit in Simulink. Ability to connect programming files with GUI Simulink. SEMESTER -VI 1. Course Code : 16C17601 2. Course Title: Control Systems 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 , P :3 5. Credits: 5 6. Semester: 6 7.Learning Objectives 69 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) a) A control system consisting of interconnected components is designed to achieve a desired purpose. b) To understand the purpose of a control system, it is useful to examine examples of control systems through the course of history. c) These early systems incorporated many of the same ideas of feedback that are in use today. d) Fluent application of engineering techniques, tools and resources. e) Application of systematic engineering synthesis and design processes. 8. Detail of the course UNIT I: Control Systems Analysis And Components Examples and application of open loop and close loop systems. Brief idea of multivariable control system, Brief idea of Z-transform and digital control systems. Differential equations. Determination of transfer function by block diagram reduction technique & signal flow graph method. UNIT II: Time Response Analysis Of First Order & Second Order Systems Transient response analysis. Steady state error & error constants. Dynamic error and dynamic error coefficient, Performance Indices. UNIT III: Frequency Domain Methods Bode plot, Design specification in frequency domain and their co-relation with time domain. UNIT IV: Stability of The System Absolute stability and relative stability. Routh’s stability criterion, Hurwitz criterion. Root locus method of analysis. Polar plots, Nyquist stability criterion. M and N loci. UNIT V: State Variable Analysis Concepts of state, state variable and state model. State models for linear continuous time systems. Brief idea of state variable analysis in discrete time domain. Transfer functions, Solution of state equation. Concepts of controllability & observability. 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) b) c) d) e) f) g) Apply Laplace transform and state space techniques to model dynamic systems, and convert between these formulations Analytically quantify the time and frequency domain behaviour of dynamic systems Specify steady state control system requirements, and select prototype controller structures to achieve these requirements Formulate dynamic feedback controller design specifications in the frequency domain Synthesise feedback controllers using root locus, Nyquist and Bode techniques Employ MATLAB and SIMULINK toolboxes to simulate and synthesise dynamic control systems Experimentally characterise the behaviour of elementary feedback control systems 70 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) Practical 1. Introduction to MATLAB Computing Control Software. 2. Defining Systems in TF, ZPK form. 3. (a) Plot step response of a given TF and system in state-space. Take different values of damping ratio and wn natural undamped frequency. (b) Plot ramp response. 4. For a given 2nd order system plot step response and obtain time response specification. 5. To design 1st order R-C circuits and observe its response with the following inputs and trace the curve. (a) Step (b) Ramp (c) Impulse 6. To design 2nd order electrical network and study its trarient response for step input and following cases. (a) Under damped system (b) Over damped System. (c) Critically damped system. 7. To Study the frequency response of following compensating Networks, plot the graph and final out corner frequencies. (a) Log Network (b) Lead Network (c) Log-lead Network. 8. Check for the stability of a given closed loop system. 9. Plot bode plot for a 2nd order system and find GM and PM. Reference Books: 1. Madan Gopal, I. J. Nagrath, Control Systems Engineering 5 Edition, New Age International (2011) Pub. 2. Norman S. Nise, Control Systems Engineering 6 Edition, Wiley (2012) Pub. 3. S. K. Bhattacharya, Control Systems Engineering, Pearson (2011) Pub 1. Course Code : 16C17602 2. Course Title: Communication Systems 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 , P :3 5. Credits: 5 6. Semester: 6 7.Learning Objectives Compute the Fourier transform and the energy/power spectral density of communications signals. b) Calculate the bandwidth and signal-to-noise ratio of a signal at the output of a linear time-invariant system given c) The signal and the power spectral density of the noise at the input of the system. d) Explain the operation of amplitude and angle modulation systems in both the time and frequency domains including plotting the magnitude a) 71 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) e) Spectra and computing the power and bandwidth requirements of each type of signal. 8. Detail of the course UNIT:-I Introduction to Communication Systems: Block diagram, modulation and demodulation, need for modulation, transmission considerations and decibel ratios. UNIT-II Amplitude modulation, generation of AM waves, concept of SSB and DSB modulation, vestigial sideband transmission, power-relationships, AM receivers, S/N ratio. UNIT:-III Phase and frequency modulation, pre-and de-emphasis, generation of FM waves, CW modulation systems, narrowband FM, FM detectors and superheterodyne receivers, S/N ratio. UNIT:-IV: Concepts of information, Shannon-Hartley theorem, bandwidth-S/N ratio tradeoff, coding, codes for error detection and correction, convolution codes, block and trellis codes. UNIT:-V Pulse modulation, PAM, PPM, PWM systems. Concept of PCM, basic coding and quantization, sample and hold, quantization noise, signal to noise ratio, companding, TDM, Delta modulation, adaptive delta modulation, S/N ratio, comparison of PCM, delta and adaptive delta modulation 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) Analyse radio wave propagation effects, path loss models and undertake antenna design using the principles of electromagnetism; b) Analyse, simulate and design mic and waveguide passive and active circuits analyse, simulate and design wireless communication transceivers; c) Analyse and simulate wireless communication systems, perform budget link calculations for wireless communication systems; d) Critically evaluate the operation of current and next generation wireless communication systems. Practical 1.Harmonic analysis of a square wave of a modulated wave form. 2.Observe the Amplitude modulated wave form & measure modulation index. Demodulation of AM signal. 3.Generation & Demodulation of DSB – SC signal. 4.Modulate a sinusoidal signal with high frequency carrier to obtain FM signal. Demodulation of the FM signal. 5.To observe the following in a transmission line demonstrator kit: (a) The propagation of pulse in non reflecting transmission line. (b) The effect of losses in transmission line. (c) Transmission with standing waves on a Transmission line. (d) The resonance characteristics of a half-wave length long X-mission line. 6.(a) To observe the operation of sampling and sample & hold circuits. (b) To study the effect of sampling time (sampling pulse width). (c) To study the effects of changing the sampling frequency & observing aliasing phenomena. 72 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 7.To study & observe the operation of a super heterodyne receiver. 8.To study & observe the amplitude response of automatic gain controller (AGC ). 9. PAM, PWM & PPM: Modulation and demodulation. Reference Books: 1. G. Kennedy, “Electronic Communication Systems”, McGraw-Hill, NY . 2. H.Taub and D.L. Schilling, “Principles of Communication Systems”, TMH. 3. W.D. Stanley, “Electronic Communication Systems”, Reston Pub. Co. PH Virginia. 4. W. Tomari & V.F. Alisauskas, “Telecommunications”, PH Inc., NJ.. 1. Course Code : 16C17603 2. Course Title: Transmission & Distribution of Electrical Power 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 5. Credits: 5 6. Semester: 6 7.Learning Objectives: a) b) c) d) To understand the concepts of various method Electrical Energy Generation. To learn the usage of passive elements in various Power Transmission Systems. To understand the factors affecting Insulators and also in Under Ground cables. To calculate the various parameters in Distribution System 8. Detail of the course UNIT-I: Supply systems Basic network of power system. Transmission and distribution voltage, effect of system voltage on size of conductor and losses. Comparison of DC 2- wire, DC 3- wire, 1- phase AC and 3- phase AC (3- wire and 4- wire) systems. (ii) Distribution Systems: - Primary and secondary distribution systems, feeder, distributor and service mains. Radial and ring- main distribution systems. Kelvin’s law for conductor size. UNIT-II: Mechanical features of overhead lines Conductor material and types of conductor. Conductor arrangements and spacing. Calculation of sag and tension, supports at different levels, effect of wind and ice loading, stringing chart and sag template. Conductor vibrationsand vibration dampers. UNIT-III: Parameters of Transmission Lines Resistance inductance and capacitance of overhead lines, effect of earth, line transposition. Geometric mean radius and distance. Inductance and capacitance of line with symmetrical and unsymmetrical spacing Inductance and capacitance of double circuit lines. Skin and proximity effects. Equivalent circuits and performance of short and medium transmission lines. 73 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) UNIT-IV: Line constants & Corona (i)Generalized ABCD line constants, equivalent circuit and performance of long transmission line. Ferranti effect. Interference with communication circuits. Power flow through a transmission line (ii) Corona: Electric stress between parallel conductors. Disruptive critical voltage and visual critical voltage, Factors affecting corona. Corona power loss. Effects of corona. UNIT-V: Insulators & Cables (i) Insulators: Pin, shackle, suspension, post and strain insulators. Voltage distribution across an insulator string, grading and methods of improving string efficiency. (ii) Underground Cables: Conductor, insulator, sheathing and armoring materials. Types of cables. Insulator resistance and capacitance calculation. Electrostatic stresses and reduction of maximum stresses. Causes of breakdown. Thermal rating of cable. Introduction to oil filled and gas filled cables. 9. Course Learning Outcomes a. Ability to apply Mathematics, Physics, Engineering Sciences in solving electrical problems; b. Understand the basic theories of electrical and electronic circuits; c. Understand the basics of Communication Theory, Electrical Instruments and its application in Power Systems; d. Ability to analyze, design and implement electrical and electronic circuits in electrical power, machines, and control systems; e. Be able to apply the theory and applications of magnetic and static fields. f. Ability to analyze, design, implement, formulate, and operate advanced electrical power systems, g. Apply professional and ethical responsibilities; h. Efficient use of the techniques, skills, and tools of modern engineering i. Ability to apply the pre-learned tools in any advanced projects and works as a team; Reference books: 1. S.N. Singh, Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution 2 Edition, PHI Learning (2008) Pub. 2. J. B. Gupta, Transmission and Distribution of Electrical Power, S.K. Kataria & Sons (2012) Pub. 3. C. L. Wadhwa, Electrical Power Systems 6 Edition, New Age International Pub. 1. Course Code : 16C17604 2. Course Title: Protection of Power System 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 74 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 5. Credits: 5 6. Semester: 6 7.Learning Objectives a) To introduce students to power system protection and switchgear. b) To teach students theory and applications of the main components used in power system protection for electric machines, transformers, c) Theory, construction, applications of main types Circuit breakers, d) Relays for protection of generators, transformers and protection of feeders from overvoltages and other hazards. e) To emphasis on neutral grounding for overall protection f) To develop an ability and skill to design the feasible protection systems needed for each main part of a power system in students. 8. Detail of the course UNIT-I: Over Currents (i) Causes and consequences of dangerous currents: Faults, overloads and switching over currents. Introduction to protection, trip circuit of a circuit breaker. Functional characteristics of a relay, zone of protection, primary and backup protection. (ii) CTs & PTs: Current transformer construction, measurement and protective CTs. Type of potential transformers. Steady state ratio and phase angle errors in CTs and PTs. Transient errors in CT and CVT (Capacitive Voltage Transformer). UNIT-II: Over current Protection HRC fuse and thermal relay. Over current (OC) relays – instantaneous, definite time, inverse time and inverse definite minimum time over current relays, time and current grading. Induction disc type relay. Directional over current relay, 30◦, 60◦ and 90◦ connections. Earth fault relay. Brief description of over current protective schemes for a feeder, parallel feeders and ring mains. UNIT-III: Generator Protection Stator protection – differential and percentage differential protection, protection against stator inter-turn faults, stator overheating protection. Rotor protection against excitation and prime mover failure, field earth fault and unbalanced stator currents (negative sequence current protection). UNIT-IV: Transformer & Bus-Bar Protection (i) Transformer Protection: Percentage differential protection, magnetizing inrush current, percentage differential relay with harmonic restraint. Buchholz relay. Differential protection of generator transfer unit.(ii) Bus-bar Protection: Differential protection of bus-bars, high impedance relay scheme, frame leakage protection. UNIT-V: Transmission Line & Induction Motor Protection (i) Transmission Line Protection: Introduction to distance protection. Construction, operating principle and characteristics of an electromagnetic impedance relay. Effect of arc resistance. Induction cup type reactance and mho relays. Comparison between impedance,reactance and mho relays. Three stepped distance protection of transmission line.(ii) Induction Motor Protection: Introduction to various faults and abnormal operating conditions, unbalance supply voltage and single phasing. Introduction to protection of induction motors- HRC fuse and over current, percentage differential, earth fault and negative sequence voltage relays. 9. Course Learning Outcomes 75 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) a) Student gains knowledge on different Protective Equipments or Power Systems b) . Know about various protective systems- how it works and where it works c) Different applications o f the relays, circuit breakers, gr ou ndi ng for different elements of power system is also discussed in the subject. d) Ability to discuss recovery and Restriking. e) Ability to express Oil circuit Breaker, Air Blast circuit Breakers, SF6 Circuit Breaker. f) 6.Abiity to identify DMT,IDMT type relays g) Ability to identify Rotor, Stator Faults, inter turn faults and their protection. Reference books: 1. D.N. Vishwakarma, Badri Ram, Power System Protection and Switchgear 2 Edition, Tata McGraw - Hill Education (2011) Pub. 2. Y. G. Paithankar, S. R. Bhide, Fundamentals of Power System Protection 2 Edition, PHI Learning (2010) Pub. 3. P. M. Anderson, Electrical Power System Protection, 2nd Edition, Springer (sie) (2010) Pub. 1. Course Code : 16C17605 2. Course Title: Advanced Instrumentation 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 5. Credits: 5 6. Semester: 6 7.Learning Objectives a) Measurement of electrical quantities may be done to measure electrical parameters of a system. b) Using transducers, physical properties such as temperature, pressure, flow, force, and many others can be converted into electrical signals. c) Students to demonstrate higher order thinking, such as problem-solving skills. d) Evaluate the influence of non-linearity on the behaviour of engineering materials 8. Detail of the course UNIT:-I 76 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) Introduction: Introduction to Intelligent Instrumentation: Historical Perspective, current status, software based instruments. UNIT:-II Virtual Instrumentation: Introduction to graphical programming, data flow & graphical programming techniques, advantage of VI techniques, VIs and sub-VIs loops and charts , arrays, clusters and graphs, case and sequence structures, formula nodes, string and file I/O, Code Interface Nodes and DLL links. UNIT:-3 Data Acquisition Methods: Analog and Digital IO, Counters, Timers, basic ADC designs, interfacing methods of DAQ hardware, software structure, use of simple and intermediate VIs. Use of Data Sockets for Networked Communication and Controls. UNIT:-IV PC Hardware Review & Instrumentation Buses: Structure, timing, interrupts, DMA, operating system, ISA, PCI, USB, PCMCIA buses. IEEE488.1 & 488.2 Serial Interfacing RS232C, RS422, RS423, RS485; USB, VXI, SCXI, PXI. 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) b) c) d) Recognize the theory and practice of architectural construction. Explain the representation of construction. Evaluate the relationship between construction and design. Demonstrate the major changes that have occurred in the representation and construction of buildings between the modern and pre-modern eras. e) Employ research methods into construction practices. f) Identify requirements to achieve professional and disciplinary outcomes. Reference Books: 1. G.C. Barney, „Intelligent Instrumentation‟, Prentice Hall, 1995. 2. A.S. Moris, „Principles of Measurement & Instrumentation‟, Prentice Hall, 1993. 3. S. Gupta , J.P. Gupta, „PC interfacing for Data Acquisition & Process Control‟, ISA, 77 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 1. Course Code : 16C17606 2. Course Title: Electromagnetic Field Theory 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 5. Credits: 5 6. Semester: 6 7.Learning Objectives a) In this subject student learns about the difference between the electric and magnetic field and how they are applied in the research area b) The discussion goes around the high voltage analysis and utilize this concept in HVAC. c) To acquire the knowledge of Electromagnetic field theory that allows the student to have a solid theoretical foundation to be able in the future to design emission , d) To identify , formulate and solve fields and electromagnetic waves propagation problems in a multidisciplinary frame individually or as a member of a group e) To provide the students with a solid foundation in engineering fundamentals required to solve problems and also to pursue higher studies 8. Detail of the course UNIT-I: Introduction Vector Relation in rectangular, cylindrical, spherical and general curvilinear coordinate system. Concept and physical interpretation of gradient, Divergence and curl, Green’s Stoke’s and Helmholz theorems. UNIT-II: Electrostatics Electric field vectors-electric field intensity, flux density & polarization. Electric field due to various charge configurations. The potential functions and displacement vector. Gauss’s law. Poisson’s and Laplace’s equation and their solution. Uniqueness theorem. Continuity equation. Capacitance and electrostatics energy. Field determination by method of images. Boundary conditions. Field mappings and concept of field cells. UNIT-III: Magnetostatics Magnetic field vector: Magnetic field intensity, flux density & magnetization, Bio-Savart’s law, Ampere’s law, Magnetic scalar and vector potential, self & mutual inductance, Energy stored in magnetic field, Boundary conditions, Analogy between electric and magnetic field, Field mapping and concept of field cells. UNIT-IV: Time Varying Fields Faraday’s law, Displacement currents and equation of continuity. Maxwell’s equations, Uniform plane wave in free space, dielectrics and conductors, skin effect sinusoidal time variations, reflections, refraction & polarization of UPW, standing wave ratio. Pointing vector and power considerations. UNIT-V: Transmission Lines The high-frequency circuit. LCR ladder model. The transmission line equation. Solution for loss-less lines. Wave velocity and wave impedance. Reflection and Transmission coefficients at junctions. VSWR. 9. Course Learning Outcomes a. Ability to solve the problems in different EM fields. 78 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) b. Ability to design a programming to generate EM waves subjected to the conditions c. Applications of EM Waves in different domains and to find the time average power density d. Ability to Solve Electromagnetic Relation using Maxwell Formulae e. Ability to Solve Electro Static and Magnetic to Static circuits using Basic relations 6 Ability to Analyse moving charges on Magnetic fields f. Ability to Design circuits using Conductors and Dielectrics Reference books: 1. G. S. N. Raju, Electromagnetic Field Theory and Transmission Lines 1 Edition, Pearson (2004) Pub. 2. Gottapu Sasibhushana Rao, Electromagnetic Field Theory and Transmission Lines, Wiley (2012) Pub. 3. S P Ghosh, Lipika Datta, Electromagnetic Field Theory 1st Edition, Tata-Mcgraw Hill Publisher (2012)Pub. 4. K. G Balmain, E. C Jordan, Electromagnetic Waves and Radiating Systems 2 Edition, PHI Learning (2009) Pub. Power Systems (Practical) 1. Study the burden effect on the performance of CT and measure ratio error. 2. (i) Study over current relay. (ii) Draw the current-time characteristic of an over current relay for TMS=1 & 0.5 and PSM=1.25 & 1.0. 3. (i) Study percentage bias differential relay. (ii) Plot the characteristics of a percentage bias differential relay for 20%, 30% and 40% biasing. 4. Study gas actuated Buchholz relay. 5. Design a HV transmission line. 6. Study a typical grid substation. 7. Study earthing of power station, substation and building Electrical Simulation (Practical) (List of Experiments (PSPICE based) 1. Study of various commands of PSPICE. 2. To determine node voltages and branch currents in a resistive network. 3. To obtain Thevenin’s equivalent circuit of a resistive network. 4. To obtain transient response of a series R-L-C circuit for step voltage input. 5. To obtain transient response of a parallel R-L-C circuit for step current input. 6. To obtain transient response of a series R-L-C circuit for alternating square voltage waveform. 79 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 7. To obtain frequency response of a series R-L-C circuit for sinusoidal voltage input. 8. To determine line and load currents in a three phase delta circuit connected to a 3-phase balanced ac supply. 9. To plot magnitude, phase and step response of a network function. 10. To obtain transient response of output voltage in a single phase half wave rectifier circuit using capacitance filter. 11. To obtain frequency response of a R-C coupled CE amplifier. 12. To obtain frequency response of an op-Amp integrator circuit. 13. To verify truth tables of NOT, AND or OR gates implemented by NAND gates by plotting their digital input and output signals. Reference Books: 1. Irvine, Calif, “PSPICE Manual”, Microsim Corporation, 1992. 2. Paul W. Tuinenga, “SPICE: A guide to circuit Simulation and Analysis Using PSPICE”, Prentice Hall, 1992. 3. M.H. Rashid, “SPICE for Circuits and Electronics Using PSPICE”, Prentice Hall of India, 2000. SEMESTER - VII 1. Course Code : 16C17701 2. Course Title: Electric Drives 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 , P :3 5. Credits: 5 6. Semester: 7 7.Learning Objectives a) Learns the structure of Electric Drive systems and their role in various applications such as flexible production systems, b) Energy conservation, renewable energy, transportation etc., making Electric Drives an enabling technology. c) Understand basic requirements placed by mechanical systems on electric drives. d) Evaluate the motor and power converter for a specific application. 8. Detail of the course UNIT-I: Dynamics of Electric Drives Fundamental torque equations, speed-torque conventions and multi quadrant operation, equivalent values of drive parameters, nature and classification of load torques, steady state stability, load equalization, close loop configurations of drives. UNIT-II: DC Drives Speed torque curves, torque and power limitation in armature voltage and field control, Starting, Braking-Regenerative Braking, dynamic braking and plugging. Speed ControlControlled Rectifier fed DC drives, Chopper Controlled DC drives. 80 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) UNIT-III: Induction Motor Drives-I Starting, Braking-Regenerative braking, plugging and dynamic braking. Speed Control-Stator voltage control, variable frequency control from voltage source, Voltage Source Inverter (VSI) Control. UNIT-IV: Induction Motor Drives-II Variable frequency control from current source, Current Source Inverter (CSI) Control, Cycloconverter Control, Static rotor resistance control, Slip Power Recovery- Stator Scherbius drive, Static Kramer drive. UNIT-V: Synchronous Motor Drive Control of Synchronous Motor-Separately Controlled and VSI fed Self-Controlled Synchronous Motor Drives. Dynamic and Regenerative Braking of Synchronous Motor with VSI. Control of Synchronous Motor Using Current Source Inverter (CSI) 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) b) c) d) Understand the various drive mechanisms and methods for energy conservation. Apply power electronic converters to control the speed of DC motors and induction motors. Evaluate the motor and power converter for a specific application. Develop closed loop control strategies of drives Practical 1. Study and test the firing circuit of three phase half controlled bridge converter. 2. Study and obtain waveforms of 3 phase half controlled bridge converter with R and RL loads. 3. Study and test the firing circuit of 3-phase full controlled bridge converter. 4. Study and obtain waveforms of 3-phase full controlled bridge converter with R and RL loads. 5. Study and test 3-phase AC voltage regulator. 6. Control speed of a 3-phase induction motor in variable stator voltage mode using 3phase AC voltage regulator. 7. Study 3-phase dual converter. 8. Study speed control of dc motor using 3-phase dual converter. Reference books: 1. Richard M. Crowder, Electric drives and their controls, Oxford University Press Pub. 2. Werner Leonhard, Control of Electrical Drives, 3nd edition(2001),springer Pub. 3. G. K. Dubey, Gopal K. Dubey , Fundamentals of Electrical Drives, Narosa Publishing House. 81 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 1. Course Code : 16C17702 2. Course Title: Design of Electrical Machines 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 , P :3 5. Credits: 5 6. Semester: 7 7.Learning Objectives a) To give a good grounding and some experience in the physical design of electrical machines . b) A broad understanding electrical drives selection criteria. c) Understanding the basic concepts of torque production; d) Appreciatng the importance of magnetic, thermal and electric loadings; e) Understanding the concept of magnetic equivalent circuits; f) Understanding the basic principles of ac windingdesign 8. Detail of the course UNIT-I: Introduction Principles of design of Machines: Factors and limitations in design, specific magnetic and electric loadings, output, real and apparent flux densities, separation of main dimensions for D.C., induction and synchronous machines. UNIT-II: Heating, Cooling and Ventilation: Temperature rise calculation, continuous, shorttime and intermittent ratings, types of ventilation, hydrogen cooling and its advantages. UNIT-III: Design of Transformers: General considerations, output equation, main dimensions, leakage reactance, winding design, tank and cooling tubes, calculation of magnetizing current, losses, efficiency and regulation. UNIT-IV: Design Three-phase induction motors: General considerations, output equation, choice of specific electric and magnetic loadings, No. of slots in stator and rotor, elimination of harmonic torques, design of stator and rotor windings, leakage reactance, equivalent resistance of squirrel cage rotor, magnetizing current, temperature rise and efficiency. UNIT-V: Design of Alternators: Classification and their comparison, specific loadings, output coefficient, main dimensions, short circuit ratio, elimination of harmonics in generated EMF, stator winding design. 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) Understand the limitations of conventional models of electrical machines b) Determine the torque produced in electrical machines using the concept of coenergy c) Determine the performance of machines using reference frame theory 82 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) d) Select strategies to control the torque for a given application 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Practical Design of Transformer core. Design of Transformer core windings. Calculations of Transformer core performances. Calculations of main dimensions of Induction motors Design of stator windings and selection of slots. Design of squirrel cage Design of slip-ring rotors. Reference Books: 1. Sawhney A K; A Course in Electrical Machine Design; Dhanpat Rai & Co. Pub. 2. Clayton A E & Hancock N N : The Performance and Design of Direct Current Machines ; CBS Publishers and Distributors. 3. Say M G : The Performance and Design of Alternating Current Machines; CBS Publishers and Distributors. 4. Sen S K : Principles of Electrical Machine Design with Computer Programs ; Oxford & IBH Pub. Co. 5. Norton, Machine design, Pearson Education Pub. 1. Course Code : 16C17703 2. Course Title: Advance Control Systems 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 5. Credits: 5 6. Semester: 7 7.Learning Objectives a) Modern control engineering practice includes the use of control design strategies for improving manufacturing processes, b) The efficiency of energy use, advanced automobile control, including rapid transit, among others. c) To discuss the notion of a design gap. d) The gap exists between the complex physical system under investigation and the model used in the control system synthesis. 8. Detail of the course UNIT-I: Introduction 83 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) Concept of Linear vector space Linear Independence, Bases & Representation, domain and range. Concept of Linearity, relaxedness, time invariance, causality. UNIT-II: State Space Approach of Control System Analysis. Modern Vs conventional control theory, concept of state, state variable state vector, state space, state space equations, Writing state space equations of mechanical, Electrical systems, Analogous systems. UNIT-III: State Space Representation State Space Representation using physical and phase variables, comparison form of system representation. Block diagram representation of state model. Signal flow graph representation. State space representation using canonical variables. Diagonal matrix. Jordan canonical form, Derivation of transfer function from state-model. UNIT-IV: Solution of State Equations Diagonalization, Eigen values and Eigen vectors. Matrix exponential, State transition matrix, Properties of state transition matrix. Computation of State transition matrix concepts of controllability & observability. Pole placement by state feedback, Ackerman’s formula UNIT-V: Digital Control Systems Introduction, sampled data control systems, signal reconstruction, difference equations. The z-transform, Z-Transfer Function. Block diagram analysis of sampled data systems, z and s domain relationship, digital PID controller. 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) Analyze electromechanical systems using mathematical modelling b) Determine Transient and Steady State behavior of systems using standard test signals c) Analyze linear and non-linear systems for steady state errors, absolute stability and relative stability d) Design a stable control system satisfying requirements of stability and reduced steady state error Reference Books: 1. Madan Gopal, I. J. Nagrath, Control Systems Engineering 5 Edition, New Age International (2011) Pub. 2. Katsuhiko Ogata, Modern Control Engineering 5 Edition, PHI Learning (2010) Pub. 3. M.V. Bakshi, U.A. Bakshi, Modern Control Theory, Technical Publications. 4. Naresh K. Sinha, Control Systems 3rd Edition, New Age International (1994) Pub. 84 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 1. Course Code : 16C17704 2. Course Title: Utilization of Electrical Energy and Electric Traction 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 5. Credits: 5 6. Semester: 7 7.Learning Objectives a) This subject gives a comprehensive idea in utilization of electrical power such as drives, electric heating, electric welding and illumination, b) Learning electric traction, electrolysis, refrigeration airconditioning and automobile electric system. c) Methods of electric braking of traction motors. d) To comprehend the different issues related to heating,welding and illumination. e) To provide the students the fundamental concepts of drives and types of drives used in traction. 8. Detail of the course UNIT-I: Electric Heating & Welding (i)Electric Heating: Different methods of electric heating. Principle of high frequency induction and di-electric heating. Construction, operation, performance and applications of arc furnace and induction furnace. (ii) Electric Welding: Welding process, welding transformer, Classification of Electric Welding: arc welding, resistance welding, welding of various metals. UNIT-II: Illuminations Definitions, laws of illuminations, polar curves, luminous efficiency, photometer, incandescent lamps: filament materials, halogen lamp. electric discharge lamps: sodium vapour lamp mercury vapour lamp and fluorescent lamp. Light Calculations: commercial, industrial, street and flood lighting. UNIT-III: Electrolytic Process Principles and applications of electrolysis, electro-deposition, manufactures of chemicals, anodizing, electro polishing electro-cleaning, electroextraction, electro refining, electrostripping (parting) power supplies for electrolytic process. 85 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) UNIT-IV: Electric Traction & Means of Supplying Power Systems of Electric Traction: DC & AC Systems, Power Supply for Electric Traction System: Comparison and application of different systems. Sub-station equipment and layout, conductor rail & pantograph. UNIT-V: Electric Traction Types of services, speed time and speed distance curves, estimation of power and energy requirements, Mechanics of train movement. Co-efficient of adhesion, Adhesive weight, effective weight. Traction Motor Controls: DC and AC traction motors, Series parallel starting. Methods of electric braking of traction motors. 9. Course Learning Outcomes a. b. c. d. Able to maintain electric drives used in an industries Able to identify a heating/ welding scheme for a given application Able to maintain/ Trouble shoot various lamps and fittings in use Able to figure-out the different schemes of traction schemes and its main components e. Able to design a suitable scheme of speed control for the tractiuon systems f. Able to identify the job/higher education / research opportunities in Electric Utilization industry. Reference Books: 1. Gupta J B, UTILIZATION OF ELECTRICAL POWER, S K Kataria & Sons-new Delhi. 2. Bankar Deepak S., Electrical Power Utilization & Traction, Tech-Max Publications. 3. B.L. Theraja., Electrical Power Utilization –S chand Pub. 4. H. Pratap- Utilization of Electrical Power, Dhanpat Rai and Sons Pub. 1. Course Code : 16C17705 2. Course Title: Elective – III Materials in Electrical Systems 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 5. Credits: 5 6. Semester: 7 7.Learning Objectives a) Materials science is an interdisciplinary branch of science that deals with the study of development of novel b) Solid materials with desired physical and chemical properties. 86 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) c) Modern material science that has evolved by the integration of basic concepts of materials science and engineering has even broader real time implications. d) New entities of materials science are the result of application of the basic and applied concepts of physics, chemistry and engineering 8. Detail of the course UNIT-I: Crystal Structure covering, Atomic structure and inter-atomic bonding; Structure of crystalline solids; Lattices, unit cells; Crystal systems, Bravais lattices; Indexing of directions and planes, notations, Inter-planar spacings and angles, co- ordination number, packing factors; UNIT-II: Materials- Conductors-free electron theory and electron scattering DielectricsPolarization, solid, liquid and gas dielectrics Insulators-Classification, Application in electric devices. Magnetic materials-classification based on orientation of magnetic dipoles, Optoelectronic materials, Semiconductors-simple and compound, Refractory Materials. Solders and contacts, Superconductivity and super conducting materials. UNIT-III: Components- Resistors and Capacitors. Display units:-LED, LCD and Monitors. Effect of environment on components. UNIT-IV: Processes- Basic processes used in the manufacture of integrated circuits such as Epitaxy, masking, photolithography, diffusion, oxidation, Etching, metallization, Scribing, wire bonding and Encapsulation. Induction and Dielectric heating. Electron beam welding and cutting. UNIT-V: Cables- Calculations of capacity of cables, charging current, stress, grading, heating of cables, Construction and characteristics of HV & EHV cable. 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) Correlate processing, microstructure and properties of materials. b) Understand behaviour of materials under various conditions. c) Characterize modes of failure of engineering materials and design new materials with better properties and cost effective processes. d) Identify suitable materials for engineering applications. Reference Books: 1. S.O. Kasap, „Principles of Electrical Engineering Materials,‟ MGH. 2. Mahajan, „Principles of growth and processing of semiconductors,‟ MGH. 3. Dhir, „Electronic components and Materials Principles manufacturing and Maintenance,‟ TMH. 4. Allison, „Electronic Engineering Materials and Devices,‟ TMH. 5. Ruska N Scot, „Microelectronic processing – an introduction to the manufacture of integrated circuits,‟ MGH. 1. Course Code : 16C17706 2. Course Title: Non Conventional Energy Sources and Applications 87 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 5. Credits: 5 6. Semester: 7 7.Learning Objectives a) Fast receding stocks of conventional resources impelled governments worldwide to include renewable energy sources in their energy programmes. b) Newer, non-conventional methods need to be developed before the conventional stocks are totally exhausted.. c) Principle of action, gibbs free energy, general description of fuel cells 8. Detail of the course UNIT-I: Introduction: World energy situation, conventional and non-conventional energy sources, Indian energy scene. Tidal Energy: Introduction to tidal power. Components of tidal power plants, double basin arrangement. Power generation. Advantages and limitations of tidal power generation. Prospects of tidal energy in India. UNIT-II: Solar Energy and wind Energy Photovoltaic effect, characteristics of photovoltaic cells, conversionefficiency, solar batteries and applications. Solar energy in India, solar collectors, solar furnaces & applications. History of wind power, wind generators, theory of wind power, characteristics of suitable wind power sites, scope in India, advantages and limitations. UNIT-III: Thermo-electric Generators: Seeback effect, peltier effect, Thomson effect, thermoelectric convertors, brief description of the construction of thermoelectric generators, applications and economic aspects. UNIT-IV: Fuel Cells: Principle of action, gibbs free energy, general description of fuel cells, types, construction, operational characteristics and applications. UNIT-V: Miscellaneous Sources: Geothermal system, characteristics of geothermal resources, choice of generators, electric equipment and precautions. Low head hydro plants, definition of lowhead hydro power, choice of site and turbines. Tidal energy, idea of tidal energy, tidal electric generator, limitations . 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) b) c) d) Create awareness among students about Non-Conventional sources of energy technologies Enable students to understand various renewable energy technologies and systems. To impart the knowledge of Storage technologies form the autonomous renewable energy sources. Equip the students with knowledge and understanding of various possible mechanisms about renewable energy projects Reference books: 1. D.S.Chauhan, „Non Conventional Energy Resources‟ New Age Publication 2. G.D. Rai, „Non-conventional energy sources‟, Khanna Publishers 3. B.H.Khan, „Non Conventional Energy Resources‟ TMH. 4. H.P.Garg and Jai Prakash, „Solar Energy Fundamentals and Applications‟, TMH 88 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 1. Course Code : 16C17707 2. Course Title: Power System Analysis 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 5. Credits: 5 6. Semester: 7 7.Learning Objectives a) The course paves the foundation for exploring the ways and means to perform power system analysis in normal operation b) Understanding symmetrical and unsymmetrical faults. c) Models of generators, transformers and transmission lines essential for such analyses are assembled. Additionally, principles for the formulation, solution, and application of optimal power flow d) Computer-aided analysis of the performance of large-scale power systems is one of the central learning objectives. 8. Detail of the course UNIT-I: (i) Percent and per unit quantities. Single line diagram for a balanced 3-phase system. (ii) Admittance Model: Branch and node admittances Equivalent admittance network and calculation of Y bus. Modification of an existing Y bus. UNIT-II: (i) Impendence Model: Bus admittance and impedance matrices. Thevenin’s theorem and Z b Direct determination of Z bus. Modification of an existing bus. (ii) Symmetrical fault Analysi 89 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) Transient on a Transmission line, short circuit of a synchronous machine on no load, short circu of a loaded synchronous machine. Equivalent circuits of synchronous machine under sub-transient, transient and steady state conditions. Selection of circuit breakers, Algorithm for short circuit studies. Analysis of 3 phase faults. UNIT-III: Symmetrical Fault Analysis Symmetrical Components (i)Fortescure theorem, symmetrical component transformation. Phase shift in star-delta transformers. Sequence Impedances of transmission lines, Synchronous Machine and Transformers, zero sequence network of transformers and transmission lines. Construction of sequence networks of power system. (ii) Fault Analysis: Analysis of single line to ground faults using symmetrical components, connection of sequence networks under the fault condition. UNIT-IV: Unsymmetrical Fault Analysis (i) Analysis of line-to-line and double line to ground faults using symmetrical components, connection of sequence networks under fault conditions. (ii) Analysis of unsymmetrical shunt faults using bus impedance matrix method. UNIT-V: Load Flow Analysis Load flow problem, development of load flow equations, bus classification. Gauss Seidel, Newton Raphosn, decoupled and fast decoupled methods for load flow analysis. Comparison of load flow methods. 9. Course Learning Outcome a) b) c) d) e) Analyze transmission line performance. Apply load compensation techniques to control reactive power Understand the application of per unit quantities. Design over voltage protection and insulation coordination Determine the fault currents for symmetrical and unbalanced faults Reference book: 1. John J. Grainger, William D. Stevenson,Power Systems Analysis, Tata McGraw - Hill Education (2003) Pub. 2. D. P. Kothari, I. J. Nagrath, Modern Power System Analysis 4 Edition, Tata McGraw - Hill Education (2011) Pub. 3. S. Kuruseelan, S. Ramar, Power System Analysis, PHI Learning (2013) Pub. 4. Vijay Vittal, Arthur R. Bergen, Power Systems Analysis 2nd Edition, Pearson (2002). 5. S. Kuruseelan, S. Ramar, Power System Analysis, PHI Learning (2013) Pub. SEMESTER - VIII 90 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 1. Course Code : 16C17801 2. Course Title: EHV AC/DC Transmission 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 5. Credits: 5 6. Semester: 8 7.Learning Objectives a) b) c) d) e) f) Enabling efficient, long-distance delivery of large blocks of power Providing fast-acting control of real and reactive power at the AC/DC interface Isolating AC systems that are asynchronous or weakly coupled Requiring less right-of-way than UHV or EHV AC systems Inserting back-to-back HVDC links that can block cascading AC system disturbances Enabling underground delivery of power into urban areas without over-stressing existing equipment. 8. Detail of the course UNIT-I: EHV AC Transmission Need of EHV transmission lines, power handling capacity and surge impedance loading. Problems of EHV transmission, bundled conductors: geometric mean radius of bundle, properties of bundle conductors. Electrostatic fields of EHV lines and their effects, corona effects: Corona loss, audio and radio noise. UNIT-II: Load Frequency Control Introduction to control of active and reactive power flow, turbine speed governing system. Speed governing characteristic of generating unit and load sharing between parallel operating generators. Method of Load Frequency Control: Flat frequency, flat tie line and tie line load bias control. Automatic generation control (description of block diagram only). UNIT-III: Voltage Control No load receiving end voltage and reactive power generation. Methods of voltage control. Synchronous phase modifier, shunt capacitors and reactors, saturable reactors, Thynstorised static VAR compensators- TCR, FC-TCR and TSC- TCR. UNIT-IV: FACTS Introduction to FACTS controllers, types of FACTS controllers, Brief description of STATCOM, Thyristor controlled series capacitors and unified power flow controller. UNIT-V: HVDC Transmission Types of D.C. links, advantages and disadvantages of HVDC transmission. Basic scheme and equipment of converter station. Ground return. Basic principles of DC link control and basic converter control characteristics. Application of HVDC transmission. 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) b) c) d) Describe types of topology and multi terminal HVDC System Describe converter operation in various modes. Describe converter control modes Design smoothing reactor and grounding system. 91 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) e) Describe the application of filters to eliminates harmonics f) Analyse the fault in HVDC system and provide proper protection. Reference Books: 1. S. Rao. EHV-AC, HVDC : Transmission and Distribution Engineering 3 Edition, Khanna Publishers. 2. Sharma, Ehv - Ac, Hvdc Transmission & Distribution Engg, S.K Kataria & Sons Pub. 3. M S Naidu, V. Kamaraju,High Voltage Engineering 4 Edition, Tata McGraw - Hill Education (2008) Pub. 1. Course Code : 16C17802 2. Course Title :Power System Stability 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 5. Credits: 5 6. Semester: 8 7.Learning Objectives a) Introduce students to practical alternate Energy grid integration issues b) Introduce students to distributed generation technologies and their impacts on power system stability and control. c) Introduction to new technologies of Phasor measurements and smart grid integration issues d) Discuss methods for power system stability and control e) Identify component models for system stability and study transient stability issues and their solution techniques f) Formulate the transient stability for large scale systems and study of power system control and multi area control g) Involve students in a practical power systems stability and control through the term project. 8. Detail of the course UNIT-I: Economic Operation of Power Systems Introduction, system constraints, optimal operation of power systems. Input output, heat rate and incremental rate curves of thermal generating units. Economic distribution of load between generating units within a plant. Economic distribution of load between power stations, transmission loss equation. Introduction to unit commitment and dynamic programming. UNIT-II: Power System Stability –I 92 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) Power angle equations and power angle curves under steady state and transient conditions. Rotor dynamics and swing equation (solution of swing equation not included), synchronizing power coefficient. Introduction to steady state and dynamic stabilities, steady state stability limit. UNIT-III: Power System Stability-II Introduction to transient stability. Equal area criterion and its application to transient stability studies under basic disturbances, critical clearing angle and critical clearing time. Factors affecting stability and methods to improve stability. UNIT-IV: Excitation Systems & Interconnected Power Systems (i) Excitation Systems: Introduction of excitation systems of synchronous machines, types of excitation systems, Elements of various excitation systems and their control (functional block diagrams and their brief description)-DC excitation systems, AC excitation systems, brushless excitation system. (ii) Interconnected Power Systems: Introduction to isolated and interconnected powers systems. Reserve capacity of power stations, spinning and maintenance resaves. Advantages and problems of interconnected power systems. Power systems inter connection in India. UNIT-V: Tap Changing transformer & power system security (i) Tap Changing transformer, phase angle control and phase shifting transformer. Series compensation of transmission lines, location and protection of series capacitors, advantages and problems. (ii) Introduction to power system security. (iii) Introduction to voltage stability. 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) Explain the various power system instabilities and dynamics in power systems, Apply and explain different methods for analyzing power system stability, Create mathematical models for dynamic and stability analysis of power systems, Explain different power system controls, and their impact on the system stability, Demonstrate how the transient stability of a power system can be analyzed by using equal area criterion, Analyze electromechanical modes in power systems, Design excitation systems to improve transient stability, and power oscillations damping, Perform frequency control, Reflect on, evaluate, and critically assess others’ scientific results. Reference books: 1. Vijay Vittal, Arthur R. Bergen, Power Systems Analysis 2nd Edition, Pearson (2002) Pub. 2. John J. Grainger, William D. Stevenson, Power Systems Analysis, Tata McGraw Hill Education (2003) Pub. 3. William Stevenson, Elements of Power System Analysis 4 Edition, Tata McGraw Hill Education (2001) Pub. 1. Course Code : 16C17803 93 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 2. Course Title : Switchgear & Protection 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 5. Credits: 5 6. Semester: 8 7.Learning Objectives a) To introduce students to power system protection and switchgear. b) To teach students theory and applications of the main components used in power system protection for electric machines, c) Transformers, bus bars, overhead and underground feeders. d) To teach students the theory, construction, applications of main types Circuit breakers, e) Relays for protection of generators, transformers and protection of feeders from overvoltages and other hazards. f) It emphasis on neutral grounding for overall protection g) To develop an ability and skill to design the feasible protection systems needed for each main part of a power system in students. 8. Detail of the course UNIT-I: Static Relays (i) Static Relays: Introduction to static relays, merits and demerits. Comparators: amplitude and phase comparators, duality between amplitude and phase comparators. (ii) Static over Current Relays: Introduction to instantaneous, definite time, inverse time and directional overcurrent relays. UNIT-II: Static Differential & Distance Relays (i) Static Differential Relays: Brief description of static differential relay schemes-single phase and three phase schemes. Introduction to static differential protection of generator and transformer. (ii) Static Distance Relays: Introduction to static impedance, reactance and mho relays. UNIT-III: Carrier Current & Distance Protection (i) Carrier Current Protection: Basic apparatus and scheme of power line carrier system. Principle of operation of directional comparison and phase comparison carrier protection and carrier assisted distance protection. (ii) Distance Protection: Effect of power swings on the performance of distance protection. Out of step tripping and blocking relays, mho relay with blinders. Introduction to quadrilateral and elliptical relays. UNIT-IV: Circuit Breakers I Electric arc and its characteristics, arc interruption-high resistance interruption and current zero interruption. Arc interruption theories–recovery rate theory and energy balance theory. Re-striking voltage and recovery voltage, develop expressions for re-striking voltage and RRRV. Resistance switching, current chopping and interruption of capacitive current. Oil circuit breakers-bulk oil and minimum oil circuit breakers. Air circuit breakers. UNIT-V: Circuit Breakers II Air blast, SF6 and vacuum circuit breakers. Selection of circuit breakers, rating of circuit breakers. (ii) Digital Protection: Introduction to digital protection. Brief description of block 94 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) diagram of digital relay. Introduction to digital over current, transformer differential and transmission line distance protection. 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) Student gains knowledge on different Protective Equipments or Power Systems b) Know about various protective systems- how it works and where it works c) Different applications o f the relays, circuit breakers, gr ou ndi ng for different elements of power system is also discussed in the subject. d) Ability to discuss recovery and Restriking e) Ability to express Oil circuit Breaker, Air Blast circuit Breakers, SF f) Circuit Breaker. 6.Abiity to identify DMT,IDMT type relays g) Ability to identify Rotor, Stator Faults, inter turn faults and their protection. Reference books: 1. J. B. Gupta, Switchgear & Protection, S K KATARIA & SONS-NEW DELHI Pub. 2. D.N. Vishwakarma, Badri Ram, Power System Protection and Switchgear 2 Edition, Tata McGraw - Hill Education (2011) Pub. 3. Nirmal-Kumar C Nair, Bhuvanesh A Oza, Vijay H Makwana, Rashesh P Mehta, Power System Protection and Switchgear 1 Edition, Tata McGraw - Hill Education (2010) Pub. 4. Maheshwari Bhavesh Bhalja R. P., Nilesh Chothani, Protection And Switchgear, Oxford University Press (2011) Pub. 1. Course Code : 16C17804 2. Course Title : Elective-II Artificial Intelligence 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 5. Credits: 5 6. Semester: 8 7.Learning Objectives 95 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) a) To have an appreciation for and understanding of both the achievements of AI and the theory underlying those achievements. b) To have an appreciation for the engineering issues underlying the design of AI systems. c) To have a basic proficiency in a traditional AI language including an ability to write simple to intermediate programs and an ability to understand code written in that language. d) To have an understanding of the basic issues of knowledge representation and blind and heuristic search, as well as an understanding of other topics such as minima, resolution, etc. that play an important role in AI programs. e) To have a basic understanding of some of the more advanced topics of AI such as learning, natural language processing, agents and robotics, expert systems, and planning. 8. Detail of the course UNIT-I: Artificial Intelligence Introduction to AI and knowledge based Expert systems: Introduction, Importance and Definition of AI, ES, ES building tools and shells. UNIT-II: Knowledge Representation Concept of knowledge, Representation of knowledge using logics rules, frames. Procedural versus. Declarative knowledge, forward versus backward chaining. Control Strategies: Concept of heuristic search, search techniques depth first search, Breath first search, Generate & test hill climbing, best first search. UNIT-III: Artificial Neural Network Biological Neurons and synapses, characteristics Artificial Neural Networks, types of activation functions. Perceptions: Perception representation, limitations of perceptrons. Single layer and multiplayer perceptrons. Perceptron learning algorithms. UNIT-IV: Basic Concepts in Learning ANN Supervised learning, Back propagation algorithm, unsupervised learning, Kohonen’s top field network & Algorithm. UNIT-V: Fuzzy Logic Fuzzy logic concepts, Fuzzy relation and membership functions, Defuzzufication, Fuzzy controllers Genetic algorithm: concepts, coding, reproduction, crossover, mutation, scaling and fitness. 9. Course Learning Outcomes a. Demonstrate working knowledge in Lisp in order to write simple Lisp programs and explore more sophisticated Lisp code on their own b. Understand different types of AI agents c. Know various AI search algorithms (uninformed, informed, heuristic, constraint satisfaction, genetic algorithms) d. Understand the fundamentals of knowledge representation (logic-based, frame-based, semantic nets), inference and theorem proving e. Know how to build simple knowledge-based systems f. Demonstrate working knowledge of reasoning in the presence of incomplete and/or uncertain information 96 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) g. Ability to apply knowledge representation, reasoning, and machine learning techniques to real-world h. Ability to carry out independent (or in a small group) research and Reference book: 1. Stuart Russell, Peter Norvig, Artificial Intelligence : A Modern Approach 2 Edition, Pearson (2003) Pub. 2. Kevin Knight, Elaine Rich, Shivashankar B. Nair, Artificial Intelligence 3 Edition, Tata McGraw - Hill Education (2012) Pub. 3. Blay Whitby, Artificial Intelligence: A beginner's Guide 1st Edition, Oneworld Publications (2006). 4. Henry Brighton, Howard Selina, Introducing Artificial Intelligence, Icon (2012) Pub. 1. Course Code : 16C17805 2. Course Title : Elective-II Computer Network 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 5. Credits: 5 6. Semester: 8 7.Learning Objectives a) Describe the basis and structure of an abstract layered protocol model b) Describe, analyse and compare a number of datalink, network, and transport layer protocols c) Design and implement datalink or network layer protocols within a simulated networking environment d) Describe and analyse various related technical, administrative and social aspects of specific computer network protocols from standards documents and other primary materials found through research e) Identify and apply basic theorems and formulae for the information-theoretic basis of communication and the performance of physical, datalink and network protocols 8. Detail of the course UNIT-I Introduction- Goals and applications of Networks, Network structure and architecture, The OSI reference model, services, Network Topology Design-Delay Analysis, Back Bone Design, Local Access Network Design. UNIT-II Physical Layer Transmission Media, Switching methods , ISDN, Terminal Handling. Medium Access Control sub layer: Medium Access sub layer-Channel Allocation, LAN protocols-ALOHA protocols-Overview of IEEE standards – FDDI, Data Link Layer – Elementary data Link Protocols, Sliding Window protocols, Error Handling. UNIT-III Network Layer: Network Layer – Point – to Point Networks, routing, Congestion control, Internetworking – TCP /IP –IP packet, IP address, IP v6. 97 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) UNIT-IV Transport Layer: Transport Layer – Design issues, connection management, session Layer – Design issues, remote procedure call, Presentation Layer – Design issues, data compression techniques, cryptography – TCP Window Management. UNIT-V Application Layer: Application Layer-File Transfer, Access and Management, Electronic mail, Virtual Terminals, Other application, Example Networks – Internet and Public Networks. 9. Course Learning Outcomes a. Have a good understanding of the OSI Reference Model and in particular have a good knowledge of Layers. b. Analyze the requirements for a given organizational structure and select the most appropriate networking architecture and technologies; c. Have a basic knowledge of the use of cryptography and network security; 4. Specify and identify deficiencies in existing protocols, and then go onto formulate new and better protocols; d. Have an understanding of the issues surrounding Mobile and Wireless Networks. e. Have a working knowledge of datagram and internet socket programming Reference Books: 1. Behrouz A. Forouzan, “Data Communication and Networking”, Tata Mc Graw Hill. 2. A.S. Tanenbaum, “ Computer Networks”, 3rd Edition, Prentice Hall India . 3. S. Keshav, “An Engineering Approach on Computer Networking”, Addition Wesley. 4. W. Stallings, “Data and Computer Communication”, Macmillan Press. 98 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 1. Course Code : 16C17806 2. Course Title: Project Management 3. Contact Hours: L: 4, T :1, P : 2 4. Examination Duration: T : 3 5. Credits: 5 6. Semester: 8 7.Learning Objectives a) The management major requirements combine theory and practice so that students will be prepared for a business career today and in the future. b) Courses will often include realistic projects so that students will have the ability to apply business theory to real situations. c) Demonstrate effective project execution and control techniques that result in successful projects. d) Conduct project closure activities and obtain formal project acceptance. e) Conduct project planning activities that accurately forecast project costs, timelines, and quality. f) Implement processes for successful resource, communication, and risk and change 8. Detail of the course UNIT-I: Introduction to Project management: Characteristics of projects, Definition and objectives of Project Management, Stages of Project Management, Project Planning Process, Establishing Project organization. UNIT-II: Work definition: Defining work content, Time Estimation Method, Project Cost Estimation and budgeting, Project Risk Management, Project scheduling and Planning Tools, Work Breakdown structure, LRC, Gantt charts, CPM/PERT Networks. UNIT-III: Developing Project Plan (Baseline), Project cash flow analysis, Project scheduling with resource constraints: Resource Levelling and Resource Allocation. Time Cost Trade off: Crashing Heuristic. UNIT-IV: Project Implementation: Project Monitoring and Control with PERT/Cost, Computers applications in Project Management, Contract Management, Project Procurement Management. UNIT-V: Post-Project Analysis. 9. Course Learning Outcomes a) Concepts to address specific management needs at the individual, team, division and/or organizational level b) Practical applications of project management to formulate strategies allowing organizations to achieve strategic goals c) A perspective of leadership effectiveness in organizations d) Team-building skills required to support successful performance e) Critical-thinking and analytical decision-making capabilities to investigate complex business problems to propose project-based solutions f) Skills to manage creative teams and project processes effectively and efficiently 99 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) Reference Books: 1. Shtub, Bard and Globerson, Project Management: Engineering, Technology, and Implementation, Prentice Hall, India 2. Lock, Gower, Project Management Handbook. 3. Cleland and King, VNR Project Management Handbook. 4. Wiest and Levy, Management guide to PERT/CPM, Prentice Hall. Ibdia 5. Horald Kerzner, Project Management: A Systemic Approach to Planning, Scheduling and Controlling, CBS Publishers, 2002. Advanced Power System (Practical) 1. To determine direct and sub transient axis reactance (xd) and quadrature axis eactance (xq) of a salient pole alternator. 2. To determine negative and zero sequence reactance of an alternator. 3. To determine fault current for L-G, L-L, L-L-G and L-L-L faults at the terminals of an alternator at very low excitation. 4. To study the IDMT over current relay and determine the time current characteristics. 5. To study percentage differential relay, Impedance, MHO and Reactance type distance relays. 6. To determine location of fault in a cable using cable fault locator. 7. To study Ferranti effect and voltage distribution in H.V. long transmission line using transmission line model. 100 B.TECH. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (16C17) 8. To obtain steady state, transient and sub-transient short circuit currents in an alternator. 9. To obtain formation of Y-bus and perform load flow analysis using Gauss-Siedel method. 10. To perform symmetrical and unsymmetrical fault analysis in a power system. Advanced MATLAB and Simulation (Practical) 1. A Basic introduction to power electronics devices and power system. 2. Single phase half controlled converter using R and RL load using MATLAB / SIMULINK. 3. Single phase fully controlled converter using R and RL load using MATLAB / SIMULINK. 4. Three phase fully controlled converter using R and RL load using MATLAB / SIMULINK. 5. Single phase AC voltage regulator using MATLAB / SIMULINK 6. Formation of Y bus matrix by inspection / analytical method using MATLAB Software 7. Formation of Z bus using building algorithm using MATLAB Software 8. Gauss Seidal load flow analysis using MATLAB Software 9. Newton Raphson method of load flow analysis using MATLAB Software 10. Fault analysis using MATLAB Software 101