General Instructions to students for EEE Laboratorycourses
You are doing experiments with the help of electrical power.
You have to be verycareful.
You must clearly know the supply system to your worktable in particular andthe entire laboratory in general.2
Incase of any wrong observation, you have to IMMEDIATELY SWITCH OFF supplyto the worktable.
You have to tuck in your shirts and you have to wear a overcoat. 4
Wearing loose garments in side the lab. is strictly prohibited. 5
You have to wear shoes compulsorily.
Every time you come to the laboratory class, you have to come with your record notebook, observation notebook, calculators etc.2
You have to attend the lab. at the stroke of the bell in the laboratory
You have to give your attendance. You have to submit your records. You have to showthe day's experiment's circuit diagram and get it signed. You have to occupy therespective worktable of the machine. Collect required meters etc as per indent slip.
Start giving connections as per the circuit diagram from one side of the circuit.2
Series circuits are to be only given first, with the help of power wires.3
Make parallel connections, namely voltmeters last using silk wires.4
Terminals of the meters should not be used as junction points. There should not be anyloose connection. Thoroughly check the connections and keep re rheostat positionssuitable for starting. Also keep all meters in such a way to read the readingsconveniently. Call staff to check the connections.
Start the experiment as per the procedure. First check for the direction of rotation incase of machines and deflection of meters.2
If any of the things are wrong, then SWITCH OFF and modify the connections. Informto the staff and then START.
Enter all readings in the tabulation. Note down the multiplication factor of any meterimmediately. .2
During load test on motors, the needle of the spring balances may be vibrating.3
Arrest gently the vibration and take the reading.4
At the time of over loading, the readings are to be taken quickly.5
Pour water in the brake drum at the time of loading.
Calculate all required quantities and enter in the tabulation. Units are VERY, VERYPORTANT.Draw the necessary graphs. Write the result. Show it to the staff for gettingsignature.
As the name Implies, it is a record: PERMANENT RECORD for reference. Writeneatly; Draw circuit diagrams neatly and label correctly.2
Enter readings in the tabulation.3
UNITS are to be written for various quantities.4
Draw Graph. Complete the record before you come for next lab class.5
Bring the record for submission during next lab class.