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M.E. POWER ELECTRONICS AND DRIVES CURRICULUM 2002 FOR FULL TIME (4 semesters)

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M.E. POWER ELECTRONICS AND DRIVES CURRICULUM 2002 FOR FULL TIME (4 semesters) COURSE CODE SEMESTER I MA 149 CI 131 Applied Mathematics for Electrical Engineers System Theory Analysis of Power Converters Analysis of Inverters Computer Aided Design of Electrical Machines Elective – I 3 1 0 100 3 1 0 100 3 0 0 100 3 0 0 100 3 1 3 0 0 100 0 100 COURSE TITLE L T P M

PX 131 PX 132 EB 131 _______

SEMESTER II CI 143 Digital Signal Processing Solid State DC Drives Solid State AC Drives Micro-Controller Based System Design Elective – II Elective – III Power Electronics Laboratory I 3 0 0 100 3 0 0 100 3 0 0 100 3 3 3 0 0 0 100 0 0 100 0 0 100 0 3 100

PX 141 PX 142 PX 032 _______ _______ PX 133

SEMESTER III _______ _______ _______ PX 233 Elective – IV Elective – V Elective – VI Project – ( Phase I ) 3 0 0 100 3 0 0 100 3 0 0 100 0 0 12 *

E.5 SEMESTER IV PX 233 Project – ( Phase II ) 0 0 24 600
ELECTIVES FOR M.3 * Refer Regulation clause:7. POWER ELECTRONICS AND DRIVES PX 031 PX 033 PX 034 PX 035 PX 036 PX 037 PX 038 EB 031 EB 032 EB 033 CI 034 CI 036 CI 038 PS 035 HV 032 Microprocessor Application in Power Electronics Special Machines And Controllers Advanced Semiconductor devices and their Applications Flexible AC Transmission Systems Computer Network Engineering Special Elective Mini Project Software for Electromagnetic Design Software for Circuit Simulation Software for Control Systems Design Digital Instrumentation Theory and Design of Neuro-Fuzzy Controllers Design of Intelligent Controllers Object Oriented Programming and its Applications to Electrical Engineering High Voltage Direct Current Transmission 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 3 0 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100
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.Calculus of Variations with Applications . New York.A.S..An Introduction ".A. 6. H. (1999). ADVANCED MATRIX THEORY 9 Matrix norms – Jordan canonical form – Generalised eigenvectors – Singular value decomposition – Pseudo inverse – Least square approximations – QR algorithm. John Wiley & Sons (1992).
3.and Hira. " Differential Equations and Calculus of Variations ".D. Ochi. India. S. " Applied Probability and Stochastic Processes ".Chand & Co.Prentice Hall of Delhi.K.4
MA 149 APPLIED MATHEMATICS FOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS 3 1 0 100 1. CALCULUS OF VARIATIONS 9 Variation and its properties – Euler’s equation – Functionals dependent on first and higher order derivatives – Functionals dependent on functions of several independent variables – Some applications – Direct methods: Ritz and Kantorovich methods.K. P.. Bronson. Moscow (1970) Gupta. M. 5. R. RANDOM PROCESSES 9 Classification – Stationary random processes – Auto Correlation – Cross Correlations – Power spectral density – Linear system with random input – Gaussian Process. Lewis. L = 45 T = 0 P = 0 TOTAL = 45 REFERENCES 1. New
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4. Matrix Operations. 4.S. MIR Publishers.W. " Operations research . Schaums outline Series. 7. D.. Chennai 1995. Taha. " Operations Research ". Mac Millan publishing Co. McGraw Hill. DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING 9 Elements of the dynamic programming model – optimality principle – Examples of dynamic programming models and their solutions. LINEAR PROGRAMMING 9 Basic concepts – Graphical and Simplex methods –Transportation problem – Assignment problem. 3...Allied Publishers. (1982). 1999. 2.
. New Delhi. Elsgoltis.Matrix Theory . 1989.

G. McGraw Hill Inc.. DESIGN IN STATE SPACE SYSTEMS 9 State feedback – output feedback – design methods – pole assignment – full order and reduced order observers – deadbeat control – deadbeat observers – introduction to optimal control.”Modern Control Engineering”.1996.PHI.typical examples .Impulse response matrices .Minimal Realisation .Z.chaotic behaviour.1993.steady state and dynamic response Band width .3rd Edition..BIBO and asymptotic stability .Chennai.frequency domain stability criteria Popov's method and its extensions. P.equilibrium points .Poles and Zeros of transfer function matrices -critical frequencies .direct method of Lynapunov -application to non-linear problems .”Automatic Control systems”. Jaico publishers.resonance . 3. 2.
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4.Phase plane analysis . " Probability Random Variables and Random Signal Principles ".5 8.LINEAR SYSTEMS 12 Types of nonlinearity .
CI131 SYSTEMS THEORY 1.”Modern Control Engineering “..J. Need for model reduction .equivalent linearisation -describing functions .State transition matrix and its properties .
5.Wiley.free and forced responses -controllability and observability . Ogatta.Hankel norm model reduction – comparative merits of various methods. STABILITY 9 Stability concepts .kalman decomposition . NON .
3.model reduction via partial realization .Gopal. Peebles Jr.Balanced realization. (1993). L = 45 T = 15 P = 0 TOTAL = 60
2. STATE SPACE DESCRIPTION 9 Review of state model for systems .1997.time moment matching and Pade approximation .
REFERENCES 1. M.aggregation techniques -dominant pole concept .limit cycles .Thaler.
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FREQUENCY DOMAIN DESCRIPTIONS 9 Properties of Transfer functions .

Filter circuits. multiphase chopper. Prentice Hall India. Voltage and current commutated choppers. P..H. John Wiley and sons. 3phase controllers. sequence control of convertersinverter operation. Wheeler publishing Co. New Delhi-1998. Applications and Design ". RLE loads. Dual Converter..C Sen.
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AC TO DC CONVERTERS 20 Single phase and three phase bridge rectifiers. Input harmonics and output ripple." Modern Power Electronics ". 1995.
TEXT BOOKS 1. Analysis with pure R and L loads.
4. inverter limit. 1995. different configurations. Rashid M. First Edition. single-phase bi-directional controllers with R. choice of communication circuit elements.. AC TO AC CONVERTERS 8 Principle of operation. REFERENCE 1. Inc. resonant converters. L and R-L loads. Undeland and Robbins.6
PX131 ANALYSIS OF POWER CONVERTERS 1. Second Edition.. effect of source impedance. effect of source Inductance. smoothing inductance-power factor. L = 45 T = 0 P = 0 TOTAL = 45
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. gating signals-harmonics power factor. half controlled and Fully controlled converters with RL. " Power Electronics-Converters ". AC PHASE CONVERTER 5 Principle of phase control. DC TO DC CONVERTERS 15 Principle of operation. Mohan N. " Power Electronics Circuits. 2. Step down and step up choppers. New Delhi. classification. free wheeling diodes. Devices and Applications ". New York. overlap. single phase and three phase cycloconverters Power circuits.

. New Delhi.Configuration single phase voltage source inverter: half & full bridge Selection of switching frequency & switching device. " Thyristorised Power Controllers ". Forced commutated bridge Inverter: McMurray Inverter. MODERN INVERTERS 10 BJT/IGBT based modem high switching frequency Inverters.
3. Series loaded resonant inverter as example. " Introduction to thyristors & and their application " East-west Press. REFERENCES 1. SCR BASED CLASSICAL INVERTER 10 Series Inverters: Basic Series Inverter.
TEXT BOOK 1. Analysis of single phase and three-phase auto sequential commutated current Source inverter. New Age International Pvt.7
PX132 ANALYSIS OF INVERTERS 1. L = 45 T = 0 P = 0 TOTAL = 45
2. Ramamoorthy. High frequency Series inverter. PWM Inverters: different methodologies Principle of SMPS and UPS. McMurray Bedford Inverter. Need for Output voltage control & Harmonic elimination. Resonant Inverter: ZCS & ZVS concepts.K. G. Ltd. M. Dubey et al.
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INVERTER-GENERIC TOPOLOGY 10 General topology of single phase and three phase voltage source and Current source inverters-Need for feed back diodes in anti-parallel with Switches-multi-quadrant chopper viewed as a single phase inverter.
4. SCR BASED CURRENT SOURCE INVERTERS 10 Current Source bridge inverter. 1996. Three phase Series Inverter-Design examples Parallel Inverter. Modified Series Inverter. 1977..

2. INTRODUCTION Conventional design procedures – Limitations – Need for field analysis based design.R.”Finite for Electrical Engineers” Cambridge University press.1995.J Salon. 1983. 4. PHILOSOPHY OF FEM 10 Mathematical models – Differential/Integral equations – Finite Difference method – Finite element method – Energy minimization – Variational method.
5.”Finite Element Analysis of Electrical Machines.P Silvester. Silvester and Ferrari. CAD PACKAGES 10 Elements of a CAD System –Pre-processing – Modelling – Meshing – Material propertiesBoundary Conditions – Setting up solution – Post processing. New York.”Kluwer Academic Publishers.2D field problems – Discretisation – Shape functions – Stiffness matrix – Solution techniques. 3.”Power Electronics:converters. Analysis and Design of Electromagnetic Devices. Computer – Aided.Inc.
REFERENCE 1.Lowther and P.Hoole.Application and design”John Wiley and sons. D.A. DESIGN APPLICATIONS 10 Design of Solenoid Actuator – Induction Motor – Switched Reluctance Motor – Synchronous Machines. S.Undeland and Robbin.
4. Springer verlag. 5
MATHEMATICAL FORMULATION OF FIELD PROBLEMS 10 Development of torque/force – Electromagnetic Field Equations – Magnetic Vector/Scalar potential – Electrical vector /Scalar potential – Stored energy in field problems – InductanceLaplace and Poisson’s Equations – Energy functional . 1995.8 2. 1956.H. New York. London. Elsevier. L = 45 T = 0 P = 0 TOTAL = 45
3. 1989. 2. London.Newyork. Computer Aided Design in Magnetics. Ned Mohan.
. Amsterdam.Principle of energy conversion. S.
EB 131 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL MACHINES 3 1 0 100 1.

Academic Press INC.sampling. V and Ronals W. EFFECTS OF FINITE REGISTER LENGTH IN DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING 5 Introduction-Effects of coefficient of Quantization-Quantization in Sampling Analog Signals-Finite Register Length effects in realizations of Digital Filters. " An Introduction to digital processing ". 1989.W.
3..”An Introduction to computer Aided Electromagnetic Analysis”. 2.lattice structure. " Digital Signal Processing ". Structures for discrete time system-direct. C. Schafer. vector field ltd. THE DISCRETE FOURIER TRANSFORM 17 Representation of Periodic Sequences-the Discrete Fourier Series-Properties of the discrete Fourier series . L = 45 T = 0 P = 0 TOTAL = 45
2. 1989.
CI143 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING 1.
REFERENCES 1.-Two-dimensional discrete Fourier Transform-spectral analysis-time. frequency analysis of signals. Douglas F. " Handbook of Digital Signal Processing . Publishers.
. John-H Karl.
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REVIEW OF DISCRETE TIME SYSTEMS 7 Discrete time Signals-Sequences-Stability and Causality-Frequency domain Representation of Discrete time systems and signals-Two-dimensional Sequences and Systems-ZTransform-Z-Transform Theorems and Properties-Two-dimensional Z-Transform.
4.9 5. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.Engineering Applications ". MAXWELL & ANSYS. Alan Oppenheim. King. Robert. 1987. Elliot. Prentice Hall of India Pvt.Ltd. 3.Throwbridge. New Delhi. cascade and parallel forms. Academic Press.Z-transform-discrete Fourier transform-properties of discrete Fourier Transform-Linear Convolution-Decimation-in-Time and Decimation-in-FrequencyFFT Algorithms. User Manuals of MAGNET. DIGITAL FILTER DESIGN TECHNIQUES 16 Introduction-Design of IIR Digital Filters from Analog Filters-Analog-Digital Transformation-Properties of FIR Digital Filters-Design of FIR Filters Using Windows-A comparison of IIR and FIR Digital Filters. 6.Software. discrete Fourier Transform Computations.

PX141 SOLID STATE DC DRIVES 1.
. Design and applications Plenum Press 1989. Fuzzy. effect of saturation in series motors CLC and TRC strategies. 1999.
TEXT BOOK 1. INTELLIGENT CONTROLLER FOR DC DRIVE 9 Microcomputer implementation of control function. 1992. V. Problems on DC machines fed by converter supplies CLC and TRC strategies. armature current reversal.. Inching and jogging. K.Bellanger.10 4. Models and transfer function of series and Separately excited DC motor.
3. New Delhi.Schierau. Ralph Chasseing " Digital Signal Processing Laboratory Experiments using C & TMS320 C31". Neuro.and Staughen. Springer-Verlag. 1990. 7. A. John Wiley and Sons. Robert.Oppenheim and Ronald W.c Drives ".Ltd. Buxbaum. " Digital filtering in one and two dimensions " . John Wiley and Sons. berlin. CHOPPER CONTROL OF DC MOTORS 9 Analysis of series and separately excited DC motors fed from different Choppers. Fuzzy neuro controllers. CONVERTER CONTROL OF DC MOTORS 9 Analysis of series and separately excited DC motor with single phase and Three phase converters operating in different modes and configurations.
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REVIEW OF CONVENTIONAL DC DRIVES 9 Different techniques of speed control and methods of braking of series and Methods of braking of series and separately excited DC motor. " Discrete time signal processing ". Prentice Hall of India Pvt.
4. Digital controller and firing circuits.
5. King. M. L = 45 T = 0 P = 0 TOTAL = 45
2. simulation. " Digital Processing of Signals " . 5. DESIGN OF CONVERTER FED DC DRIVES 9 Speed loop. Schafer. 2000. 6. Ward-Leonard Speed control. "A Design of control System for d. current loop. field current reversal: Inching.

STATOR FREQUENCY CONTROL 12 Operation of induction motor with non-sinusoidal supply waveforms.1999. Nov.K Bose. ROTOR RESISTANCE CONTROL 8 Torque. fuzzy logic and logic and neural network applications in power electronics and motion control. M.Thyagarajan. T. Expert System. Constant flux operation. Dynamic and regenerative braking of CSI and VSI fed drives. "Electric Drives -Concepts and Applications ". Ltd. 2. performance. Closed loop control. P. Division of Power Electronic and drive. proceedings of IEEE. 1989. brushless dc Drive. Combined stator voltage control and rotor resistance control. Sen. Principle of vector control. Torque Equations. Variable frequency operation of 3-phase induction motors. 3. 5. 4. Ph. Prentice Hall I international. "Power Semiconductor Controlled Drives ". V.K.Senthil Kumar.
4. New Delhi. Types of rotor choppers. Anna University. B. Current fed operations. Slip characteristics. G. New Jersey.
3. Speed reversal. PP. Torque-slip characteristics-power factor considerations. slip characteristics.. 1981. Subharamanyam V.C.
PX142 SOLID STATE AC DRIVES 1. Sub-synchronous operation and closed loop control. August 1994. TRC Strategy.
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STATOR VOLTAGE CONTROL OF INDUCTION MOTOR 8 Torque. comparison of different ac power controllers. REFERENCES 1.C Drives ". Dec' 2000. Operation with different types of loads.11 2. Anna University.d Thesis. John Wiley & Sons.E Thesis.1303. New York. special issue on Power Electronics and motion control. Investigations on intelligent control strategies for air heating systems.
5. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR DRIVES 9
2. Dubey. "Thyristor D. Constant torque operations. SLIP POWER RECOVERY SCHEME 8 Torque equation. 1994. Investigation on intelligent control strategies for permanent magnet.
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1984. Cambridge University Press.
4. S. Turnbull. Dewan.
.N. Cambridge.output ports-I/O control and status registers.G. REFERENCES 1.R. L = 45 T = 0 P = 0 TOTAL = 45
TEXT BOOKS 1. 1988. Pergamon Press. 1989. INPUT/OUTPUT PORTS 9 High Speed inputs: Modes .
2. Sheperd. 1987. W.B Slemon. F. " Power Semiconductor controlled drives ".K. " Power Electronics and motor control ". interrupt and status-High Speed outputs: HSO CAM-Software timers-input ports . REAL TIME CONTROL 9 8086 interrupt structure-interrupt control priorities-critical Region-Programmable timersinterrupt density and interval constraints-Real time clock. 2.
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PROGRAMMING FRAME WORK 9 8096 CPU Structure-Register file-Assembly language -Addressing mode-Instruction setsimple programs. G. 8096 EXPANSION METHODS 9 Bus control-Memory timing-external RAM and ROM expansion-PWM control-A/D interface -serial port. 2. Dubey. " Power semiconductor drives ". John Wiley and Sons. Oxford. L. New York.
PX032 MICRO-CONTROLLER BASED SYSTEM DESIGN 1. and Hully. A. International New Jersy. G. Prentice Hall.M. Straughen.D. J. Murphy.12 Need for leading pf operation-open loop VSI fed drive and its characteristics-Self controltorque angle control-Power factor control Brushless excitation systems-Starting methodsPrinciples of Vector control.
3. " Thyristor control of AC motors ".

A Comprehensive guide to effective hardware design.
PX 133 POWER ELECTRONICS LABORATORY . 1989. Singapore.controllers ". L = 45 T = 0 P = 0 TOTAL = 45 TEXT BOOK 1. 1991. 8. Mc Murray – Bedford inverter. 5. Cycloconverter.13 5. 4. Peatman. " Design with micro . Prentice Hall. Intel manual on 16 bit embedded controllers. Santa Clara.
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PX 233 PROJECT WORK (PHASE –I) *Refer Regulation clause: 7. 9.5 PX 233 PROJECT WORK (PHASE-II)
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. Tables and Strings-State machine-key switch parsing-application of 8096 controller to generate gating signal for converter and inverters. " Microprocessor based design ". Speed control of DC Shunt motor. Speed control of PWM inverter fed three–phase induction motor. Series inverter. SOFTWARE BLOCKS AND APPLICATION 9 Queues. Michael Slater. 2. 3. REFERENCES 1. 2. 6. AC voltage controller. Voltage commutated chopper. Microprocessor based firing scheme for three–phase converter. 1989. New Jersey.I LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1. Mc-Graw Hill International Ltd. John B. Current commutated chopper. 7.

1991.
.S. L = 45 T = 0 P = 0 TOTAL = 45 REFERENCES 1. 8155 and other important interfacing ICs. current. D.V. Application in Electrical Traction. Prepared by Power Electronics division. Induction furnace control. MICROPROCESSORS IN CLOSED LOOP CONTROL SCHEMES 9 Importance of measurement and sensing in closed loop control. Hall. A/D and D/A converters.1986. Inverters. R. speed. synchronous motors and other special machines. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company. Gaonkar. Using microprocessors.
2. Chennai. SEEE. 3. Implementation of various types of controllers using microprocessors. MICROPROCESSORS IN SPECIAL APPLICATIONS OF POWER ELECTRONICS 7 Static excitation of synchronous generators. Lecture notes on " Microprocessor in power Electronics "..
4. UPS systems. types of pulse width modulation techniques. voltage and current communication. " Microprocessor Architecture ". " Microprocessors and Interfacing ". Solid State tap-changers for transformers. their implementation. REVIEW OF MICROPROCESSORS 6 Architecture and Programming of 8085 and 8086. Firing at variable frequency environments. Firing scheme for DC choppers. power and power factor using microprocessors. 8255. Application of these firing schemes to the control of DC drive. New Delhi. Interfacing of 8253. New Delhi.14
LIST OF ELECTIVES PX031 MICROPROCESSOR APPLICATION IN POWER ELECTRONICS 3 0 0 100 1. College of Engineering. MICROPROCESSOR BASED FIRING SCHEME FOR CONVERTERS 23 Firing schemes for single phase and three phase rectifiers-3-phase AC choppers. induction motors. 3. 2. Measurement of voltage. Programming and Application with 8080/8085 " Wiley Eastern Limited.

Torque and emf equation. PERMANENT MAGNET SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS 10 Principle of operation. " Brushless permanent magnet and reluctance motor drives ". Characteristics and control Microprocessors based controller. Drive systems and circuit for open loop control. Phasor diagram. Optical sensors. principle of operation.
TEXT BOOKS 1. Oxford. Clarendon Press. " Stepping motors and their microprocessor control ". Power controllers.
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STEPPING MOTORS 10 Constructional features. Torque equation. PERMANENT MAGNET BRUSHLESS DC MOTORS 15 Commutation in DC motors. Kenjo. Miller. Difference between mechanical and electronic commutators. Hall sensors. 1989. S " Permanent Magnet and brushless DC motors ".
3. Closed loop control of stepping motor. T and Naganori. modes of excitation torque production in Variable Reluctance(VR) stepping motor. 1989. EMF.15
PX033 SPECIAL MACHINES AND CONTROLLERS 1. Self control. principle of operation. Vector control. SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MOTORS 10 Constructional features.
. Multiphase Brushless motor. T. T. Clarendon Press. Power controllers. 3.E. Torque-speed characteristics. Clarendon Press. Current control schemes. ControllersMicroprocessors based controller. Kenjo.J. Oxford. Dynamic characteristics. power input and torque expressions. Oxford. 2. Square wave permanent magnet brushless motor drives.
4. Torque speed characteristics. 1989. L = 45 T = 0 P = 0 TOTAL = 45
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Pergamon Press. GTOs IGBTs. Kassakian. Comparison of these as switching devices. V-I characteristics. choppers. IGBTs AND POWER MOSFETs 9 Basic structure. POWER DIODES AND BJTs 9 Basic V-I characteristics of power diodes.G.M. Net al. Rashid M. 1995. F.
5. Newyork. Thermal characteristics.. et al.
4. Addision Wesley Publishing Co. John Wiley and Sons. J. Schottky diode. and Turnbull. Device operation. Drive circuits and protection.16
PX034 1. Application and Design ". Mohan. " Power Electronics Circuits. Murphy. switching characteristics . Oxford. 1991. Gating characteristics and protection.D. L = 45 T = 0 TOTAL = 45
2. J. Diodes. " Power Electronics: Converters.G " Power Electronics Control of AC Motors ".H. Inverters using GTOs-IGBTs and power MOSFETs-application of power diodes.. PrenticeHall India. Drive and Protection circuit for these devices. 1995. " Principles of Power Electronics ".
TEXT BOOKS 1. THYRISTORS AND GTOs 9 V-I characteristics of thyristors and GTOs. Snubber design-Switching characteristics of BJTs. Switching characteristics. New Delhi.
ADVANCED SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES AND THEIR APPLICATIONS
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OVERVIEW OF POWER SEMICONDUCTOR SWITCHES 9 Introduction. BJTs. thyristors. 2. safe operating area. APPLICATIONS 13 Single phase rectifiers and three phase rectifiers. 1988. Design of drive circuits for BJTs. MOSFETs.
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. physics of device operation. Devices and Applications ". REFERENCES 1. 3.

satured reactor (SR) . IEEE Power Engineering Review. Juan J. IEEE Spectrum. no. " Concepts for design of FACTS Controllers to damp power swings ". IEEE Trans On Power Systems.17
PX035 1. torsional torque. Torsional interaction.
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FLEXIBLE AC TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS
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INTRODUCTION 9 FACTS-a toolkit.2. Non-linear variable-structure control.Hingorani. No. variable structure resistor control. Basic concepts of Static VAR compensator. Proc. Einar V. Implementation of power flow control using conventional thyristors. Static condenser.
4. ASC. 4.10. Unified power flow concept..
. DESIGN OF FACTS CONTROLLERS 9 Approximate multi-model decomposition. Variable structure FACTS controllers for Power system transient stability.4.76. and other controllers. Thyristor controlled series capacitor. UNIFIED POWER FLOW CONTROL 9 Introduction. " Power Electronics in Electric Utilities : Role of Power Electronics in future power systems ". NGH damping schemes. April 1993. Resonance damper. Thyristor switched capacitor(TSC). Gyugyi L. Modelling and control of thyristor controlled series compensators.Larsen. variable structure series capacitor control. IEEE ProcC Vol. Narin G.
REFERENCES 1. Phase angle regulator.Hingorani. Narin G. Compensation of conventional. Hingorani. Joe H. Sanchez-Gasca. SERIES COMPENSATION SCHEMES 9 Sub-Synchronous resonance. " Flexible AC Transmission ". " Unified power flow control concept for flexible AC transmission ". STATIC VAR COMPENSATION 9 Basic concepts. pp 40-45. 1998. April 1988. Vol. of IEEE. Thyristor controlled reactor (TCR).Chow. Implementation of unified power flow controller. July 1992. No. 5. 2.139. Thyristors switched reactor(TSR). " High Power Electronics and Flexible AC Transmission Systems ". Narin G. Vol. and fixed capacitor (FC) L = 45 T = 0 TOTAL = 45
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USA. Andrew Tannenbaum S. Computer Society. Uylers Black. 3rd Edition. NETWORK ACCESS PROTOCOL & INTERNETWORKING 9 Circuit Switched Network Access-Packet Switched Network Access-Broadcast Network Access-Principle of Internetworking-Bridges. Prentice Hall of India. L = 45 T = 0 TOTAL = 45
2. 2. McGraw Hill. 1995.III: Client Server Programming and application ".
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REFERENCES 1. PRESENTATION/APPLICATION PROTOCOLS 9 File Transfer Protocols-World Wide Web-Electronic Mail-Overview of ISDN-ISDN Protocols. " Data and Computer Communication ". 1988. NETWORK MANAGEMENT 8 Architecture of network management-Fault management-Congestion Control AlgorithmsSecurity Management. Maxwell and Macmillan. 1987. TRANSPORT PROTOCOL & ROUTING TECHNIQUES 9 Transport Service protocol Mechanisms-Network Service-Transport standards-Internet Transport protocols-Wireless UDP-Overview of routing techniques.Bus/Tree topology-Ring topology-medium access protocols -Details of IEEE 802 standards.
TEXT BOOKS 1. Protocols and Standards ". " Computer Networks ". 75-internet protocols-ISO Internet protocol standard. Standards.
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PROTOCOLS AND ARCHITECTURES 10 Protocols-layered approach-OSI model-DoD model-Hierarchical Approach-Local Network Technology.18
PX036 COMPUTER NETWORK ENGINEERING 1.. 1992.. Data and Computer Communication: Architectures. 1994.
4.S. 1997. Commer and Stevens. Prentice Hall . 2. " Network Management ". IEEE. Stallings. Gateways-X. Protocols and Standards. " Internetworking with TCP/IP Vol. Kernel Texpian A. 3. " Communication Network Management ". Prentice Hall.
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Ansoft Corporation. MAXWELL 2D modeling – Grouping objects – Material characteristics – Boundary conditions – Problem editing – Solution – Mesh refinement . Magnet user Manual . Maxwell user Manual .
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EB 031 SOFTWARE FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC DESIGN 1.
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INTRODUCTION Review of EM theory – FEA formulation – Organisation of CAD packages – Finite element analysis – 2D Modelling – Translational and rotational symmetry – Boundary conditions – Material property modeling.Post processing – Parametric analysis – Electromechanical System Simulation (EMSS) – Analysis of solenoid actuator – Switched Reluctance motor – 3D analysis of Claw – Pole Alternator. Infolytica Corporation. ANSYS 2D modeling – Element types – Mesh refinement – setting up problem – Post processing – case studies – Analysis of solenoid actuator – Thermal analysis of fuse element – model analysis of SR motor – 3D analysis of claw – Pole Alternator. 3. 2.Analysis of SR motor – Induction motor – Interfacing with circuit simulation packages – Static and Harmonic fields. MAGNET 2D Modelling – Meshing – Material characteristics – Boundary conditions – problem editing – Solution – Post processing – case studies . L = 30 T = 0 P = 45
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EB 032 SOFTWARE FOR CIRCUIT SIMULATION 1.
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REFERENCES 1. Saber user manual. 4.. 2.Computer aided analysis of power electronic systems’-Marcell – Dekker Inc. MOSFET and its model – Amplifiers and Oscillators – Non linear devices. ADVANCED TECHNIQUES IN SIMULATION Analysis of power electronic systems in a sequential manner coupled and decoupled systems – Various algorithms for computing steady state solution in power electronic systems – Future trends in computer simulation.
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INTRODUCTION Importance of simulation – General purpose circuit analysis – programs – Methods of analysis of power electronics systems – Review of modeling of power electronic components and systems. 3.
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EB 033 SOFTWARE FOR CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN: 1.1997. MATHCAD user guide.
2. MAPLE Introduction – symbolic programming – Programming constructs – Data structure computation with formulae – Procedures – Numerical Programming. 6.
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INTRODUCTION Review of solution of differential equations – Optimation techniques – Controller design – Software packages for control system design. 5.Ogatta .Import and Export of data – Programs for solution of state equations – Controller design – Limitations.”Modern Control Engineering”.PHI.1998.Addison Wesley. 3. MATLAB Introduction – function description – Data types – Tool boxes – Graphical Displays . SIMULINK Introduction – Graphical user interface – Starting – Selection of objects – Blocks – Lines simulation – Application programs – Limitations.

and time of card and Digital Equipment construction with modular designing. DIGITAL METHODS OF MEASUREMENTS 15 Review of A/D. 4. CURRENT TRENDS IN DIGITAL INSTRUMENTATION 8 Introduction to special function add on cards – resistance card – input and output cards – counter. RF network analyzer. Colour Monitor. John Lenk. Digital Signal Analyser. DIGITAL DISPLAY & RECORDING DEVICES 8 Digital storage oscilloscopes – digital printers and plotters – CDROMS – digital magnetic tapes.1984.
4.PH .D. Hidden errors in conventional ac measurements – RMS detector in digital multimeters – mathematical aspects of RMS.
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INTRODUCTION 8 Digital codes – memory devices – basic building blocks – gates. 2. filters. 3. period and time measurements – low frequency measurements – automatic time and frequency scaling –sources of errornoise. Product catalogue . Doebelin . micro.1996
.1990. Bouwens . FF and counters – discrete data handling – sampling – sampling theorem – aliasing errors – reconstruction – extrapolation – synchronous and asynchronous sampling. D/A techniques – F/V and V/F conversion techniques – digital voltmeters and multimeters – automation and accuracy of digital voltmeters and multimeters – digital phase meters – digital techno meters – digital frequency. dot matrix and LCD display CROs.inherent errors in digital meters.1984. interface to microprocessor. transmitter.
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