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M. TECH. COURSE POWER ELECTRONICS
(From Academic Year 20092010)
JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY KAKINADA533 003
COURSE STRUCTURE
Hrs/Week Name of the subject Lecture Tutorial Practical Theory I Semester 1.Electrical Machine Modeling and Analysis 2. Analysis of Power Electronic Converters 3. Power Electronic Control of DC Drives 4. Microcontrollers & Applications 5. ElectiveI 6. ElectiveII 7. Power Electronic Systems Simulation Lab 100 4 8 40 60 Practical Credits Internal External Total Evaluation (marks)
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ElectiveI i. Modern Control Theory ii. Power Semiconductor Devices & Protection ElectiveII i. Special Machines and controls ii. Renewable Energy sources
Energy Auditing.ElectiveIV 7.Switched Mode Power Conversion 2.Digital Signal Processing and Applications 4 8 40 60 100 5. Intelligent Control ElectiveIV i. ElectiveIII 6. Power Quality Management ii.Flexible AC Transmission Systems 4 8 40 60 100 4.Power Electronics and Drives Lab 4 4   3 8 8 4 40 40 40 60 60  60 100 100 100 ElectiveIII i.Power Electronics Control of AC Drives 4 8 40 60 100 4 8 40 60 100 3. Conservation and Management .COURSE STRUCTURE Name of the subject Lecture Hrs/Week Tutorial Practical Credits Internal Evaluation (marks) External Theory Practical Total II Semester 1. Digital Control Systems ii.
current and Torque equations.single phase induction motor .e. Unit VII: Modeling of Synchronous Machine Synchronous machine inductances –voltage equations in the rotor’s dq0 reference frameelectromagnetic torquecurrent in terms of flux linkagessimulation of three phase synchronous machine.Transformation to obtain constant matricesthree phase to two phase transformationPower equivalenceUnit IV: Dynamic modeling of three phase Induction Machine Generalized model in arbitrary reference frameElectromagnetic torqueDerivation of commonly used Induction machine models.I Semester ELECTRICAL MACHINE MODELING AND ANALYSIS Unit I: Basic concepts of Modeling Basic Twopole Machine representation of Commutator machines.w. Kron’s primitive Machinevoltage. Equal area criteria. threephase fault. Tech. comparison of actual and approximate transient torque characteristics. Shunt motorLinearization Techniques for small perturbations Unit III: Reference frame theory Real time model of a two phase induction machine.Cross field theory of singlephase induction machine.modeling of PM Synchronous motor. Unit VI: Symmetrical and Unsymmetrical 2 phase Induction Machine Analysis of symmetrical 2 phase induction machinevoltage and torque equations for unsymmetrical 2 phase induction machinevoltage and torque equations in stationary reference frame variables for unsymmetrical 2 phase induction machineanalysis of steady state operation of unsymmetrical 2 phase induction machine.C Series motor.Stator reference frame modelRotor reference frame modelSynchronously rotating reference frame modelEquations in flux linkagesper unit modelDynamic Simulation Unit V: Small Signal Modeling of Three Phase Induction Machine Small signal equations of Induction machinederivationDQ flux linkage model derivationcontrol principle of Induction machine. 3phase synchronous machine with and without damper bars and 3phase induction machine. Unit VIII: Dynamic Analysis of Synchronous Machine Dynamic performance of synchronous machine. .C MotorMathematical model of D. Unit II: DC Machine Modeling Mathematical model of separately excited D.C motor – Steady State analysisTransient State analysisSudden application of Inertia LoadTransfer function of Separately excited D.f 20092010 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY: KAKINADA DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (POWER ELECTRONICS) M.
numerical problems UnitV Power Factor Correction Converters Singlephase single stage boost power factor corrected rectifier. Tech.VIII) 3.sinusoidal PWM – modified PWM – phase displacement Control – Trapezoidal. Electric Motor Drives . IV.BimbraKhanna publications5th edition1995( For chapter I. stepped.e. Generalized Theory of Electrical Machines – P. resistive –inductive loadsEffects of source and load inductances–Application. power circuit principle of operation. harmonic injection and delta modulation – numerical problems Unit VII: Three Phase PWM Inverters Voltage Control of ThreePhase Inverters. Scott D.numerical problems UnitII Three Phase AC Voltage Controllers Three Phase AC Voltage controllersAnalysis of Controllers with star and delta connected resistive. staircase. VII.f 20092010 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY: KAKINADA DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (POWER ELECTRONICS) M.Sudhoff – Second EditionIEEE Press ( for Chapters VI.Sinusoidal PWM. three phase boost PFC converter Unit –VI Single phase PWM Inverters Principle of operationVoltage control of single phase inverters .Krause. Oleg Wasynczuk.Comparison of PWM Techniquescurrent source invertersVariable dc link inverter numerical problems . Unit –III Single phase acdc converters Single phase Half controlled and Fully controlled Converters with RL load– Evaluation of input power factor and harmonic factorContinuous and Discontinuous load currentPower factor improvementsExtinction angle controlsymmetrical angle controlPWM single phase sinusoidal PWMSingle phase series converters.Space Vector Modulation.numerical problems UnitIV Three Phase acdc Converters Three Phase acdc Converters.Third Harmonic PWM.600 PWM.Reference Books: 1. Analysis& control R. and steady state. Dynamic simulation of Electric machinery using Matlab / Simulink –Chee Mun OngPrentice Hall w.numerical problems.Analysis of Electrical Machinery and Drive systems – P.S.I Semester ANALYSIS OF POWER ELECTRONICS CONVERTERS UnitI Single Phase AC voltage Controllers Single Phase AC Voltage Controllers with RL and RLE loadsac voltage controller’s with PWM controlEffects of source and load inductances –synchronous tap changers –Application.Half controlled and fully controlled Converters with RL load– Evaluation of input power factor and harmonic factorContinuous and Discontinuous load currentthree phase dual convertersPower factor improvementsthree phase PWMtwelve pulse converters.II) 4.Pearson Publications1st edition 2002 (For chapter III.Modeling. V) 2.analysis.Krishnan.C.
Rashid –Pearson Education Third Edition.Principle of Operation. UnitVI:Chopper controlled DC motor drives Principle of operation of the chopper – Four quadrant chopper circuit – Chopper for inversion – Chopper with other power devices – model of the chopper –input to the chopper – Steady state analysis of chopper controlled DC motor drives – rating of the devices. Features of DiodeClamped Inverter.Unit VIII: Multi level inverters Introduction.I Semester POWER ELECTRONIC CONTROL OF DC DRIVES UnitI Speed Torque characteristics of DC Motors Separately excited DC motors.Comparisons of Multilevel Converters Textbooks 1.Principle of Operation. Tore M. shunt capacitor compensation.VII:Closed loop control of chopper fed DC motor Drives Speed controlled drive system – current control loop – pulse width modulated current controller – hysteresis current controller – modeling of current controller – design of current controller .Features of Multilevel Inverters. Unit.Switching Device CurrentsDCLink Capacitor Voltage Balancing.Closed loop Transfer function of DC Motor drive – PhaseLocked loop control. series motor and compound motor UnitII: Controlled Bridge Rectifier (1Ф) with DC Motor Load Separately excited DC motors with rectified single phase supply.Robbins –John Wiley & Sons 2nd Edition.Cascaded Multilevel Inverter. Tech.FlyingCapacitors Multilevel Inverter.2008 2.Features of Cascaded Inverter.Ned Mohan.DiodeClamped Multilevel Inverter. Shunt motor.First Indian Reprint.e. resistive load and ideal supply – Highly inductive load and ideal supply for load side and supply side quantities. UnitV: Closed loop control of phase controlled DC motor Drives Open loop Transfer function of DC Motor drive. three phase controlled bridge rectifier inverter. w. Multilevel Concept. Power ElectronicsMd. Features of FlyingCapacitors Inverter.single phase semi converter and single phase full converter for continuous and discontinuous modes of operation – power and power factor. Improved DiodeClamped Inverter.H. Principle of Operation. Power Electronics. Types of Multilevel Inverters.Undelan and William P.f 20092010 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY: KAKINADA DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (POWER ELECTRONICS) M. UnitIII: Controlled Bridge Rectifier (3Ф) with DC Motor Load Three phase semi converter and three phase full converter for continuous and discontinuous modes of operation – power and power factor – Addition of Free wheeling diode – Three phase double converter. UnitIV: Three phase naturally commutated bridge circuit as a rectifier or as an inverter Three phase controlled bridge rectifier with passive load impedance.
PIC 16F8XX Flash Microcontrollers . Power Electronic Circuits. FSR(File Selection Register) [Indirect Data Memory Address Pointer]. PIC 16C71 AnalogtoDigital Converter (ADC) Unit. 8051 Instructions and Simple Programs. PIC PIC 16C6X/7X Instructions.Sine Wave Generation. Rashid – PHI. w. 5.Frequency Counter Unit. Memory Organization Unit II: MCS51 Addressing Modes and Instructions 8051 Addressing Modes.e. Pin Description of 89C51 and 89C2051. REFERENCES 1. Liang – II Edition.Pulse Generation. Timer/Counters and Serial Communication Interrupts. 8051 Pin Description. Power Semiconductor drives – G.Pulse Width Measurement. Analysis and Control – R. Using Stack Pointer. Prentice Hall India. Electric Motor Drives Modeling. PIC Microcontrollers PIC Microcontrollers: Overview and Features.VI. K. Devices and Applications – M. Registers in MCS51. Dubey. Atmel Microcontrollers (89CXX and 89C20XX). 8051 Parallel I/O Ports. Architectural Overview of Atmel 89C51 and Atmel 89C2051. MCS51 Instruction Set. PIC Memory Organizations. 4. 8051 Connections.Pulse Width Modulation. PIC 16C61/71 Timers. Using Flash Memory Devices Atmel 89CXX and 89C20XX UnitIV: Applications of MCS51 and Atmel 89C51 and 89C2051 Microcontrollers Applications of MCS51 and Atmel 89C51 and 89C2051 Microcontrollers.I Semester MICROCONTROLLERS AND APPLICATIONS UnitI: 8051 Microcontrollers Introduction to Intel 8 bit & 16 bit Microcontrollers. Dubey – Narosa Publications – 1995. 3.Staircase Ramp Generation. PIC Reset Actions. Serial Communication. Timers and Counters. Software Simulators of 8051 UnitIII: MCS51 Interrupts. Tech.f 20092010 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY: KAKINADA DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (POWER ELECTRONICS) M. MCS51 Architecture. PIC 16C6X/7X. H. K. Interrupts in MCS51.UnitVIII:Simulation of DC motor Drives Dynamic simulations of the speed controlled DC motor drives – Speed feedback speed controller – command current generator – current controller. 8051 Assembly Language Programming. I/O Ports. Fundamentals of Electric Drives – G. PIC Oscillator Connections. Cambridge University Press 2. Development Systems and Tools.V.Square Wave GenerationRectangular Waves. Addressing Modes. Interrupts in PIC 16C61/71. Power Electronics and Motor Control – Shepherd. Hulley. Krishnan.
Thomson publishers 3 Microprocessor and Microcontrollers by Prof C. Push Buttons. Microcontrollers by Kennith J ayala. Vectors and Vector Spaces – Linear combinations and Bases – Linear Transformations and Matrices – Scalar Product and Norms – Eigen values.General concept of Observability Controllability tests for Continuous – Time Invariant systems .Observability tests for Continuous . Keyboard Interfacing.Measurement Applications. Tech. Power Control Register (PCON). OPTION_REG Register.Singular Points – Introduction to Linearization of nonlinear systems. McGraw Hills 2. Relays and Latch Connections.Introduction. Interrupts in 16F877.Stability analysis of Non – Linear systems through describing functions Unit – V Non Linear Systems – 11 .Time Invariant systems Controllability and Observability of state model in Jordan Canonical form .VIII: Industrial Applications of Microcontrollers . MicrocontrollersTheory and Applications by Ajay V Deshmukh.Sarma w. Pin Diagram of 16F8XX. Interfacing 7Segment Displays. PIC 16F8XX Program Memory. properties of Non Linear Systems – Describing function – describing function analysis of nonlinear systems.R.Controllability and Observability Canonical forms of State model Unit – IV Non Linear Systems – 1 Introduction – Non Linear Systems – Types of Non – Linearities – Saturation – Dead – Zone – Backlash – Jump Phenomenon etc.e. Automation and Control Applications Reference books: 1. LCD Interfacing. ADC AND DAC Interfacing with 89C51 Microcontrollers Unit. Eigen Vectors and a Canonical form representation of Linear operators – The concept of state – State Equations for Dynamic systems – Time invariance and Linearity – Nonuniqueness of state model – State diagrams for Continuous – Time state models Unit – II State Variable Analysis Linear Continuous time model for physical systems – Existence and Uniqueness of Solutions to Continuous – Time State Equations – Solutions – Linear Time Invariant Continuous – Time State Equations – State transition matrix and it’s properties Unit – III Controllability and Observability General concept of Controllability . Timers Unit. PIC 16F8XX Data Memory. . DATA EEPROM and Flash Program EEPROM.f 20092010 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY: KAKINADA DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (POWER ELECTRONICS) M.VII: Interfacing and Microcontroller ApplicationsLight Emitting Diodes (LEDs). STATUS Register. I/O Ports.I Semester MODERN CONTROL THEORY (ElectiveI) Unit –I Mathematical Preliminaries Fields.
Comparison of all the above devices with reference to power handling capability. UnitIII: Power Transistors: Device structure and iv characteristics. ON/OFF transition loss analysis. ON/OFF transition loss analysis. ON to OFF and OFF to ON state transitions.f 20092010 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY: KAKINADA DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (POWER ELECTRONICS) M. iv characteristics of ideal and real switching devices. phase – plane analysis of nonlinear control systems.VI Stability Analysis Stability in the sense of Lyapunov. driver circuit. frequency of operation. fast recovery diodes. driver circuit. switching characteristics. UnitIV: Power MOSFETs: Device structure and iv characteristics. Unit . ratings & specifications. reverse recovery. . ratings & specifications. switching characteristics. ratings & specifications. ON/OFF transition loss analysis. Unit – VII State Feedback Controllers And Observers State Feedback Controller design through Pole Assignment – state observers: Full order and Reduced order Unit – VIII Optimal Control Introduction to optimal control – Formulation of optimal control problems – calculus of variations – fundamental concepts. Modern Control System Theory by M. switching characteristics.I Semester POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES & PROTECTION (Elective.I) Unit I: Overview of Power Switching Devices: Introduction to power switching devices. classification of various diodes: Schotky diode. Modern Control Engineering by Ogata. Method of Isoclines for Constructing Trajectories.emerging power switching devices. K – Prentice Hall – 1997 3. Lyapunov’s stability and Lyapunov’s instability the orems – Stability Analysis of the Linear Continuous time invariant systems by Lyapunov second method – Generation of Lyapunov functions – Variable gradient method – Krasooviski’s method. ON to OFF and OFF to ON state transitions. UnitII: Power Diodes: Device structure and iv characteristics. . Gopal – New Age International – 1984 2.e. variation of functional – fundamental theorem of theorem of Calculus of variations – boundary conditions – constrained minimization – formulation using Hamiltonian method – Linear quadratic regulator Reference books: 1. ON to OFF and OFF to ON state transitions. functional.. singular points. Optimal control by Kirck w. ratings & specifications. Tech. line frequency diodes. controlled and uncontrolled devices. UnitV: IGBT: Device structure and iv characteristics. switching characteristics. driver circuit.Introduction to phase – plane analysis. classification of devices.
design of snubbers for power devices. Unit V: Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors Principle of operation. Drive systems and circuit for open loop control. UnitVII: Thermal Management: Conduction and transition losses computation. Torquespeed characteristics. Optical sensors.B. Phasor diagram. . RashidPHI2. H. steadystate temperature rise.f 20092010 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY: KAKINADA DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (POWER ELECTRONICS) M. Unit IV: Permanent Magnet Brushless DC Motors Commutation in DC motors. EMF. Self control. electrical equivalent circuit of thermal model. closed loop control of stepping motor. thermal model of the device. safe operating area. W. Unit III: Switched Reluctance Motors Constructional features. Text book 1. Torque equation.e. Multiphase Brushless motor. Difference between mechanical and electronic commutators. Power Electronics Circuits. di/dt and dv/dt. Characteristics. Drive Concept. Umanand w. UnitVIII: Passive Components: Magnetic circuit. Power Controllers. Power Electronics Circuits. sizing of the heat sink. Applications and Design – Mohan and UndelandJohn Wiley & Sons 3. power input and torque expressions. Vector control. Control Techniques. Modes of excitation torque production in Variable Reluctance (VR) stepping motor Unit II: Characteristics of Stepper Motors Dynamic characteristics. Principle of operation. Torque speed characteristics. review of design of line frequency inductors and transformers. Current control Schemes. Hall sensors. Power Electronics –Converters. Principle of operation. Power Electronics: L.UnitVI: Protection of the Switching Devices: Device protection against over voltage/currents. Devices and Applications – M. design of high frequency inductors and transformers.I Semester SPECIAL MACHINES AND CONTROLS (ElectiveII) Unit I: Stepper Motors Constructional features. ControllersMicroprocessors based controller. Tech. Williams Reference books 1. Torque and emf equation. Square wave permanent magnet brushless motor drives.
Crop driers . Naser A and Boldea I. Floyd E Saner.Evacuated collectors .”Servo Motor Applications”. Design and Practical Application”. Generalized Theory of Electrical Machines – P. Kenjo. UnitIII Wind Energy – Nature of wind – Characteristics – Variation with height and time – Power in wind – Aerodynamics of Wind turbine – Momentum theory – Basics of aerodynamics – Aerofoils and their characteristics – HAWT – Blade element theory – Prandtl’s lifting line theory (prescribed wake analysis) . Prentice Hall Inc.Solar water heater types . “Stepping Motors and their Microprocessor control”. Pittman USA. Clarendon Press.f 20092010 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY: KAKINADA DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (POWER ELECTRONICS) M. Oxford. S “Permanent Magnet and brushless DC motors”.Basics of solar concentrators UnitII Solar Energy Applications .1987 4.Forced circulation calculation .Water desalination .e. Oxford.I Semester RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES (ElectiveII) UnitI Solar Energy .Passive solar system Active solar systems . Unit VII: AC Tachometers Schematic diagram. 1993. Kenjo. “Brushless Permanent Magnet and Reluctance Motor Drives”.. T. Tech. 1989. References 1. T. numerical problems Unit VIII: Linear Motors Linear Motors: Linear Induction Motor (LIM) Classification – Construction – Principle of operation – Concept of Current sheet –Goodness factor – DC Linear Motor (DCLM) types – Circuit equation – DCLM controlapplications. 6. Clarendon Press. New Jersey. Miller. Clarendon Press. 1989.Output from solar still – Principle of solar ponds.J.Solar air heaters – Solar Chimney . 5.BimbraKhanna publications5th edition1995 w. 2.Availability . Oxford. 1989. 3.S.Solar radiation data and measurement .Estimation of average solar radiation . Operating principle.E.Heat balance – Flat plate collector efficiency – Efficiency of heat removal Thermo siphon flow calculation . “Linear Electric Motors: Theory. T and Naganori.Unit VI: Servomotors Servomotor – Types – Constructional features – Principle of Operation – Characteristics Control – Microprocessor based applications.
Lambert’s law of absorption . David Sharpe. UnitIV Wind Energy Conversion System – Siting – Rotor selection – Annual energy output – Horizontal axis wind turbine (HAWT) – Vertical axis wind turbine (VAWT) – Rotor design considerations – Number of blades – Solidity .Kastha and S.Fundamentals of geophysics .Principles of power generation .K. Solar Energy Thermal Processes. UnitVIII Geothermal Energy . Pyrolysis.heat exchanger calculations – Major problems and operational experience.N. biochemical and agrochemical systems – Energy farming – Direct combustion for heat – Process heat and electricity – Ethanol production and use – Anaerobic digestion for biogas – Different digesters – Digester sizing – Applications of Biogas .Tiwari and M.Khendelwal & S.Spon 2.Extraction techniques .Engine UnitVI Ocean Energy .tidal powerhouse.Bhadra. Renewable Energy Resources Basic Principles and Applications / G.N. Biogas Technology .Estimation of thermal power . Nick Jenkins and Ervin Bossanyi / WileyWind Electrical Systems / S. Solar Heating and Cooling / Kreith & Kreider 6.Prime movers.OTEC Principle . Renewable Energy Resources / John Twidell and Tony Weir / E & F.Dry rock and hot aquifier energy analysis .A Practical Hand Book / K.Ghosal / Narosa 3.S.P. Solar Energy .C.Banerjee / Oxford 7.Bio fuel classification – Examples of thermo chemical. Wind Energy Handbook / Tony Burton. oscillating water column and dolphin types) – operational experience. References: 1.Different wave energy conservation devices (Saltor duck.Operation with I.Classification.VAWT aerodynamics – Wind turbine loads – Aerodynamic loads in steady operation – Yawed operation and tower shadow. Wave Energy – Concept of energy and power from waves – Wave characteristics – period and wave velocities .Open cycle and closed cycle . UnitVII Tidal Power ./Duffie & Beckman 5.Estimation of energy – Maximum and minimum power ranges .N. Mahdi / McGrawHill .components of power plant – Single and two basin systems – Turbines for tidal power .Principles of thermal collection and storage/ S.Blade profile – Upwind/Downwind – Yaw system – Tower – Braking system Synchronous and asynchronous generators and loads – Integration of wind energy converters to electrical networks – Inverters – Control system – Requirement and strategies – Noise – Applications of wind energy UnitV Biomass energy . Sukhatme / TMH 4. D.
PSPICE Simulation of single phase AC Voltage controller with PWM control for RL load. PSPICE Simulation of Three phase full converter using RL & E Loads. PSPICE Simulation of three phase AC Voltage controller using RL load. 11. 6. PSPICE Simulation of Single phase full converter using RL load with and without LC Filter. 3. dq model in rotor reference frame 15. PSPICE Simulation of Three phase inverter with Sinusoidal PWM control for RLoad. Development and Simulation of 3phase PWM Inverter with sinusoidal pulsewidth modulation using Matlab/Simulink 13. 9.f 20092010 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY: KAKINADA DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (POWER ELECTRONICS) M. 5. Tech. PSPICE Simulation of single phase inverter with sinusoidal PWM control for R. dq model in stator reference frame c. PSPICE Simulation of single phase current source inverter with RL Load. DC motor with controlled ac rectification using Matlab/Simulink 12.I Semester POWER ELELCTRONIC SYTEMS SIMULATION LAB 1. PSPICE Simulation of Single phase full converter using RL & E load with and without free wheeling diode 4. dq model in synchronous reference frame b.w. Capacitorstart capacitorrun singlephase induction motor using Matlab/Simulink 19. Single phase IGBT based fully controlled rectifier with PWM control using MatlabSimpower blockset 20. MOSFET. Volts/Hz closedloop speed control of an induction motor drive using Matlab/Simulink 16. Characteristics of induction machines under balanced and symmetrical conditions for the following using Matlab/Simulink a. 10. Cascade position control of a DC motor drive (PI controller) using Matlab/Simulink 14. Speed control of a permanent magnet synchronous motor using Matlab/Simulink 18.load 8. PSPICE Simulation of dcdc Boost converter. 7. Openloop Volts/Hz control of a synchronous motor drive using Matlab/Simulink 17. Three phase IGBT based ac voltage controller with PWM control using MatlabSimpower blockset . Switching characteristics of Thyristor.e.IGBT using PSPICE Simulation 2.
II Semester SWITCHED MODE POWER CONVERSION Unit –I Singleswitch Isolated converters: Requirement for isolation in the switchmode converters. linearization technique.Krein – Oxford University Press 2. analysis of Mtype and Ltype Buck or boost Converters. analysis of Mtype and Ltype Buck or boost Converters. Fundamentals of Power Electronics – Robert Erickson and Dragon Maksivimovic. Power circuit and steadystate analysis. Text Books: 1. utilization of magnetic circuits in single switch and pushpull topologies. Power Electronics–Issa Batarseh. Umanand.John Wiely Reference Books: 1. power circuit and steadystate analysis.Series resonant circuitparallel resonant circuits. UnitV: Controller Design: Review of frequencydomain analysis of linear timeinvariant systems. Springer Publications. utilization of magnetic circuits and comparison with previous topologies. Elements of Power Electronics . UnitIV: Dynamic Analysis of dcdc converters: Formulation of dynamic equation of buck and boost converters.Philip T. 2. UnitVII: QuasiResonant ConvertersI: Concept of Zero voltage switching. concept of bode plot. bandwidth. selection of controller parameters. UnitVI: Resonant Converters: Classification of Resonant convertersBasic resonant circuits. Forward and flyback converters. averaged circuit models. UnitVIII: QuasiResonant ConvertersII: Concept of Zero current switching. UnitII: PushPull Converters: Power circuit and steadystate analysis.e.III: Isolated Bridge converters: Half bridge and fullbridge converters.Resonant switches. principle of operation. Unit. L. controller specifications. Tata McGraw Hill .w. Power Electronics. transformer connection. proportional plus integral plus integral controller (PID). Tech. proportional(P). principle of operation. phase and gain margins. smallsignal model and converter transfer functions.f 20092010 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY: KAKINADA DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (POWER ELECTRONICS) M. proportional plus integral (PI).
Power Electronics control of AC motors – MD Murphy & FG Turn Bull Pergman Press 1st edition1998 . UnitVI: Control of Synchronous motor drives: Synchronous motor and its characteristics. torquespeed characteristics. BosePearson Publications 3. vector control of PMSM.Voltage fed Inverter controlOpen loop volts/Hz controlSpeed control with slip regulationSpeed control with torque and Flux controlCurrent controlled voltage fed Inverter Drive Unit III Current Source Inverter Fed Induction motor drives CurrentFed Inverter controlIndependent current and frequency controlSpeed and flux control in CurrentFed Inverter driveVolts/Hz control of CurrentFed Inverter driveEfficiency optimization control by flux program.current controlled Brushless dc motor Servo drive UNITVIII: Variable Reluctance Motor Drive Variable Reluctance motor drives.Control strategiesConstant torque angle control. Modeling of PM brushless dc motor.Current control variable reluctance motor servo drive Text Book: 1.e. Direct vector control.Motor model and control scheme. UNITVII: PMSM and BLDC Drives: Characteristics of permanent magnet. flux weakening operation. implementation – block diagram. estimation of flux.Pearson Education Reference Books: 2. synchronous machines with permanent magnet. Tech. Krishnan. Electric Motor Drives Modeling. motoring and regeneration. Analysis & control R. drive scheme Threephase full wave Brushless dc motor Sinusoidal type of Brushless dc motor . derivation of indirect vector control. K. Unit IV Slip power recovery schemes Slippower recovery DrivesStatic Kramer drivePhasor diagramTorque expressionSpeed control of a Kramer driveStatic scherbius driveModes of operation UnitV: Vector control of Induction Motor: Principles of vector control.Torque production in the variable reluctance motor Drive characteristics and control principles . Unit II: Voltage Source Inverter Fed Induction motor drives Scalar control.f 20092010 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY: KAKINADA DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (POWER ELECTRONICS) M.II Semester POWER ELECTRONIC CONTROL OF AC DRIVES UnitI: Introduction Review of steadystate operation of Induction motor. phasor diagrams.power factor control. constant flux control. Equivalent circuit analysis.w. flux weakening operation. Load commutated inverter fed synchronous motor drive. Modern Power Electronics and AC Drives –B.
Control Range and VA Rating. Transfer Function and Dynamic PerformanceTransient Stability Enhancement and Power Oscillation Damping. Response Time. Power Semiconductor drives. Capability to Provide Real Power Compensation. Fundamentals of Electrical Drives – G. Thyristor Switched Capacitor. Fixed Capacitor Thyristor Controlled Reactor Type Var Generator FCTCR. Tech.f 20092010 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY: KAKINADA DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (POWER ELECTRONICS) M. Power Flow Control by Phase Angle Regulators. mid point voltage regulation voltage instability prevention. UNITV: Static Series Compensation Concept of series capacitive compensation. Operation with Unbalanced AC System. improvement of transient stability. Transient Stability. Thyristor Switched Capacitor(TSC).TSSC and TCSC. UNITI1: Static Shunt Compensation Static shunt compensation: Objectives of shunt compensation. Dynamic stability considerations.II Semester FLEXIBLE AC TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS UNIT1: Introduction FACTS Concepts: Transmission interconnections power flow in an AC system. improvement of transient stability.Thyristor Controlled Reactor Type Var Generator. loading capability limits. Internal Control. Dubey – Narosa Publications 1995 5. Comparison between STATCOM and SVC: VI and VQ Characteristics. Switching converter type var generators. ThyristorControlled Series Capacitor(TCSC).4. Power oscillation damping.e. Hybrid var generators. UNITVII: Static Voltage and Phase Angle Regulators: TCVR and TCPAR: Voltage and Phase Angle Regulation. Real and Reactive Loop Power Flow Control. benefits from FACTS controllers. importance of controllable parameters basic types of FACTS controllers.K. Approaches to Thyristor –Controlled Voltage and Phase Angle Regulators (TCVRs and TCPARs)Continuously Controllable Thyristor Tap Changers. UNITI1I: Methods of controllable var generation: Variable impedance type static var generators: Thyristor Controlled and Thyristor Switched Reactor(TCR and TSR). DubeyPrentice hall w. External Control for Series Reactive Compensators. Basic Operating Control Schemes For GCSC. UNITIV: SVC and STATCOM Static Var Compensators: SVC and STATCOMThe Regulation Slope. power oscillation damping. Variable Impedance Type Series CompensatorsGTO ThyristorControlled Series Capacitor(GCSC). Capability to Exchange Real Power. Transmitted Power Versus Transmission Angle Characteristic. .K. ThyristorSwitched Series Capacitor(TSSC). UNITVI: Switching Converter Type Series Compensators Static Synchronous Series Capacitor(SSSC). Loss Versus Var Output Characteristic.G.
Computer aided design of Equiripple Linear phase FIR filters. UNIT IV: FIR digital filter design Preliminary considerations. Zang. Digital filters Decimation & Interpolation. C. Basic IIR Digital Filter structures.f 20092010 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY: KAKINADA DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (POWER ELECTRONICS) M. 1999.Quantization in sampling analog signals. Band pass and band stop IIR digital filters. H. w. N. Understanding FACTS: Concepts and Technology of Flexible AC Transmission Systems. Equivalent structures. Flexible AC Transmission Systems. FIR filter design based on windowed Fourier series. The sampling quantization – Discrete time sequences – Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT). Design of low pass IIR Digital filters. Birkhauser.Finite register length effects in realization of Digital Filters. Flexible AC Transmission Systems: Modeling and Control. Rehtanz and B. Spectral Transformations of IIR filter. Independent Real and Reactive Power Flow Control. IEEE Press. 2. Johns. 3. 1999. Computational complexity of Digital filter structures.e.A Digital Signal Processing System. UnitV: Finite word Length effects Introduction. All pass filters.II Semester DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING AND ITS APPLICATIONS UnitI: Introduction to Digital Signal Processing Introduction Linear time invariant systems. Fast Fourier Transform (FFT.Discrete Fourier transform computations . Realization of Basic structures using MATLAB.Hingorani & L. X. T. References books: 1.Gyugyi. Y. Basic Control System for P and Q Control. Control Structure. 2006. UnitII: Digital filter structures Block Diagram representation.UNITVIII: Unified Power Flow Controller (UPFC) Introduction: The Unified Power Flow ControllerBasic Operating Principles. Tech.P. IET. Conventional Transmission Control Capabilities.Effects of coefficients on Quantization. Pal. Design of computationally efficient FIR digital filters. Song and A. Basic FIR Digital Filter structures. Design of Minimum phase FIR filters. UNIT III: IIR Digital filter design Preliminary considerations. Design of High pass. Bilinear transformation method of IIR Filter design.G.
Bhaskar “Digital Signal Processors. TMS320LF/LC240XaDSP ControllersReference GuideSystem and Peripherals. 1989. New Delhi. New Delhi. John G. New Delhi.GeneralPurpose (GP) Timers Compare Units. 2004. 5. programming and applications”.e. 2nd Edition.Venkatramani. Tata McGraw. Sanjit K Mitra. Limited.G. w. “Digital Signal Processing”. Jervis. Emmanuel C. 3. 6.Data reconstruction and filtering of sampled signals – zeroorder hold .Quadrature Encoder Pulse (QEP) Circuit .Hill Publishing Company Limited. “Digital Signal Processing: A Practical Approach”. B. Unit –VII: Addressing Modes and Assembly Language Instructions of C2xxx Data formats – Addressing modes – groups of addressing mode – Assembly language instructions Unit VIII: Peripherals (The Event Managers) Event Manager (EV) Functional BlocksEvent Manager (EV) Register Addresses.Capture Units.Basic discrete time signals .Hill Publishing Company Limited.Practical aspects of the choice of sampling rate and multirate sampling .2004 2. M. Barrie W. Proakis and Manolakis.Unit –VI: Architecture of TMS320LF 2407A Introduction –Architectural overview – Memory and I/O spaces Internal architecture – Central Processing Unit (CPU) – Program control.Quantization – Sampling theorem Data conversion and Quantization. Tech. TMS320F/C24x DSP ControllersReference GuideCPU and Instruction Set 7. V and Ronald W. Pearson Education India Series. “ Digital Signals Processing: A Computer Based Approach”. Prentice Hall of India Private.f 20092010 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY: KAKINADA DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (POWER ELECTRONICS) M.Architecture.Mathematical modeling. Tata McGraw. 2004..Sampling process. Ifeachor. D.PWM Circuits Associated With Compare UnitsPWM Waveform Generation With Compare Units and PWM CircuitsSpace Vector PWM.Event Manager (EV) Interrupts References 1.Schafer. Alan Oppenheim. 4.” Prentice Hall of India.II Semester DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS (ElectiveIII) UNIT1: Introduction Advantages of Digital control systems. “Digital Signal Processing: Principles Algorithms and Applications. 2nd Edition.
closed loop systemsModified z. Unit –IV State Space Analysis State space representation of discrete time systems.transfer function. discretization of continuous time statespace equations UnitV Stability Analysis Stability analysis of closed loop systems in the Zplane. lead. State observersFull order and Reduced Order observer UnitVIII Linear Quadratic Regulators Min/Max principle.pulse transfer functions of the zeroorder Hold and relationship between G(s) and G(z)– Bilinear transformation . Jury stability criterion testStability analysis by use of the bilinear transformation and routh stability criterion. State Estimation through kalman Filters.Stability tests.plane. pulse transfer function matrix. Ackerman’s formula. Discrete Time Control SystemsK. Linear Quadratic Regulators.Pulse transfer function. Kuo.Digital Control Engineering. Design digital control through dead beat response methods.Ogata Pearson Education 2. UNITIII: ZPlane Analysis Digital control systems. Oxford University 2.Gopal .transform and inverse ztransform.plane and z. Digital Control systems and State Variables methods by M. lag and Leadlag compensators and digital PID controllers. Introduction to adaptive controls Textbooks: 1.Digital Control Engineering M. UnitVII State Feed back controllers and Observers Concept of controllability and observabilityDesign of state feedback controller through pole placementNecessary and sufficient conditions. Stability analysis using liapumov theorems UnitVI Design of Discrete Time control system by conventional methods Design of digital control systems based on Root locus techniquesDesign of digital control based on the frequency response methodsBilinear transformation and design procedure in the wplane.UNITII: ZTransforms z.Gopal Reference Books 1. solving discrete time state space equations. Kalman Filters.Difference equationSolution by recursion and ztransform. Relationship between s. state transition matrix and its properties methods for computation of state transition matrix.z transform analysis of open loop.Stability of linear digital control systems.
Feedforward Multilayer Perceptron.f 20092010 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY: KAKINADA DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (POWER ELECTRONICS) M.w. UNIT IV Genetic Algorithm: Basic concept of Genetic algorithm and detail algorithmic steps. Knowledge representation. Neural network applications:PWM ControllerSelected harmonic elimination PWMSpace vector PWMVector controlled drivefeedback signal estimationspeed estimation and flux estimation of induction motor . Selforganizing fuzzy logic control. Implementation of fuzzy logic controller using Matlab fuzzylogic toolbox. Symbolic reasoning system. principalcomponent analysis and wavelet transformations. Networks: Hopfield network. Solution of typical control problems using genetic algorithm. UNIT II Concept of Artificial Neural Networks and its basic mathematical model. Tech. Learning and Training the neural network. the AI approach.Flux programming efficiency improvement of three phase induction motorInduction motor speed controlSlip gain tuning of indirect vector control of induction motorstator resistance estimation. basic fuzzy set operation and approximate reasoning. UNIT VI Introduction to crisp sets and fuzzy sets. Introduction to Fuzzy logic modeling and control of a system. UNIT VII Fuzzy modeling and control schemes for nonlinear systems. simple perceptron. UnitVIII: Fuzzy logic & Neural network applications to Drives Fuzzy logic applications: Design of Fuzzy PI controller for speed control of DC motor. UNIT V Concept on some other than GA search techniques like tabu search and antcolony search techniques for solving optimization problems. Selforganizing network and Recurrent network.e. Approaches to intelligent control. Fuzzification. adjustment of free parameters. Neural Network based controller Case studies: Identification and control of linear and nonlinear dynamic systems using MatlabNeural Network toolbox. Expert systems. McCullochPitts neuron model. UNIT III Data PreProcessing: Scaling. Adaline and Madaline. rulebased systems. Fuzzy knowledge and rule bases. Fourier transformation. inference and defuzzification.II Semester INTELLIGENT CONTROL (ElectiveIII) UNIT I: Introduction and motivation. Architecture for intelligent control.
K. 3. Artificial Intelligent based Electrical Machines and Drives.Text Books 1. LongDuration voltage variations. Neural Network DesignM.T. 2009. N. Algorithms and Applications. 2008.K. ShortDuration voltage variations.CRC Press. Ambiguous Terms. Indian Edition. General classes of power quality problems. 4. 5. Beale. CBEMA and ITI curves Unit. Demuth and M. w. 4.Ham and Ivica Kostanic. The power quality evaluation procedureNeed for a consistentVocabulary. Fuzzy Control and Fuzzy Systms. Principles of Neurocomputing for science and Engineering. Voltage Imbalance.f 20092010 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY: KAKINADA DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (POWER ELECTRONICS) M. Fuzzy logic with Fuzzy Applications – T.Yung C. Voltage Quality. Soft computing & Intelligent Systems. 2. 1997. McGraw Hill.Sinha and Modan M Gupta. H. Modern Power Electronics and AC Drives –B.Fredric M. 2003. Indian reprint. Power frequency variations. 1996. Transients. Power quality terms. Shin and Chengying Xu. 2003. B.BosePearson Publications 5. Control.Liang. Elsevier. 3.e.John Yen and Reza Langari.Peter Vas. Overseas Press..II Semester POWER QUALITY MANAGEMENT (ElectiveIV) Unit I. Witold Pedrycz. Optimization and Control. Tech. 2007. Pearson Education. 2. Power Frequency Disturbances IntroductionCommon power frequency disturbancesCures for low frequency disturbancesVoltage tolerance criteria . Indian Edition.K. McGraw Hill. Genetic Algorithms. 2008. voltage fluctuation.Theory & Applications – N.Modeling. Fuzzy logic Intelligence. 7. 6. Pearson Edition. Neural Network Fundamentals with Graphs. Oxford University Press References 1. 2001. and Information. Bose and P.J. Introduction To Power Quality What is Power Quality?. Inc. waveform distortion. Neural Networks: A comprehensive Foundation – Simon Haykins.Hagan.Ross – Mc Graw Hill Inc. Why are we concerned about power quality?. Indian Edition.II.David E Goldberg. Intelligent System.
Transient Over Voltages Sources of transient over voltagesPrinciples of over voltage protectionDevices for over voltage protectionUtility capacitor_ switching TransientsUtility system Lightning protectionManaging FerroresonanceSwitching Transients problems with loadsComputer tools for transient analysis.Inter harmonics Unit VI.Unit III: Voltage Sags And Interruptions Sources of sags and interruptionsEstimating Voltage sag performanceFundamental principles of protectionSolutions at the EndUser levelEvaluating the economics of different ride_ through alternativesMotor_ starting sagsUtility system fault_ clearing issues Unit IV.C.Dugan. UnitV. Long Duration Voltage Variations Principles of regulating the voltageDevices for voltage regulationUtility voltage regulator applicationCapacitors for voltage regulationsEnd user capacitor applicationRegulating utility voltage with distributed resourcesFlickers Unit VIII. Fundamentals Of Harmonics Harmonic DistortionVoltage versus current distortionHarmonic versus TransientsPower system Quantities under non sinusoidal conditionsHarmonic indicesHarmonic sources from commercial loadsHarmonic sources from industrial loadsLocating harmonic sourcesSystem response characteristicsEffects of harmonic distortion.Sankaran.Hills 2.Power quality.McGraw.Electrical power systems qualityRoger C. CRC Press .Applied Harmonics Harmonic distortion evaluationsPrinciples for controlling harmonicsWhere to control harmonicsHarmonic studyDevices for controlling harmonic distortionHarmonic filter designCase studiesStandards on harmonics UnitVII. Power Quality Monitoring Monitoring considerationsHistorical perspective of power quality measuring instrumentsPower quality measurement equipmentAssessment of power quality measurement dataApplication of intelligent systemsPower quality monitoring standards Reference books 1.
cost index .f motor controllers . Mcgraw Hill Book company1st edition.lighting energy audit Unit VI : Energy Instruments Energy Instruments. replacement analysis. constructional details .e. promoting.Power factor correction. RMS hp. thermocouples.check list for top management Unit IV : Energy Efficient Motors Energy efficient motors . John wiley and sons 3. life cycle costing analysis .Good lighting system design and practice. Qualities and functions. p.voltage variationvoltage unbalance. rate of return .R. Murphy & G. lighting control . Energy management hand book by W. initiating. language. Andreas.C. Lighting Power factor – methods of improvement . Sankey diagrams. thermal power station. Marcel Dekker Inc Ltd2nd edition. building energy audit Unit II : Energy Management –I Principles of energy management.variable speed . Energy management by W. Energy management and good lighting practice : fuel efficiency. variable duty cycle systems. loss distribution . load profiles.motor energy audit Unit V : Power Factor Improvement. Questionnaire . CONSERVATION & MANAGEMENT (ElectiveIV) Unit I : Basic Principles Of Energy Audit Energy audit.w.lux meters. TEXT BOOKS:: 1. organizing energy management program. energy audit of process industry.definitions. effect of harmonics on p. planning.Energy audit of industries.f 20092010 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY: KAKINADA DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (POWER ELECTRONICS) M. .pie charts. pyrometers.watt meter. data loggers. characteristics .Energy efficient motors Unit VIII : Computation Of Economic Aspects Calculation of simple payback method. types of audit. net present worth method. present worth method . reporting Unit III : Energy Management II Energy manger. location of capacitors .booklet12EEO . Mckay Butter worth. controlling.C. monitoring. 1995REFERENCE BOOKS 1. energy index. tongue testers .II Semester ENERGY AUDITING. time value of money. Heinemann publications.energy saving potential. return on investment . Pf with non linear loads. factors affecting efficiency. Energy management by Paul o’ Callaghan.over motoring. lighting Applications of life cycle costing analysis.f. concept . Tech. 2.Turner. Energy conservation schemes. 1998 2.application of PLC’s Unit VII : Economic Aspects And Analysis Economics AnalysisDepreciation Methods. Energy efficient electric motors by John .
Performance & speed control of 3 phase slip ring Induction motor by Static Rotor Resistance controller.w. Drive 4. Performance & Operation of a 3phase A.e. Operation of 3phase IGBT based PWM Inverter on R & RL load.II Semester POWER ELECTRONICS AND DRIVES LABORATORY List of experiments 1. 7. Single Phase IGBT based PWM Inverter on R & RL load 6. Three phase PWM Pulse generation using PIC Micro controller 9. 3.phase FullConverter on R & RL load.f 20092010 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY: KAKINADA DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (POWER ELECTRONICS) M. drive using 3phase full Converter. 2. . PIC Microcontroller based speed control of three phase Induction Motor 10. Performance & speed control of D. 5. Voltage controller on motor load.C. DSP based V/F Control of 3 phase Induction motor. 8.C. Tech.C. Performance & Operation of a four quadrant Chopper on D. Operation of 3.
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