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DELHI TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY SCHEME OF EXAMINATION AND COURSES OF READING

FOR B.Tech. (ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING)

Semester Semester Semester Semester Semester Semester Semester Semester

I II III IV V VI

Examination Examination Examination Examination Examination Examination

November, May, November, MAY, November, MAY, November, MAY,

2009 2010 2010 2011 2011 2012 2012 2013

VII Examination VIII Examination

Syllabus applicable to the students seeking admission to the B.Tech. (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) Course in the academic year 2009.

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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
Summary of Scheme of Examination (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) Total Credits for B.E. degree: 240 Semester wise : I-30, II-30, III-32, IV-32, V-28, VI-30, VII-30, VIII-28 Classification of Subjects :

Subjects I II III IV V VI VII VIII Total Credits 240 Percentage Contents of H, A, C

H 19 14 04 03 00 00 00 00 40 16.7%

A 11 16 01 06 12 10 08 04 68 28.3%

C 00 00 25 21 18 20 22 26 132 55%

Total 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 240 100%

H A C

Humanities, Social Studies and Basic Sciences Allied Engineering Core (include major project and practical training also)

Industrial training of 5 weeks durations during summer vacations after 5th semester and 10 weeks after 6th semester.

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SCHEME FOR B.Tech. FIRST SEMESTER (Electrical and Electronics Engineering)

S.No.

Course No.

Subject

LTP

Evaluation Assignment MidSem 20 EndSem 70

Total Marks

Credit Type

TH1

MA 101 HU 102 PH 103

Mathematics-1

310

10

100

4H

TH2

Communication skills

210

10

20

70

100

3H

TH3 TH4 TH5 TH6

Applied Physics -I

310 310 310 210

10 10 10 10

20 20 20 20

70 70 70 70

100 100 100 100

4H 4H 4A 3A

CH 104 Applied Chemistry EE 105 IT 106 Electrical sciences Fundamentals of Information Technology Applied Physics Lab Chemistry

PR1 PR2

PH 107

002 002

10 10

20 20

70 70

100 100

2H 2H

CH 108 Applied Lab EE 109 IT 110
TOTAL

PR3 PR4

Electrical Sciences Lab Information Technology Lab Practice

002 002

10 10

20 20

70 70

100 100

2A 2A

30 hrs

1000

30

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SCHEME FOR B.Tech. SECOND SEMESTER (Electrical and Electronics Engineering)

S.No.

Course No.

Subject

LTP

Evaluation Assignment MidSem 20 EndSem 70

Total Marks

Credit Type

TH1

MA 111 EN 112 PH 113 AS 114 ME 115 COE 116 ME 117 ME 118 COE 119 PE 120
TOTAL

Mathematics-II

310

10

100

4H

TH2 TH3 TH4 TH5

Environmental Sciences Applied Physics-II Engineering Materials Mechanical Sciences

200 400 400 310

10 10 10 10

20 20 20 20

70 70 70 70

100 100 100 100

2H 4H 4H 4A

TH6

Principle of programming Language Engineering Graphics

200

10

20

70

100

2A

PR1

003

10

20

70

100

3A

PR2

Mechanical Science Lab

002

10

20

70

100

2A

PR3

Programming Lab

Languages

002

10

20

70

100

2A

PR4

Mechanical Workshop Practice

003 30 hrs

10

20

70

100 1000

3A 30

Note: There will be term paper in 3rd semester based on self study , Object oriented Programming during summer vacation after 2nd semester. This will be assessed with 3rd semester.

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5 . This will be assessed with 4th semester. Subject LTP Evaluation Assignment MidSem 20 EndSem 70 Total Marks Credit Type TH1 EEE 201 EEE 202 EEE 203 EEE 204 EEE 205 Electronic Circuits Devices and 310 10 100 4C TH2 Engineering Economics and Management Network Synthesis Analysis and 310 10 20 70 100 4A TH3 310 10 20 70 100 4C TH4 Mathematics-III 300 10 20 70 100 4A TH5 Electrical and Electronic Measurement Electrical Machines-1 310 10 20 70 100 3C TH6 EEE 206 EEE 207 EEE 208 EEE 209 EEE 210 TOTAL 310 10 20 70 100 4C PR1 Electronic Devices Circuits Lab. THIRD SEMESTER (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) S.No. based on MATLAB Programming during winter vacation after 3nd semester.Tech. and 002 10 20 70 100 2C PR2 Electrical Machines-1 lab 002 10 20 70 100 2C PR3 Measurement Systems Lab 002 10 20 70 100 2C VS1 Term Paper I 001 - - - 100 1C 30 hrs 1000 30 Note: There will be term paper in 4th semester based on self study. Course No.SUGGESTED SCHEME FOR B.

FOURTH SEMESTER (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) S. Subject LTP Evaluation Assignment MidSem 20 EndSem 70 Total Marks Credit Type TH1 EEE 211 EEE 212 EEE 213 EEE 214 EEE 215 EEE 216 EEE 217 EEE 218 EEE 219 EEE 221 TOTAL Linear Integrated Circuits 310 10 100 4C TH2 Communication systems-I 310 10 20 70 100 4C TH3 Electromagnetic theory Power Systems.Tech.SUGGESTED SCHEME FOR B.No. 6 .I field 300 10 20 70 100 4C TH4 310 10 20 70 100 4C TH5 Electrical Machines-II 300 10 20 70 100 4C TH6 Digital Electronics 300 10 20 70 100 3C PR1 Linear Integrated Circuits Lab Communication lab systems 002 10 20 70 100 2C PR2 002 10 20 70 100 2C PR3 Electrical Machines-II lab 002 10 20 70 100 2C VS2 Term Paper II 001 10 20 70 100 1C 30 hrs 1000 30 Note: There will be a minor project in 5th semester based on Lab view Programming during summer vacation after 4th semester. This will be assessed with 5th semester. Course No.

No. Course No. EEE 301 EEE 302 EEE 303 EEE 304 EEE 305 Subject LTP Assignment Power Electronics 310 10 Evaluation Mid-sem 20 End-Sem 70 Total Marks 100 Credit Type 4C TH1 TH2 Control Systems I 310 10 20 70 100 4C TH3 Power Systems -II 310 10 20 70 100 4C TH4 Digital Processing Microprocessor Applications Signal 310 10 20 70 100 4C TH5 and 310 10 20 70 100 4C PR1 EEE 306 EEE 307 EEE 309 EEE 310 TOTAL Power Systems Lab 002 10 20 70 100 2C PR2 Control Systems Lab 002 10 20 70 100 2C PR3 Microprocessor Lab 002 10 20 70 100 2C PR4 Minor project I 10 20 70 200 4C 30 hrs 1000 30 Note: There shall be an Industrial Training of 4 weeks at the end of Vth semester. FIFTH SEMESTER (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) S.Tech. which will be evaluated with VI semester examination.SCHEME FOR B. 7 . during winter vacation.

examination 8 . which will be evaluated with VII sem.Tech.No.SCHEME FOR B. Course No. EEE 311 EEE 312 Subject LTP Assignment Electrical Drives Power Protection System 310 310 10 10 Evaluation Mid-Sem 20 20 End-Sem 70 70 Total Marks 100 100 Credit Type 4C 4C TH1 TH2 TH3 EEE 313 Microcontroller and Embedded System Communication Systems II Instrumentation System Power Electronics and Drives lab Digital Signal Processing Lab Minor project II Industrial Training 310 10 20 70 100 4C TH4 EEE 314 310 10 20 70 100 4C TH5 EEE 315 310 10 20 70 100 4C PR1 EEE316 002 10 20 70 100 2C PR2 EEE318 002 10 20 70 100 2C PR3 PR4 EE 319 EE 320 TOTAL 002 10 10 20 20 70 70 200 100 1000 4C 2A 30 30 hrs Industrial Training of six weeks in Summer vacation at the end of VIth semester. SIXTH SEMESTER (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) S.

SEVENTH SEMESTER (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) Course Subject LTP Evaluation Total No.Tech. Marks Assignment Mid-Sem End-Sem EEE 401 EEE 402 Control systems II Flexible AC Transmission System Elective I Open Elective I Microcontroller and Embedded System Instrumentation Systems Lab Industrial Training (Viva Voce) Major Project (Part-I) 310 310 10 10 20 20 70 70 100 100 Credit Type 4C 4C TH1 TH2 TH3 TH4 PR1 PR2 PR3 PR4 EEE 403X EEE 404X EEE 405 EEE 406 EEE 407 EEE408 TOTAL 310 310 003 003 - 10 10 10 10 10 10 20 20 20 20 20 20 70 70 70 70 70 70 100 100 100 100 100 300 1000 4C 4C 3C 3C 4A 4C 30 Elective I EE 403-1 Nuclear Power Energy EE 403-2 SCADA and Energy Management systems EE 403-3 Process Control System EE 403-4 HVDC transmission systems EE 403-5 Power System Stability EE-403-6 Artificial intelligence and Expert System Open Elective I EE 404-1 Mechatronics EE 404-2 Soft Computing techniques EE 404-3 Advanced Analog Circuit Design EE 403-4 Non conventional energy systems EE 404-5 Intelligent Instrumentation EE-404-6 Biomedical Instrumentation 9 .S. SCHEME FOR B.No.

EIGHTH SEMESTER (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) S. Course No.Tech.SCHEME FOR B. EEE 411 Subject LTP Assignment Evaluation Mid-Sem 20 End-Sem 70 Total Marks 100 Credit Type 4C TH1 Utilization of Electrical Energy Elective II Open Elective II Utilization of Electrical Energy Lab Power system Protection Lab Major Project (Part-II) Seminar / Report 310 10 TH2 TH3 PR1 EEE 412 EEE 413 EEE414 310 310 003 10 10 10 20 20 20 70 70 70 100 100 100 4C 4C 3C PR2 EEE415 003 10 20 70 100 3C PR3 PR4 EEE 416 EEE 417 TOTAL 30 hrs 10 10 20 20 70 70 400 100 1000 10C 2C 30 Elective II EE 412-1 VLSI Design EE 412-2 Non linear and Adaptive control EE 412-3 Distributed Generation System EE 412-4 Power System Operation and Control EE 412-5 Power Quality EE 412-6 Intelligent Controllers EE 412-7 Data Communication and Computer Networks Open Elective II EE 413-1 Biomedical Instrumentation EE 413-2 Power System Communication EE 413-3 Restructured Power System EE 413-4 Power Plant Engineering EE 413-5 Intellectual property rights and Entrepreneurship EE 413-6 Database management System 10 .No.

5. Inverse of Circular. Euler‟s theorem. Wiley. Applications of multiple integration in area.Tech I Semester (Common to all branches) Paper Code: MA 101 L T P 3 1 0 Mathematics I Credits 4 Unit I: Infinite series: Tests for convergence of series (comparison. 4. Maxima-Minima. parametric and polar co-ordinates). (7L) Unit IV: Multiple Integrals: Double integral (Cartesian and polar co-ordinates). applications of definite integral to area. (4L) Suggested Readings: 1. 11 . and Hyperbolic functions. triple integrals (Cartesian. Raabe‟s. Gamma and Beta functions. (8L) Unit III: Calculus of several variables: Partial differentiation. Hyperbolic. and moment of inertia. Narosa. Gradient.B. I K international Advanced engineering mathematics: Jain/Iyenger. Application in estimation of error and approximation. integral. Alternating series. (8L) Unit V: Vector Calculus: Continuity and differentiability of vector functions. surface integral and volume integral. Advanced engineering mathematics: Alan Jeffery . cylindrical and spherical co-ordinates). and Logarithmic functions. Taylor‟s theorem. Absolute convergence. logarithmic). Academic Press Calculus and analytic geometry: Thomas/Finney. divergence. Advanced engineering mathematics: Kreyszig. Circular. total differential. arc length. Radius of curvature. Directional Derivative. root. 3. curl and their applications. centre of mass. (8L) Unit VI: Function of Complex Variable: Definition of complex function. Advanced engineering mathematics: Taneja . Line integral. (5L) Unit II: Calculus of single variable: Taylor‟s & Maclaurin‟s expansion. 2. Applications of Green‟s. applications to work done by the force . Stoke‟s and Gauss divergence theorems. ratio. Conditional convergence. volume. Scalar and vector point function. surface area and volume (in Cartesian. change of order of integration. Lagrange‟s method of multipliers. Narosa.

Delhi: University Press. New Delhi. Summary and Abstract. 2. UP. (B) Vocabulary and Usage: Synonyms & Antonyms. A. Gaikwad.K. Delhi: Orient Longman. Better English Pronunciation. 8. Unit II: Basics of Writing: (A) Presentation of Technical Information: Technical description of simple objects. Biztantra Press. Robert A. 3. Processes and operations. Stress. Subramaniam and P. (C) The Branded (Uchalya) by Laxman Gaikwad (D) Geetanjali by Ravindranath Tagore. New Delhi: Orient Longman. One word substitutions. syllable. APJ Abdul. Definitions . (C) Comprehension of Unseen Passages based on reading exercises like Skimming. University Press. Kalam.L. Subramaniam. Question tags & short responses. Idioms / Idiomatic expressions. Wings of Fire. Common errors. Gitanjali.B. Lesikar and Flatley.. Interpretation of Visual Data (graph. Writing Remedies: Practical Exercises for Technical Writing . Examine Your English. Tikoo M.---- 12 .K. Transcription of Words and Simple Sentences. Wharton School Publishing. Taking and Making Notes. Laxman. The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid. Edmond H.Tech I Semester (Common to all branches) Paper Code: HU 102 L T P Credits 2 1 0 3 Communication Skills Unit I: Functional English: (A) Parts of speech. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Tense and concord. LLC. Phonemes. Conditional clauses. ----- Day. Prahalad. appliances. Suggested Readings: 1. O’Connor. Punctuation. Scientific English: A Guide for Scientists and Other Professionals. charts etc) (B) Writing of: Paragraph.R. Business Communications. 6. The Branded. 5. tools. Language Lab Practice for Oral Communication Unit IV: Texts for Appreciation and Analysis: (A) Wings of Fire by APJ Abdul Kalam (B) The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid by C. Scanning and Inference making. Filiquarian Publishing.E. Intermediate Grammar Usage and Composition. Words often confused. Unit III: Oral Communication: Phonetics: Speech Sounds and their articulation. 4. C. Prahalad. 10. Rabindranath Tagore. Scientific Principles. Maison Margaret . Weiss. 9. Delhi: Sahitya Akademi. 7. Presentation and Seminar.

Resonance (amplitude and power). Polarization by reflection and by transmission. Brief working principal of lasers. Sharpness of resonance. Mass variation with velocity. Resolving power of telescope. Credits 4 13 . Frannhoffer diffraction. Numerical aperture of optical fiber. Concept of energy and momentum. Lorentz transformation equations. Law of addition of velocities. Multiple beam interference and Fabry-Perot interferometer. prism and grating. Huygens and Ramsden’s eyepiece. Impudence. Michelson – Morley experiment and its implications. Unit IV: Optical Instruments: Cardinal points of co-axial lens systems. Unit III: Physical optics: Interference by division of wave front and amplitude. Fresnel diffraction through a straight edge. elliptically and circularly polarized light. Quarter and half wave plates. Reflection and transmission of waves at a boundary. Nichol prism. Double refraction. Mass energy relation. Refractive index profile. Ruby laser. Equations of longitudinal and transverse waves and their solutions. Unit II: Oscillations. Optical Fiber: Classification of optical fibers. Unit V: Laser optics: Coherence and coherent properties of laser beams. Brewster’s law. spherical and chromatic aberrations and their removal. Q – factor. Spontaneous and stimulated emission. single slit and N-slit / grating. Einstein’s co-efficient. He-Ne laser.B. Zone plate. Pulse dispersion in optical fiber (ray theory).Tech I Semester (Common to all branches) Paper Code: PH 103 L T P 3 1 0 Applied Physics . Core cladding refractive index difference.I Unit I: Relativity: Review of concepts of frames of reference and Galilean transformation equation. waves: Damped and forced oscillations. Impudence matching between two medium. Einstein’s special theory of relativity.

J. Pain by A. Ghatak 14 . 3.Suggested Readings: 1.P.1 by H. Physics of vibrations and waves Vibrations and waves Perspective of Modern Physics Optics Berkley Physics Course Vol -. 5. 4. 2. French by Authors Beiser by A.

HRW International. RNA. Industrial applications of polymers. working and applications of Thermogravimetry. Bio-molecules: Classification. Inorganic Quantitative analysis.Tech I Semester (Common to all branches) Paper Code: CH 104 L 3 T P 1 0 Credits 4 Applied Chemistry Unit I: (a)Conventional Analysis: Volumetric Analysis.. Fried. Industrial production of PE and PF resins. Oxford Univ Billmeyer. T. Fuel Cells. 6. One component systems: Water and sulphur. Carbohydrates. gold and rhodium. Green Chemistry: Theory & Practice. Quinn. Suggested Readings: 1. Wiley. 2L (b) Spectral Analysis: Electromagnetic radiation. Lead storage and lithium batteries. P. Electroplating bath and linings. reaction types and methods. Goals & Significance of Green Chemistry. Introduction to Bio-degradable Polymers. Molecular weights of polymers. Hatakeyama. IR. John Wiley. Unit V: Phase Equilibrium: Definitions of Phase. component and degree of freedom. Primary and Secondary battery systems: Zinc-Carbon cells.I. A. Plating of copper. 3. Prentice Press.B. Thermal Analysis. characteristics of batteries. 2. Principles of Green Chemistry. Polymer Science and Technology. solvents and catalysts for green synthesis. Two component systems: Pb-Ag and Cu-Ni system.A. DNA.Differential thermal analysis and Differential scanning calorimetry. Agitation. Unit IV: Electrochemistry: Electrochemical cells: components. Methods of polymerization. 4. Unit III: (a) Polymers: Monomer & polymer. functionality and Degree of Polymerization. Peptides and Proteins. UV-VIS. Electrodeposition: Electrical and chemical requirements. Cellulose and its derivatives. instrumentation & applications. Polymer Science and Technology. Unit VI: Green Chemistry: Introduction. 5. Types of titrations. Evaluation of feedstocks.X. Instrumental method of analysis. Reagents. physical and chemical properties of Amino-acids. Circulation and filteration equipment. Future trends in Green Chemistry.T. F. Skoog D. Lambert-Beer’s Law. Structure. Unit II: Thermal Methods of Analysis: principle. Theory of indicators. Gibb’s phase rule. Mechanism of polymerization. Vogel. Anastas & JC Warner. 15 .

6L Unit IV: Three-Phase AC Circuits: Three phase EMF generation. analogies between electrical and magnetic quantities solution of magnetic circuits. concept of reluctance. various types of controlled sources. Q-factor. power and energy. Maximum Power Transfer Theorem. auto transformer and their applications. Single phase Transformer construction. application of magnetic force. C. 8L Unit VI: Three Phase and Single Phase Induction Motor: Construction. 4L Unit VIII: Measuring Instruments: Analog indicating instruments. MMF. Tellgen Theorem. average and effective values of sinusoids.B. Prentice Hall International (EEI). 2L Suggested Readings: 1. mutual inductance and dot convention. flux. PMMC ammeters and voltmeters. 5L Unit V: Magnetic Circuits & Transformers: Amperes circuital law. McGraw hill International. Vincent Deltoro. power factor. power in complex notation. series and parallel circuits. multimeters. phasor diagram. 6L Unit III: Single Phase AC Circuits: Single phase EMF generation. Delta-star conversion. Damping devices. Higgenbotham & Grabel. complex representation of impedance. Norton’s theorem. half power points. C elements. concept of fields. Digital electronic voltmeters. Solution of three phase circuits: balanced supply voltage and balanced load. charge. AC watt-hour meters. New Age International. Principle of operation. 5L Unit II: DC Network: Series circuits and parallel circuits. current. bandwidth and their relationship. 16 . B-H curve. principle of working. Fitzereld. phasor diagram. concept of phasor. Passive circuit components: V-I characteristics and ratings of different types of R. digital electronic ammeters and wattmeters. Thevenin’s Theorem.Tech I Semester (Common to all branches) Paper Code: EE 105 LT P Credits 3 1 0 4 Electrical Sciences Unit I: Introduction: Role and importance of circuits in Engineering. 4th Edition. Resonance in series and parallel circuits. Kirchoff’s Laws. voltage.L. L. 3. reactive power and apparent power. Superposition Theorem. shunt and multipliers. energy and there interrelationship. Hysteresis and eddy current losses. types of motors applications. Moving iron ammeter and voltmeters. dynamometer type wattmeters. V-I characteristics of ideal voltage and ideal current sources. Wadhwa. Basic electrical Engineering. 2. real power. Electrical Engineering Fundamentals. delta and Y connection. Basic Electrical Engineering. devices. measurement of power in three phase circuits. line and phase quantities.

adder. Suggested Readings: 1.Introduction of LAN. decimal. MAN and WAN. Value and Quality of information Unit – II : Concepts in Computer & Programming: Definition of Electronic Computer. Relevant Indian Electricity Supply rules & BIS codes. Unit – VI : Internet and Web Technologies: Hypertext Markup Language. Electronic Payment Systems. hexa-decimal conversion. Vikas. Peripherals. 3. 4. TMH. Elementary Concepts of E-Learning and E-Commerce. Rajaraman. Generation of Languages. Gopher. Text. Computer Hardware . Firewall. Curtin. 2. 7. Client-server Architecture. Various I/O devices. Introduction to 4GL and 5GL. Video etc. DHTML. Classification of Computers. Safety of Business Transaction on web. multiplexes. Introduction to Computers by Peter Norton Tata McGraw-Hill. Telnet. Network Topologies. “Internet 101”. different types of memory. Characteristic and Application of Computers. Audio. Web Browsers. Addison Wesley. Lehngart. Email. Introduction to Data Transmission. 6.4. 8. Digital Signatures. Firmware and Humanware. flip flops. Using Information Technology: A Practical Introduction to Computers & Communications by William Sawyer & Hutchinson.. image. “Internet. An introduction” Tata McGraw Hill. WWW. “Data Compression”. Memory. floating numbers gates. Assemblers. BPB CIS Tems. Generations. Unit – IV : Digital Devices and Basic Network Concepts: Digital Fundamentals: Various codes. Interpreters. Animation.Tech I Semester (Common to all branches) Paper Code: IT 106 L T P 2 1 0 Credits 3 Introduction to Information Technology Unit – I : Fundamental Concepts of Information: Definition of information. History. binary. Search Engines. 5. graphics. Publisher: Tata McGraw-Hill. Leon & Leon “Fundamentals of Information Technology”. 17 . Translators. “Information Technology: Breaking News”. Unit – III : Programming Language Classification & Program Methodology: Computer Languages. HTTP. Need. Flow Charts. PHI Nelson. FTP.CPU. Data Vs Information. Net Surfing. Compilers. Dataflow Diagram. Introduction to Information representation in Digital Media. “Introduction to Computers “. B. Unit – V : Data Communication & Networks: Computer Networks.

E.I year.I year. I Semester Examination Practical Paper II (Common to all Branches) CH-108 Chemistry Lab L T P Credits 0 0 2 Based on course work corresponding PH-104 2 B.I year.I year. I Semester Examination Practical Paper III (Common to all Branches) EE-109 Electrical Sciences Lab L T P Credits 0 0 2 2 Based on course work corresponding PH-105 B. I Semester Examination Practical Paper IV(Common to all Branches) IT-110 Fundamental of IT Lab L T P Credits 0 0 2 Based on course work corresponding PH-106 2 18 . I Semester Examination Practical Paper I (Common to all Branches) PH-107 Physics Lab L T P Credits 0 0 2 Based on course work corresponding PH-103 2 B.E.B.E.E.

harmonic analysis. UNIT III Laplace transformation: Basic properties. linear transformation.I year. Fourier Transforms. wiley Advanced engineering mathematics : Greenberg. Consistency of lineSar system of equations. Simultaneous linear equations. linear equations. Lagendre polynomials Bessel equations properties of Bessel functions. method of variation of parameters and undetermined coefficients. Euler-Cauchy equation.Even and odd functions.111 Mathematics-II L T P Credits 3 1 0 4 UNIT 1 Matrices: Rank inverse and normal form of a matrix using elementary transformation. I & II . Sine and Cosine Transforms. Bernoulli’s equation. dimension. Half range series. integrating factor. Functions of any period . UNIT II Ordinary differential Equations: Exact equations. Caylay Hamilton theorem. skew – Hermitian. Unit step function. integrals and Transforms: Periodic functions fourier series. basis. Second and higher order linear differential equation with constant coefficients.K. pearson Education Advanced engineering mathematics Vol. subspaces. Transforms of derivatives and integrals convolution theorem and applications to boundary value problem in ordinary differential equations. Existence and Uniqueness of solution. 2. 3. Laplace transform solution of IVP and system of linear differential equations. Advanced engineering mathematics : Jain / Iyenger: Narosa Advanced engineering mathematics : Kreyszig. general solution of homogenous and nonhomogenous equations. Orthogonal trajectories. Suggested Readings: 1. and unitary matrices. Derivation and Integration of Laplace transform. II Semester Examination (Common to all Branches) MA.Tech. properties of eigen values and eigen vectors of Hermitian. Taneja I. Lagendre equation. Power series method. linear dependence / independence. eigen-values and eigen vectors of a matrix. UNIT IV Fourier series. laplace transform of derivatives and integrals. 4. complex Fourier series. diagonalization. Wronskian. convolution theorem Laplace of periodic function.B. International 19 .

Environment production act. 4. 2. Miller.Urban / Rural / Industrial / Agricultural.Consumerism and waste products. UNIT III Organization and dynamics of ecological communities : Terrestrial ecosystem & aquatic ecosystem. consumption and decomposition. Townsend. amino acid metabolism.Climate change. T. Nitrogen.Disaster Management: floods. carbon.K. glycol sis. acid rain. land use etc. Goel. environmental deterioration in terms of water. cyclone and landslides. case studies. Introduction to Disaster Management : Natural & Man made UNIT IV Environmental Pollution: Definition.Resettlement and rehabilitation of people. land. Pearson Eduction.. Jr. 2nd edition. Air pollution. Harper and Michael Begon. Field study of local polluted site.pollution case studies.Masters. Trivedi and P. nuclear accidents and holocaust. 3.G. Enzyme classification and Kinetic. ozone layer depletion. Wadsworth Publishing CO.Causes. ecological succession.Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) act – Water (Prevention and control of pollution) act – Wildlife protection act – Forest conservation act Issues involved in enforcement of environmental legislation – Public awareness. Essentials of Ecology’. 20 . air. structural and functional aspects of ecosystems. production. Used of Eco technological approach for pollution control. Ecological strain due to human activity : Water pollution. Techno-Science Publications. I year. Blackwell Science. J. earthquake.K. R. watershed management. Electron transport. photosynthesis. global warming. Suggested Readings: 1.Urban problems related to energy – Water conservation. Phosphorous Cycles. ‘Environmental Science’.Tech. effects and control measures of urban and industrial wastersRole of an individual in prevention of pollution.Wasteland reclamation. Genetic manipulations.Environmental ethics: Issues and possible solutions. ‘Introduction to Environmental Engineering and Science’. recombinants etc. effects and control measures of: (a) Air pollution (b) Water pollution (c) Soil pollution (d) Marine pollution (e) Noise pollution (f) Thermal pollution (g) Nuclear hazards – Soil waste management: Causes. Gilbert M. rain water harvesting. Citric acid cycle. Sulpher. 2004. case studies. II Semester Examination Theory Paper-II (Common to all Branches) E&E/SE/EP/AE EN – 112 Environmental Science L T P Credits 2 1 0 3 UNIT I Bioenergetics and Metabolism : ATP cycle. C. Ecological Principles : Ecosystem. UNIT II Ecology : Relevance of ecology. its problems and concerns.B. ‘Introduction to Air Pollution’. UNIT V Social Issue and the Environment: From unsustainable to sustainable development.

R. ‘Envirnmental Encyclopedia’. 2001.. W. Cooper.5. I and II. Philadelphia. 6. Ahmedabad India.net. Rules. ‘The Biodiverstiy of India’. 21 . T. Enviro Media. Jaico Publ. ‘Handbook of Environmental Laws. USA. Gorhani. Cunningham. House. Saunders Co. Wager. K. Ltd. ‘Environmental Managemnt’. Compliances and Standards’.. Bharucha Erach.D.B. Vol. W. mail:mapin@icenet.. 1998. Mumbai. 7.K. 8.P. Trivedi. Mapin Publishing Pvt. Guidelines.H.

particle in a box.Kartalopoulos. UNIT II Classical and Quantum Statistics: Statistical Physics: Microscopic and macroscopic systems. M. radioactive decay law and spectrum. Pair production. hydrogen bonding.R. simple harmonic oscillator problem. stable nuclei. nuclear fission and fusion. Schrodinger wave equation operators. Sodium Pump. 2001. V. The Axon. Understanding Neural Networks & Fuzzy logic. Erwin Kaplan. base pairing. Vibrations in nuclear reactor during fission. Cell-Cell variability in gen expression. Breeder reactors. probability density.B..O. Developing Neuron (Forming Networks). difference between AT & GC pairing. concepts of phase space basic postulates of statistical mechanics. Fermi – Dirac probability function. I year. NJ 08855-1331 2. The Synapse. Q-value of nuclear reaction.Tech. Membrane Proteins. mutuation and cross over functions. Box 1331 Piscataway. de Broglie relation. Fermi energy level. chromos. Basic concepts & Application. nuclear models – Liquid drop and shell model. Quantum statistics: Fermi – Dirac and Bose – Einstein distribution. Nuclear Physics. II Semester Examination Theory Paper-III (Common to all Branches) E&E/SE/EP/AE AS – 113 Applied Science L T P Credit 3 1 0 4 Section – A (Physics) UNIT I Quantum Physics: Failure of classical physics. DNA melting and annealing. UNIT III Nuclear Physics: Nuclear properties. input function of a gene. IEEE Press 445 Hoes Lane. Stamatios. Compton effect. Physics for Engineers. constituent of the nucleus. The Synapse as a Biocomputer. Cell’s Biological Memory. wave function. measurement of these vibrations. P. binding energy. Types of Synapses. Fusion reactor. expectation values and eigen value equation. DNA model Genes. concept of degeneracy and tunneling. 22 . Cell Membrane Structure. Action Potential (Cell Firing). Section-B (Bio-Technology) UNIT IV DNA Structure: Covalent structure of DNA. Cell Resting Potential. Membrane Strength. UNIT V Neuron Physiology. Srinivasan. Maxwell – Boltzmann distribution law. New Age International Publishers. Suggested Readings: 1. 3.

role of matrix in composites. Kenneth G. India Branch. Magnetic Materials: Dia-para. Limitations of conventional engineering materials. Solid State Physics. Wahab M. photo conducting polymers.W.N. Budinski. conduction process.. 1994.114 Engineering Materials L T P Credits 3 1 0 SECTION – A (Physics) 4 UNIT I Crystal Structure: Bravis lattices . Metallic Conduction: Energy distribution of electrons in a metal. different kinds of bending. SECTION – B (Chemistry) UNIT III Composite Material: Introduction. Michel. Wang M. Solid State Physics. Simple crystal structures. Elementary Solid State Physic. J. 2002. ferro-magnetism ferrites... 2. K. ceramic matrix composites carbon-carbon composites. applications of composites. Life time and recombination.. cellulories. New Delhi. Buinshi. Pearson Education(Singapore) Pvt. 7 th Edition. Engineering Materials Properties and Selection. Ferro-magnetism. & Sons Publication 3. Ali Omar M. Miller indices . polynucleotides. New Age International Publication 4. Kittel. properties of nanoparticles. UNIT V Bio-Materials: Introduction. inherently conducting polymers. carbon clusters. polysachharides. Suggested Readings: 1. Solid State Physic@Narosa Publishing house. applications. 5. UNIT IV Conducting Polymers: Introduction. II Semester Examination Theory Paper-IV (Common to all Branches) AS. Antiferro. 6. statistics of holes and electrons. Pillai S. applications of conducting polymers. carbon nanotubes and their applications. ferri.O.. 1999. 23 .Tech I year. draft and diffusion in P N junction Transistor action. New Delhi. Effect of temperature on conductivity. nanocomposites. Wiley New York. reinforcements.A. Environmental effects on composites. Fermi level. Polymers for electronic and photonic applications. matrix materials. 7th Edition. Singapore (Prentice Hall). metal matrix composites. P and N type of semiconductors. proteins. different approaches for making conducting polymers. Ltd. 2002. Hall effect. polymer matrix composites.B. Nano-Materials: Introduction. UNIT II Semi Conductors: Band theory of solids. Pearson.

equation of equilibrium. classification of welding techniques. Moment of a force. Casting processes: Principals of metal casting . solution of simple plane trusses by analytical and graphical methods. stream lines. Manufacturing Process: Functions and principle of working of drilling. chipping thread cutting(die). Pressure variation in a static fluid. lateral strain and Poison’s ratio. Bending Moment and Shear Force Diagrams: Cantilevers and simply supported beams carrying various types of loads. types and allowance. General description of fluid motion. high temperature metals. velocity gradient. equivalent force system. particle acceleration.. tools and equipment. rotation and rate of strain. fluid properties. marking and marking tools. compressive shear and volumetric stresses and strains complementary shear stress. ME – 115 B. Theory of Simple Bending. milling. Smithy and Forging: Basics operations Metal joining : Welding Principals.Tech. Determination of bending stresses: deflection of beams. UNIT IV Sheet Metal Work: Common Processes. standard specification for sheets.L T P Credits 3 1 0 4 UNIT I Review of Basic Laws: Force. UNIT III Fluid Mechanics: Fluid and flow. Bench Work and Fitting: Fitting sewing. UNIT II Simple Stresses and Strains: Description of tensile. Hydrostatic forces on plane and curved surfaces. pattern materials. metals used for sheets. cutting tool materials. tapping. II Semester Examination Theory Paper-V (Common to all Branches) Mechanical Sciences 24 . frictional force. shaper and universal lathe.I year. Stability of submerged and floating bodies. lathe. first moment and second moment of area. study of hand tools. continuity equation. UNIT V Materials: Bearing metals. couple.

Inheritance. Class Declarations in C++. Objects in Small talk UNIT IV FUNCTIONAL PROGRAMMING: Elements of Functional Programming: A Little Language of Expression. Types : Data Representation : The Role of Type. Variants of Grammars. Object Oriented Programming in C++. Language Description-Syntactic Structure: Expression Notation. Design Considerations : Syntax. Abstract Syntax Trees. Exception Handling in ML (Meta Language). Type Checking. Procedure Activations: Introduction to Procedures. Context-Free Grammars. Arrays: Sequences of Elements.Tech. Structure of Lists. Programming Paradigms. Control flow in C. Templates: Parameterized Types. 25 . Language Implementation. Lexical Scope: Nested Procedures and Pascal. Scope Rules for Names. Handling Special Cases in Loops. Unions and Variant Records. Lists Manipulation. Approaches to Expression Evaluation. Types: Values and Operations. Functional Programming in a Typed Language: Exploring a List. Implementation of Objects in C++. Syntax-Directed Control Flow.B. Functional Programming with Lists: Scheme. Information Hiding. Nested Scopes in the Source Text. Function Declaration by Cases. Grammars. Programming with Invariants. Dynamic Allocation in C++. Functions as First – Class Values. Functions Declarations. Two String Tables. II Semester Examination Theory Paper-VI (Common to all Branches) COE– 116 Principles of Programming Languages L T P Credits 2 1 0 3 UNIT 1 INTRODUCTION :--The Role of Programming Languages : Toward Higher-Level Languages. Lexical Syntax. Basic Types. Storage Allocation of Lists. Types and Error Checking. Object Oriented Programming: What is an Object?. Proof Rules for Partial Correctness. Records : Named Fields. Data Types. Derive Classes and Information Hiding. ML : Implicit Types. I year. Sets. Object – Oriented Thinking. Modules and Defined Types. A Motivating Example: Differentiation. UNIT III OBJECT PROGRAMMING:-Groupings of Data and Operations: Constructs for program Structuring. Program Design with Modules. for Expressions. Simplification of Expression. Lexical Scope. Pointers: Efficiency and Dynamic Allocation. Parameter-Passing Methods. Lexical Scope: Procedures as in C. a Dialect of Lisp. UNIT II IMPERATIVE PROGRAMMING:-Statements: Structured Programming The Need for Structured Programming. Activation Records. Problems of scale.

New Delhi. B.. line symbols. UNIT IV Isometric and Orthographic: First and Third angle of system of projection sketching of Orthographic views from pictorial views and vice –versa principles and type of sectioning. K. Projections of Points and Lines: Introduction of planes of projection. Projection of Solids: Simple cases when solid is placed in different positions. and Vaish Wanar.. R. Narayana. Axis. Scales. UNIT III Projections of Plane Figures: Different cases of plane figure (of different shapes) making different angles with one or both reference planes and lines lying in the plane figures making different given angles (with one or both reference planes). Significance and scope of engineering drawing Lettering.Tech I year. 3. “Elementary Engineering Drawing”. conversion of oblique plane into auxiliary plane and solution of related problems.D. Jain Brothers. 26 . 2. Development of Surface Suggested Readings: 1. Bhatt N. 1998.I. “Engineering Graphics”. projections of points and lines in different quadrants. Tata McGraw Hill. New Delhi.M. II Semester Examination Practical Paper-I (Common to all Branches) ME– 117 Engineering Graphics UNIT I General: Importance. projections on auxiliary planes. projections of points lines in the planes. and Chandra Satish.L.. Lakshminarayaan. rules of printing. A. traces. Reference and auxiliary planes. Obtaining true shape of the plane figure by projection.S. intersecting and non-intersecting lines. “Engineering Graphics”.1988.S.B. their traces. Different types of Projections. UNIT II Planes Other than the Reference Planes: Introduction of other planes (perpendicular and oblique). faces and lines lying in the faces of the solid making given angles. “Engineering Graphics”. 4. Sense of Proportioning. 1998. 1998. Specification. Anand. Charotar Book Stall. inclinations. Dimensioning. and Kannaiah. Narosa. inclinations etc. V. shortest distance. and true lengths of the lines. Chandra. P..

shaping and etc L T P Credits 0 03 3 27 .B. II Semester Examination Practical Paper-III (Common to all Branches) 2 COE-119 Programming Language Laboratory Practical Based on course work corresponding COE-116 L T P Credits 0 0 2 B.Tech I year. II Semester Examination Practical Paper-II (Common to all Branches) ME-118 Mechanical Science Lab Laboratory Practical Based on course work corresponding ME-115 L T P Credits 0 02 B.Tech I year.Tech I year.Tech I year. II Semester Examination Practical Paper-IV (Common to all Branches) 2 PE-120 Mechanical Workshop Practical on drilling. II Semester Examination Practical Paper-II (Common to all Branches) ME-117 Engg. lathe. Graphics Laboratory Practical Based on course work corresponding ME-117 L T P Credits 0 02 2 B. milling.

CC and CB amplifier configurations. Suggested Readings: 1.David A. Sedra A. . high frequency response of CS and CE amplifier. 2003. frequency stability. (Fifth Edition) 2. Transistor as an amplifier and small signal model. etc.Halkias. Christos C. Basic single stage MOSFET amplifiers. 28 . ‘Electronic Devices and Circuits’.Bell. digital logic inverters. CE. Transistor biasing. Microelectronic Circuits. Electronic Devices & Circuit Theory Robert L Boylestad Louis Nashelsky PHI 3. ‘Electronic Devices and Circuits’. rectifier circuits. MOS differential amplifiers. frequency response of the differential amplifier etc. internal capacitances and second order effects UNIT III MOSFETs and Field Effect Transistors: Structure and physical operation of enhancement type MOSFET. EEE 201 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) Electronics Devices & circuits L T P Credit 3 1 0 4 UNIT I Introduction to Electronics: Signals. New Delhi. and Smith K. CB. Nyquist criterion for stability. symbols. amplifiers. circuit models of amplifiers. Prentice Hall of India Private Limited. Zener diodes. all NMOS amplifier stages. Burkhausen criterion for sinusoiodal oscillators. New Delhi. MOSFET as an amplifier. limiting and clamping circuits etc. small signal models. Transistor as switch. Oxford university Press. Diodes: Ideal diodes.Jacob. depletion type MOSFET. phase shift oscillator. operation in reverse breakdown region. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Limited. UNIT II Bipolar Junction Transistors: Physical structure and modes of operation. . 4 . III Semester Examination Theory Paper-I . 2003. crystal oscillators. low frequency response of CE and CS amplifier. Multistage amplifiers. weinbridge oscillator. resonant circuit oscillators. Millman. JFETs. small signal and operation. CG and cascade configurations and their frequency response. . frequency response. physical operation and terminal characteristics. graphical representation of transistor characteristics. etc. differential amplifiers with active loads. UNIT IV Frequency Response: s-domain analysis of amplifier transfer function.B. S. C . Large signal model of the transistor. Differential and Multistage amplifiers: BJT differential pair. operation in active mode. UNIT V Feedback amplifiers and Oscillators: Principles of freed back in amplifiers advantages of negative feedbacks effect of feedback on impedances. frequency response of CC-CE cascade.Tech II year. frequency spectrum of signals. analog and digital signals. current-voltage characteristics. Analysis of transistor circuits at DC.

The Journal and Ledger. purpose of investment. Customer interaction UNIT III Management: Introduction. Type of capital. IK International Publishing House. Marketing. Engineering Manager. IK International Publishing House. income. Book keeping. 6. History of Management. Law of Demand and Supply. Type of market. 4. Business Management by Gulati. advertisement. Difference and relationship between Management. Blinder.Tech II year. New Delhi. New Delhi. Baumol Alan S. Balance sheet. Money and Bank. Elasticity of Demand and Supply: price. 2. financial ratios Suggested Readings: 1. Chand & Company Ltd. tax and subsidy. How introduction of information technology has affected different sector: Production. 5. Viva Books. Microeconomics: Principles and Policy by William J. Rajat Publications. Applied Economics: Thinking Beyond stage one by Thomas Sowill. Forecasting and decision analysis. Sources of finance. Credit creation by bank. UNIT II Modern theory of international trade. III Semester Examination Theory Paper-II EEE-202 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) EEE-202 Engineering Economics and Management UNIT I Applied Economics: L T P Credit 3 10 3 Economics – introduction. Kharka S. 3. 29 . New Delhi. Administration and Organization. Management Process Organizational Behavior by Karm Pal. monetary policy and fiscal policy.S. cross. Financial Accountancy. Production function and factor of production. Fundamentals of Management (concepts Functions Role and Profile) By S. Economics for Engineering Student. Harcourt College Publishers. R. Problems of Indian economy and how engineers can help in their alleviation. Management obligation and ethical considerations UNIT IV Financial Management: Concepts.B.

B. Thevenin. concept of transforms impedance. L. periodic waveforms and signal synthesis. Hayt. ramp. parallel. UNIT III Two port networks – z.. cut sets. their inter conversion. LTI systems and their properties. III Semester Examination Theory Paper-IV. RC. Press 30 . C circuits for impulse. “Network analysis and synthesis” John Weily and Sons. image parameters and basics of two-port synthesis Suggested Readings: 1. Superposition. 2. step. 5. Maximum Power Transfer. “Design of Feedback Control System. M. UNIT IV Network theorems: Reciprocity. sinusoidal and exponential signals. 2nd Edition. h. cutest and loop analysis. Oxford University. g. C series. R. 3. UNIT II Laplace Transform: Review of properties and applications of Laplace transform of complex waveform and transient response of R. 4.E. Valkenburg. TMH Desoer and Kuh. inverse ABCD parameters . loops. Synthesis of LC. system modeling in terms of differential equations and transient response of R. F. Miiler and its dual. F. Cauer’s I & II forms. Tellegen’ Network Topology and Graph theory : introductory concepts of network graphs.Tech II year. UNIT V Elements of Network Synthesis: Positive real functions.“ Network analysis” PHI. “Basic Circuit Theory” McGrawhill International Student EditionStefani. definition & properties. series-parallel circuits for all kinds of excitations. L. Decarlo & Lin “Linear circuit Analysis Oxford Universit Kuo. interconnection of two 2-port networks. ABCD. Foster’s I and II. Kemmerly & Durbin . Norton.” Engineering Cuircuit Analysis. T. their classification and types. y. RL Networks. EEE-203 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) Network analysis and synthesis L T P Credit 3 1 0 4 UNIT I Introduction to continuous and discrete signals. 2000.

second order and simultaneous) equations by Euler’s. Regula-falsi method and NewtonRaphson method. Skew ness. S. Exponential curves etc. Picard’s and forth-order RungeKutta methods. Crout method. Cauchy’s integral theorem. Solution of Heat. Residue theorem. Kapur.. Rate of convergence of above methods. Taylor’s and Laurent’s series. Suggested Readings :1. Simpson’s one third and three-eight rules.Lagrange. Unit – IV : Numerical Techniques – I Zeroes of transcendental and polynomial equation using Bisection method. Polynomials. Wave and Laplace equations Probability distribution: Conditional probability. singularities. Numerical Methods for Scientific and Engineering Computation. O’Neil.2000 31 . non –linear and multiple regression analysis. Mathematical Statistics. Advance Engineering Mathematics Thomson (Cengage) Learning. Interpolation: Finite differences. Solution of ordinary differential (first order.Tech II year. higher order linear equations with constant coefficients.. 2007. Lagrange’s and Newton’s divided difference formula for unequal intervals. J. 3. Probability theory.B. Jain. Numerical integration . Properties and applications of Binomial.Seidal method. Linear. C-R equations. Separation of variables. Kurtosis. Chand & company Ltd. 2003. Fitting of straight lines. Cauchy’s integral formula for derivatives of analytic function. Unit – V : Numerical Techniques –II Solution of system of linear equations. Unit II Function of Complex variable Analytic function. 2. difference tables. Iyenger & Jain. Bayes theorem. Evaluation of real integrals of the type and Unit – III : Statistical Techniques Moments. Method of least squares. Correlation. Poisson and Normal Distributions. Newton’s forward and backward interpolation . non linear first order. Trapezoidal . III Semester Examination Theory Paper-VI EEE-204 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) EEE-204.N. Curve fitting. Peter V. New Delhi . Mathematics III LTP 310 Credits 4 Unit – I : Partial differential equation: Solution of first order equations. Gauss. expected value of a random variable. Numerical differentiation. Moment generating functions. New Age International.

A. Measurement of iron losses.Thermocouple Electrostatic & rectifier type Ammeters & Voltmeters .” Electronic Instrument & Measurement Technique “prentice hall International. “ Electrical Measurement &Measuring Instrument” . medium and high resistances. 3. 4. 2. Electronic multimeter .K. Harmonics analyzer .Three Phase Wattmeter. Q Meter. III Semester Examination Theory Paper-V. Stout .W. Wheeler& Co. Introduction to measurement of speed . Sawhney : “ Electrical & Electronic Measurement & Instrument “ . India . Determination of Hysteresis loop . Unit III : Measurement of Parameter: Different methods of measuring low.Tech II year. Widdis. Harmonics analyzer .B. Ltd. Basic CRO circuit (Block Diagram). “Basic Electrical Measurement” Prentice hall of India . Pvt.C. Measurement of Inductance & Capacitance with the help of AC Bridge. (2)Cathode Ray Oscilloscope : Electronic multimeter . Measurement System.. J. Application of CRO in measurement . Standards . India . Golding & F. Forest K.Dhanpat Rai & Sons . Gupta Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments . 32 . Errors & remedies in Wattmeter and energy meter. Characteristic of instrument & measurement system Errors in Measurement & its Analysis . Harries . Electronic Multimeter. Suggested Readings: 1. Frequency and Power factor. E.B. Application of AC Potentiometers in Electrical measurement (2) Magnetic Measurement : Ballistic Galvanometer . W. (2) Analog Measurement of Electrical Quantities : Electrodynamic . Dual trace &dual beam Oscilloscope. Unit IV : (1) AC Potentiometer : Polar type & Co-ordinate type AC potentiometer . Electrodynamic Wattmeter. S. Ltd. 5.India . Classification of instrument system . frequency meter power analyzer and harmonics analyzer. Power Analyzer.Lissajous Pattern.Cathode ray tube (CRT) & its component . Flux meter .Kataria & Sons.India.D. 6. Power Analyzer.W. Unit V : (1) Digital Measurement of Electrical Quantities: Concept of digital Measurement . “Electrical Measurement “ Willey Eastern Pvt.K. Unit II : Instrument Transformer and their application in the extension of instrument range.B. Cooper . Power in three Phase System . EEE-205 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) EEE-205 Electrical and Electronic Measurenment L T P Credit 3 1 0 4 Unit I :– (1) Philosophy Of Measurement : Methods of Measurement. M. A.Block Diagram Study of digital voltmeter.

Starting methods.C. determination of equivalent circuit parameters.. generators.Basic parts. speed control. 33 . McGraw Hill Inc. ‘Electric Machinery’.Introduction to Crossed field DC machine. alternative winding arrangements. principles of operation. Charles Kingsely Jr. cooling methodology. and high torque cage rotors.C.Umans. mmf and flux density wave forms and electromagnetic torque in electrical machines.E. 1992. ‘Electric Machines’.P. commutation.C.B. breather.. EEE-206 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) Electrical Machine -1 L T P Credits 310 4 UNIT I Electromechanical Energy Conversion: Principles of Electromechanical energy conversion & types of rotating electrical machines. Principles & characteristic of matadyne. characteristics of D. tertiary winding. compensating windings. Armature windings –lop & wave connections. Volume – I Electric Machines. Fitzgerald.Constructional features .C. parallel operation of transformers & load sharing. all day efficiency. Induction regulators. performance calculation. interlopes. salient & non-salient poles with D. torque-ship characteristics. Special purpose transformers: pulse.Tech II year. 3-phase to 6-phase. excitation voltage generated in electrical machines with concentrated & distributed windings. braking and applications. UNIT V Induction Machines: General constructional features of poly phase induction motors. Equivalent circuit. Special constructional features – cruciform. J and Kothari D. welding. current locus. excitation. losses & efficiency testing. auto transformer copper volume. motor and generator action.C. 2. 3-phase to 2-phase and 3 phase to 12 phase. UNIT II D.C. McGraw Hill Books Company. Suggested Readings: 1. characteristics of various types of D. type of transformers concepts of coupled circuits.General constructional features. 3. generators. UNIT IV Transformers in 3 phase circuits: vector groups. motors & starting methods. isolation. alternative phase connections. testing. methods of excitation. Voltage regulation. Amplydyne Rosenberg Generator & Application UNIT III Transformers :. 1990. speed control. voltage. current and impedance relationships. III Semester Examination Theory Paper-V. New York 1995. and power factor control of induction motors. circuit. Nagrath I. rectifier and high frequency transformers. braking. equivalent circuits & phase diagrams. Machines:. Nassar. bushels relay. losses and efficiency. Stephen D. ‘ Electric Machines and Power system’. condition for torque production. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. conservators. their type. armature-reaction.3-phase to 1 phase. A. Phase conversions. interconnected D. single phase & polyphase A. Syed A.

B.Tech II year. III Semester Examination Practical Paper (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) Practical Paper I EEE-207 Electronics Devices and circuit L T P Credits 0 02 2 Laboratory Practical Based on course work corresponding EEE-201 Electronics Devices and circuit Practical Paper-II L T P Credits 0 02 2 EEE-208 Electrical Machine -1 lab Laboratory Practical Based on course work corresponding EEE-206 Electrical Machine -1 Practical Paper-III L T P Credits 0 02 2 EEE-209 Electrical and Electronic Measurement Lab Laboratory Practical Based on course work corresponding EEE-204 Measurement Systems Practical Paper-IV EEE-210 Term Paper L T P Credits 0 01 1 34 .

Oxford University Press Miachael Jacob. Applications and Design with Analog Integrated Citcuits. Applications of analog switches: Programmable gain amplifiers. EEE-211 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) Linear Integrated Circuits L T P Credit 3 1 0 4 UNIT I Feedback Amplifiers: General feedback structure. UNIT IV Comparators and Timers: OP-AMP as comparator. stability problem. Sedra A. IC Power amplifiers. AB and C. Peak detector. active load. Instrumentation amplifiers. A/ D & D/A convertors. Rashid. (Fifth Edition) M. Microelectronic Circuits : Analysis and Design. BP and notch). Oxford university Press. differentiators. Log/antilog modules. inverting/non inverting VCVS. Design with Operational Amplifiers and Analog Integrated Circuits. MOS Power transistors. H. 4. 35 . IV Semester Examination Theory Paper-1. UNIT V IC OTA applications: Basic building blocks using OTA. Square and Triangular wave generator. level shifter. applications. TMH. ac and dc characteristics) basic building blocks using Op-AMPS. Voltage regulators: (78/79. integrators. IC Analog multipliers: Basic circuits. 723 IC regulators (current limiting. S. determination of loop-gain. Sample and Hold circuits. Microelectronic Circuits. Biquad filter (LP. current mirror. electronically programmable functional circuit examples. basic feedback topologies. 3. C . IC timers and their applications. Suggested References: 1. Monostable and Astable multivibrator. output stage. 2. UNIT III Non-linear Amplifiers: Logarithmic amplifiers. Precision rectifier. HP. Power BJTs. UNIT II IC OP-AMP applications: OP-AMP fundamentals (Brief review of differential amplifier. and Smith K. B.B. Oscillators. properties of negative feesback. Power Amplifiers: Classification of output stages of amplifiers (Class A. CCVS. Schmitt Trigger.Tech II year. current fold back). XX). PHI/Dorlin Kindersley Sergio Franco. SMPS.

Transit time Miscellaneous). Narrow band noise. Phase deviation and modulation index. Demodulation of FM waves. Bandwidth requirement of angle modulated system. amplitude modulation. Noise and angle modulation. shot . PAM. Generation of FM waves. Taub Schilling. AM envelop. Simon Haykin . sensitivity. Suggested Readings: 1. 3. Angle Modulation vs. P. “ Electronic Communication Systems” Pearson Education. power and current calculation). 4. AM independent sideband. Deviation sensitivity. IV Semester Examination Theory Paper-II. 2nd Edition. Types of communication system: Frequency spectrum of EM waves. Pre-emphasis and de-emphasis.Tech II year. Single sideband transmitter. AM transmitters. Noise in Angle modulated system. Noise calculations. QAM. 2. External noise ( Atmospheric . (Selectivity. Electronic communication system. PWM and PPM generation and detection. Noise in CW modulation: Noise calculation in communication system.B. “Communication Systems” John Wiley & Sons Inc. “Principles of Communication Systems” TMH. AM SSB full carrier. UNIT V Pulse Analog Modulation-Nyquist theorem: Practical sampling. AM SSB suppressed carrier. Noise in Amplitude modulation system. Comparison of single sideband transmission to conventional AM. 5th Edition 36 . Low noise Amplifier. Frequency analysis of angle modulated system. efficiency. Bandwidth and information capacity. Automatic Gain Control circuit UNIT III Single sideband communication systems: Single Sideband system. B. Single sideband generation methods. ` UNIT IV Angle Modulation system: Mathematical Analysis. Noise limiter. Mixer / converter. UNIT II Amplitude Modulation systems: Transmission (Principle. Noise temperature. AM Receivers: Receiver Parameters. Noise figure. “ Modern Digital and Analog Communication System” Oxford University Press – 3rd Edition. spectrum. TRF Receiver. Transmission Noise: Internal noise (Thermal. 4th Edition W. Superhetrodyne receiver. AM Modulator circuits. dynamic range. EEE-212 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) Communication Systems -1 L T P Credits 3 1 0 4 UNIT I Introduction to Electronic Communication systems: Introduction. Lathi. Extra Terrestrial). AM vestigial sideband. Tomasi. Waveforms. fidelity). Industrial . AM SSB reduced carrier. Modulation.

Second edition. ‘Electromagnetic’.Tech II year. Kraus and flesish. plane waves and plane wave reflections at conductor and dielectric interfaces. 1997. Fourth Edition. D. wave propagation in conducting and dielectric media. Sadiku. fields in dielectrics. 199 37 . Nagrath. A. William H. concept of simple medium. Joseph.P. polarization. UNIT IV Time Dependent Fields: Generalization of Maxwell’s equations in source free medium. Second Edition. Poynting Vector and Poynting Theorem UNIT V Guided Waves: Waves Between Parallel Planes. electric dipole and dipole moment. fifth Edition. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co Ltd. 2001. solenoid. Suggested Readings: 1. magnetic material. 1999. Hayt. Tata McGraw Hill. 2. New York. ‘Electromagnetic with Applications’. 5. scalar potential. magnetic vector potential. capacitors. charge density functions. „Elements of Electromagnetic‟. Velocity of Propagation. ‘Electric Machines’. Electromagnetic Field Theory 6. Transverse Electric Waves (TE).J. IV Semester Examination Theory Paper-II. dirac delta function. Oxford University Press. method of evaluating fields. D. Volume. McGraw Hill International Editions. statement and interpretation of Maxwell’s equations. statement and interpretation of Maxwell’s equations. loops. Transverse Magnetic Waves (TM). field due to number of charges. magnetic dipole M vector. 1991. Tata McGraw Hill edition. solution of magnetic static problems by separation of variables. UNIT II Static Electric Fields: Coulomb force. EEE-213 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) LTP Credits 310 4 UNIT I Mathematical Orientation: Review of gradient curl and divergence operations. boundary conditions. Kothari. ‘Theory and Problems of Electromagnetic’. Field mapping and conformal transformation. solution of Laplace equation in various coordinate system by separation of variables. calculation of inductance for simple geometries. 1993. D and P vectors.Kraus.B. Schaum Series. Edminister. McGraw Hill book Co. Attenuation of Wave in Parallel Planes. energy stored in electric fields.. fields due to various sources. field mapping and conformal transformation. Boit – Savart law. Second edition. 3. John. coordinate system and transformation of vectors in various coordinate systems. magnetic circuits. energy stored in a magnetic field. vector identities. Dirac delts representation of charges. surface and line integrals. force and torque between the current carrying conductors. Characteristics of TE and TM Waves. concept of magnetic intensity and magnetic field. I. 4. concepts of surface impedance and skin effect. ‘Engineering Electromagnetic’. UNIT III Steady Magnetic fields: Lorentz force equation. Transverse Electromagnetic Wave.

choice of transmission voltage Transmission Lines: Configurations.S. grounding practices Electrical Design of Transmission Line: Design consideration of EHV transmission lines. Stevenson. “Electrical Power Systems” New age international Ltd.Asfaq Hussain. three phase. number of circuits. Khanna Publishers 9. Gupta. insulation design. Deshpande. “Electric Power”. CBS Publishers and Distributors.Proximity effect Unit-II Over Head Transmission Lines: Calculation of inductance and capacitance of single phase. S. corona loss. various methods of neutral grounding. 4. kinds of DC links. effects of wind and ice loading. “A Course in Electrical Power”. medium and long transmission lines. methods of reducing corona and interference. bus bar. choice of voltage. potential distribution over a string of insulators. Third Edition 3. Uppal. earthing transformer. resistance of line.I 4 Unit-I Power System Components: Single line Diagram of Power system. 8. dielectric loss. Kelvin’s law. V. Gupta & Bhatnagar. EHV AC and HVDC Transmission: Introduction to EHV AC and HVDC transmission and their comparison.W. Deshpandey. “Element of Power System Analysis”.C.Singh. transmission line. single circuit and double circuit. “'Power System”. “Electrical Power System Design” Tata Mc Graw Hill. transformer. Brief description of power system Elements: Synchronous machine.” PHI Learning B. vibration dampers Insulated cables: Type of cables and their construction. Chand & Co. skin effect. L. sag template.Tech II year. factors affecting corona.B. conductor configuration. “Elements of Power System Design”.M. heating of cables Unit-V Neutral grounding: Necessity of neutral grounding. calculation of potential gradient. use of bundle conductors. dielectric stress. McGraw Hill. calculation of sag & tension. and incorporation of HVDC into AC system Suggested Readings: 1. corona formation. 6. D. Wadhwa. Surge impedance loading Unit-III Corona and Interference: Phenomenon of corona. 5.Soni. V. string efficiency Unit-IV Mechanical Design of transmission line: Catenary curve. Dhanpat Rai & Sons.M.Power System . R. circuit breaker and isolator Supply System : Different kinds of supply system and their comparison.Representation and performance of short.transmission lines. grading of cables.Electrostatic and electromagnetic interference with communication lines Overhead line Insulators: Type of insulators and their applications. insulation resistance. S. selection of ground wires.N. Tata McGraw Hill. 7. types of conductors. Ferranti effect. “Power System Analysis and Design” Third Edition. “ Electric Power Generation. capacitance of single phase and three phase cables. 2. methods of equalizing the potential. EEE-214 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) L T P Credits 3 1 0 38 . IV Semester Examination Theory Paper-IV. L. Transmission& distribution.

P. ‘Electric Machines’.H. Stephen D. power-angle characteristics. phasor diagram. and Kothari.M. 3. 1995.. ‘Electric Machines and Power System’. Single phase Induction Motor: Construction. phasor diagram and condition for maximum torque determination of equivalent circuit parameters. nonsalient pole machine. 2. ‘Electric Machinery’. universal motor characteristics single phase repulsion. 39 . New York. I. applications. two-reaction theory. motors principles of operation and operating principles. 1992. compensated and uncompensated motors. equivalent circuits. doubly excited machine as induction generator for application to wind energy. synchronous machine reactance’s and time constants. steady state equivalent circuit determination of synchronous reactance. solid state control of synchronous machines. T.. salient-pole synchronous machine. phasor diagram. Publishing Co. McGraw Hill Inc. Induction generators: Self excited induction generator. speed torque characteristics. generator and motor action. Grid connected induction generators. steady-state power flow. regulation of an alternator. voltage regulation and reactive power compensation.Tech II year. EEE-215 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) EEE-215 Electrical Machines-II L T P Credits 3 10 4 Synchronous Machines: General constructional features. Ltd. D. armature winding. Syed A. Charles Kingsley Jr. characteristics and applications.. Single phase AC Commutator Motors: Single phase series motor. McGraw Hill Book Company. flux and mmf relationship. effect of saturation. Electrical Transients and Dynamics of Electrical Machines: Electrical Transients in synchronous machines. Fitzgerald.E. New Delhi 1990. self excitation phenomenon. Suggested Readings: 1. Dynamics of synchronous and induction machines. A. double revolving field theory and cross field theory. starting methods. Nagrath. methods of excitation. Volume I.R. starting phenomena of synchronous motor. Umans.W. Nassar. control of active power by additional field winding. load characteristics effect of variation of excitation. selection of excitation capacitor. IV Semester Examination Theory Paper-IV.B.J. Interconnected synchronous generators. D.

. Pearson Education. Application & Design’. UNIT II Design of Logic gates. UNIT IV Memories: ROM. Digital Electronics Suggested Readings: 1. decoders. EEE-216 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) L T P Credits 3 10 3 UNIT I Review of number system. 2003. design of synchronous sequential circuits – Counters. FPGA. D. encoders. EPROM. Wakerly. Charles H. 3. Pearson Education. state reduction . 8th edition. subtractor. PROM. codes. 3rd edition . „Digital Fundamentals‟. 2002. PLA. digital logic families: TTL. Function realization using gates & multiplexers. multiplexers and de-multiplexers.Tech II year. Morris Mano. 4. John M. Boolean algebra : De-Morgan’s Theorem. types and conversion. 5. 2. ‘Digital Logic. „Fundamentals Logic Design‟. switching functions and simplification using K-maps & Quine McCluskey method. ‘Digital Design Principals and Practice’. Floyd. Analysis of synchronous sequential circuits . PLD.2002. CMOS. UNIT III Flip flops – SR.B. code converters. 2002. IV edition. Analysis of asynchronous sequential machines. Roth. comparators. M. John F. state assignment. JK and T. asynchronous design problem. Yarbrogh. ECL. 40 . “ Digital Design‟. state diagram . IV Semester Examination Theory Paper-IV. Jaico Publishing. state assignment – Shift Registers. Prentice Hall of India.

B. IV Semester Examination Practical Paper (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) Practical Paper I EEE-217 Linear Integrated Circuits Lab Laboratory Practical Based on course work corresponding EEE-211 Linear Integrated Circuits L T P Credits 0 02 2 Practical Paper-II EEE-218 Communication Lab Laboratory Practical Based on course work corresponding EEE-212 Control Systems L T P Credits 0 02 Practical Paper-III EEE-219 Electrical Machines-II Lab Laboratory Practical Based on course work corresponding EEE-215 and EEE-216 L T P Credits 0 02 2 2 Practical Paper-IV EEE-221 Term Paper L T P Credits 0 01 1 41 .Tech II year.

Power Electronics B.Introduction to emerging devices and circuits. turn OFF characteristic. V Semester Examination Theory Paper-I. Dubey. second quadrant and multi quadrant and multi quadrant choppers and their analysis. Pearson Education. Edited by B. V-I characteristics. Switch mode converters AC to AC converters. Multi-quadrant control of chopper fed motors. Prentice Hall. Series inverter and parallel inverters. John Wiley & Sons. space vector method.Tech III year. Erickson and Dragon Maksimovie. Active filters etc. Introduction to Induction motor drives: Comparison of variable frequency drives. 5. saturation and quasi saturation state. integrated Gate Commutated Thyristor (IGCT).. Modern Power Electronics. Converters. Introduction to synchronous motors drives and PMBLDC drives. chopper control of DC drives. Adaptive hysteresis band method. switching characteristics. A JAICO Book. Triac and its application.K. second breakdown. Bose. Power Electronic. v-I characteristics. switching characteristics. Singapore. Modern Power Electronics and Variable Frequency Drives B. University Press. Evolution. open loop and closed loop PWM schemes etc. DC to AC converters (inverters) single phase half bridge. turn ON and turn OFF characteristic. Field orientation control principles for induction motors. voltage control PWM. turn ON. three phase inverter with 120o and 180o mode of control. Undeland and William P. Enhancement of Reverse blocking capacity. current control PWM. Robbins. Englewood cliffs. power MOSFETs. W. 2. power BJT. selected harmonic elimination. Springer International Edition. Suggested Readings: 1. UNIT IV Motor Drives Applications:-Criterion for selecting drive components. Robert W. full bridge and switch mode inverters. Power Semiconductor Controlled Drives. Tore M. operation modes. DC motor drives. 3. MOS controlled thyristors. Shepherd.Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistors (IGBT) Basis structure. limitation of power handling capability. Reverse Recovery Silicon Controlled Rectifier (SCR) Structure. HVDC. converter protection and future converter applications. New Jersey.K. Power Electronics and Motor Control. control circuits design and protection circuits. performance criterion. India. Cambridge 42 . Fundamental of Power Electronics. cyclo-converters topology and structure of matrix power electronics converters. first quadrant. device limitations and safe operating area (SOA) etc. 4. Power Integrated Circuits (PIC’s) and smart power control chips. minimum ripple current . Electric Utility Applications:-Brief introduction to UPS. ratings. UNIT II Power Electronic Converters:-Single phase and three phase uncontrolled and controlled AC to DC converters analysis. rectifier control of DC motors. EEE-301 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) L T P Credit 3 10 4 UNIT I Power Semiconductor Devices (PSD): -Power Diodes. Gate turn off thyristor (GTO) vcharacteristic. Technology and Applications. Gopal K. closed loop control of DC drives. SPWM. Static Var compensators and STATCOM. UNIT III Pulse width Modulation for Power Electronics Converters:-PWM methods. Choppers principle. GTO snubber consideration exc. Bose. Applications and Design Ned Mohan.

UNIT VI Introduction to Design:-The Design Problem. Design Specifications And Performance Indices:-Standard Test Signals. Hurwitz Stability Criterion. Time Varying and Linear Time Invariant System. Time Response of Second-Order Systems. Servomechanism. and All Pass and Minimum-Phase Systems. Design Specifications of Second-Order Systems and Performance Indices. Bode Plots. Control Systems And Components:-DC and AC Servomotors. Construction of Root Loci. Sensitivity of the Roots of the Characteristic equation. Block Diagram Algebra and Signal Flow Graphs. Assessment of Relative Stability Using Nyquist Criterion and Closed-Loop Frequency Response. UNIT V Frequency Response Analysis:-Correlation Between Time and Frequency Response. UNIT II Feed Back Characteristics of Control Systems:-Feedback and Non-feedback Systems Reduction of Parameter Variations By Use of Feedback Control Over System Dynamics By Use of Feedback Control of Effects of Disturbance Single By Use of Feedback and Regenerative Feedback. Non Linear. Time Response of First-order Systems. Nyquist Stability Criterion. Synchro Error Detector. Systems with Transportation Lag. Polar Plots. Realization of Basic Compensators.B. 43 . Transfer Functions. Preliminary Considerations of Classical. PI and PID Control Action and Their Effect. UNIT III Time Response Analysis. EEE-302 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) Control Systems -1 L T P Credits 3 1 0 4 UNIT I Introduction to Control System:-Linear.Tech III year. V Semester Examination Theory Paper-II. Design. Steady-State Error and Error Constants. Differential Equations of Physical Systems. Necessary Conditions for Stability. Definition of Gain Margin and Phase Margin. Effect of Adding a Zero to a System. UNIT IV Concepts of Stability And Algebraic Criteria:-The Concept of Stability. Mathematical Models of Physical Systems. Stepper Motors etc. P. Tacho Generator and. Routh Stability Criterion and relative Stability Analysis The Root Locus Technique:-The Root Locus Concept.

Publishers 2. J. 5. Scheultz & Melsa ‘Linear Control Systems’. Ogata. S. ‘Control Systems Engineering’ New Age International. ‘Modern Control Engineering’ Prentice Hall of India. B. & Gopal M. 3. Norman. ‘Automatic Control System’ Prentice Hall of India.. Nise.Suggested Readings: 1. I. 4. C. Kuo. “Control System Engineering’ John Wiley and Sons. 44 . K. Nagrath ..

M. calculation of 3-phase short circuit current and reactance of synchronous machine. “Computer Methods in Power System Analysis” Tata Mc Graw Hill 11. I. Sukhija. Second Edition. D. Stagg and El-Abiad.S.2007. protection of equipments and line against traveling waves Suggested Readings: 1. Murthy “ Power System Analysis” B. 2003. power in terms of symmetrical components. Glover.Tech III year. Tata McGraw Hill. Mc Graw Hill.D. surge impedance. “Modern Power System Analysis” Tata Mc. EEE-303 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) L T P Credit 3 10 4 Unit-I Representation of Power System Components: Synchronous machines. 7. “Electrical Power System”. C. Jr. line flow equations and fast decoupled method Unit-IV Power System Stability: Stability and Stability limit. 8. New Age International. Formation of Zbus using singular transformation and algorithm. bus classifications. Singh.S. approximation to N-R method.Transmission lines.Overbye. W. Publications. internal voltage of loaded machines under transient conditions Unit-II Unsymmetrical faults: Analysis of single line to ground fault. nodal admittance matrix ( BUS Y ). “ Elements of Power System Analysis”. sequence impedances and sequence networks. Stevenson. Symmetrical fault analysis: Transient in R-L series circuit. J. V Semester Examination Theory Paper-III. 2. P. T. Kothari & Nagrath. “ Electrical Power Systems” New Age International.L. Impedance and reactance diagram. Hadi Sadat. One line diagram.S. 3. 45 . line-to-line fault and Double Line to ground fault on an unloaded generators and power system network with and without fault impedance. 2006. P. L.J. reflection and transmission of traveling waves under different line loadings. “Power System Analysis”. 9. 12. “Power System Analysis” Oxford University Press. Elgerd. Chakraborthy. Olle.Das. “Advanced Power System Analysis & Dynamics”. New Age International 6. 2008. derivation of Swing equation. transient stability studies by equal area criterion and step-by-step method. “Power System Engineering”.S. computer method for short circuit calculations Unit-III Load Flows: Introduction. development of load flow equations. “Power System Analysis and Design” Thomson.K Nagsarkar & M.Gupta & Bhatnagar. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. Soni. Graw Hill.Power System II B. 5. Sharma & T. Factors affecting steady state and transient stability and methods of improvement Unit-V Traveling Waves: Wave equation for uniform Transmission lines. load flow solution using Gauss Siedel and Newton-Raphson method. Transformers. velocity of propagation. New Delhi.D. per unit System Symmetrical components: Symmetrical Components of unbalanced phasors. 10. Steady state stability study.2007.R. Dhanpat Rai & Co. ‘Electric Energy Systems Theory – An Introduction’. Wadhwa. 4. Bewlay‟s lattice diagram.

4. V. PHI. R. Digital Signal Processing.K Mitra “Digital Signal Processing – A Computer based Approach” Tata Mcgraw Hill New Delhi 46 .Tech III year. Frequency response . digital design using impulse and variant and bilinear transformation. 7. Quantization. Oppenheim.Computation of DFT using –DIT & DIF – FFT using radix 2 – Butterfly structure Unit IV Digital filter design: FIR & IIR filter realization – parallel & cascade forms . Casual Stable Dynamic recursive . Lyons.G. Schafer. IIR Design . Analog and Digital Signal Processing. Analog to Digital Conversion UNIT II Discrete Time System Analysis: Z transform and its properties Inverse Z Transform. Understanding Digital Signal Processing. 1975 Richard G. Discrete-Time Signal Processing. Classification of Signals : Continuous and discrete Energy and Power. Quantization error. V Semester Examination Theory Paper-V. time variant . L. 3. 6. Theory and Applications of Digital Signal Processing. Nyquist state and Aliasing Effect. Sampling Techniques. Introduction to Digital Signal Processing. 5. EEE-304 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) L T P Credit 3 10 4 UNIT I Introduction: Classification of Systems : Continuous . Spectral density . Difference equation-Solution by Z transform Application to Discrete System. John G. Digital Signal Representation. Discrete Fourier Series Unit III Discrete Fourier Transformer & Computation: DFT Properties . Stability Analysis. FIR design Windowing Techniques – need And choice of windows – liner phase characteristics . S. pre warping – frequency transformation Unit-V Programmable DSP Chips: Architecture and features of TMS320C54 Signal Processing Chip. Mathematical representation of Signals. Analog filter design – Buttervorth & chevyshev approximation .Quantization effects designing digital Filters Suggested Readings: 1. 2. Roman Kuc . R.Warping . Rabiner. D. discrete . Gold . Manolakis. W.Digital Signal Processing B. Ashok Ambardar. convolution – Fourier transform of Discrete Sequence . Proakis. magnitude & phase representation . B. Linear .

B.Tech III year, V Semester Examination Theory Paper-V, EEE-305 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) Microprocessor and Applications L T P Credits 3 1 0 4 UNIT I Microprocessor Architecture: -Functional block diagram, signals, buses, memory and its interfacing, I/O ports and mapping, Timing diagram, interrupts structure, concepts of data transfer. Basic idea regarding fetching and execution of simple programmers from CPU. UNIT II Programming in assembly Languages: -Instruction format and addressing modes, assembly language format, and data transfer, data manipulation and control instructions, programming for loop structure with counting and indexing application of look up table, subroutine, stack operation, polling and interrupt based control transfer. UNIT III Peripheral interfacing:-Hard shaking bidirectional data transfer, study of architecture and programming peripheral interface, 8255 PP1,8251 USART, 8279 keyboard and display controller, 8253 timer/counter interface. A/D and D/A converter interfacing, serial communication. UNIT IV Arithmetic operators and algorithms:-Fixed point, floating point and fractional arithmetic operations (Addition, substation, Multiplication and division), signed arithmetic, overflow conditions, Boolean algorithm. Applications:-Keyboard & display interface, stepper motor control application to measurement & instrumentation, distributed data acquisition system, assessment of power factor, real & reactive power. Suggested Readings:

1. Gaonkar, Ramesh S, “Microprocessor Architecture, programming and applications with the 8085” Pen ram International Publishing 5th Ed. 2. Ray, A.K. & Burchandi, K.M., “Advanced Microprocessors and Peripherals: Architecture, Programaming and Interfacing” Tata Mc. Graw Hill. 3. Krishna Kant, “Microprocessors and Microcontrollers” PHI Learning. 4. Brey, Barry B. “INTEL Microprocessors” Prentice Hall ( India) 5. ADitya P Mathur, “Introduction to Microprocessor” Tata Mc Graw Hill 6. M. Rafiquzzaman, “Microprocessors- Theory and applications” PHI 7. B. Ram, “Advanced Microprocessor & Interfacing” Tata McGraw Hill 8. Renu Singh & B.P.Singh, “Microprocessor and Interfacing and applications” New Age International 9. Hall D.V., “Microprocessors Interfacing” Tata Mc Graw Hill 10. Liu and Gibson G.A., “Microcomputer Systems: The 8086/8088 Family” Prentice Hall (India)

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B.Tech III year, V Semester Examination Practical Paper (Electrical and Electronics Engineering )

Practical Paper I EEE-306 Power System Lab Laboratory Practical Based on course work corresponding
(Based on Power System I and II)

L T P Credits 0 02 2 Practical Paper-II EEE-307 Control System Lab Laboratory Practical Based on course work corresponding (Based on Control System) L T P Credits 0 02 Practical Paper-III EEE-308 Microprocessor and Applications Lab Laboratory Practical Based on course work corresponding EEE-305
Microprocessor and Applications

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L T P Credits 0 02 2 Practical Paper-IV EEE-309 Minor Project L T P Credits 0 00 4

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B.Tech III year, VI Semester Examination Theory Paper-V, EEE-311 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Electrical Drives

L T P Credit 3 1 0 4

UNIT I Review of conventional methods of speed control D.C. Drives. Different method of chopper control of D.C. Drives; their merits and demerits. Steady and transient state analysis of chopper controlled D.C. Drives using TRC and CLC control strategies. Phase controlled D.C. Drives Steady and transient state analysis in motoring and regenerative braking modes of operation. Dual converter controlled derives, closed loop dc drives. Recent trends in control of dc drives; permanent magnet dc drives, solar power driven dc drives. UNIT II Induction motor drives: Equivalent circuit , different speed control methods and their analysis; voltage control, constant volt/Hz control, chopper control of rotor resistance, vector control , closed loop control , braking operation , operation with current source , operation with non sinusoidal power supply, static scherbuis and Kramer drives. UNIT III Synchronous Motors drives: Equivalent circuit motoring and braking operation, operation with non sinusoidal power supply, speed control, self controlled Synchronous Motors drives, brushless ac and dc motor drives. Suggested Readings: 1. 2. 3. 4. G.K. Dubey Power semiconductor controlled derives ,Prentice Hall B.K.Bose Power electronics and AC drives, Prentice Hall. JMD Murphy & FG Turnbull Power electronics control of AC motors, Pergamon, P.C.Sen Power electronics IInd edition J.Wiley International

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B.Tech III year, VI Semester Examination Theory Paper-V, EEE-312 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering Power System Protection L T P Credits 3 1 0 4 UNIT I Fault calculations: Calculation of symmetrical and unsymmetrical fault currents in power system networks using the symmetrical components, use of current limiting reactors. UNIT II Introduction to protective schemes: Principles and need for protective schemes, zones of protection and essential quantities of protection, protection scheme. Apparatus protection:-Transformer generator, motor, protection of bus bars and transmission lines current. UNIT III Operating principles of relays universal relays: torque equation R-X diagram. Electromagnetic relays – over current, directional distance and differential negative sequence relays – static relays – amplitude and phase comparators. Microprocessor and PC based relaying. UNIT IV Switch gear: - Classification of switch gear, arcing phenomenon and principal of are interruption AC and DC circuit breaker different types of circuit breakers and their construction. Features of Air blast, vacuum, SF6 CBs, Testing and selection of circuit breakers.

Suggested Readings: 1. B. Racindranath, and N. Chander, Wiley Eastern Ltd., New Delhi 2. C. Russel Mason, Art and Science of Protective Relaying, Wiley Eastern Ltd., New Delhi

3. Sunil S. Rao, Power System Protection, Khanna Publications, New Delhi 4. P.M. Anderson, Power System Protection, IEEE Press 5. Power System Protection (Vol.1-IV)IEE Press 6. B. Ram, DH Vishwakarma, Power System Protection and Switchgear, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd., New Delhi

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‘The 8051 Microcontroller and Embedded systems’. Pearson Education. C. EEE-313 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) Microcontroller and Embedded System L T P Credit 3 10 4 UNIT I 8051 Architecture: Basic organization – 8051 CPU structure – Register file – Interrupts – Timers – Port circuits – Instruction set – Timing diagram – addressing modes – Simple Program and Applications. Requirements of embedded systems.Tech III year. instruction set. Suggested Readings: 1. “Design with PIC micro – controllers”. Description of timing and control units. MC68HC11. New Jersey.PIC microcontroller UNIT III Case Study Using 8051 and 8096: Real Time clock – DC Motor Speed Control – Generation of Gating Signals for Converters and Inverters – Frequency Measurement – Temperature Control. Michael Slater. Peatman. John B. Organization of a microprocessor.. 1989 6. 1999. low power consumption. interfacing memory & I/O devices Synchronous & Asynchronous data transfer. “Design with micro – controllers”. efficient use of memory. VI Semester Examination Theory Paper-III. Singapore. simple program and applications. Santa Clara. Embedded Applications. 2004.B.categories of embedded systems. McGraw Hill International Ltd. Prentice Hall. 4. Myko Predko. PIC16CXX. Janice Gillispie mazidi. UNIT II Peripherals and Interfacing of 8096:Analog Interface – Serial Ports – Watch dog timers – Real Time Clock – Multitasking – Bus control – Memory Timing – External ROM and RAM expansion – PWM control – A/D interfacing. Hardware Architecture for embedded systems. 5. efficient I/O testing and debugging.U. 1991.P. Interrupt. Intel manual on 16 bit embedded controllers. 1989. . Muhammad Ali Mazidi. “Microprocessor based design’. Pearson Education Asia 2004 51 . DMA. Tata McGraw Hill.timing diagram. approximate execution time. address modes. cost effectiveness. Co design operating system. challenges and issues in embedded software development. 8097. Real time Networked and Mobile etc. Peatman. Reliability. Introduction to Pentium and Pro-Pentium microprocessor. SLK-51 microcontrollers. Polling. register organization. 3. Stand alone. UNIT IV Embedded system and their components. John B. ‘Programming and customizing the 8051 micro controller’. Basic organization of 8051. 2. A Comprehensive guide to effective hardware design. Peripherals and Interfacing of 8051: Typical Bus structure – Bus – memory organization – Timing characteristics – Extended Model and Memory Interfacing – Polling – Interfacing Basic I/O devices – Analog and Digital interfacing – PWM mode operation – Serial port application. efficient use of processing power.

LZ coding. Reed Soloman codes. Binary symmetric channel. code rate & redundancy. Shannon Hartley capacity theorem. moments. ergodicity. “ Electronic Communication Systems” Pearson Education. Channel Coding: Discrete memory less channel. VI Semester Examination Theory Paper-IV. RZ.ADM . linear block codes. “Principles of Communication Systems” TMH. companding . 3. QPSK MSK coherent and non coherent detection of ASK . UNIT IIIProbability of bit error for coherently detected BPSK FSK differentially. PCM . Simon Haykin .FSK . Taub Schilling.DPCM . correlation & autocorrelation and covariance functions.PSK DPSK. intersymbol interference . power spectral density. P. High density bipolar code. Random variable.Mary waveforms . uniform and non.uniform quantization. channel characterization . Bandpass modulation and demodulation :ASK . Lathi. error performance of binary signaling . B. Baseband Modulation: Review of sampling theorem. Gaussian distribution.Tech III year. demodulation and detection of shaped pulses . AMI coding .PSK and other keying techniques. Shannon limit. DPSK etc and comparison of bit error performance for various modulation types. convolution codes. 5th Edition 52 .DM . binary with n-zero substitution codes. 4th Edition W. Tomasi. entropy. Suggested Readings: 1. Huffman coding. 2. matched filters. UNIT II Baseband Detection: Error performance degradation in communication system. Walsh codes. maximum likelihood receiver structure.FSK . “Communication Systems” John Wiley & Sons Inc. UNIT IV Line coding: NRZ. EEE-314 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) Communication Systems– II L T P Credit 3 10 4 UNIT I Random Process Probability. 4.B. Random Process. Parity code. 2nd Edition.eye pattern. mean. “ Modern Digital and Analog Communication System” Oxford University Press – 3rd Edition.

6. Principles of measurement systems. PHI 5. Northrop. Carr.K. peak detectors.J. FSK. multi function convertors . acceleration. resistance thermometers. A.P. piezoresistive sensing elements. 3d. multimeter. Piezoelectric. logic analyzers etc. PHI. LVDT and displacement sensors. virtual Instruments. Ed. Error detection and correction. Electrochemical sensors. Pearson Education. Electrical & Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation. Current transmitters Time division multiplexing Typical DAS. Capacitive sensing elements: variable. area & dielectric type. spectrum analyzers. pressure sensors. Bentley. 2. Dhanpat Rai & Sons. Taylor & Francis 53 . UNIT IV Data acquisition and communication:-AC carrier systems. Students reference manual for Electronic instrumentation laboratory Stanley wolf & R. Isolation Amplifiers . absolute isolation amplifier. 3. PSK etc. magnetic – optic current sensors UNIT III Specialized Analog Instruments : Instrumentation Amplifier. strain gauges. hall effect transducer. 3rd J. Inductive sensing elements: variable reluctance. FSK. EEE-315 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) Instrumentation System L T P Credits 3 10 4 UNIT I Introduction to a general instrumentation system:-Single line diagram and introduction to various components of a general instrumentation system. digital instruments.true rms convertors. energy meter frequency meters . Signals and noise in instrumentation: Introduction to deterministic and random signals.F. analog Instruments . 1990 4. Elements of electronic instrumentation and measurement. Serial and parallel digital signal. DAC Voltmeter. power spectral density and auto cross co-relation functions. IEEE-488. Design and Application of analog integrated circuits Sidney soclof. separation. Communication system for measurement different buses like.Statistical representation of random signals (probability density. Introduction to Instrumentation & Measurements by Robert B. torque. auto zero amplifier. track & hold circuits. fiber optic sensors. Effect of noise and interference on measurement circuits. Noise sources and coupling mechanism. V Semester Examination Theory Paper-II.M. Thermocouples. UNIT II Sensing elements (transducers):Potentiometers.Tech III year. smith. Force.B. Sawhney. Velocity sensors/speed sensors. J. Digital Instruments : ADC . Pearson education. Methods of reducing effects of noise and interference.RS 432 RS 485 Suggested Readings: 1.

B. VI Semester Examination Practical Paper (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) Practical Paper I EEE-316 Power Electronics and Electrical Drives Lab Laboratory Practical Based on course work corresponding Power Electronics and Electrical Drives L T P Credits 0 02 2 Practical Paper-II EEE-317 Microcontroller and Embedded System Lab Laboratory Practical Based on course work corresponding EEE-313 Microcontroller and Embedded System L T P Credits 0 02 2 Practical Paper-III EEE-319 Minor Project L T P Credits 0 00 4 Practical Paper-IV EEE-320 Industrial Training L T P Credits 0 00 2 54 .Tech III year.

“Automatic Control System” . controllability and observability. Oxford University Press 3. C. Methods of constructing Lyapunov functions for nonlinear systems.Linear Vs nonlinear Examples. “Digital Control System”. EEE-401 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) Control System II L T P Credits 3 1 0 4. transfer function. Design of state feedback – pole assignment techniques etc. B. “Digital Control System-Theory. F. UNIT I State Space Analysis:-Introduction to state variables. C. relationship between state models and transfer functions.. VII Semester Examination Theory Paper-V. Kuo.B. Signal conversion and processing. C. concepts of zero. phase variables and canonical variables etc. relationship between s and z domain. McGraw-Hill International Editions 55 . UNIT IV z-Transformation and properties. solution of linear difference equations using z-transformation. inverse z-transformation. state transition matrix and its properties.Incidental and Intentional – Mathematical description – Equilibria and linearization – Stability. H.. Hardware. Realization of various state models for continuous time . Software”. UNIT II Non linear system. physical variables. Kuo. solution of state equation.The Direct method of Lyapunov and the linear system. UNIT III Sampled Data Systems: – Introduction to discrete data systems. G. first and second order holds. Suggested Readings: 1. and Lamont. and Golangarhi.. B.Tech IV year.Lyapunov function. Houpis. block diagrams and signal flow graphs. John Wiley and Sons 2.Description & Stability : . mathematical modeling of sampling process and reconstruction. B.

Static Reactive Power Compensation. Suggested Readings: 1. Mitigation of power quality problems using power electronic conditioners. Power. harmonics creating loads. Hingonano and Laszlo Gyugyi “Understanding FACTS” . Miller. Static condense (STATCON). shunt series hybrid filters. harmonics. T. John Wiley & Sons. Unit IV Mitigation of harmonics. Control strategies to improve system stability Unit III Power Quality problems in distribution systems. Static synchronous series compensator (SSSC) and unified power flow controller (UPFC) Modeling and Analysis of FACTS controllers.B. harmonic prorogation series and parallel resonances. Active filters. EEE-402 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) Flexiable AC Transmission System Unit I Steady state and dynamic problems in AC Systems. 2. Quality. E. passive filters. Heydt. T. VII Semester Examination Theory Paper-II. modeling. 1982 56 . filters. Flexible AC transmission systems (FACTS)] Unit II Static phase shifters (SPS). voltage sags & swells. G. New York.Tech IV year. Stars in a circle publications. Narain G. harmonic power flow. voltage flicker. Indiana. IEEE standards. 1991 3. J.

Energy released in reactions.Limited. reactor safety. 3. Nuclear power plant layout. instability. Ken Kok”Nuclear Engineering Hand book” by Taylor and Francis.Comparison of Nuclear and Fossil fuel. reactor power level measurement. Heat generation and heat removal from the reactor. Interaction of radiation with matter. Myerscough Modern power Station Practise Ram. 57 . CANDU. mass energy equivalence.B. UNIT IV Nuclear power station operation. Fuel cycles. steam-cycles.Banerjee “Nulclear power in india” . VII Semester Examination Elective-1.S. superheat in water reactor Fast Breeder Reactors.B. “Basic Nuclear Engineering” New international pvt. Basics atomic structure. EEE-403-1 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) Nuclear Power Engineering LT P Credit 3 1 0 4 UNIT I Introduction to Nuclear Physics. safety circuits Suggested Readings 1.Sharma. Pressurized water reactors.Tech IV year. UNIT II Nuclear Power reactors:. 2. UNIT III Types of Thermal Reactors: Boiling Water. effects of temperature.B. instrumentation and control: Irradiation effects. P.K. nuclear reactions fission and fusion. start up and shunt down. High temperature gas cooled reactor. 4. Radiation Shielding. reactor control. N.

time tagged data. various communication channels. Woolenberg. status indications. Configuration. majored values. transmission & monitoring. multicontrol centers. John Wiley & Sons. telephone lines. displays. alarm and event loggers. data acquisition. disturbance data collection and analysis. 4. opening. VII Semester Examination Elective-1. data concentrators. 4. EEE-403 -2 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) LTP 310 Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition System 1. production control and load management economic dispatch. redundant dual processor. Performance considerations: real time operation system requirements. Credits 4 58 .Tech IV year.valve. Regulatory functions: Set points and feed back loops.local system. report and printing facilities. Control Function: ON/ OFF control of lines. 2. George L Kusic "Computer Aided Power System Analysis". modularization of software programming languages. 2. power line carrier. mimic diagrams. RTUs. operator dialogues. 5. Overview of the methods of data acquisition systems. "Switchgear Protection & Control System" Khanna Publishers 11th Edition.single processor. closing etc. fiber optical channels and satellites. communication system and central system. MAN. system configuration. 3.. transformers. Sunil S Rao. distributed centers and power pool management. " Power System Control Technology". A. energy values. microwaves. Prentice Hall International. Energy Management Center: Functions performed at a centralized management center. capacitors and applications in process in industry .NONredundant. EMS and network data basis. general structure. General Theory Purpose and necessity. Prentice Hall of India. Data basis. transducers. J. "Power Generation Operation and Control".SCADA.Machine Communication: Operator consoles and VDUs. general power system hierarchical Structure. 3. Torsten Cergrell.cables. Supervisory and Control Functions: Data acquisitions. monitoring alarm and event application processing. SCADA system structure . Text Books: 1. commonly acquired data.B. Wood and B. Calculation and report preparation.

function diagram. Design & simulation by B. multi position. VII Semester Examination Elective-1.Modeling. Ltd. process load. self regulation .error. 5. control system parameters.J Astrom.EEE-403 . programming. method of moments. three parameter model. four parameter model. control lag. P. priogrammable controllers. minimum integral of absolute error (IAE). disturbance model. Uncertainty & Information – G.controller modes : discontinuous – two position . Liptak Process Control Instrumentation – Anderson PID controllers – A.B. damped. +Suggested Readings : 1. A Folger (PHI) Neural Networks & Fuzzy sets – B.Tech IV year. Johnson (John Willy & Sons) Process Control Instrumentation engineers handbook – B. Tom hagglund (ISA) publication Fuzzy Sets. UNIT IV Programmable Logic controllers: ISA logic symbols.step response method – two parameter model. T. 3. ladder diagram. 59 . oscillation method process reaction curve and open loop tuning. 6. models for oscillatory systems. Process control Instrument Technology – Curtis D. Low Prize Education Process control. variable range. control parameter range. cycling. UNIT II Controller principles: Process characteristics – process equation . 2. .Control paradigms : cascade control. relay sequence . 8. operation. Wayne Bequette.dead time. feedforward control UNIT III Tuning of Controllerss: criteria for controller tuning – spexcified decay ratio. Minimum integral of time and absolute error (ITAE) closed loop response method – ultimate method. floating control.measuring noise characteristics. J Klir. 7. Delhi. Bently Pearson education . Process lag.3 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) Process Control Systems L T P Credits 310 4 UNIT I Process Models: static models.Prrentice hall Of india Pvt. 4. G. dynamic models. Kosko principles Of Measurement systems by John.

New Delhi.Vol. 2.R. General principles of DC link control-conveter control characteristics-system control hierarchy –firing angle control-current and extinction angle control-starting and stopping of DC link power control higher level controllers-telecommunication requirements.1983. VII Semester Examination Elective-1. Padiyar. 1990 4. EEE-403 . New York. choice of converter configuration-simplified analysis of Graetz circuit-converter bridge characterstics-characterstics of twelve pulse converter –detailed analysis of converters. Arrillaga. Introduction-generation of harmonics-design of AC filters-DC filters-carrier frequency and RI noise.B. Extra high Voltage AC transmission Engineering” New Age International (P) Ltd.J. UNIT III HARMONICS AND FILTERS.High Voltage Direct current transmission”. 60 .1971.K. Suggested Readings: 1. London.London. I.. Wiley. “HVDC power transmission system”. UNIT II CONVERTER AND HVDC SYSTEM CONTROL. Rakosh Das Begamudre.Tech IV year. UNIT IV SIMULATIONS OF HVDC SYSTEMS Introduction –system simulation: Philosophy and tools-HVDC system simulation-modeling of HVDC systems for digital dynamic simulation. Edward Wilson Kimbark.4 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) HVDC TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS LTP 310 Credits 4 UNIT I DC POWER TRANSMISSION TECHNOLOGY Introduction-comparison of AC and DC transmission –application of DC tansmission-description of DC transmission system planning for HVDC transmission-modern trends in DC transmission ANALYSIS OF HVDC CONVERTER Pulse number.Peter pregrinus. Wiley Eastern Limited. interscience. New Delhi 1990. Sydney.First edition.”Direct Current Transmission”. 3.

P-V Curves methods of improving stability. UNIT II Transient Stability: Review of the laws of mechanics.. solution of wing equation by numerical methods (step by step solution). Steady State Stability: The steady state power limits of simple systems with synchronous loads-analytical and graphical methods. New Delhi Hadi Saadat. equal areas criterion of stability. analysis of two finite machine system and multimachine systems. ‘Power System Analysis’.P. Kothari. UNIT III Voltage and angle stability: Angle Stability. HVDC Operations. swing equation for a single machine connected to an infinite bus. methods of improving the transient stability. ‘ Power System Stability and Control.B. Power System Stability Vol I-III John Wiley and Sons 61 .W. 4.J.D. 2. Co. Voltage Stability. Publication.kutta method. Runge. Critical clearing angle and time. Introduction to FACTS devices. New Delhi I. Kimbark. and Enhancement of stability by application of FACTS devices. definition of stability terms. elementary aspects of dynamic stability. Nagrath. Reactive Power Flow. McGraw Hill International Edition E. ‘Power System Analysis’. EEE-403 .Tech IV year. D. Stevenson Jr. Suggested Readings: 1. power angle diagrams. Grainger and W. net-work reduction techniques. Tata McGraw Hill. methods of improving steady state stability limits..Kundur. John J. 3. Power System Engineering. 5. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Reactive Power Transmission. Ltd.. P. effect of grounding on stability. VII Semester Examination Elective-1. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company.5 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) Power System Stability: UNIT I The Stability Problem: LTP 310 Credits 4 Origin of the stability problem.

1997.2002.GA application to power system optimization problem. Fuzzy modeling and control schemes for nonlinear systems. Symbolic reasoning system rule based systems the AI approach.T. 1996. McCulloch-Pitts neuron model simple perception Adaline and Madaline. Artificial Intelligence Techniques in Power System – IEEE.Hayagriva V. T. 62 . adjustment of free parameters.Jacek M.B.inferencing and Defuzzification.Valluru. Feed –Forward Multilayer Perceptron.Rao. Neural Networks.Hawary.London and NY.basic fuzzy set operation and approximates reasoning.Self-organizing fuzzy logic control.Neural Network based controller. E1.Glad and L.Concept on some other search techniques like tabu search and ant-colony search techniques for solving optimization problems UNIT III FUZZY LOGIC SYSTEM-Introduction to crisp sets and fuzzy sets. Hopfield network.&FuzzyLogic .Tech II year. IV Semester Examination Elective-I. Expert sytems.-Concept of ANN and its basic mathematical model. IEEE Press 5. Suggested Readings: 1.”Control Theory-Multivariable and Non-Linear methods” Taylor and Francis.Principal-component analysis and wavelet transformations.N. Knowledge representation. Learning and Training the neural network. IEEE publications.Self-organizing network and Recurrent network.ISBN81-7029694-3 2. UNIT IV APPLICATION..Ljung.ISBN 978-81-8495-079-3 3.Case studies:Identification and control of linear and nonlinear dynamic systems using Matlab-Neural Network toolbox. Introduction to Artificial Neural Systems .Fuzzy knowledge and rule bases.Architecture for intelligent control. 6. Stability Analysis of Neural –Network Interconnection System. UNIT II GENETIC ALGORITHM-Basic concept of Genetic algorithm and detail algorithm steps.EEE-403-6 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) Artificial Intelligence and Expert System L T P Credits 300 3 UNIT I INTRODUCTION -Approaches to intelligent control .Artificial Intelligence application in Power System. Fuzzy logic control for nonlinear time-delay system. Jaico Publishing House.ISBN817224-266-2 4 M.Introduction to fuzzy logic modeling and ontrol. Zuarda.Solution of typical control problems using genetic algorithm. Data Processsing:Scaling Fourier transformation. C++ Neural Networks.Implementation of Fuzzy Logic Controller using Matlab Fuzzy –logic Toolbox.Rao BPBPublications.E. Fuzzy Logic and Genetic Algorithms –Sudarshan K. 2009.Valluru B.Fuzzification.Stability Analysis of Fuzzy control Systems.Rao. ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS.Jaico Publishing House.

Diodes. Bolton. SPDT. Pearson Education Inc. 3. 4. Serial and Parallel Port Interfacing. Solenoid. Roth. 2001. UNIT II Electrical Actuation Systems: Switching Devices. Debouncing keypads. Tayal. Fundamentals of Logic Design”. Car Wheel Moving along a road etc. Input / Output Processing.”Automatic control systems”Jaico Publishers. Interfacing Sensors in Mechantronic System as – Temperature Switch Circuit. “Mechatronics”. Amplifiers. EEE-404 . and Thermal Systems: Rotational – Translation Systems.1993. Servo Motors. 2001. Speed Control and Hydraulic – Mechanical Systems. Hydraulic And Pneumatic Actuation Systems: Overview: Pressure Control Valves.J. Types Devices: Solenoid Operated Hydraulic and Pneumatic Vlaves.Tech IV year. Narosa Publishing House.. Thermostats..K. Bearing. A. Ltd.. Photo Darlington. 6. Interface Requirements. Latching. AC Motors. Sequencing. Float Systems. Static and Dynamic Characteristics. Model Development of an Electrical Systems... Charles H. Pneumatic Sensors. Relays. Pearson Education Ltd. “Instrumentation & Mechanical Measurements”. Ltd. 63 . Train Ratchet Mechanism.Ltd. Singapore. Logic Functions. Accumulators. Transistors. 7. Internal Relays and Suggested Readings: 1. 8. Selecting a Microcontroller.“Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers”. Stepper Motor Controls. Richard A. Devdas Shetty. W. Dubey. Mohammad Ali Mazidi Janice Gillispier Mazidi“The 8051 Microcontroller”. 2001. Interfacing I/O Ports. Thomson Asia P. Solid State Switches. Displacement. Gary Dunning. “Jr. Jaico Publishing House. Direction Control Valves. Language (Ladder Diagram). and Pneumatic Sequencing Problems. Ltd. Potentiometer Sensors. 2001. Thyristors. Optical Encoders. Thaler. “Fundamentals of Electrical Drives”. UNIT III Introduction to Microcontroller – Intel 8051. Strain Gauge Element. Gopal K. Handshaking. Permanent Magnet DC Motors. 2. VII Semester Examination Open Elective-1.1 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) Mechatronics L T P Credits 310 4 UNIT I Introduction: Overview: Mechanical Actuation System – Kinematic Chains. Belt. Rotary Actuators. Sensors and transducers and application: Performance Terminology. Hall Effect Sensors. Timers. Tachogenerators. Programmable logic controllers (PLC): PLC Structure. Adapters. DC Motors. Control of DC Motors. B.. Cam. Position and Proximity Sensors. Control of DC Motors. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. 2003. LVDT. Kolk “Mechatronics System Design”. 2003. Electro-Pneumatic Sequencing Problems. Fluid System. 5. Stepper Motors. "HMT Mechatronics”. Strain Gauge Load Cell. Programming.2004. 1998. Singapore. Cylinders. Galgotia Publication Pvt. DPDT. Thomson Asia Pvt. Gear. Signal conditioning: for above sensors and transducer UNIT IV System models: Mechanical System Models Applications like – Machine on a floor.7 G. Mechanical Switches – SPST. Bush less Permanent Magnet DC Motors.

Suggested Readings: 1.Neural Information Processing. Mappings of classical sets. Rana Durgaiah. Properties of classical sets. UNIT III Fuzzy Logic System Components : Introduction to Fuzzification.Tech IV year. 1996.Jacek M. B. Artificial Neuron Model. D.9.N. Inference Methods. Comparison between Genetic Algorithms and Other Traditional Algorithms.Valluru B. 2004.Rao BPBPublications. Learning difficulties. Generalized delta rule. VII Semester Examination Open Elective-1. Overview of Genetic Algorithm. Generation of Rules and Decision Making System. Publishers.T. Cardinality of fuzzy sets. C++ Neural Networks. 2009. Derivation of back propagation training algorithm. 1997. ANN architectures.Rao. Properties of fuzzy sets. EEE-404 -2 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) Soft Computing techniques UNIT I Introduction to Neural Networks Essentials of Artificial Neural Networks : LTP 310 Credits 4 Introduction . Fuzzy sets and Operations on fuzzy sets. Design Procedure of Fuzzy Logic Controller.Valluru. UNIT IV Non-Traditional optimized Algorithms: Introduction to Genetic Algorithms. Zuarda. feed forward neural networks.Introduction to Artificial Neural Systems .Neural Networks.Rao. Membership functions. Applications UNIT II Classical & Fuzzy Sets : Classical sets and Operations on classical sets.&FuzzyLogic .ISBN 978-81-8495-079-3 3.Hayagriva V. Membership value assignment. Neuron Activation Functions. New Age Int.ISBN81-7224-266-2 64 . Fuzzy Logic and Genetic Algorithms –Sudarshan K. Operation of Artificial Neuron. Types of Applications.ISBN81-7029-694-3 2 .Jaico Publishing House. “Fluid Mechanics & Machinery”. Defuzzification Methods. Basic Terminology of Biology and Genetic Algorithms. Summary of back propagation algorithm. Crisp relations and Cardinality of classical sets. Jaico Publishing House.

Advance Analog Circuit Design UNIT III IC op-amp architectures: Bipolar op-amp (IC 741) and its DC and small signal ac analysis (voltage gain Zin. TMH. 3. EEE-404 -3 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) L T P Credits 310 4 UNIT I Introduction: Difference in design considerations for discrete and integrated electronic circuits. voltage to current converters. Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuit. Suggested Readings: 1. UNIT IV Novel Amplifier Architectures: IC operational transconductance amplifier (OTA). characteristics models. passive and components available in biopolar and MOS technology brief review of integrated NPN. S. Microelectronic Circuits. Oxford university Press. 2. voltage references. Gilbert multiplier cell. (Transconductance multiplier). (Fifth Edition) Miachael Jacob. differential to single ended converters. PNP. current sources. Design with Operational Amplifiers and Analog Integrated Circuits. current mirrors and current repeaters. Applicatiojns and Design with Analog Integrated Citcuits. Integrated Norton amplifiers. IC analog multipliers: Translinear Circuit Principle. output stages. Current Conveyors and their different variants etc. MOSFETS structures. Z0 GBP and slew rate). Behzad Rezavi. Jones and Ken Martin. Analog Integrated Circuit Design. two and four quadrant multipliers etc. 5. and Smith K. C . lateral PNP. active loads. 4. Sedra A. VII Semester Examination Open Elective-1. John Wiley 65 . PHI/Dorlin Kindersley Sergio Franco. level shifters.B.Tech IV year. TMH David A. operational transresistance amplifiers (OTRA). MOS op-amp architectures. Current feedback ampliofiers. UNIT II Basic building blocks of bipolar and MOS analog ICS: differential amplifier. Recent trends in Analog Circuit design.

Raja et. 3. solar cell power plant. thermal energy storage for solar heating and cooling. Koteswara Rao. Suggested Readings 1.2006. “Renewal Energy Technologies: A Practical Guide for Beginners” PHI Learning 66 . concentrations and augments.S.EEE-404-4 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) NON-CONVENTIONAL ENERGY SYSTEM L T P Credit 310 4 UNIT I Introduction Various non-conventional energy resources Introduction. C. limitations.B. “Introduction to Non-Conventional Energy Resources” Scitech Publications.V. Performance and limitations of energy conversion systems. classification. performance and limitations. Chauhan. Magneto-hydrodynamics (MHD): -Principle of working of MHD Power plant. D. John Twideu and Tony Weir. classification of rotors. M.S. wind characteristics. flat plate collectors and their materials. 2. Solanki. Fuel Cells: Principle of working of various types of fuel cells and their working. limitations. UNIT IV Bio-mass:-Availability of bio-mass and its conversion theory. theory and working principle.Tech IV year. Solar Cells:-Theory of solar cells. UNIT II Geothermal Energy: -Resources of geothermal energy. Waste Recycling Plants. site selection. 2006. thermodynamics of geo-thermal energy conversion-electrical conversion. al. Wave and Tidal Wave: Principle of working. 4. performance and limitations. environmental considerations. VII Semester Examination Open Elective-1. relative merits and demerits. “ Energy Resources: Conventional & Non-Conventional “ BSP Publications. availability. “Renewal Energy Resources” BSP Publications. solar cell array. applications and performance. criterion. solar cell materials. 5. performance and limitations. UNIT III Thermo-electrical and thermionic Conversions: Principle of working. applications and performance. solar thermal power plants. focusing of collectors and their materials. momentum theory. Wind Energy: Wind power and its sources.R. non-electrical conversion.”Non-conventional Energy Resources” New Age International. Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC): Availability. performance and limitations. Solar Thermal Energy: -Solar radiation. performance and limitations.

PC Hardware Review & Instrumentation Buses: Structure. formula nodes.EEE-404-5 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) Intelligent Instrumentation L T P Credit 310 4 Unit – 1& 2 1. DMA. Barney / Intelligent Instrumentation / Prentice Hall. VII Semester Examination Open Elective-1. Data Acquisition Methods: Analog and Digital IO. USB. Virtual Instrumentation: Introduction to graphical programming. USB. data flow & graphical programming techniques. 195.1 & 488. Gupta / PC interfacing for Data Acquisition & Process Control. timing.2 Serial Interfacing . Use of Data Sockets for Networked Communication and Controls. advantage of VI techniques./ Instrument Society of America. 2 nd ED. A.C. arrays. 1994. clusters and graphs.Tech IV year. Timers. RS423. basic ADC designs. interfacing methods of DAQ hardware. software based instruments. Gupta . 3. RS422. PCMCIA buses. PCI. SCXI. case and sequence structures. use of simple and intermediate VIs. Code Interface Nodes and DLL links. operating system. Gary Johnson / Lab VIEW Graphical Programing II Ediction / McGraw Hil 1997 67 . J. Unit-3 3. Unit-4 4. VIs and sub-VIs loops and charts .RS232C. string and file I/O. VXI. software structure. Introduction: Introduction to Intelligent Instrumentation: Historical Perspective. 2. RS485. 2. IEEE488. G. Moris / Principles of Measurement & Instrumentation / Prentice Hall. interrupts. Suggested Readings: 1. ISA. 1993.P. PXI.B. current status. S. Counters. 4.S.

propagation and distribution of bioelectric potentials (ECG. F.SCADA and Energy Management System 68 . Webester.E.Tech IV year. gas and specific ions electrodes). Weibell & F. Defibrillators-types. Transducers for biomedical applications. T. EPSP & IPSP Organization of the brain. “Medical Instrumentation”. skin surface and needle electrodes) biochemical transducers. systems. blood. Interfacing computer with medical instrumentation and other equipments. Generation. Khanpur. “Biomedical Instrumentation & Measurements” Prentice Hall International 2. “Handbook of Biomedical Instrumentation” Tata Mc Graw Hill 3. characteristics of blood flow and heart sounds. Thomas. “Handbook of Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurement” Restone Publishing Company 4.Pfieffer. EEG and EMG).G. methods of accident prevention Suggested Readings : 1. biomedical computer applications. R. Neuronal communication. Electrocardiography. Cromwell. Bio telemetry & applications of telemetry in patient care UNIT-V Automation of chemical tests.A. Instrumentation for diagnostic X Rays. Measurements from the nervous system Systemic Body & Skin Temperature Measurement Temperature measurements. Organization of the Hospital for patient-care monitoring Pace-makers-types. VII Semester Examination Open Elective-1. J. UNIT-II Bio-potential electrodes: Basic types (micro.B. Shock hazards from electrical equipments. ECG recording and their types UNIT-III The Nervous System The anatomy of nervous system. The cardiovascular system and measurements: Heart and cardiovascular system and circulation block diagram. modes and generators. blood pressure and measurement. H. Houghton Mifflin. biomaterials Basic Transducer Principles: Active and passive transducers. ECG lead configurations. (PH.EEE-404-6 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) EEE-404-6 BIO-INSTRUMENTATION L T P Credit 310 4 UNIT-I Basic physiological system of the body: Problems encountered in measuring living systems.J.S. Brief idea about ultrasonic measurements UNIT-IV Patient care monitoring: Elements of intensive care. bioelectric potentials.

Tech IV year. VII Semester Examination Practical Paper (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) Practical Paper I EEE-405 Power System Protection Lab Laboratory Practical Based on course work corresponding Power System Protection LTP 0 03 Credits 3 Practical Paper-II EEE-406 Instrumentation System Lab Laboratory Practical Based on course work corresponding EEE-402 Instrumentation System L T P Credits 0 03 Practical Paper-III EEE-320 Industrial Training L T P Credits 0 00 4 Practical Paper-IV EEE-319 Major Project(part-I) L T P Credits 0 00 4 3 69 .B.

‘Utilization of Electrical Energy in SI Units’. HEATING AND WELDING -Nature of radiation – definition – laws – photometry – lighting calculations – design of illumination systems (for residential. Suggested Readings: 1. Openshaw Taylor. UNIT III ELECTRIC TRACTION --Introduction – requirements of an ideal traction system – supply systems – mechanics of train movement – traction motors and control – multiple units – braking – current collection systems – recent trends in electric traction. 2003.Tech IV year. C. Orient Longman Pvt. 2004. Partab. EEE-411 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) Utilization of Electrical Energy L T P Credit 3 1 0 4 UNIT I GENERATION-. . New Age International Pvt. New Delhi. 2003. Gupta. ‘Art and Science of Utilisation of Electrical Energy’. H. Distribution and Utilization of Electrical Energy’. Eurasia Publishing House (P) Ltd. administrative complexes) .Ltd. VIII Semester Examination Theory Paper-I. sports. E. ‘Generation.K. MHD. commercial.B. requirement of heating material – design of heating element – furnaces – welding generator – welding transformer and its characteristics.types of lamps .Ltd. industrial. B. New Delhi. Wadhwa.Dubey. 2.energy efficiency lamps. street lightings. Economics of power factor improvement – design for improvement of power factor using power .Gopal. 2003. 2002. ‘Generation of Electrical Energy’. health care. Methods of heating. Narosa Publishing House. Dhanpat Rai and Co. UNIT IV DRIVES AND THEIR INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS -Introduction – motor selection and related factors – loads – types – characteristics – steady state and transient characteristics – load equalization – industrial applications – modern methods of speed control of industrial drives. CONSERVATION -Economics of generation – definitions – load curves – number and size of units – cost of electrical energy – tariff – need for electrical energy conservation – methods – energy efficient equipment – energy management – energy auditing. 70 . 4. 5.R.L. New Delhi.capacitors – power quality – effect on conservation UNIT II ILLUMINATION. 3. wind.Generation of electrical power by conventional methods – a brief review – generation from tidal. geothermal and solar sources – introduction to the concept of distributed generation – effect on system operation. ‘Fundamentals of Electrical Drives’.

MOS transistor figure of merit. Ayan Banerjee.E. MOS transistor threshold voltage Vt. Gate delays. 5 Principles of C-MOS VLSI Design A systems Perspective by Neil H. CMOS NAND Gates. Transconductance and output conductance. 3. Combinational circuit design. Yusuf Leblebici. Controllability and Observability. twin tub process. Heat dissipation. problems associated with VLSI Design. Rabaey. EEE-412-1 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) L T P Credit 310 4 UNIT I Introduction to integrated circuit technology. UNIT II The n-MOS inverter. Parametric yield Suggested Readings: 1 . Bi-CMOS technology. Application-Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs) UNIT V Design for Testability. B. David Harris. Semi Custom Design. Weste. sequential circuit design.E. CMOS fabrication. limitation of scaling. Ids-Vds relationship. Parasitic Extraction. CMOS NOR gates. Pucknell & Kamran Eshraghian. the p-well process . sheet resistance.B. CMOS VLSI Design. Floor planning. Design Economics. CMOS design style. lambda based design rules . S. Weste. Kamrau Eshraghian. pull-up to pull-down ratio. latch –up in CMOS circuits. Borivoje Nikolic. Design Methodology and Tools. n-MOS design style. Prentice-Hall of ndia. capacitances of layers. Automated Layout Generation. Field Programmable Gate arrays (FPGA) . Design Flows. A Circuits and Systems Perspective by Neil H. Current Monitoring IDDQ Test. ‘Utilization of Electric Power and Electric Traction’. J. 4 Digital Integrated Circuits A Design Perspective by Jab M. Tata Mc-GrawHill. Delay estimation. Pearson VLSI DESIGN 71 . Limited. Configurable Logic Block (CLB). Body effect. Standard Cell Based Design. stick diagrams. Prentice-Hall of India Pvt. Gupta. Anantha Chandra kasan. Built-In self Test (BIST) Techniques. CMOS Digital Integrated Circuits Analysis and Design by Sung-Mo Kang. AD HOC Design Techniques. . n-MOS. Scaling models and scaling factors. Basic electrical properties of MOS circuits. VIII Semester Examination Elective-II. Pearson Education 6 Application-Specific Integrated Circuits by Michal John Sebastian smith. design considerations. Routing.Basic VLSI Design by Douglas A. Packaging. logical efforts. CMOS inverter and its characteristics. Faults types and Models.K. 2. 2002.6. Scan-Based Techniques . Package Parasitics. Placement. Pearson Education. Limits of miniaturization. Timing Analyses. UNIT III n-MOS. Programmable Logic structures.Tech IV year.Kataria and Sons. UNIT IV Full Custom Design.n-well process.

equivalent linearization describing functions. Suggested Readings: 1. Karl J. Pearson Education .Tech IV year. typical examples. “System Identification LexingtonHooks 1974 72 .B. phase plane analysis. VIII Semester Examination Elective-II. TCHA Hsia.2003. Astrom and Bjoran Wittenmark. EEE-412-2 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) Non-Linear and Adaptive control L T P Credits 310 4 UNIT I Non-Linear Systems: -Types of non-linearity. UNIT III Application of Adaptive control:. 2. second Edition . Singapore. limit cycle.Recent trends in Self-tuning-Stability-Convergence and Robustness studies-Model Updating –General Purpose Adaptive regulator-Applications to process control. concept of stability and various methods for study of stability of non-linear systems UNIT II Classification of Adaptive control:-Introduction-users-Auto tuning-Self Tuning Regulators (STR)Model Reference Adaptive control (MRAC)-Types of STR and MRAC-Different approaches to self-Tuning regulators-Stochastic Adaptive control-Gain scheduling. ”Adaptive Control”.

pv Array Sizing. Synchronous Operation. Battery Energy Storage Systems. Power and Energy Estimates. Voltage Flickers. Flywheel. Typical Grid-connected Turbine Operation. EEE-412-3 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) Distributed Generation Systems L T P Credits 310 4 UNIT I Distributed Generation: Electricity Generation in Transition. Grid Synchronization. Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Technologies.Wind and Solar Power Systems Suggested Readings: 1. Operating Limit. Renewable Capacity Limit. Biomass for Electricity. Hybrid System. Safety. Supervisory Control Overview and Implementation and Dynamic Control Theory and Implementation Solar Photovoltaic Power System. Dynamic Bus Impedance and Ripple. Utility Resource Planning Tool. Battery Sizing. Asynchronous Generators and Generator Drives UNIT II Control of Wind Energy Systems Overview of Wind Turbine Control Systems. Wind and Solar Power Systems: Mukund R. Masters 3.ION BOLDEA 73 . Synchronizing with Grid. Static Bus Impedance and Voltage Regulation. Harmonics. Hybrid with Diesel. Hybrid with Fuel Cell. Centralized Approach. Performance Characteristics Battery Charging. Distributed Approach. Interfacing Standards. Voltage Transients and Sags.Tech IV year. Fuel Cells and Wind Energy based Generation. 2. Load Sharing. Systems Stiffness. Wind Farm Sizing UNIT IV Grid-Connected System-Interface Requirements. Harmonic Distortion. Inrush Current. Solar Commercial Power Plants Energy Storage -Various Batteries and their Equivalent Electrical Circuit. Mode Controller. Component Design for Maximum Efficiency. Voltage Regulation. VIII Semester Examination Elective-II. Battery Management. Quality of Power. Energy Storage and Load Scheduling. Wind Stand-Alone. Storage & Power Conditioning modes. Lightning Protection UNIT V Economics of Distributed Resources UPS & Battery Energy Storage Systems-Uninterruptible Power Supplies. Compressed Air and Superconducting Coil UNIT III Stand-Alone System-pv Stand-Alone. Micro-Hydropower Systems.B. Patel. System Sizing. Load Transient. Power Factor Correction in UPS Systems. Applications of UPS Systems . Distributed Generation with Fossil Fuels. Renewable and Efficient Electric Power Systems: Gilbert M. Electrical Performance-Voltage Current and Power Relations. Stability Limit. Electrical System Model. VARIABLE SPEED GENERATORS:.

M. F.K. Wollenberg.I. Mahalanabis A. Fink. Under frequency Load Shedding And computation of setting for under frequency relays. Power Systems for use in simulation of AGC. F. New York 4. Kothari.”Computer Aided power sytem operation and analysis 74 . and Ahson. power systems interconnection unintegrated and integrated operation. “Computer Aided Power System Analysis and Control”. P.Y.Implementation of AGC – development of state variable model for a two area . Tata McGraw Hill publishing Ltd 5. Dhar. “Power System Stability and Control”. Hydroelectric plant. Kluwer Academic Publishers 6.A. L. Hiskens – “Simulation & Optimization in an AGC system after deregulation”.P. California 3. EPRI Publications. D. “Power System Restructuring : Engineering and Economics”. Vaibhav Donde. “Electric Energy System Theory – an Introduction”. EEE-412-4 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) Power System Operation & Control L T P Credits 310 4 UNIT I Introduction: Load characteristics and modeling. Incremental water rate. Pai & Ian A. IEEE transactions on Power Systems 7.K.Fundamentals of speed governing – control of generating unit Power output – composite regulating characteristic of Power Systems – Response rates of turbine – governing systems – fundamentals of automatic generation control . UNIT IV Power System Control under Deregulated Environment: New system structures under competition – Classification of operational tasks in today’s power industry – Temporal decomposition within the real time operation – classification of operational tasks in the competitive industry – meeting predicted demand in today’s industry – meeting demand in the new industry – balancing supply and demand in real time – Load frequency control under deregulated environment. UNIT III Reactive Power and Voltage Control: Modelling of AVR loops: Components – stability compensation – Production and absorption of reactive Power – methods of voltage control – shunt reactors – shunt capacitors – series capacitors – synchronous condensers – static var systems – Principle of transmission system compensation – modeling of reactive compensating devices – Application of tap changing transformer ULTC control systems. L.I. John Wiley & sons. Allen J. M. 2. New Delhi. Wood and Bruce. R.. Tata McGraw Hill. VIII Semester Examination Elective-II. S. Suggested Readings: 1. 8.B. Galiana. UNIT II Automatic Generation Control. Elgerd O.N.Kirehmayer. Marija IIic. Kundur..Tech IV year.. “Power Generation Operation and Control’.”Economic Control of Interconnected systems willey.

EEE-412-5 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) Power Quality L T P Credits 310 4 UNIT I Overview of Power Quality: Classification of Power Quality Issues. Disturbance in supply voltage. Notching in load voltage. Ghosh and G. Uninterruptible Power Sources. Voltage Fluctuations. Analysis of unbalance. “Electric Power Quality”. Closed loop balancing. Effect of voltage fluctuations and impulses. Harmonic reduction. Transformers. Pulse Modulating Devices. Shunt capacitors. Power Quality Indices. Heydt. Measurement Error. UPQC. instantaneous symmetrical components. voltage fluctuations. UNIT III Harmonics & Voltage Fluctuations: Sources and Effect of harmonics and interharmonics. IT product. Standardization. Arrillaga. Analysis of voltage sag: Detorit Edition sag score. A. high phase order converters. Kluwer Acadamic 2. Power System Quality Assessment. UNIT II Measurement and Analysis Methods: Voltage. BESS. Analysis in the periodic steady state. Loads which cause Power Quality Problems: Static AC/DC converters. Open loop balancing. N. G. occurrence and causes of voltage unbalance. Welsh Transform. Load compensation using DSTATCOM. power factor measurement and definitions. Network reconfiguring Devices. common mode and transverse mode noise. Decomposition into symmetrical components UNIT IV Power Quality Improvement: Utility. VIII Semester Examination Elective-II. Battery chargers. “Power Quality Enhancement Using Custom Power Devices”. 3. Instantaneous real and reactive powers. Synchronous Detection Method. current balancing. J. sags/swells. Chen. Voltage sag reduction. event recorders.Tech IV year. Adjustable speed drives. Power Acceptability Curves. Distortion Index. inverters. Fluorescent Lighting. flicker. HVDC converters. Instantaneous Reactive Power Theory. Electric Machines. Voltage sag energy. Current injection methods. Analysis of Power outages. Analysis of Voltage flicker. flicker and impulses. Reduced duration and customer impact of outgas.T. Fourier and Hartley transform. Time domain method. Ground systems. voltage unbalance. Power and Energy measurements. Application of power flow studies. Phase Multiplication methods and transformer connections. Influence of Non-Sinusoidal Conditions: Transmission and Distribution. Suggested Readings: 1. Neutral wires in buildings. high frequency issues. protecting sensitive loads using DVR.R. IEEE guides and recommended practices. Frequency domain methods. Active and hybrid filter. Cmessage Index. Harmonic Power flow studies using Newton-Raphson method. Voltage regulation using DSTATCOM. transient phenomenon. Arc furnaces.B. characterization of Electric Power Quality. 75 . Wavelet Transform. Stars in a Circle Publications (2nd Edition). John Wiley & sons. Synchronous Frame Theory. Power acceptability curves – Power quality problems: Poor load power factor. Current. Inrush currents. New York. Time domain methods. flicker calculations. Ledwich. Non linear and unbalanced loads. DC offset in loads. Watson. Resonance. S.Customer interface-Harmonic filter: passive.

New York 5. thyristor controlled series capacitor. Acha. IEEE Press 3. John Wiley 2. Understanding Power quality problems. principles of reactive power control and transmission line compensation. Power system Harmonics.J. John Wiley & sons. Harmonic and filters. Understanding FACTS.. static synchronous series compensator. Hingorani.. Bolleln. Acha.E.G. Miler. E. Suggested Readings: 1. T. EEE-412-6 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) Flexible AC Transmission Distribution Systems L T P Credits 310 4 UNIT I Introduction. 76 . B. concept of Flexible AC Transmission systems (FACTS). L. N. system control and protection. thyristor controlled phase angle regulator and uified power flow controlled.4. Manuel Madrigal. New York. UNIT III Modeling and method of analysis of SVC and FACTS Controllers. simulation and study of SVD and FACTS Controllers under dynamics conditions. Power Electrinic control in Electrical Systems Newnes. VIII Semester Examination Elective-II. Agelidis. UNIT II Static Var Compensator (SVC).J. static synchronous compensator.G. IEEE Press. thyristor switch capacitor.. E. an Impart of Elsevier.Tech IV year. thyristor controlled reactor. V. Math H. Reactive Power Control in Electric Systems. series and shunt reactive power compensation. and Gyugyi.

Distributed Processing. Unit III: Introduction. Wiley Publication. Limitations. Interconnecting Network Bridge. Unit V: Intrioduction. Microwave Seattleite). Inter connecting Networks. PHI.B. CSMA/CD. Data Compression Techniques. D. X 25 Details. Data Communication Networking Devices by Glbird Held. PHI. Ethernet. Channels. RS 442. Unit II: Elements of Computer Communication System. Base band & Broadband Transmission). Advantages of Computer Networking.Standard Ethernet. Transparency. Protocols. Local Area Network by James Maren. Review of Analog & Digital Transmission. Circuit Message and packet Switching with their Advantages and Disadvantages. 2. Multimedia. Unit IV: Local and Wide area Networks. RS 423A. 100 BASE. Internet. optical tube. Virtual Circuits. Computer Networks by A. co-axial cable. Data Rates. 4. Data Communication and Distributed Networks by U. Switched & Broadcast Networks. S. Transmission Techniques (Asynchronous and Synchronous Transmission. Framing. Client Server Computing. User Access. 77 . Types of Modems. Principle of Operation. Serial and Parallel. Channel capacity. Uses. Network Types: Public & Private. Media access Control Methods. Bandwidth Consideration. ISDN Networks. Frame Relaying. ISO Reference Model. High Level Data Link Control. RS 449. Salient Features of Packet Switching and Packet Network Architecture Datagram. AN Topology with their Advantages and Disadvantages. Types of Stations. Black. DTE. Switching Networks. Tanebaum (4th edition). Routing Techniques. Gateway. Text/ Reference Books 1. Router. DCE. Modems Theory. Local & Wide Area Networks. General Features.X Fast Ethernet. Interface: Need RS 232C. Architecture and Protocols. ShamnnonHartley Theorem. VIII Semester Examination Open Elective-II. PHI. 10BASES. ATM. Interface with Functions of Pins (10 only) etc. 3. Flow Control. EEE-412-7 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) DATA COMMUNICATION & COMPUTER NETWORKS L T P Credit 3 1 0 4 Unit I: Concepts & Terminology. Transmission Characteristics.Tech IV year. Error Control. Brouter. Communication Channels (Twisted pairs. Modulation Techniques.

Eco-encephalography. Telemetry for ECG measurements during exercise. UNIT IV Ophthalmology Instruments: Electroretinogram. CAT-Scan. Biopotential Electrodes – Surface electrodes.Measurement of breathing mechanism – Spirometer. Ophthalmoscope. Understanding Data Communication and Networks by William A. displays. Neuronal firing measurements. Three channel. Needle electrodes. EMG. Ecocardiography. B. VIII Semester Examination Open Elective-II. propagation of action potential. ERG.Tech IV year. Diagnostic techniques: Ultrasonic diagnosis. UNIT V Bio-telemetry: The components of a Bio-telemetry system. MRI. Man-Instrumentation system Components. Shay.ECG recorders –Single channel. Blood pressure measurement. for Emergency patient monitoring. Microelectrodes. Humidifiers. EEE-413-1 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) BIO-MEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION L T P Credit 3 1 0 4 UNIT I Introduction: Specifications of bio-medical instrumentation system. Emission computerized tomography.ECG System for Stresses testing. ITP Publication. Electrooculogram. Patient Care & Monitoring: Elements of intensive care monitoring. Nervous System Measurements: Physiology of nervous system. Problems encountered in measuring a living system. EEG.5. Pacemakers and Defibrillators. 6. UNIT III Respiratory system Measurements: Physiology of Respiratory system . Biomedical Transducer UNIT II Cardiovascular Measurements: Electrocardiography –ECG amplifiers. Tonometer for eye pressure measurement. The Physiological potentials –ECG. and Nebulizers & Aspirators. Neuronal communication.Holter recording. Electrodes and Leads. Calibration & Reparability of patient monitoring equipment. Data Communication by Prakash C. diognosis.Respiratory Therapy equipments: Inhalators. EOG and Evoked responses Electrodes and Transducers: Electrode theory. Bioelectric potentials: Resting and action potentials. Gupta. Basics of Anatomy and Physiology of the body. PHI. Heart sound measurement. X-ray & Radio-isotope diagnosis and therapy. Implantable units. Vector Cardiographs. 78 . Ophthalmic scans. Ventilators &Respirators.

– Kataria B.Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurements. distributed generation in restructured markets. Venkata Ram. John Wiley. 2. 3. Webster. communication link. risk assessment and hedging.. B.TMH 2. developments in India.K.Instrumentation . Communication System. Laser applications in medicine. standard market design. optimal bidding.: Suggested Readings: 1. –A Text Book of Medical Instruments-2005-New Age International 6. fibre optic channels. UNIT III Ancillary services.Tech IV year.-Bio-Medical Electronics&Instrumentation (Revised). Suggested Readings 79 . 3. social welfare maximization. UNIT III Noise in power systems.Tech IV year. UNIT II OPF: Role in vertically integrated systems and in restructured markets. congestion management.S.g. VIII Semester Examination Open Elective-II.speed and requirements. Ananthi. Pandey & Kumar-Biomedical Electronics and Instrumentation. Khandpur R. EEE-413-3 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) Restructured Power Systems L T P Credit 310 4 UNIT I Fundamentals of restructured system.Prosthetic Devices and Therapies: Hearing Aides. Cromwell. PLCC microwave. telephone line. –Bio.. carr&Brown –Introduction to Biomedical Equipment Technology – Pearson 7. VIII Semester Examination Open Elective-II. Suggested Readings: 1. PJM. working of restructured power systems. Stallings.j. Computer networking in power systems. transmission pricing and tracing of power. and Franzis V. UNIT IV Requirements of various communication equipments used in power systems. satellite. load elasticity. India.PHI 4. EEE-413-2 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) Power System Communications L T P Credit 310 4 UNIT I Introduction. Dia-thermy. Myoelectric Arm. Dostert. UNIT IV IT applications in restructured markets.Galgotia. coks requirement for telemetry. PHI. teleprotection. Power line Communications Springer..S. market architecture.. S. K. Data & Computer Communications. W. Haykin.Biomedical Instrumentation.S.Wiley (2004) 5. UNIT II Analog and digital communication.

UNIT II Steam Turbines : Flow of steam through nozzles. Marcel Dekker. Nuclear Plants. cyclone swparator.A. Reheater and Economiser. Gas turbine plants.E.1. Peak load and stand-by units. M. UNIT III Steam Generators: Storage of coal at plant site. Math Bollen and J. combustion control and superheater ttemperature control. Pulverised fuel burners. Construction and Working of different types of condensers. Velocity diagrams. Electrostatic precipitators Circulation Boilers and their characteristics and applications Location of heating surfaces like evaporator. VIII Semester Examination Open Elective-II. skrotzki and William A. L. Gravitational separators. Cooling towers. Power station Engineering and Economy by Bernhardt G. Air leakage. In-plant handling.” Kluwer. Feed water treatment. EEE-413-4 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) Power Plant Engineering L T P Credits 3 10 4 UNIT I Rankine Cycle: Application of Rankine Cycle to power genetation. Other Power Plants: Diesel plants. 2. Vacuum efficiency. Reheating and Regenerative feed water heating cycle. Critical pressure ratio. Operation of restructured Power Systems. UNIT IV Controls: Important instruments on steam generators. Effect of steam pressure temperature and back pressure on the efficiency. Fields of application as Base load. coal feeding. Condition for maximum efficiency in Impulse and Reaction Turbines Governing of Steam Turbines.Philipson and H. Understanding Electric Utilities and Deregulation. Shahidepour and M. Determination of throat and exit areas. Lee Willis. Superheater.. Alomoush. B. Daadler. Suggested Readings: 1. 2001 .” 1998. Hydro Electric Plants.Tech IV year. burning methods and related equipments. Pulverised fuel firing system. New Delhi. 20th reprint 2002.Ash handling systems. 80 . ”Restructured Electrical Power Systems”. classification of steam Turbines Compounding of Steam Turbine. Kankar Bhattacharya . Marcel Dekke r. Vopat – Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. 2001. 3.

benefit and /or negative impact to creating the new business? (risk tolerances. Start up strategies. VIII Semester Examination Open Elective-II. Understanding Copyright Law. Basic Principles of Trade Mark. An introduction to power plant technology by G. EEE-413-5 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) Intellectual Property Rights and Entrepreneurship UNIT I Basic Principles and acquisition of Intellectual Property Rights L T P Credit 31 0 4 Philosophical Aspects of Intellectual Property Laws . ability to sell). (scope. technologies. Rai-Khanna Publishers. business idea evaluation. UNIT II Ownership and Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights Patent – Objectives. entrepreneurial opportunities. business models and personalities. B. Basic Principles of Design Rights. (judgment.2. Power Plant Engineering: P.K. managing growth and delivering innovative products. return expectation). Rights. International Background of Intellectual property. Basic Principles of Patent Law.Tech IV year. Nag Tata McGraw Hill second Edition 2001. Drafting of a Patent Specification. 81 . Delhi – 110005. Assignments. Defenses in case of Infringement. 3.D. UNIT III Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurial perspective. risk. business plan writing. comfort in low data situations. ability to coordinate with many). Patent Application Procedure. introduction to entrepreneurial finance and venture capital.

notation for ER diagram. alternative approaches to database design. Data Modeling using the Entity Relationship Model: ER model concepts. Unit-II Relational data Model and Language: Relational data model concepts. reduction of an ER diagrams to tables. serializability of schedules. Tables. mapping constraints. Unit-V 82 . aggregation. Generalization. integrity constraints. log based recovery. update and delete operations.B. conflict & view serializable schedule. extended ER model. Types of SQL commands. Distributed Database: distributed data storage. data model schema and instances. Domain constraints. Introduction on SQL: Characteristics of SQL. data independence and database language and interfaces. SQl data type and literals. directory system. Testing of serializability. SQL operators and their procedure. database system Vs file system. EEE-413-6 (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) DATA BASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM L T P Credit 3 1 0 4Unit-I Introduction: An overview of database management system. loss less join decompositions. normalization using FD. Procedures in SQL/PL SQL Unit-III Data Base Design & Normalization: Functional dependencies. first. Concepts of Super Key. primary key. checkpoints. recoverability. concurrency control. Unit-IV Transaction Processing Concept: Transaction system. deadlock handling. Overall Database Structure. Keys constraints. Recovery from transaction failures. Unions. referential integrity. relational algebra. Joins. data definitions language. Intersection. candidate key. BCNF. entity integrity. and JDs. DML. Triggers. MVD. relationship of higher degree. relational calculus. Insert. Minus. third normal forms.Tech IV year. advantage of SQL. second. Aggregate functions. tuple and domain calculus. views and indexes. normal forms. Database system concept and architecture. keys. Queries and sub queries. Cursors. VIII Semester Examination Open Elective-II. inclusion dependence.

Leon & Leon. multiple granularity. Addision Wesley 4. Silbertz. “ An Introduction to Database Systems”. Locking Techniques for concurrency control. Bipin C. Elsevier Pub. VIII Semester Examination Practical Paper (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) Practical Paper I EEE-414 Utilization of Electrical Energy Lab Laboratory Practical Based on course work corresponding theory L T P Credits 0 03 3 Practical Paper-II EEE-415 Elective-II. case study of Oracle. Sudarshan. “Database Management System”. O’Neil. McGraw Hill 3. Time stamping protocols for concurrency control. Kroenke. validation based protocol. Date C J. Recovery with concurrent transaction.” Database Concepts”. Korth. “ An Introduction to Database Systems”.Tech IV year.Concurrency Control Techniques: Concurrency control. McGraw Hill 9. Books 1. Elmasri. Lab Laboratory Practical Based on course work corresponding theory L T P Credits 0 03 Practical Paper-III EEE-320 Seminar/ Report L T P Credits 0 00 2 Practical Paper-III EEE-319 Major Project(part-II) L T P Credits 0 00 10 3 83 . Vikas Publishing House 6. Addision Wesley 2. Design and Implementation” Pearson Education B. “ Database Management System”. “ Database Processing Fundamentals . Ramkrishnan. Multi version schemes. “ Fudamentals of Database Systems”. Majumdar & Bhattacharya. Gagotia Publications 7. Desai. 5.”Database Management Systems”. TMH 8. Gehrke. Navathe. Databases.

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