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CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

CONTENT

Teaching & Examination Scheme SEMESTER 5 Sr No


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Subject Code
EE301 EE302 EE303 EE304 EE305 EE311 CS301

Name of Subject
Electrical Machine-II Electrical Power System-II Microcontrollers & Their Applications Industrial Instrumentation Power Electronics & Drives-I Simulation Lab-I Professional Communication-I

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SEMESTER 6 Sr No
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Subject Code
EE306 EE307 EE308 EE309 EE310 EE312 CS302

Name of Subject
Electrical Machines-III Electrical Power System-III High Voltage Engineering Electrical Power Utilisation & Traction Programmable Logic Controller & Industrial Automation Simulation Lab-II Professional Communication-II

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CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY


FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Teaching & Examination Scheme for Third Year B.Tech. Electrical Engineering
Teaching Scheme Sem Course Code Course title Contact Hrs. Credits Th. EE301 EE302 TY B.Tech. Semester V EE303 EE304 EE305 EE311 CS301 Electrical Machine - II Electrical Power System - II Microcontrollers & Their Applications Industrial Instrumentation Power Electronics & Drives - I Simulation Lab - I Professional Communication - I TOTAL: EE306 TY B.Tech. Semester VI EE307 EE308 EE309 EE310 EE312 CS302 Electrical Machines - III Electrical Power System - III High Voltage Engineering Electrical Power Utilisation & Traction Programmable Logic Controller & Industrial Automation Simulation Lab - II Professional Communication - II TOTAL: 4 4 4 4 4 2 22 4 4 4 4 4 Pr. 2 2 2 2 2 2 Total 6 6 6 6 6 2 4 36 8 6 6 4 6 2 4 36 5 5 5 5 5 1 3 29 6 5 5 4 5 1 3 29 Int. 30 30 30 30 30 Ext. 70 70 70 70 70 Int. 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 175 50 25 25 Ext. 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 175 50 25 25 150 150 150 150 150 50 150 950 200 150 150 100 150 50 150 950 Examination Scheme Theory Practical Total

30 180 30 30 30 30 30

70 420 70 70 70 70 70

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CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY


FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING EE301: ELECTRICAL MACHINESII B.TECH 5TH SEMESTER [ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING] Credit and Hours:
Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 4 100 Practical 2 50 Total 6 150 Credit 5

A. Objectives of the Course:


Electrical machines is a subject where a student will deal with various types of electrical machines which are employed in industries, power stations, domestic and commercial appliances etc. As electrical machines are the base of electrical engineering, the objective of the subject is to provide an in-depth view of steady state and transient analysis of rotating energy conversion devices with emphasis on applications; the basic principles associated with the physical construction of machines will also be emphasized. To learn practical aspects of the subject that will make the students capable of performing various tests on the machines as per latest BIS specifications.

B. Out line of the Course:


Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 Title of Unit Polyphase Induction Motor Single Phase Induction Motor Induction Generator Commutator Machines Min. No. of Hrs 35 10 07 08 Total hours (Theory): 60 Total hours (Lab): 30 Total hours: 90

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C. Detailed Syllabus:
1 1.1 Polyphase Induction Motor 35 Hours 58.4%

Introduction, classification of three phase induction motor, Advantages, disadvantages and application of induction motor

1.2 1.3

Production of three phase rotating magnetic field, locking of stator and rotor field. Construction, Principle of operation, slip, methods for measurement of slip, frequency of rotor current, speed of rotor field, rotor emf, rotor current, rotor reactance under starting and running condition

1.4

Relation between torque and rotor power factor, Torque equation, Torque under running condition, Torque-Speed curves and effect of change in rotor resistance, operating region, Starting torque, Full load torque, Breakdown torque, condition for maximum torque, effect of change in supply voltage and frequency on torque and slip, Braking of induction motor, examples

1.5

Losses in induction machines, efficiency, power stages of induction machines, Torque mechanical power and rotor output relation, synchronous watt, examples

1.6

Induction motor test no load test blocked rotor test, Testing of induction motor as per IS, Motor enclosures

1.7

Induction motor as generalized transformer, phasor diagram of induction motor, Complete per phase equivalent circuit and determination of its parameters from tests, examples

1.8

Effect of space harmonic fields, harmonics induction torques, harmonic synchronous torques, crawling and cogging.

1.9

Concept of circle diagram, series circuit and current locus, Construction of circle diagram, performance of induction machines from circle diagram, examples

1.10 High torque motors, deep bar and double cage induction motor, equivalent circuit, characteristics, examples 1.11 Starting of squirrel cage and slip ring induction motor, Direct switching of induction motor, Necessity of starter, different types of starter, examples 1.12 Various methods of speed control of three phase induction motor from stator side and from rotor side, concatenation control of speed. 1.13 Magnetic levitation, Construction, Principle, advantages, disadvantages and

application of linear induction motor

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2 2.1

Single Phase Induction Motor

10 Hours 16.6%

Introduction, double cage revolving field theory, cross field theory, starting of single phase induction motor

2.2

Types of induction motor split phase or resistance start, capacitor-start, capacitor-start capacitor-run, permanent capacitor, shaded pole motor, its construction ,working, starting and running performance, characteristics and applications.

2.3 3 3.1

Equivalent circuit, determination of parameters by test, examples Induction Generator 07 Hours 11.6%

Introduction, types of induction generator(line excited and self excited), introduction of fixed speed induction generator, introduction of doubly fed induction generator

3.2

Working of Induction generator, principle, operation and application, its load and power factor control, effect of capacitor, characteristics of induction generator, circle diagram of induction generator.

4 4.1

Commutator Machines

08 Hours 13.4%

Action of commutator as a frequency changer, construction and working of Schrage motor or three phase ac commutator motor, its speed and power factor control.

4.2 4.3

Repulsion motor, Hysteresis motor, universal motor Stepper motor, variable reluctance stepper motor, Permanent magnet stepper motor, Hybrid Stepper motor

D. Instructional Methods and Pedagogy


At the start of course, the course delivery pattern, prerequisite of the subject will be discussed. Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector, black board, OHP etc. Attendance is compulsory in lectures and laboratory, which carries five marks in overall evaluation. Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. Assignments based on course content will be given to the students for each unit/topic and will be evaluated at regular interval. It carries a weightage of five marks in the overall internal evaluation.

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Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar/Tutorials will be conducted having a share of five marks in the overall internal evaluation. The course includes a laboratory, where students have an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures. Experiments shall be performed in the laboratory related to course contents. Industrial visit to be arranged for practical knowledge and exposure.

E. Student Learning Outcomes:


At the end of course, the students will acquire the knowledge regarding the fundamentals of electrical machines. The students will be well aware with the, construction, working principle, operation and application of electrical machines like single phase induction motor, poly phase induction motor, commutator motor and induction generator. After studying this subject, student must be competent to operate, repair, maintain these machines and give suggestions to improve their performance.

F. Recommended Study Material:


Text Book: 1. 2. J.B.Gupta, Theory and performance of electrical machines, S.K.Kataria and sons B.L.Theraja & A.K.Theraja, A textbook of electrical technology VOL II ( AC & DC machines) , S. Chand Publication 3. Charles.I.Hubert, Electrical Machines (Theory, operation, application, adjustment and control) Pearson Publication, 2nd edition. Reference Book: 1. The performance and design of alternating current machines by M.G.Say, CBS Publishers & Distributors 2. 3. Electrical Machines by D.P. Kothari & I. J. Nagrath, Tata Mcgraw Hill Electric Machinery 6th Edition by A.E.Fitzerald, Charles Kingsley, Stephen . D. Umans, Tata Mcgraw Hill 4. 5. 6. Electrical Machinery by Dr. P.S.Bimbhra, Khanna Publisher Electric Machinery Fundamentals by Stephen.J.Chapman, Mcgraw Hill Fundamentals of Electrical Machines by B.R. Gupta, New Age International Publishers

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Electrical machine Drives and Power System by Wildi ,6th Edition, Pearson Publications.

8.

Performance and design of ac commutator motor by E. O Taylor

Web Material: 1. 2. http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/IIT-MADRAS/Electrical_Machines_II/index.php http://www.ece.ualberta.ca/~knight/ee332/induction/i_main.html

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CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY


FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING EE302: ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEMII B.TECH 5TH SEMESTER [ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING] Credit and Hours:
Teaching Scheme Hours/ Week Marks Theory 4 100 Practical 2 50 Total 6 5 150 Credit

A. Objective of the Course:


The major objective of the subject is to develop a fundamental understanding of concepts and techniques for analysis, design and operation of power systems. To introduce the students with the basic knowledge of power system planning, transmission line Design, Distribution system design and economics of distribution system, planning of power system. To learn practical aspects of the subject that will make the students capable to design system and improve system performance.

B. Outline of the Course:


Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Title of Unit Mechanical and Electrical Design of Transmission line Design Of EHV Transmission Lines Design of Power System Design of Distribution System Economics of Distribution System Power System Planning Rural Electrification Min. No. of Hrs 07 08 07 12 10 07 09 Total hours (Theory): 60 Total hours (Lab): 30 Total hours: 90

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C. Detailed Syllabus:
1 1.1 1.2 1.3 Mechanical and Electrical Design of Transmission line 07 Hours 12%

Requirement of Transmission lines , selection of voltage for high-voltage Transmission lines, choice of conductors , spacing of conductor, corona, Insulators Specification of transmission lines, Surge impedance loading of transmission lines,

1.4 1.5 2 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 3 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 4 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9

Electrical design of transmission lines Sag tension Relation , Stringing of transmission lines, Towers Design Of EHV Transmission Lines Transmission of Electrical Power at extra-high voltage Design consideration of EHV lines Selection and spacing of conductors Corona Radio and television interference Insulation co-ordination Towers Design of Power System Introduction ,Selection of size and location of generation stations Selection of specification of transmission lines Size and locations of substations Interconnection Use of ac network analysis and computers Design of Distribution System 12 Hours 20% 07 Hours 12% 08 Hours 13%

Development of Distribution plan, Transmission and Distribution Systems Types of Distribution system Arrangements, Types of cable Primary Distribution Design, Secondary Distribution Design Distribution Substations Calculation of distribution sizes: voltage drops Voltage Regulation, Lamp Flicker Protection of Distribution System Design of rural distribution Planning and Design of town electrification scheme

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4.10 Design of Industrial distribution systems 5 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 6 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 7 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 7.7 Economics of Distribution System Comparison of overhead- transmission line and distribution systems Effect of voltage Selection of equipment of power systems Economic size of power factor improvement apparatus Economic selection of Distribution system Electric power transmission and distribution costs Energy Losses in a Distribution systems Power System Planning Introduction, Methods of Power system planning Forecasting load and energy requirements Generation Planning , Transmission System planning Distribution System Planning Reliability of electrical power system, Method of measuring power system reliability Trends in power system Planning in India Rural Electrification Rural Supply, Reliability Faults and Protection Improvement of Existing Distribution Systems Single Wire Earth Return System, Fault Location Auto- Reclosers , Determination of Rating of Induction Motor Constructional Practices Future Operation of Rural System 09 Hours 14% 07 Hours 12% 10 Hours 17%

D. Instructional Methods and Pedagogy


At the start of course, the course delivery pattern, prerequisite of the subject will be discussed. Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector, black board, OHP etc. Attendance is compulsory in lectures and laboratory, which carries five marks in overall evaluation.

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Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to
equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. Assignments based on course content will be given to the students for each unit/topic and will be evaluated at regular interval. It carries a weightage of five marks in the overall internal evaluation. Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar/Tutorials will be conducted having a share of five marks in the overall internal evaluation. The course includes a laboratory, where students have an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures. Experiments shall be performed in the laboratory related to course contents. Industrial visit to be arranged at relevant places like transmission substation, distribution substation.

E. Student Learning Outcomes:


At the end of course, the students will acquire the knowledge regarding electrical power system design, EHV( Extra High voltage) line design system, students will be well aware with real design in field, as well as practical knowledge of transmission and distribution systems . After studying this subject, student must be competent to design and implement. The student will also capable to give suggestion to improve performance of power system and can further helpful for the related subject/s in the coming semesters.

F. Recommended Study Material:


Text books: 1. 2. 3. M. V. Deshpande, Electrical Power System Design, Tata Mcgraw Hill A.S Pabla, Electric Power Distribution, Tata Mcgraw Hill

V.K. Mehta, Principles of Power System, S.Chand

Reference Books: 1. 2. 3. Ramamurthy, Handbook of Electrical Power Distribution, University Press (I) Pvt. Ltd B.R. Gupta, Power System Analysis and Design, S.Chand Hadi Saadat, Power system analysis, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company, New Delhi

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Web Material: 1. http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcourse-contents/IIT-KANPUR/powersystem/ui/TOC.htm 2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electric_power_transmission

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CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY


FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING EE303: MICROCONTROLLERS & THEIR APPLICATIONS B.TECH 5TH SEMESTER [ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING] Credit and Hours:
Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 4 100 Practical 2 50 Total 6 150 Credit 5

A. Objectives of the Course:


To make the students understand the basic difference between general-purpose processors and task specific processors as microcontrollers. To learn the architecture, programming, and interface requirements of commercially used microcontrollers; interface a microcontroller to memory, parallel ports, serial ports, etc. To learn the application of microcontroller systems to solve real-time problems. To make the students understand the working of advanced processors. To build the fundamentals of embedded circuits and programming using microcontrollers.

B. Out line of the Course:


Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Title of Unit Quick view of the concepts of Digital Electronics Introduction to 8051 microcontroller family Memory, Interrupts and Special Function Registers Programming Interfacing devices with Microcontrollers Concept of Advanced Processors (Intel processors) Min. No. of Hrs 2 8 8 22 14 6 Total hours (Theory): 60 Total hours (Lab): 30 Total hours : 90

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C. Detailed Syllabus:
1 Quick view of the concepts of Digital Electronics 02 Hours 3% 1.1 Number systems and Codes 1.2 Basic Digital Devices like Buffers, Logic gates, Registers, Encoder, Decoder, ROM, RAM, System bus, CPU etc 1.3 Difference between microprocessor and micro controller 2 Introduction to 8051 microcontroller family 08 Hours 13.5%

2.1 Difference between 8031,8051,8052 etc 2.2 Architecture of 8051 3 Memory, Interrupts and Special Function Registers 08 Hours 13.5%

3.1 Memory Organization and Memory map of internal (on-chip) RAM 3.2 Special Function Register, Interrupts and related settings 4 Programming 22 Hours 37%

4.1 Concept of Assembler Directives and Concept of Assembler, cross assembler, editor, linker, loader, debugger, simulator, emulator etc 4.2 8051 instruction set 4.3 Basic Programming using 8051 instructions 4.4 Software Delay generation , Port programming 5 Interfacing devices with Microcontrollers 14 Hours 23%

5.1 Concept of interfacing of devices with microprocessor/microcontroller for data transfer and Various methods of data transfer 5.2 General purpose programmable device 8255- Functional Block diagram, Control word format, Modes of operation 5.3 Analog to Digital Converters Digital to Analog Converters 6 Concept of Advanced Processors (Intel processors) 06 Hours 10%

6.1 Concept of Pipelining, Memory Segmentation and Paging 6.2 Privilege levels and Protection mechanism in memory access

D. Instructional Methods and Pedagogy


At the start of course, the course delivery pattern, prerequisite of the subject will be discussed. Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector, black board, OHP etc.

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Attendance is compulsory in lectures and laboratory, which carries five marks in overall evaluation. Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. Assignments based on course content will be given to the students for each unit/topic and will be evaluated at regular interval. It carries a weightage of five marks in the overall internal evaluation. Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar/Tutorials will be conducted having a share of five marks in the overall internal evaluation. The course includes a laboratory, where students have an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures. Experiments shall be performed in the laboratory related to course contents.

E. Student Learning Outcomes:


At the end of course, the students will acquire the knowledge regarding the fundamentals of microcontrollers and advance processors. The students will be well aware of the architecture of 8-bit microcontroller 8051 and its programming. After studying this subject, students will be competent to write programs for tasks based on application of microcontroller 8051 and easily learn advanced processors like DSP and higher version of controllers.

F. Recommended Study Material:


Text Books: 1. 2. 3. M A Mazidi, Janice Mazidi, Rolin Kinlay, The 8051 Microcontrollers and Embedded systems Myke Predko, Programming and Customizing the 8051 Microcontroller Kenneth Ayala, The 8051 Microcontroller

Reference Books: 1. 2. Barry Brey, The Intel Microprocessors Douglas V Hall, Microprocessor and Interfacing

Web Resources: 1. http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcourse-contents/IITKANPUR/microcontrollers/micro/ui/TOC.htm

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CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING EE304: INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTATION B.TECH 5TH SEMESTER [ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING] Credit and Hours:
Teaching Scheme Hours/ Week marks Theory 4 100 Practical 2 50 Total 6 5 150 Credit

Objective of the Course:


To focus on the application of industrial instrumentation of various electrical parameters. To have an adequate knowledge about different industrial instrumentation. To study in detail, the constructional and operational aspects of various instruments used in industry. Practical aspects of the subject will make the students capable of static and dynamic characteristics of industrial instrumentation.

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Out line of the Course:


Title of the Unit Introduction to Instrumentation Measurement of Torque , Velocity And Vibration. Level Measurement Flow Measurement Temperature Measurement Strain Gauge and Measurement of Strain Pressure Measurement Recorders Minimum number of hours 02 08 05 05 12 11 12 05 Total hours (Theory):60 Total hours (Lab):30 Total hours:90

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1. 1.1

Detailed Syllabus:
INTRODUCTION TO INSTRUMENTATION: Role of instruments in industrial processes 02 Hours 4%

1.2. Block representation of measurement systems 1.3 1.4 1.5 2. 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 3. 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 4. 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 5. 5.1 Need for calibration and standards Instrument parameters: Sensitivity, Accuracy, Resolution, Span, Range Static errors: Zero error, Proportionality error, hysteresis, maximum non-linearity error. MEASUREMENT OF TORQUE , VELOCITY AND VIBRATION: 08 Hours 14%

Torque transducers:-strain gauge torque meters, Magneto-strictive transducers Electromagnetic transducers:- Moving magnet type, Moving Coil type velocity transducer Electrical Tachometers Photoelectric Tachometer Stroboscope and stroboscopic method Measurement of Vibrations:- Nature of vibrations, quantities involved in vibration. Types of accelerometers LEVEL MEASUREMENT: Factors influencing level measurement Direct level measuring systems: the dip stick, the sight glass, floats Resistive, inductive and capacitive techniques for level measurement Ultrasonic and radiation methods FLOW MEASUREMENT: Turbine flow meter Electro magnetic flow meter Hot wire anemometer Ultrasonic flow transducer Flow Meter using Thermistors TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT: 12 Hours 20% 05 Hours 8% 05 Hours 8%

Electrical Resistance thermometer, Platinum Resistance thermometer, Measurement of Resistance of Thermometers, Salient Features of Resistance wire Thermometers

5.2 5.3 5.4

Thermistors:-Construction, Characteristics, Applications and Salient features Thermocouples:- Thermoelectric laws and construction Bimetallic thermometers

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5.5 5.6

Radiation Pyrometers Radiation Receiving Elements: Vacuum Thermocouple, Thermopile, Bolometer, Photoelectric Transducers

5.7 5.7 6. 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7 7. 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 7.7 8. 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 8.6 8.7 8.8

Optical Pyrometers Humidity Measurement STRAIN GAUGE AND MESUREMENT OF STRAIN: Theory of strain gauge Types of strain gauge Strain gauge circuits, Ballast circuits Wheastone Bridge, gauge sensitivity and temperature compensation Strain gauge calibration Load Cells Applications of strain gauges PRESSURE MEASUREMENT: 12 Hours 20% 11 Hours 18%

Definition and units: Relationship between absolute, atmospheric and gauge pressures Mechanical devices like diaphragm, Bellows and Bourdon tube for pressure gauge Variable Inductance and Capacitance transducers Piezo electric transducers L.V.D.T. for measurement of pressure Low pressure and Vacuum Pressure measurement using pirani gauge. McLeod gauge, Ionization gauge, pressure gauge calibration RECORDERS: Necessity of Recorders Recording Requirements Strip Chart Recorders X-Y Recorders Magnetic tape recorders Methods of Recording Frequency Modulated (FM) Recording Digital Tape Recorders 05 Hours 8%

Instructional Methods and Pedagogy:


At the start of course, the course delivery pattern, prerequisite of the subject will be discussed.

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Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector, black board, OHP etc. Attendance is compulsory in lectures and laboratory, which carries five marks in overall evaluation. Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. Assignments based on course content will be given to the students for each unit/topic and will be evaluated at regular interval. It carries a weightage of five marks in the overall internal evaluation. Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar/Tutorials will be conducted having a share of five marks in the overall internal evaluation. The course includes a laboratory, where students have an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures. Experiments shall be performed in the laboratory related to course contents.

Student Learning Outcomes:


The students will be well aware with the construction, working principle, Operation and application of various industrial instrumentation like strain gauge, thermocouples, thermistors, transducers, tachometers, load cells, Radiation Pyrometers, Thermopile, Bolometer, accelerometers, recorders. After successful completion of this course, students will be able to carry the fundamental knowledge to understand a fact behind the industrial automation process.

Recommended Study Material:


Text Books: 1. 2. 3. A. K. Shawney, Electrical and Electronics Measurement and Instrumentation Rangan, Sharma, Mani, Industrial Instrumentation Patranabis, Transducers and Instrumentation

Reference Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. Murthy, Transducers and Instrumentation R. K. Jain, Mechanical & Industrial Measurements S. K. Singh, Industrial Instrumentation & Control E.O. Doebelin, Measurement Systems Application and Design, Tata McGraw Hill publishing company, Revised edition.

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Patranabis, Principles of Industrial Instrumentation, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd, Revised edition.

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B.C. Nakra & K.K.Chaudary, Instrumentation Measurement & Analysis, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Ltd, 2004.

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S.K. Singh, Industrial Instrumentation and Control, Tata McGraw Hill, Revised edition.

8. 9.

D.P. Eckman, Industrial Instrumentation, Wiley Eastern Ltd. W. Buchanan, Industrial Instrumentation and Control, Butterworth- Heinemann, Revised edition.

Web Material: 1. 2. 3. www.isa.org http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/video.php?courseId=1062 http://www.mywbut.com/syllabus.php?mode=SM&paper_id=160&dept_id=6

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CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY


FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING EE305: POWER ELECTRONICS & DRIVESI B.TECH 5TH SEMESTER [ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING] Credit and Hours:
Teaching Scheme Hours/ Week marks Theory 4 100 Practical 2 50 Total 6 5 150 Credit

Objective of the Course:


The scope and objective of the course is to develop an understanding of state of the art in power electronic devices and circuits. The objective of the course is to learn the operation of different power electronics circuits and converters. This course also gives knowledge about various power electronics switching device and their application in the field of power control. Practical aspects of the subject will make the students capable of performing various tests on power electronics based drives.

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Sr. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Out line of the Course:


Title of the Unit Number of hours

Introduction to power electronics Power semiconductor devices Triggering, commutation and driver circuits DC-DC converters (choppers) AC- DC converters (controlled rectifiers) DC motor drives

02 17 10 10 10 11 Total hours (Theory): 60 Total hours (Lab): 30 Total hours: 90

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1. 1.1 1.2. 1.3 1.4 2. 2.1

Detailed Syllabus:
Introduction to power electronics Introduction Scope and applications Classification of power electronic converters Requirements of ideal switching device Power semiconductor devices Thyristors 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3 2.1.4 2.1.5 2.1.6 2.1.7 2.1.8 Silicon controlled rectifier V- I characteristics Switching characteristics Gate characteristics Ratings and protection Effect of dv/dt and di/dt Snubber circuit design Series and parallel operation of SCR 17 Hours 28% 02 Hours 3%

2.2

Other thyristors 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.2.4 TRIAC Light activated SCR (LASCR) Reverse conducting thyristors (RCT) Asymmetrical SCR

2.3

Gate commutated devices 2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4 2.3.5 Gate turn off thyristors (GTO) Power bipolar junction transistor Metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistor (MOSFET) Insulated gate bipolar transistor (IGBT) MOS controlled thyristor 10 Hours 17%

3. 3.1

Triggering, commutation and driver circuit Triggering circuits for thyristors 3.1.1 3.1.2 3.1.3 Resistance triggering circuit Resistance capacitance trigger circuit DIAC trigger circuit

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3.1.4 3.1.5 3.2

UJT based trigger circuit Microprocessor based trigger circuit

Commutation circuits 3.2.1 3.2.2 3.2.3 3.2.4 3.2.5 3.2.6 3.2.7 Natural and forced commutation Self commutation Self commutation with LC circuit Complementary commutation Auxiliary commutation External pulse commutation A.C. line commutation

3.3

Driver circuit 3.3.1 3.3.2 3.3.3 Optocoupler and pulse transformer based SCR driver circuit Gate drive circuit for power MOSFET Driver circuit for IGBT and BJT 10 Hours 17%

4 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 5 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 5.9

DC- DC converters Introduction Principle of chopper operation Control strategies Step down (buck) converter Step up(boost) converter Step up down converter Cuk DC-DC converter Chopper configuration Phase controlled rectifiers (AC-DC converter) Introduction Principle of phase controlled converter operation Single phase half wave converter Single phase semi converter Single phase full wave converter Single phase dual converter Three phase half wave converter Three phase semi converter with different loads Three phase full converter with different loads

10 Hours 17%

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5.10 Three phase dual converter 5.11 Power factor improvement techniques 6. 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 DC motor drives DC motors and their performance Starting and braking Different speed control methods Control of DC separately exited motor from single phase and three phase controlled rectifier 6.5 6.6 6.7 6.8 D Multi quadrant operation of DC separately exited motor Rectifier control of DC series motor Chopper control of separately exited DC motor Chopper control of DC series motor Instructional Methods and Pedagogy: At the start of course, the course delivery pattern, prerequisite of the subject will be discussed. Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector, black board, OHP etc. Attendance is compulsory in lectures and laboratory, which carries five marks in overall evaluation. Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. Assignments based on course content will be given to the students for each unit/topic and will be evaluated at regular interval. It carries a weightage of five marks in the overall internal evaluation. Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar/Tutorials will be conducted having a share of five marks in the overall internal evaluation. The course includes a laboratory, where students have an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures. Experiments shall be performed in the laboratory related to course contents. Industrial visit to be arranged for practical knowledge and exposure. 11 Hours 18%

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Student Learning Outcomes / objectives:


Students will acquire Ability to understand different types of power electronics converters Ability to understand different types of power electronics devices and their characteristics Ability to understand different turn on & turn off methods for SCR Ability to understand operation of dc- dc converter & ac- dc converter Analytical techniques through the study of the more widely used power converter circuits. Applications of power electronics in hybrid electric vehicles and renewable energy resources.

Recommended Study Material:


Text Books: 1. 2. 3. Muhammad H. Rashid, Power electronics: circuits, devices, and applications KB Khanchandani, MD Singh, Power Electronics P C Sen, Power Electronics

Reference Books: 1. 2. G.K. Dubey, Fundamentals of Electrical Drives Ned Mohan, Tore, M Undeland , William P Robbins, Power electronics: converters, applications, and design 3. 4. M S Jamil Asghar, Power Electronics B. W. Williams, Power electronics: devices, drivers, applications, and passive components Web Material: 1. http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcoursecontents/IIT%20Kharagpur/Power%20Electronics/New_index1.html 2. 3. http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/video.php?courseId=1057 http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/video.php?courseId=1033

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CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY


FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING EE311: SIMULATION LABI TH B.TECH 5 SEMESTER [ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING] Credit and Hours:
Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 0 0 Practical 2 50 Total 2 50 Credit 1

A. Objectives of the Course:


The educational objectives of this course are: Understand the application of software to power electronics, microprocessor and microcontrollers problems. Ability to create mathematical model of different power electronics models and simulation of different microcontroller for various applications.

B. Outline of the course:


Sr. No. 1. 2. Simulation Practical related to Power Electronics Simulation Practical related to Microprocessor & Microcontroller Title of the Unit Number of hours 20 10

Total hours (Theory): 00 Total hours (Lab): 30 Total hours: 30

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C. Detailed Syllabus:
Sr. No.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Title of the Practical Introduction to software [MatLab Simulink, PSIM, Keil Complier] useful for this subject. To study the operation of half wave rectifier for R, R-L & R-L-E loads To study the operation of full wave rectifier for R, R-L & R-L-E loads To study the operation of step up & step down DC choppers for various value of duty cycle To simulate different power factor improvement techniques for rectifiers. To simulate dual converter circuit. To simulate braking operation of DC drives using chopper. To study speed control operation of DC drives based on rectifiers. Generating square waveform using given clock frequency. Observing pattern generation of logic analyzer.

10. 11.

Writing delay routine and enabling port pin after the delay. Generating given sequence/pattern on the port pins and observing the sequence in true/false format.

D. Instructional Methods & Pedagogy:


At the start of course, the course delivery pattern, prerequisite of the subject will be discussed. Laboratory will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector. A student has to prepare a laboratory term work as per instruction given by lab instructor. Attendance is compulsory in laboratory, which carries five marks of the overall evaluation. Two viva voce will be conducted during the semester and average of two will be considered as a part of overall evaluation.

E. Students Learning Outcome:


On successful completion of the course, a student will able to Understand the elementary performance of power electronics devices & circuits. Understand the on screen simulation of microprocessors & microcontrollers. Apply the software simulation knowledge to the subject related to designing power

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electronics or microcontrollers offered in higher semesters.

F. Recommended Study Material:


Books: 1. 2. 3. Hunt Brain R, A Guide to MATLAB for Beginners and Experienced Users Pratap Rudra, Getting Started With MATLAB Attia John, Electronics and Circuit Analysis Using Matlab

Web Material: 1. http://www.keil.com/c51/

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CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY


FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATION SKILLS CS 301: PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION - I B TECH 5TH SEMESTER[ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING] Credits and Hours:
Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 2 100 Practical 2 50 Total 4 150 Credit 3

A. Objective of the Course:


To give a global competitive edge to the students by way of honing their Professional Communication Skills, To make them aware of the social aspects of the professional life, To train them in Group Work, Team Dynamics and Leadership, and To impart knowledge and sharpen the soft skills of the students.

B. Out Line of the Course:


Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Title of the Unit Professional Communication and Networks Cross-cultural Communication Social and People Skills Team Dynamics and Leadership Motivation, Positive Attitude and Confidence Personality Development, Personal Grooming and Soft Skills Stress and Conflict Management through Communication Communication Quotients and Emotional Intelligence Minimum Number of Hours 04 04 03 04 04 04 03 04 Total hours (Theory): 30 Hours Total hours (Lab): 30 Hours Total hours: 60 Hours

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C. Detailed Syllabus:
1. 1.1 1.2 1.3 Professional Communication and Networks An introduction to professional communication Principles of professional communication Communication networks: personal sanctum, professional sanctum, inner circle, and outer circle; managing the networks 1.4 Communication strategies: communicator, audience, message, channel choice, culture 1.5 1.6 2 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 3 3.1 3.2 Ethos, pathos, logos and kairos in professional communication Visual aids and nonverbal skills in professional communication Cross-cultural Communication Globalization and communication across the cultures Getting started with cross cultural communication Cross-cultural communication conflicts and tactics Hot spots in cross cultural communication Social and People Skills Matching and mirroring to build rapport at the work place SOFTEN (Smile, Open posture, Forward lean, Touch, Eye contact, Nod) in PC 3.3 3.4 4 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 5 5.1 Interpersonal relations and communication Essentials and principles of people skills Team Dynamics and Leadership Understanding teams and their structures Roles and functions in a team Group processes and procedures Responsibilities, functions, styles of a leader Maintaining teams through effective communication Motivation, Positive Attitude and Confidence Theories of motivation, Adairs rules of motivation and three circles model 5.2 5.3 Building positive attitude Self confidence, characteristics of confident people and barriers to achieving SC 04 Hours 13% 04 Hours 14% 03 Hours 10% 04 Hours 13% 04 Hours 14%

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6 6.1 6.2 6.3

Personality Development, Personal Grooming and Soft Skills Introduction to personality development Johari window Personal grooming and etiquettesbasics, workplace etiquettes, and PC etiquettes

04 Hours

13%

6.4 6.5 7 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 8 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4

Behavioral skills and critical thinking Adaptability Stress and Conflict Management through Communication An introduction to stress and conflict management Agreements and disagreements in professional communication Self-Esteem v/s Egoism Yielding, avoidance and antagonism at work places Models and techniques of stress and conflict management Communication Quotients and Emotional Intelligence An introduction to communication quotients and EI Four Qs intelligence, emotional, vision, adversity Five domains of EQ Personal, social and communicative competence 04 Hours 13% 03 Hours 10%

D. Instructional Method and Pedagogy:


Lectures will be taken in the class room and Practical sessions will be conducted in the language lab. Classroom Teaching will be facilitated by Reading Material and Explanations on the Blackboard; whereas Practical Teaching by reading materials and various interpersonal activities. Interpersonal Activities such as role plays, just a minute session, and short presentations will be the focused activities during the practical hours. They will be facilitated by an extensive use of multi-media presentations and practice tests. Attendance is compulsory in the classroom as well as in the practical sessions. It carries 5% of weightage in Theory and 10% in practical. At regular intervals some assignments will be given. In all, a student will be submitting 10 assignments. Submissions will have 10% of weightage in the theory marks.

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Similarly, students will also be required to prepare lab journals, which will carry 15% weightage in the practical marks. Two written Tests each of 15 marks will be conducted. An average of the two will be added in the Internal Marks the student gets along with the Marks for Assignments and Attendance. University Examination carries 70% of the overall evaluation.

E. Students Learning Outcomes:


At the end of the course, students will be able to Communicate across the cultures and in professional groups. Work in teams, take leadership with sound knowledge of people skills. Manage conflicts and stress through communication. Utilize their knowledge of Personality Development, Personal Grooming and Soft Skills to build rapport and communicate effectively at the work place.

F. Recommended Study Material:


Reference Books: 1. Andy Green, Effective Personal Communication Skills for Public Relations. 2. Penrose, Raberry and Myers, Advanced Business Communication, 4th Edition. 3. Booher Dianna, E-Writing, 21st Century Tools for Effective Communication. 4. Ron Ludlow and Fergus Panton, The Essence of Effective Communication. 5. Mary Munter, Guide to Managerial Communication, Effective Business Writing and Speaking, 7th Edition. 6. Ed. Neil Thomas, Adair on Team Building and Motivation. 7. Meenakshi Raman and Prakash Singh, Business Communication.

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CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY


FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING EE306: ELECTRICAL MACHINESIII B.TECH 6TH SEMESTER [ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING] Credit and Hours:
Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 4 100 Practical 4 100 Total 8 200 Credit 6

A. Objectives of the Course:


Electrical machines is a subject where a student will deal with various types of electrical machines which are employed in industries, power stations, domestic and commercial appliances etc. As electrical machines are the base of electrical engineering, the objective of the subject is to learn the basic concepts and in detail, constructional and operational aspects of various electrical machines used in industries and in day to day life. Practical aspects of the subject will make the students capable of performing various tests on the machines as per latest BIS specifications.

B. Outline of the Course:


Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 Title of Unit Synchronous Generator Synchronous Motor Specialty Machines Transients and Dynamics of AC machines Min. No. of Hrs 28 12 11 09 Total hours (Theory):60 Total hours (Lab):60 Total hours :120

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C. Detailed Syllabus:
1 1.1 SYNCHRONOUS GENERATOR 28 Hours 47%

Introduction, classification of synchronous machine, details of construction, damper winding, operating principle, production of sinusoidal alternating emf, Elementary machine

1.2

Frequency of induced emf, armature winding, pitch factor, distributed factor, winding factor, emf equation, Harmonics in voltage waveform, examples

1.3

Internal generated voltage, Leakage reactance, synchronous impedance, armature reaction, Equivalent circuit, phasor diagram, Synchronous generator operating alone, operation of alternator on no load and on load, effect of variation in load on synchronous generator

1.4

Laboratory methods of determination of synchronous reactance - oc/sc test, determination of effective resistance of armature, Short circuit ratio, voltage regulation, methods of calculating voltage regulation - EMF method, MMF method, ZPF method, examples

1.5

Two reactance concept for salient pole synchronous machine, Determination of Xd and Xq by low slip test, Construction of two reaction diagram from test data, power and torque in synchronous generator, Losses and efficiency, power flow diagram, examples

1.6

Synchronization of alternator: Necessity of parallel operation, condition required for parallel operation, the general procedure for synchronization of alternators, Synchronizing current, power, torque, Frequency active power and voltage reactive power characteristics of synchronous generator, effect of reactance, effect of increasing the driving torque of one the alternator, effect of change in excitation of one of the alternator, load sharing between two alternators., operation of synchronous generator with infinite bus bar, operation of synchronous generator with other generator, examples

1.7

Synchronous generator transients, transient stability of synchronous generator, short circuit transients in synchronous generator,

1.8

Synchronous generator ratings, synchronous generator capability curves, Effect of unequal voltages, Governor characteristics, Hunting of alternators

2 2.1

SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS

12 Hours 20%

Introduction, construction, principle of operation, synchronous motor with different excitation, starting methods of synchronous motor

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2.2

Armature reaction in synchronous motor, steady state synchronous motor operation effect of load change on synchronous motor, effect of field current change on synchronous motor, equivalent circuit, phasor diagram, power flow diagram, examples

2.3

Different torques of

synchronous motor, stability and maximum load angle,

construction of V curves and inverted V curves, O curves, 2.4 Synchronous condenser, synchronous phase modifier, hunting, speed control of synchronous motor, merits, demerits and application 3 3.1 SPECIALTY MACHINES Permanent magnet dc motor (PMDC), permanent magnet 11 Hours 18% brushless dc

motor(PMBLDC), permanent magnet synchronous motor(PMSM) 3.2 3.3 4 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 Switched Reluctance Motor (SRM), Linear Synchronous motor, Cryogenerators Cross field machines TRANSIENTS AND DYNAMICS OF AC MACHINES Mathematical description of three phase synchronous machines Synchronous machines transient reactance and time constants Synchronous machines dynamics Mathematical description of three phase induction motor Induction machines transients, induction machine dynamics. 09 Hours 15%

D.

Instructional Methods and Pedagogy


At the start of course, the course delivery pattern, prerequisite of the subject will be discussed. Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector, black board, OHP etc. Attendance is compulsory in lectures and laboratory, which carries five marks in overall evaluation. Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. Assignments based on course content will be given to the students for each unit/topic and will be evaluated at regular interval. It carries a weightage of five marks in the overall internal evaluation. Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar/Tutorials will be conducted having a share of five marks in the overall internal evaluation.

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The course includes a laboratory, where students have an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures. Experiments shall be performed in the laboratory related to course contents. Industrial visit to be arranged for practical knowledge and exposure.

E. Student Learning Outcomes:


At the end of course, the students will acquire the knowledge regarding the fundamentals of alternator and its operation in power system. The students will be well aware with the, construction, working principle, operation, characteristics, performance and application of synchronous generator, synchronous motor. They will also be introduced with specialty machines, dynamics and transients of ac machines which will be helpful in research and in any kind of further studies in field of power system and machines.

F. Recommended Study Material:


Text Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. J.B.Gupta, Theory and performance of electrical machines, S.K.Kataria and sons Stephen.J.Chapman, Electric Machinery Fundamentals, Mcgraw Hill D.P. Kothari & I. J. Nagrath, Electrical Machines, TMH publication B.L.Theraja & A.K.Theraja, A textbook of electrical technology VOL II ( AC & DC machines), S. Chand Publication 5. Dr. P.S.Bimbhra, Electrical Machinery, Khanna Publisher

Reference Books: 1. 2. Mulukutla.S.Sharma & Mukesh.K.Pathak, Electrical Machines, Cengage Learning. M.G.Say, The performance and design of alternating current machines, CBS Publishers & Distributors 3. A.E.Fitzerald, Charles Kingsley, Stephen . D. Umans, Electric Machinery, Tata Mcgraw Hill, 6th Edition 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Dr. S K Sen, Electrical Machinery Bhag and Guru, Electric Machines Chakrabarahy and Mukharaji, Electrical Machines M N Bandopadhyay, Electrical Machines Wildi, Electrical machine Drives and Power System, Pearson Publications, 6th Edition.

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Web Material: 1. 2. http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/IIT-MADRAS/Electrical_Machines_II/index.php http://www.ece.ualberta.ca/~knight/ee332/synchronous/s_main.html

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CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING EE307: ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEMIII B.TECH 6TH SEMESTER [ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING] Credit and Hours:
Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 4 100 Practical 2 50 Total 6 150 Credit 5

A.

Objective of the Course:

To introduce the students with the detail knowledge of fault analysis and fault clearing system. The students will get the exposure on power system analysis when it is imperiled to different symmetrical and unsymmetrical faults or abnormalities. Simultaneously, students will also be revealing to impart the knowledge of fault clearing phenomena and operation of circuit breakers to clear the faults.

B.
Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5

Outline of the Course:


Title of Unit Review of representation of power system components: Symmetrical fault analysis Symmetrical components Unsymmetrical Fault Analysis Fundaments of Fault Clearing, Switching Phenomena and Circuit Breaker (CB) Ratings Min. No. of Hrs 04 08 13 10 10

6 7

Arc Extinction Process in Circuit Breaker Types of Circuit Breakers

05 10 Total hours (Theory): 60 Total hours (Lab): 30 Total hours: 90

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C. 1 1.1

Detailed Syllabus: Review of representation of power system components: 04 Hours 6.66%

Introduction, Single phase solution to three phase system, one line diagram, impedance and reactance diagram

1.2 2 2.1

Per unit system and Examples Symmetrical fault analysis 08 Hours 13.33%

Introduction, sudden short circuit on R-L series circuit, 3 phase short circuit current calculation, examples

2.2 2.3 3 3.1 3.2 3.3

Sub-transient, transient and steady state model of synchronous machine 3 phase short circuit analysis of power system Examples Symmetrical components Introduction, Symmetrical Component transformation Example on symmetrical components Sequence impedance and sequence network of transformer , Phase shift in star delta transformers 13 Hours 21.67%

3.4

Sequence impedance and sequence network of synchronous machine and transmission line

3.5 4 4.1 4.2 5

Examples on sequence networks Unsymmetrical Fault Analysis Types of unsymmetrical faults and its analysis Examples on unsymmetrical fault analysis Fundaments of Fault Clearing, Switching Phenomena and 10 Hours 16.67% Circuit Breaker (CB) Ratings 10 Hours 16.67%

5.1 5.2 5.3

Current interruption in AC circuit breaker Transient recovery voltage, rate of rise of restriking voltage and Examples Effect of natural frequency, power factor on TRV- effect of reactance drop on power frequency recovery voltage- effect of armature reaction on recovery voltage- effect of first pole to clear factor- single, double frequency transient

5.4

Interruption of low magnetizing current (current chopping), use of resistance switching for damping TRV, use of opening resistor, switching of capacitor bank, unloaded transmission lines lines and unloaded cables, interruption of terminal fault and short line fault (Kilometric Fault), Phase opposition switching

5.5

Rating of AC circuit breaker

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6 6.1 6.2 6.3 7 7.1

Arc Extinction Process in Circuit Breaker

05 Hours

8.33%

Introduction, The matter and plasma- Ionization of gases DeionizationFormation of electric arc and methods of arc extinction Arc interruption theories Types of Circuit Breakers 10 Hours 16.67%

Air break circuit breaker, construction of air blast circuit breaker, (ABCB), arc quenching in ABCB, resistance switching in ABCB and methods of reducing overvoltage in ABCB

7.2

Physical and dielectric properties of sulphur hexafluoride (SF6), arc extinction process in SF6 CB, different puffer type circuit SF6 CB, relative merits and demerits of SF6 CB Electric break down in high vacuum, arc extinction in vacuum CB, construction of vacuum CB, contact material and switching phenomena of vacuum CB

7.3

7.4

Introduction to Direct Current Circuit Breaker (DCCB), different types of DCCB

D.

Instructional Methods and Pedagogy


At the start of course, the course delivery pattern, prerequisite of the subject will be discussed. Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector, black board, OHP etc. Attendance is compulsory in lectures and laboratory, which carries five marks in overall evaluation. Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. Assignments based on course content will be given to the students for each unit/topic and will be evaluated at regular interval. It carries a weightage of five marks in the overall internal evaluation.

Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar/Tutorials will be conducted having a share of five marks in the overall internal evaluation. The course includes a laboratory, where students have an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures. Experiments shall be performed in the laboratory related to course contents. Industrial visit to be arranged for practical knowledge and exposure.

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E.

Student Learning Outcomes:


At the end of course, the students will be aware from the techniques for fault analysis in power system. Use of symmetrical components for unsymmetrical fault analysis will be understood. The students will understand the fault clearing phenomena and design factors, which affect the performance of circuit breaker. The students can compare the operating performance of circuit breaker and their relative merits and demerits.

F.

Recommended Study Material:

Text Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. Hadi Saadat, Power System Analysis , Tata Mcgraw Hill D.P. Kothari & I. J. Nagrath, Modern Power System Analysis , Tata Mcgraw Hill V.K. Mehta, Principles of Power System , S.Chand S.S. Rao, Switchgear and Protection , Dhanpat Rai & Sons

Reference Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Grainger & Stevenson, Power System Analyis , Tata Mcgraw Hill B.R. Gupta, Power System Analysis and Design , S.Chand P.M. Anderson, Analysis of Faulted Power System , IEEE Press B. Ravindranath & M. Chander, Power System Protection & Switchgear J.B. Gupta, Switchgear and Protection R.T. Lithal, JNP Switchgear

Web Material: 1. 2. 3. http://courses.engr.illinois.edu/ece476/notes/?year=2010 http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/video.php?courseId=1060 http://freevideolectures.com/Course/2353/Power-Systems-Analysis

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CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY


FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING EE308: HIGH VOLTAGE ENGINEERING B TECH 6TH SEMESTER [ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING] Credit and Hours:
Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 4 100 Practical 2 50 Total 6 150 Credit 5

A. Objectives of the Course:


The educational objectives of this course are: To present a problem oriented introductory knowledge of the High Voltage Engineering. To address the underlaying concepts & methods of Breakdown mechanisms in various dielectrics, Generation & Measurement of High Voltages and different testing technologies used in industries to assure the quality and performance of high voltage equipments . Practical aspects of the subject will make the students capable of performing various tests on the electrical equipments to evaluating its quality as per Indian Standards, IEC standards and IEEE standards.

B. Out line of the course:


Sr No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5 6. 7. Breakdown Mechanism in Solid and Liquid dielectrics Breakdown mechanism in gaseous dielectrics Corona Generation of High voltage Measurement of high voltage and current High voltage testing of equipments High voltage laboratory Title of the unit Minimum number of hours 07 07 03 17 13 11 02 Total hours (Theory):60 Total hours (Lab):30 Total hours:90

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C. Detailed Syllabus:
1. Breakdown Mechanism in Solid and Liquid dielectrics 07 Hours 12%

1.1 Introduction, solid di-electrics, intrinsic breakdown, electromechanical breakdown, thermal Breakdown 1.2 Electrochemical breakdown, treeing and tracking phenomenon of partial discharge, Solid dielectrics used in practice. 1.3 Introduction, classification of liquids, liquid breakdown test cell, transformer oil purification, testing of di-electric oil as per IS 355 and IS 6792 1.4 Breakdown in pure liquids , breakdown in commercial liquids 2. Breakdown mechanism in gaseous dielectrics: 2.1 Introduction, ionization processes, townsends mechanism 2.2 Primary and secondary ionization co-efficient, breakdown in electronegative gases 2.3 Streamer theory, comparison of townsend and slepians theory, Paschens law, breakdown under uniform and non-uniform fields 2.4 Post breakdown current-voltage characteristics, de-ionization, breakdown under impulse voltage, SF6 and vacuum as di-electric, vacuum BID mechanisms 3. Corona: 03 Hours 05% 07 Hours 12%

Phenomenon, disruptive and visual critical voltage, corona loss, factors and conditions affecting corona loss, radio interference, methods to reduce corona 4. Generation of High Voltages: 17 Hours 28%

4.1 Introduction, Generation of high direct voltage, rectifier circuits, voltage doubler cascaded circuits, deltatron circuits, related examples 4.2 Van de graff generators, electrostatic generators, generation of high alternating voltages, cascade transformer, resonant transformer, 4.3 Generation of high frequency alternating voltages, generation of impulse voltages, impulse voltage wave, BIL 4.4 Impulse generator, Marx circuit, constructional features of impulse generator, trigatron gap, faraday cage, generation of impulse currents, related examples 5. Measurement of High voltage and Current : 13 Hours 22% standard

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5.1 Measurement of high direct voltages, potential dividers, generating voltmeters, measurement of high alternating voltages, series voltmeters, 5.2 Capacitance potential dividers and capacitance voltage transformers, electrostatic voltmeter, measurement with sphere gaps ( IS 1876) 5.3 Sphere gap construction and assembly, factors influencing the spark over voltage 5.4 Measurement of impulse voltages, measurement of high d.c. and a.c. currents. measurement of high frequency and impulse currents, measurement of capacitance and loss tangent 6. High voltage testing of equipments: 6.1 Introduction, related Indian standards 6.2 High voltage test on line insulators, bushings, transformers, cables, circuit breakers, lightning arrestors 6.3 Synthetic testing, non-destructive high voltage test 6.4 Partial discharge detection, partial discharge measurement (IS 6209). 7. High voltage laboratory 02 Hours 03% 11 Hours 18%

Design, planning and layout of high voltage laboratory, necessity, test facilities, testing equipments, layout of short circuit laboratory, its circuit and operation.

D. Instructional Method and Pedagogy:


At the start of course, the course delivery pattern, prerequisite of the subject will be discussed. Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector, black board, OHP etc. Attendance is compulsory in lectures and laboratory, which carries five marks in overall evaluation. Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. Assignments based on course content will be given to the students for each unit/topic and will be evaluated at regular interval. It carries a weightage of five marks in the overall internal evaluation. Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar/Tutorials will be conducted having a share of five marks in the overall internal evaluation. The course includes a laboratory, where students have an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures. Experiments shall be performed in the laboratory related to course contents.

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Industrial visit to be arranged for practical knowledge and exposure.

E. Student Learning Outcomes:


At the end of course, the students will acquire the knowledge regarding the fundamentals of high voltage engineering. The students will be well aware with the different technologies of high voltage generation and measurement. Students can also get depth knowledge of different high voltage testing technologies which are used in testing laboratories to assure the quality of insulation and hence the high voltage equipments such as Power Transformers, Circuit Breakers etc.

F. Recommended Study Material:


Text Books: 1. 2. M.S. Naidu & V.Kamaraju, High Voltage Engineering , TMH Limited C.L. Wadhwa, High Voltage Engineering , New Age Publishers

Reference Books: 1. D.V. Razevig, translated by M.P. Chourasia, High Voltage Engineering , Khanna Publishers. 2. 3. Sabir Ray , High Voltage Engineering E. Kuffel, J. Kuffel and W.S. Zaengl, High Voltage Engineering

Web Material: 1. http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcourse-contents/IITKANPUR/HighVoltageEngg/ui/TOC.htm 2. 3. http://www.mv.helsinki.fi/tpaulin/Text/hveng.pdf http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/physics/8-02-electricity-and-magnetism-spring2002/video-lectures/lecture-6-high-voltage-breakdown-and-lightning/ 4. http://www.sayedsaad.com/High_voltge/index_solids.htm

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CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY


FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING EE309: ELECTRICAL POWER UTILISATION & TRACTION B.TECH 6TH SEMESTER [ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING] Credit and Hours:
Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 4 100 Practical 0 0 Total 4 100 Credit 4

A. Objectives of the Course:


The educational objectives of this course are: To study in detail operational aspects of various devices used by industry for effective utilization of electrical power. To focus on the illumination practices adopted. To address the underlying concepts of electrical traction drives. To study in detail the concepts of electrical heating & welding. To study concepts of Electrolysis and electroplating

B. Outline of the course:


Sr No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Title of the unit Electric Drives Electric Heating Electric Welding Illumination Fundamentals Various Illumination Methods Electric Traction Electrolytic Process Minimum number of hours 17 12 02 04 06 16 03 Total hours (Theory): 60 Total hours (Lab): 00 Total hours: 60

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C. Detailed Syllabus:
1. ELECTRIC DRIVES: 17 Hours 28%

1.1 Type of electric drives, choice of motor, 1.2 Starting characteristics of D.C, Series and shunt Motor, 3-phase induction motor 1.3 Running characteristics of D.C, Series and shunt Motor, 3-phase induction motor 1.4 Speed control of D.C, Series and shunt Motor, 3-phase induction motor 1.5 Methods of electric braking, of D.C motor, And 3-phase induction motor, 1.6 Mechanical features of electric drive, Load Equalization, Flywheel calculations, examples. 1.7 Types of industrial loads, continuous, intermittent and variable loads, load equalization. 1.8 Temperatures rise of electric drives beating And cooling curves, Standard ratings of motors, Examples 1.9 Applications of electric drives And selection of drives for particular service, Energy efficient drives. 2. ELECTRIC HEATING: 12 Hours 20%

2.1 Advantages and methods of electric heating, 2.2 Resistance heating 2.3 Induction heating: principle, types of induction furnaces, Direct core type, Vertical core type, Indirect core type, Core less type, Advantages and disadvantages, 2.4 Dielectric heating: principles, advantages and disadvantages, applications, 2.5 Eddy current heating, Applications examples., 2.6 Arc-furnace: principle, Types, direct and indirect arc furnaces, Power supply and control, Condition for maximum output, Examples. 3. ELECTRIC WELDING: 02 Hours 3%

3.1 Different types of resistance and arc welding, 3.2 Electric welding equipment, comparison between A.C. and D.C. Welding. 4. ILLUMINATION FUNDAMENTALS : 04 Hours 7%

4.1 Introduction, definitions, laws of illumination 4.2 Polar curves, photometry, sources of light. 5. VARIOUS ILLUMINATION METHODS : 06 Hours 10%

5.1 Discharge lamps, Tungsten and Sodium vapour lamps comparison between tungsten filament lamps and fluorescent tubes. 5.2 Basic principles of light control, Types and design of lighting schemes.

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5.3 Flood lighting, Factory lighting and street lighting, Recent Illumination practices 6 ELECTRIC TRACTION: 16 Hours 27%

6.1 Features of an ideal traction system, systems of electric traction 6.2 Locomotives, Tramways, trolleys, Track electrification, Comparison between A.C and D.C systems of railway electrification 6.3 Mechanism of train movement, speed-time curves 6.4 Tractive effort, power, Output, examples., Energy output from driving axles, Energy output using simplified speed-time curves, Examples, 6.5 Factors affecting energy consumption, dead weight, accelerating weight, Adhesion weight, examples., 6.6 Traction motors and their characteristics, 6.7 Speed control Schemes and Braking of traction motors 7 Electrolysis: 03 Hours 5%

7.1 Faradays laws of Electrolysis, current efficiency, production of chemicals 7.2 Electro-deposition, Electroplating, power supply for electrolytic process

D. Instructional Method and Pedagogy:


At the start of course, the course delivery pattern, prerequisite of the subject will be discussed. Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector, black board, OHP etc. Attendance is compulsory in lectures which carries five marks of the overall evaluation. Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. Assignments based on course content will be given to the students for each unit/topic and will be evaluated at regular interval. It carries a weightage of 5 marks in the overall internal evaluation. Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar/Tutorials will be conducted having a share of 5 marks in the overall internal evaluation. Industrial visit will be conducted to bridge gap between theoretical knowledge gained of the subject and practices adopted by industry.

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E. Student Learning Outcomes:


At the end of course, the students will acquire the knowledge regarding the fundamentals traits and elementary design aspects of illumination, heating and welding. They will gain in depth knowledge of electric traction and get familiarized with concepts of electric drives. Moreover, they will also be aware of essentials of electrolysis and electroplating. Construction and operation of different furnaces will be understood by them.

F. Recommended Study Material:


Text Books: 1. 2. J. B. Gupta, Electrical Power Utilization, S.K.Kataria & Sons H. Partab, Electric Traction, Dhanpatrai & sons

Reference Books: 1. 2. 3. Taylor O, Electrical Power Utilization, Longman Publications. B.L. Theraja, Electrical Power Utilization, S Chand pub. Wadhwa. C.L.,Generation, Distribution and utilization of electrical energy, Wiley Eastern Limited,1993. 4. 5. Soni, Gupta, Bhatnagar, A Course in Electric Power, Dhanapat Rai & sons, 2001. S.L.Uppal, Electrical Power, Khanna Pulishers,1988.

Web Material: 1. 2. 3. nettopdf.info/en/ebook/Electric Traction Motors http://www.2classnotes.com/digital_notes.asp?p=Standard_Electrode_Potential http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/video.php?courseId=1082

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CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY


FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING EE310: PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLER & INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION TH B.TECH 6 SEMESTER [ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING] Credit and Hours:
Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 4 100 Practical 2 50 Total 6 150 Credit 5

A. Objectives of the Course:


This course is designed as an introduction to programmable controller systems. Instructor(s) will introduce programmable controller systems, how they work, and how they can be useful to control various processes. Students will learn specific skills such as programming, editing, saving, uploading, downloading, and restoring PLC ladder logic programs. In addition, students will become familiar with status bits, timers, counters, comparison, data manipulation, and program flow instructions.

B. Outline of the Course:


Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Title of Unit Programmable Logic Controllers PLC Hardware Logical Sensors Logical Actuators Boolean Logic Design PLC Operation Latches, Timers & Counters Ladder Logic Functions Min. No. of Hrs 10 08 08 05 06 06 06 11 Total hours (Theory): 60 Total hours (Lab): 30 Total hours : 90

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C. Detailed Syllabus:
1 1.1 1.2 2 2.1 2.2 3 3.1 Programmable Logic Controllers Introduction, Ladder Logic, Programming, PLC Connections PLC Connections, Ladder Logic Inputs, Ladder Logic Outputs PLC Hardware Introduction, Inputs And Outputs, Inputs, Output Modules, Relays Logical Sensors 08 Hours 13% 08 Hours 13% 10 Hours 17%

Introduction, Sensor Wiring, Switches, Transistor -Transistor Logic (TTL), Sinking/Sourcing,

3.2

Solid State Relays, Presence Detection, Contact Switches, Reed Switches, Optical (Photoelectric)

3.3 4 4.1

Sensors, Capacitive Sensors, Inductive Sensors, Ultrasonic, Hall Effect, Fluid Flow Logical Actuators 05 Hours 09%

Introduction, Solenoids, Valves, Cylinders, Hydraulics, Pneumatics, Motors, Computers

5 5.1 5.2 6 6.1 6.2 7 7.1

Boolean Logic Design

06 Hours 10%

Introduction, Boolean Algebra, Logic Design, Boolean Algebra Techniques, Common Logic Forms, Complex Gate Forms, Multiplexers PLC Operation Introduction, Operation Sequence, The Input And Output Scans, The Logic Scan, Plc Status, Memory Types And Software Based Plcs Latches, Timers, Counters And More 06 Hours 10% 06 Hours 10%

Introduction, Latches, Timers, Counters, Master Control Relays (MCRs), Internal Relays

8 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 8.6

Ladder Logic Functions Introduction, Data Handling, Move Functions, Mathematical Functions Conversions Array Data Functions, Statistics, Block Operations, Logical Functions Comparison Of Values, Boolean Functions, Design Cases Simple Calculation, For-Next, Series Calculation

11 Hours 18%

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Flashing Light

D.

Instructional Methods and Pedagogy


At the start of course, the course delivery pattern, prerequisite of the subject will be discussed. Lectures will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector, black board, OHP etc. Attendance is compulsory in lectures and laboratory, which carries five marks component to each of the overall evaluation. Two internal exams will be conducted and average of the same will be converted to equivalent of 15 Marks as a part of internal theory evaluation. Assignments based on course content will be given to the students for each unit/topic and will be evaluated at regular interval. It carries a weightage of five marks in the overall internal evaluation. Surprise tests/Quizzes/Seminar/Tutorials will be conducted having a share of five marks in the overall internal evaluation. The course includes a laboratory, where students have an opportunity to build an appreciation for the concepts being taught in lectures. Experiments shall be performed in the laboratory related to course contents. Industrial visit will be arranged for practical knowledge and exposure.

E. Student Learning Outcomes:


At the end of course, the students will acquire the knowledge regarding the fundamentals of programmable logic controller. Student will be able to program PLC and they can apply their knowledge in the field of automation and control.

F. Recommended Study Material:


Text Books: 1. 2. John W. Webb, Ronald A. Reis, Programmable Logic Controllers , PHI W.Bolton, Programmable Logic Controllers, Newnes, 5th Ed

Reference Books: 1. A.J. Crispin, Programmable Logic Controllers & their Engineering Application, McGraw Hill 2. Thomas A. Hughes, Programmable Logic Controllers , I S A

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3.

John R. Hackworth, Programmable Logic Controllers , Pearson Education Inc.

Web Material: 1. 2. 3. www.siemensplcweb.com http://www.ab.com/programmablecontrol/plc/ http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcourse-contents/IITKharagpur/Industrial Automation control/New_index1.html

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CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY


FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING EE312: SIMULATION LABORATORYII B.TECH 6TH SEMESTER [ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING] Credit and Hours:
Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory ----Practical 2 50 Total 2 50 Credit 1

A. Objectives of the Course:


The educational objectives of this course are: Understand the application of different software like MATLAB, MiPOWER, power world simulator etc in electrical engineering. Ability to create mathematical model of electrical power system and electrical machines. Understand and verify the performance of various electrical machines like induction machines, synchronous machines and specialty machines and effect of change in various electrical parameters on their performance. To simulate power system network and study fault analysis, symmetrical components etc using software. Able to see the waveform of different circuit and thereby understand the design of different circuit and to check their performance.

B. Outline of the Course:


Sr. No. 1 2 Title of Unit Electrical Power System simulation Electrical Machines Simulation Min. No. of Hrs 20 10 Total hours (Theory): 00 Total hours (Lab): 30 Total hours : 30

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C. Detailed Syllabus:
Sr. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Comprehensive list of Practical Introduction to simulation software To study the performance of induction motor To study the performance of synchronous machine To study the performance of PMSM, BLDC etc To study the symmetrical fault analysis To study the symmetrical components To study the unsymmetrical fault analysis To demonstrate the use of surge arresters in a series and shunt compensated 735 kV AC transmission system

D. Instructional Methods and Pedagogy


At the start of course, the course delivery pattern, prerequisite of the subject will be discussed. Laboratories will be conducted with the aid of multi-media projector. A student has to prepare a laboratory term work as per instruction given by lab instructor. Attendance is compulsory in laboratory, which carries five marks of the overall evaluation. Two viva voce will be conducted during the semester and average of two will be considered as a part of overall evaluation.

E. Student Learning Outcomes / objectives:


At the end of course, the students will acquire the knowledge regarding the simulation of different electrical machines and electrical power system network using different software. This will be very helpful to them in dealing with real system in industries and to carry out consultancy. The subject will definitely useful to student for further studies and carry out research work in future.

F. Recommended Study Material:


1. Manual of software provided by lab instructor. Reference Book: 1. Stephen.J.Chapman, Electric Machinery Fundamentals , Mcgraw Hill 2. Hadi Saadat, Power System Analysis , Tata Mcgraw Hill

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CHAROTAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY


FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATION SKILLS CS 302: PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION - II B TECH 6TH SEMESTER [ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING] Credits and Hours:
Teaching Scheme Hours/week Marks Theory 2 100 Practical 2 50 Total 4 150 Credit 3

A. Objective of the Course:


To enhance the employability skills of the students To make them aware of the Interview Process and the Skills required To brief them about how to face Group Discussions, Personal Interviews and prepare & deliver effective presentations To bring about awareness regarding Corporate Ethics and Etiquettes To give them a glimpse of Professional Writing To help them build sound vocabulary

B. Out Line of the Course:


Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Employability Skills Reasoning Skills Persuasion and Negotiation Skills Professional Writing Personal Interview, Group Presentations Corporate Ethics and Etiquettes Resume and Employment Letters Vocabulary Discussion and (Team) Title of the Unit Minimum Number of Hours 04 04 04 04 04 04 03 03 Total hours (Theory): 30 Hours Total hours (Lab): 30 Hours Total hours: 60 Hours

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C. Detailed Syllabus:
1. 1.1 1.2 Employability Skills Skills-gap and employability Employability skill set: basic academic skills, higher-order thinking skills and personal qualities 1.3 1.4 1.5 2 2.1 Knowledge, skills, attitude and aptitude Adaptability at the workplace Basic, higher order thinking and affective skills Reasoning Skills Basic reasoning skills (storage skills, retrieval skills, matching skills, and execution skills 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 3 3.1 3.2 Critical, conditional and comparative reasoning Inductive and deductive reasoning Verbal, non-verbal and abstract reasoning Logical reasoning Pros vs Cons, cause effect reasoning Persuasion and Negotiation Skills Persuasion / Negotiation as art and skill Persuasive process; changing existing attitudes, behaviour and adopting new ones 3.3 3.4 4 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 Preparing for negotiation and finding solutions Fall-back situations and behaviour in negotiations Professional Writing Methods of thoughts and principles of professional writing Pyramid principle Vertical and horizontal writing E-writing, platforms and media for writing content electronically; how to use them 4.5 5 Email etiquettes and social and legal aspects of e-communication Personal Interview, Group Discussion and (Team) 04 Hours 13% 04 Hours 13% 04 Hours 13% 04 Hours 13% 04 Hours 13%

Presentations 5.1 5.2 5.3 An introduction to selection procedure Methodology of group discussion, guidelines for group discussion Roles and functions in group discussion; non-functional behaviour

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5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7

Uses and benefits of team presentations Planning, preparing and executing (team) presentations Presentation techniques Preparing and practicing for the interview; frequently asked questions

5.8 6 6.1

Types interviews and types of questioning approaches Corporate Ethics and Etiquettes An introduction to corporate ethics, difference between ethics and morals 04 Hours 13%

6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 7 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4

Values, ethics and communication; ethical dilemmas Work ethics and work responsibilities A strategic approach to corporate ethics Ethical communication on the internet Resume and Employment Letters Campus placements and applying for jobs, planning the career path Preparing the resume; kinds of resume Dos and Donts of effective resume Employment correspondence, posting electronic resume and the applicant letter 03 Hours 11%

8 8.1 8.2 8.3

Vocabulary Synonyms, antonyms and homonyms One word substitutes Words often confused

03 Hours

11%

D. Instructional Method and Pedagogy:


Lectures will be taken in the class room and Practical sessions will be conducted in the language lab. Classroom Teaching will be facilitated by Reading Material and Explanations on the Blackboard; whereas Practical Teaching by reading materials and various interpersonal activities. Interpersonal Activities such as role plays, just a minute session, and short presentations will be the focused activities in the classroom. They will be facilitated by an extensive use of multi-media presentations and practice tests.

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Attendance is compulsory in the classroom. It carries 5% of weightage in Theory and 10% in practical. At regular intervals some assignments will be given. In all, a student will be submitting 10 assignments. Submissions will have 10% of weightage in the theory marks.

Similarly, students will also be required to prepare lab journals, which will carry 15% weightage in the practical marks. Two written Tests each of 15 marks will be conducted. An average of the two will be added in the Internal Marks the student gets along with the Marks for Assignments and Attendance. University Examination carries 70% of the overall evaluation.

E. Students Learning Outcomes:


At the end of the course, students will be able to Prepare impressive resume and forwarding letter Face (Campus) Interviews with sound knowledge of the process and appropriate skills set Utilize Professional Writing Skills on paper as well as electronically Understand speeches and writings through inferencing and reasoning and to utilize the same for personal as well as for the professional growth Work effective having proper etiquettes and sound morals and ethics

F. Recommended Study Material:


Reference Books: 1. Andy Green, Effective Personal Communication Skills for Public Relations. 2. Penrose, Raberry and Myers, Advanced Business Communication, 4th Edition. 3. Booher Dianna, E-Writing, 21st Century Tools for Effective Communication. 4. Ron Ludlow and Fergus Panton, The Essence of Effective Communication. 5. Mary Munter, Guide to Managerial Communication, Effective Business Writing and Speaking, 7th Edition. 6. Ed. Neil Thomas, Adair on Team Building and Motivation. 7. Meenakshi Raman and Prakash Singh, Business Communication.

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