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COMPUTER TECHNIQUES IN POWER SYSTEM
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EE72 04 52
IA Marks Exam Hrs. Exam Marks
25 03 100
Bus incidence matrix. Primitive admittance matrix. YBus by singular transformation. Algorithm for formation of bus impedance for single phase system,. 08 Hours' . .
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,2. Load frequency' control; turbi~e' speed governing, system, modeling.' Block diagram' representatio~ of single area, steady state and dynamic response. Twoarea load frequency contr~l., .
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Load flow studies. static load flow equations, types of buses. Gauss Siedel iterative method using Y bus including PV bus. acceleration of convergence. Newton Raphson method in polar coordinates. Fast Decoupled load flow method. Representation of transformer fixed tap setting transformer, tap changing under load transformer. 14 Hours Economic operation of power system: Optimal distribution of loads between units within a plant. Transmission loss as a function of plant generation. determination of loss coefficient. Automatic economic load dispatch. 10 Hours
08 Hours
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Transient stability studies: Numerical solutions of differential equations. modified Euler's method. Runge Kutta IV order method Milnes Predictor Corrector method. Swing equation. Representation of synchronous machine for transient stability studies, load representation Network performance equation. Solution techniques with flowcharts. 12 Hours Text Books: 1. Stag and EIAbiad, Computer Methods in Power System Analysis. McGraw Hill International Edition 2. M.A.Pai, Computer Techniques in Power System, Tata McGraw Hill
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3. Nagrath & Kothari, Modem Power system Analysis, Tata McGraw Hill . References Books: 1. Power system analysis & design, Glover Sarma, 3rd edition 2003, Thomson Learning. 2. L.P.Singh, Advanced Power System and Dynamics, Wiley Eastern, 1992 3. Computer techniques in power system operation & control R.N.Dha
ELECTRICAL POWER UTILIZATION EE73 IA Marks Sub. Code 04 Exam Hrs. Hrs/W eek 52 Exam Marks Total Hrs.
25 03 100
1. Heating and welding: Advantage and method of electric heating, resistance ovens, Induction heating, dielectric heating, the arc furnace, heating of building, electric welding, resistance and are welding, c.ontrol device and welding equipment. . ' . .. '. . ,. '. 10 Hours
2. Electrolytic process:',
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Fundamental prinCiples extraction refining of metals electroplating, factots, ,afferting elec!I°deposition process . 06 Hours
3. Illumination: Laws of illumination, distribution and control of ling, lighting calculation, factory lighting, flood lighting, street lighting, different types of lamps, incandescent, fluorescent, vapour and CFL and their working, Blare and its remedy. 10 Hours 4. Electric traction: . System of traction, speed time curve, tractive effort at/coefficient of adhesions selection of traction motors, method of speed control, energy saving by seriys parallel control, AC traction equipment. AC series motor, characteristics, regenerative braking, linear induction motor and their use. AC traction, disel electric equipment, train lighting system. 20 Hours 5. Power Factor considerations: Cause & disadvantages of LPF, methods of improvements, economic aspects Electrical Tariffs: Types of domestic & nondomestic prevailing tariff structures. 06 Hours Text Book: Openshaw taylor, Utilization of electric energy (Chapter: 1,2,3,6) Reference Books: Chakraborthy, Soni, Gupta & Bhatnager, A course in electrical power, Dhanpat Rai and Sons. 26
HIGH VOLTAGE ENGINEERING
Sub. Code HrslW eek Total Hrs. EE74 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hrs. Exam Marks 25 03 100
1. INTRODUCTION Introduction to HV technology. Advantages of transmitting electrical power at high voltages. Need for generating high voltages in a laboratory. Important applications of high voltages. 04 Hours 2. BREAKDOWN PHENOMENA Classification of HV insulating media. Properties of important HV insulating media under each category. Gaseous dielectrics: lonisation: Primay and secondary ionization processes. Criterion for gaseous insulation breakdown based on Townsend's theory. Limitations of Townsend theory. Streamer theory Breakdown in nonuniform fields. Corona discharges. Breakdown in electro negative gases. Paschen's law and its significance. Time, lags of breakdown., Breakdb,wn in 'solid dielectrics: Intrinsicbr~akdown, Avalanche"
, b~eakdown, , " Thermal, , 'breakdown' and Electromechanical breakdown.
Breakdown' of' iiquid dielectrics: Suspended 'particle the6ry; Elec~onic breakdown, Cavity breakdown, (Bubble theory); 'Electroconvection breakdown. 12 IJoui's
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3~ GENERATION OF HIGH VOLTAGES HV AC  HV transformer; Need for cascade con~ection and working of transformers units connected in cascade. Series resonant circuit  Principle of operation and advantages. Tesla coil. HVDC  Voltage doubler circuit. Cockcroft Walton type high voltage DC set. Calculation of Voltage regulation, Ripple and Optimum number of stages for minimum voltage drop. Introduction to standard Lightning and Switching impulse voltages. Analysis of single stage impulse generator  Expression for output impulse voltage. Multistage impulse generator working on Marx impulse. Rating of impulse generator. Components of multi stage impulse generator. Triggering of impulse generator by three electrode gap arrangement, Triggering gap and oscillograph time sweep circuits. Generation of Switching impulse voltage. Generation of high impulse current. 14 Hour:s 4. MEASUREMENT OF HIGH VOLTAGES Electrostatic voltrneter Principle, construction and limitations. Chubb and Fortescue method for HV AC measurement. Generating voltmeter  Principle and construction. Series resistance micro ammeter for HVDC measurement. Standard sphere gap for measurement 0 f HV AC, HVDC and impulse voltages; Factors affecting the measurements. Potential dividers  Resistance dividers, Capacitance divider, Mixed RC potential divider. Surge current measurement  Klydanograph and magnetic links. 12 Hours 27
5. NONDESTRUCTIVE INSULATION TESTING TECHNIQUES Dielectric loss and loss angle measurement using Schering Bridge, Transformer ratio arms bridge. Need for discharge detection and PD measurement aspects. Factors affecting discharge detection. Discharge
detection methods  Straight and balance methods.
06 Hours
6. HIGH VOLTAGE TESTS ON ELECTRICAL APPARA TUS Definitions of terminologies, tests on isolators, circuit breakers, cables, insulators and transformers 04 Hours
Text Books: 1. E. Kuffel and W. S. Zaengl, High Voltage Engineering Fundamentals, First edition, Pergamon Press, 1984 (Chapter: 1, 2, 3, 5,6) 2. M. S. Naidu and V. Kamaraju, High Voltage Hill Publishing Company Limited, 1995. (Chapter: 1  7,9,10) 3. C. L. Wadhwa, High Voltage Engineering, New Age International
Private Limited, 1995. (Chapter: 1  6)
References Books:. ..
1. . Rakosh Das Begartuidre, Extra. high' voltage. AC. tIansmission .
E~gineering, Wiley Eastern Limited, 1987. '. . . . 2. Transmission and Distribution Reference book ; Westing house.
. RENEA W ABLE
Sub. Code HrslW eek Total Hrs.
EE751
04 52
ENERGY SOURCES . IA Marks
Exam Hrs. Exam Marks
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25 03 100
1. An introduction to energy sources:
Energy consumption as a measure of prosperity, world energy futures, brief discussion of conventional energy sources and their availability, nonconventional energy sources. 04 Hours 2. Solar energy: Solar constants, solar radiation earth's surface, solar radiation geometry, solar radiation measureIflents. 06 Hours' 3. Solar energy collectors: Physical principles of conversion of solar radiation into heat  flat plate collectors, advantages of flat plate collectors, applications, concentration collectors, focusing type, advantages & disadvantages of concentrating type collectors over flat plate collectors. 07 Hours 4. Solar energy storage: Solar energy storage system. 5. Application of solar energy: Solar water heating, space heating, brief discussion 04 Hours
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Solar electric power generation, solar photo voltaics, photo voltaic system for power generation, applications of solar photo voltaic systems, advantages & disadvantages, agriculture and Industrial process heat, solar distillation, solar pumping, solar furnace, solar cooking, solar green house. 06 Hours 6. Wind energy: Basic principles of wind energy conversion, Nature of wind, power in the wind, maximum power wind energy conversion, site selection consideration, basic concepts of WECS, classification of WECS, advantages & disadvantages ofWECS. 07 Hours
7. Energy from Biomass: Biomass as a renewable source energy, different types of biomass fuels, gas  liquidOsolid, biomass conversion technologies, Wetprocessdry process, Photosynthesis Biogas generation, factors affecting Biodigestion, classification of bioglass plants, continues &batch types, fixed drum types, & flogging drum types, advantages & disadvantages,
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Janathamodel: KVlC type..
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8. Energy from O(~~ans: .
. lI:1troduction. to ocean, source .of energy, ,Ocean. thernial' electric conversion (OTEC), Open cycle OTEC, closed OTEC,' Hybrid cycle, energy from tides, tidal power, components. oftidal' power plants, S,ingIe basin arrangement, double basin arrangement, advantages &limitation of tidal power. 08 Hours Text Books: 1) G.D.Rai, NonConventional sources of energy, Khanna 2) Sukhatme, Solar Energy, 2nd edition, TMH Reference Books: 1) Solar energy hand book  edited by William.C.Dikkinson Network .2) Renewable energy sources TWIDDLE, ELBS.
ASlSES,
Sub. Code HrslW eek Total Hrs.
FUZZY LOGIC CONTROL EE752 IA Marks 04 Exam Hrs. 52 Exam Marks
25 03 100
1. The mathematics of fuzzy control:
Fuzzy sets, properties of fuzzy sets, operations in Fuzzy sets, Fuzzy relations, the extension principle. 08 Hours 2. Theory of approximate reasoning: Linguistic variables, Fuzzy proportions, Fuzzy if then statements, inference rules, Compositional rule of inference. 10 Hours 29
3. Fuzzy knowledge based controller (fkbc):
Basic concept structure of FKBC, choice of membership functions, scaling factors, rules, fuzzyfication and defuzzyfication procedures. Simple applications of FKBC (washing machines, traffic regulation, lift control etc). 12 Hours
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Non linear fuzzy control.;. FKBC as a linear transient element PID like FKBC, soliding mode FKBC, sugeno FKBC. 10 Hours Adaptive fuzzy control.;. Process performance monitoring, adaption, functions tuning using gradient desent and organizing controller Model based controller. mechanisms, membership performance criteria. Set 12 Hours
5.
Text Books: 1. GJ. Klir and T.A. Folger, Fuzzy sets uncertinity and information PHI (Chapters: 1,2,3,4) 2. D. Driankov, H. Hellendoom and M.Reinfrank  An introduction to fuzzy control, Narpsa publishers India (Chapters: 23, 3,4, 5)
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R.R: Yaser .and D.P, Filer "essentials of fuzzy modeling and control
" John Wiley, 1994. . . . . 2. Timoty' Ross; "Fuzzy Logic with Engineering Applications", . McGraw Hill. 3. Yen, "Fuzzy logic: Intelligence, control and information", Pearson Education. DA T A STRUCTURES WITH ALGORITHMS Sub. Code: EE753 IA Marks Hrs/W eek : 04 Exam Hrs. Total Hrs. : 52 Exam Marks Data Types Data Types, Data Structures and Abstract Data Types. 2. 3. 4.
25 03 100
1. Design and Analysis of Algorithms: From problems to programs, Abstract
04 Hours
Basic Data Type: Data Type List, Implementation of lists, stacks Queues, Mappings, Stacks and recursive procedures. 06 Hours Trees: Basic terminology, ADT Tree, /Implementation of trees, Binary trees. 05 Hours Basic Operation on Sets: Introduction to sets an ADT with union intersection and difference, A Bitvector implantation sets, A linked list implementation sets, The dictionary, simple dictionary implementation, the Hash table data structures, Estimating the efficiency of hash 30
functions, Implementation of the mapping ADT, Priority Queues, Implementation of priority queues. 06 Hours
5. Directed Graphs: Basic Definitions, Representation for directed graphs, the
single source shortest path problems, Traversals of Directed Graphs, Directed A cyclic graphs, strong components. 06 Hours
6. Sorting: The internal sorting model, simple sorting schemes, Quick sort,
Heapsort, Binsortring. 05 Hours
7. Algorithm analysis Techniques: Efficiency of algorithms, analysis of receive
programs solving Recurrence Equations, A general solution for a large class of Recurrences. 06 Hours
8. Algorithm Design Techniques: Divide & Conquer Algorithms" Dynamic
programming, Greedy Algorithms, Back tracking, local search Algorithms. 08 Hours 9. Data Structures and Algorithms for external storage: A model of exte~alcomputation, Exteroal. so.rting, sorting infonnation in f~les,' . extemaJ search Trees. . . . 06 Hours . Text Book: . .. !:?ata structures and Algorithms by AIfied Aho, John E..Hopcroft and Jeffery D. Ullaman Addison Wesley publications. 'Reference Books: L Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms with C= by Gleen. W.Rowe, Pill Publications.
Tenernbaum  PHI I Pearson 3. Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis in C by Weiss Mark Allen, 2/e, Pearson Educaiton.
2. Data Structures using C & C ++  2nd edition, Langsam, Angenstein,
OVERVOL T AGES IN POWER SYSTEMS Sub. Code: EE754 IA Marks HrslW eek : 04 Exam Hrs. Total Hrs. : 52 Exam Marks
25 03 100
Introduction to over voltages phenomena m power systems: Transient on transmission lines: infinite line definition and its transient behavior, finite line analyses, Analysis for different line terminations, problems. Bewely lattice diagram, problems. 15 Hours Use of transient network Analyzer, digital and hybrid computers for solving largescale problems, Characteristics of lighting discharges, theory of cloud formation, origin of lighting, isoKeronic level, leader development, return stroke, different types of lighting interaction, back flashover, shielding. angle 31
calculation for line, grounding rods, counter poise, problems, Origin and characteristics of switching over voltages and temporary over voltages, problems of switching surges. 22 Hours Behavior of apparatus and line insulation under all types of over voltages, concept of BIL, protection of apparatus against over voltages, surge alTesters, Insulation coordination. 15 Hours Text Books: 1. Greenwood, Power system Transients, Orient Longman, 1987 2. Ragaller K, Surges in high voliage networks, Plenum Press, 1980 Reference Books: 1. Rakosh Das Begamudre, Extra high voltage AC transmission Engineering, Wiley Eastern Limited. 1987 2. E.Kuffel and W.S.zaengl, High voltage Engineering Fundamentals, First edition, pergamon Press, 1984. 3. M.S.Naidu and V.Kamaraju, High voltage Engineering, second e9ition, Tata McGraw Hill, Publishin~ Company Limited, 1995.
DIGITA~ CQMMUN.ICATION SYSrEM.
Sub. Code Hrs/Week Total Hrs. ..
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EE755 04. 52
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"lA,Marks. Exam Hrs. Exam Marks
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Introduction Differences between digital and analog communication systems Block diagram of a digital communication system. Bandwidth or digital data and bandwidth dilemma. 08 Hours Digital Transmission of Analog signals: . Introduction, Sampling Theory and practice. Sampling Theorem, Ideal Sampling and reconstruction of lowpass signals. The uniform Sampling, Theorem for band pass signals, Practical sampling. 08 Hours Digital coding of analog waveforms Digital Pulse Modulation, Uniform Quantization, Nonuniform Quantization, Quantization noise, Companding, Coding, Digitalformats, Decoding, regeneration, Differential Pulse Code Modulation, Delta Modulation Quantization Noise, Time Division Multiplexing, TI system. 12 Hours Inter symbol Interference and its Cures Baseband transmission of binary data, the intersymbol interference problem, Ideal solution, Raised Cosine Spectrum, Correlativelevel Coding. Base baIxl transmission of Mary Data. Eye Pattern. Adaptive Equalization. 08 Hours 32
Digital Modulation Techniques Binary Modulation Techniques: ASK, PSK and FSK, Generation and Detection of Binary Modulated \Vaves, QuadripllaseBhift Keying, Minimumshift Keying, MPSK. 08 Hours Introduction to Spread Spectrum Techniques A notion of Spread Spectrum, FrequencyHop Spread SpectlIJm, Slow frequency and Fast:frequency Hopping. Text Books:
08 Hours
1. An Introduction to Analog aid Digital Communication  Simon Haykin  J01m Wiley 1994.
J01m Wilcy 1994. Reference Books: 1. Digital Communications by SimonHaykinJohn Wiley1998. 2. Digital Communicaitons by Sklar Bernard, 2/e, Pearson Education.
2. Digital and Analog Communication Systems  K. Sam Shamnugam
ADV ANCEl) INSULA TIONENGINEERING.
Sub. Code
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eek ' Total Hrs.
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Insulation system in power apparatus: Insulation system. in capacitors, bushings, transformers, Modes of failure of insulation systems. Insulation in rotating machines. . Dielectric phenomena: Dielectric phenomena in solid insulation. Macroscopic approach for describing the dielectric phenomena: Microscopic
treatment for dielectric phenomena.
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Properties of insulation materials: Introduction to properties of solid insulating materials (both of natural origin and synthetic types). Properties of liquid insulating materials, Review of breakdown phenomena in solid and liquId insulating medial. Gaseous insulation: Requirement of gaseous insulation. Breakdown processes: Types of collision, Elastic and inelastic collisions, Collision crosssection, Mobility of ions, Diffusion of charges, Emission of radiation and excitation, various secondary processes and recombination, Mobility controlled and Diffusion controlled breakdown.
Ageing phenomena: Failure of electrical insulation due to ageing. Ageing mechanisms Thermal ageing, Electrical ageing, combined thermal and electrical ageing.
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Analysis of insulation failure data: Power law model, Graphical estimation of power law constants, procedure, ageing data, plotting position and cumulative failure probability. Text Books: 1. Nasser E., Fundamentals of gaseous ionization and plasma electronics, ~ohn Wiley interscience, New York, 1971. 2. Hann N.R., Schafer R.E. and Singaporewalla N.D., Methods of statistical analysis and life data, John Wiley and sons, New York, 1974. 3. Botcher C.J.F., Theory of electric polarization, Elsvier publication, 1952.
Reference Books: 1. Bradwell A., Electrical insulation, Peter peregrinus Ltd., London, 1983. 2. J.M.Meek and J.D.Craggs, Electrical breakdown of gases, Oxford university press, 1953. 3. E.Kufell and W.SZaengl, High voltage Engineering fundamentals,
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21~d edi'tion, pergamon press, 198:f Tata McGraw Hill., 1995.
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4. M.S:;N~id~' arid V.K~maraju" 'HigtlVoltage Engineering, 3rdedition,
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Sub. Code HrslW eek Total Hrs.
POWER SYSTEM PLANNING EE757 IA'Marks 04 Exam Hrs. 52 Exam Marks
25 03 100
1. Load Forecasting:
Classification and Characteristics of loads, forecasting methodology, Extrapolation, correlation, Energy forecasting, peak demand forecasting, Annual and monthly demand forecasts.
2.
Generation system reliability analysis: models, Probabilistic generating Unit model, Probabilistic load Reliability analysis of an isolated system reliability analysis connected areas. of inter Deterministic contingency analysis, probability transmission system, Reliability analysis, Reliability calculations for single area, Multi area reliability analysis
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3. Transmission systems reliability analysis
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Automated transmission system expansion planning Planning concepts, automated network design, automated transmission planning
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Text Book: Power system planning by Robert L.Sullivan ADV ANCED ELECTRICAL MACHINES Sub. Code: EE761 IA lVlarks Hrs/Week : 04 Exam Hrs. Total Hrs. : 52 Exam Marks DC Machines: Elements of Generalized Machine Transformation application to DC Machines. 25 03 100
theory, Linear 20 Hours
SynchronouS machine: Ideal synchronous Machine, Synchronous Machines Inductances, Transformation to dqo variable, basic relations in dqo variables, steady state analysis, steady state PS characteristics, and Voltage regulation studies. 18 Hours Induction machines: Ideal induction machine, transfom1ation to dqo variable, basic machine relations in dqo variables, steady state analysis. 14 Hours TextBooks:
1. ~himbni: Generalized theory. .of electric. machine, Khanna
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. '2. Fitzgerlad & Kingsley: Electric Machine, 2nds Edition, McGraw ., .Hill Kogakusha publications .
OPERATIONS RESEARCH
Sub. Code Hrs/W eek Total Hrs.
EE762
04 52
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IA Marks
Exam Hrs. Exam Marks
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25 03 100
1. Introduction:
Definition, scope of operations research (O.R) approach and limitations of O.R. Models, Characteristics and phases of O.R. 02 Hours 2. Linear programming problems: Mathematical formulation of L.P. problems. Graphical solution methods; special cases in graphical methods, the simples methodslack, surplus and artificial variables. Concept of duality, two phase method, Big M.Method, dual simples method, degenerate, and procedure for resolving degenerate cases. revised simples method, Sensitivity analysis, partial and dual, primal methods 14 Hours
3. Transportation problem: Basic feasible solutions by different methods. Fixing optimal solutionsstepping stone method, MODI method, degeneracy, unbalanced assignment problems Traveling salesman problems. 08 Hours
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4.
Deterministic models with and without shortages, replenishment, meantime, ordering cost, carrying cost EOQ.
06 Hours
5.
PERT CPM Technique: Network construction, determining critical path, floats, scheduling by network, project duration, variance under probabilistic modes, prediction of date of completion, crashing of simple networks, resource leveling by network techniques. 06 Hours
6. 7.
Waiting Lines: Operating systems and their characteristics, Poisson queues, MJM/I queuing system, M/M/K model. 05 Hours Replacement model: Replacement of items whose maintenance cost increases with time i) When value of money does not change with time ii) When value of money changes with time replacement of item that fail suddenly, group replace policy 06 Hours Game Theory: Two person zero sum game. The MaxMin, minimax principles. Game without saddle points, graphical solutions, two person zero sum game, dominance property,. 05 Hours.
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Reference Books:.. .
.1. . Philip ,RaYlnctran, "Operation Research"
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2. Gupta and Heera "Operational research an Introduction", S. Chand & Co., S.D.Sharma, "Operational Research", 3. Kantiswaroop, "Operational Research", 4. Sessinii, "Fundamentals of operations research", PHI 5. Hamdi Taha, "Introduction to Operation Research", Pearson Education 6. L.S.Sreenath, 'PERT & CPM".
7.
Sub. Code: HrslW eek Total Hrs.
PERIPHERALS & MICRO CONTROLLERS
EE763 : 04 : . 52 IA Marks Exam Hrs. Exam Marks
25 03 100
Interfacing I/O devices: Device selection & data transfer, absolute Vs partial decoding, interfacing % displays, interfacing input devices. 05 Hours Programmable interfacing devices: Programmable devices wjth handshake signals, 8155multipurpose programmable device, 8279programmable keyboard/display interface, 8255 applications, interfacing ND converters, interfacing keyboard & display, bidirectional data transfer, 8254 programmable integral timer, 8259A 36
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programmable interrupt communication using USART.
controller,
8237
DMA
controller, serial 15 Hours
68HCli micro controller: Definition of microcomputer, microcomputer applications, 68HC 11 computer operation 04 Hours Instructions and a,ddressing modes: Different addressing modes of 68HC 11 microcontroller, instruction set. 06 Hours
Assemblers & assembly language: The assembly process, the Motorola assembly language.
04 Hours
Advanced assembly language programming: Indexing, BIT and BITE manipulation. arithmetic operations, the stack. subroutines, parameter passing techniques. 06 Hours Hardware: I/O programming model, parallel I/O hardware, 68HC 11 parallel I/O hardware, interrupt concepts, 68HCll interrupts, 68HCIl modes. 08 Hours
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,L : Irite] 8086 & peripheral Manual Released by intet America, 2. Microprocessor Architecture progr~ng & applicatio~s :with
8085 by R.S. Gaonkar
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3. l'v1icrocomputer Engineering by Gen H. Miller, Pearson Education 4. Intel Micro controller Manual released by Intel, America.
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AI AND ANN APPLICATIONS IN POWER SYSTEMS
Sub. Code HrslW eek Total Hrs.
EE764 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hrs. Exam Marks 25 03 100
Introduction: What is AI? Definitions, history and evolution of AI, essential' abilities of intelligence, Internal Representation: properties, illustrations, AI applications. 06 Hours Problem solving: problem characteristics, problem search strategies, forward and backward reasoning, ANDOR graphs goal trees, game trees, search methods informed and uninformed search, breadth first search and depth first search methods. 08 Hours Knowledge representation: logical formalisms: prepositional and predicate logic: syntax and semantics, wffs, clause form expressions, resolution use of RRTs for proofs and answers, examples from electric power systems, introduction to nonmonotonic logic. 10 Hours 37
Structured representation of knowledge: ISAIISP ART trees, associativel semantic nets, frames and scripts, examples from electric power systems. 06 Hours Expert system architecture: basic components, rule based systems, forward and backward chaining, ES features, ES development, ES categories, ES tools and examples from electric power systems. 08 Hours
AI languages: LisP and ProLog  Introduction, sample segments, LisP primitives, list manipulation functions, function predicates,. variables, iteration and recursion, property lists, s~mple programs for examples from electric power systems. 08 Hours
Artificial Neural Networks: Models of a neuron; structure of a NN; learning rules; learning paradigms; single layer and multilayered perceptron; introduction to power system applications. 12 Hours Text Books: 1. Rich, Elaine, Kevin Knight, "Artificial Intelligence", Tata McGrawHill,
1991. . . . ".
2. Chamiak E. and Mcdemlott D., "Iiltroducti?ll to AI", Addison~Wesley,
1985~
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3. b.W.Patterso~~ "Introduction to' Artificial Intelligenc~' and Expert, Systems", PrenticeHall India, 1992.
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4. Nils J.Nilson, "Principles of AI", Berlin Springef'Verlag, 1980. 5. Simon Haykin, "Neural Networks  A Comprehensive Foundation", Pearson EducationIPHl 6. J.M.Zurada, "Introduction to Artificial Neural Systems", Jaico, 1994.
Sub. Code Hrs/W eek Total Hrs.
DISCRETE CONTROL SYSTEM EE765 IA Marks 04 Exam Hrs. 52 Exam Marks
25 03 100
I. Z  Plane Analysis of Discretetime Control Systems: Impulse sampling and data hold, obtaining the z transform by the convolution integral method, reconstructing original signals from sampled signals, the pulse transfer function, realization of digital controllers and digital filters. 10 Hours 2. Design of Discretetime Control Systems by Conventional Methods: Mapping between the s plane and the z plane, stability analysis of closed loop systems in the z plane, transient and steady state response analysis, design based on the root locus method, design based on the frequency response method, analytical design method. 15 Hours
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3. State Space Analysis: State space representation of discrete time systems, Solution of discrete time state space equations, pulse transfer function matrix, discretization of continuous time state space equations, Liapunov stability analysis. 12 Hours 4. Pole Placement and Observer Design:. Controllability, observability, useful transforma~ions in state space analysis and design, design via pole placement, state observers, servo systems". 15 Hours
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Text Book: 1. Katsuhiko Ogata, "DiscreteTime Control Systems", 2nd Ed" Pearson Education, 2002. (Ch. 3.1 to 3.6,4.1 to 4.7,5.1 to 5.6, 6.1 to 6.7) Reference Books: 1. M. Gopal, "Digital Control and State Variable Methods", 2nd Edition, TMH, 2003. 2. Richard C. Dorf, Robert H. Bishop, "Modem Control System", Pearson Education. 3. John F. Dorsey, "Continuous qnd Discrete Control Systems'" McQraw Hill.
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POWER SYSTEM OPERATION AND CONTROL
Sub. Code HrslW eek Total Hrs. EE766 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hrs. Exam Marks
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25 03 100
Control center operation of power systems: introduction to SCADA, control center, digital computer configuration, automatic generation control, area control error, operation without central computers, expression for tieline flow and frequency deviation, parallel operation of generators, area lumped dynamic model. 08 Hours Automatic Generation Control: Automatic voltage regulator, Automatic Load Frequency Control, A VR control loops of generators, performance of A VR, ALFC of single area systems, concept of control area, multiarea systems, POOL operation  two area systems, tieline bias control. 10 Hours Control of voltage and reactive power: Introduction, generation and absorption of reactive power, relation between voltage, power and reactive power at a node, single machine infinite bus system, methods of voltage control, sub synchronous resonance, voltage stability, voltage collapse. 08 Hours Power system optimization: optimal system operation with thermal plants, incremental production costs for steam power plants, analytical foml of generating cost of thermal plants, constraints in economic operation, flow chart, transmission loss as a function of plant generation, the Bcoefficients, examples. 08 Hours 39
Unit commitment: statement of the problem, need and importance of Unit commitment, methods priority list method, dynamic programming method, constraints, spinning reserve, examples. 08 Hours Power system security: Introduction, factors affecting power system security, power system contingency analysis, detection of network problems, network sensitivity methods, calculation of network sensitivity factor, contingency ranking. ' 10 Hours Text Books: 1. GL Kusic; Computer aided power system analysis, PHI 2. 1.1. Nagarath and D.P. Kothri, Modem Power system Analysis, TMH, 1993 3. A J Wood & Woolenburg "Power Generation, Operation & control', John Wiley & Sons 4. B.M Weedy, Electric power systems
ADV ANCED l\1A THEMA TICS
Sub. Code
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Functions and polynomials, zeros of a function, root. of non linear equation bisection, RegulaFalsi, Aitkens process, NewtonRaphson methodsrepeated & non repeated roots, Eigen values and eigen vectorsJacobi's and Given's method, Difference equations  formation, equations of 1st order, linear equation of 2nd and higher orders, finite difference method to solve ordinary difference equation. 14 Hours
Optimization: Review of simplex method, revised simples method, duality in optimization, dual simp,lex method, DMM and PERT, flows in network 14 Hours Ztransforms definition trasfous of standard formslinear its properts dampins ruleshift rule initial and final value problemsconvolution theorem Inverse transforms, discrete Fourier transforms. 10 Hours Integral TransformsHankel's transformsMillen InverseSimple problems.
transforms Direct and 06 Hours
Linear Algebra: Finite dimensional vector space subspaces, linear independences, bases and dimension. Algebra of transforms, range and null space of a linear transformation, matrix algebra. 06 Hours
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1. Higher Engineering Mathematics  B.S.Grewal 2.
Operations Research S.D.Sharma Reference Books: 1. Numerical Algorithms  E.V.Krishna Murthy and Sen, Affiliated East West press 2. 3. Operations research  H. Taha, Prentice Hall 4. 5. Advanced Engineering Mathematics  E. KreysigJohn Wiely Linear AlgebraHoffman K & Kunze R., Prentice Hall Fourier Transforms  1. N. Smeddons
Sub. Code HrslWeek Total Hrs.
RELAY AND HIGH VOLTAGE LAB EEL 77 fA Marks 03 Exam Hrs. 42 Exam Marks
25 03 50
[Total 10 Experiments are to be conducted] Part A (Choo~e atleast 2 experiments) 1. .operatIng characteristics and cakulation of error in operating time (or,
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, overcurrent relay (soIld state or electromechanica1 type)
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3. Operation of Negative sequence relay 4. Bias characteristics of differential relay 5. Currenttime characteristics of fuse PART B(Choose at least 1 experiment) 1. Operating characteristics of microprocessor based (numeric) over current relay) 2. Operating characteristics of microprocessor based (numeric) distance relay 3. Operating' characteristics of microprocessor based (numeric) over/under voltage drelay PART C (Choose atleast 1 experiment) 1. Generator protectionMerzPrice protection scheme 2. Feeder protection Simulation studies 3. Motor Protection  Simulation studies
PART D (Choose atleast 3 experiment) 1. Spark over characteristics of air insulation subjected to high voltage ACwith Spark over voltage corrected to STP 2. Spark over characteristics of air insulation subjected to high voltage DC 3. Spark over characteristics of air insulation subjected to high voltage impulse  with spark over voltage corrected to STP 41
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Measurement of HV AC and HVDC using standard spheres Breakdown strength of transformer oil using oil testing unit model Field mapping using electrolytic tank for anyone Cable/Capacitorffransmission line/Sphere gap Models
POWER SYSTEM SIMULATION LAB EEL 78 IA Marks Sub. Code 03 Exam Hrs. Hrs/Week 42 Exam Marks Total Hrs. MA TLAB 1. MATLAB fundamentals, matrices, operations. Vectors, matrix & anay 03 Hours
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2. 3. Using built in functions, saving & loading data, script files.3 Hours
Function files, language specific features much as loops, branches and control flow. 03 Hours Power system simulation using MA TLAB, Software Packages and C++ 1. i) Y
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i) Formation for symmetric 1m configuration ii) Verification of ADBC=1 iii) Determination of coefficient & regulation 3. Detelmination of powr angle diagrams for salient and nonsalient pole synchronous rn/cs, reluctance power, excitation emf & regulation. 4. To determine fault CUlTents & voltages in a signle transmission line system with Yf1 transformers, at a a specified location for SLGF, DLGF, LLF 5. To determine i) swing curve ii) critical clearing time for a single rn/c connected to Bus through a pair of identical transmission lines, for a 3<1> fault on one of the hnes for'variation of inertia constant/line parameters/fault location/clearing time/prefault electrical output. 6. Load flow analysis for a 3Bus system using Gauss seidal method for at least 3 iterations (Ybus to be given as data) 7. Formation of Jacobian for a system not exceeding 4 buses * (no PV buses) in polar coordinates 8. Given a power systems * & its Jacobian, to conduct load flow analysis using Newton Raphson method (no PV Buses) 9. Optimal generator scheduling for thermal power plants Text Books: 1. MA TLAB getting started with MA TLAB by Rudrapratap, Oxford University press
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MA TLAB Programming for Engineers by Stephen J. Chapman, Thomson Books. Object Oriented Programming with C++ by Bhave, Pearson Education
VIII SEMESTER INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT, ELECTRICAL ESTIMATION & ECOMONOMICS
Sub. Code HrslW eek Total Hrs. EE81 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hrs. Exam Marks
25 03 100
1. Introduction: Historical prospective, contribution of Taylor, Henry foyol, Gilbreth and HL Gantt to the evolution of management as a scientific disciple concept of scientific management and it relevance in the Indian context. 05 Hours 2., Orga~ization: Types ?f organization; ,their merit & demerit. 04 Hours,
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4. . Manageme~t and behavioral approach: Contribution of El ten may and skinner and' others to behavioral science, skills of a' manager at . various levels in an organization and inter related systems under standing part behavior, predicting future behavior, directing, changing and controlling behavior; maslow's hierarchy of needs and satisfaction of needs, goal oriented behavior, integratia of organizational goals and needs of employee Hawthorn's studies and its find, theory X and Y. 10 Hours 5. Personal management: Recruitment & selection, training of personal Employer and employee relationship, caused and settlement of disputes . 04 Hours 6. Production Management: Plant location, plant layout, CPM and PERT strategies, line balancing, automation statistical quality control; control chart, motion study. 07 Hours 7. Interior wiring system: Wiring system, earthing, estimation of wiring installation. 04 Hours 8. Power Installation: Load calculation, wire size selection, power circuit wiring material used and the estimate for motor installation, pump set, work shop, theater etc., 9. Depreciation and valuation of machinery, Inventory, Economic order quantity, break even analysis. 06 Hours Text Books: 1. S.S.Chatterjee, Introduction to management
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N.Narasimhaswamy, Engineering economics and management., Dynaram Publication ( Re. Ice Books: T.R.Banga & S.C.Sharma, Industrial organization and engineering economICS Estimation by Raghavendra Rao.
INDUSTRIAL DRIVES & APPLICATIONS Sub. Code EE82 IA Marks Hrs/Week 04 Exam Hrs. TUi.al Hrs. 52 Exam Marks
25 03 100
1. Classification of electric drives, control schemes, methods of speed tvntrol: Quadrantal diagram, speedtorque characteristics of DC Shunt ('lotors characteristics, Induction motors and types of breaking, concept nf electric drives. 20 Hours 2. i ,eating and power rating of drive motors: Load diagrams, overload ,.lpacity, heating, and' cooling of motors,se~ection of, motor power,
, ' ',pacity,',' , :',' , ,',' , ' 08 Hours '
3, 1 '"a~sients an~ dy~amics: Equation Of motion', equivalent ,system;' 'ferring torque, moment of inertia, forces and masses, to a sjngle axis illotor shaft)' dynamic braking of DC shunt motors, Induction motors.'
4. industrial drives: Introduction, rolling mill drives and cement mill coal mines, paper mill machine tool drives, textile mill. 06 Hours 5. Electric traction: Tractive effort, requirements of electrical traction, suitability of series motors, coefficient of adhesion, supply systems and traction motor speed control. 08 Hours Text Books: N.K.De and P.K.Sen, Electric Drives, Prentice of India Pvt., Ltd.
(Chapter: 1.1 ,1.2,2.1  2.4, 2.7, 5.1, 5.3, 5.5,6.1  6.5, 6.11, 6.14,
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6.16,8.2  8.6,8.8) . S .K,.Pillai, A First course on Electric Drives, Wiley Eastern Limited. (Chapter: 1, 2.2, 2.6  2.9, 3.3, 4.1, 6.1  6.4, 7, 10.1 10.4, 10.6)
Refelcnce Books: 1. H.Partab, Modem Electric Traction 2. J.B. Gupta, "Utilization of Electric power and Electric Traction", S. Kataria and Sons.
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REAL TIME CONTROL OF POWR SYSTEMS
Sub. Code HrslW eek Total Hrs. EE831 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hrs. Exam Marks 25 03 100
1. Data acquisition SCADA system, state estimation, WLS state estimation, Newton raphson load flow method based state estimation, Fast decoupled state estimator, FletcherPowel method for state estimation, State estimation using only line flow. 15 Hours 2. Voltage stability: Factors affecting voltage stability, PV and QV curves, Voltage collapse, proximity indicators, Factors affecting voltage instability, Comparison between angle and voltage stability, integrated analysis of voltage and angle st5ability, control of v09ltage and angle stability. 15 Hours 3. Hierarchical operation of power systems.
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,4. Application, o~ Expert sy's~ems in Energy ~ontro)cente~.' 03 Hours
5. Security analysis of pm:yer systems':
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Simulation of transmission line/transformer outages" generator outages. Fihenng and frankIng of cntical contingencies. Ranking based on line over loads, Ranking based on unacceptable voltage levels. 15 Hours References: a) Ed Hardschin Edmund RealTime control of power systems b) DrK.R.Padiyar "Power system Dynamics stability and Control c) George L Kusic, "Computer aided power systeml analysis" d) Dr.Prabhashankar Kundur, "Power system stabilitl' and Control", McGraw Hill. e) Literature from IEEE
REACTIVE POWER MANAGEMENT
Sub. Code HrslW eek Total Hrs. EE832 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hrs. Exam Marks 25 03 100
1. 2. Introduction, Importance of reactive power control in EPS. 08 Hours Load compensation~ Objectives, practical considerations, Transmission line compensation: types, passive/active, fixed/regulated series/shunt compensations, compensation by sectioning 10 Hours
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3. 4. Static Compensator and synchronous condensers.
08 Hours
Harmonics: effects, resonance, shunt capacitors and filters. 10 Hours
08 Hours 5. 6. Telephone interferences Reactive power coordination: reactive power management, transmission benefits, reactive power dispatch & equipment impact. 08 Hours Text Books: 1. The Miller, Reactive power control in electric power systems, John wukJety and sons, NY 1982. 2. AJ Wood & BF Woolenberg, "Power Generation, Operating & Control", John Wiley & Sons, 1984 3. IEEE Guide on 'Harmonic control & reactive compensation of power conve11ers', IEEE standard 5191981.
SOFTW ARE ENGINEERING
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REQUIREMENTS ENGINEERING Software Requirements: Functional and Nonfunctional requirements, User requirements, System requirements, The software requirements document. . Requirements engineering processes: Feasibility studies, Requirements elicitation and analysis, Requirements validation, Requirements management. System models: Context models, Behavioral models, Data models, Object models, CASE workbenches. Software prototyping: Prototyping in software process, Rapid prototyping techniques, User interface prototyping. 12 hours
3. SOFTWARE DESIGN
Architectural design: System structuring, Control models, Modular decomposition, Domain specific architectures. 46
ObjectOriented design: Objects and Object Classes, An Object Oriented design process, Design evolution. User Interface design: User interface design principles, User interaction, Information presentation, User support, Interface Evaluation. 10 hours VERIFICA TION AND VALIDATION Verification and validation planning, Software inspections, Automated static analysis, Clean room software development. Software testing: Defect testing ,Integration testing, Object Oriented testing, Testing Workbenches. 7 hours
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CRITICAL SYSTEMS Critical systems: Critical system, Availability and reliability, Safety and Security. Critical system Specification Software reliability specification, safety specification. 4 hours
5. SOFTWARE MANAGEMENT
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6. SOFTWARE EVOLUTION
Legacy systems: legacy system structures, Legacy system design and assessment. Software Reengineering : Source code translation, Reverse engineering, Program structure improvement, Program modularization, Data reengineering. 4 hours Text Book: Software Engineering, Ian Sommerville, 6th Edition, Person Education Ltd., 200 1. (Chapters: 1,3 to 8, 10, 12, 15, 16,17, 19,20,23,24,26,28)
Reference Books: 1. Software EngineeringA Practitioners approach, Roger.S.Pressman, TataMcGraw Hin 4th Edition. 2. An Integrated Approach to Software Engineering, Pankaj Jalote, Narosa Publications. 3. Object Oriented & Classical Software Engineering, Stephen R. Schach, Tata McGrawHill, 2002.
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H V DC POWER TRANSMISSION
Sub. Code HrslWeek Total Hrs. EE834 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hrs. Exam Marks 25 03 100
Hvdc systems: Introduction. Comparison of AC and DC transmission. Applications of DC transmission. Description of DC transmission systems. Planning for HVDC transmission. Modem trends in DC transmission. 10 Hours Simplified analysis of Gratez circuit, Detailed analysis of converters. 06 Hours Control strategies: Basic means of control, Power reversal: Limitations of manual control, Constant voltage versus constant current control, Desired features of control, Actual control characteristics, Constant minimum ignition angle control, Constant current control, Constant extinction angle control, . Stability of control, Tap changer control, Power control q.nd Current limits, FrequencyAnalog & digital.controllers, HVDC link operation &
regulation.
MTDC systems.'
Protection: General, DC 'reactors, Prevention of consequent commutation failures, Conve11er faults, Clearing line faults and Reenergizing the line, DC Circuit breakers, Surge arrestors, Over voltage protection. 08 Hours
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Harmonics and filter circuits: Characteristic and Uncharacteristic harmonics, Troubles caused by harmonics, Means of reducing harmonics, Telephone interference, Hmmonic filters, Design of AC filters, DC filters. 08 Hours Simulation of hvdc system: Introduction, System simulation: Philosophy and Tools, HVDC system simulation, Modelling of HVDC systems for digital dynamic simulation. 10 Hours
Text Books: 1. K. R. Padiyar, HVDC Power transmission systems  Technology and
system interactions, Wiley Eastern Limited, 1992. (Ch: 1  9, 15)
2. E. W: Kimbark, Direct Current Transmission  Volume I, Wiley futerscience, 1971. (Ch: 1,3,5, 7,8) Reference Books: 1. Arrilaga, High Voltage Direct Current Transmission, Peter Peregrinus Ltd., 1983. 2. Uhlmann, Power Transmission by Direct Current, Springer Verlag, 1975. 3. S. Rao, EHVAC & HYDC Transmission Engineering and Practice, Khanna Publishers, 1990.
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ADV ANCED MICROPROCESSOR
Sub. Code Hrs/W eek Total Hrs. EE835 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hrs. Exam Marks 25 03 100
1. 8086architecture,. internal operation, addressing modes, ins truer on formats, instruction execution timing. 06 Houis 2. Assembler instruction format, data transfer instructions, arithn" ~ic instructions, branch instructions loop instruction, FLAG manipu\. 1m instructions, logical instructions, SHIFT AND ROT AT ATE instruc s, directives and operators, structures assembly process. 12 Hom
3. Modular programming: Linking and relocation, stacks, proced ,s, procedure communication, recursive procedures, interrupts &intE'1 tJt routines, Macros. 08 Hor! " 4. Byte and string manipulation: String Instructions, rep prefix. 04 Hou; 5. I/O programming: f!mdamental I/Ocoqs'iderations, programmed, 1.0,
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6. Sys'tem bus' structure: Typical system bus architecture,' 'E,\ 86 . configurations, miriimum mode system, maximum mode system. 06 Hours 7. Multiprocessor configurations: Coprocessor configurations, 10()~~ly coupled configurations, architecture and working of 8087 1' f_)p, architecture and working of 8089 lOP. 06 Ho.. t
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COMPUTER COMMUNICATION NETWORKING
Sub. Code Hrs/W eek Total Hrs. EE836 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hrs. Exam Marks 25 03 100
Introduction lne uses of computer network, network structure, network architecture. The OSI reference model. The TCP/IP reference model. Services, Network standardization, example networks. 08 Hours The physical layer: Transmission and Switching Frequency and time division multiplexing. Circuit switching, Packet Switchmg, Hybrid switching, ISDN integrated services digital network, ISDN services, Evolution of ISDN, ISDN system architecturee, The digital PBX, ISDN inteIface, ISDN signaling. Perspective on ISDN, Terminal handling: Polling Multiplexing versus concentration. 10 Hours
The medium access sub layer. . The local and metropolitan area' networks. the ALOHA protocols" LAN pro'totols; . IEEE. standard S02. fo~. LAN, fiber QPtic' networks, sateiIite' . . networks, packet ~adio networks.. '. . . . 08 Hours. The Data link layer '.' Data link layer design iS8UC8, Error detection and Correction, Elementary data link Protocols, protocol peIformance. Sliding window protocols, protocol specification and verifications. . 10 Hours
The network layer Network layer design issue. Routine algorithms. Congestion control algorithms. Internetworking, Network layer in the Internet and A TM Networks. 08 Hours The transport layer Transport service, Transport protocols; Internet transport protocol (TCP &.
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Text Books: 1. Computer Networks Tanenbaum, PHI3rd Edn (Ch: 1,2,3,4,5,6) 2. Computer Communication & Network Technologies, Micheal A Gallo & Hancock, Thomson Publications, 2003 edition. Reference Books: 1. Computer networks: Protocols, Standards and inteIfaces 2. Data and Computer communications  W Stallings  PHI 3. Network for computer Scientists & Engineers Y oun Zhen press, 2002 edition
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OPERA TING SYSTEMS
Sub. Code Hrs/W eek Total Hrs.
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IA Marks Exam Hrs. Exam Marks
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Introduction to operating systems & their classification. 03 Hours What is an operating system, Mainframe systems, Desktop systems, Multiprocessor system, Distributed system, Clustered system, Real time system, Handheld system, Feature migration, Computing environments. Operating system structures 03 Hours System components, as Services, System calls, System programs, System structure, Virtual machines. 08 Hours Process concept, Process scheduling, Operation on processes, . Cooperating. processes, Inter process. cOf!llTIunication. ,Threads ,Overview, Multithreading models, 'Threading issues;Pthreads,. Java' threads. CPU scheduling' ' B~sit. concepts; Scheduiing' Gri,teria,' Scheduling algorithms, Multiple processor scheduling,' Real time' sched~ling. '
Process Synchronization and handling Deadlocks 10 Hours The Critical section problem, Synchronization hardware, Semaphores, Classical problems of synchronization, Critical regions, monitors. Deadlock  SySotem model, Deadlock characterization, Methods for handling deadlocks  Deadlock prevention, deadlock avoidance, Deadlock detection and recovery from deadlock.
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Main memory management  Background, Swapping, Contiguous allocation, Paging, Segmentation, Segmentation with paging. 05 Hours
Virtual memory  Background, Demand paging, Process creation, Page replacement algorithms, Allocation of frames, thrashing. 05 Hours File System interface  File concept, A.ccess methods, Directory structure, File system mounting, File system implementatiot!, Directory implementation, Allocation methods, free space management 05 Hours
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Protection and Security 06 Hours Goals of protection, Domain of protection, Access matrix, implementation of access matrix, Revocation of access rights, The security problem, Authentication, Program threats, System threats, Securing systems and facilities, Intrusion detection, Cryptography.
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Introduction to distributed operating systems: 04 Hours Background, Topology, Network types, Communication, Co protocols, Robustness, Design issues Case Study  Linux operating system 03 Hours Design principles, Kernel modules, Process management, Memory management, File systems, Input and output, communication.
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Text Book: Operating System Concepts by Abraham silberschatz, Peter Baer Galvin, Greg Gagne, 6th edition, Addison WeslaJy & Sons 2002,2003. References Books: 1. Operating system concepts and design by Milan Milankovic II edition Mcgrawhi11 1992. 2. Operating systems by Harvey M Deital Addison wesley 1990 3. Operating systems  A concept based Approach, D.M Dhamdhere Tata Mcgrawhi1l 2002.
EMBEDDED SYSTEM..
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Concept of Embedded system Design, Embedd~d microcontrollers cores, embedded memories, examples of embedded system. 10 Hours Technological aspects of embedded systems: Interfacing between analog and digital blocks, signal conditioning digital signal processing. 10 Hours Subsystem interfacing, interfacing with external systems, user interfacing. 10 Hours Design trade offs due to process incompatibility, thermal considerations etc., 10 Hours Software aspects of embedded systems, rea time programming languages, operating systems for embedded systems. 12 Hours
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Text Books: 1. Valvano, l.W. Embedded Microcomputer system; Real time interfacing, Brooks/Cole, 2000 2. Ganssle, Jack., The art of Designing Embedded systems, Newness, 1999 Simon 3. David, An embedded software primer, Addison Wesley, 2000 Ayala, KJ.., The 8051 4. Microcontroller, Architecuture, Programming and Applicating, Pernam IntI. 1996
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VLSI CIRCUITS & DESIGN
25 IA Marks EE842 Sub. Code 03 Exam Hrs. 04 Hrs/Week 100 Exam Marks 52 Total Hrs. A review of micro electronic3 and an introduction to mos technology Introduction to integrated circuit technology. Production of E ~ beam masks 06 Hours Basic electrical properties of mos an bicmos circuit Rain to source current Ids vresus Vds' relationshipsBICMOS latchup susceptibility. 08 Hours mos and bicmos circuit design processes Mas layers  Symbolic diagrams Basic circuit concepts Sheet resistance  Choice of layers
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subsystem design and .ayout Some architecture i,ssues  Other system considerations
sudsystem design processes Some general considerations AND An illustration of
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illustraion of the design process 04 Hours Observation on the design process, Regularity Design of an ALU subsystem . Text Books: 1. Basic VLSI design 3rd pucknell PHI 2. Fundamentals Modem VLSI Devices, Yuan Taun Tak H Ning,Cambridge Press, South Asia Edition 2003. 3. Modem VLSI Design wayne wolf, Pearson Education Inc. 3rd edition, 2003.
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COMPUTER CONTROL OF ELECTRICAL DRIVES
Sub. Code Hrs/Week Total Hrs. EE843 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hrs. Exam Marks 25 03 100
1. Introduction of Microcomputer control of Elective Drives:
Review of microprocessors in Industrial Motor drive systems, Microprocessor control of converter fed DC motor drives. Performance analysis of Microprocessor based control system applied to adjustable speed motor drives. 20 Hours 53
2. Microprocessor control of Induction Motors:
Microprocessor based vector control system for Induction motor drives., Microprocessor based optimal efficiency drive of an Induction motor, Microprocessor control of current fed synchronous motor drive Microprocessor control for censor less Brushless motor, Microprocessor control, Microprocessor control of switched reluctance motor. 20 Hours
3. Vector control of Inductor motor drives, permanent may net synchronous motor drives 12 Hours
Text Books: 1. B.K.Bose "Microcomputer Control of Power electmics & Drives" IEEE press 1987. 2. Leonard W. Control of Electrical Drives, Spvinger vesitl 09 1985 3. V ASP Vector control of Electrical Machine, Oxford Press 1980
DIGITAL RELAYS
Sub. Code Hrs/'Veek Total Hrs.
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Static Relays: Introduction, advantages and disadvantages, classification logic ckts, S'moothing circuits, voltage regulator; squ'![e wave generator; time delay ckts, Level detectors, summation device, sampling circuit, zero crossing detector, output devices. 10 Hours Comparators: Replica Impedance, mixing transformers, general equation of phase and amplitude comparator, realization of ohm, mho, impedance and offset impedance characteristics, duality principle, static amplitude comparators, rectifier bridge comparators, transductor comparator, sampling comparator, coincidence circuit, Hall eff~ct devices, Magneto receptivity, Zener diode phase comparator, multi input comparators 12 Hours Static over current, Timer and voltage relays: Instantaneous over current relay, definite time lag relay, inverse time over current relay, static timer relay, basic delay circuits, monostable delay circuits, single phase instantaneous over voltage relay using OP AMP 10 Hours Differential relays: Basic principals: Longitudinal, transverse and multi input differential comparator circuits. Applications to generators transformers buses and lines, effect of c.1. errors and primary current transients 10 Hours
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Di.stance Relays Input to phase4 and amplitude comparators, Types of distance relays, their equations and characteristics, special types of conic section characteristics distance relays with linear coupler 10 Hours Text Books: 1. Warrington and vancprotective relays their theory and practice Vol I and Vol II, chanpman and hall 1962, 1968 2. 3. Madhavan rao, T.S. Power system protection Patra S.P, BasIJ SK Choudhris, Power system protection oxford and IBH publishing 4. Ravindranath A and Chander, M.Power system protection and switch gear, new age
DA T ABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS Sub. Code HrslWeek Total Hrs.
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Introduction to database. systems Managing Data; A Historical ,PeI'spect~ve; File' Systems versus a, DBMS; Advantages of a DBMS; Describing and Storing, Data' in a DBMS;.. Queries in'.a DBMS; ~ransaGtion, Management;' Structure: of a DBMS; People, Who work 'with Databases.. 04 Hours Entity relationship model: Using HighLevel Conceptual Data Models for Database Design; An Example Database Application; Entity Types, Entity Sets, Attributes and Keys; Relationship tyPes, Relationship Sets, Roles and Structural Constraints; Weak Entity Types; Refining the ER Design for the COMP ANY Database; ER Diagrams, Naming Conventions and Design Issues. 05 Hours Relational model and relational algebra Relational Model Concepts; Relational Model Constraints and Relational Database Schemas; Update Operations and Dealing with Constraint Violations; Unary Relational Operations: SELECT and PROJECT; Relational Algebra Operations from Set Theory; Binary Relational Operations: JOIN and DIVISION; Additional Relational Operations; Examples of Queries in Relational Algebra; Relational Database Design Using ER to Relational Mapping. 08 Hours SQL The Relational Database Standard: SQL Data Definition and Data Types, Specifying Basic Constraints in SQL, Schema. Change Statements in SQL; Basic Queries in SQL; More Complex SQL Queries; Insert, Delete and Update Statements in SQL; Additional Features of SQL; Specifying Genera Constraints as Assertion; Views (Virtual 55
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Tables) in SQL; Database Programming: Issues and Techniques; Embedded SQL, Dynamic SQL. 09 Hours Database Design: Informal Design Guidelines far Relatian Schemas; Functianal Dependencies; NOlmal Farms Based an Primary Keys; General Definitians af Secand and Third Narmal Farms; BayceCadd Narmal Farm; Properties af Relatianal Decampasitians; Algarithms far Relatianal Database Schema Design; Multivalued Dependencies and Faurth Narmal Farm; Jain Dependencies and Fifth Narmal Farm; Inclusian Dependencies; Other Dependencies and Narmal Farms. . 10 Hours Database security: Introductian to. Database Security; Access Cantral; Discretianary Access Mandatary Access Ca'ntral. 03 Hours
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Transaction management: The ACID Properties; Transactians and schedules; cancurrent executian af transactians; Lackbased can currency cantral; perfarmance af lacking; Transactian suppart in SQL; Intraductian to. crash recavery; 2PL, ss4rializabilty and recaverability; Introductian to. lack management; Lack canversians; Dealing with Deadlacks; specialized lacking techniques' Cancurrcncycantral without
lad<i~g; Introductian to. ARIES; The la,g; Other recaveryrehited, data' ' , ,'structures; The' vvriteahead Lag pr~tacol; 'Check 'painting';' rec<ivering f~om a system crash; Media R~covery; Other algorithms and InteraCtian with cancurrency cantrol. 13 Hours
Text Books: Raghu Ramakrishnan and Johannes Gehrke: Database Management
Systems (Third Editian), McGrawHill, 2003
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Elmasri and Navathe: Fundamentals af Database Systems (Faurth Editian), Pearsan Educatian, 2003
POWER SYSTEM DYNAMICS AND STABILITY
Sub. Code HrslW eek Total Hrs. EE846 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hrs. Exam Marks 25 03 100
1. Induction to power system stability problem Basic cancepts and definitians: Ratar angle stability, valtage stability and valtage callapse, Midterm and langterm stability Classificatian af stability, states af aperatian and system security system dynamic problems. 05 Hours 2. Review of classical methods: System madel, same mathematical analysis af steady state stability, analysis af transient stability and simplified representatian af excitatian cantrol. 06 Hours
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3. Modeling of synchronous machine Introduction, synchronous machine, park's transformation, analysis of steady state perfOImance per unit equivalent circuits of synchronous machine, determination of parameters of equivalent circuits, measurements for obtaining data, saturation models, transient analysis of a synchronous machine. 10 Hours
4~ Excitation and prime move controllers: Excitation system Modelling, system representation by state evasions, prime move control systems. 05 Hours 5. Transmission line, SVC and loads: DQ transformation using LB variables, static var compensators, loads 05 Hours 6. Dynamics of a synchronous generator connected to estimate bus: System model, synchronous machine model, calculation of initial conditions, inclusion of SVC Model. 07 Hours 7. Analysis of a single machine system:. Small signal analysis with b,lock diagram representation, s)'nchron~zing and damping torque analysis, small signal mod~l, no~lineai osc~llators: 06 Hours,
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Reference Book: P.W.Sauer & M.A.Pai: Power system dynamics and stability: Pearson education, Asia Jnc:, 2003 Edition.
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY
Sub. Code HrslW eek Total Hrs. EE847 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hrs. Exam Marks 25 03 100
Introduction: Designing for Electromagnetic compatibility, EMC regulation, Typical Noise path, use of network theory, Method of noise coupling, miscellaneous noise sources, Methods of eliminating interference. 08 Hours
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Cabling: Capacitive coupling, Effect of shield on capacitive coupling Inductive coupling, mutual inductance calculations, Effect of shield on magnetic coupling, Magnetic coupling between shield and inner conductor, shielding to prevent magnetic radiation, shielding a receptor against magnetic fields, shied transfer impedance Experimental data, Example of Selective shielding, coaxial cable versus shielded twisted pair braided shields, effect of pigtails, ribbon cable, Electrically long cables. 10 Hours Grounding: Safety' grounds, signal grounds, single point ground systems hybrid grounds, multipoint ground systems, functional ground layout, practical low frequency grounding, hardware grounds, single ground reference for a circuit amplifies shields, grounding of cable shields, ground loops, low frequency analysis of common mode choke, high frequency analysis of common mode choke, differential amplifiers, shields grounding at high frequencies, guard shields guarded meters. 10 Hours Balancing and Filtering: Balancing, power supply Decoupling, Decoupling filters, Amplifier decoupling driving capacitive loads, High frequency filtering system bandwidth, Modulation and coding. 08 Hours
.Shielding: ~ear fields and far fields, charact~ristic & wave iirip~dance's ,. . . shielding effective'n~ss~ (ibsorption loss, re.flecti.on loss., composite. adsorption
. . & reflection loss~ suinm3[Y of shiel~ing equation,. shieldIng with magnetic material, experimental data, apertu~es, wave guide below cut off, conductive gaskets, conductive windows,' conductive' coatings, cavity re.~onance, brooding of shields. . 10 Hours
Electrostatic discharge: State Generation, human body model, static discharge, ESD Protection in equipment design, software & ESD protection ESD protection ESD versus EMC. 06 Hours Text Books: Henry W. Ott, "Noise Reduction Techniques in Electronic Systems", Second Edition, John Wily & Sons, 1989 (Chapter: 1,2,3,4,6, 12)
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VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, BELGAUM SCHEME OF TEACHING AND EXAMINATION V SEMESTER B.E. ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING Teaching hours Examination Title Teaching /week Dept. Theory Pract. Duration I.A. Theory/ Marks Pract. 03 25 100 Electrical Power Generation EE 04 Modem Control Theory Electrical Power transmission & Distribution DC Machines & Synchronous Machine Digital Signal Processing Operational Amplifiers & Linear IC' s DC Machines & Synchronous Machines Lab Circuits simulation & Measurements Lab EE EE EE EE EE 04 04 04 EE EE 04 04 
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SCHEME OF TEACHING AND EXAMINATION VI SEMESTER B.E. ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING , Teaching hours :reaching /week Dept. Theory Pract. Duration EE EE EE EE
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Power System Analysis & Stability, Electrical Machine Design Switch Gear & Protection Transformer & Induction
Machine ' Electrical Drawing & CAD
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25 25 25 25 200
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nObject Oriented Programming System Network Synthesis & Active filter Design Digital System Design using VHDL Electronics Instrumentation
Advanced Power Electronics Communication Engineering
Testing & Commissioning of Electrical
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SCHEME OF TEACHING AND EXAMINATION VII SCHEME OF TEACHING AND EXAMINATION VIII SEMESTER B.E. ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS SEMESTER B.E. ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING ENGINEERING Teaching hours Teaching hours SubCode Title Teaching !week S. SubTitle Teaching /week S. No Code Dept. Theory Theory PractJ Pract. Duration Duration No Dept. Project erp7l Industrial Management, Constitutions of India Any 03 f 1 EE81 EE 0404 03 &Professional Ethics Dept. Electrical Estimation & 2 ECn Computer Techniques in EE 04 03 Economics Power System 2 EE82 Industrial Drives & EE 04 03 ' 3 EC73 Application Power Utilization Electrical EE 04 03 4 EE13' EC74 High Voltage Engineering EE 04 3 EE 04 0303 *Elective IV (GroupD) . 5 EE 04 03 *Elective  II (GroupB) 4 fE g+3 EE 04 03 *Elective V (GroupE) 5 6 .EE85 Proiect Work EE 04 060303 EE *Efective  III (GroupC) EE86 Seminar on Proiect Work EE _n 7 EeL 77 Relay HVILab EE 03 03 6 03 03 8 ECL78 Power Simulation Lab EE 
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* Elective: Group C Advanced Electrical Machine Peripherals & Microcontrollers AI & ANN Applications in Power System Discrete Control Systems Power Syslm Operation & Control Advanced Mathematics EE762 'Operations "Research 11l EE_513 EE765 EE766 EE767
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