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Numerical Methods: Solution of algebraic and transcendental equations- iterative methods based on second degree equation – Muller method,(no derivation) Chebyshev method, general iteration method (first order),acceleration of convergence, system of non-linear equations, and complex roots – Newton-Raphson method, polynomial equations – Birge –Vieta method and Bairstow’s method. Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations: Classification of second order equations, parabolic equations- solution of one dimensional heat equation, explicit method ,Crank-Nicolson method and Du Fort-Frankel method, hyperbolic equations- solution of one dimensional wave equation. System of Linear Algebraic Equations and Eigen Value Problems: Iterative methods Gauss-Seidal method, SOR method, Eigen value problems – Gerschgorian circle, Eigen values and Eigen vectors of real symmetric matrices -Jacobi method, Givens method. Interpolation:Hermite interpolation, spline interpolation, numerical solution of differential equations – Numerov method. Optimization: Linear programming- formulation of the problem, graphical method, general linear programming problem, simplex method, artificial variable technique -M-method. Graph Theory: Basic terminologies, types of graphs, sub graphs, graphs isomorphism, connected graphs-walks, paths, circuits, connected and disconnected graphs, operations on graphs, Eulerian paths and circuits, Hamiltonian paths and circuits, applications of graphs. Linear Algebra: Vector spaces, linear dependent, independence, basis and dimension, elementary properties, examples. Linear Transformations: Definition, properties, range and null space, rank and nullity, algebra of linear transformations- invertible, singular and non-singular transformations, representation of transformations by matrices. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. M K Jain, S R K Iyengar and R K Jain, “Numerical Methods for Scientific and Engineering Computations”, New Age International, 2004. 2. M K Jain, “Numerical Solution of Differential Equations”, 2nd edition, New Age International, 2008. 3. Dr. B.S. Grewal, “Numerical Methods in Engineering and Science”, Khanna Publishers. 4. Dr. B.S. Grewal, “Higher Engineering Mathematics”, 41st edition, Khanna Publishers, 2011. 5. NarsinghDeo, “Graph Theory with Applications to Engineering and Computer Science”, PHI. 6. Kenneth Hoffman and Ray Knuze, “Linear Algebra”, 2nd edition, PHI.

2 12EPE12 POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES 12EPE12 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks 50 03 100

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Power Diodes:Basic structure and V-I characteristics, breakdown voltages and control, on-state losses, switching characteristics-turn-on transient, turn-off transient and reverse recovery transient, Schottky diodes, snubber requirements for diodes, diode snubbers, modeling and simulation of power diodes. Thyristors:- Basic structure, V-I characteristics, turn-on process, on-state operation, turn -off process, switching characteristics, turn-on transient and di/dt limitations, turn-off transient, turnoff time and reapplied dv/dt limitations, gate drive requirements, ratings of thyristors, snubber requirements and snubber design, modeling and simulation of thyristors. Triacs: Basic structure and operation-I characteristics, ratings, snubber requirements.modeling and simulation of triacs. Gate Turnoff Thyristor (GTO): Basic structure and operation, GTO switching characteristics, GTO turn-on transient, GTO turn -off transient, minimum on and off state times, gate drive requirements, maximum controllable anode current, overcurrent protection of GTO’S, modelling and simulation of GTO’S. Power BJT’S:Basic structure and V-I characteristics, breakdown voltages and control, secondary breakdown and it’s control- FBSOA and RBSOA curves - on state losses, switching characteristics, resistive switching specifications, clamped inductive switching specifications, turn-on transient, turn-off transient, storage time, base drive requirements, switching losses, device protection- snubber requirements for BJT’S and snubber design - switching aids, modeling and simulation of power BJT’S. Power MOSFET’S:- Basic structure, V-I characteristics, turn-on process, on state operation, turn-off process, switching characteristics, resistive switching specifications, clamped inductive switching specifications - turn-on transient and di/dt limitations, turn-off transient, turn off time, switching losses, effect of reverse recovery transients on switching stresses and losses - dv/dt limitations, gating requirements, gate charge - ratings of MOSFET’S, FBSOA and RBSOA curves, device protection -snubber requirements, modeling and simulation of Power MOSFET’S. Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistors (IGBT’S): Basic structure and operation, latch up IGBT, switching characteristics, resistive switching specifications, clamped inductive switching specifications - IGBT turn-on transient, IGBT turn off transient- current tailing - gating requirements -ratings of IGBT’S, FBSOA and RBSOA curves, switching losses - minimum on and off state times - switching frequency capability - overcurrent protection of IGBT’S, short circuit protection, snubber requirements and snubber design. New Power Semiconductor Devices : MOS gated thyristors, MOS controlled thyristors or MOS GTO’S, base resistance controlled thyristors, emitter switched thyristor, thermal design of power electronic equipment, modeling and simulation, heat transfer by conduction, transient thermal impedance - heat sinks, heat transfer by radiation and convection - heat sink selection for power semiconductor devices.

Grant. 3. Antognetti. V. 2010. “Discrete and Integrated Power Semiconductor Devices: Theory and Applications”.P Robbins. 4. J. P.M. McGraw-Hill. 3rd edition. JayantBaliga. “Power Semiconductor Devices”. “Power Electronics Converters”. John Wiley and Sons. B. “Semiconductor Device Modeling with Spice”. Massobrio.3 REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Benda. 1st edition. 2. Undeland and William. G. A. 1999. 2011. John Wiley & Sons. Gowar. . 2nd Edition. and D. Applications and Design”.Int’nl Thompson Computer Press. Ned Mohan Tore. 1995.

3rd edition. EEE. Ned Mohan. simulation process: types of analysis. Krishnan. equation solvers. methods of simulation: circuitoriented simulators. widely used circuit oriented simulators. System Level Modeling. 3. “Power Electronics Converters. Erickson. Tore M. Analysis and Control”. .4 12EPE13 MODELING AND SIMULATION OF POWER ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS. losses and efficiency. 2009. R. “Fundamentals of Power Electronics”. 2011 2. phase controlled induction motor drive. nonlinear differential equations. DC motor. Kluwer Academic Publishers. 3rd edition. trapezoidal method of integration. of Lecture Hours 12EPE13 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks 50 03 100 Computer Simulation of Power Electronic Converters and Systems: Challenges in computer simulation. Modeling of Power Electronic System Components: DC to DC converters: steady-state equivalent circuit modeling. Applications. Robert W. frequency controlled induction motor drives. DC transformer model. DraganMaksimovic. mathematical model of a single phase diode-bridge rectifier with a filter capacitor. chopper-controlled DC motor drive. Subject Code No. and Design of Electrical Machines: Phase controlled DC motor drives. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Analysis. construction of equivalent circuit model. Electric Motor Drives: “Modeling. William P. Linear differential equations. inclusion of inductor copper loss. equation solvers. comparison of circuit oriented simulators and equation solvers. induction motor. Robbins. solution techniques for time-domain analysis. John Wiley & Sons. simulation models for single phase and three phase PWM inverters. Undeland. PHI. and Design”. of Lecture Hours/Week Total No.

classification of chopper & chopper circuit design.5 12EPE14 Subject Code SOLID STATE POWER CONTROLLERS 12EPE14 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks 50 03 100 No. 2011. Ned Mohan Tore. of Lecture Hours Line Commutated Converters: Phase control. twelve pulse converter and design of converter circuits. single phase series converters. power factor improvement methods. SPWM/third harmonic PWM/Space vector modulation. three phase semi controlled & fully controlled converter. Bose. Voltage Control of Single Phase Inverters: Single/multiple. Applications and Design”. K. performance parameters. M. types. harmonic reduction. PHI. current source inverter. single phase semi converter & fully controlled converter. 2. diode clamped multi-level inverters. PHI. “Modern Power Electronics & AC Drives”. 3rd edition. Inverters: Principle of operation. analysis of step-down and step-up converters. B. features & applications. 3.H. of Lecture Hours/Week Total No. .3rd edition. Undeland and William. DC-DC Converters: Principle of operation. Rashid M. pulse/SPWM/ modified SPWM methods.John Wiley and Sons. Multilevel Inverters: Introduction.2012. effect of source inductance. dual converters.“Power Electronics: Converters. comparison between VSI & CSI. P Robbins.“Power Electronics: Circuits Devices and Applications”. 2005. voltage control of three phase inverter. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. single phase bridge inverters and three phase inverters.

building real time applications. of Lecture Hours/Week Total No. 2. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. interrupt structure. N/W. Real Time Operating System: Fundamental requirements of RTOS. ARM various system architecture. A. real time computing. “Embedded Real Time Systems: Concepts Design and Programming”. direct memory accesses. hardware requirements.K K Prasad. “Real-Time Systems Design and Analysis. PHI Publications. sample systems. “An Embedded Software Primer”. 2012. addressing modes. processor. instruction set. 5. Processor and Memory Organization: Structural unit in a processor.An Engineer’s Handbook”2nd edition.processor introduction. state transition diagram. Rajkamal “Embedded System Architecture: Programming & Design”. 2010. software embedded into a system. high performance processors .. memory selection for an embedded system. design issues. real time kernel types.S. of Lecture Hours EMBEDDED SYSTEM DESIGN 12EPE151 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks 50 03 100 Introduction to Embedded System: An embedded system. Simon. processor selection for an embedded systems. 1999. O/S. Laplante. Pearson Education Inc. 2003. scheduling latency and context switching latency). various scheduling modules with examples. Philip. Real Time System: Types. 4.strong ARM processors. . latency (interrupt latency. basic alp programs. task control block. TMH Edition. Pearson Education. David E. real time and embedded OS. memory devices. tasks.V. 3. allocation of memory to program statements and blocks and memory map of a system. I/O. Jane W. Liu. Dreamtech Press New Delhi. intertask communication and synchronization of tasks. schedulers. example of an embedded system. hardware unit. OS services. K.6 ELECTIVES-1 12EPE151 Subject Code No. “Real-Time Systems”.

T. 2. Radial Basis Function Networks: Ill-posed problems and the regularization technique. 2004. of Lecture Hours/Week Total No. of Lecture Hours SOFT COMPUTING 12EPE152 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks 50 03 100 Learning and Soft Computing: Examples. 2010. 4. Hagan. Beale. 2002. Ltd. practical aspects of error back propagation algorithm. basic mathematics of soft computing. "Fuzzy Sets and Fuzzy Logic: Theory and Application". George J. structural risk minimization. “Learning and Soft Computing”. 3. Case Studies: Neural-network based adaptive control. "Neural Networks: A Comprehensive Foundation". Prentice Hall of India.. VC dimension. 2012. Pearson Education (Asia) Pvt. . basic tools of soft computing. learning and statistical approaches to regression and classification.7 12EPE152 Subject Code No. Thomson Learning. adaptive linear neuron (Adaline). REFERENCE BOOKS 1. "Neural Network Design". Single-Layer Networks: Perceptron. Support Vector Machines: Risk minimization principles and the concept of uniform convergence. Klir and Bo Yuan. generalized radial basis function networks. Pearson Education (Asia) Pvt. 5. Demuth and M. PHI. Multilayer Perceptrons: Error back propagation algorithm. computer graphics. fuzzy additive models. "Neural Networks and Fuzzy Systems". Ltd. mathematical similarities between neural networks and fuzzy logic models. Prentice Hall of India.B. Vojislav Kecman. and the LMS algorithm. 2008. Bart Kosko. Simon Haykin. M. H. support vector machine algorithms. generalized delta rule. stabilizers and basis functions. Fuzzy Logic Systems: Basics of fuzzy logic theory.

C. “Analysis of Electrical Machinery and Drive Systems”. PHI Learning Private Ltd. R.8 12EPE153 MODELING AND ANALYSIS OF ELECTRIC MACHINES Subject Code No. deviation of commonly used induction motor models-stator reference frames model. single phase transformer model. Dynamic Analysis of Synchronous Machines: Dynamic performance during sudden change in input torque and during a 3-phase fault at the machine terminals. change of base. space phasor model. power equivalence. Dynamic Modeling of Three Phase Induction Machine: Generalized model in arbitrary frame. synchronously rotating reference frames model. CheeMunOng. Modeling of Synchronous Machines: Introduction. Prentice Hall. regulating transformers for voltage and phase angle control. per unit normalization. Prentice Hall. of Lecture Hours 12EPE153 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks 50 03 100 Basic Concepts of Modeling: Basic two pole machine representation of commutator machines.Krause. rotor angle and angle between rotors. DC Machine Modeling: Mathematical model of separately excited dc motor-steady state and transient state analysis.Modeling. equal area criterion. 2010. shunt motor. electromagnetic torque. transfer function of separately excited dc motor. Kron’s primitive machine-voltage. analysis of steady state operation. IEEE Press. 5. three phase transformer connections. current and torque equations. rotor reference frames model. 2. torque equations in substitute variables. per unit three phase quantities. Oleg Wasynczuk. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. DQ flux linkages model derivation.Bimbra. P. sudden application of inertia load. per unit analysis of normal system. transformation to obtain constant matrices. critical clearing time. P. 4. 6. “Generalized Theory of Electrical Machines” Khanna publications. Analysis & Control”. “Power System Stability and Control”. 2nd edition. 3-phase synchronous machine with and without damper bar and 3-phase induction machine. TMH. 2009. normal systems. . Small Signal Equations of the Induction Machine: Derivation of small signal equations of induction machine. “Power System Analysis”. comparison of actual and approximate transient torque-angle characteristics during a sudden change in input torque. Krishnan. “Dynamic Simulation of Electric Machinery using Matlab / Simulink”. dynamic simulation. of Lecture Hours/Week Total No. Reference Frame Theory: Real time model of a two phase induction machine.S. per unit model. Scott D. voltage equations and torque equation in machine variables. “Electric Motor Drives . auto transformers. first swing transient stability limit. transmission line and transformers. comparison of actual and approximate transient torque-angle characteristics during a 3-phase fault at the machine terminals. computer simulation. PrabhaKundur. per phase analysis.Sudhoff. stator voltage equations in arbitrary and rotor reference frame variables. park’s equations. equations in flux linkages. 5th edition1995. linearization techniques for small perturbations. Transformer Modeling: Introduction. control principle of the induction motor. approximate transient torque versus rotor angle characteristics. three phase to two phase transformation. 3. per unit system. mathematical model of dc series motor. Arthur R Bergan and Vijay Vittla.

9 M. POWER ELECTRONICS (EPE) II SEMESTER 12EPE21 Subject Code No. R. field oriented control for induction motor.TECH. “Modern Power Electronics & AC Drives” PHI. v/f. PHI. AC Drives: Voltage and current source invertors. Murphy JMD.Krishanan “Electric Motor Drives”. static excitation schemes of AC generator. Inverter control. closed loop control of AC drives.CRC Press 2011. of Lecture Hours/Week Total No. of Lecture Hours AC-DC DRIVES 12EPE21 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks 50 03 100 DC Drives: Single quadrant. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Mehrdad Ehsani.2012. Hybrid Electric and Fuel Cell Vehicle Fundamentals. 2. 3. six step and PWM Operation.Jaroslaw Guzinski. current source and slip energy recovery drives.. voltage source. High Performance Control of AC Drives “Haitham Abu-rub.AtifIqbal.Wiley. .G. 1998. Turnbull F. Bose B. two quadrant. 2010. 4. stepper motor and variable reluctance motor drives. Theory and Design” Special Indian Edition. EEE. Yimin Gao. “Thyristor Control of AC Motors” Pergamon Press Oxford. “Modern Electric. K. 2011. Brushless DC motor. 5. closed loop control of DC drives. Alin Emadi. two quadrant and four quadrant drives.

“Power Electronics”. D M Mitchel. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. . resonant switch converters. Tata McGraw Hill. 2. clamped voltage topologies. 3. fly back. resonant DC link. “Design of Magnetic Components for Switched Mode Power Converters”. Umanand L and Bhatt S R. 2009.10 12EPE22 Subject Code SWITCHED MODE POWER CONVERSION 12EPE22 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks 50 03 100 No. full bridge converters. 1988. Resonant Converters: Introduction. Cuk converters. current mode control. of Lecture Hours DC – DC Converters (Basic Converters): Principle of operation and analysis of buck. half bridge. boost. “DC-DC Switching Regulator Analysis” McGraw-Hill Ltd. classification. 2011. Daniel W Hart. buck-boost converter for continuous and discontinuous current mode. zero voltage switching. and high frequency link integral half cycle converters. Wiley Eastern Publication. push pull. Control of DC-DC Converter: Modeling of DC-DC converters using state space averaging. converters. Derived Converters: Principle of operation and analysis of forward. basic resonant circuit concepts. design of inductor and transformers for SMPC. of Lecture Hours/Week Total No.

1989. 3. analog to digital converter using IC’s. PWM power. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. AC line loss detection. K. “Thyristorised Power Controllers”. Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC): Basic configuration of a PLC. R.html . Optocouplers. Programming and PLC. Switching Regulator Control Circuits : Introduction. UC 1846 current mode control IC. Johsi. New Age International. 2010. 2nd edition. UC 1840 Programmable off line PWM controller. over voltage protection. power converter control using PLCs. self-biased techniques used in primary side of reference power supplies. and R. isolation techniques of switching regulator systems. sensing of speed. other recording and analysis of waveforms. of Lecture Hours Introduction: Measurement techniques for voltages. Supervisory & Peripheral Circuits and Components: Introduction. current. Chryssis “High Frequency Switching Power Supplies”. Phase – Locked Loops (PLL) & Applications: PLL Design using ICs. 555 timer & its applications. implementation of different gating circuits. Soft/Start in switching power supplies. Dubey. M. A. UC 1524 PWM control IC.smps. Switching Power Supply Ancillary. of Lecture Hours/Week Total No. some commercially available PWM control ICs and their applications: TL 494 PWM Control IC. 2nd edition. MGH. power factor in power electronic circuits. Unitrode application notes: http://www.11 12EPE23 POWER ELECTRONICS SYSTEM DESIGN USING ICs 12EPE23 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks 50 03 100 Subject Code No. K. current limit circuits. Sinha. program modification. G. S. digital to analog converters using ICs. 2. UC 1852 resonant mode power supply controller. Doradla.

Kimbark.12 12EPE24 Subject Code HVDC POWER TRANSMISSION 12EPE24 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks 50 03 100 No. potential applications. description of DC transmission systems. Padiyar. 2012. Arrilaga. 2011. Control and Protection Methods: DC link control principles. TMH. Power Flow Analysis in AC/DC Systems: Modeling of DC links. comparison with AC transmission. Multi Terminal DC Systems: Introduction. equivalent circuits and characteristics of 6 pulse and 12 pulse converters. 3. of Lecture Hours/Week Total No. of Lecture Hours DC Power Transmission Technology: General aspects of DC transmission. design of AC filters and DC filters. Vol. per unit system for DC quantities. static VAR systems. DC breakers. advantages and disadvantages of DC transmission. solution of AC-DC power flow. reactive power control – discussion on control strategies under steady state and transient state and sources of reactive power in HVDC systems. Wiley Future Science. K. firing angle control. W. converter control characteristics. solution of DC load flow. The Institute of a. Harmonics: Generation of harmonics. I. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. converter control model. S Kamakshaiah and V Kamaraju. application. Engineering and Technology. 1971. 2nd Edition. 2nd edition. “HVDC Power Transmission Systems: Technology and System Interactions”. modeling of DC and AC networks. R. DC reactor and its design consideration. “HVDC Transmission”. types. New Age International. Analysis of HVDC Converters: Effects of source inductance. control and protection. modern trends in DC transmission. 2. Models for Analysis of AC-DC Systems: Converter models. 2007. “Direct Current Transmission”. “High Voltage Direct Current Transmission”. 4. E. . fault development and protection schemes.

Pearson. real time LMS adaptive filters. “Real Time Digital Signal Processing using the Motorola DSP S63OXEVM”.Oppenheim and Schafer. 2002. architecture.13 ELECTIVE-II 12EPE251 REAL-TIME DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING 12EPE251 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks 50 03 100 Subject Code No. simple 5630X program. 2. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. .Samuel Stearns. adaptive filtering techniques.Proakis J. CRC Press. of Lecture Hours/Week Total No. FIR filter design by windowing. Prentice Hall. Fourier analysis of signal using FFT. 2012. addressing modes. 3. 4. “Digital Signal Processing with Examples in MATLAB”. of Lecture Hours Digital Signal Processing Fundamentals: Review of DSP fundamentals . “Digital Signal Processing”. real time frequency domain processing.Philip L Se Leon. introduction to real time DSP and Motorola DS5630X. 2011. instruction set. real time digital FIR filter. “Digital Signal Processing”. 2011.

Z. New Age International. New Age International Publishers. PHI. “Digital Control & State Variable Methods”. state regulator and output regulator. 2010. TMH. 2. concepts of controllability and observability (for both continuous and discrete systems). dead beat control by state feedback. Nagarath and Gopal.transforms. M.Transforms analysis. Popov’s criterion. 3. 2011. Z . adaptive control systems and design. Non Linear Control Systems: Common nonlinearities. 5.14 12EPE252 ADVANCED CONTROL SYSTEMS 12EPE252 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks 50 03 100 Subject Code No. pulse transfer functions and different configurations for closed loop discrete-time control systems. stability analysis (Jury’s Stability Test and Bilinear Transformation). 5th edition. Lyapunov’s stability criterion. of Lecture Hours Digital Control Systems: Review of difference equations and Z . stability of nonlinear systems . concepts of model reference control systems.phase plane analysis and describing function analysis. singular points. full order and reduced order observes (for both continuous and discrete systems). sampled data systems. Ogata K “Discrete Time Control Systems”. optimal control problems using state variable approach. . 2012.transfer function (Pulse transfer function). Modern Control Theory: state model for continuous time and discrete time systems. Ogata. K. 2011. Gopal. “Control Systems Engineering”. of Lecture Hours/Week Total No. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. “Modern Control Engineering”. solutions of state equations (for both continuous and discrete systems). 2nd edition. M Gopal “Modem Control System Theory”. PHI. pole placement by state feedback (for both continuous and discrete systems). 4.

. Wiley Interscience. Don White consultants Inc. “Handbook Series of Electromagnetic Interference and Compatibility”. Joseph Di Giacomo. John Wiley and Sons. sources of EMI. “Introduction to Electromagnetic Compatibility”. Paul Clayton. “Digital Bus Hand Book”. W. . use of co-axial cables and shielding of signal lines. conducted and radiated noise emission in power electronic equipment and reduction techniques. White. “Electrostatic Damage in Electronics: Devices and Systems”. of Lecture Hours Review of EMI theory. 1990. 4. McGraw Hill Publishing Company. Greason. of Lecture Hours/Week Total No. 3. 1981. EMI induced failure mechanisms for power electronic equipment.. 5. susceptibility aspects of power electronic and digital equipment. R. 1988. ESD and switching interference reduction. J. 2nd Edition. 2nd Edition. “Noise Reduction Techniques in Electronic Systems”. 2. William B. shielding of electronic equipment. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. 1986. noise pick up modes and reduction techniques for analog circuits.15 12EPE253 ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY 12EPE253 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks 50 03 100 Subject Code No. Otto H. EMC standards and test equipment. EMC in design of digital circuits.

super conducting magnet energy storage. battery storage. alternate views of a smart grid. electric transportation. 2009. super capacitors. integration and interconnection concerns. dynamic voltage restorer. High frequency AC Power Distribution Platform: Introduction. “The Smart Grid: Enabling Energy Efficiency and Demand Side Response”. Power Control and Quality Problems: Introduction. low carbon central generation. distributed generation and energy storage. D – STATCOM. power flow control. computer and commercial electronics systems. local energy networks.16 M.TECH. fundamental problems of electrical power systems. power quality and EMC. of Lecture Hours POWER ELECTRONICS IN SMART GRID 12EPE31 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks 50 03 100 Introduction: Introduction to smart grid. micro grids. electricity network. 2. Strzelecki Benysek. EMC cases in distributed power system. Clark W Gellings. telecommunications. injection using static compensators and advanced static devices. hydrogen storage. general problems and solutions of power control. mitigation methods. power injection principle. distributed generation contribution to power quality problems and current challenges. applications of energy storage devices. high frequency in space applications. interconnection with a hosting grid. flywheels. and EMC related phenomena in smart system. legal and organizational regulations. “Power Electronics in Smart Electrical Energy Networks”. structure of power storage devices. 2008. . of Lecture Hours/Week Total No. automotive and motor drives. Springer. attributes of the smart grid. POWER ELECTRONICS (EPE) III SEMESTER 12EPE31 Subject Code No. Active Power Controllers: Dynamic static synchronous controllers. power quality issues. compressed air energy storage system. AC/AC voltage regulators. Integration of Distributed Generation with Power System: Distributed generation past and future. CRC Press. Dynamic static synchronous series controllers. monitoring. REFERRENCE BOOKS 1. pumped – storage hydroelectricity. Energy Storage Systems: Introduction.

REFERENCE BOOKS 1.17 ELECTIVES-III 12EPE321 Subject Code CMOS VLSI DESIGN 12EPE321 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks 50 03 100 No. Beyond CMOS: Evolutionary advances beyond CMOS. carbon nano tubes. large capacitive loads. Talley circuits. System Design: CMOS design methods. 1990. full custom design. Wayne Wolf. Super Buffers. scaling theory. Kevin F Brrnnan “Introduction to Semi-Conductor Device”.NOR. MIS Structures and MOSFETS: MIS systems in equilibrium. 2. modularity & locality. processing challenges to further CMOS miniaturization. strategies encompassing hierarchy. 2005. 4th edition. conventional vs.effect tolerant computing. 2010. MESFETS: MESFET and MODFET operations. under bias. general functional blocks . regularity. tactile computing. Camridge publications. PHI Publication. NANDNAND. PHI.A Pucknell “Basic VLSI Design”. . 4. designing of transistor logic. of Lecture Hours/Week Total No. MGH. quantitative description of MESFETS. mole electronics-molecular diode and diode. structured design methods. “Modern VLSI Design”. and AOI Logic. programmable inter connect. dynamic ratio less inverters. D. wire routing and module lay out. 2010. small signal operation of MESFETS and MOSFETS. switches. of Lecture Hours Review of MOS Circuits: MOS and CMOS static plots.CMOS. CMOS multiplexers. barrel shifter. Bi-CMOS and Steering Logic: Introduction. Eugene D Fabricius “Introduction to VLSI Design”.diode logic . gate arrays standard cell approach. NMOS. CMOS super buffers. 3. Special Circuit Layouts and Technology Mapping: Introduction. programmable structure. programmable logic. pass NMOS super buffer. 3rd edition. CMOS Chip design options. molecular and biological computing. NOR. comparison between CMOS and BI . tri-state super buffer and pad drivers. RC delay lines.NMOS and CMOS functional blocks. computing. Short Channel Effects and Challenges to CMOS: Short channel effects. super buffers.

voltage references and comparators – switching type regulator. UPS: Necessity types typical layouts of UPS. PRK Chetty “Switched Power Supply Design” BPB Publication.2008.Gottilieb “Power Supplies. 3. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Switching Regulators.18 12EPE322 Subject Code POWER SUPPLY SYSTEMS 12EPE322 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks 50 03 100 No. noise consideration. Methods: Design of feedback compression. Applications and Design” John Wiley & Sons. SMPS. of Lecture Hours/Week Total No. 2011. .2008. transformer design by calculation and by monographs. 5. 2. standalone high quality electronics power supplies. UPS Design Guide. “High Frequency Power Supplies” McGraw Hill. switching of AC and DC voltages.Characteristics – steady state analysis control. International Rectifier. control of inverter and converter with special C modules. 4. of Lecture Hours Review: Linear Regulators. Ned Mohan “Power Electronics Converters. Inverters and Converters” BPB Publications. Irving M. Switching Type Power Supplies: Theory. Pressman.

“Power Electronics: Converter. Joseph Vithyathil. harmonic current compensation. TMH. calculation of switching and conduction losses. reactive power compensation. 2. compensation for dead time and DC voltage regulation. estimation of current ripple and torque ripple in inverter fed drives. of Lecture Hours AC/DC and DC/AC power conversion. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. 1997. 2011.2011. bus clamping PWM. pulse modulation techniques for I – phase bridges. dynamic model of PWM converters. Applications and Design”. practical devices in converters. “Fundamentals of Power Electronics”. Wiley India. Mohan. of Lecture Hours/Week Total No. “Power Electronics. 3. advanced PWM techniques. constant V/F induction motor drives. line-side converters with power factor compensation. Undeland and Robbins.19 12EPE323 PWM CONVERTERS AND APPLICATIONS 12EPE323 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks 50 03 100 Subject Code No. . Chapman Hall. Erickson RW. overview of applications of voltage source converters.Principles and Applications”. space vector based PWM.

stochastic prediction of short interruptions. influence on equipment. Voltage Sags – Equipment Behavior: Introduction. magnitude and phase angle jumps for three phase unbalanced sags. comparison of observation and reliability evaluation. of Lecture Hours/Week Total No.el. Roger C Dugan. reliability evaluation techniques. Short Interruptions: Introduction. power quality and EMC standard. single phase tripping. Math H J Bollen. Mitigation of Interruptions and Voltage Sags: Overview of mitigation methods. 2009. Elsevier. TMH.el. method of critical distances. power system design – redundancy through switching and parallel operation. terminology. 2011. 4. et. Stars in Circle publications. Voltage Sags and Interruptions”. origin of short interruptions. 2011. “Understanding Power Quality Problems. “Power Quality in Power System and Electrical Machines”. Academic Press. phase angle jumps. REFERRENCE BOOKS 1. Wiley India. adjustable speed DC drives. 2.Characterization: Introduction. 1991. voltage sag duration. 3. three phase unbalance. Voltage Sags – Stochastic Assessment: Compatibility between equipment and supply. G T Heydt. of Lecture Hours Introduction: Introduction to power quality. sag due starting of induction motors. computers and consumer electronics. 2nd Edition. load influence on voltage sags. . monitoring of short interruptions. et.20 12EPE331 POWER QUALITY ISSUES AND MITIGATION 12EPE331 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks 50 03 100 Subject Code No.voltage sag coordination chart. overview of power quality phenomena. Ewald F Fuchs. other characteristic of voltage sags. adjustable speed AC drives. examples. system equipment interface. “Electric Power Quality”. overview of reliability evaluation. Long Interruptions and Reliability Evaluation: Introduction. voltage sag magnitude. Voltage Sags . “Electrical Power Systems Quality”. other sensitive load. cost of interruptions. standards and regulations. power quality monitoring. observation of system performance. method of fault positions.

applications of STATCOM.compensation by a series capacitor connected at the midpoint of the line . 3.harmonics and filtering .harmonic transfer and resonance in VSC. AC Transmission Line and Reactive Power Compensation: Analysis of uncompensated AC Line . T.a simplified analysis of a three phase six pulse STATCOM . 2009.flexible AC transmission system controllers – application of FACTS controllers in distribution systems.compensation by STATCOM and SSSC .basic principle of a PST . Thyristor and GTO Controlled Series Capacitor: Introduction .multilevel voltage source converters .configurations of spst improvement of transient stability using SPST .control of type I Converters .control of TCSC .damping of low frequency power oscillations applications of SPST. 2.applications of TCSC. “Understanding FACTS: Concepts and Technology of Flexible AC Transmission Systems”.multi-pulse converters control of type 2 converters . “FACTS Controllers in Power Transmission and Distribution”. Song and A. New-Delhi.shunt compensation connected at the midpoint of the line . Institution of Engineering and Technology. H. . 2007. Y. New Age International.21 12EPE332 Subject Code No. Static Phase Shifting Transformer: General .modeling of TCSC for stability studies .comparison between series and shunt capacitor .Configuration of SVC. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Johns.control of power flow in AC transmission line.some issues .basic concepts of controlled series compensation -operation of TCSC .protection aspects – modeling of SVC – applications of SVC. of Lecture Hours/Week Total No.mitigation of sub synchronous resonance with TCSC and GCSC .passive reactive power compensation . “Flexible AC Transmission System”.analysis of TCSC. of Lecture Hours FACTS CONTROLLERS 12EPE332 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks 50 03 100 Introduction: Basics of power transmission networks .R Padiyar.some representative examples.principle of operation of STATCOM . Gyugyi. K.GTO thyristor controlled series capacitor (GCSC) . Standard Publishers. Static Var Compensator: Analysis of SVC . Static Synchronous Compensator (STATCOM): Introduction . Narain G Hingorani and L.SVC Controller – voltage regulator design .analysis of a six pulse VSC using switching functions .

Space Vector Pulse Width Modulation. DSP-Based control of permanent magnet brushless DC machines. Dynamic. NewYork. O. Englewood Cliffs. Hamid Toliyat and Steven Campbell. NJ. Prentice Hall. C2xx DSP CPU architecture and instruction set. 2. EVB). of Lecture Hours/Week Total No. 1995. 2011. Ong.22 12EPE333 DSP APPLICATIONS TO POWER ELECTRONICS 12EPE333 04 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks 50 03 100 Subject Code No. Analogto-Digital Converter (ADC). D. IEEE Press. “Simulation of Electric Machinery”. General Purpose Input/output (GPIO) functionality interrupts on the TMS320LF2407. of Lecture Hours Introduction to the TMS320LF2407 DSP Controller. DSP-based vector control of induction motors. Wasynczuk. . CRC Press. event managers (EVA. Analysis of Electric Machinery. Sudhoff. S. P. DSP-Based applications of DC-DC buck-boost converters. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. 1998. “DSP-Based Electromechanical Motion Control”. Park and Clarke's transformations. C. DSP-based control of permanent magnet synchronous machines. DSP based control of stepper motors. Krause. 3.

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