Approved Special Electives for M.S. / Ph.D. Degree Programs (upto 16th AC 02.12.2010)


COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE Modelling and Simulation of FACTS Devices for Transient and Dynamic Stability Studies (5th AC) Evolutionary Computing (5th AC) Power System Optimization (5th AC) Coordination of Multiple FACTS devices using Linear / Non – Linear Control Technique (5th AC) DC – DC Converters Nano Electronics Application of Optimization Techniques to Power Systems Wind Electric Conversion System Modelling and Simulation of Facts Devices Power System Deregulation Network System Design Using Network Processors Smart Sensors: Analysis and Compensation Distributed Algorithms Support Vector Machine Interval System Analysis Loss Allocation in a Deregulated Power System Introduction to Nonlinear Systems Service Oriented Architecture Models And Measurements In Bio Mechanics Model Predictive Control Reinforcement Learning Modeling and Simulation of Wind Energy Conversion System Design of Electrical Machines – Electromagnetic Approach Application of Intelligent Controllers for Power Quality Improvement Fault Diagnosis in Electrical Machines Optimization Techniques for Power System Restoration Modelling and Simulation of DVR and its Controllers Modern Rectifiers and Resonant Converters EMC in Power Electronic Converters 2 L 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 T 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 3 4 4 3 3 3 4 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

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Modelling and Control of Hybrid Systems Design and Control of Switched Reluctance Machine for Automotive Applications Analysis, Design and Control of Stepping Motors Principles, Design and Fabrication of MEMS Devices Analysis and Control of Special Machines Intelligent Control Applications to BLDC Motors Voltage Source Converter Based HVDC Transmission Advanced Optimal Control Insulation Co-ordination of Gas Insulated systems Statistical Techniques for High Voltage Engineering Energy Efficient Illumination Robust Control and Sliding Mode Control Food Preservation Techniques Web Based Embedded Systems Advanced PID Control Control of Power Converter RTOS Based Embedded System Design Intelligent Controller for Robotics Experimental Stress Analysis Techniques Finite Element Analysis on Boundary Value Problems Adaptive Control and Relay Feedback Recent Techniques for Reliable Distribution System Design of High Power Synchronous Generator Modeling and Simulation of Solar Energy Systems Sliding Mode and Adaptive Control Networking Wireless Sensors High Energy Radiation Effects on Polymers and High Voltage Testing of Power Apparatus Bifurcation Analysis of Power Systems Power Quality Analysis for Grid Integrated Renewable Energy Optimization Techniques in Design Matrix Converters Energy Technologies and Magnetic Energy Storage System 3

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Dommel “Electromagnetic Transients Program”..A. July 1992. Types of FACTS controllers. FACTS CONTROLLERS FOR ELECTRO MAGNETIC TRANSIENTS 12 Introduction to EMTP. Voltage source converters.S. August 1986. U. Padiyar K. Rajiv K.W. Gyugyi L. Mohan Mathur. 4.R.Etal “Unified Power Flow Controller: Modeling and Analysis “IEEE Trans on Power Delivery. SIMULATION AND MODELING OF FACTS CONTROLLERS FOR SMALL SIGNAL STABILITY STUDIES. Vol. R. Case studies using Eurostag. “Unified power flow control concept for flexible AC Transmission”. Simulation and modeling of FACTS controllers for small signal analysis.2. Models of synchronous machines. Self and line commuted current sourced converters. Improvement of power quality by FACTS devices. Terms and definitions. 12 Introduction to small signal analysis. “Power System Stability and control”.13. 2.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 5 AC 18. REFERENCES: 1. CUSTOM POWER DEVICES 5 Introduction to Custom Power Devices. Control requirements. No.J. SIMULATION AND MODELING OF FACTS CONTROLLERS FOR TRANSIENT STABILITY STUDIES. Modeling and simulation of FACTS devices for transient stability programmes. 4 .. No. 1994. Keri A.Gyugi.M “Control design and simulation of Unified Power flow controllers” IEEE Trans on Power Delivery. McGraw Hill.Varma “Thyristor Based FACTS Controllers for Electrical Transmission Systems”. Modeling of FACTS controllers for power system studies using EMTP. Steady state and time step solutions in EMTP and their uses. “Understanding FACTS” IEEE press.2004) th MODELLING AND SIMULATION OF FACTS DEVICES FOR TRANSIENT DYNAMIC STABILITY STUDIES LTPC 3 003 This course will help to understand how FACTS controllers can be represented in power system simulation programs and how power studies can help to evaluate their applicability and performance characteristics. Reference manual prepared for Bonnerville Power Administration. 5. H. 6. Vol. John Wiley and sons.. Kundur P. Energy storage considerations.S. Comparison between dynamic and transient stability results.Hingorani.14. Meharban A. Vol-139. No.11. 12 General comments on transient stability. INTRODUCTION TO FACTS 4 FACTS-Concepts and general system considerations. April 1999. Generalized and multifunctional FACTS controllers. 3.. L. Narin G.4. Special purpose FACTS controllers. Types of computer analysis of power systems with FACTS controllers. Kulkarni A. IEEE Proceedings-C.4. 7. Oct 1998.F.

design and implementation. optimal reactive power dispatch using Evolutionary programming. optimization and Machine learning. Genetic Algorithm for unit commitment.2004) th 5 . Genetic algorithm in search. REFERRENCES: 1. Load shedding. Applications of Genetic algorithms to power systems. Z. Theory of Genetic Algorithms. Intelligent system applications in Power Engineering. Object oriented testing.Momoh. An evolution program the GENOCOP system.L.11. an Evolutionary programming approach to reactive power planning. Goldberg. D.11.E.Lai.2004) th EVOLUTIONARY COMPUTING LTPC 31 04 10 UNIT I GENETIC ALGORITHM Definition and concepts used in Genetic Computation. the GAFOC system. Evolutionary programming. UNIT II EVOLUTIONARY COMPUTATION 10 The evolution program for numerical optimization. Comparison of Evolution Strategies and Genetic Algorithms. object oriented analysis. Classical Evolutionary programming. J. Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 5 AC 18. L. Genetic algorithms + Data Structures = Evolution Programmes 2. to short term load forecasting TEXT BOOK: 1. Evolution program versus other methods.A. UNIT III EVOLUTIONARY STRATEGIES 5 Evolution of evolution Strategies. Genetic Algorithm Approach. UNIT IV EVOLUTIONARY PROGRAMMING 10 Features of Evolutionary programming.Michalewiez. Application of Neural networks and Evolutionary programming. Adaptive Evolutionary programming.Electric power system applications of optimization 3. UNIT V HYBRID EVOLUTIONARY ALGORITHMS 10 And Artificial Neural networks. and General Algorithm of Genetic Algorithms.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 5 AC 18.

Illustrative examples. power systems applications. Electric power system applications of Optimization 6 . Sensitivity methods for solving non-linear programming variables. Mixed integer programming. Extended interior point method for linear programming problems. Algorithm for quadratic optimization. unit commitment of Thermal units using dynamic programming. Extended quadratic programming using interior point method. Priority list unit commitment schemes. Power loss minimization. Barrier method for solving non-linear programming variables. Computational economy in Dynamic programming. Examples. Examples. Theorems on the Optimization of constrained functions. UNIT IV INTERIOR POINT METHOD 5 Introduction. Characteristics of Dynamic programming. classification of non-linear programming problems.POWER SYSTEM OPTIMISATION LTPC 31 0 4 UNIT I OPTIMAL POWER FLOW 10 Introduction. Karmarkers algorithm. Examples. Newton’s method. Fuel cost minimization. UNIT V UNIT COMMITMENT & DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING 10 Formulation of unit commitment. UNIT III NON-LINEAR PROGRAMMING 10 Introduction. Sensitivity methods for post optimization in linear programming. The projection scaling method. modeling in unit commitment. Duality in Linear programming. Momoh. Different types. TEXT BOOKS 1. optimal dispatch of Generation. Optimum power flow – adding environmental constraints. Illustrative examples. UNIT II LINEAR PROGRAMMING 10 Mathematical model and Nomenclature in Linear programming solution techniques. Procedure for the optimizing constrained problems. Solution of Optimal power Flow. James A. Power system applications. The Gradient method.

F. Hadi Saadat. Electric power systems. Khanna Publishers.1999 3.REFERENCES 1. Power generation operation and control. Tata Mcgraw Hill. Power system Analysis.J.wood & B. Nagrath. Modern power system Analysis. 7 .J. John Wiley and sons. 1998 4.Gangadhar. WCB/ Mcgraw Hill.1996 2.A. A. I.Woolenberg.Kothari.1998. K.

Hugo Ambriz-Perez. “Introduction to Fuzzy control” Narosa Publisher.Filev “Essential of fuzzy modeling and control “ John Wiley & Sons. UNIT IV MODELING AND CONTROL OF FACTS DEVICES NEURAL AND FUZZY TECHNIQUE 10 FACTS-concept and general system considerations. UNIT III NEURAL NETWORKS IN CONTROL 8 Neural Network for Non-Linear systems – schemes of Neuro control-system identification forward model and inverse model – indirect learning neural network control applications – Case studies. B. Modeling of FACTS controllers for power system studies using EMTP.. 1994. 1994.11.Yager and Dimitar P. types of FACTS devices – special purpose FACTS devices. 8 . 5. 3.2004) th COORDINATION OF MULTIPLE FACTS DEVICES USING LINEAR / NON-LINEAR CONTROL TECHNIQUE LTPC 3 0 0 3 UNIT I FUZZY LOGIC 7 Fuzzy sets – Fuzzy operation – Fuzzy arithmetic – Fuzzy relational equations – Fuzzy measure – Fuzzy functions – approximate reasoning – Fuzzy proposition – Fuzzy quantifiers-if-then rules. UNIT II FUZZY LOGIC IN CONTROL 8 Structure of Fuzzy logic controller – Fuzzification models – database – rule base – inference engine – defuzzification modules – Non-Linear fuzzy control – PID like FLC – Sliding mode FLC – Sugeno FLC – adaptive fuzzy control applications – case studies. Ronald R. McGraw Hill. 2.Ltd. generalized and multifunctional FACTS devices – General comments on transient stability programs. Driankov. Prentice-Hall of India Pvt. Inc.Neuro – Fuzzy based FACTS controller for improvement of Transient stability systems – GA for Adaptive fuzzy system – case study. Cesar AngelesCamacho” FACTS – Modeling and simulation in Power Networks” John Wiley & Sons. REFERENCES: 1. Hellendroon. Kundur P.Fuerte-Esqivel. Enrique Acha.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 5 AC 18. 4. Introduction to EMTP – (Electromagnetic Transient programme / Package).. Claudio R. KOSKO. “Neural Networks and Fuzzy systems”. “Power system stability and control”. Comparison between dynamic and transient stability results. UNIT V STABILITY STUDIES UNDER MULTIPLE FACTS ENVIRONMENT 12 Introduction to small signal analysis – simulation and modeling of FACTS controllers for small signal analysis.

5.2006) th ITEM NO. CA. Mode B. Applications and Design”. John G. 2002. “Power Switching Converters”. REFERENCES: 1.Undeland. John Wiley and Son. No. UNIT IV CASCADED BOOST CONVERTERS 9 Introduction – Main series.pp. 2003.C. UNIT III SUPER –LIFT CONVERTERS 9 Introduction – Main series – Additional Series. “Advance DC – DC Converters”. Modeling. F. Marcel Dekker.8. Inc. 105 –113. “Negative Output Super-Lift Converters”.18. Ed. August 2001. M. CRC Press 2004.P. Addison Wesley Publication. Dr.5. pp 1113 – 1121. simulation and control of Boost converters.Kasskian.1. Fang Lin Luo. UNIT II VOLTAGE – LIFE CONVERTERS 9 Introduction – Self-lift converters – Positive output – Negative output – Modified output Luo converters... 1991. IEEE Transaction on Power Electronics.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 8 AC – 18. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOK: 1.Verghese. January.Schlect. “Positive Output super-Lift Converters”.Robbins. third Edition. Simon S. “Power Electronics Hand Book”. Design.7 L T P C 3 0 0 3 9 FE1911( Old Code PS 1901) DC – DC CONVERTERS UNIT I INTRODUCTION Historical review – Multiple – Quadrant Choppers – Pump Circuits Development of DC / DC conversion Techniques – Prototypes – DC / DC Converters family.H. 5. “Principles of Power Electronics”. Ned Mohan.03. IEEE Transaction on power Electronics Vol. Inc. Enhanced series. Newyork. Additional Series and Multiple Series Cascaded Boost converters – Positive and Negative output cascaded – Boost converters – Modeling – Design. Martin. Mode C and Mode C and Mode D Operation – Modeling and Simulation. Tore M. “Power Electronics Converters. September. 9 . Academic. 4. Hong YC. Vol.Rashid. 6.Fang Lin Luo and Dr.18. UNIT V MULTIPLE QUADRANT OPERATION 9 Introduction – converter circuits – Mode A. 2003. Re-Enhanced series and multiple – Enhanced Series Luo Converters – Analysis. 2. No. Simulation and control of super – Lift – Converters. William. George.Ang. 1995. Gan Diego. 3. Fang Lin Luo.

UNIT V SIMULATION 9 Simulating single electron devices & circuits. Nanoelectronics and information technology advanced electronic materials and novel devices.pp. Takahashi.Reed and Takhee Lee. 5. Programmable SET logic for future low power intelligent LSI. UNIT IV SINGLE ELECTRON TECHNOLOGY 9 Single electron transistor – Principle of operation. 2365–2371.SET logic gatesCMOS – C. pp. Ken Uchida.Germany.Junj Koga. Mark A.Binary . SIMON .sensing systems. Ryuji Ohba& Akira Toriumi. 2003. Super conducting Digital Electronics. 2001.nanoscale device modelling. 1998. 2005.12. Wasshuber.1623. 2.nanoelectronics interfacing systems. threshold logic. Rainer waser. UNIT III FABRICATION &DEVICE MODELLING 9 Microelectronics & Nanoelectronics Fabrication methods. IEEE Trans. Quantum transport devices. 3.issues. Multiple valued and mixed mode logics. Willy –VcH verlag GmBh-KgaH.Single electron encoded logic-Applications. IEEE transaction on electron devices.MAT LAB Modelling-SET CMOS Hybrid process.Y.Molecular Nanoelectronics . Electron Devices. 10 .Simulation of Nano Structures: Computational SingleElectronics.3 3 0 0 3 FE1912 NANO ELECTRONICS UNIT I NANOTECHNOLOGY 9 Introduction to Nanotechnology.SET spice modelling. American scientific publisher.SET analog Application. FINFET. 2nd corrected edition . C . Programmable SET.2006) th ITEM NO.California.analytic I –V model .Nanotechnology advantages and various issues. SET Full Adder.Memories.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 9 AC – 02. Quantum computing using super conductorsMolecular electronics –Nanoelectronics Memories. 4. UNIT II NANOELECTRONICS DEVICES: INTRODUCTION 9 Nanoelectronics Devices: Carbon nanotube. July 2003. FE 9. A comparative study of single-electron memories. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. Springer-Verlag.SET. micro and macro modelling of Nanodevices.Application of Nanotechnology to Electrical engineering.RTD.history & recent trends.

A. pp 2864 – 2880. Ltd. Bisection method. UNIT II UNCONSTRAINED OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES 10 Optimality criteria – Bracketing Method.” IEEE Transactions on Power Apparatus and Systems. L = 45. 3. Exhaustive search method. “Engineering Optimization Theory and Practice” 3rd edition. Golden section method – Point estimation method.Quintana V. “Power System Optimization” Prentice Hall of India. Ronald L. New Delhi.Hughes and W. Ltd. Ltd.Ashley.S.Kothari and J. “Optimal Power Flow by Newton Approach. “ Tutorial Description of an Interior Point Method and its Application to Security – Constrained Economic Dispatch” IEEEPES 1992 Summer Meeting.Sun. Bounding phase method – Region elimination method. 3. UNIT IV INTERIOR POINT METHODS 10 Karmarkar’s algorithm – Projection Scaling method –Dual affine algorithm – Primal affine algorithm Barrier algorithm. UNIT III CONSTRAINED OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES 10 Mathematical model and nomenclature in linear programming – Linear programming techniques – Duality in linear programming – Mixed Integer programming – Power system applications. FE 10. D.Vannelli A.S. B. 4th reprint. 2.Rardin. Pvt. Vol-PAS 103. “Power Generation Operation and Control” Wiley Eastern Ltd.Rao. Types of optimization problem. 1998.3(i) L T P C 3 1 0 4 5 FE1914 APPLICATION OF OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES TO POWER SYSTEMS UNIT I INTRODUCTION Necessity of optimization in power system. 2005. Extended Quadratic programming using Interior point method to Economic Dispatch problem and Optimal Power Flow problems. Gradient based method. TOTAL = 60 TEXT BOOKS: 1. REFERENCES: 1. 1984. B.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 10 AC – 09. A. Ltd.P. 1993. Newton method. New Age International Pvt. 11 .Dhillon. B. Unconstrained problems. New Delhi 2004. D. Secant method.Woolwnberg. Classification of Non Linear programming – Lagrange multiplier method – Karush – Kuhn Tucker conditions – Reduced gradient algorithms – Quadratic programming method – Penalty and Barrier method.F.F> Tinney. Kalyanmoy Deb. Fibonacci search method. wood..H. Constrained problems. Vargas L.. Cubic search method – Root finding using optimization techniques – Simulation of power system optimization problems. 4..I.06. “Optimization in Operation Research” Pearson Education Pvt.I.S. 2. UNIT V DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING 10 Formulation of Multistage decision problem – Characteristics – Concept of sub optimization and the principle of optimality – Formulation of Dynamic programming – Backward and Forward recursion – Computational procedure – Conversion of final value problem into Initial value problem. Interval halving method. “Optimization for Engineering Design” Prentice Hall of India Pvt. T = 15. New Delhi 2005.2007) th ITEM NO. S. Successive quadratic estimation method.Brewer.

Gust wind Speeds – Extreme wind speeds – wind speed prediction and forecasting. David Shapre. Gray L. Nick Jenkins. mechanical brakes. pitch bearing. G. harmonics. FE 10. Turbulence.Johnson. issues and objective. Hunt V. 12 . “Wind Energy Conversion”. foundation. Prentice Hall (UK) Ltd. general techniques. M.L. 4. New York. Intelligent control of a class of wind energy conversion systems” – Chedid. blades. 1985. Issue I. F.wind turbine field testing – wind turbine performance measurement – aerodynamic performance assessment – basis for design loads – Extreme loads – fatigue loading – stationary blade loading – blade loads during operation – Hub and low speed shaft loading – Nacelle loading – Tower loading. voltage flicker. analytical design methods. 1981. 3. Daniel. Dec.06.2007) th ITEM NO. Tony Burton. “Wind Power – A Handbook of WECS”. Robust digital control of a wind turbine for rated – speed and variable – power operation regime” Camblong. UNIT III WIND TURBINE PERFORMANCE AND DESIGN LOADS FOR WIND TURBINE 9 The performance curve – constant rotational speed operation – Comparison of measured with theoretical performance – variable speed operation – estimation of energy capture . yah drive. John Wiley and sons Inc. Pitch actuators control system implementation .IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion. REFERENCES: 1. rotor hub. Van Nostrend Co.Basma.2006 Page(s): 81 – 91. nacelle bedplate. IEE Proceedings – Control theory and application Volume 153.Mrad. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1. 2. Issue 4..1999 Page(s): 1597 – 1604. 16 Jan. generator. Dec.2001.rotor blade theory – breakdown of the momentum theory – blade geometry – The effect of a discrete number of blades – calculated result for an actual turbines – the aerodynamics of a wind turbine in steady yaw – The method of acceleration potential – Stall delay – Unsteady Flow – Dynamic Inflow. Prentice Hall Inc. “Wind Energy Hand Book”. H.. R.Rodriguez.. Volume 14.Embedded wind generation – Power quality.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 10 AC 09. UNIT II AERODYNAMICS OF WIND TURBINES 9 The actuator disc concept – rotor disc theory – vortex cylinder model of the actuator disc. 2. tower. UNIT V WIND TURBINE CONTROLLER AND HARMONICS 9 Function of the wind turbine controller – Closed loop control. UNIT IV CONCEPTUAL DESIGN AND COMPONENT DESIGN OF WIND TURBINE 9 Rotor diameter – machine rating – rotational speed – number of blades – Teetering – Power control – Banking system – fixed and variable speed operation – types of generators – Design concept.3(ii) L T P C 3 0 0 3 9 FE1915 UNIT I WIND ELECTRIC CONVERSION SYSTEM THE WIND RESOURSES The nature and geographical variation in the wind resources – long term wind speed variation-annual and seasonal variations – synoptic and diurnal variations.. Ervin Bossanyi. “Wind Energy Systems”. M. gear box. Freris L. Tapia.

13 .3(iii) L T P C 3 1 0 4 9 FE1916 UNIT I MODELLING AND SIMULATION OF FACTS DEVICES INTRODUCTION Basic concepts of FACTS controller – Unified power flow concept – Implementation of Unified Power Flow Controller – Matlab Simulation of UPFC Characteristics. Fuzzy and Neuro controllers.” IEEE Trans.2000. and G.Dash.2007) th ITEM NO. FE 10. TOTAL: 60 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. N.J. modeling.K.Panda. January 1997. P.144. 5. P.” IEE Proceedings Generation Transmission Distribution. Vol. Mohan Mathur. “UPEC – Unified power flow controller: Theory.Stacey.12. pp.1. and J.Smith.Varma. I. p.1293-1299. :Dynamic modeling of a unified power flow controller. K. “Basic control of unified power flow conroller.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 10 AC 09. Hingorani and L..G.Mishra.” IEEE Trans.13. S. IEEE press and John Wiley & Sons. Nov. 2. K.06. 3. 6. and application.” IEEE Trans. K. and D. “A radial basis function neural network controller for UPFC. UNIT IV MODELLING OF UPFC 9 Philips heffron model – power injection model – power frequency model – steady state and dynamic model – simulation analysis using Matlab and Pscad.1997.Ran.1999. UNIT V CONROL AND IMPLEMENTATION OF UPFC 9 Modified decouple watt – var control – Radial basis control – Non-linear control – Real and Reactive Power coordination control – Comparative control analysis through Pl. IEEE Press Publication. 2002. UNIT III SSSC 9 Concepts of series capacitive compensation – improvement of transient stability – power oscillation damping – model. Oct. Power Syst.2 – 12.1453-1460. 15. control and implementation using fuzzy and Neuro controller.1734-1739. pp. Power Sys.S.Papic. No. Vol.Penman.K.Zunko.R. vol.Guygi “ Understanding FACTS: Concepts and Technology of Flexible AC Transmission Systems. Power Delivery. Vol.Povh. 4. Inc. 2000. “Thyristor – Based Facts Controllers for Electrical Transission Systems”. Rajiv. UNIT II STATCOM 9 Objectives of shunt compensation –mid – point voltage regulation – Voltage instability preventation – improvement of transient stability – power oscillation damping – control and implementation using Fuzzy and Neuro controller.Sen and E. L. Newyork. pp. Now.

2001. Operation of restructured power systems.Woolenberg. Marjia IIic. USA. REFERENCES: 1. economic instruments for handling congestion.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 10 AC 09. incremental cost based transmission based transmission pricing – transmission open access and pricing mechanisms in various countries – United kingdom. scheduling of spinning reserves. John Wiley and sons.06. interruptible load options for security management – Congestion management in deregulation. Kluwer academic publishers. first Edition.F.2007) th ITEM NO. 3. 1996 14 . UNIT II MODELING 9 Optimal power flow (OPF) as a basic tool – OPF model. and embedded cost based transmission pricing.J. Deregulation of Electric utilities. UNIT IV CONCEPT OF WHEELING 9 Power wheeling – Transmission open access – types of transmission services in open access – Cost components in transmission – Pricing of power transactions. Operation and Control.Wood and B.Daader. Power Generation. examples – characteristic features of OPF – Unit commitment (UC) – basic model.Zaccour. Market participation issues – UC in Deregulated environment – Competitive bidding. Kankar Bhattacharya. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOK : 1. Kulwer academic Publishers. Chile and Sweden. UNIT III STRUCTURE OF DEREGULATED MARKET 9 Role of the independent system operator (ISO) – structure of UK and Nordic electricity sector deregulation – Operational planning activities of ISO – ISO in pool and bilateral markets – Operational planning activities of a Genco – Genco in pool and bilateral markets. additional issues – Formation of power pools – The Energy Brokerage system. 1998. A. Francisco Galiana and Lester fink. 2. Power systems restructuring engineering and economics.J. FE 10. UNIT V CONGESTION MANAGEMNET 9 Developments in international transmission pricing in Europe – security management in deregulated environment. Kluwar Academic Publisher.3(iv) L T P C 3 0 0 3 9 FE1917 POWER SYSTEM DEREGULATION UINIT I INTRODUCTION Introduction – Deregulation – Different entities in Deregulated Electric markets – Background to deregulation and the current situation around the world – Benefits from competitive electricity market – After – effects of Deregulation – Review of Economic Load dispatch problem (ELD) – Recent development in ELD.Bollen. Jaap E. 1998. Math H. G.

Packet Processing hardware. Conventional Computer architecture. Hardware architecture for Protocol Processing. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOK: 1. 15 . 2003. Network Processor Architecture. Design Tradeoffs and consequences. UNIT III NETWORK PROCESSOR TECHNOLOGY Network Processor. Douglas E. Classification and Forwarding. November 2003. “Network System Design using Network Processor” Intel IXP version. FE 10. A. UNIT V PROGRAMMING MODELS ACE.3(v) FE1918 NETWORK SYSTEM DESIGN USING NETWORK PROCESSORS 3 0 0 3 REVIEW OF PROTOCOLS AND PACKET FORMATS UNIT I Introduction and Overview of Network Systems Engineering. Commercial Network Processor. REFERENCES: 1. Review of Protocols and Packet Formats. Motivation and purpose. Languages used for Classification. Comer.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 10 AC 09. Pearson Edition. “Network Processor Design” Eleseiver PublicationsIntel IXP 2800 Network Processor Hardware Reference Manual”.06. 2. ACE Run – Time Structure and Strong ARM Facilities. Embedded RISC Processor. Franklin. UNIT IV NETWORK PROCESSORS Overview of Intel Network Processor. Issues in scaling a network Processor.2007) th ITEM NO. UNIT II TRADITIONAL PROTOCOL PROCESSING SYSTEMS Traditional Protocol Processing. Reference System and Software Development Kit. Complexity of Network Processor Design. Basic Terminology. mark. Intel Second generation Processors. Switching Fabrics. Basic Packet Processing Packet Processing functions. Protocol software on a Conventional Processor. Micro Engine Programming – I and II.

Renganathan. Sensors and Detectors”. London.06. Seippel Rober G. UNIT II SENSOR COMPENSATION TECHNIQUES (9) Software Techniques. UNIT IV BUSES AND SENSOR NETWORKS Application (6) Processor. May 1999. “ Intelligent Sensor Systems”.c. John Wiley sons. Mechanical and Magnetic Transducers and Electromagnetic Actuators. UNIT V ANALOG AND DIGITAL IMPLEMENTATION CASE STUDIES Application of analog adaptive filters of Dynamic Sensor Compensation. Thermal. Fault reconstruction form sensor and actuator failures. U.K.White. 4. Institute of Physics. MEMS and Smart Devices”. 1983..Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 10 AC 09. Network Capable Transducer Electronic Data Sheet. Julian W. FE 10.3(vi) 3 0 0 3 FE1919 SMART SENSORS: ANALYSIS AND COMPENSATION UNIT I ANALYSIS OF TRANSDUCERS AND ACTUATORS (9) Characteristics and analysis of I and II order Transducers.2007) th ITEM NO.Gardner. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1. UNIT III FAULT DETECTION AND ISOLATION (12) Fault detection and localization using Decorrelation Matrix. J. 2. Vijay K. 2001.M. A Smart Thermal Environment Based on IEEE 1451.S.Varadan.E. Observer architecture for failure detection and isolation.. Reston Publishing Co. Covariance based Hardware selection. “Transducer Engineering”. IEEE 1451 Standards. and Kalman filtering. Brignell and N. Allied Publishers Ltd. 1994. Dr. 16 . Improvement of Sensory Information using Multi-Sensor and Model Based Sensor Systems. Development of MOEMS Sun Sensor for Space Applications. (9) Smart Transducer Interface Module.2 Standard for Global Networking. Analog adaptive techniques. “Microsensors. Osama O. “ Transducers. Digital adaptive techniques. A 19 channel d. SQUID Magnetometer for Brain Research.Awadelkarim. Study of Electrical. 3.

TEXT BOOK: 1. Logical time. FE 10. Algorithms in general Synchronous Networks. 2005. Consensus. “Distributed Algorithms” Morgan Kalyman Publishers. Data Link Protocols. Atomic Objects. Mutual Exclusion. UNIT III ASYNCHRONOUS NETWORK ALGORITHMS Network Algorithms. Asynchronous Networks with Process Failures.2007) th ITEM NO. Network Resource Allocation. 17 . Nancy A.06. Bourkerche. Asynchronous Shared Memory Model. Synchronous Network Model.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 10 AC 09. Basic Asynchronous Synchronizers. Distributed Consensus with link failures Process failure. Azzedine. UNIT V PARTIALLY SYNCHRONOUS ALGORITHMS Partially Synchronous System Models. REFERENCES: 1. Consensus with Partial Synchrony. UNIT IV RESOURCE ALLOCATION AND FAILURES Global Snapshots and stable Properties. Asynchronous Network Model. Resource Allocation.3(vii) 3 0 0 3 FE 1920 UNIT I DISTRIBUTED ALGORITHMS SYNCHRONOUS NETWORK ALGORITHM Introduction. Shared Memory Vs Networks. UNIT II ASYNCHRONOUS ALGORITHMS Asynchronous System Model. Mutual Exclusion with Partial Synchrony. Lynch. Leader Election in Synchronous ring. “Handbook of Algorithms for wireless networking and Mobile Computing” CRC Press. USA. More Consensus problems.

Wiley Publication. An introduction to support vector machines and other kernel based learning methods. using Hybrid Intelligent Systems.Smola. Friedman. Satish Kumar. Vladmir N. Tata McGraw Hill. Regularization. Springer. T. 2004.Tibshirani. Learning and Soft Computing: Support Vector Machines. Neural Networks A comprehensive Foundation. Springer.3(viii) FE 1921 UNIT I SUPPORT VECTOR MACHINE LEARNING AND SOFT COMPUTING 3 0 0 3 Examples of Applications in Diverse Fields – Basic Tools of Soft Computing: Neural Networks.2007) th ITEM NO. R. Springer. Alexander J. Prentice Hall of India. Peter E. Vojislav Keeman. 18 . UNIT IV KERNEL INDUCED FEATURE SPACE Learning in Feature Space – The Imlicit Mapping into Feature Space – Making Kernels Kernels and Gaussian Processes – PCA. UNIT III SUPPORT VECTOR MACHINE Introduction – Optimal Hyper plane for linearly Separable Classes – Optimal Hyper plane for nearly non separable Classes – Kernel trick and Mercer Condition – Non linear SVM classifier. UNIT V APPLICATION OF SVM Principles of pattern Recognition – Support Vector machine for Pattern Recognition – Non linear Regression – Identification of processes using SVM – Fault diagnosis Using SVM – Modeling and Control. Fuzzy Logic Systems. Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic Models. Optimization and Beyond (Adaptive Computation and Machine Learning). 2nd Edition. 2. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1. 4. Vapnik. 2. Learning with Kermels: Support Vector Machines. Nello Cristianini and John Shave – Taylor.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 10 AC 09. 2000. the Nature of statistical learning theory. 3. and Support Vector Machines – Basic Mathematics of Soft Computing – Learning and Statistical Approaches to Regression and Classification. 3. Springer. Bernhard Schlkopf. Neural Network – A classroom approach. 2nd Edition. The Elements of Statistical Learning. Springer. UNIT II GENERALIZATION AND OPTIMIZATION THEORY Learning from examples and generalization – statistical learning theory – Empirical Risk minimization – key theorem – VC Dimension – Structural Risk Minimization. 4.06.Hart and David G.Stork.Hastie. Pattern Classification. FE 10. REFERENCES: 1.Duda. Richard O. 2nd Edition. Simon Haykin.

E. 1990.Moore “Methods and applications of interval analysis” SIAM.2007) th ITEM NO. 1st Edition. UNIT II Enclosures for the range of function : Analysis of interval evaluation: inclusions algebras and recursive differentiation: The mean value form and other centered forms: interpolation forms.3(ix) 3 0 0 3 FE 1922 UNIT I INTERVAL SYSTEM ANALYSIS Basic properties of interval arithmetic: Motivation: Intervals: Rounded interval arithmetic” interval vectors and arithmetic expressions: Algebraic properties of interval: operations: Rules of Mid-point. Dec 2001.. Arnolod Neumaier “Interval methods for systems of equations” Cambridge University Press. Luc. UNIT III Matrices and sub linear mappings: Basic facts: Norms and spectral radius: Distance and topology : Linear interval equations: sub linear mappings: M-Matrices and inverse positive matrices: H-Matrices. UNIT V Nonlinear systems of equations Existence and uniqueness: Interval interation: SetVelued functions: Zeros of continuous functions: Local analysis of parameter dependent nonlinear systems: Global Problems Hull Computations. Jaulin. FE 10.06. Ramon.Michel et.”applied interval analysis” Springer Verlag. 1979. radius and absolute value: distance and topology. Phildelphia.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 10 AC 09. 2. 19 . UNIT IV The solution of square linear systems of equations preconditioning: Krawezk’s Method and quadratic approximation: interval Gasuss – Siedal interation: Linear fixed point equations: interval Gauss elimination. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1.

01. 20 . Prentice Hall of India. UNIT IV LOSS ALLOCATION IN BILATERAL MARKET 7 Transaction matrix – Loss allocation using pro rata method – Loss allocation using modified pro rata – Loss allocation by incremental transmission loss method – Time verification of contracts – Negative loss allocation and path dependence. ‘Power System Optimization’.2008) th ITEM NO. J.Faulty of Electrical Engineering ( Approved in 11 AC 05. FE 11. 2. New Delhi 1198. D. Francisco Galiana. UNIT V LOSS ALLOCATION IN A COMBINED POWER POOL AND BILATERAL MARKET USING ANN 10 Incremental load flow approach – Real & reactive power loss allocation using incremental load flow approach – Back propagation algorithm – learning – weight update formula – Enhancement of convergence speed – optimum hidden neuron – Loss allocation with line failure – Transmission line outage – Inclusion of transmission line outage in loss allocation – Selection and grouping of line status to be used as inputs – case study. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1.P.04(1) FE1923 LOSS ALLOCATION IN A DEREGULATED POWER SYSTEM 3 0 0 3 INTRODUCTION TO DEREGULATED POWER SYSTEM 8 UNIT I Traditional organizational structure – Competitive organizational structure – Service unbundling – Power Exchange & Independent System Operator – Pool & Bilateral Market – Trading Entities – Transaction Networks – Classification of operation tasks in today’s power industry – Meeting demand in the new industry – Primary electricity market – Contract specification – Spot Market – Sport market clearing process – Ex – post & Ex-ante electricity pricing.S.Kothari. 2003. Lester Fink. Kluwer Academic Publishers. UNIT III TRANSMISSION LOSS ALLOCATION & ECONOMIC POWER SYSTEM OPERATION 12 Transmission Loss in power system operation – Transmission loss calculation from load flow analysis – Transmission loss expression Approximate loss formula – Economic power flow solutions Characteristics of loss allocation – Pro rata method – Pro rata method based on current and power injection – Incremental loss allocation method – Z-bus loss allocation method – Algorithm and characteristics of loss allocation methods – Comparison of loss allocation methods. “Power System Restructuring Engineering & Economics’. Marija llic. UNIT II BILATERAL TRANSACTION 8 Transaction matrix – Frame work for analysis for power transaction – Load flow equation in terms of transaction matrices – Usage – based transmission flow pricing – Combined bilateral and pool dispatch with and without independent transmission flow pricing – Loss allocation with contracts – Incremental loss allocation formulae – Exact solution of the loss allocation formulae.Dhillon.

“Transmission Loss Allocation: A Comparison Of Different Practical Algorithms”. A. Julho.Arroyo. pp.3. Rezaul Haque.143-150.M. pp. pp.2003. Vol.Galiana.2002. 21 .Galiana. J. On Power Systems.2005. On Power Systems. no.Galiana. N. 4. no. 6. IEEE Trans.Guijarro.571-576. Francisco D.Conejo. pp. Vol14.3.Chowdhury. Ivana Kockar.272277. 2000. Feb. no. Antonio J.J. Francisco D. pp. Aug.2001. no. “An Artificial Neural Network Based Transmission Losses Allocation For Bilateral Contracts”. On Power Systems. IEEE Feb.Alguacil.2203-2207.D. REFERENCES: 1. IEEE Trans. “Allocation of Transmission Losses to Bilateral Contracts in a Competitive Environment”. Mark Phelan.1.16.Conejo. Agosto e Setembro.Galiana. Revista Controle & Automacao. IEEE Trans.17. N. 5. Vol. “ Transmission Loss Allocation Under Combined Pool And Bilateral Operation”. “Incremental Transmission Loss Allocation Under Pool Dispatch”. Antonio J.105-110.2002. On Power Systems.May. Vol.3.Cuervo Franco. 2. Vol.15. Ivana Kockar. IEEE CCECE /CCGEL. A.L.pp. Feb. P.26-33. F.1. “Z-Bus Loss Allocation”.1. D.

2. Applications in Control. Hassan K Khalil. Tangent Vectors.2008) th ITEM NO.aau. http://www. Application examples. Lyapunov’s stability theorem. UNIT II STABILITY OF NONLINEAR SYSTEMS 9 Definition of Stability. http://www. Albertolemmon/courses/ee580/ 5. Illustrative examples. Nonautonomous Systems and their Stability. Springer Verlag. UNIT IV INTRODUCTION TO FEEDBACK LINEARIZATION 9 Smooth Vector Fields. Nonlinear Systems. Smooth Maps and Their Differentials – Diffeomorphisms. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1.control. 4. Prentice Hall. 2002. Examples of nonlinear dynamics. Springer Verlag 1995. Involutive distributions.01. Lie brackets. The Invariance Principle.nd. Henkraf/NonLinear/Nonlinear. http://www. Nonlinear Control Systems (3rd edition). Basic notions of Euclidean and topological spaces. UNIT III DIFFERENTIABLE MANIFOLDS – LOCAL THEORY 9 Differentiability Classes.04(2) 3 0 0 3 9 FE1924 UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO NONLINEAR SYSTEMS INTRODUCTION TO NONLINEAR CONTROL Nonlinear systems. Control examples.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 11 AC 05. UNIT V CONTROLLABILITY OF NONLINEAR SYSTEMS 9 Definition of a distribution. Simple examples of nonlinear control. Third Edition.control. Nonlinear Dynamical Control Systems.aau.pdf 22 . Newraf/NonLinear/JakubezykRespondek. Input – Output Linearization. Relative DegreeNormal Form Zero Dynamics. 2002 ISBN 0-13-067389-7.htm 6. 1990 3. FE 11. Accessibility Applications in Control.

2005. First Edition. An Architect’s Guide”.04. 23 . FE 11. “Developing Enterprise Web Services. Lomow.01. 2005. UNIT V APPLICATIONS AND PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS 9 Security – performance – transaction management – web services management – interoperability and WSI – dynamic web services – scalability and other standard BPEL.JAXB – JAXRPC – JAXR – JAXM – other distributed models (composition with web services ) – RPC – CORBA – RMI – DCOM etc.(3) FE1925 SERVICE ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE L T P C 3 0 0 3 9 UNIT I SOA FUNDAMENTALS Entities – characteristics – development – life cycle and design – verification and validation. James Webber. UNIT III STANDARDS AND DIFFERENT MODELS 9 XML – XSD – Namespaces – SOAP – WSDL – UDDI – Soap messaging – processing models – describing web services – functional characteristics – developing web services – registries. Dan Woods and Thomas Mattern.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 11 AC 05. UNIT IV JAVA IMPLEMENTATION STANDARDS AND TOOLS 9 Java Based distributed applications .2008) th ITEM NO. “ Understanding SOA with Web Services”. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. Newcomer. Pearson Educaion. 2006. “Enterprise SOA Designing IT for Business Innovation” O’ REILLY. UNIT II WEB SERVICES 9 Introduction – Web Services Implementation – Development – Benefits and standards. Sandeep Chatterjee. 3. Pearson Education. 2.

image based morphological modeling . ‘Biomechanics of Soft Tissue in Cardiovascular Systems’. single layer and multi layer models. ‘Blood vessel constitutive models – 1995 – 2002’. D.experimental investigation on the dynamics of vessel and vessel wall.Verlag. pseudo elastic. Vito and S.P. 24 . 2004.C. Usyk and A. Boca Raton. 3D visualization . Solids and Fluids. 3.measurement based physiological modeling . REFERENCES: 1.patient specific computational mechanical modeling. Healy. New York. instrument design.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 11 AC 05. application in blood vessel structure and functions . representation of the pseudo elastic stress – strain relationship. Draughn (eds.01. shear rate. McCulloch. strain energy function .P. New York.A.An. S. viscoelasticity . Newtonian and non.). 2003.Newtonian laws viscosity. UNIT IV INSTRUMENTATION IN BIOMECHANICS 9 Ultrasound imaging technique in biomechanics. G.P.generalized stochastic models. Analysis and Design’.Fung. poroelastic and viscoelastic models.instrumentation in cardiovascular biomechanics. UNIT III COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN BIOMECHANICS 9 Models of structure and deformations. loading modes. ‘Computational methods for cardio electromechanics’. FE 11. 2000.). ‘A new constitutive framework for arterial wall mechanics and a comparative study of material models’.D. CRC Press. shear and strain. 4. Annual review on Biomedical Engineering. UNIT II MATHEMATICAL MODELS IN BIOMECHANICS 12 Constitutive models and development of constitutive equations.2008) th ITEM NO. 2.C. Delange. Mechanical Properties of Living Tissues’. ‘An Introduction to Biomechanics. 1993.A. Springer. 769 – 783. numerical models in biomechanics . 5. Dixon. 2.biosolid and biofluid mechanics. R. Journal of Elasticity. principal stresses and transformations. Springer – Verlag. Holzapfel and R.A. 413 – 439. 1-48.MRI in biomechanics. ‘Biomechanics. T.L. Y. Gasser. J. R. 2000. mechanical properties of soft tissues. Proceedings of the IEEE. G. composition and microstructure of blood vessels.C. H. Ogden (eds.Yueheuei and R.N. SpringerVerlag. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1.stress.W. UNIT V Experimental Biomechanics 9 Evaluation of structural and functional properties of bone .A. 2006. 2nd edition. randomly elastic. S. 2003. ‘Mechanical testing of bone and the Bone – Implant interface’.04(4) L T P C 3 0 0 3 FE1926 MODELS AND MEASUREMENTS IN BIOMECHANICS UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO BIOMECHANICS Introduction to mechanics in medicine . Kerckhoffs. Holzapfel and T.micro tensile tester for stress relaxation test . Humphrey.

TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 11 AC 05. FE 11.2008) th ITEM NO.Garcia et.V.Ling. 25 .F. K. A FPGA Implementation of Model Predictive al. E. UNIT II Model predictive control schemesDynamic matrix control – model algorithmic control – predictive functional control -Formulation of generalized model predictive control – closed loops relationships. UNIT IV Methods for implementing model predictive control Model predictive control and multiparametric programming – implementation of model predictive control for uncertain systems – closed loop min-max model predictive control implementation of model predictive control and dead time consideration.Camacho and C.Introduction Model Predictive Control strategy – model predictive control elements – prediction model process model – objective function – control law – state space formulation. 2. 2nd Edition. Springer. Carlos E. 3.01. Model Predictive Control. Model Predictive Control: Theory and Practice – A Survey. et. UNIT V Case Study Model predictive control on a chip – FPGA implementation of MPC – FPGA implementation of MPC for a petrochemical process. UNIT III Non-linear model predictive controlNon-Linear model predictive control Vs Linear model predictive control – Non-linear models – solution of non-linear model predictive control problem – techniques for non-linear model predictive control – stability of non-linear model predictive control.04(5) 3 0 0 3 FE1927 UNIT I MODEL PREDICTIVE CONTROL Model Predictive Control .Bordons. 2004.

Neuro-dynamic programming. Massachusetts London. forward and backward views. Bertsikas and John N. Tsitsiklis.An Introduction. Learning Automata . Barto. SARSA(lambda). approximate policy gradient algorithms. linear function approximation. actor-critic methods UNIT V Planning and Learning Model based learning and planning. Acrobot TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. The MIT Press Cambridge. Prentice-Hall. history. asynchronous DP. generalized policy iteration.2008) th ITEM NO. England 2.reinforce algorithm. Q-learning. Q(lambda). UNIT IV Function Approximation Value prediction. FE 11. evaluative feedback. policy iteration. Reinforcement Learning . heuristic search.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 11 AC 05. Value functions. MonteCarlo methods: policy evaluation. Sutton and Andrew G.An Introduction. estimating gradients. Markov Decision Processes. elements of reinforcement learning. R-learning. ANN based function approximation. SARSA. Kumpati S. Inc 1989 26 . instability issues Policy Gradient methods: non-associative learning . Games and after states Eligibility traces: n-step TD prediction. importance sampling UNIT III Temporal Difference learning TD prediction. TD(lambda). Case studies: Elevator dispatching. Rewards and returns. Richard S. roll outs. lazy learning. optimality and approximation UNIT II Dynamic Programming Value iteration. trajectory sampling. Dimitri P. L. Thathachar. A.01. replacing traces and accumulating traces. prioritized sweeping. Samuel's checker player. 3. gradient descent methods. TD-gammon. Narendra and M. Optimality of TD(0).04(6) FE1928 UNIT I REINFORCEMENT LEARNING Reinforcement Learning Introduction and Learning Problem 3 0 0 3 Introduction. exact gradient methods. on policy and off policy learning.

pp 605-615. Eleanor Denny and Mark O’Malley. 27 . IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion. 8. Trobridge. REFERENCES 1. IEEE Transactions on Power System.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 12 AC 19. 5.04. prentice hall. UNIT V : Grid Interconnection 10 Grid Interconnection Issues – Cost benefits – Grid side controllers – WECS in various countries – Simulation of PMSG based WEC.Dehkordi. UNIT III : Special Machines for WECS 10 Qualitative analysis of SFFIG – DFIG. emf – losses – circuit model – circuit model with AC & DC load – Autonomous PMSGs with Controlled Constant Speed and AC Load – Grid Connected Variable – Sped PHSG System – Super – high speed PM generators – Testing of PMSG UNIT IV : Modelling of PMSG 10 Traditional dq0 model – Embedded phase domain model for real time simulation – Model including magnetic saturation – Dynamic model including losses. Seul – Ki Kim and Eung – Sang Kim. November 2002.L. UNIT II : Wind turbines 10 Fixed speed – variable sped WT-HAWT – VAWT – Power developed – thrust – efficiency – rotor selection – rotor design considerations – No of blades – Blade profile – power regulation – yaw system – blade angle control – pitch angle control – Drop offset control – position speed estimation – filed weakening – modeling of Wind turbines for Power system studies. A. “Quantifying th totl benefits of Grid Integrated Wind”.22.Maguire “Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machine model for Real – time Simulation”.. pp1132-1139. 3.W. 2. 1990. pp 421 – 430. “Varible speed generators”.BLDC machines PMSG : Airgap field distribution. 4. Tomas Petru and Torbjorn Thiringer. “PSCAD / EMTDC – Based Modling and Analysis of a Gearless Variable speed Wind Turbine”.22. 6. Canada on june 19-23. Wiley 1998. S. L. Redwood burn Ltd.Gole and T. 7. A. Vol. IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.2008) th FE1929 MODELLING AND SIMULATION OF WIND ENERGY CONVERSION SYSTEMS UNIT I : Introduction 5 Components of WECS – Major WECS schemes – Power obtained from wind – simple momentum theory – Sabinin’s theory – with velocity components at blade element. E.Heir “Grid Integraton of WECS”. Taylor & Francis group.4. “Modelling of Wind Turbines for Power System Studies”.M. June 2007. No.Golding “The generation of Electricity by wind power”. No. IPST” 05 in Montreal.Freis “Wind Energy conversion Systems”.L. Ion Boldea. No. 2005.17.B.2. Vol.2. May 2007. Vol. 1976.

J. UNIT – IV FEA of Synchronous Machine Finite element analysis of synchronous generator – computation of the no – load characteristic – computations after field solutions – flux linkage – induced emf – computation of direct axis inductance – solved structure – Ld by means of the magnetic energy – flux linkage – air gap flux density – computation of the quadracture axis inductance – saturation effect Ld and Lq with any current – computation of machine characteristics. The analytical and Numercial solution of Electric and Magnetic Fields – K. 1993. UNIT – II Methods of Field Computation Computational Methods – Finite element model for electrical machines – equations for magnetic field and windings – transient time steeping simulation – direct coupling of field and circuit equations – coupling by the current output approach – circuit parameter approach.Reddy.N. Electrical Machine analysis using finite elements – Nicola Bianchi. An introduction to the Finite Element Method . 4. PVT LTD.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 12 AC 19.E.Bedford. 2. Tata McGraw – Hill publishing company Limited New Delhi Third Edition.Binns. 3. P. UNIT – III Thermal analysis of Electrical Machines Recent advancement in thermal design of electric motors – Cylindrical magnetic devices – analytical study of the magnetic device – computation of the magnetic quantities – calculation of losses – eddy current analysis – determination of connection coefficient using CFD – temperature rise calculation. 1993.Lawrenson. 28 . 2005. John Wiely & Sons. Fields and Circuits in electrical Machines – N. UNIT – V Modeling of Machines Simulation – modeling of synchronous generator – circuit model – finite element modelcommercial packages – magnetic energy and co-energy – apparent inductance and differential inductance – mechanical forces – electromagnetic forces. Thacker Spink & Co. Suite 300 Reprint 2005.NW. REFERENCES: 1.04.2008) th FE1930 DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL MACHINES – ELECTROMAGNATIC APPROACH UNIT – Introduction Introduction – finite element methods – field problems with boundary conditions – classical method for the field problem Solution – Galerkin’s method – rayleigh – ritz’s method – application of finite element method to two dimensional fields – variational method – different boundary conditions.Kesavamurthy and R.J. T & F informa CRS press Boca Raton.

“Classification of Electrical Disturbances in real time using Neural Networks” IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery. No. Arindam Ghosh. “Optimal Neuro-Fuzzy external controller for a STATCOM in the 12-Bus Benchmark Power system” IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery. Lof-Fu Pak et. Publishers. Vol. April 2007.04.2008) th FE 1931 APPLICATION OF INTELLIGENT CONTROLLERS FOR POWER QUALITY IMPROVEMENT 3 0 0 3 1. Boston. SOLID STATE LIMITING.3. Salman Mohagheghi et. Second and Higher Order Systems. K. R.Current Limiter Topology. NEURO-FUZZY CONTROLLER FOR STATCOM 9 Introduction – adaptive critic designs – bench mark power system – ACD Neurofuzzy controller structure-controller Training – simulation results – Practical Inigo Monedero et. Design of discrete value passive filters: Introduction-Sequential approximation method – Optimal filter design problem using ANN . Classification of Electrical disturbances affects in power 3. 5.22. Pg.Shunt UPQC. Closed. DVR Structure: State/ Output Feed back Control.. October 2007. Ying-Pin Chang et.Examples – Results. MODELLING AND SIMULATION TECHNIQUES FOR 9 HARMONIC FILTERS Real time – Digital time varying harmonic modeling and simulation techniques: Introduction – OFF LINE Harmonic modeling and simulation techniques-wave digital filters – discrete wavelet Vol.Loop Voltage Control.axis Transformation/ Instantaneous Symmetrical Components. 3. INTRODUCTION TO CUSTOM POWER DEVICES 9 DSTATCOM Structure. DSTATCOM in Voltage control mode: State/ Output feed back control. No. 4. New Delhi.Shunt /Left .Sag/Swell Detection algorithms: Algorithm based on Symmetrical Components/ Two... TOTAL = 45PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1.4. Solid State Breaker (SSB) . No. “FACTS Controllers in Power Transmission and Distribution”. Vol. Pg. UPQC –Structure and Control of Right .Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 12 AC 19. INTRODUCTION 9 Control of Power Converters: Single Phase Inverter-Three Phase InverterSwitching of Power Converters-High Voltage Inverters .Inverters for High Power and Voltage: Multi-Step / Multilevel / Chain Inverter. Padiyar. 1218-1227.Issues in limiting and switching operations – Solid State Transfer Switch (SSTS) . 2007. Open . “Optimal design of discrete value passive harmonic filters using sequential neural network approximation and orthogonal array” IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery. 2. 1288-1295. 2002.3. Operating principle. BREAKING AND TRANSFERRING DEVICES 9 Solid State Current Limiter (SSCL) . July 2007. REFERENCES 1.22. 2548-2557. Pg. 2.New Age International (P) Limited. 4.22. 2. No. July 2007. Kluwer Academic Publishers. 29 . “Real time digital time varying harmonic modeling and Simulation techniques” IEEE Transactions on Power “Power Quality Enhancement Using Custom Power Devices”.2. Pg.Loop Switching Control. 22. Vol.

04. Pearson Education. second edition.State Estimation methods for Electrical Machines modeling Simulation studies of transients in Electrical Machines (PSPICE.2003 7. Anil K.Acoustic monitoring of Core . Tata McGraw Hill. 2004. Neural Networks for fault diagnosis in Electrical Machines. Simon Haykin. Prentice Hall. Pearson Education. John Wiley & sons Ltd. second edition. 2007. “Transformers”. “Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing”. BHEL.Markov models for Fault diagnosis. second edition. McGraw Hill. “Probability. 2003 8. Prentice Hall. second edition. second edition.2000 2. TOTAL = 45 REFERENCES: 1.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 12 AC 19. 3.Types of faults in Machines – insulation. 4. “Electric machinery and transformers”. MATLAB).Study of faults in Inverter-fed Machines.Vibrations in Transformers and Bearing Noise in Machines . Anthanasios Papoulis. Ronald N. “Fuzzy logic with engineering applications”. UNIT V 9 Behavior-Modulation Techniques for fault detection . Tata McGraw Hill.Pattern Recognition applied to fault detection . UNIT IV 9 Fourier transform and Wavelet Transforms for fault diagnosis . Bracewell. 30 .2008) th FE 1932 FAULT DIAGNOSIS IN ELECTRICAL MACHINES 3 0 0 3 UNIT I 9 Technology trends in fault diagnosis of Electrical Machines . “Introductory digital image processing – A remote sensing perspective”. 2001. Academic press. third edition.Types of faults in transformer – insulation breakdown-winding breakdown . UNIT III 9 Condition monitoring of Electrical machines . Ross. “The Fourier Transform and its applications”. John R. “A wavelet tour of signal processing”. Random Variables and Stochastic processes”. Stephane Mallat.a) Transformers b) Electrical machines . Kosow. Irving L. 6. UNIT II 9 Occurrence of faults in transformer and machines due to aging . 1999. second edition.Discrete Event Systems approach for fault detection .Application of Artificial Intelligence tools like Fuzzy Logic. Jensen. second edition. winding and mechanical breakdown. 9.Model based prediction theory applied to fault detection in Electrical Machines . 5. “Neural Networks – A comprehensive foundation”. Timothy J. Jain.

2. Bounding phase method – Region elimination method.Hamdy A Taha. Fibonacci search method.T for Project scheduling TOTAL = 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS 1. New Age International Pvt Ltd.P.M and P. Cubic search method – Root finding using optimization techniques. Types of optimization problem. 5.. Bisection method..UNCONSTRAINED OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES Optimality criteria. 10 2.Mathematical formulation – Graphical solution of linear programming models. Randin. Dynamic programming. New Delhi 2005. Constrained problems.E..Kalyanmoy Deb.P. “Power system Optimization” Prentice Hall of India.Kothari and J. 09 31 .2008) th FE 1933 OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES FOR POWER SYSTEM RESTORATION 3003 06 1. Pvt Ltd.Formulation of dynamic Programming. “Optimization for Engineering Design” Prentice Hall of India.CONSTRAINED OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES 10 Linear programming models.R.Rao.2000.Forward and Backward recursive equations. New Delhi 2004. “ Engineering Optimization Theory and Practice” 3rd edition. 1998. “Optimization in Operations Research”.NON LINEAR AND DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING 10 Non-linear programming – kuhn Tucker conditions. “ An Introduction to Operations Research.INTRODUCTION Necessity of optimization in power system. Gradient based method. Pearson Education Pvt Ltd.S.Ronald L. 2. REFERENCES 1.Simplex method – Artificial variable Techniques – Variants of Simplex method – Two phase and BigM techniques – Duality – dual simplex method. Prentice Hall. 3.D.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 12 AC 19.S. 4. New Delhi 2005. Dhillon.Exhaustive search method. Newton method.04.S. Sixth Edition.CASE STUDY Application of optimization techniques to power system restoration C. Pvt Ltd. Unconstrained problems. 3. Golden section method – Point estimation method.

6 Nov. May 2001.1.J. Current source inverters – Operation of six step inverter – Load commuted inverter – Auto sequential current source inverter. UNIT V APPLICATIONS OF DVR 9 Mitigation of voltage sags – Mitigation of voltage swells – Reduction of voltage harmonics – Minimum active power injection – Simulations with commercial software packages.H. Vol. Math H. Vol. Ngai-man Ho.12. 5. 3.C. FE 13.. Standard Publications.Bollen. Zhan. IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery.2008) th ITEM NO. No. 32 .2001. UNIT II ANALYSIS OF INVERTER 12 Voltage source inverters – Performance parameters – Voltage control of single phase inverters using PWM techniques – Various harmonic elimination techniques. Jan. Ghosh. No.2002.A and Ledwich G. et al. Haque M. Prentice Hall India..17.C. UNIT IV DVR CONTROLLERS 9 Micro controllers – Digital Signal processor – Artificial neural networks – Genetic algorithm – Fuzzy logic system – Tuning of controllers. IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics. “Power Electronics Circuits.37. Devices and Applications”.2008. Oct. IEEE Power Engineering Review. Rashid M.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 13 AC 20. al. UNIT III DYNAMIC VOLTAGE RESTORER 9 Basic principles – Active power injection – Three phase series voltage controllers – Single phase series voltage controllers – Effect of voltage rating – effect Storage capacity – Interruptions – Various models DVR.23. “Design and Implementation of a Fast Dynamic Control Scheme fro Capacitor – Supported Dynamic Voltage Restorers”. “Voltage sag correction by Dynamic Voltage Restorer with minimum Power Injection”. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. IEEE Transactions on Industry Application. 2001.01(1) L T P C 3 0 0 3 FE1934 MODELLING AND SIMULATION OF DVR AND ITS CONTROLLERS UNIT I INTRODUCTION 6 Introduction to power quality – Over view of power quality phenomena – voltage sags – Characterization. Equipment behavior – Mitigation of voltage sags.H. New Delhi. 4. “Dynamic Voltage Restorer based on Voltage –Space-Vector PWM Control”. 6. 1995. “Compensation of Distribution System Voltage using DVR”.4. “Under standing Power Quality Problems voltage sags and interruptions” First Indian edition. 2. Vol.

UNIT V CONTROL OF RESONANT CONVERTERS 9 Pulse Width Modulation – Voltage Mode PWM Scheme.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 13 AC 20.solution for converter Efficiency π. Robert W.01(2) FE1935 MODERN RECTIFIERS AND RESONANT CONVERTERS L T P C 3 0 0 3 9 UNIT I POWER HARMONICS & LINE COMMUTATED RECTIFIERS Average power RMS value of a waveform – Power factor-AC line current harmonic standards IEC 1000-IEEE 519. 2. UNIT III RESONANT CONVERTERS 9 Review on Parallel and Series Resonant Switches – Soft Switching – Zero Current Switching – Zero Voltage Switching – Classification of Quasi resonant switches – zero Current Switching of Quasi Resonant Buck converter. Erickson & Dragon Maksimovic “ Fundamentals of Power Electronics “ Second Edition. William Shepherd and Li zhang “ Power Converters Circuits” Marceled Ekkerin.Current Mode PWM Scheme – Design of Controllers: PI Controller.2008) th ITEM NO. ideal Buck Boost Converter. UNIT II PULSE WIDTH MODULATED RECTIFIERS 9 Properties of Ideal rectifiers-Realization of non ideal rectifier-Control of current waveformAverage current control-Current programmed control-Hysteresis control-Nonlinear carrier control-Single phase converter system incorporating ideal rectifiers-Modeling losses and efficiency in CCM high quality rectifiers-Boost rectifier Example –expression for controller duty cycle – expression for DC load current.Harmonic trap filters. for an ideal Cuk Converter. 2001 Springer science and Business media.C. Zero Voltage Switching of Quasi resonant Buck converter. Simon Ang and Alejandro Oliva “Power Switching Converters” Taylor & Francis group 33 . Zero Voltage Switching of Quasi Resonant Boost converter: Steady State analysis. ideal Boost Converter. The Single phase full wave rectifier-Continuous Conduction Mode-Discontinuous Conduction Mode-Behaviour when C is large-Minimizing THD when C is small. Zero Current Switching of Quasi Resonant Boost converter. UNIT IV DYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF SWITCHING CONVERTERS 9 Review of linear system analysis-State Space Averaging-Basic State Space Average Model – State Space Averaged model for an ideal Buck Converter. Three phase rectifiers – Continuous Conduction ModeDiscontinuous Conduction Mode. Optional Controller for the source current shaping of PWM rectifiers. FE 13. 3.12. Variable Structure Controller. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1.

Modeling of the above converters using state averaging techniques.“Introduction to Spread Spectrum Communications”. boost. “Power-Switching converters”. 3. Frequency Hop Spread Spectrum : Coherent slow frequency Hop spread spectrum – Non-coherent slow frequency hop spread spectrum – Non coherent fast frequency hop spread spectrum. David.S. J. Inc. Roger L. Prentice-Hall –U.E.2008) th ITEM NO. 2. REFERENCES: 1. Taylor and Francis Laszlo Tihanyi. Application and Design” John Wiley and sons. Binary shift-Register sequences for spread spectrum systems: Definitions-Finite-Field Arithmetic-Sequence generator fundamentals – State Machine Representation of shift Register Generators. Analysis and design.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 13 AC 20.A -1995.Design of switched mode power supplies UNIT II CONTROL TECHNIQUES 9 Industrial PWM driver chips for power supplies such as UC3843. Peterson.K Eckert& Company. Newyork. Devices and Applications ”Prentice Hall India.01(3) FE1936 UNIT I EMC IN POWER ELECTRONIC CONVERTERS DC-DC CONVERTERS AND SMPS 3 00 3 9 DC. “Electromagnetic Compatibility in Power Electronics. New Delhi. U. Florida.DC. Converters . 34 . UNIT IV SPREAD SPECTRUM TECHNIQUE 12 Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum : BPSK . Rodger.QPSK.A.3825 or equivalentvoltage mode control – current mode control.E. “Power Electronics: Converters. 2. Switched Mode Power Supply: Forward and flyback converter step control – SMC controller. buckboost Converters .H..MSK Direct sequence spread spectrum. 1995.Ang.EMI Prediction for switching power supplies. UNIT III EMI IN POWER ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 9 EMI from power semiconductors – EMI from controlled Rectifier circuits – EMI calculation for semiconductor Equipments – Predicting EMI from a power supply with Rectifiers – EMI Prediction and design of filters. FE 13.1995. Alexandro Oliver .12. Simon.principle of operation.S. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1. Ned Mohan. Undeland and Robbin. UNIT V APPLICATION 6 Application of frequency hop spread spectrum technique into Buck converter through simulation.Zimer.”Power Electronics Circuits.S. Sarasota. Rashid M. analysis and design of buck.Borth .

Luca Carloni. GR-26500. UNIT III MODELLING USING PETRINETS 9 Petri Net structure – Petri net graphs – Petri Net markings – Execution rules for Petri Nets – Petri spaces – Hybrid Petri Net – Differential Predicate transition Net – Object Oriented Differential Predicate Transition net – Fuzzy Petri Net – Adaptive Petri Net.C. UNIT V CONTROL OF HYBRID SYSTEMS 6 Switched Control : Stabilization of switched linear systems – Time – controlled switching & pulse width modulation – sliding mode control – stabilization by switching control. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1. 2.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 13 AC 20.Miyagi and Robert Valette” Modelling and Analysis of Hybrid Supervisory systems – A Petri Net Approach” Springer – Verlag. 3.Optimization – Based Control : optimal Control of Hybrid systems – MPC for MLD and PWA systems – MPC for MMPS and continuous PWA systems.J. Emilia Villani.12. PWA and MMPS systems – Timed Automata Timed Petri Net. LC. ELC. Two tank system. John Lygeros. University of Patras.2008) th ITEM NO. 7. Greece. Shankar Sastry. “Lecture Notes on Hybrid Systems” Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Design Toolsets and Interchange Formats for Hybrid Systems “Project IST – 2001-38314 COLUMBUS report. B. UNIT IV TOOLS FOR MODELLING HYBRID SYSTEMS 12 Tools for Simulation and design : Simulink and Stateflow – Syntax – Simulink Data Model – Stateflow Data model – Examples – Modelica – Modelica language syntax – Modelica language semantics – Examples. 2007.Hruz and M. N. March 19. FE 13. John Lygeros. 35 . “Modelling and control of Hybrid systems” Lecture notes 4. Maria D. Water level control. Patras. “Modeling Techniques. 5. Englewood Cliffs. and Claire Tomlin “The Art of Hybrid Systems” July 29. Programming Languages.Di Benedetto.Peterson “Petri Net theory and the Modelling of Systems” Prentice Hall INC. Rio.2007 6. 2004. Zhou “Mpdelling and Control of Discrete – Event Dynamics Systems with Petri nets and other tools” Springer –Verlag. Paulo E.01(4) L T P C 3 0 0 3 9 FE1937 MODELLING AND CONTROL OF HYBRID SYSTEMS UNIT I HYBRID SYSTEMS AND THEIR REPRESENTATION Hybrid dynamical system structure – Hybrid Phenomena – Classification of Hybrid System models – Hybrid automata – Example of Hybrid systems: Thermostat control. UNIT II MODELING OF HYBRUID SYSTEMS (Conventional approach) 9 Piecewise – Affine mode(PWA) – Mixed Logic Dynamical mode (MLD) – Linear Complementarity Systems (LC) – Extended Linear Complementarity systems (ELC) – Max – Min – Plus Scaling Systems (MMPS) – Equivalence of MLD. 2001. James L.

TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1.assumptions – derivation of partial differential equations – boundary conditions – thermal analysis of SRM – modal analysis of SRM.08. Ali Emadi. R. 2005. UNIT II CONVERTERS FOR SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MACHINE DRIVES 09 Converter configurations – asymmetric bridge converter – single switch per phase converter – (q+1) switch and diode configurations – C-dump converter – design procedure – two – stage power converter.2009) th ITEM NO. 36 . 2.08-III(1) FE1938 DESIGN AND CONTROL OF SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MACHINE FOR AUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS L T P C 3 0 0 3 UNIT I DESIGN OF SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MACHINE 09 Introduction – Output equation – Selection of Dimensions – Design verification – operational limit – number of phases – number of poles – ratio of pole arc to pole pitch – selection of pole arcs – effect of air gap measurement of inductance – calculation of torque.Krishnan.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 14 AC 29. UNIT IV FEA OF SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MACHINE MOTORS 09 Introduction . Switched Reluctance Motor Drives. UNIT V NOISE AND VIBRATION OF SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MACHINE 09 Introduction – numerical models of SRM stator modal analysis – FE results of stator modal analysis – design selection of low vibration SRM ’s – effects of smooth frame on resonant frequencies – modeling and parameter identification of SRM – SR drive automotive applications. CRC press. 2001. CRC press. UNIT III CONTROL OF SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MACHINE DRIVES 09 Introduction – control principle – closed – loop speed controlled SRM drive – design of current controllers – rotor position measurement and estimation methods – sensor less rotor position estimation – observer – based rotor estimation – intelligent – control – based estimation. VC 14. Hand book of Automotive Power Electronics and Motor Drives.

Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 14 AC 29. VC 14.Implementation of PWM techniques UNIT V CASE STUDY 9 Application of stepping motors in Robotics TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES : 1. number of teeth. IEEE papers 37 . Chopper . steps per revolution. speed characteristics –Resonances and instabilities – mechanical dampers UNIT III OPEN LOOP & CLOSED LOOP CONTROLLER OF STEPPING MOTOR 9 Drive system – Logic sequencers – Motor driver – Input controller – Acceleration and deceleration by a Microprocessor Limitations of open-loop operation and need for closed loop operation – The concept of lead angle – A closed-loop operation system using a microprocessor – Direct-drive servomotor . DESIGN AND CONTROL OF STEPPING MOTORS INTRODUCTION Constructional features.Development of integrated circuits for closedloop operation – Switched reluctance drive – Use of current waveforms as a position sensor. UNIT II THEORY OF ELECTROMAGNETICS & DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS 9 Mechanism of static torque production in a VR stepping motor – Theory of torque produced in hybrid stepping motor – Tooth structure. UNIT IV CONVERTERS 9 Control of Stepping motor using Converter. permanent magnet – variable reluctance motor – Hybrid motor – Modes of excitation – single – phase stepping motors – specification of stepping motor characteristics. “Stepping Motors and Their Microprocessor Controls”. 2. Oxford Science Publications.2009) th ITEM NO. Second Edition. Inverter. Fundamental equations – Transfer functions of stepping motors – single-step response – Torque vs.08. and number of poles. Takashi Kenjo and Akira Sugawara.08-III(2) 3003 9 FE1939 UNIT I ANALYSIS. principles of operation.

Boston.Accelerometer Magnetic sensors – Micro actuators – Electro static –Electro magnetic – Thermal-Piezo electric. and Smart Devices”. Steven A. 2002 4.08-III(3) 3003 9 FE1940 UNIT I PRINCIPLES. Sergey Edward Lyshevski. DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF MEMS DEVICES FUNDAMENTALS OF MEMS DEVICES Scaling of MEMS devices –Scaling of Mechanical systems .MEMS architecture Electromagnetic and its application for MEMS devices – Classical mechanics and its application – Newtonian mechanics – Lagrange equations of motions – Hamilton equations of motion – Atomic structures and quantum mechanics – Thermo analysis and heat equation. “Bio-MEMS Technologies and Applications”CRC Press. Soper. Graham Ensell. Tai-Ran Hsu.08. Michael Kraft. Osama .MEMS viscometric sensor for continuous glucose monitoring.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 14 AC 29. GardnerVijay. John Wiley & Sons.Flow physics – Liquid flows in micro channels – Micro fluidic simulation models – Physics of thin liquid films – Biomems materials . Ltd. UNIT II BIO-MEMS: SENSORS AND ACTUATORS 9 Scaling in micro fluidics .Varadan.Bio-sensors – Micro valves UNIT III PRESSURE. Awadelkarim “Microsensors. 2001 6. “Foundation of MEMS”. 2007 5. 2001. 38 . MEMS.System on a chip model of a micro pump – MEMS piezoresistive pressure sensor for biomedical applications . Neil White. “Nano.Micro pump applications in BIOMEMS – Packaging UNIT V BIO-MEMS APPLICATIONS 9 Lab on a chip based on BIO-MEMS . Julian W. UNIT IV DESIGN.Modeling of micro-electro mechanical systems . Pearson Edition. TOTAL:45 PERIODS REFERENCES : 1. “MEMS & Microsystem Design & Manufacture”. FABRICATION AND PACKAGING OF MEMS DEVICES 9 Fabrication of cantilever beams. K. Stephen Beeby. Chang Liu. VC 14. McGraw-Hill.And Microelectromechanical Systems” CRC Press. “MEMS Mechanical Sensors”. Wanjun Wang . 2004 3. Artech House Publishers.2009) th ITEM NO. VIBRATION AND TEMPERATURE SENSORS 9 Piezo resistive pressure Sensor – Capacitive Pressure sensor . 2006 2.

E. Paul C Krause. “Stepping motor and their microprocessor controls” Oxford University Press. 2.08. Akira Sugawara. Phases and pole ares. 39 .Miller. “Switched reluctance motor and their control”.2009) th ITEM NO. Olegwasyzezuk. VC 14. IEEE Press.E. T. Wiley Eastern publishers.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 14 AC 29. Scott D Sudhoff.Fitzgerald. 2002. CRC Press. “Analysis of electric machinery and drive system”. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1. Second Edition.”Switched reluctance motor drives modeling simulation analysis design and application.” Prentice Hall India. UNIT III CONTROL STRATEG (9) Control of SRM drive – Closed loop speed controlled SRM – Design of current controller flux linkage controller Torque control and speed control – Modeling of SRM noise control in SRM UNIT IV STEPPER MOTORS (9) Introduction – historical survey – classification of stepping motors – modes of excitation single phase stepping motor – Theory of electro-magnetics – Theory of torque produced in VR stepping motor – Hybrid motor – Dynamic characteristics of stepping motor.08-III(4) 3003 FE1941 ANALYSIS AND CONTROL OF SPECIAL MACHINES UNIT I SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MOTOR (9) Principle of operation of SRM – steady state performance – method of inductance calculation – Design of SRM – Derivation of output equation – Energy conversion principle – Selection of dimensions. “Electric Machinery”. 2.Krishnan. UNIT II CONVERTERS (9) Converters for SRM drives – Asymmetric bridge converters – Single switch per phase – Two phase power converters. R. A. REFERENCES : 1. Poles.Resonant converter circuits. 3. UNIT V DRIVE SYSTEM (9) Drive system and circuitry for open loop control system – Driver system – Logic sequence motor drive input controller – Closed loop control of stepping motor – Concept of lead angle – Closed loop operation system – Direct drive servo motor – Switched reluctance drive. Takashi Kenjo.J.

E. basic fuzzy set operation and approximate reasoning. UNIT IV PERMANENT MAGNET BRUSHLESS DC MOTORS 9 Commutation in DC motors. 3. Clarendon Press. Springer Verlag. T. Self-organizing network and Recurrent network. Identification and control of linear and nonlinear dynamic systems using Neural Network. Torque-speed characteristics . Feed-forward Multilayer Perceptron. S. Jaico Publishing House.08. Miller. 40 . Stability analysis of fuzzy control systems. "Introduction To Genetic Algorithms”.Krishnan. First Edition.N.B. 2003. Prentice-Hall of India Pvt. Analysis and Control”. 4. PrenticeHall of India Pvt. 1993. “Multiobjective Optimization using Evolutionary Algorithms”. Neural Network based controller UNIT III FUZZY LOGIC SYSTEM 9 Introduction to crisp sets and fuzzy sets.2009) th ITEM NO. Kenjo.N. T and Naganori. UNIT V APPLICATIONS TO MOTION CONTROL 9 GA application to motor control optimisation problem. Oxford. Ltd. R.08-III(5) FE1942 UNIT I INTELLIGENT CONTROL APPLICATIONS TO BLDC MOTORS 3003 GENETIC ALGORITHM 9 Basic concept of Genetic algorithm and detail algorithmic steps. 5. Learning and Training the neural network. 1989. KLIR G. VC 14. S " Permanent Magnet and brushless DC motors ".. Fuzzy modeling and control schemes for nonlinear systems. New Delhi. Self-organizing fuzzy logic control. Introduction to fuzzy logic modeling and control. Implementation of fuzzy logic controller for DC motor speed control. PrenticeHall of India Pvt. Clarendon Press. Ltd. Optical sensors. Fuzzy knowledge and rule bases. Solution of typical control problems using genetic algorithm. " Brushless permanent magnet and reluctance motor drives ". Hall sensors. "Neural Networks And Fuzzy Systems".Deepa.M.2007. 1999. John Wiley & Sons.Sivanandam. Jacek. simple perceptron. 1994. adjustment of free parameters.J. & FOLGER T. McCulloch-Pitts neuron model. Ltd.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 14 AC 29. "Introduction to Artificial Neural Systems". “ Electric Motor Drives – Modeling..J. Square wave permanent magnet brushless motor drives ..Torque and emf equation. 8. 1989. Adaline and Madaline. Multiphase Brushless motor. Hopfield network. Kalyanmony Deb.A. 7. KOSKO. 6.Mathematical Model Controller design. 2. S. Fuzzification. uncertainty and Information". TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES : 1. Difference between mechanical and electronic commutators. UNIT II ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS 9 Concept of Artificial Neural Networks and its basic mathematical model. 2003.Zurada. "Fuzzy sets. Oxford. USA. inferencing and defuzzification.

. pp. pp.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 14 AC 29. et al.Watson. 6. and Neville R. and Robbins W. Weixing Lu. IEEE Conference.1.M. Series.H. et al. Vol. UNIT IV HYBRID SCHEMES 9 Basic Current Source Converter (CSC) operation – modulated tripole DC transmission – hybrid VSC and CSC transmission – hybrid VSC and LSC transmission – power transfer characteristics .P. 5. 2007. UNIT II TOPOLOGIES FOR DC TRANSMISSION 9 VSC based transmission using Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT) – dynamic model – phase and amplitude control of VSC – Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) converter – 3 level neutral point clamped VSC – 4 level floating capacitor VSC – 5 level diode clamped VSC – merits and demerits of multilevel VSC configurations – combined PWM multilevel converters – continuously tuned filters – DC filters for VSC based transmission – VSC HVDC cable technology. IEEE Conference. 2. “AC DC Power System Analysis”. 4. Farque M. PP. “Flexible Power Transmission: The HVDC Options”. “HVDC Transmission Systems using Voltage Sourced Converters Design and Applications”. “Detailed modeling of CIGRE HVDC Benchmark System Using PSCAD/EMTDC and PSB/SIMULINK”. et al. 8. Q. 1995. pp. et al. Liu Y. Bosten M A Kluwer.378-387. UNIT III VSC HVDC FOR WIND POWER EVACAUTION 9 VSC HVDC (light) link control – coordination – control capability limits – inter area decoupling and local area damping – need for grid strengthening for wind power evacuation – calculation of SCR for wind power infeed points – grid strengthening using VSC HVDC link – inherent STATCOM functionality – assistance during grid restoration. 1079 – 1084.207-212. John Wiley and Sons Inc.2009) th ITEM NO. Wiley Publishers. IEEE Conference.K. 7. “Power Electronics Converters Applications and Design”.21. 2001. “HVDC and FACTS Controllers: Application of FACTS Converters in Power System”. Mohan N. V and f at Point of Common Coupling (PCC) for major faults – outages and for different wind power penetration levels –validation TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES : 1..715-720.current relationships – harmonics – comparison of various multilevel topologies. 2007. “Simultaneous inter area decoupling and local area damping by voltage source HVDC”.. IEEE Transactions on Power. Schettler F.08. Ervin Spahic. Undeland T. No.08-III(6) 3003 FE1943 VOLTAGE SOURCE CONVERTER BASED HVDC TRANSMISSION UNIT I HVDC OPTIONS 9 Developments in line commutated High Voltage Direct Current Schemes (HVDC) schemes – STATic COMpensator (STATCOM) aided DC transmission – comparison of Line Commutated Converter (LCC) link and Voltage Source Converter (VSC) link – frequency cross modulation across LCC. 2006. 2004. “Impact of the VSC HVDC Connection of large Offshore Wind Farms on Power System Stability and Control”. 41 . Jos Arrillaga. 3. 2000. UNIT V MODELLING AND SIMULATION 9 AC-DC (light) load flow – inclusion of HVDC light model in Small Signal Stability (SSS) algorithm – inclusion of HVDC light model in transient stability algorithm – variation of P. IEE Power Engg. VC 14. 1997. Sood V.O. Jos Arrillaga.

Piecewise – smooth extremals Constrained extreme. Springer.02. 1991 3. B.Optimal control problem. E. Singular intervals in optimal control problems. Robust optimal control system design using loop transfer recovery technique. 2004. A recurrence relation of dynamic programming – computational procedure. P. 3. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS REFERENCES : 1. Methods of steepest decent. O. Optimum Systems Control. A. Hamilton – Jacobi –Bellman equation . 5. Prentice Hall. C. C. 2004. 42 . Simple implementation of GPC for industrial process.Linear tracking problems . Formulation of optimal control .02(1) 3003 FE 9001 ADVANCED OPTIMAL CONTROL 1. Kirk. DMC. Model Predictive Control. 2.2010) th ITEM NO. Moore. Numerical determination of optimal trajectories – Two point boundary – valve problems. Gradient projection algorithm. THE MINIMUM (MAXIMUM) PRINCIPLE 9 Minimum control – effort problems. LQG design method. OPTIMAL CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN 9 LQR design method. algorithmic control. Donald E.Selection of performance measure. THE CALCULUS OF VARIATIONS 9 Problem formulation – Mathematical model – Physical constraints . 4. J. Prentice Hall of India. D. Variational approach to optimal control problems – Necessary conditions for optimal control – Linear regulator problems . Prentice-Hall Networks series. MPC elements-prediction model. DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING 9 Optimal control law – Principle of optimality.Pontryagin’s minimum principle and state inequality constraints. control law. Sage.F. Fundamental concepts. objective function.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 15 AC 13. FE 15. Implementation of optimal controller and its related issues. variation of extremals. Optimal control linear Quadratic methods. 4. 2001. New Delhi. White. predictive functional control. ON-LINE OPTIMIZATION AND CONTROL 9 Model based predictive controllers. Camcho and C. generalized predictive control. Characteristics of dynamic programming solution. Functionals. B. Second Edition. 2. Anderson. Quasilinearization. Optimal Control Theory: An Introduction. kalman filter technique.Discrete linear regulator problems.Performance measure . Bordons.

Mazen Abdel-salam . Working Group C4. SOURCES OF VERY FAST TRANSIENT OVERVOLTAGES Type of over voltage stresses imposed on Gas Insulated substations (GIS) . FACTORS AFFECTING INSULATION STRENGTH AND ON-SITE TESTING 9 Effect of electrode material – Conductor conditioning and surface roughness – problems associated with solid spacers – Particle contamination in GIS – Particle initiated breakdown – Particle control Techniques – Conductor coating –Breakdown of GIS at low temperature – Electromagnetic compatibility in GIS Substations-High Voltage on-site testing – Diagnostics of micro discharges in GIS .02(2) 3003 9 FE9002 INSULATION CO-ORDINATION OF GAS INSULATED SYSTEMS 1. October 2008. “Surges in High Voltage Networks”.Enclosure configuration .Environmental Considerations –SF6 Green house Effect . TOTAL : 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 15 AC 13. 1980.Probabilistic Method Economical aspects of insulation level. surge arresters -Influence of substation and line parameters .Origin and severity of over voltages entering the GIS.Spacer Flashover .” High – Voltage Engineering Theory and Practice “. Second Edition. Ahdab El-Morshedy .” Switching Phenomena in High-Voltage Circuit breakers “.Components of GIS . switching over voltages . FE 15. 43 .1991.2010) th ITEM NO. 2. 3. 2000 . lightning over voltages. Klaus Ragaller. Insulation Coordination related to internal insulation of gas insulated systems with SF6 and N2/SF6 gas mixtures under AC condition.Enclosure material . Kunio Nakanishi . 4.Heat dissipation considerations. Hussein Anis . 2. Plenum Press. 5. 4. Marcel Dekkar Inc .302.New Trends in GIS Design Compressed Gas Insulated Cables .Selection and location Conventional method based on specified Incoming over voltages . 3. EFFECT OF VFTO ON POWER APPARATUS 9 Withstand strength of GIS and on switchgear.interaction between line parameters on over voltages stressing GIS insulation – Equipment insulation -Different means to limit the over voltages. INSULATION CO-ORDINATION 9 Insulation Co-ordination of GIS using Surge Arresters.Temporary over voltages. Marcel Dekkar Inc.Roshdy Radwan . transformers. GAS INSULATED SUBSTATIONS 9 Layout of Gas Insulated switchgear .Dimensioning of compressed gas enclosure Condensation threshold .02.SF6 Insulating Gas Pressure .Principle of over voltage propagation in GIS . New York.

Empirical distributions functions .U test .Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 15 AC 13.C.Peebles . STOCHASTIC NATURE OF BREAKDOWN 9 Statistical features of breakdown . Mosch.Double-t test . STOCHASTIC MODELS OF BREAKDOWN 9 Statistical and physical connections .1992 2. Peyton Z.constant stress test.02(3) 3003 9 FE 9003 STATISTICAL TECHNIQUES FOR HIGH VOLTAGE ENGINEERING 1. Liquid and Solid insulation .Fluctuation model .L. IEE Press.Parameter Estimation .2010) th ITEM NO. effect of voltage on lifetime 5. Random variables and Random Signal Principles” Mc-Graw Hill Publishing Company Limited .New Delhi.Cumulative defect models of breakdown .02.Differences and similarities in model statistics 4. FE 15.Mixed Distributions – Fundamental of correlation and regression 2. TEST METHODS 9 Distribution Tests .Graphical Methods.A. REVIEW OF FUNDAMENTALS Basic concepts of Probability theory -Distribution functions – concept and properties.uniform and Non Uniform insulation .W.J. "Statistical Techniques for high voltage engineering". “ Probability.F test .Statistics of partial discharges TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. Hauschild. IEE Press.Continuous Variate . Dissado.W. “Electrical degradation and breakdown in polymers”. Compressed-gas. Fothergill.Weibull Distribution and other statistical distributions Effect of voltage and time on the failure statistics 3.Fractal description of breakdown .Test of independence of realizations . 1992 3. 44 . progressive test tests.Air.Discrete Variate . Mathematical methods .laboratory tests .1993. STATISTICAL DESCRIPTION OF INSULATION CAPACITY 9 Choice of Variate .

Energy Cost –Usage hoursReplacement Cost.Social Prospective. FE 15.Edison’s bulbFluorescent Tubes. Vol97. Ines Lima Azededo.Clean disposal options-Discount-Rational Economic Factor.Group Replacement.wiringControl Gear.Human Eye. Specula reflectorPlane.Elliptical reflectors-Hyperbolic reflector.Materials. H.Mirror Louver. Accurate beam Control.The FAIRMONT PRESS.Green Benefits-Energy Savings-Green House Gas Emission.Lamp Lumen Depreciation.Heat SinkFixture Reflectance Depreciation.Lenses and refractors LIGHT FITTINGS 9 Focusing Lours for flood lighting-Shielding angle.Driving Circuit-Housing. Cost of Light.System Efficacy with minimum Fixture Loss.Key Characteristics.and Asymmetric.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 15 AC 13. Useful Life. Trade –off among alternative technology-Daily Lighting Load Curves.Barn doors.Deferred from Mercury.Diffuse reflector.Life Time-Spot Replacement .Luminous Flux.March 2009.Symmetric.Optical Gain-Uses-Parabolic-Curved-Circular.Co-related Colour TemperatureBlack Body Radiator. Craig Delouse-“The Lighting Management Hand Book”.Solid State Lighting.Coefficient of Utilization-Causes of Failure.Moderate beam control.Photopia Spectral Eye Sensitivity Curve.RF Noise and Flicker.Colour.Diffused and Focussed. No. TRANSISION TO SOLID STATE LIGHTING 9 Technical Prospective Lighting Upgrade.Device Efficacy.Screening devices.R. M.Junction Temperature.02.02(4) 3003 FE 9004 ENERGY EFFICIENT ILLUMINATION GREEN ENGINEERING: CHOICE OF LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES 9 Lighting upgrade.Annual Cost of White LED’s-Better investment.Faceted. RETROFIT ECONOMICS 9 Efficiency: Visible Spectrum.Light Distribution. LUMINAIRE FIXTURE 9 Definition-Thermal-Electrical-Mechanical Design and Testing-Lamp Holder.2010) th ITEM NO. Bean and R.Optics CleaningMaintenance Factor. 3. Source and Driving Circuit Losses.Comparative Study of Lights.colour filters.Pay Back Formula.practical uses-Combined Spherical and Parabolic reflectors.Cut-off angle.Trough versions.Direct and Indirect Beam spread classification.CFL.Control of spill light. Optics-Light control elements: Reflectors-Lenses and Refractors-Diffuser-Filters. 45 . Granger Morgan and Fritz Morgan “The Transition to Solid State Lighting” IEEE Proceedings.3. 2.Spread reflector.Batwing light distribution TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES : 1.Efficiency. A. Simons-“Lighting Fittings”.

J.2010) th ITEM NO.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 15 AC 13. 6. robustness properties – application to boost dc-dc converters. Francis B. development TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. 1992. 3.1996. 5. 2003. non-linear system. “Robust Control of Linear Dynamical Systems. San Diego.. 2. Academic Press Limited. New York: Macmillan. “Sliding Mode Control In Engineering” Marcel Bekker.C.. and Tannenbaum A. Doyle J. trajectory planning.All Pass Systems – Factorization of polynomial matrices and standard forms.02(5) 3003 9 FE 9005 ROBUST CONTROL AND SLIDING MODE CONTROL 1. STABILITY AND STABILIZATION 9 Introduction – Notation – Generalized regular form – Obtaining the regular form – Effect of perturbations on the regular form – Estimation of initial sliding motion – Problem formulation – Sliding domain and initial domain of sliding motion – Application – Stabilization. INTRODUCTION TO SMC. INTRODUCTION TO ROBUST CONTROL AND H∞ NORM Elements of Robust Control Theory – Design Objectives – Shaping the Loop Gain – Signal Spaces – Computation of H∞ norm. and Limebeer /D. 2. P.02. 4.. Green M. Stanislaw H. non – minimum phase output stabilization. Zak.H∞ filter.R. NJ: Prentice Hall.C. H2 AND H∞ OPTIMIZATION 9 Separation principle – Algebraic Riccati Equation . “Feedback control theory”. 4. 1995. 46 . chattering phenomenon – sliding mode control design – reachability condition. “Systems and Control” Oxford University press. PARAMETRIZATION AND ROBUST STABILIZATION 9 Well – posedness and internal stability – Youla parameterization approach – State space realization – Sensitivity minimization Design limitations due to Right Half Plane Zeros – plant uncertainty and robustness – Robust stabilizing controllers – Balanced realization. FE 15.R. 3. Jean Pierre Barbot. 5. PASSIVITY AND FLATNESS 9 Dynamics in the sliding mode – linear system.Chandrasekharan.Solution of LQG problem – H∞ optimization techniques – Parameterization of stabilizing controllers for G22 Reduction to the standard problem – From standard form to model matching – LQG control – Full information problem – Kalman filter – Parameterization of controllers – output feedback – state space formulation of H∞ control . passivity properties through flatness.N. “Linear Robust Control”. 2002.flatness. Englewood cliffs.

TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS 1. R.M. 2004. APPLICATION OF PEF TECHNOLOGY IN FOOD PRESERVATION 9 Processing of juices. freeze drying. egg. Majumdar.2010) ITEM th NO. P.Processing of water and waste. Ohmic heating: principle & applications. H. “Introduction to Food Process Engineering” Springer. Fellows. “Food Processing Operations Analysis”. public health aspects. membrane technology. Hurdle technology. Das. advantages and disadvantages of IR heating. Control of ripening of fruits by irradiation. Springer. 2007. “Pulsed electric fields in food processing:Fundamental aspects and applications” CRC Publisher Edition March 1 2001. high pressure. Industrial feasibility. M. 2005. Arun S. Oxford & IBH Publication. 2006. Publications. Asian Books. 4. functional chemical additives applications. cost and efficiency analysis. membrane filtration for recovery of low concentration products. 2005. “Handbook of Food Preservation”. 4. “Fundamentals of Food Process Engineering”.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 15 AC 13. FE 15. smoking. Toledo. curing. Barbosa –Canovas . 5. Use of electric current for thermal processing of foods. NON-THERMAL METHODS 9 Chemical preservatives . foam mat drying and other newer drying processes. pickling. 3rd Edition. Safety and effect of radiation doses. REFERENCES : 1.Food additives. 2.V. meat and fish products. applications of ultra-filtration and reverse osmosis. Infra-red heating: interaction of infra-red (IR) radiation with penetration properties. 5. pasteurization of foods. “Dehydration of Products of Biological Origin”.S. relationship of conductance and heating of foods. H L M Lelieveld and Notermans. RADIATION PROCESSING 9 Generation of irradiation by different techniques including gamma rays and electron acceleration. Gopala Rao. Wood head 2. 1999. 2.G.J. 4. BS 3. Rahman. freeze concentration design aspects. G. Chandra “Essentials of Food Processing Engineering”. Radiation processing of cereals & grains.02. Chemical preservatives and antibiotics. newer methods of concentration and evaporation. milk. 1997. “Food preservation by pulsed electric fields: From research to application”. “food Processing Technology : Principles and Practice”. fish & poultry products. meat. DRYING & THERMAL PROCESSING 9 Recent developments in drying including spray drying. Smith. PULSED ELECTRIC FIELDS 9 Introduction-definitions. October 2007. dairy and food application. 3. Preservation by ionizing radiations.. Marcel Dekker. Publishing. microbiology of irradiated foods. aspects of the radiations. Woodhead Publishing Ltd. descriptions and applications-mechanisms of microbial inactivations-electrical breakdown-electroporation-inactivation models -Critical factorsanalysis of process. spices & herbs etc. fermentation. 3.S. product and microbial factors-pulse generators and treatment chamber design-Research needs. P.02 (6) 300 3 FE9006 FOOD PRESERVATION TECHNIQUES 1. 47 .et.

Christian Keydel 5. 2. Languages . WEB BASED CLIENT. embedded routing .02(7) 3003 9 FE9007 1. William Stallings”High speed Networks TCP/IP and ATM Design Principles” Prentice Hall.Routing components. The Internet directory by Eric Eugene Braun. Embedding TCP/IP – Embedded Networking with Java . New York. Brian DeMuth 4.Embedded Development Environment – Embedded Computing Platform – Distributed Embedded System Design .Routing components. EMBEDDED NETWORKING 9 Introduction – Principles of Networking. Bridges. Routing Security. Designing embedded Internet devices by Dan Eisen Reich.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 15 AC 13.SERVER COMMUNICATION 9 Introduction – A client-Sever approach.Networking software for Embedded Systems. Routing levels. multicast routing. routing protocols Web based routing . ROUTING METHODOLOGIES 9 Introduction – Hubs. 1995 3. Types of routing. CAN networks. Methods of communication . TOTAL : 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1.HTML and its extension. 48 . Architecture Implementation.Interaction with server using CGI and alternatives – server side programming and control – Design of web pages using client-side scripting-Web security 5. 3. Routing protocols. Components – HTTP protocol. web servers. Andrew Ayre. Embedded networking with CAN and CAN open by Copperhill Technologies Corporation’ Olay Pfeiffer.Protocols -TCP/IP.02. Networking for Embedded systems – Network Technology Standard .2010) th ITEM NO.Embedded Design Techniques 2.Design of a web based monitor system for embedded applications – Web based control applications. 1998. WEB BASED EMBEDDED SYSTEMS EMBEDDED SYSTEMS Embedded System – Hardware Architecture . 4. Routers. web browsers. A methodology for client/server and web application development by Roger Fournier 6. Steen Strub ”Routing in Communication networks” Prentice Hall International New York. FE 15. unicast. M. Java applets . CASE STUDIES 9 Web-based Embedded Computing . Switch based routing .Software Components –– Communications . protocols.

sensitivity functions. ADAPTIVE PID CONTROL 9 Autotuning. 2. 2.02(8) 3003 FE9008 ADVANCED PID CONTROL 1. pole placement. 4.02. Wang. Ye.2010) th ITEM NO. 49 . and frequency response methods. SP. Hang. PID controller-Two degree freedom controller. robustness to process variations. ROBUST PERFORMANCE AND PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT 9 Modeling uncertainty. algebraic design. robust loop shaping.G. PID controller performance assessment. Silva. Stability. Springer.J. Springer.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 15 AC 13. PID CONTROLLER DESIGN 9 ZN & related methods. W. C. 5. 2005. rule based empirical tuning. ISA Publications. PID stabilization – characterization and computation. Design for disturbance rejection. 2005. INTRODUCTION 9 Feedback fundamentals. optimization methods. G.integral windup. design for robust performance. Karl J. 9 3. Aniruddha datta. Multimodel based PID Controller design. performance in the presence of uncertainty. nonlinear PID Controller design. Advanced PID Control. FE 15. requirements and specifications.Issues related to implementation. Adaptive Technique-model based methods-rule based methods. IMC based PID tuning. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. lambda tuning.Bhattacharyya. Astrom and Tore Haggland.C. robust pole placement. PID control for Multivariable Process. 2008. Z.J. PID STABILIZATION PI. 3. Cai. PID control for time delay systems. Q.

and applications Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Steady State Error Elimination in Converters With Control Inputs . 3. Defuzzification. UNIT V STABILITY ANALYSIS OF POWER CONVERTERS 9 Stability –Routh Hurwitz Criterion – Root Locus Construction – Frequency Domain – Bode Plots –Nquist Plots. Forward Converters . First Indian edition. Sepic . 2008. Phili T.Converter Transfer Function – Formation of averaged models and averaged circuit model – Small signal analysis.02. Buck-Boost. Hysteris control for Power converters.2010) th ITEM NO. Krein “ Elements of Power electronics” Oxford university press . UNIT IV FUZZY LOGIC CONTROL 9 Introduction Fuzzy Set Theory.Gopal “ control system “ TATA MCGRAW HILL 2 –edition.02(9) 3003 9 FE9009 UNIT I CONTROL OF POWER CONVERTER REVIEW OF SWITCH-MODE DC –DC CONVERTERS Modeling and analysis of Converters: Buck. Systhesis. Continuous and discontinuous operation.circuits and applications” academic press 2007 -2 edition 4. Case study for Power electronic circuits.Rasid “Power Electronics handbook.Stability analysis in d-q frame . technology . 5 M. Fuzzy Logic Controller. Flyback . Cuk . Fuzzification. UNIT II STATE -SPACE AVERAGED MODEL 9 State Space Averaging . 50 .Stability analysis for dc-dc converters – Cascade DC-DC Converter Systems – Case study TOTAL : 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1.Bose “Modern power electronics evolution . Muhammad H. Boost. Bimal K. Fang lin Luo “Advanced dc –dc converters “volume 1-power electronics and application series . FE 15. UNIT III SLIDING MODE CONTROL AND HYSTERIS CONTROL 9 Introduction – Principles of Sliding Mode Control – Constant Frequency Operation . Voltage-mode and Current-mode controls.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 15 AC 13. 1992. CRC press -2004 2.devices .

Real Time Parallel Ports. Complex Real Time Device Drivers.Leuven. Interrupts. Design Example UNIT V CASE STUDY Study of Commercial RTOS. Multi-Tasking. Cross Compilation Debugging and Tracing. Fiasco And Drops. UNIT II REAL TIME DEVICE DRIVERS 9 Mechanism and Policy.02. Non Linux Real Time Operating System: ADIOS. Nano Kernel. Writing Software for Embedded System. Real Time Serial Line. Task Management. FE 15.Scheduling.kuleuven. NewDelhi. Components of Embedded Hardware. Real Time Micro Kernel . Jaluna. Pattern and Frame Work. Kiss Real Time Kernel UNIT IV RTOS DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION 9 Design Principles.Herman. RT-Ems. Real Time Networking UNIT III STUDY OF EXISTING EMBEDDED OPERATING SYSTEM 9 Linux based Real Time and Embedded Operating Systems: 9 TOTAL : 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1.2005. IPC 51 . Uclinux .Bruyninckx@mech. Etlinux. Wonka+Oswald. Mechanical Engineering Leuven Belgium www. Real-Time and Embedded Guide by Herman Bruyninckx K.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 15 AC 13. Programming and Design” Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Limited . Rajkamal “ Embedded systems Architecture.02(10) 3003 FE9010 RTOS BASED EMBEDDED SYSTEM DESIGN UNIT I OPERATING SYSTEM 9 Real Time Systems . 2. E-Cos.U. Real Time Application Interface.Embedded Operating Systems.2010) th ITEM NO. Device Drivers Using UNIX. Case Studies of Programming with RTOS.

‘ARM system on chip architecture’. Steve Furber.Mathivanan.02. Chris Wright. 3. E. Poisson. 5.Probability function – moments – moment generating functions and their properties – Binomial. K.Interrupts – ARM organization . markov.02(11) FE9011 L T P C 3 0 1 4 1 ARM ARCHITECTURE AND PROGRAMMING 12 RISC Machine – Architectural Inheritance – Core & Architectures -Registers – Pipeline . Addision Wesley 2. McGraw Hill 2001 4. Andrew N. K. N. Charles E. INTELLIGENT CONTROLLER FOR ROBOTICS 4 COMMUNICATION WITH BUSES FOR DEVICES NETWORKS 12 I/O devices: timer and counting devices . Introduction to DSP on ARM –FIR Filter – IIR Filter – Discrete fourier transform. TUTORIAL & Experiments -with Arm processor for sensor & Motor Interface. R. ‘ Probability statistics and queueing theory. ARM APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT 15 ARM Development tools – ARM Assembly Language Programming and ‘C’compiler program. Uniform. 5 REFERENCES : 1. Myers. CAN. John Rayfield ‘ARM System Developer’s Guide Designing and Optimizing System Software’. Perkins. Dananjay V. USB. arm bus. binomial processs. Addison-Wesley.B. poisson . S. Gadre ‘Programming and Customizing the AVR microcontroller’. interfacing with devices/ serial port and parallel ports .kandasamy. Manoj. Probability and Statistics for Engineers & Scientists. second Printing 2003. P. FE15. R.Gunavathi. 7. Asia. Instruction set – Thumb instruction set – Instruction cycle timings . Sloss. Exponential. ONE DIMENSIONAL RANDOM VARIABLES 12 Random variables . Gamma and Normal distributions – Function of a Random Variable. Myers. PHI. ‘Microprocessors. PC Hardware and Interfacing . 8th Edition.Firmware and boot loader. L.2010) th ITEM NO. “ Adhoc Networking”. 8. 2001. Buses: communication using profi bus. Ye. – Random processes – classification – time averages – ergodic .The ARM Programmer’s model – Interrupts – Interrupt handling schemes. 3 . Elsevier 2007. Dominic Symes. communication and Bus protocol using ARM /microcontroller. (2007). 2 TRANSPORT AND APPLICATION LAYERS 9 TCP over Adhoc Networks – WAP – Architecture – WWW Programming Model – WDP – WTLS – WTP – WSP – WAE – WTA Architecture – WML – WML scripts.Thilagavathy.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 15 AC 13. Siva Ramamurthy and B. and K. Geometric.ARM processor family – Co-processors. 52 . field bus. H. ‘Ad Hoc wireless network Architectures and protocols’ 6.device drivers. Walpole. serial communication using I2C.

Power calculation. Potentio meter circuit. Disadvantage of potentiometer. Stress gauges. New Delhi. UNIT 5 9 Calibration of strain measuring circuits.2010) th ITEM NO. UNIT 3 9 Strain measuring circuits. Applications of strain gauges and stress gauges. Bi-harmonic equation. Principal planes. Shear stress. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOK: 1. Young’s Modulus. Riley. Carrier materials. Shear Strain. Plane strain. Stress strain Transformation for different cases. Normal strain. Airy’s stress function. Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education Pub. Experimental Stress Analysis by James W. Deflection of beams. Date: January 1978.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 15 AC 13. Study of change in resistance with strain for various strain gauge materials. Gauge factor. Rosettes. Shear force and bending moment diagrams. Plane stress. Adhesive materials. Beam bending. Shear modulus. Compatibility conditions. T. Dynamic strain measurements. Static and Dynamic strain measurements.02. Response of a strain gauge. Materials used for strain gauges. Experimental Stress Analysis by Sadhu Singh. measuring strain in beams and bar. Balancing. Half bridge circuit. William F. Sensitivity of circuit. Bonding procedure. Importance of filter circuit. Stress tensor. Measuring strain in beams and bar. Mohr’s circle. Full bridge circuit. Effect of resistance ratio. Quarter bridge circuit. Total strain measurements. Rectangular rosettes. Thermal stresses.Srinath. 2. Sensitivity of circuit.1996. Temperature compensation.S. REFERENCES: 1. Cross sensitivity factor. Experimental Stress Analysis by L. Tata McGraw-Hill Company. Effect of non-linear term. Delta rosettes. Advantages of Wheatstone bridge circuit. Strain tensor. Strain sensitivity.rosettes. Effect of resistance ratio. FE 15. Dally. Temperature compensation. Stress-strain diagram for various materials. UNIT 2 9 Electrical properties of the strain gauges. Different configuration of strain gauges. UNIT 4 9 Wheatstone bridge circuit. New Delhi 1984 53 .02(12) 3003 FE9012 EXPERIMENTAL STRESS ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES UNIT 1 9 Normal stress. Power calculation. Khanna Publishers. Poisson’s ratio.

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UNIT 1 9 Revision of analytical methods for solving ordinary differential equations: variable separable method, Bernoulli’s method; initial conditions and boundary conditions, finite difference methods, under standing the difference between numerical methods and classical methods, polynomial type approximate solutions and trigonometric type approximate solutions, essential boundary conditions, natural boundary conditions, domain residue, boundary residue, classification of classical methods. UNIT 2 9 Weighted residual methods: Least square method, collocation methods, sub domain method, method of moments, Galerkine method, and modified Galerkine method. Variational method: Elementary study on calculus of variation, and Rayleigh Ritz method. UNIT 3 9 Different coordinate systems: Global coordinate system, local coordinate system, natural coordinate system. Interpolation functions for linear and quadratic elements, happroximation, p-approximation, solving boundary value problems using classical methods with different elements (linear elements and quadratic elements), solving boundary value problems in different coordinate systems, element stiffness matrix, element load vector, global stiffness matrix, global load vector, reduced stiffness matrix, Gauss elimination procedure. UNIT 4 9 Study of one dimensional structural mechanics problems: bar, truss, beam,column Study of one dimensional potential problems: heat transfer, fluid flow, current flow Different 2-d elements, Lagrangian Interpolation, shape functions for 2-d elements, iso-parametric, sub-parametric, super-parametric elements, Serendipity elements, Jacobian, EICJ and EILJ, constant strain triangle elements, linear strain triangle elements, Two dimensional boundary value problems. UNIT 5 9 Numerical Integration, Gaussian Integration (one point, two points, three points), Finite element analysis on: time dependent, Eigen value and initial value problems convergence criteria, Banded symmetric matrix, Finite Element analysis software. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS 1. An Introduction To The Finite Element Method by J.N. Reddy,Hardcover, McGraw-Hill College (December 2004). 2. Concepts and Applications of Finite Element Analysis,by Robert Davis Cook (Editor), David S. Malkus, Michael E. Plesha, Robert Davis 3. Concepts and Applications of Finite Element Analysis Cook (Editor), Robert Davis Cook (Editor), Robert D. Cook, Robert J. Witt. Hardcover, John Wiley & Sons Inc (October 2001) REFERENCES : 1. Introduction to Finite Elements in Engineering, by Tirupathi R. Chandrupatla, Ashok D. Belegundu, Other, Prentice Hall (March 2002). 2. Fundamental Finite Element Analysis And Applications: With Mathematical and MATLAB Computations, by M. Asghar Bhatti,Hardcover, John Wiley & Sons Inc (February 2005). 54

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Linear feedback – Effects of process variations – Adaptive schemes – Adaptive control problem – Least squares and regression models – Estimating parameters in dynamical systems – Experimental conditions – Simulation of recursive estimation. 2. DETERMINISTIC, STOCHASTIC AND PREDICTIVE SELF TUNING REGULATOR 9 Pole placement design – Indirect self tuning regulator – Direct self tuning regulatorDesign of minimum variance and moving average control stochastic self tuning regulator – Unification direct self tuning regulator – Linear quadratic self tuning regulator- Adaptive predictive control. 3. MRAC ADAPTIVE SYSTEM 9

MIT rule – Determination of adaptive gain – Lyapunov theory – BIBO stability – Applications to adaptive control – Non-linear dynamics – Adaptation of feed forward gain – Averaging – Application of averaging techniques- Robust adaptive controllers. 4. DESCRIBING FUNCTION AND STATE SPACE BASED PROCESS IDENTIFICATION 9

Basics of process identification – Characteristics of relays – Existence and stability of limit cycles-Identification using describing function – Parallel relay with controller-State space method – Existence of limit cycles in unstable processes – SOPDT dynamics identification 5. ONLINE TUNING AND GAIN SCHEDULING 9

Online tuning of controllers – Model based and model free tuning –Principle and design of gain scheduling controllers – Nonlinear transformations – Applications of gain scheduling – Robust high gain feedback control – Self oscillating adaptive systems. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS 1. Astrom and Wittenmark,” Adaptive Control ”, PHI. 2. Somanath Majhi ., “ Advanced Control Theory A relay Feedback Approach”, Cengage Learning, 2009. REFERENCES 1. William S. Levine, “Control Hand Book”, CRC Press 2. Narendra and Annasamy,” Stable Adaptive Control Systems, Prentice Hall, 1989.


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UNIT I ADAPTIVE COTROL AND ADAPTATION TECHNIQUES 9 Introduction – Uses – Auto tuning – Self Tuning Regulators (STR) – Model Reference Adaptive Control (MRAC) – Types of STR and MRAC – Different approaches to selftuning regulators – Stochastic Adaptive control – Gain Scheduling. UNIT II HARMONIC ANALYSIS 9 Harmonic Sources-System Response to Harmonics-System Model for Computer-Aided Analysis-Acceptance Criteria-Harmonic Filters-Harmonic Evaluation-Case StudySummary and Conclusions. UNIT III FLICKER ANALYSIS 9 Sources of Flicker-Flicker Analysis-Flicker Criteria-Data for Flicker analysis- Case StudyArc Furnace Load-Minimizing the Flicker Effects-Summary. UNIT IV ELECTRICITY PRICING - VOLATILITY, RISK AND FORECASTING 9 Electricity Price Volatility: Factors in Volatility, Measuring Volatility - Electricity Price Indexes: Case Study for Volatility of Prices in California, Basis Risk - Challenges to Electricity Pricing: Pricing Models, Reliable Forward Curves - Construction of Forward Price Curves: Time frame for Price Curves, Types of Forward Price Curves – Short-term Price Forecasting: Factors Impacting Electricity Price, Forecasting Methods, Analyzing Forecasting Errors, Practical Data Study. UNIT V SUPPORT VECTOR MACHINES Introduction – An overview – Classification – Pattern Classification - Linear Support Vector Machines – Non Linear Support Vector Machines. 9

TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS 1. G.W.Stagg, A.H.El.Abiad “Computer Methods in Power System Analysis”, McGraw Hill, 1968. 2. Astrom and Wittenmark,” Adaptive Control”, PHI 3. Narendra and Annasamy,” Stable Adaptive Control Systems, Prentice Hall, 1989 4. Ramasamy Natarajan, ”Computer-Aided Power System Analysis”, Marcel Dekker Inc., 2002. REFERENCES : 1. M.K. Jain, N.D.Rao, G.J.Berg, “Improved Area Interchange Control Method for use with any Numerical Technique”, I.E.E.E. P.E.S Winter Power Meeting 1974. 2. J.P.Britton, “Improved Area Interchange Control for Newton’s method Load Flows”, Paper 69 TP 124-PWR presented at IEEE Winter Power Meeting, NewYork, Jan 2631, 1969. 3. William S. Levine, “Control Hand Book”. 4. K.Zollenkopf, “Bi-Factorization: Basic Computational Algorithm and Programming Techniques; pp: 75-96; Book on “Large Sparse Set of Linear Systems” Editor: J.K.Rerd, Academic Press, 1971. 5. “Support vector machines “Steinwart, Ingo; Christmann, Andreas.


Comparison of test results with simulation results[5] – Case Study for 1 MW machine TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. (2005).Lamination thickness selection[3] . and Ilina D.Concentrated & distributed. Chirila A. Cros J.Design of stator core for 1 MW machine. Jansen R.Synchronous Generators’ CRC Press. UNIT III OPTIMUM ROTOR DESIGN FOR MAXIMUM EFFICIENCY 9 Armature reaction and demagnetization calculation ..Basic design choices .Types of stator winding . Texas.V.Influence of the rotoric slot opening on the generator magnetic excitation flux[7] – Design of Rotor Core for 1 MW machine UNIT IV PERFORMANCE SIMULATION STUDIES OF RADIAL FLUX PMSG 9 Performance characteristics of radial flux PMSG using MAGNET software .Influence of the permanent magnet length on the generator magnetic excitation flux.2010) th ITEM NO. IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion.Selection of rotor topology .Types of PMSG . ‘Synthesis of High Performance PM Motors With Concentrated Windings’. ‘The Electric Generators Hand Book . No. Dravid N.S. “Design of Brushless Permanent Magnet Motor”.Winding factor[2] – MMF waves .Principle of operation .Surface mounted.Modeling of PMSG [1]. Krishnan R.Parameter test under steady state – Sub-transient and transient parameter test . ‘Power Maximization Control of Small Wind System using Permanent Magnet Synchronous Generator’. (2009).. Nagorny A..02(16) 3003 FE9016 DESIGN OF HIGH POWER SYNCHRONOUS GENERATOR UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO DESIGN OF RADIAL FLUX PMSG AND STUDY OF VARIOUS TOPOGRAPHIES 9 Construction of PMSG . FE 15.Number of stator Slots . ‘Design Aspects of a High Speed Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor/Generator for Flywheel Applications’ IEEE International Conference on Electric Machines and Drives. Belakehal.-I.. San Antonio.Factors affecting the design of PMSG[4] UNIT II OPTIMUM STATOR DESIGN FOR MAXIMUM EFFICIENCY 9 Stator modeling .Comparison of performance characteristics of various configurations .. Revue des Energies Renouvelables.Saturation characteristics Flux distribution – Losses – Thermal equivalent circuit[5] .R. Taylor & Francis Group.Stator losses . 2. Ghita C. Hendershot J. E. pp. COMMISSIONING AND COMPARISON OF TEST RESULTS WITH SIMULATION RESULTS 9 Acceptance test .Rotor design -Main materials selection . pp. surface inset permanent magnet and interior permanent magnet machines .02.-D. Vol. USA 6. 12. 635-641 4. Oxford University Press..Standstill frequency response tests . ‘Permanent Magnet Synchronous and Brushless DC Motor Drives’ CRC Press.-I. 17.Output power coefficient and basic stator Geometry[5] . S. USA 7.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 15 AC 13..H. No. Boldea I. Miller. and Miller T. 2. H.Types based on flux path[6] . USA. Viarouge P (2002). Taylor & Francis Group.Case Study for 1 MW machine UNIT V TESTING. Kenny B. 307 – 319 2.Design requirements of PMSG . Vol. and Bentounsi A (2009). 248-253 3.Introduction to design . (2006). UK 5. (1994).Design of stator winding[2] . 'Wind turbine permanent magnet synchronous generator magnetic field study' ICREPQ’07 conference 57 .Deaconu I. pp.Performance test . Benalla H. single layer & double layer[5] .J.

quick sizing method .design process and optimization . Kreider.flat plate collector thermal analysis . and & Francis.roof radiation traps .calculation of instantaneous heat gain through building envelope.System installation .isolated gain and sunspaces passive cooling concepts: evaporative cooling . Solar Energy Handbook.paints and cavity walls for cooling .compound parabolic concentrators . 1984. J.p-n junction: homo and hetro junctions .heat capacity effect testing methods-evacuated tubular collectors .PV system design .solar water heaters – thermal storage systems – solar still – solar cooker – domestic.heat transmission in buildings. a-Si-H based solar cells-quantum well solar cell heating and cooling systems .Y.array protection and trouble shooting . Kreider. J. McGraw Hill.F. UNIT III SOLAR PV FUNDAMENTALS 9 Semiconductor – properties . Principles of Solar Engineering.stand alone .earth air-tunnel.Shadow analysis: reliability .field experience .centralized and decentralized SPV systems . UNIT II APPLICATIONS OF SOLAR THERMAL TECHNOLOGY 9 Principle of working.maximum tracking . F.indirect heat gain .energy levels .bioclimatic classification – passive heating concepts: direct heat gain .2010) th ITEM NO.high efficiency III-V.concept of solar temperature and its significance .extraterrestrial characteristics .storage autonomy . electronic and solar grade Silicon production of single crystal Silicon: Czokralski (CZ) and Float Zone (FZ) method Design of a complete silicon – GaAs.detailed array design .InP solar cell .Sunpath diagrams shadow determination .application of wind. and operation of .basic equations of semiconductor devices physics.concentrator collectors – classification design and performance parameters . 1981. UNIT V SOLAR PASSIVE ARCHITECTURE 9 Thermal comfort .hybrid and grid connected system .02(1) FE 9017 MODELING AND SIMULATION OF SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEMS L T P C 3 0 0 3 UNIT I SOLAR RADIATION AND COLLECTORS 9 Solar angles .efficiency measurements high efficiency cells .. Solar cells . community – solar pond – solar length. Solar Energy. II-VI multi junction solar cell.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 16 AC (Ad hoc) 02. shading . Tata McGraw Hill.. D.radiative cooling . types . and Frank Kreith.operation and maintenances . UNIT IV SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM DESIGN AND APPLICATIONS 9 Solar cell array system analysis and performance prediction. FE 16.metal-semiconductor interface . – energy efficient landscape design .use of computers in array design .figure of merits of solar cell .efficiency limits . Sukhatme S P.measurement and estimation on horizontal and tilted surfaces .variation of efficiency with band-gap and temperature .preparation of metallurgical.parabolic trough concentrators . 58 .concentrators with point focus Heliostats – performance of the collectors. angle of incidence on tilted surface .voltage regulation .thermal comfort .solar cell array design concepts .tracking systems . 2000.PV market analysis and economics of SPV systems.dark and illumination characteristics . TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1. 3. water and earth for cooling. Goswami.12.

Academic Press. Photovoltaic Systems Engineering. P. Prakash J.A. N. 2.REFERENCES: 1. Kumar. Inc. J. Sodha. 1991. 2000. Fundamentals of Solar Cells: PV Solar Energy Conversion. 1986. 5. Heating and Cooling of Buildings: Design for Efficiency. M. M. 6. Bansal..S. Science and Design. 4.. 7. Solar Energy: Fundamentals & Applications.. and Malik. 59 . Tata McGraw Hill.. CRC Press. Pergamon Press. Solar Engineering of Thermal Processes. Duffie. A. Alan L Fahrenbruch and Richard H Bube. 3. 1995.S. Roger Messenger and Jerry Vnetre. A. 2004. Garg H P. W. 1983.K. Bansal. McGraw-Hill. Krieder.. Larry D Partain. A. John Wiley and Sons. A. and Beckman. Solar Cells and their Applications. John Wiley. Solar Passive Building. 1994. J and Rabi..K.

STOCHASTIC AND PREDICTIVE SELF TUNING REGULATOR 9 Pole placement design – Indirect self tuning regulator – Direct self tuning regulatorDesign of minimum variance and moving average control stochastic self tuning regulator – Unification direct self tuning regulator – Linear quadratic self tuning regulator. Levine. Somanath Majhi . Jean Pierre Barbot . Prentice Hall. robustness properties –application – flatness..Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 16 AC (Ad hoc) 02. “Control Hand Book”. trajectory planning.” Adaptive Control ”. 3.12. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS 1.” Stable Adaptive Control Systems. passivity properties through flatness. FE 16.” Sliding Mode Control In Engineering” Marcel Bekker. Astrom and Wittenmark. 1989.2010) th ITEM NO. UNIT II STABILITY AND STABILIZATION 9 Introduction – Notation. Cengage Learning. chattering phenomenon – sliding mode control design – reachability condition. CRC Press 2. PASSIVITY AND FLATNESS Dynamics in the sliding mode – linear system. PHI. 2. UNIT III DETERMINISTIC.Generalized regular form – Obtaining the regular form – Effect of perturbations on the regular form – Estimation of initial sliding motion – Problemformulation – Sliding domain and initial domain of sliding motion – ApplicationStabilization. William S. 60 .MIT rule.Adaptive predictive control. non-linear system. “ Advanced Control Theory A relay Feedback Approach”.02(2) LTPC 300 3 9 FE9018 SLIDING MODE AND ADAPTIVE CONTROL UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO SMC. Narendra and Annasamy. 2002. non-minimum phase output stabilization. REFERENCES 1.. 2009. UNIT IV DESCRIBING FUNCTION AND STATE SPACE BASED PROCESS IDENTIFICATION 9 Basics of process identification – Characteristics of relays – Existence and stability of limit cycles-Identification using describing function – Parallel relay with controller-State space method – Existence of limit cycles in unstable processes – SOPDT dynamics identification UNIT V ONLINE TUNING AND GAIN SCHEDULING 9 Online tuning of controllers – Model based and model free tuning –Principle and design of gain scheduling controllers – Nonlinear transformations – Applications of gain scheduling – Robust high gain feedback control – Self oscillating adaptive systems.

A JOHN WILEY & SONS. New York REFERENCES: 1.Overview – Traditional MAC protocols – Energy efficiency in MAC protocols – Asynchronous sleep techniques – Sleep scheduled techniques – Contention free protocols – Sleep based topology control – Constructing topology for connectivity – Constructing topologies for coverage – Set K cover algorithms –Cross layer Issues UNIT IV ROUTING & DATA CENTRIC NETWORKING 9 Energy efficient and robust routing. MOHAMMAD ILYAS AND IMAD MAHGOUB. Cambridge University Press.2005 3.12. Bhaskar Krishnamachari.Overview –key issues – Fine grained clock synchronization – Coarse grained clock synchronization UNIT III MEDIUM ACCESS WITH SLEEP SCHEDULING 9 MAC protocols . Jagannathan Sarangapai “Wireless Adhoc and sensor networks” CRC Press 61 .Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 16 AC (Ad hoc) 02.Overview – Metric based approaches – Routing with diversity – Multi path routing – Lifetime maximizing energy aware routing – geographical routing – Routing to mobile sinks –Data centric routing – Data gathering and compression – Querying – Data centric storage and retrieval – Database perspective on sensor networks UNIT V CASE STUDIES 9 Discrete event simulation of Medium Access Control (MAC) protocols and routing protocols for wireless sensor networks – Study on Power aware protocols. ‘Networking Wireless Sensors’.Empirical analysis of Time Synchronization.Applications of wireless sensor networks – Design challenges – Network deployment. CRC Press.. ‘Handbook of sensor networks Algorithms and Architectures’. FE 16. RSSI based Localization and Transmission power control –Application of Wireless sensor networks in Electrical and Instrumentation engineering TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS 1. UNIT II LOCALIZATION AND TIME SYNCHRONIZATION 10 Localization – Overview – Coarse grained node localization using minimal information – Fine grained node localization using detailed information – Network-wide localization – Theoretical analysis of localization techniques – Time synchronization . Ivan Stojmenovic. INC. ‘Handbook of sensor Networks: Compact wireless and wired sensing systems’.2010) th ITEM NO.02(3) L TPC 3 0 03 8 FE9019 UNIT I NETWORKING WIRELESS SENSORS INTRODUCTION Wireless sensor networks – Networked wireless sensor devices – Wireless characteristics . PUBLICATION 2005 2.

“ Electrical Insulation in Power Systems”. Elsevier India Pvt.Al_Arainy. 5.S. “High Voltage Engineering”.Atmospheric Conditions and Correction factorsTesting of insulators. 2000. Inc. Roshdy Radwan.Mazen Abdel-Salam. John Wiley and Sons.. IEC and IEEE standards for “Dielectric Testing of High Voltage Apparatus” W. 62 . New York. air break switches.Inc. W. UNIT IV GAMMA RAY IRRADIATION EFFECTS ON POLYMERS 9 Study of gamma ray irradiation inhibiting surface charge accumulation on polymersNuclear technology and ageing studies –Analysis of electrical and mechanical properties of polymers and their blends. and Kuffel J.cable failure mechanisms-prediction of life of polymers.Qureshi. “High Voltage Engineering Fundamentals”. 7. Hussein Anis. M. IMPULSE VOLTAGES AND MEASUREMENT OF HIGH VOLTAGES AND CURRENTS 9 Generation of High AC and DC Voltages. “High Voltage Measurement. IS. and Permain. bushings. square wave pulses-measurement techniques and study of equipments. E. Tata McGraw-hill Publishing Company Ltd. New York 1988. solid layer method-Ageing problems associated with nuclear power plants-radiation effects in polymers. 2005. Revised and Expanded.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 16 AC (Ad hoc) 02... 4.... 2004.condition monitoring. “High Voltage Engineering Theory and Practice” Second Edition.salt-fog method. 1983. 2.J.2010) th ITEM NO.qualification of cables-study of standards (IEEE)-Nuclear ageing of cables-Ageing of polymers and electrical equipments-radiation induced degradation in NBR. SBA Electrical Engineering Series. ALTERNATING. 3.Malik. A.I. isolators. Zaengl.I. Schwab.02(4) LTPC 3 003 FE9020 HIGH ENERGY RADIATION EFFECTS ON POLYMERS AND HIGH VOLTAGE TESTING OF POWER APPARATUS UNIT I GENERATION OF DIRECT. power transformers-voltage transformers-current transformers. 6. SR and EPDM rubbers-prediction of life duration of polymers. Ahdab El-Morshedy. 1982. FE 16. marcel Dekker. “High Voltage Test Techniques”.Basic Insulation Level(BIL) of Power system. Ltd.. Naidu M S and Kamaraju V.H. Adolf J.T Press. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES : 1. Gallagher. circuit breakers. N. M.Nelson. UNIT II TESTING TECHNIQUES FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 9 Type and nature of testing. “High Voltage Measurement Techniques”. surge diverters .cables –testing methodology-recording of oscillograms – interpretation of test results. John Wiley Sons. 1972.National and International Standards on Testing. Applied Life Data Analysis. 8. Dieter Kind. Marcel Dekker. 1999.A. R. New York. Kurt Fusser. New York. Kuffel. T. A.Generation of High Frequency High AC voltages. New Delhi. Testing and Design”. New Delhi.12.Generation of rectangular. UNIT III NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY AND AGEING 9 Artificial Pollution tests. UNIT V ELECTRON BEAM IRRADIATION ON POLYMERS 9 Study of di-electric and mechanical properties of electron beam irradiated polymer insulation materials-Study of electron beam irradiation effects on morphologic properties of the PET/PP/PE/EVA polymeric blends.

Japan. 15. K. 10.X.Udayakumar. Vol. 1986. IEEE – 323.M.D Judd.A.Kennedy. H.21. ‘’ Electrical Insulation Characteristics of Silicone and EPDM Polymeric Blends. pp 161-166. Vol. Katsuyoshi Shinyama. IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation.B2-2. Makoto Baba and Shigetaka Fujita. Vol 16. pp5-14. 17. 1974-Type test of class 1E Electric cables. Helio Wiebeck and Leonardo G. oyohashi. M. Chung Lee.9.IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine. 63 . Study of electron beam irradiation effects on morphologic properties of the PET/PP/PE/EVA polymeric blends’’. R. IEEE – 383.1. Andrade e Silva. M.D Monitoring of Power Transformers using UHF Sensors”.1998. 13. Ian BB Hunter. B. “P.2. Conference record of 2006 IEEE International Symposium on electrical insulation. Sep 27-Oct-2. Edvaldo L. W.Usa. No.Du and Y.”Nuclear Technology and ageing” IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine. Vol15. No. 18. No. 11. 16. PP 387-391.Gao. 12. Rio de Janerio. Liyang. 3rd Edition December 2000.Sept 27-30. “Radiation effects of electrical and mechanical properties of γ –ray irradiated LDPE/EVA blends”. “Recommended Dielectric Tests and Test Procedures for Converter Transformer and Smoothing Reactors”. 19. Ki-Yup Kim . Toronto. IEC – 60270. October 2007. IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery. 1983 – Qualifying Class 1E equipment for nuclear power generating stations. 14.Sep/Oct 1999.pp 19-27. 2004. S.3. No 5. Vol 14. pp447-450.abdullah Khan and S. Proceedings of International symposium on electrical insulating materials.M. Rossini. Boo-Hyung Ryu and Kee-Joe Lim. International nuclear atomic conference-INAC 2009.5.S. Ban ford and R. Field Splices and Connections for nuclear power generating stations. RJ Brazil. Dielectric properties of electron beam irradiated polymer insulating material”.Part-I” IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation.June 2009.Abdul Majeed . pp 876-881. Gamma-ray Irradiation inhibiting surface charge accumulation on polyethylene”. “HV Test technique – Partial Discharge Mechanism”.Fouracre. No 3.2009.Raja prabu.

UNIT III METHODS AND TOOLS FOR BIFURCATION ANALYSIS OF NONAUTONOMOUS SYSTEM [1.A. Kassim-Al-Anbari. C. PB Theorems. transformer. CFB. 2.4] 10 Modeling of Synchronous Generators (Type 0. 4] 10 Algorithm for tracing local and global bifurcation diagrams for ODE systems with single 64 . 2.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 16 AC (Ad hoc) 02. “Linear and Nonlinear Circuits”.Kuh.02(5) LTPC 310 4 5 FE9021 BIFURCATION ANALYSIS OF POWER SYSTEMS UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO BIFURCATION [1] Introduction to bifurcation. 4] 10 Algorithm for tracing local and global bifurcation diagrams for ODE and DAE systems with single and multi-parameter variations.O.6. 3. FE 16. Padma Subramanian.Ramanujam.Different types of wind turbine generators SCIG. 1B.O. 2A). R.Thesis”. HB. L= 45 T =15 TOTAL = 60 PERIODS REFERENCES 1.Saravanaselvan.Multiple-time scales.html 7. DFIG and PMSG .4.12.Differential Equations (qualitative theory)Differential-Algebraic systems. 2B.Chua and Lin P.coding for the sample power system.5. L.egwald. Bifurcation diagrams: time response plot. UNIT II MODELING OF POWER SYSTEM COMPONENTS FOR BIFURCATION ANALYSIS [3. R.matcont. “Ph. PSS. http://www. “Power System Dynamics: Analysis and Simulation” Prentice Hall India 4. Phase plane and Poincare maps.Modeling of Grid integrated solar conversion system and other Grid integrated Renewable energy sources. and FACTS Controllers. UNIT IV METHODS AND TOOLS FOR BIFURCATION ANALYSIS OF AUTONOMOUS SYSTEM [1. and E. SIB. MCgraw hill. LTC. 2.D. transmission line. Mathematical background . 1A.Desoer.2010) th ITEM NO. excitation systems. Phase plane and Poincare maps. L.7] 10 Simulation of the single parameter Bifurcation diagram: ODE and DAE power systems Analysis with the use of simulation software packages . Types of bifurcation SNB.Bifurcation diagrams: time response plot.S.ugent. www.M “Computer aided analysis of electronics circuits”.Chua. and http://www. UNIT V CASE STUDY [2. http://www.staff.uu. Printice Hall Inc-USA.php and http://www.bifurcation. Torous and Intermittency.

Rai.D.12.Lead Acid Battery cells – Nickel Cadmium Battery – Lithium-Ion Battery – NaS Battery – Electrochemical Capacitors – CAES+Gas ESS – AFES . Voltage regulation using DSTATCOM. Transport and Reconversion.Heir.Customer interface – Harmonic filters: passive. “Grid Integration of WECS”. Kluwer Academic Publishers. UNIT III GRID INTEGRATION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY 9 Renewable Power and Grid Stability . G.Connection and Operational Requirements (Grid Codes) .Transients – Power Quality Benchmarking – Power Quality Monitoring. UNIT II ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS 9 Energy Storage & Renewable Energy .Interharmonics . Wiley 1998. Arindam Ghosh “Power Quality Enhancement Using Custom Power Devices”.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 16 AC (Ad hoc) 02. FE 16. 65 .Decentralized Generation / Future Integration .Integration in Existing Grid / Barriers . Khanna Publishers. S. Load compensation using DSTATCOM. protecting sensitive loads using DVR L: 45+T:15 = 60 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1.02(6) FE9022 POWER QUALITY ANALYSIS FOR GRID INTEGRATED RENEWABLE ENERGY LTPC 3 104 UNIT I RENEWABLE ENERGY 9 Solar Photovoltaic Systems – Geothermal Electric Power Plants – Wind Energy Farms and Energy Conversion Systems – Biomass Energy Technology – Ocean Energy Technology – Tidal Energy Conversion.Flow Batteries – VRB-ESS – SMES – Hydrogen for Energy Storage. 2002 2. UNIT V MITIGATION TECHNOLOGIES 9 Utility .2010) th ITEM NO. “Non-conventional Energy sources”.Advanced Renewable Energy Technology Solutions for Grid Integration UNIT IV POWER QUALITY ISSUES 9 Renewable Energy and Power Quality – Harmonic Distortion – Blackouts – Under and Over Voltages – Sags and Surges – Flicker . Active and hybrid filters –Custom power devices: Network reconfiguring Devices. 1997 3.

constraints and feasible region. Addison-Wesley. New Age International (P) Limited. Genetic algorithms and Simulated Annealing techniques. degree of freedom analysis. “Optimization for Engineering design algorithms and Examples”. Rao.. Kalyanamoy Deb. Techniques of unconstrained minimization – Golden section. Multi objective optimization. optimization and machine”. John & Sons. 2.General principles of optimization – Problem formulation & their classifications .12. Wiley. stochastic programming. Random. “Optimum design of mechanical elements”. Barnen.Geometric programming UNIT IV MULTI OBJECTIVE OPTIMIZATION 10 Weighted Sum of Squares method. “Genetic algorithms in search. UNIT III CONSTRAINED OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES 10 Optimization with equality and inequality constraints . pattern and gradient search methods – Interpolation methods.. FE 16. Lagrange multipliers .. D.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 16 AC (Ad hoc) 02. Singaresu.2010) th ITEM NO. New York. 1995. Types of optimization problem. C. Prentice Hall of India Pvt.02(7) LT P C 3 0 0 3 FE9023 OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES IN DESIGN UNIT I INTRODUCTION 5 Problem formulation. Goldberg. UNIT II UNCONSTRAINED OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES 10 Introduction to optimum design . 2000. Neural network & Fuzzy logic principles in optimization. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1. Epsilon constrains method. 4. S.Direct methods – Indirect methods using penalty functions. 1989.E. objective functions. “Engineering Optimization – Theory & Practice”. Johnson Ray. Introduction to optimal control and dynamic optimization UNIT V ADVANCED OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES 10 Multi stage optimization – dynamic programming. 1990. Goal attainment Examples. New Delhi.Single variable and multivariable optimization. 3. 66 .

FE 16. SVPWM-Indirect Transfer function .”Control in Power Electronics – Selected Problems”Academic Press. single phase.2009. pp 301-303.Ph.Kazmier kowski. I/P filter and O/P filter.aircraft applications.Intelligent Motion.2nd edition.Neuro fuzzy .Imayavaramban . March 2009.Cycloconverter harmonics & I/P current. 67 . UNIT II MATRIX CONVERTERS 9 Basic circuit. UNIT IV CONTROLLER DESIGN & APPLICATIONS 9 PID controller.”Matrix converter for frequency changing power supply applications”. S.Guoliang Yang. Applications – For Induction motor drives.Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 16 AC (Ad hoc) 02.Sep. B. IEEE General Meeting.2009. P.IEEE General Meeting.University of Nottingham. Vol 24. UNIT V MATRIX CONVERTER FOR WIND ENERGY CONVERSION SYSTEMS 9 Introduction . Jon Clare “ Control of the Reactive Power Supplied by a matrix Converter”IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion. 8.Han “Wind Power System using Doubly.Frede Blaabjerg. protection Issues.Switching algorithm.Commutation methods. pp 619 – 623.M.”POWER ELECTRONICS HANDBOOK”.No 1. J.2007.Fed induction Generator and Matrix Converter with Simple Modulation Scheme” Proc.August 2009. A.Saul Lopez Arevalo . Neuro controller.2010) th ITEM NO. 7. three phase.2000. 2.Control scheme.02(8) L T P C 3 0 0 3 FE9024 MATRIX CONVERTERS UNIT I AC – AC CONVERTERS 9 Introduction-AC-AC Voltage Controllers. 5.Universiy of Nattingham.N.2008) 9.Ju.Hybrid vehicle applications.Advantages of MC applied to Wind Energy Conversion Systems(WECS).Krishnan. Y.Huiguang Li “Application of a Matrix Converter for PMSG Wind Turbine Generation System”Proc. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1.Jeong.Cycloconverters – single phase . 6.12.F. Unbalanced supply and Load conditions. UNIT III MODULATION TECHNIQUES 9 Operation and modulation techniques of Matrix Converter-Venturini – Modified Venturini -.Fuzzy controller. Ruben Pena.PCIM’00. Roberto Cardenas.B.UK.DFIG wind turbine system.PR controller.SCIG wind turbine system.PhD Thesis.2005 3.pp 95-104.UK.scalar modulation algorithm.Academic Press.Blaabjerg “Adjustable Speed Drives in the next Decade-The next step in Industry & Academia” Proc.Bhadra “WIND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS”. Dr.Modelling and simulation of wind energy systems with matrix converters – PMSG wind turbine system .three phase. Oxford University Press. mathematical modelling .2002. Bidirectional switches.Thoegersen. Forced commutated cycloconverter. 4. Power quality Issues.”Avoiding Regeneration with Matrix converter Drive”. Marian P. Dr.R.Comparison of WECS technologies.D Thesis. Power regulation – Control of reactive power.Renewable Energy applications. Mohammed H Rashid .Frequency changing power supply applications.Matrix Converter.

Preliminary investigation of small scale superconducting magnetic energy storage (SMES) systems by J. performance and application. Intermetallic MgB2 superconductor crystal structure and superconducting properties. 68 . TOTAL 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1. Mechanism of lectrodeposition. Capacitor and Batteries: Comparison and application. Different types of cryostat. Publisher: Westview Press (March 31.02(9) LT PC 3 00 3 FE9025 ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES AND MAGNETIC ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM UNIT I INTRODUCTION 9 Development in the field of superconductivity. sol -gel method. spray pyrolysis technique. Publisher: Infiniti Research Limited. G. SQUID measurements. UNIT III APPLICATIONS OF SUPERCONDUCTORS IN ENERGY 9 Superconducting wires and their characteristics.12. High Tc Superconductors. Introduction to Superconductivity: Second Edition (Dover Books on Physics) by Michael Tinkham. UNIT V EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES 9 Low temperature resistivity measurements. First Edition edition (August 4. Post deposition treatments.Magneto hydrodynamics (MHD). Y. Construction Engineering Research Laboratories National Technical Information Service. Publisher: Princeton University Press. role of activated Carbon and carbon nano-tube. Tl and Hg based superconductors. structure. Anderson. Superconductivity of Metals and Alloys (Advanced Book Classics) by Pierre-Gilles de Gennes. AC and DC susceptibility measurements.2010) th ITEM NO. BCS theory. Different methods of synthesis of High Tc superconductors. 2004) 2. principle of working. de Gennes. electrophoretic method. Four probe and Vander Paw resistivity technique. Pierre-Gilles De Gennes. DC electrode position. conduction mechanism. Josephson effect in Superconductors. P. Electro deposition of alloys. UNIT IV MAGNETIC AND ELECTRIC ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS 9 Superconducting Magnet Energy Storage (SMES) systems. energy storage. W. 1999) 2. Closed cycle refrigerators system. Publisher: Dover Publications. Powder in tube method (PIT). Schwartz. screen printing. combustion method. Bi. 2 edition (June 14. FE 16. Global Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage Systems (SMES) Market 20082012 by TechNavio. La. High field magnets for production of energy by magnetic fusion. Meissner Effect. Energy generation . Basic parameters of superconductivity. solid state reaction method. UNIT II SYNTHESIS OF HIGH TC SUPERCONDUCTORS 9 Introduction. Types of superconductors. Cuprate Superconductors. Super capacitor: Electrochemical Double Layer Capacitor EDLC). distributor REFERENCES: 1. Publisher: US Army Corps of Engineers. electric generators and role of superconductors. The Theory of Superconductivity in the High-Tc Cuprate Superconductors by P. Pulse laser deposition method (PLD).Faulty of Electrical Engineering (Approved in 16 AC (Ad hoc) 02. 1997) 3. electro deposition.