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Syllabus for the M.E. Electrical (Power Electronics and Drives) (w.e.f. 2011-2012)

2 Structure of M.E.(Electrical)- Power Electronics and Drives (2008 Course) ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING BOARD, University of Pune.

Semester I Subject Code Subject No. Modeling and 503301 Analysis of Electrical Machines Energy management 503302 and power quality in electrical drives Power Electronic 503303 devices and circuits 503304 Elective- I 503305 Elective- II 503306 Lab- Practice- I 503307 Seminar- I Total of First Term

Teaching Scheme Lect Pract 3 --

Examination Scheme Paper TW 100 -Oral --PR ---

Total Credits marks 100 3

3 3 3 3 ----15

-------6 4 10

100 100 100 100 --500

------50 50 100



100 100 100 100 50 50 600

3 3 3 3 3 2 20

Semester II Subject Code Subject No. Controlled Electrical 503308 drives Power electronic 503309 applications Design of Power 503310 electronic systems 503311 Elective- II 503312 Elective- IV (Open) 503313 Lab- Practice- II 503314 Seminar- II Total of Second Term

Teaching Scheme Lect Pract 3 3 3 3 3 ----15 6 4 10

Examination Scheme Paper TW 100 100 100 100 100 ---500 ------------50 50 100 Oral --PR -----

Total Credits marks 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 600 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 20


3 Semester III Subject Code Subject No. 603301 Seminar- III 603302 Project stage- I Total of Third Term Semester- IV Subject Code No. 603302 Teaching Scheme Lect Project stage- II Total of Forth Term ----Pract 18 18 Examination Scheme Paper ----TW 150 150 Oral 50 50 Total Credits marks 200 200 12 12 Teaching Scheme Lect Pract 4 18 -22 Examination Scheme Paper TW 50 50 -100 Oral --Total Credits marks 50 50 100 2 6 08


Note:- The contact hours for the calculation of load of Teacher Seminar - 01Hr / Week / Student, Project- 02Hr / Week / Student · Lab- Practice- I & Lab. Practice - II will have minimum 10 experiments each. · Seminar III will be based on the Project Work. · The Term Work of Project stage II of semester IV should be assessed jointly by the pair of internal and external examiners, along with the oral examination of the same. Elective- I
i) DSP and its applications in Electrical drives ii) Data Acquisition and Signal conditioning iii) Digital simulation of power electronic systems

Elective- II
i) FACTS and HVDC ii) Harmonics and their mitigation

Elective- III
i) Automation in Industrial drives ii) Computer Aided Design of Electrical Machines iii) Microcontroller applications

Elective- IV
i) Artificial Intelligence in Electrical drives ii) Special topics in Power electronics and drives iii) Open*

G. machine for steady state and transient analysis.Adkins & R. Electro Mechanical Energy Conversion .S.A. Need of modeling. Butterworth. Large Signal Transient Analysis using Transformed Equations’. Transformation of Voltage and Torque Equations using Interconnection Matrix . Electrical Machine Dynamics Boldia & S. Unit III: (7 Hrs) Polyphase Induction Machines: Voltage. The Alternator /Synchronous Motor System . Analysis of Electric Machinery . Unit II: (7 Hrs) Concept of transformation: change of variables & m/c variables and transform variables for arbitrary reference frames. Transformation and Transformed Equations.Bhimbra Reference Books: 1.The Unified Theory of Electrical Machines . Dynamic performance during sudden changes in load torque and three phase fault at the machine terminals. 4. Nasar: The Macmillan Press Ltd. Unit IV: (7 Hrs) Polyphase Synchronous Machine: Voltage and Torque Equations in stator. The DC Generator/DC Motor System . Jones. Introduction to modeling of electrical machines. Equivalent circuit .White & Woodson 3. Generalised theory of Electrical m/c . Machine Interconnection Matrices . voltage and torque equations.P. Small displacement stability: Eigen values.C. 3-ph induction machines and synchronous machine. London.Steady state analysis. The General theory of AC Machines . Unit V: (7 Hrs) Dynamical Analysis of Interconnected Machines .P.Adkins 3. rotor and air-gap field reference frames .C.C. The General theory of Electrical Machines . Kron’s primitive Machine. their phasor diagrams. Eigen values of typical induction machine and synchronous machine.4 503301: MODELLING AND ANALYSIS OF ELECTRICAL MACHINES Teaching Scheme 3 Hours / Week Examination Scheme Paper: 100 Marks Unit I: (7 Hrs) Introduction to the theory of basic two pole machine applicable to DC machines. . torque equations .Harley 2.B.V. Text Books 1. Unit VI: (7 Hrs) Linearized machine equations: Linearization of machine equations. Parks Transformation Voltage and power equation for salient and non salient alternator.B. Simplified equations of a synchronous machine with two damper coils. and equation of cross field commutator machine. Transfer function formulation. Application to D.Krause 2.

Degree of Compensation-Capacitor lossesLocation-Placement-Maintenance .Cool storage . Load Matching and selection of motors. Energy conservation measures.Energy conservation in Lighting Schemes. .5 503302: ENERGY MANAGEMENT AND POWER QUALITY IN ELECTRICAL DRIVES Teaching Scheme 3 Hours / Week Unit I: Examination Scheme Paper: 100 Marks (7 Hrs) Electric motors.Energy efficient light sources .Optimal selection and sizing -Optimal operation and Storage. passive input filters.Electronic ballast . Reactive Power management-Capacitor Sizing . case study. converter configuration and their contribution to supply harmonics. Feeder / cable loss evaluation. switching control circuit. Lighting . types of power quality study.Optimal operation of cogeneration plants .Energy efficient controls and starting efficiency .Pumps and Fans . high power factor pre-regulator.Luminaries.Types-Optimal operation-case study. Electric loads of Air conditioning & Refrigeration-Energy conservation measures.Solar Water Heaters Power Consumption in Compressors.Case study.Methodologies-Types of Industrial loads-Optimal Load schedulingcase study.Energy efficient /high efficient Motors .Efficient Control strategies . classical solutions & their drawbacks. transformer connections. Causes and effects of power quality disturbances Causes and effects of study. case study. Unit III : (7 Hrs) Cogeneration -Types and Schemes . elimination / suppression of harmonics. Unit IV (7 Hrs) Understanding Power quality. other sources of harmonics (7 Hrs) Unit V Radio interference. power quality indices.Motor Efficiency and Load Analysis .Power quality issues . Peak Demand controls . Case study Unit II : (7 Hrs) Transformer Loading / Efficiency analysis. Variable speed drives . Electrolytic Process. Electric water heating – Gysers . supply standards.

519-1992. “Understanding Power Quality Problems. IEEE Std..Energy Efficiency Manual. W. Mark F..Monitoring essentials. 'Art and Science of Utilisation of Electrical Energy'.C. 5. New Delhi. 3.Tripathy S. Fourier series.. Dhanpat Rai and Sons. . Manuel Madrigal. Electro-magnetic compatibility.Donald R.Turner.. Current industry trends. Surya Santoso. S. and their control methods. PWM converter as a voltage source active filter. Wayne Beaty. H. Stars in a Circule Publications. constant frequency control. Energy Institute Press .Energy Management Handbook.. 2nd Edition. “Power System Quality Assessment”.'Electric Energy Utilization And Conservation'. current source active filter. Wayne C. Arrillaga. UNESCAP-Guide Book on Promotion of Sustainable Energy Consumption (www. variable tolerance band control. Bollen. John Wiley and Sons 4. . R. Chan. 2nd ed. Fourier transform and wavelet transform Text Books 1. G. McGranghan. Heydt. C. J. “Power System Harmonics: Computer Modeling & Analysis”. Tata McGraw Hill. “Electric Power Quality”. References Books: 1. Lilburn. 2000. 4. IEEE recommended practices and requirements for harmonics control in electrical power system. H. MONITORING POWER QUALITY . discontinuous current control. GA: The Fairmont Press Inc. Power quality measuring equipment. 3. 6. reliability indices.unescap. “Electrical Power System Quality”. McGraw Hill Pub. J. Dugan. J. Enriques Acha. 1993. New York: IEEE Press.. M. Series On Power Engineering 2. John Wiley and Sons Ltd.. constant tolerance band control.6 Unit VI (7 Hrs) Elimination / suppression of harmonics using active power filters – topologies. Voltage Sag & Interruptions”. Partab H. R. M. Watson.

over voltage snubber. McMurray Bedford Inverter. boost. effect of source Inductance. protection.GENERIC TOPOLOGY (7 Hrs) General topology of single phase and three phase voltage source and Current source inverters. need of Snubber circuit . buck-boost and cuk converter topologies. GTO. Unit III DC TO DC CONVERTERS (7 Hrs) Buck. 3-Ф Fully controlled converters with RL. Power circuits. Filter circuits. New semiconductor materials. Electrically isolated drive circuits. Snubber for bridge circuit configurations. Selection of switching frequency & switching device. Power device protection in drive circuits. gating signals-harmonics power factor. Harmonic analysis of source current Unit V INVERTER . Power ICs.continuous and discontinuous modes of operation. RLE loads. Voltage and current commutated choppers. Unit II SNUBBER CIRCUITS: (7 Hrs) Types of Snubber circuits. cascade connected drive circuits. operating limitation and safe operating area. multiphase chopper. ratings. GTO Snubber circuit. . Series Inverters Unit VI OTHER CONVERTERS (7 Hrs) Principle of phase control. L and R-L loads. Unit IV AC TO DC CONVERTERS (7 Hrs) 1-Ф.7 503303: POWER ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS Teaching Scheme 3 Hours / Week Unit I INTRODUCTION Examination Scheme Paper : 100 Marks (7 Hrs) Thyristors. 3phase controllers. Principle of operation of single phase and three phase cycloconverters . sequence control of converters .inverter operation. De-coupled drive circuits. driving circuits. free wheeling diodes. Forced commutated bridge Inverter: McMurray Inverter. Dual Converter. turn on snubber. Dynamic characteristics.Turn-off Snubber. I-V and switching characteristics. single-phase bi-directional controllers with R. Effect of source inductance on commutation. Configuration of single phase voltage source inverter: full bridge. POWER MOSFET AND IGBT Basic structure. GATE AND BASIC DRIVE CIRCUITS Design Consideration. VI characteristics.

1995.“Modern Power Electronics and AC drives”. Robert W. New Age International Pvt. Robbins. John Wiley & Sons..Bose. Design and Applications”. Kulwer Academic Publishers. Peasron Education Inc. " Introduction to thyristors & and their application " East-west Press.H. Ned Mohan. 1996. Devices and Applications ". Ltd.“Power Electronics”. 2nd Edition. References: 1. " Power Electronics Circuits. Undeland. 3. 2004.G. Second Edition.Erickson. 2.H.“Power Electronics: Converters.2004.“Fundamentals of Power Electronics”. 1977. Prentice Hall.Rashid. Dubey et al. 2001 2. M. Prentice Hall India. 2002.. Ramamoorthy.8 TEXT BOOKS: 1. 4. " Thyristorised Power Controllers ". .M.Rashid M. B. New Delhi.K. 3.. Dragan Maksimovic. New Delhi.K.

lattice and ladder structure. implementation of discrete time systems. Digital signal conditioning and algorithms for digital protection. Unit 6: (7 Hrs) DSP PROCESSOR: Architecture and instruction set of TMS 320C 54X and examples. FFT algorithms(Radix2. hamming. DIT. rational z-transform.9 503304: (Elective I) i] DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING AND ITS APPLICATIONS Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme 3 Hours / Week Paper : 100 Marks Unit 1: (7 Hrs) OVERVIEW . . FFT). FREQUENCY ANALYSIS OF SIGNALS AND SYSTEM Frequency analysis of continuous and discrete time signals. Unit 2: (7 Hrs) Z-TRANSFORM Z-Transform and inverse z-transform. Unit 5: (7 Hrs) MULTIRATE SIGNAL PROCESSING: Decimation and Interpolation. hanning. Unit 3: (7 Hrs) DISCRETE FOURIER TRANSFORM . Analysis of Linear Time Invariant (LTI) systems in z-domain. Sample rate conversion by Integer and Non-Integer factors. Introduction and classification of discrete time signals and systems. parallel form. finite Impulse filters (FIR) .Concept of frequency in continuous and discrete time signals. Methods and Applications of FFT algorithms. Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT). Kaiser window. Fast Fourier Transform (FFT). Frequency analysis of signals using DFT. PWM and firing pulse generation. Infinite Impulse Filter (IIR). convolution and correlation of discrete time signals.Frequency domain sampling. Transformer protection. Analysis of discrete linear time-invariant (LTI) systems. Sampling Theorem. Transmission line protection. DIF. static and Digital Relays. Unit 4: (7 Hrs) DIGITAL FILTER DESIGN . Fourier series and Fourier Transform for discrete and continuous periodic and non periodic signals. Digital filter.Realisation of FIR and IIR filters using direct form. cascade form. APPLICATIONS TO ELECTRIC SYSTEMS: Harmonic analysis. A-D Conversion process. filter design using rectangular window. Linear filtering methods based on DFT.

and Andrzey W. Elsevier Publications Reference Books 1. New York... . Antonion A. Rabiner C. Marcel Dekker Inc. and Schafer R.. 3. W.V. "Protection techniques in Electrical Engg. Digital Signal Processing. 2. Litan – Digital signal preossesing. 2. PHI New Delhi. PHI New Delhi. Oppenhein A. Proakis J.. Theory and Applications of Digital Signal Processing. Helmut U. 4. and Manolakis D. PHI New Delhi. Digital Filters: Analysis. Design and Application. and Gold B..R.. Systems.G. Wilibald W.10 Text Books 1. PHI New Delhi.G.. Digital Signal Processing.

pressure. R-2R. Software Drivers. Bus standard for communication between instruments .Instrumentation amplifiers: Basic characteristics . High-pass. dc and ac voltages and currents (CTs. Unit 6 (7 Hrs) Software Design Strategies-Hardware Vs Software Interrupts-Foreground/ background Programming Techniques. Sample and Hold Amplifiers Unit 4: Signal Conversion and Transmission (7 Hrs) Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADC)-Multiplexers and demultiplexers . Communication via parallel port . flow. Interrupt-based Data Acquisition. Chopped and Modulated DC Amplifiers -Isolation amplifiers . Opamp RC Circuits for Second Order Sections-Design of Higher Order Filters using second order sections using Butterworth Approximation-Narrow Bandpass and Notch Filters and their application in DAS.Digital multiplexer . Study of a representative DAS Board-Interfacing Issues with DAS Boards. Circular Queues . Hall Effect Current Sensors.classification and types of filters . Speed.Intelligent transmitters.Optical Fiber Based Signal TransmissionPiezoelectric Couplers.Noise Reduction Techniques in Signal Conditioning. Flash ADC .Buffer amplifiers . Block Diagram Description of DAS. Band-pass and Band-rejection and All Pass: Butterworth.Single and multichannel DAS-Transducers for the measurement of motion. Speed. Post Filtering.Modulation techniques and systems-Telemetry systems.Limitations of Polling . Opto-sensors.USB-4-to-20mA current loop serial communication systems. Chebyshev and Elliptic filters . PTs for supply frequency as well as high frequency.Introduction . Modular Programming Techniques for Robust Systems.RS-232C. Successive Approximation ADC .GPIB (IEEE-488bus) . A/D Conversion. High Voltage Sensors . Quantization Errors . Digital-to-Analog Conversion(DAC) .Low pass.11 503304 (Elective I) ii] DATA ACQUISITION AND SIGNAL CONDITIONING Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme 3 Hours / Week Paper : 100 Marks (7 Hrs) Unit 1: Transducers & Signal Conditioning Data Acquisition Systems (DAS). Techniques.Weighted Resistor.) Unit 2 Signal Conditioning: (7 Hrs) Requirements . force.Transmitters . level. Conversion Errors. Bessel. Conversion Processes .General configurations . Virtual Instruments. Unit 5 : Digital Signal Transmission And Interfacing (7 Hrs) DAS Boards-Introduction. (7 Hrs) Unit 3 : Filtering and Sampling Need for Prefiltering-First and second order filters . Rogowski Coil etc.Opto couplers . Dual Slope ADC. I/O vs Memory Addressing. Objectives of DAS . Weighted Current type of DACsMultiplying Type DAC-Bipolar DACsData transmission systems-Schmitt Trigger-Pulse code formats.

3.George C. Asia. "Instruments and Automatic Test Equipment".Ernest O Doeblin. ( Int. Al . ISBN 0-07-085544-7 .. 1987. 1988.Butterworth &Co.. New Delhi. "Measurement Systems: Application and Design". 4. McGraw-Hill. edition) 1975. ISBN 0-07-100697-4 2. Prentice Hall of India. 1988. 4. "Practical digital and Data Communications with LSI".Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation.12 Text Books 1.Operational Amplifiers. A. "Intelligent Instrumentation". Prentice Hall of India Pvt Ltd.Advanced Microprocessors and Peripherals...B.John Uffrenbeck. 2. Longman Scientific & Technical Group Ltd. 3. Programming.E. edition) 1990. Reference Books 1. McGraw Hill ( Int. K. . "The 80x86 Family ..Barney.K Ray et. Tata McGrawHill. Pearson Education .Design.. Bates Paul. And Interfacing".. UK. Oliver Cage. . G..Ibrahim. Clayton.

Using any simulation software.Simulation Overview . A/D . .Review of Graph Theory as applied to Electrical Networks .Creating Symbols . A/D .Analog Behavioral Modeling .Placing Probes in the Design .A/D Analyses .Modifying Wire Attributes .Performing a Transient and DC Analysis . Unit 2 (7 Hrs) Computer Formulation of Equations for Power Electronic Systems .Creating .Systematic method of Formulating State Equations Computer Solution of State Equations . Unit 5 (7 Hrs) Design Creation and Simulation with any simulation software .Displaying Simulation Results . Design of three phase full wave controlled rectifier.Creating and Preparing a Circuit for Simulation .Viewing Results .Wiring the Schematic .Performing AC Analysis and Invoking Unit 6 (7 Hrs) Design of single phase half wave controlled rectifier and full wave controlled rectifier. The closed-loop response of the output Voltage for the diode rectifier–boost converter.Modelling of Electrical Machines Modelling of Control Circuits for Power Electronic Switches.Statistical Analyses . Unit 4 (7 Hrs) Preparing a Schematic for Simulation .Explicit Integration method .Semiconductor Device modelled as Resistance.Simulation Examples of Power Electronic systems.Editing the Symbol .Setting Up and Running analyses .13 503304(Elective I) iii] DIGITAL SIMULATION OF POWER ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS Teaching Scheme 3 Hours / Week Examination Scheme Paper : 100 Marks (7 Hrs) Unit 1 Principles of Modeling Power Semiconductor Devices – Macro models versus Micro models Thyristor model . Unit 3 (7 Hrs) Circuit Analysis using Software .Simulating a Circuit with software.Placing the Parts .Examples of Power Electronic Systems.Simple Multi-run Analyses .Implicit Integration method.Properties .Models . Resistance-Inductance and Inductance-Resistance-Capacitance combination .

Rashid . 2. 3. Muhammad H. SPICE for Power Electronics and Electric Power 2nd Edition. V. User's Guide. MicroSim Corporation. User's Guide. MicroSim PSpice A/D and Basics+: Circuit Analysis Software.14 Text Books 1.Marcel Dekker.Rajagopalan: Computer Aided Analysis of Power Electronic Systems . 4. MicroSim Schematics: Schematic Capture Software. Multisim user Guide Reference Books 1. MicroSim Corporation. CRC press . Inc.

Tensional interaction. Resonance damper. Unit IV: DC Power Transmission Technology (7 Hrs) Introduction-comparison of AC and DC transmission-application of DC transmissiondescription of DC transmission system-planning for HVDC transmission-modern trends in DC transmission. Implementation of unified power flow controller. Unit II: Series Compensation Technique (7 Hrs) Sub-Synchronous resonance. Static VAR Compensation . Basics of STATCOM. Thyristor controlled series capacitor (TCSC) . Static condenser. and other controllers. Different configuration of HVDC scheme. Analysis of HVDC Converters (7 Hrs) Pulse number-choice of converter configuration-simplified analysis of Graetz circuit converter bridge characteristics – characteristics of a twelve pulse converter. Protection against overvoltage. Unit V:. Non-linear variablestructure control. Types of compensation. Unified Power Flow Control .Basic concepts. its applications. Thyristors switched reactor (TSR). Unified power flow. Static VAR compensators. saturated reactor (SR) . Phase angle regulator. Harmonics and Filters: Introduction-generation of harmonics-design of AC filters-DC filters-carrier frequency and RI noise . HVDC System Control (7 Hrs) General principles of DC link control-converter control characteristics –system control hierarchy – firing angle control-current and extinction angle control-starting and stopping of DC link – power control-higher level controllers – telecommunication requirements. Thyristor switched capacitor (TSC). over current. Thyristor controlled reactor (TCR).Introduction. concept. Modeling and control of Thyristorised controlled series compensators. Different faults occurred in converter.15 503305(Elective II) i] FACTS and HVDC Teaching Scheme 3 Hours / Week Unit I : Introduction Examination Scheme Paper : 100 Marks (7Hrs) Basic concepts of reactive power compensation. Implementation of power flow control using conventional thyristors. Unit VI :. and fixed capacitor (FC) Unit III: Facts Controllers & STATCOM (7 Hrs) Variable structure FACTS controllers for Power system transient stability.

no.2. IEEE Trans On Power Systems. Vol. 3.. Sanchez-Gasca. of IEEE. I. 7. 3. Joe H. Narin G. "Flexible AC Transmission". 1998. Direct Current Transmission. IEEE Press. Sydney.76.4.16 Text Books – 1. Barain G. Wiley Eastern Limited.Rakosh Das Begamudre.Hingorani. Narin G. July 1992.139. "Power Electronics in Electric Utilities: Role of Power Electronics in future power systems".4. "High Power Electronics and Flexible AC Transmission Systems". 2.10. Wiley Interscience.Larsen. Einar V. Hingorani.Hingorani. Gyugyi L.Chow. IEEE Spectrum. 1990.1. “Flexible AC Transmission System (FACTS)”.. May 1995. Vol. New Delhi. 4. 1971. "Concepts for design of FACTS Controllers to damp power swings". April 1988. No. New Delhi. Juan J.R. The Institution of Electrical Engineering. New York. Vol. pp 40-45. K. . April 1993. "Unified power flow control concept for flexible AC transmission". John (ed). London 1999. Extra high voltage AC transmission engineering Wiley Eastern Ltd..X. “Understanding Facts”. “Direct Current Transmission”.. New York 2000 2. HVDC Power transmission system. 1971 References – 1. Vol. IEEE Power Engineering Review. Kimbark E. Yong Hua Sung and Allan T. Wiley Interscience. Hingorani. 6 Padiyar. IEEE Proc-C Vol. 5. No. 1990. Edward Wilson Kimbark. London. Narin G. New York. Proc.

Wayne Beaty. steady state model of static phase shifter. John Wiley and sons. power current configuration of SPS application Text Books 1. and Harmonic filter design Active and Passive Filters. operating characteristics of SPS. Dugan. Unit 2 (7 Hrs) HARMONICS Effects-within the power system. Arrillaga. Unit 4 (7 Hrs) MONITORING POWER QUALITY Monitoring essentials. configuration & control. J. 2000. Watson. J. 3. STATCOM. S. Power system harmonics: Computer modeling and analysis.R. various power quality problems. Harmonic elimination. Unit 5 (7 Hrs) SERIES AND SHUNT COMPENSATION Fundamental of series compensation. John wiley and sons ltd. Manuel Madrigal. H. principle of operation. Understanding power quality problems. Bollen IEEE press.17 503305(Elective II) ii] HARMONICS AND THEIR MITIGATION Teaching Scheme 3 Hours / Week Examination Scheme Paper : 100 Marks (7 Hrs) Unit 1 OVERVIEW Sources of pollution and regulations.G. Heydt.Enriques Acha. series on power engineering. McGraw Hill Pub. 4. . second edition. Current industry trends. McGranghan.J. Shunt SVC principles. Fourier transform and wavelet transform. Arrillaga & N. Surya santoso. Chan. Electrical power system quality . Unit 6 (7 Hrs) PHASE SHIFTER Principle of operation. Power quality measuring equipment. M. reliability indices. Modelling and applications of series and shunt compensating devices. 2.Pogei C. THD calculation. Interference with communication Harmonic measurements. Electric power quality . Harmonic distortion due to various sources Unit 3 (7 Hrs) Effects of harmonic distortion.M. H. voltage sag and interruptions . Fourier series.Power System Harmonics – J. Power system quality assessment . 2. transmission problems and needs. Watson Reference Books 1. Mark F. SSSC: principle of operation. TCSC operation in power system.

18 503306: Laboratory Practice – I Teaching Scheme Lab Practice: 6 Hrs/Week Examination Scheme Term Work: 50 Marks Students should perform at least ten experiments under Lab. Practice – I covering the subjects taught during semester .I .

. The student is expected to submit the seminar report in standard format approved by the University of Pune. The topic of the seminar should be out of the syllabus and relevant to the latest trends in Power Electronics and Drives.19 503307: Seminar – I Teaching Scheme Seminar: 4 Hrs/Week Examination Scheme Term Work: 50 Marks Each student is required to deliver a seminar in first semester on state of art of the topic of his/her own choice.

oriented control of induction machines.Permanent magnet machine control .Switched reluctance motor and stepper motor drives.Two quadrant and four quadrant chopper controlled drives. Magnetizing flux .Torque equation . effect of voltage variation on motor performance by ac voltage controllers .Dual converter fed drives.static Kramer drive .oriented control. Rotor control: Static rotor resistance control . Unit IV : Vector Control of Induction Motors (7 Hrs) Principle of vector control . Unit V : Special Drives (7 Hrs) Synchronous Motor Drives: Scalar control .flux oriented control. .slip power recovery.AC equivalent circuit .rotor flux .True synchronous and self modes .Variable frequency square wave VSI drives Twelve step inverters for induction motors .Microcomputer control.separately excited and series motor drives .Current control . Unit III : Induction Motor Drives (7 Hrs) Stator control: Stator voltage control of 3 phase induction motors.Torque expression.evaluation of performance parameters for separately excited and series motor drives . Unit II: Chopper Fed DC Drives (7 Hrs) Single quadrant chopper controlled drives .Vector control . stator .P. and PID controllers .Design procedure Phase locked loop (PLL) control . Unit VI : Closed Loop Control: (7 Hrs) Motor transfer function .Evaluation of performance parameters .20 503308: CONTROLLED ELECTRICAL DRIVES Teaching Scheme 3 Hours / Week Examination Scheme Paper : 100 Marks (7 Hrs) Unit I : Converter Fed DC Drives General analysis of Single phase and three phase semi converter and full converter fed drives .CSI drives.PWM drives . PI.DC equivalent circuit .

3.Krishnan . B. 2. "Vector control of Ac machines" S. University Press. 1992. 1995.Dubey.1998 . Analysis and Control”. Leonard. Narosa Publications. Springer IEEE Press. "Power Electronics and variable Frequency Drives ."Analysis of Thyristor Power Conditioned Motors". Gopal K. Peter Vas. John Wiley & sons."Thyristor DC Drives". 1981 2.21 Text Books 1. Pillai..R.. P. 1997. 3. ”Fundamentals of Electric Drives". Reference Books 1. New York. 1985."Control of Electric Drives".”Electric motor drives: Modelling .PH . Bimal K. 1990."Microcomputer control of power electronics and drives".Technology and Application". IEEE Press. Sen. 4. Bose. W.Bose. Oxford University Press. 1987. 4.K.

Railway Signaling system unit 4 EHV / HV substation system. regenerative braking. 3) Thyristorised Power Controllers by G. inverter system. ZCS.T. Static Reactive Power compensation Text Book: 1) Electric Traction by A. 2)Keith H Billings : Handbook of Switched Mode Power Supplies.Dover 2) Modern Electric Traction by Prakash.22 503309: POWER ELECTRONIC APPLICATIONS Teaching Scheme 3 Hours / Week Examination Scheme Paper : 100 Marks Unit 1 (7 Hrs) Applications in automobile-Starter electronics. Joshi& Sinha Reference Books: 1)Otmar Kilgenstein : Switched Mode Power Supplies in Practice. AC coach air conditioning system. AC-AC electric locomotive.K. hybrid vehicle system. Series loaded resonant inverter. electric two wheeler system. Publishing .Dubey.DC electric locomotive. (7 Hrs) Unit 3 Regenerative braking system. AC-DC electric locomotive. Dorodla. Active filter system (7 Hrs) Unit 5 (7 Hrs) Non conventional energy system-Solar system – dc dc converters. resonant converters – ZVS. uninterrupted supply system. John Wiley and Sons. McGraw Hill Company. Wind turbine station – excitation system. Unit 6 (7 Hrs) Switch Mode Power Supplies . Battery chargers Unit 2 (7 Hrs) Application in railway system. battery chargers.

2003 . 2001 2. power and converter transformer design procedure and K-factor transformer design.Basic concepts Unit 2 (7 Hrs) Modeling of SMPS DC transformer model.Lipo. control and modeling using SIMULINK”. 2001. 3-φ rectifiers. IEEE series on Power Engineering. Voltage Mode control of SMPS. General control law considerations.Erickson. 2.principles and practice”. DC-DC converters and Inverters using MATLAB/SIMULINK Dynamic modeling of DC and AC machines using SIMULINK/ SCI LAB . Thermal considerations.Krishnan.Grahame Holmes. Switching function approach for modeling of power electronic circuits Unit 3 Thermal design and modeling Heat sink design and selection of heat sink (7 Hrs) Unit 4 (7 Hrs) Magnetic component design – Magnetic materials and cores.. Transfer Function.“Advanced Electrical Drives. design of inverters Unit 6 Design of complete converter inverter system model (7 Hrs) (7 Hrs) Text Books 1.“Fundamentals of Power Electronics”. inductor.“Pulse width modulation for power converters.Analysis. Ned Mohan. 3. Robert W.“Electric Motor Drives. 2nd Edition.“Modern Power Electronics and AC drives”. Source to Output Transfer Functionstability. Analysis and Control”. State Space Averaging and Linearization. 2002. special inductor design and procedure. R. Source to State Transfer Function. Peasron Education Inc. D. magnetic shielding design.Modeling. B. Thomas A.K. Prentice Hall Inc. design of converters.23 503310: DESIGN OF POWER ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS Teaching Scheme 3 Hours / Week Examination Scheme Paper : 100 Marks Unit 1 (7 Hrs) Modeling of basic power electronic circuits and Electric drives Modeling of 1-φ. Kulwer Academic Publishers. MNPERE-2001. Dragan Maksimovic. Reference Books 1..Bose. Copper windings. Unit 5 Design of soft starters. AC Small Signal Approximation. Loop Compensation.

Unit 4 (7 Hrs) SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR DRIVES Adjustable frequency operation.C. various components of automation. Text Books 1. Franklin Book Co. Introduction to cycloconverter fed induction motor drive. (7 Hrs) Unit 2 D.K.24 503311(Elective III) i] AUTOMATION IN INDUSTRIAL DRIVES Teaching Scheme 3 Hours / Week Unit 1 Examination Scheme Paper : 100 Marks (7 Hrs) INTRODUCTION Definition.”Power Electronics Control of AC Motors”. voltage fed drive. motors. sensor less vector control and DTC drive. Dubey G. recent trends in automation and case studies. different sensors used in automation. state of art of power electronics and drives. “Power Electronics and Variable Frequency Drives-Technology and applications “. “Power Electronics and AC Drives” Prentice Hall. Wiley. PLC introduction and ladder programming. modern control techniques: variable structure. (7 Hrs) Unit 3 INDUCTION MOTOR DRIVES Review of braking and speed control of induction motors.K. New York 3. controlled current and controlled slip operation. Prentice Hall. and Turnbull F. Mathematical modeling of dc drives. selection of motor rating. transient response and stability analysis. multi-quadrant operation.M. DRIVES Review of braking and speed control of D. steady state & transient stability of Drive. IEEE Press .. Types of loads. Murphy J. loss minimization in adjustable speed drives.C.. controlled voltage. current fed self-controlled drive. Mathematical modeling of induction motor drives. Power Semiconductor Controlled Drive. New Jersey 2. Sen P. constant V/F.K. constant air gap flux.D. Bose B. stability analysis.. Unit 6 (7 Hrs) Industrial application of automation.C.. New Jersey 2.G. Referance Books 1. Unit 5 (7 Hrs) AUTOMATION USING DRIVES Introduction. Bose B. adaptive control. Thyristor Controlled DC Drives.

1956.A. Lowther and P. New York. Unit VI : Design Applications (7 Hrs) Design of Solenoid Actuator -Induction Motor -Switched Reluctance Motor –Synchronous Machines.Elsevier. London. Unit V : CAD Packages (7 Hrs) Elements of a CAD System -Preprocessing -Modelling -Meshing -Material properties Boundary Conditions -Setting up solution –Post processing. 1989. Analysis and Design of Electromagnetic Devices. Unit II : Mathematical formulation of Field problems (7 Hrs) Development of torque/force -Electromagnetic Field Equations -Magnetic Vector/Scalar potential -Electrical Vector/Scalar potential.Shape functions -Stiffness matrix -Solution techniques.P. New York.Silvester. Computer. Computer Aided Design in Magnetics.H. 1983 2.S.25 503311(Elective III) ii] COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL MACHINES Teaching Scheme 3 Hours / Week Examination Scheme Paper : 100 Marks Unit I : Introduction (7 Hrs) Conventional design procedures -Limitations -Need for field analysis based design. Text books 1. Amsterdam.Silvester and Ferrari.Aided.R. “Finite Elements for Electrical Engineers” Cambridge University press. Unit IV : Philosophy of FEM (7 Hrs) Mathematical Models -Differential/Integral equations -Finite Difference method -Finite Element Method -Energy minimization -Variational method -2D Field problems . . (7 Hrs) Unit III : Stored energy in field problems –Inductances -Laplace and Poisson's Equations -Energy functional.Principle of energy conversion.Discretisation. Springer Verlag. 3.D.Hoole.

1995.C. Trowbridge. London. W. "An Introduction to Computer Aided Electromagnetic Analysis"' Vector Field Ltd. MAXWELL & ANSYS.J.Salon. . "Finite Element Analysis of Electrical Machines" Kluwer Academic Publishers.26 References 1.S. Software Packages. 2. 3.User Manuals of MAGNET.

Addressing modes – Instruction set – Assembly Language programming – Handling complexity in Assembly language coding. driving steppers. Unit 6 Case studies (7 Hrs) Case study of 8051 based systems like Numerical protection relays. actuators. PWM module. sensors and actuators. BLDC motor & its driving. High speed Output.bipolar and unipolar operation.i) Stepper motors. half-stepping and micro-stepping. Architecture of micro-controllers 8051 and Program memory and data memory – Parallel ports – AD and DA converters – Reset circuitry – Watch dog timers – Power down considerations. (7 Hrs) Overview of micro-controllers. Auto synchronizing unit. High Speed Input. motor drive ICs ii) DC motors. Tables and Strings.27 503311(Elective III) iii] MICRO-CONTROLLERS APPLICATIONS Teaching Scheme 3 Hours / Week Examination Scheme Paper : 100 Marks Unit 1 Role of micro-controllers and its comparison with microprocessors. Motors. LED. LCD. Intelligent Transformer. pick/hold heaters. . Unit 2 (7 Hrs) Programming Techniques Overview of programming framework: register structure. High efficiency Induction Motors. Macros and assembler directives. C/c++ programming for 8051 Unit 4 Analog output Interfacing (7 Hrs) Solenoids.Relay control and clamping. DC motor controller. Electronic speed governors. DAC. State machines. Intelligent Switchgear.driving dc motors. ADC for Power electronics control circuit using INTEL 8051 Interfacing external hardware like Driver ICs. Unit 3 (7 Hrs) Software building blocks: Queues. Unit 5 Designing with peripheral resources and external HW (7 Hrs) Designing with Timers.

M. Newnes Publication 2004.Ayela and D.A. Ball.j. 3.Phan. Han-Way Huang. Cengage Learning publisher 2. Satish Shah.V.”The 8051 Microcontroller and Embedded systems using Assembly language and C”..Mazidi . "Analog Interfacing to Embedded Microprocessor Systems”. Pearson Education publishers. .Gadre. I.W.28 Text Books 1.Scott Mackenzie and Raphael C.”The 8051 Microcontroller and Embedded systems”.”The 8051 Microcontroller” . Cengage Learning publisher 3] Stuart R. Pearson Education publishers.” Embedded system design using C8051”.G. Kenneth. Benison Education publisher References 1. . 2.Mazidi and J.” Embedded system design using The 8051 Microcontroller Family” .Forth edition.

predicate calculus. "Neural Networks & Fuzzy Systems A dynamical systems approach to machine intelligence. Lin C. multi-layer feed forward networks. 2. fuzzy relations. New York.V. matrix representation. and Lee G. defuzzification methods Unit 2 Unit 3 ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: (7 Hrs) Introduction. Addition Wesley Co. Fuzzy Logic And Genetic Algorithm Synthesis and applications?. PHI New Delhi. Goldberg D. Reference Books 1. membership functions. Prentice Hall International Inc. radial basis function and recurrent networks. Kosko B. Unit 4 (7 Hrs) Introduction and concepts of genetic algorithms and evolutionary EVOLUTIONARY TECHNIQUES: programming (7 Hrs) HYBRID SYSTEMS: Introduction and Algorithms for Neuro-Fuzzy. (7 Hrs) Definition.29 503312(Elective IV) i] ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN ELECTRICAL DRIVES Teaching Scheme 3 Hours / Week Unit 1 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENT BASED SYSTEMS Examination Scheme Paper : 100 Marks (7 Hrs) Natural language system – perception system for vision speech and touch . reasoning methods. Neuro-Genetic.. Genetic-Fuzzy systems Unit 6 (7 Hrs) Analog and digital techniques – hybrid systems – special purpose VLSI or knowledge based system – knowledge acquisition – knowledge of representation – inference strategy – expert controller.E. back propagation algorithms. Unit 5 VLSI IMPLEMENTATION OF NEURAL NETWORKS Text Books Rajasekaran S. problem solving methods. knowledge representation. predicate logic.neuro-fuzzy control system. 2. . searching techniques. Genetic Algorithms in Search Optimization & Machine .A.. and Pai G.. Prentice Hall of India. "Neural Fuzzy Systems". multivalue logic FUZZY LOGIC: Concepts. "Neural Networks..

Hysteresis Control .Dubey et. Static Reactor Compensators based on thyristors. 2001. Unit II (7 Hrs) Current Regulated Inverter -Current Regulated PWM Voltage Source Inverters.Shunt Reactive Power Compensators.sliding mode control(SMC). Switched Mode Rectifier . Prentice Hall India. Control Principles. 2. Power Electronics. IETE Press . John Wiley & Sons. John Wiley and Sons. Switched Capacitors. Rashid . K Bose.Power Electronics. Tata McGraw Hill 3. 1984. G. Three Phase SPWM Inverters.R.1993 . Unit IV Active Power Filtering. Power Semiconductor Circuits. B. Power Electronics. Pearson Education (Asia).K.Space –Phasor model Unit V I (7 Hrs) Sensorless control of Synchronous motor drives. Effect of Blanking Time on Inverter Output Voltage. 4. Static Reactive VAR Generators using PWM Current Regulated VSI. 1989. Power Electronics. Tata McGraw Hill.. 1993. 3.Operation of Single/Three Phase Bridges in Rectifier Mode.Areas of application of Current Regulated VSI. Reference Books 1. 1992. 2. model referencing adaptive control(MRAC). Cyril W Lander.K. Selective Harmonic Elimination Method. Cycloconverter fed Synchronous motors.1993 G. Modern Power Electronics and AC Drives. 5. Wiley Eastern Ltd. Kasaravada.30 503312(Elective IV) ii] SPECIAL TOPICS IN POWER ELECTRONICS AND DRIVES. Dubey & C. PWM Current Regulated VSI based implementation of a Single Phase Active Power Filter. Dewan & Straughen. Power Electronics & Drives. Harmonic Generation by PE Equipment. Unit V (7 Hrs) Sensorless Vector control of Induction motor drives. Unit III (7 Hrs) Power Factor Control . Adaptive control of IM drives-self tuning control. Text Books 1. Harmonic Pollution Standards. Teaching Scheme 3 Hours / Week Examination Scheme Paper: 100 Marks Unit I (7 Hrs) Three Phase Square Wave /Stepped Wave Inverters. Ned Mohan et al. Thyristorised Power Controllers.

either from the same Board or from any other Board. with the consent of his guide.31 503312(Elective IV) (iii): Open Elective Teaching Scheme Theory: 3 Hrs/Week Examination Scheme Paper: 100 Marks Candidate will have option for any one of the elective subject from the exiting Pune University PG programmers. .

.32 503313: Laboratory Practice – II Teaching Scheme Lab Practice: 6 Hrs/Week Examination Scheme Term Work: 50 Marks Students should perform at least ten experiments under Lab. Practice – II covering the subjects taught during semester – II.

The student is expected to submit the seminar report in standard format approved by the University of Pune. .33 503314: Seminar – II Teaching Scheme Seminar: 4 Hrs/Week Examination Scheme Term Work: 50 Marks The student is required to deliver a seminar in second semester on the topic relevant to latest trends in Power Electronics and Drives preferably on the topic of his/her dissertation.

.34 603301 : Seminar– III Teaching Scheme Seminar: 4 Hrs/Week Examination Scheme Term Work: 50 Marks The Term Work will consist of a report prepared by every student on a seminar topic on Advancement in Technology related to the selected dissertation topic or closely related to dissertation and oral presentation. The student is expected to submit the seminar report in standard format approved by the University.

The project aims to provide an opportunity of designing and building complete system or subsystems in an area where the student like to acquire specialized skills. The student should present the progress of the project.) . The project should be based on the knowledge acquired by the student during the coursework and should contribute to the needs of the society. literature survey. It will consist of problem statement. project overview and scheme of implementation (block diagram.35 603302 : Project Stage – I Teaching Scheme Project: 2 Hrs/Week/student Examination Scheme Term Work: 50 Marks Project Stage – I is the integral part of the dissertation project. etc. PERT chart.

Project Report 4.36 603302 : Project Stage – II Teaching Scheme Project: 2 Hrs/Week/student Examination Scheme Term Work: 150 Marks Oral: 50 Marks The Project Stage-II will be evaluated on the basis of – 1. Understanding of the problem statement. Oral examination Term-work will be assessed jointly by a pair of internal and external examiners along with the oral examination of the same. . Physical inspection of the project in case of hardware project. 3. 2.