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5 SUBJECT TITLE : INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS (1561)

• Year : Third Year

• Teaching and Examination Scheme :

TEACHING SCHEME EXAM SCHEME & MAXIMUM MARKS

THEORY PRACTICAL PAPER


TH
TH PR OR TW SW
HRS/WEEK HRS/WEEK HRS.

2 2 3 100 - 50 - 50

• RATIONALE :

This subject is classified under technology group & student to learn facts, concepts &
principles of power electronics & operation of power electronic devices & operation of
thyristors at awareness level. At the end of this subject, the student will be aware of the role
of industrial electronics in the field of electronics while working as technician in other
technology area communication systems.
CONTEXT IN THE FORMOF LINK DIAGRAM SHOWING
INTERRELATIONSHIP OF SUBJECT AREA

HUMAN SCIENCES CORE TECHNOLOGY TECHNOLOGY


Communication skills SUBJECTS SUBJECTS
Generic Skills Information Technology Microprocessor &
Industrial organization & Workshop Practice Microcontroller
Electrical Engineering Communication
Supervisory
Electronic Systems I
Management
Measurements & Industrial
Instruments Electronics
Applied Electronics Communication
ENGINEERING SCIENCES
Digital Techniques & Systems II
Engineering Drawings
Instrumentation &
Engineering Mechanics Applications
Control Systems
Basic Electronics Linear Integrated
Digital
Electronics materials & Circuits
Communication
components Power Electronics
Systems

BASIC SCIENCE CURRICULUM


Applied Mathematics OBJECTIVES
Applied Physics Attitude for personal
Applied Chemistry Development
Social skill for social
JOB PROFILE Development
Self Developer Continued learning skill
Membership of for life long learning
Family/Community Technical skill for
/Nation industrial activity
earning to live
Life long learning
domain
Technician in
Supervisory skill,
industry as Investigation &
Maintenance Design skill
Engineer, Testing skill
investigator or Decision making
Designer skill
R & D Technician Planning &
5. Entrepreneur scheduling skill
GRAPHICAL STURCTURE OF THE SUBJECT

Problem To identify Power Electronic devices & to be able to understand the Industrial circuits to know about Industrial Electronics.

Procedures

1 2 4
V.I Operation of Operation of Operation of Operation Operation of Operation of Operation Aware-
characteri- triggering chopper inverter & merits & industrial resistance of high ness of
stics of circuits cyclo- dements & circuits welding with frequency NC &
power converters block block heating CNC
electronic diagram UPS diagram merits & machine
devices & & SMPS demerits
operation

Operation & waveforms Operation of circuit AC Electronic timer Operation of


of poly phase & controlled voltage stabilizer drawing circuit & AC & DC
H.W.F.F.W.R. circuit classification & block working motors
diagram operation

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Principles

Power Triggering Rectification Phase Controlled Inversion & Stabilization RC time High Regula- NC &
electronic & comm.- & polyphase control rectification conversion constant frequency tion CNC
devices utation rectifiers of SCR heating machine

Concepts Power electronic devices, industrial circuits, switching regulators, electronic heating, NC & CNC

Facts Trigger circuits, poly phase rectifiers, controlled rectifier, inverters & cycloconverters, stabilizers,
SMPS & UPS, speed control circuits, modern heating system.
DETAILED CONTENTS : 3.5

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CONTENTS
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1. Power Electronic devices 8 8
Theory
1.1 Introduction to industrial electronics & power electronic devices
1.2 Power electronic devices
1.3 Construction, symbol, working & V-I characteristics of SCR, SCS, LASCR,
LASCS, SUS,SBS, DIAC, TRIAC, PUT, GTO, Power transistor, power
MOSFET, IGBT.
Practicals
1. Plot V-I characteristics of SCR
2. Plot V-I characteristics of DIAC
3. Plot V-I characteristics of TRAC
2 Triggering circuits 8 4
Theory
2.1 Introduction
2.2 SCR turn on & turnoff
2.3 Brief working of triggering circuits- R, RC & UJI relaxation.
2.4 Brief working of different commutation methods natural & forced clan
A, B, C, D & E commutation
3 Poly phase rectifiers 6 3
Theory
3.1 Introduction & brief review of rectification
3.2 Single phase rectifier
3.3 Poly phase rectifier
3.3.1 Three phase H.W.R & F.W.R.
3.3.2 Three diode H.W.R
3.3.3 Four diode H.W.R
3.3.4 Six diode H.W.R & F.W.R.
[ Only circuit diagram, explanation & waveforms no mathematical
derivations]
Practicals
4. Study of 3-phase rectifier.
4 Controlled Rectifiers 6 4
Theory
4.1 Introduction to phase control circuit for SCR
4.2 Classification of controlled rectifier
4.3 Circuit diagram, working & waveform of single phase & three phase
controlled H.W.R. & F.W.R.
[No mathematical derivation]
Practicals
5. Study of phase control of SCR
5 SCR Choppers 4 3
Theory
5.1 Introduction to choppers
5.2 Classification & brief working of choppers step up, step down & Jones
choppers.
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Practicals
6. Study of step up & step down SCR choppers.
6 Inverters & cyclo converters. 10 6
Theory
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Classification of inverters
6.3 Working principle & operation of Series, Parallel & Mcmurry Bedford
inverter.
6.4 Cyclo inveter & cyclo converter.
[Only circuit working, waveforms, no mathematical explanation]
Practicals
7. SCR Series inverter.
8. SCR Parallel inverter.
7 AC stabilizer 6 3
Theory
7.1 Introduction & need of stabilizer.
7.2 Classification of A/C stabilizer.
7.3 Brief working of relay type, servo type resonant type & solid state &
applications
Practicals
9. Study of relay type/ servo type stabilizer.
8 SMPS & UPS 4 4
Theory
8.1 Switching regulators & SMPS – brief working of switching regulator IC,
SMPS, merits, demerits & applications.
8.2 Need of UPS
8.3 Classification of UPS : continuous & continuous back up transfer &
transfer backup.
8.4 Merit, demerits & applications.
9 Industrial circuits 14 10
Theory
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Operation & working of the following industrial circuits : triac as a
switch, phase control circuit, flasher circuits, emergency light system,
Battery charger, Batch counter, flame failure control, photo tachometer.
Practicals
10. Study of triac as a switch.
11. Study of Battery charger.
10 Electronic timer 6 4
Theory
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Brief working of typical timer circuits
1. DC timer using UJT & SCR
2. Ultra precise long time delay
3. Long time delay
4. AC timer
5. Sequential timer
6. IC 555 timer
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Practicals
12. Study of sequential timer.
11 Resistance welding 6 4
Theory
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Basic resistance welding ( types of resistance welding.
11.3 Block diagram & brief working of SCR line contactor, synchronous
weld control, sequential timer for welding & energy storage welding.
Practicals
13. Demonstration of resistance welding.
12 High frequency heating 8 4
Theory
12.1 Introduction & need of high frequency heating
12.2 Operation of dielectric & induction heating [no mathematical
explanation.
12.3 Merits demerits & applications of dielectric & induction heating.
Practicals
14. Demonstration of induction heating
15. Demonstration of Dielectric heating
13 Speed control of ac & dc motors 10 4
Theory
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Speed & torque relation of dc motor [no mathematical derivation]
13.3 Speed control dc motors using SCRs by armature voltage control
method
13.4 Speed control of ac motors (induction motors)
14 NC& CNC machine 4
Theory
14.1 Introduction to NC, CNC, & DNC
14.2 Advantages & disadvantages of NC & CNC machine [only with
respect to awareness level.

IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES
Chapter no 1 to 6, 9 to 11 to be student in detail while all other chapters are to be
studied at awareness level.
REFRENCES
Sr. Year of
Author Title Edition Publisher & Address
No. Publication
G.K. Mithal Industrial
1 15th 1992 Khanna publishers
& Ravi Mithal electronics
Power Tata McGraw-Hill publishing
2 P.C. Sen 11th 1997
electronics company Ltd. New Delhi.
Munammad Power Prentice Hall of India private
3 2nd 1997
H. Rashid electronics LTD. New Delhi – 110 001
4 M. Adithan CNC machine 1996 New age international Ltd.