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INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE

Department of Electrical Engineering

NAME OF DEPTT./CENTRE:
1. Subject Code: EEN-520
2. Contact Hours:

Course Title: Advanced Industrial and Electronic
Instrumentation

L: 3

T: 0

3. Examination Duration (Hrs.):

4. Relative Weight: CWS: 15

5. Credits: 4

Theory: 3

PRS: 25

MTE: 20

6. Semester: Autumn

P: 2
Practical: 0

ETE: 40

PRE: 0

7. Subject Area: PCC

8. Pre- requisite: NIL
9.Objective:
To impart knowledge about the principle, construction and characteristics of
transducers used in industry for the measurement of various physical quantities, including the
signal conditioners needed with these transducers.
10.

Details of Course:

S. No.

Contents

Contact Hours

1.

Measurement of Displacement and Strain: Resistive,
inductive and capacitive transducers for displacement; Wire,
metal film and semiconductor strain gauges; Wheatstone-bridge
circuit with one, two and four active elements, temperature
compensation.
Measurement of Speed and Torque: Electro-magnetic and
photoelectric tachometers; Torque shaft, strain-gauge,
electromagnetic and radio type torque meters.
Measurement of Force and Pressure: Column, ring and
cantilever-beam type load cells; Elastic elements for pressure
sensing; Using displacement sensors and strain gauges with
elastic elements.
Measurement of Temperature: Resistance temperature
detector, NTC and PTC thermistors, Seebeck effect,
thermocouple and thermopile.
Vibration
Measurement:
Importance
of
vibration
measurement, frequency range of vibrations; Absolute
displacement, velocity and acceleration pick-ups; Mass-springdamper system as absolute acceleration to relative displacement
converter; Strain gauge and piezoelectric type acceleration
pickups.

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2.

3.

4.

5.

4

3

3

3

S. No.

Contents

Contact Hours

6.

Smart transducers: Introduction, smart sensors and systems,
case studies-humidity sensor, pressure sensor

3

7.

Intelligent Instrumentation Systems: Components of intelligent
instrumentation systems, systems on chip, typical examples.

4

8.

Analog Electronic Instruments & Measurements: Electronic
wattmeter and energy meter, a.c. and d.c. current probes, AF and
RF power measurement, audio and radio frequency
measurement.
Signal Generators, Analyzers and Recorders: Function
generators, signal synthesizers, spectrum analyzer, logic
analyzer; graphical recorders, FM magnetic recorder.
Digital Measuring Instruments: Digital counter-timer and
frequency meter, digital voltmeter and multimeter, digital storage
oscilloscope.
Total

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9.

10.

11.

6

4

42

Suggested Books:

S.No.

Name of Authors /Book / Publisher

Year of
Publication/
Reprint
1975

1.

Docbelin E.O., “Measurement Systems: Application and
Design”, McGraw Hill

2.

Rangan C.S., Sarma G.R. and Mani V.S.V., “Instrumentation
Devices and Systems”, Tata McGraw-Hill

1983

3.

Barney G.C., “Intelligent Instrumentation: Microprocessor
Applications in Measurement and Control”, Prentice Hall of
India
Helfrick A. D. and Cooper William D., “Modem Electronic
Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques”, Prentice Hall of
India
Stanley W. and Smith R. F.M., “Student Reference Manual for
Electronic Laboratories”, Prentice Hall of India

1992

4.

5.
6.

Nakra B.C. and Chaaudhary K .K.,”Instrumwentation,
Measurement and Analysis”, 2nd ed., Tata Mc Graw Hill

1996

1994
2004

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE
NAME OF DEPTT./CENTRE:

Department of Electrical Engineering

1. Subject Code: EEN-521

Course Title: Digital Signal and Image
Processing

2. Contact Hours:

L: 3

T: 0

3. Examination Duration (Hrs.):

4. Relative Weight: CWS: 15

5. Credits: 4

Theory: 3

PRS: 25

MTE: 20

6. Semester: Autumn

P: 2
Practical: 0

ETE: 40

PRE: 0

7. Subject Area: PCC

8. Pre-requisite: NIL

9. Objective:
To familiarize the students with the concepts of 1-D and 2-D signals, design of 1-D
and 2-D filters, 1-D and 2-D power spectrum and various aspects of image processing.
10.

Details of Course:

S. No.

Contents

Contact Hours

1.

Introduction: Signal processing overview; Image processing
basics; Fundamental signals (1-D and 2-D); Classification of
systems; Characteristics of LTI/LSI systems.

4

2.

Fourier Analysis: Discrete-time Fourier analysis; Sampling
theory; Discrete Fourier transform; Fast Fourier transform; 2D extensions.

5

3.

z-Transform and Digital Filters : z-transform, Inverse ztransform; Causality and stability; Linear phase concept,
Linear filtering; 2-D extensions.

5

4.

Filter Design: Filter structures; FIR filter design; IIR filter
design; 2-D FIR and IIR filter design.

7

5.

Digital Image Fundamentals: Human visual system and
visual perception; Image sensing and acquisition Image file
types; Pixel representation and spatial relationship.

3

Tata Mc Graw Hill 2008 4. K. Contents Contact Hours 6. 2008 Oppenheim A. 6. 2nd Ed. Histogram equalization. 2nd Ed. 7 7. Mitra S. 2008 .. “Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing”. Region growing. 2007 3. No. and Boyle R. Hlavac V.. Jain A.. 2. K.No.. Cengage Learning. Prentice Hall. Analysis and Machine Vision”. Bose T. Prentice Hall. 6 Total 42 11. “Digital Signal Processing : A Computer Based Approach”. Homomorphic processing.. based 5 8. C.. Unsharp masking. “Discrete Time Signal Processing”.. Watershed transform. Interpolation.S. Loss-less compression techniques. and Woods R. Sonaka M. “Image Processing. Image Segmentation: Thresholding. Image Compression: Fundamentals of image compression. Name of Authors /Book / Publisher Year of Publication/ Reprint 2007 1 Gonzalez R. Mean and median filtering.. “Digital Image Processing”. Suggested Books: S. Concepts of least square and Wiener filtering. Wiley Eastern. “Digital Signal and Image Processing”. Image Enhancement and Restoration: Contrast modification and stretching. Pearson Education.W. V and Schafer R. Lossy compression techniques. 1975 5. C. Edge segmentation.

O2 and CO2 concentration in blood. Respiratory System Measurements: Measurement of gas volume.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. Echocardiograph. Transducers and Electrodes: Principles and classification of 2. Contents Human Body Subsystems: Brief description of neuronal. Electrode theory. cardiovascular and respiratory systems. in biotelemetry. GSR measurement. 4. No.): 4. 10. orthotic. Examination Duration (Hrs. Phonocardiograph. flow rate. in prosthetic. ESR measurement. Details of Course: S. Subject Code: EEN. cardiac rate.522 2. their electrical. in medical imaging. Credits: 4 Department of Electrical Engineering Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of electronic instrumentation 9. cardiac output. haemoglobin measurement. heart sounds. value of blood. polarographic measurements. Subject Area: PCC 8. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. blood flow. 1. Plethysmograph. different types of electrodes. flow. muscular. carbon-dioxide and oxygen concentration in exhaled air. mechanical and chemical activities. Instrumentation for Clinical Laboratory: Measurement of pH 5. assisting and therapeutic devices./CENTRE: 1. Contact Hours 4 4 4 4 4 . Objective: To familiarize students with various types of biomedical instrumentation systems being used in clinical laboratory. Electrocardiograph. transducers for Biomedical applications. Contact Hours: Course Title: L: 3 Biomedical Instrumentation T: 1 3. Cardiovascular System Measurements: Measurement of blood 3. Semester: Autumn P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7.

Springer-Verlag. 5. Macmillian. heart lung machine. Khandpur R. 8. Monitoring and Safety Measures Computer Applications and Bio-Telemetry: Real time computer 9. Academic Press.. Weibell F. 6. “Principles of Applied Biomedical Instrumentation”. Patient Care. Measurement of Electrical Activity in Neuromuscular System and Brain: Neuron potential. thermography. 7. “Intensive Care Instrumentation”. W. E. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers Geddes L. ultrasonography. Prosthetics and Orthotics: Introduction to artificial kidney. 2. 4. M. A.. Medical Imaging: Diagnostic X-rays. Hill D. data acquisition and processing. Contents 6. 10. 1. MRI. D. S. and Pfeifer E. Chilbert M. J. medical use of Isotopes. No. diathermy.S. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Limited. muscle potential. and Dolan A. and Baker L. pacemakers. electromyograph. 2nd Ed. “Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurements”. brain potentials... electroencephalograph.. “Handbook on Biomedical Instrumentation”.. Year of Publication/ Reprint 1989 2008 2003 1991 1998 1982 . Lasers: Application of lasers to biomedical sciences. ventilators. 3. “Principles of Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurements”. applications. Antoui H. “Applied Bioelectricity”. A. A. CAT. Assisting and Therapeutic Devices: Introduction to cardiac 11. Suggested Books: S. 12. defibrillators. and Sweeny J.. artificial heart. No.. Cromwell L. Aston R. John Wiley and Sons. Prentice Hall of India Private Limited.. endoscopy. limb prosthetics and orthotics Elements of audio and visual aids.. Total Contact Hours 4 4 2 3 4 3 2 42 11. muscle stimulators.

7. Subject Code: EEN-523 Course Title: Instrumentation Laboratory 2. Objective: To introduce the students various type of sensors/transducers. real time/on-line data acquisition modules. Study and perform Psycho – physiological Measurements for Cognitive Evaluation 6. acquire data from RTDs and thermocouples and compare their response Measurement and analysis of vibrations produced by Impact Hammer using Mechatronics Sensor Board of NI ELVIS System Using Biomedical Virtual Lab and NI Biomedical Setup. medical instruments. 8. 2.No. Examination Duration (Hrs. Details of Course: S. 10. Relative Weight: CWS: 0 5. Perform the Following: (i) HRV Analysis (ii) ECG Analysis (iii) Recording of ECG under incorrect electrode placement. Gain-Phase Bode Plot of RC circuits using NI ELVIS systems 4. Credits: 2 Theory: 0 PRS: 50 MTE:0 6. Interface of Instruments through GPIB port 5. Contact Hours: L: 0 T: 0 3./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1. virtual instrumentation and sensor network protocols.): 4. smart sensors.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. Semester: Autumn P: 4 Practical: 0 ETE: 0 PRE: 50 7. Subject Area: PCC 8. To acquire and analyse image in real time using NI-Embedded Vision System (EVS) and Image Processing Toolkit of LabVIEW Using NI compact RIO and various I/O modules. digital signal & image processing tools. Pre-requisite: Nil 9. Contact Hours 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 . 9. Calibration of Pressure Sensors 3. Contents Calibration of Temperature Sensors 1.

11.No. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. 10. 5. 4. 3. Various manuals of setups available in the Lab and experiment sheets Year of Publication/ Reprint - .S. Total Contact Hours 4 4 6 50 11. 12. Suggested Books: S. Use of Various tools of Digital Signal Processing using Virtual Lab Setup. Use of Smart Sensors/Transducers/Sensors-on-a-board/Wire-less smart sensors for measurement of temperature/vibration on available systems in the lab and interface of these sensors through Zigbee or other protocols. Contents Study of Cognitive enhancement with various interventions using Biopac MP150/B-Alert and Virtual Environment. 2.No.

10.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. Wi-Fi. MEMS Sensors: Concept and methods of making MEMS devices. plasma etching. introduction to protocols and technologies for wired and wireless LANs. Intelligent and Network Sensors: Concept and architecture of 4. and their use in making smart sensors. Examples. device-level networks. Concept of adhoc networks. Bulk and surface micromachining technologies. Details of Course: S. 5. Signal conditioning. on the basis of energy source and type of output signals. No. Classification of sensors 1. Objective of course: To familiarize students with the state of art of smart. Smart Transducer Interface Standard IEEE 1451. Examination Duration (Hrs. Concept and architecture of network sensors. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of electronic instrumentation 9. actuator and transducer. Credits: 4 Department of Electrical Engineering Theory: 3 PRS: 25 P: 2 3 MTE: 20 6. Ethernet. sensors and actuators. Smart Sensor Technologies: Thick-film. Examples. LIGA process. wafer bonding./CENTRE: 1. IC technologies and their use in making smart sensors. Relative Weight: CWS: 15 5. Contact Hours: Course Title: Intelligent Sensors and Instrumentation L: 3 T: 0 3. Subject Area: PCC 8. Examples. Contact Hours 4 5 2 2 12 . Semester: Spring Practical: 0 ETE: 40 0 PRE: 0 7.): 4. 3. Meaning and types of smart sensors. Zigbee and Bluetooth protocols. Sensor Networking: 7-Layer OSI model of communication system. Contents Review: Sensor. thin-film and monolithic 2. intelligent and network sensors. and instrumentation systems and their design. intelligent sensors. RS-485 and Foundation Fieldbus protocols. Subject Code: EEN-524 2.

Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. Fraden J. Future Trends: Neurosensors.. Artech House publishers. Feng Z. Contents Intelligent Instrumentation: Introduction meaning and advantages. 1996 4. No. computing techniques in instrumentation. “Sensors and Signal Conditioning” 2nd Ed. Elsevier Eastern Limited. “Intelligent Instrumentation”. Elsevier Eastern Limited.. John Wiley and Sons. Barney G. 2001 5. Examples. AIP press. Nano-technology. 3. “Wireless Sensor Networks”. Frank R.S. Yamasaki H. and Leonidas G.. I/O techniques. G. Microprocessor application techniques. Design and Applications”. Interfacing of I/O devices.. Ramon P. Biosensors.. 2. No. Total Contact Hours 12 5 42 11. 6. A. “Handbook of Modern Sensors: Physics. “Intelligent Sensors”. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2003 2000 2007 1988 . “Understanding Smart Sensors”. 6. Suggested Books: S... and Webster J. Soft7. Prentice-Hall International Editions.

): 4. PWM converter. resistive load. their operating characteristics. choppers. Contact Hours 3 9 7 5 7 . fully controlled and half controlled converters. Cuk converter. techniques. converters. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of Power Electronics 9./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1. current control methods. SIT. GTO.No. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. Modern semiconductor devices: MOSFET. Heat sink design. Subject Area: PCC 8. Dual converter. buck-boost converter. AC-AC Converters: Three-phase ac regulators. Multi-pulse converters using transformer connections. voltage source converter. DC-DC Converters: Review of voltage and current commutated 4. Relative Weight: CWS: 20 5. output voltage control techniques. driving circuits and 1. Subject Code: EEN-540 Course Title: Advanced Power Electronics 2. Examination Duration (Hrs. Buck converter.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. operation with 5. Single-phase and three-phase cyclo-converters. Contents Solid-State Devices: Review of SCR. Three-phase converters. Objective: To impart knowledge of modern semiconductor devices and their applications in power electronic controllers for rectification. protection. 10. GTO. twelve-pulse converter. Improved Quality Converters: Power factor improvement 3. IGBT. Semester: Autumn P: 2/2 Practical: 0 ETE: 40 PRE: 0 7. Matrix converters. SITH. MCT. boost converter. commutation methods. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 20 MTE: 20 6. Fly-back converter. effect of freewheeling diode. Phase Controlled Converters: Review of single-phase controlled 2. effect of load and source impedances. inversion and frequency conversion with improved performance. Details of Course: S. buck and boost converters.

. “Power Electronics – Converters. “Thyristorised Power Controllers”.S. R. Suggested Books: S. and frequency control... New Age International Private Limited. Underland T. K. Space Vector Modulation. 3rd Ed. 3rd Ed. “Power Electronics.No. “Power Electronics”. and Sinha R.. Devices and Applications”. commutation circuits. 3. Pearson Education. IEEE Press.No. Mohan N. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2008 2008 2001 2007 2008 . 3rd Ed..P. DC link resonant converters. McGraw-Hill International Book Company. “Power Electronics and Variable Frequency Drives – Technology and Applications”. Multi-level inverters. converters Total Contact Hours 9 2 42 11.Circuits. 4.. Doradla S. M. PWM inverters.. Dubey G. Rashid M.K. Current source inverter. Standard Publisher Distributors Lander C. Bose B.. K.. transient voltage suppressing techniques. 5. applications.. operation and control Simulation Techniques: MATLAB simulation of power electronic 7. Contents Inverters: Review of three-phase voltage source inverters. W. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. Wiley India. 2. voltage 6. flying capacitor and cascade multilevel inverters. Joshi A. Harmonic reduction techniques. and Robbins W. Applications and Design”..M. configurations: Diode clamped.

Formulation of dynamic equations of a generalized machine in arbitrary reference frame Analysis of induction machines. 10 frame. Time constants. Subject Area: PCC 8. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 25 MTE: 20 6. Operational 3. 12 modeling in arbitrary reference frame and in field oriented frame.No. Performance analysis Analysis of synchronous machine. Different reference 1. Primitive machine. Contents Contact Hours Generalized transformations. torque expression. Subject Code: EEN-541 Course Title: Analysis of Electrical Machines 2.): 4. Phasor diagram and power 4. 6 of reactances and time constants Total 42 . Examination Duration (Hrs. Physical model.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. Modeling. Asynchronous damping. Measurement 5. 6 angle characteristics. Objective: To present a general theory of rotating electrical machines and the development of mathematical model of the 3-phase balanced machines in arbitrary reference frame and in field oriented reference frame for transient and steady-state performance of ac machines. 8 impedances. dynamic variable. Steady state and transient performance. induction motor 2. Details of Course: S. Relative Weight: CWS: 15 5./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of Electrical Machines 9. Semester: Autumn P: 2 Practical: 0 ETE: 40 PRE: 0 7. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 0 3. Symmetrical and asymmetrical short circuit analysis. 10. Space vector.

Cover Publication.11.M.. New York. Suggested Books: S.Theory and Performance”. 5. No.G. Springer Press. 4. Harley R. Leonard W.D. Vol. “Power Electronics Control of AC Motors”. Concordia. Murphy J.. “Control of Electrical Drives”. Charles. 2. Chapman & Hall.W. Year of Publication/ Reprint 1989 1976 1979 2002 1988 . Turnbull F. Wiley. New York. London. New York. Power System Stability: Synchronous Machines”. 3rd Edition..3.. “The Generalized Theory of Alternating Current Machines”..G. 3.. “Synchronous Machines. Kimbark E. Adkins B. New York. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. Pergamon Press.

No. 6. 5 speeds. Objective: To provide state-of-the-art speed control techniques used in modern ac drives. Resonant-Link Converter fed Drive: Principle of soft switching 7. speed control and performance. 7 direct and indirect FOC. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 25 MTE: 20 6. VSI and CSI fed schemes. Subject Area: PCC 8. commutation at different 2. 4.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. Contents Contact Hours Review: Power electronic converters for ac drive control. CSI with load commutation. FOC-IM Drive: Drive configuration. 10. mathematical modeling. adaptive drive control. for superior high-performance requirements. . influence of parameters. Details of Course: S. LCI-IM Drive: Drive configuration. 6 configuration. voltage 1. inverter control strategies and performance. 3 source and current source inverters. Relative Weight: CWS: 15 5. trapezoidal and sinusoidal drive control structures and performance. 5 in inverters and converters utilizing resonant circuits. Examination Duration (Hrs./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1. modulation strategies and application in IM drives. Switched Reluctance Motor Drive: Principle of operation. fed from LCI/VSI/CSI. Permanent Magnet SM Drive: Principle of operation. Subject Code: EEN-542 Course Title: Advanced Electric Drives 2. control structure.): 4. 3. Brushless DC Drive: Self control. converter 5. mathematical modeling. sensors. Semester: Spring P: 2 Practical: 0 ETE: 40 PRE: 0 7. 5 low speed commutation. resonance problem and performance. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 0 3. synchronization. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of Power Electronics and Electric Drives 9. 5 converter circuits.

Suggested Books: S. and Turnbull F. Year of Publication/ Reprint 1989 1990 2001 2007 2008 2007 .S. D. "Power Electronics and Variable Frequency Drives". Prentice Hall of India Private Limited. Dubey G.. K. No. 6. Contents Contact Hours Advanced Control Techniques: Application of modern and 8. Analysis and Control”. M.. Prentice-Hall International Editions. Bose B. Bose B. "Power Semiconductor Controlled Drives". K. “Electric Motor Drives – Modeling. Springer Press. 6 evolutionary techniques in drives such as fuzzy and ANN control. 4.. Leonard W. Krishnan R. G. 5. K.No. “Modern Power Electronics and AC Drives”.. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. Total 42 11. Pearson Education. IEEE Press. Standard Publisher Distributors. “Power Electronics Control of AC Motors”. 3... Peragmon Press. “Control of Electric Drives”. 2. Murphy J.

Static Voltage and Phase Angle Regulators: Power flow control. their control techniques and applications in enhancement of system dynamic and transient stability.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. SVC and STATCOM . GCSC./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1. variable impedance type series compensators. 10. TCSC and SSSC.No. compensation. Examination Duration (Hrs. Details of Course: S.): 4. Subject Code: EEN-543 Course Title: FACTS Devices 2. cascaded multilevel inverters. system stability. control techniques. TCVR and TCPAR. Thyristor controlled and converter based FACTS controllers. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. Static Shunt Compensators: Midpoint voltage regulation. Semester: Spring P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. power flow and stability. Unified Power Flow Controller (UPFC): Concept of power flow 6. Power Electronic Controllers: Review of PWM voltage source 2. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. impedance type and switching converter type static Var generators. operation and control of UPFC. TSC. 4. improvement of transient stability. Variable 3. 5. inverters used in FACTS. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of Power Electronics and Power Systems 9. Objective: To familiarize students with FACTS devices. control. voltage stability. Contents FACTS: Concept.TCR. Contact Hours 5 4 8 6 4 4 . basic theory of line 1. Interline Power Flow Controller. control range and VA rating. Subject Area: PCC 8. V-I and V-Q characteristics. Static Series Compensators: Concept of series compensation. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. TSSC. Mulit-level inverters.

No. and Varma R. IEEE Press. IEE Press. co8. optimization of 7.. J.. “Reactive Power Control in Electric Systems. Ghosh A. 5. “Flexible AC Transmission Systems (FACTS)”. E. H... “Understanding FACTS”. T. “Thyristor – Based FACTS Controllers for Electrical Transmission Systems.” Kluwer Academic Publishers. 2. Contents Stability Analysis: Modeling of FACTS devices. 6. Total Contact Hours 8 3 42 11. transient and dynamic stability enhancement Applications: Principle of control of FACTS in HVDC links. ordination of FACTS devices with HVDC links. 3. Mathur R. Song Y. 4. and Gyugyi L. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. Year of Publication/ Reprint 1982 2000 2001 2002 2002 2008 . “Power Quality Enhancement Using Custom Power Devices. FACTS..” John Wiley and Sons. Suggested Books: S.No. and Johns A.S. “FACTS Controller in Power Transmission and Distribution”. M. Miller T. and Ledwich G.” Wiley-Interscience. Standard Publishers Distributors. K. Padiyar K.. New Age International Private Limited. G. R. Hingorani N.

Reactive Power Allocation and Scheduling: Sources of reactive power. solution techniques. Parallel Processors: Concepts of parallel computing Total Contact Hours 5 7 5 10 6 6 3 42 . Sparsity directed inversion methods and parallel inversions 2. No. open circuit fault. 6. Derivation of fault admittance matrices. network observability. Details of Course: S.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. modeling of reactive power allocation problem. 10. three-phase model of transmission lines. Sparsity Techniques: Storage of sparse matrix. Semester: Autumn P: 2 Practical: 0 ETE: 40 PRE: 0 7. solution techniquesGauss-Seidal. inverter operation. detection and identification of bad measurements. recursive and weighted least square estimation method. Newton Raphson methods and fast decoupled method.series and shunt impedance. Contents 1. Subject Code: EEN-560 Course Title: Computer Aided Power System Analysis 2. reactive power capability curve. FACT devices. 7. threephase model of sysnchronous machine. Subject Area: PCC 8. 3. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 25 MTE: 20 6. sequence components. Three-phase Load Flow: load flow equations. Pre-requisite: Nil 9. Short Circuit Studies for Unbalanced Network: Z-bus building algorithm. analysis of unbalance faults. 5.): 4. Load Flow with HVDC Link: Balanced AC load flow. Objective: To familiarize with the computer aided methods for power system analysis. DC system model. Relative Weight: CWS: 15 5. incorporation of control equations. transformer modeling. Pseudo-measurements. Examination Duration (Hrs. State Estimation and Bad Data Processing: State estimation of linear and nonlinear systems./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1. unified and sequential solution techniques. Three-phase AC-DC load flow 4. mutually coupled three-phase lines. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 0 3.

J. .F. and Wollenberg B. “ Power Generation. Operation and Control. Abur A. John Wiley & Sons Wood A. John Wiley & Sons 2.. and Watson N. Marcel Dekkar Arrillaga J. 3. Suggested Books: S. No.. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2004 2003 2003 . G. Power System State Estimation: Theory & Implementation.R. and Exposito A.. “ Computer Modelling of Electrical Power Systems. Name of Authors / Books / Publishers 1.11.

1. Concept of reactive power. reactive power flow analysis. real power balance and its effect on system frequency. Credits: 4 Department of Electrical Engineering Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. small signal. large signal. generation control loops. Subject Area: PCC 8. types of excitation systems.): 4.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of power system 9. Elements of an excitation system. structure. Objective: To introduce the engineering and economic aspects of planning. Details of Course: S. design of robust controllers in power systems. operating states of a power system and control strategies. ac and dc regulators./CENTRE: 1. dc. AGC. Contents General characteristics of modern power systems. types of SVC. power system control. ac. controlling power generation and transmission systems in electric utilities. Static VAR systems. fundamental frequency performance of SVC. static and recent developments and future trends. Subject Code: EEN-561 2. Semester: Autumn P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. dynamic performance measures. tie-line bias control. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. AGC in isolated and interconnected power systems. evolution. power . Examination Duration (Hrs. load 3. control of active power and reactive 2. price based unit commitment problem. Automatic generation control (AGC). Contact Hours 8 8 10 8 . frequency control. economic load dispatch. 10. No.active power and frequency control. control and protective functions. Contact Hours: Course Title: Power System Operation and Control L: 3 T: 1 3. function and applications. AGC with economic dispatch. 4. operation. application of SVC.

2nd Ed. 2nd Ed. Operation and Control”.S. Suggested Books: S. Saadat H. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. 2. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2008 2008 2008 2008 1998 2008 . Wood A. D. Contents Division of power system into control areas. Tata Mc-Graw Hill Publishing Company. SCADA systems applications in power networks.. “Power System Engineering”. 4. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Limited. Willey – Inter Science Publications. “Power System Stability and Control”. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Limited... remote terminal units. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Limited. No. supervisory control.optimum control criterion.. McGraw-Hill International Book Company. Nagrath I. 3. and Kothari D. P. Second Edition.. J. J.. Kundur P.. “Power System Analysis”. supervisory master stations. load-frequency control 5. J. SCADA systems. and Stevenson W. two area and multi-areas power system with and without integral control. Grainger J. 1st International Edition. Total Contact Hours 8 42 11. No. communication links. “Electric Energy Systems Theory – An Introduction”. J. “Power Generation. 6. EPRI Series. and Balu N. of single area and two area system . and Wollenberg B. Elgerd O. F. I. “Power System Analysis”.. 5.

Distribution system load flow for balanced and unbalanced system radial and weakly meshed systems (with and without PV buses) Short circuit analysis of distribution systems 5. State estimation of distribution systems 4 6. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. Subject Code: EEN. No. Basics of distribution system reliability 6 7. Distributed generation integration issues in distribution system 4 Total 4 42 . 3 phase transformer modeling 6 3. Contents Introduction to distribution systems 1. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. Distribution system protection issues 6 9. Voltage regulation in distribution systems 2 8. Pre-requisite: NIL 9./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1. Examination Duration (Hrs. Nature of load and load modeling. Subject Area: PCC 8. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. Contact Hours 2 2. Objective: To familiarize the students with the fundamental of distribution system operation and analysis 10.): 4. Details of Course: S.562 Course Title: Distribution System Analysis and Operation 2. 8 4.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. Semester: Autumn P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7.

CRC press. Name of Authors / Books / Publishers 1. Brown R. Northcote-Green J. A. and Willson R.11.. O. 2. Chowdhury A. Kersting W. New York. “Power distribution system reliability practical methods and applications”. “Distribution system modeling and analysis”. New York. CRC press. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2002 2009 2007 2009 .. 4. 3. Suggested Books: S. CRC press. Wiley IEEE press. and Koval D. E. No. “Control and automation of electric power distribution systems”. New York.. H. “Electric power distribution reliability (second edition)”.

Contact Hours: Course Title: EHV AC and DC Transmission Systems L: 3 T: 1 3. power loss. Contents EHVAC Transmission System: Sequence impedance calculation. HVDC Transmission System: Brief history of HVDC transmission 5. EHV Transmission Line: Introduction. comparison with EHVAC transmission. Subject Area: PCC 8. Improvement of system performance due to reactive power compensation. their analysis and control. 3. principles of series and shunt compensation.): 4. electrostatic field of EHV lines. audible noise and radio interference due to corona. conductors. CC and CEA control. Total Contact Hours 12 6 3 5 16 42 . Semester: Autumn P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. 1./CENTRE: 1. analysis of faults in HVDC converters. system. Credits: 4 Department of Electrical Engineering Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. No. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of power system 9. concepts of design. Reactive Power Compensation: Basic concepts of reactive power 4. analysis of converter circuits for HVDC transmission. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. Objective: To expose students to the advanced concepts in EHVAC and HVDC transmission systems. Corona: Basic phenomenon and calculation of voltage gradient of 2. lines with bundle conductors and ground returns. 10. calculation of transmission line parameters and sequence impedances for lines with ground returns. Examination Duration (Hrs. HVDC control system: CIA. Subject Code: EEN-563 2. Details of Course: S. compensation. basic concepts of multi-terminal HVDC system. sequence networks for various three phase transformer connections.

5. Padiyar K. New Age International Private Limited.. Sood V.. 1.. Arrilaga J. E. Suggested Books: S. “High Voltage Direct Current Transmission”. and Gyugyi L. IEEE Press. New Age International Private Limited. R.. Hingorani N.11. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers Begamudre R.. “Extra High Voltage AC Transmission Engineering”.No. “Understanding FACTS”. Miller T. Standard Publishers Distributors.. John Wiley and Sons. 4. G. 6. K. “Reactive Power Control in Electric Systems”. “HVDC and FACTS Controller”. 3. 3rd Ed. “HVDC Power Transmission System”. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2008 2001 1982 2004 1998 2008 .. Springer. IET Publications. D. J. 2. 2nd Ed.

Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. relations between ac and dc quantities. rectangular coordinates. constant ignition angle control. Converter Charts: Charts with dc voltage and current as 3. HVDC Control Systems: Constant current control. Contents Introduction: Historical development in DC Transmission. problems due to harmonics. Power Diodes. ac and dc filters. Valve blocking and by-passing. bi-polar and homo-polar lines. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of power system and power electronics 9. Choice of converter configuration. Details of Course: S. Starting. Components of HDVC Transmission System. constant 5. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. 10. input harmonics. Converter Operation (Normal And Abnormal): Power Devices2. No. Subject Area: PCC 8. Harmonics and Filters: Characteristic and non-characteristic 4. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. DC Transmission Systems: Mono-polar. Individual phase control and equidistant pulse control. Examination Duration (Hrs. Semester: Spring P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7.): 4. 6-pulse and 12-pulse rectifiers and inverters. back-to-back HVDC systems. Subject Code: EEN-564 Course Title: HVDC Transmission Systems 2. Equivalent circuits of rectifier and inverter. stopping and power flow reversal. IGBTs. VDCOL. Contact Hours 4 12 2 4 8 . Thyristors. Advantages & Disadvantages of DC Transmission over Ac Transmission. charts with active and reactive powers as rectangular coordinates and their relation.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. 1. Main applications of DC Transmission. harmonics. output harmonics. Objective: To provide an in-depth understanding of different aspects of high voltage direct current power transmission system./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1. excitation angle control.

Faults in HVDC System and their Protection: DC line faults. 7. S.S. Total 50 11. R. Parallel Operation of AC-DC Systems: Influence of ac system 3 strength on ac-dc interaction. “HVDC Power Transmission System”. Padiyar K. 8. “HVDC Transmission”. 4 commutation failure. Kimbark E. 8. 10. 5. DC circuit breakers. “Power System Stability and Control”. “Power Transmission by Direct Current”. K. 6. Kamakshaiah & V Kamaraju.. Tata McGrawHill Publishing Company Limited. J. II Ed. H. ac system faults. R. 7.. New York. 9. London. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. Wiley. 3 clearing line faults. “Direct Current Transmission”. rectifier side and inverter side faults.. Suggested Books: S. V. 2. Gil-Soo Jang. effective short-circuit ratio (ESCR). 3. 6. by-pass valves. “Flexible Power Transmission: The HVDC Options”. Measurements: Measurement of voltage and current for fault 2 detection. Advantages of VSC based HVDC Transmission over classical CSC based HVDC Transmission. W. Recent Developments in HVDC Transmission: Problems 8 encountered with classical (CSC based) HDVC Transmission Systems. J. Y. Year of Publication/ Reprint 1971 1975 2008 2008 1998 2011 2007 2009 . “High Voltage Direct Current Transmission”. Kundur P. New Age International Private Limited. Arrillaga.. CCC and VSC based HDVC Transmissions. Ulmann E. “HVDC Transmission: Power Conversion Application in Power Systems”. Voltage Source Converters (VSC). Operation Principle of VSC Based HVDC Transmission. Watson. New York Chan-Ki Kim.. Sood. 4. SpringerVerlag. No. Arrillaga. overvoltage protection. Liu and N. problems with low ESCR systems. McGrawHill Publishing Company Limited. short circuit on a rectifier. converter faults. IEE Power Engineering series.. John Wiley and Sons. No. Selective Harmonic Elimination. Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) techniques. Contents Contact Hours Mis-operation of Converters: Arcback. Seong-Joe Lim and SeokJin Lee. Wiley International New York..

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE
NAME OF DEPTT./CENTRE:

Department of Electrical Engineering

1. Subject Code: EEN-580

Course Title: Advanced Linear Control Systems

2. Contact Hours:

L: 3

T: 1

3. Examination Duration (Hrs.):

4. Relative Weight:

5. Credits: 4

CWS: 20

P: 2/2

Theory: 3

PRS: 20

Practical: 0

MTE: 20

6. Semester: Autumn

ETE: 40

PRE: 0

7. Subject Area: PCC

8. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of Linear Control System
9. Objective:
To introduce advanced control methods, including linear and nonlinear systems.
Also to introduce advanced state space methods.
10. Details of Course:
S. No.
1.

2.

3.

Contents
Introduction: Modeling of dynamical system in continuous time
state space and discrete time state space model, Solution of
continuous time state equation using: Similarity Transformation,
Cayley Hamilton approach and Inverse Laplace approach, Solution
of discrete time state equation.
Controllability and Observability: General concept of
Controllability and Observability, Controllability test for continuous
time and discrete time system, Observability test for continuous
time and discrete time system, Stabilizabilty and Detectability
definition and tests, loss of Controllability and Observability due to
sampling, Controllable and Observable canonical forms
Nonlinear Control System: Nonlinear Models, Equilibrium points,

Contact Hours
6

8

10

Linearization of Nonlinear models, Separable Nonlinearities, Describing
function analysis, Describing function of common nonlinearities, stability
analysis by describing function method, Phase plane analysis of nonlinear
systems, Bang-Bang control system, feedback linearization

4.

Stability Analysis: Stability concept, stability definition in the
sense of Lyapunov, stability of continuous time Linear systems,
stability of discrete time Linear systems, stability of nonlinear
systems, Lyapunov stability theorem, Lyapunov instability theorem,
direct method of Lyapunov for continuous time and discrete time
systems, Lyapunov function for nonlinear systems

8

S. No.
5.

Contents
Controller/Observer Design:
Pole placement technique, Ackerman’s approach and Linear
quadratic regulator for continuous time and discrete time systems,
sliding mode control, H-infinity control, full order and reduced
order observer design.
Total

Contact Hours
10

42

11. Suggested Books:
S. No.

Name of Authors / Books / Publishers

1.

Hostetter G. H., Savant, and Stefani, Design of Feedback Control
Systems, Oxford University Press
Kailath Thomas, Linear Systems, Prentice Hall
Khalil, H., Nonlinear Systems, 3nd Ed., Macmillan,
Slotine, J.J., and Li. W.P., Applied Nonlinear Control, PrenticeHall,
Vidyasagar M., Nonlinear Systems Analysis, Prentice Hall, 2nd
Edition

2.
3.
4.
5.

Year of
Publication/
Reprint
2001
1996
2002
1991
1992

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE
NAME OF DEPTT./CENTRE:

Department of Electrical Engineering

1. Subject Code: EEN-581

Course Title: Intelligent Control Techniques

2. Contact Hours:

L: 3

T: 0
Theory: 3

3. Examination Duration (Hrs.):

4. Relative Weight: CWS: 15

5. Credits: 4

PRS: 25

MTE: 20

6. Semester: Autumn

P: 2
Practical: 0

ETE: 40

PRE: 0

7. Subject Area: PCC

8. Pre-requisite: Control Systems
9. Objective:
To introduce soft computing and intelligent control techniques and to apply these
techniques to solve real-world modelling and control problems
10. Details of Course:
S. No.
Contents
Fuzzy Logic Systems: Fuzzy sets, operations on fuzzy sets, fuzzy
1.
relations, operations on fuzzy relation, linguistic variables, fuzzy ifthen rules, compositional rule of inference, fuzzy reasoning.
Fuzzy Logic Control: Basic concept of fuzzy logic control,
2.
reasoning with an FLC, relationship to PI, PD and PID
control,design of FLC:determination of linguistic values,
construction of knowledge base, inference engine, tuning,
fuzzification and defuzzification, Mamdani type models, TakagiSugeno-Kang (TSK) fuzzy models
Artificial Neural Networks: Perceptrons, perceptron training rule,
3.
gradient descent rule, multilayer networks and backpropagation
algorithm, convergence and local minima, regularization methods,
radial basis function networks, alternative error functions,
alternative error minimization procedures, recurrent networks,
extreme learning machines, unsupervised networks.
Neural Networks for feedback Control: Identification of system
4.
models using neural networks, Model predictive control, feedback
linearization and model reference control using neural networks,
Neural Network Reinforcement Learning Controller,Adaptive
Reinforcement Learning Using Fuzzy Logic Critic, Optimal
Control Using NN

Contact Hours
6

6

12

8

Christopher M. Year of Publication/ Reprint 1995 2009 1993 2011 2004 . John Wiley and Sons SR Jang. E Mizutani “Neuro-fuzzy and soft computing: a computational approach to learning and machine intelligence”. Timothy J. Narosa Publishing House. 3rd edition. 3. New York S. “Neural Networks and Learning Machines” (3rd Edition).S. ANFIS and extreme5. No. Haykin. Oxford University Press. particle swarm optimization. Bishop. Ross. “An Introduction to Fuzzy Control”. Suggested Books: S. Contents Hybrid algorithms: Neuro fuzzy systems. Reinfrank. Prentice Hall Driankov. “Neural Networks for Pattern Recognition”. genetic algorithm. Hellendoorn. “Fuzzy Logic with Engineering Applications”. derivative free optimization methods. ANFIS.. Name of Authors / Books / Publishers 1. Prentice-Hall of India 2. No. Solution of typical control problems derivative free optimization. Total Contact Hours 8 40 11. 4. CT Sun. 5.

Credits: 4 CWS: 15 Theory: 3 PRS: 25 P: 2 Practical: 0 MTE: 20 6. power spectral density. Contact Hours 4 14 4 10 6 . Pre-requisite: NIL 9.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. Examination Duration (Hrs. Semester: Autumn ETE: 40 PRE: 0 7. linear systems to random inputs. auto correlation and cross correlation function. application of reduced order models algebraic reduction methods. modeling methodologies and various analysis techniques.No. probability distributions. discrete and continuous random variables. domain and frequency domain. Reduced Order Models. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 0 3./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1. Stochastic process. of systems of objectives of constructing models. random 4. properties of cumulative distribution and probability density function. joint distribution functions. different reduction methods in time domain and frequency domain. Subject Code: EEN-582 Course Title: Advanced System Engineering 2. principles used in modeling 1. Probability concepts. Details of Course: S. necessity for model reduction. System simulation. signals. classification of random process. response of 5. Objective: To provide system engineering concepts. advantages and disadvantage steps in simulation 3. Relative Weight: 5. Subject Area: PCC 8. Contents Systems models and their classifications.): 4. Reduced Order Modeling Problem in time 2. sample space. study. 10. density and distribution functions. statistical averages of random variables. characterization of random variables. models of discrete systems. stable reduction methods.

. Random Variables and Random Signal Principles”. Tata McGraw Hill Papoulis A. reliability of complex system. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. 5.. Suggested Books: S. P. Jr.9. PHI 3. Series Volume. “Probability. Series and parallel systems. “ Probability and Statistics”..S. 4th Edition. Gordon G. component 6. Singh M. Prentice Hall of India 2. “System Simulation”. Volume -3...No. Pergamum Press Peebles Z. Contents Basic principles of system reliability and failures.. Bath tub curve. 4. S. North Holland NY Mahmud M. reliability and hazard model. “ Large Scale Systems Modelling”.No. Jamshidi M. Total Contact Hours 4 42 11. “Large Scale Systems Modeling and Control “. Year of Publication/ Reprint 1978 1983 1981 2002 1990 . G.

dead-zone. input-state linearization. Popovs hyperstability theorem. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. Aizermans and Kalmans conjecture. Examination Duration (Hrs. on-off non-linearity. Relative Weight: 5. Contents Introduction: Linear versus nonlinear systems Describing function analysis: Fundamentals. Subject Code: EEN-583 Course Title: Non Linear and Robust Control 2. Credits: 4 CWS: 25 P: 0 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 Practical: 0 MTE: 25 6. Contact Hours 2 6 6 6 . Singular points characterization. 4. Semester: Autumn ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. Objective: To introduce advanced control methods. Details of Course: S. common nonlinearities (saturation. Stability in the sense of Lyapunov and absolute stability. Subject Area: PCC 8. 1. Analysis of non-linear systems using phase plane technique. backlash. Zero-input and BIBO stability. hysteresis) and their describing functions. Kalman-YakubovichPopov Lemma. input-output linearization. Phase plane analysis: Phase portraits. Compensation and design of nonlinear system using describing function method. 2.): 4. generalized circle criterion. Also to introduce advanced state space methods. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of Linear Control System 9. Lure problem. Construction of Lyapunov function-Methods of Aizerman. No. Reliability of describing method analysis. variable gradient method. 3. Popovs stability criterion. Existence of limit cycles./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. Stability Analysis: Concept of stability. Zubov. 10. Linearization: Exact linearization. Describing function analysis of nonlinear systems. including linear and nonlinear systems.

Nonlinear Systems: H. 3. Norms of signals and systems (L_2. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2008 1996 1999 . 2. Name of Authors / Books / Publishers Norman S. H_\infinity) Robust performance and limitations due to physical constraints. implementation of switching control laws. 5. D-scaling problem. Useful Lemmas and Theorems in Robust Control: KYP Lemma. John Wiley & Sons. No. IQC. Nise. Controller synthesis via LMI. Reduction of chattering in sliding and steady state mode. Basics from Matrix Algebra. Robust Control: Overview and Preliminaries: Overview on Robust control. Total Contact Hours 10 02 10 42 11. Concept of variable-structure controller and sliding control. Nonlinear System Analysis: M.S. Vidyasagar. non-linear control system design problem. 7. Riccati equation and inequality. Weightselection. flight control. Gap metric. Controller design via LMI approach. Some design examples of nonlinear systems such as the ball and beam. Control Systems Engineering. Mu Analysis and Synthesis: Robust stability and performance problems. Small-gain theorem.Uncertainties. Khalil. Linear Fractional Transformation (LFT). H_2. Bounded-real lemma. 1. Contents Disturbance issues in nonlinear control. No. Structured singular value. Feedback Linearization. H-infinity controller synthesis: Generalized H-infinity controller synthesis problem. Suggested Books: S. reaching condition and reaching mode. Robust adaptive control. H-infinity Loops haping Design: Four-block problem. Loopshaping concept. D-K Iteration. Passivity theorem. Positive-real lemma. 6. L_\infinity. K. magnetic levitation and robotic manipulator etc.

Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. 10. Computer software for process control. Sensors and Transducers: Basic concepts and working principles of sensors and transducers for measuring process variables like pressure. Controller Principles: Process characteristics. 4. capacitive. Control system parameters. level and flow. Pneumatic controllers. Objective: To introduce the basic concepts of system response. Electronic controllers. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. Semester: Both ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. Composite control modes. 10 4 4 6 ./CENTRE : Department of Electrical Engineering 1. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 P: 0 Practical: 0 MTE: 25 6. 3. Continuous controller modes. Subject Area: PEC 8. Simulation software. temperature. inductive. Details of Course: S. 5. No.requisite: NIL 9.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT.): 4. characteristics of transducers and design of analog and digital controllers. resistive and photoelectric type proximity sensors. 2 2. Electromechanical. Discontinuous controller modes. Response of first order systems in series including non-interacting and interacting systems. Review of Concepts of System Response: Response of first order systems including transfer function and transient response to different forcing functions. Pre. Design considerations. Contents Contact Hours 1. Subject Code: EEN-620 Course Title: Process Instrumentation and Control 2. Microprocessor based controller. Digital Controllers: Digital simulation of control systems. Examination Duration (Hrs. programmable logic controllers and computer control of processes. Analog Controllers: General features.

Control valve characteristics. Viva Books Chemsmond C. 8. McGraw-Hill International Book Company. “Basic Control System Technology”. PLC operation and programming. Pneumatic to electric and electric to pneumatic converters. Control system quality and stability. Control Equipment and Final Control Elements: Details of controllers including measurement unit. 8th Ed. J. comparator. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. Distributed and Supervisory Controls: Introduction and relevance of distributed control. 5 3 4 42 Suggested Books: S. Wilson and Lepla. Chemsmond C. Process loop tuning.. Multivariable control system.. Master control station and remote terminal units. Relay sequences. 5. Harriott Peter. R. “Process Control”. Programmable Logic Controllers: Relay controllers and ladder diagrams. “Process Control Instrumentation Technology”. hydraulic and electric actuators. 3. No. 2nd Ed. Tata McGraw-Hill 2.. Pneumatic. Hardware components of distributed control.. D. Control Loop Characteristics: Control system configuration. Contents Contact Hours 6... Introduction and necessity of supervisory control. “Process Systems Analysis and Control”. 9 11. actuator and final control elements. 4. Johnson C. Total 4 7. Viva Books Coughanowr D. Prentice Hall of India Year of Publication/ Reprint 2004 2004 2008 2008 2008 . J. “Advanced Control System Technology”.S. hydraulic and pneumatic power supply system.No.

3. Alarm annunciators. Semester: Both ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. Reactor power level and coolant measurements. transient response. Current transformers for measurement and protection. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of power system and measurements. Subject Code: EEN-622 2. Examination Duration (Hrs. 10. 4. level. Objective: To provide in-depth knowledge of fast and reliable instrumentation of electrical quantities for power system network and relays for protection of power systems. Temperature scanners. transient performance. 9. Contact Hours: Course Title: Power System Instrumentation L: 3 T: 1 3. errors.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. 1. Steam turbine instrumentation. Contents Measurement of Electrical Quantities: Measurement of voltage. 2. Nuclear Power-Plant Instrumentation: Reactor safety. Thermal Power-Plant Instrumentation: Measurement of gas flow. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. frequency. neutron flux measurement.): 4. Hydro Electric Power-Plant Instrumentation: Measurement of flow. Gas and feed-water analysis. Contact Hours 7 8 8 7 7 . capacitive voltage transformers and their transient behavior. Flame monitoring./CENTRE: 1. Details of Course: S. pressure. composite errors. phase angle. temperature. 5. active power and reactive power in power plants. Subject Area: PEC 8. current. No. hydraulic head and mechanical vibrations. Credits: 4 Department of Electrical Engineering Theory: 3 PRS: 0 P: 0 Practical: 0 MTE: 25 6. Energy meters and multipart tariff meters Voltage and Current Transformers: Voltage transformers for measurement and protection.

“Standard Hand Book of Power Plant Engineering”. “Protective Relays... 2. “Modern Power Station Practice.Their Theory and Practice”. 1. British Electricity International. M.. Year of Publication/ Reprint 1990 1989 1968 2008 . No.S. 4. Volume F: Control and Instrumentation”. Rao T. 2nd Ed. Vol. McGraw-Hill International Book Company. C. R. two-input and multi-input relays. and Warrington C. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. Electromagnetic. Total Contact Hours 5 42 11. electronic and digital relays. S. “Power System Protection – Static Relays with Microprocessor Applications”. Van A. Suggested Books: S. 3. No. Elliott T. Chapman and Hall Ltd. Peragmon Press. Single input. 6. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Limited.. Contents Proactive Relays: Organization of protective relay.

Precision index. 5. Threshold. Noise to signal ratio. Probable error of a finite no. Impedance loading and matching. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. Hysteresis. gross error. Resolution. 2. Histogram. Contact Hours 5 5 5 4 5 4 . Relative limiting error. 10. systematic errors. 6. Subject Code: EEN-623 Course Title: Measurement Errors and Statistical Analysis 2. Probability tables. True value. Input/output impedances. Basic Concepts: Concept of generalized measurement system. Static correction. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 P: 0 Practical: 0 MTE: 25 6. Generalized static stiffness. Combination of quantities with limiting error. Sources and types of noise. 3. Arithmetic mean. of readings. Scale range and scale span. Static error. Repeatability. Contents 1. first and second order measurement systems. Standard deviation. environmental errors. No. Pre-requisite: NIL 9. Subject Area: PEC 8. Details of course: S. Reproducibility. Transfer function. Linearity. Examination Duration (Hrs.): 4. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. Dynamic response of various inputs. Variance Statistical Analysis: Normal or Gaussian curve of errors. Error calibration curve. Average deviation for curve. Measure of dispersion from the mean. Errors in Measurement and their Classification: Limiting error. Drifts. Mathematical Model: Mathematical model of measurement system. Frequency response of zero. 4.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT/CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1. observational errors. Probable Error. instrumental error. Objective: To familiarize students with different types of errors likely to occur in a measurement system along with clarification and statistical analysis of the same. Random Error: Control value. Instrument Characteristics: Static calibration. Statistical treatment of data. Types of errors. Static sensitivity. Semester: Both ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7.

Criteria for goodness of fit. Method of sequential differences. Graphical Representation and Curve Fitting: Equations of approximating curves. 9. Determination of parameters in linear relationships. Method of least squares. Authors / Name of Books/Publisher 1. V. Least square equations of second degree and higher. S.D. Auto-Correlation Functions: Auto-correlation functions of a random signal. Integral Gaussian probability control. 3. Methods of extended differences. Prentice Hall. Normal Probability Distribution Functions: Probability density function. Confidence level. and Cooper W. Limit theorem.No. Uncertainly analysis. Tata Mc Graw Hill Sawhney A. Books suggested: S. Helfrick A.. Murty D. Total 8. Prentice Hall of India 2. Linear least square curve fitting.. Variance and standard deviations of combination of components. C. Dhanpat Rai & Co. Contact Hours 3 2 5 2 42 11. Probable error of combination of components. Nakra B. “Transducers and Instrumentation”.K. D.K. 10. “Modern Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques”. 4. Graphical representation of functional relationships. Rejection of data-Chauvernet’s criterion. Propagation of uncertainties. “Instrumentation. Confidence interval.. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2004 2007 2000 2003 . Contingency tables.S. Contents 7. Statistical properties of a pair of random signals. and Chaudhry K. Rejection of data based upon confidence interval. “Electrical and Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation”. No. Significance test. Measurement Data: Specifying measurement data. Graphical method. Measurement and Analysis”. Determination of uncertainties (Internal standard errors) in the slope and intercept values for linear regression.

Multiplexing – TDM. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. and digital telemetry methods and systems. Pre. Telemetry: Telemetry error. Remote terminal unit details.): 4. optical fiber communication. Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition: Layout. remote signaling and SCADA. Digital transmission techniques. Multi-wire FDM and TDM schemes. Communication between control centre and remote terminal units. FDM and WDM. Details of Course: S. 5. Remote Control and Remote Signaling: Principle of independent messages and combinatorial principle. Conversion and transmission. FM transmitter and receiver. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. 4. Communication between control centres. 3. Objective: To provide knowledge of signal transmission techniques. Control centre details. terrestrial and satellite radio links. Subject Area: PEC 8. Contents Contact Hours 1./CENTRE : Department of Electrical Engineering 1. remote control and SCADA. functions and operation of SCADA system. pulse. AM transmitter and receiver. Multichannel telemetry schemes. Total 3 2. dc. 10. Subject Code: EEN.requisite: NIL 9.624 Course Title: Telemetry and SCADA 2. Signal Transmission Media: Wires and cables. Error detecting and correcting codes. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. Messages and signals. Signal Transmission Techniques: Analog and digital modulation. Signal formation. No. 6. Phase modulation. Semester: Both P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. Introduction: Meaning and importance of telemetry. Power-line carrier communication. telemetry. Amplitude modulation. Examination Duration (Hrs.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. remote control. 15 5 6 5 8 42 . Frequency modulation. Pulse modulation techniques.

A. “Handbook of Telemetry and Remote Control”.. 2.11. R. Year of Publication/ Reprint 1976 2008 1967 1967 1986 .. McGrawHill International Book Company.No. 5th Ed. Ginzburg S. Prentice Hall International Edition. S. 5. “Basics of Data Communication”. 3. 1. McGraw-Hill International Book Company.. Lekhtman I. Pearson Education. Ya. Tomasi W. “Power System Control Technology”. Mir Publishers Cegrell T. “Fundamentals of Automation and Remote Control”. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers Karp H.. 4... Suggested Books: S. L. (Editor). “Electronic Communication Systems: Fundamentals”. and Malov V. Gruenberg E.

analyze and present. Virtual instruments and their advantages. Image acquisition. Semester: Both ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. clusters. Structure of Virtual Instruments: Acquire. graphs. RS 485. 5. data logging. Subject Code: EEN-625 Course Title: Virtual Instrumentation 2. LabVIEW: Introduction. Basics of DAQ h/w and s/w. Compilation and execution in LV. Total 2. GPIB.) PCI. HLL programming – Basic.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. Memory management. Contents 1. Basics of Data Acquisition: Transducers and signal conditioners. VI server. charts. front panel design. applications and test cases. Motion control. Analyses in LabVIEW: Mathematical tools and signal processing tools. string operation. C. 10. C++. Examination Duration (Hrs. Introduction: Historical perspective and traditional bench-top instruments. etc. Pre. 3. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 P: 0 Practical: 0 MTE: 25 6. TCP/IP VI’s. Concepts of real–time systems. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. Bus extensions – PXI and PCMCIA. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. Advanced Concepts in LabVIEW: Data Socket. Interface buses – serial (RS-232. programming techniques. 6. Details of Course: S. Objective: To introduce virtual instrumentation concept and use of graphical language to develop virtual instrumentation systems. Low (Register) level programming. USB./CENTRE : Department of Electrical Engineering 1. Contact Hours 4 4 12 12 6 4 42 . No. Subject Area: PEC 8. Synchronization DLL of LV. 4. Sampling rate and aliasing. arrays.): 4.requisite: NIL 9.

Year of Publication/ Reprint 1999 2005 1997 1997 1998 2010 2010 . Tata McGraw – Hill Publishing Company Ltd. Sokoloff. Suggested Books: S. E.. 2. 2nd Edition.No. 4. PHI Learing Pvt Ltd. Paton B. Johnson G. L. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. 7. “Lab VIEW for Everyone”. “Virtual Instrumentation Using Labview 2E”. Prentice Hall.. Wells L. “Lab VIEW Digital Signal Processing”. Prentice Hall. Jovitha Jeroame. “Virtual Instrumentation using LabVIEW”. Transducers & Lab VIEW”. Prentice Hall International. “Sensors. Tata McGraw Hill Education.. and Travis J. 6. Gupta. “Lab VIEW Graphical Programming”. 3. K. Clark C.11. 5. McGraw Hill. “Basic Concepts of Lab VIEW 4”..

Subject Code: EEN-626 Course Title: Advances in Signal and Image Processing 2. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. Speech Coding Random Variables. Contents Contact Hours 1. Subject Area: PEC 8. multistage decimators and interpolators. Adaptive Lattice Z-Filter.blind equalizers 4 2. Details of Course: S. predictive Error Filter. Multi-rate Signal Processing: Decimation and interpolation.requisite: NIL 9. steepest decent. Unsupervised adaptive filters. Higher order statistics Nonparametric Power Spectrum Estimation: Spectral analysis of deterministic signals. Filter banks. Vectors and Sequences: Random variables. Joint Signal Analysis. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. No. 6. Multitaper Power Spectrum Estimation. Semester: Both ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. Introduction to advanced topics. 2-D adaptive algorithms. 10. 3. Two-channel QMF banks. 5. Introduction: General overview of first course on digital signal and image processing./CENTRE : Department of Electrical Engineering 1. ADPCM. Image restoration. Random vectors. Estimation of the power spectrum of stationary random signals. 4. Examination Duration (Hrs. Least Squares Adaptive Algorithms: The RLS. filters for decimation and interpolation. Pre. Levisson-Durbin Algorithm.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. EDS and fast EDS. Frequency domain adaptive filtering. Estimation of the autocorrelation of stationary random signals.): 4. Objective: To introduce the advance topics in signal and image processing. 7. Linear Prediction: Forward Prediction. LMS Algorithmb block LMS Algorithms. Principles of Estimation theory. Backward prediction. 5 6 4 5 3 5 . Adaptive Signal Processing: Wiener filter. gradient search. Blind Deconvolution. Discrete-time Stochastic processes. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 P: 0 Practical: 0 MTE: 25 6.

M. Artech House. “Digital Image Processing”. and Kogon S.G. “Digital Signal and Image processing”. 3. Perason-Prentice Hall. Color image compression Total 4 9. Color transformations. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. Wavelet packets Color Image Processing: Color fundamentals. 11. Signal Modelling. Cambridge University Press. Adaptive Filtering and Array Processing”. Basics of full-color image processing.... Bose T. John Wiley and Sons. “Digital Image Processing for Medical Applications”. Noise in color images. 6 42 Suggested Books: S.No. Multiresolution expansions.E. Gonzalez R. 2. Ingle V.S. The fast wavelet transform. Manolkis D. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2005 2004 2005 2009 . Psedocolor image processing. “Statistical and Adaptive Signal Processing: Spectral Estimation.. and Woods R. Wavelets and Multiresolution Processing: Background. Geoff Dougherty. Smoothing and Sharpening. Wavelet transforms in two dimensions.K. Wavelet transform in one dimension. 4.C. Contents Contact Hours 8. No. Color segmentation. Color models.

): 4. Electrodynamic methods (EMATs). Imaging and methods of reconstruction. 3. requirements for generation of laser. Pre. Ultrasonics in Medical Diagnosis: Scanning methods used in medical field. Transit-time method. properties. 10. Interference of waves. Semester: Both ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. Ultrasonic Scanning and Testing Methods: Echo from and shadow of an obstacle in the sound field./CENTRE : Department of Electrical Engineering 1.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. Mathematical foundations of lasers 5 2. Objective: To acquaint the students with basics of ultrasonic and laser. Contents Contact Hours 1. Subject Area: PEC 8. Wave physics of sound field. Ultrasonics in Industrial Testing and Measurement: Various scanning methods used in industry. Magnetostrictive methods. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 P: 0 Practical: 0 MTE: 25 6. Plane sound waves at boundaries. Thermal effects and laser techniques. Various industrial applications. Properties and Generation of Laser: Definition. 4. 5. Electrostatic methods. Design and Performance of a pulse-echo detector. Ultrasonic Wave Generation and Reception: Piezoeletcric methods: Mechanical effects. Examination Duration (Hrs.requisite: NIL 9. Optical methods. Details of Course: S. No. Transducer structure and design. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. 5 6 5 4 6 . Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. 6. Subject Code: EEN-627 Course Title: Ultrasonic and Laser Instrumentation 2. their properties useful for applications in industry and medical field. pulse echo method. Ultrasonic Wave Motion: Non-planer waves. Various applications. Doppler method.

Marcel Dekker. Total 5 8. 3.No. 2. and Parker D. Luxon J. alignment. 11. CRC Press. “Ultrasonic Nondestructive Evaluation: Engineering and Biological Material Characterization”. laser marking. E. Year of Publication/ Reprint 1990 2000 2002 1985 . 3 3 42 Suggested Books: S. triangulation. “Industrial Lasers and their Application”. High Intensity Applications of Lasers in Industry: Surface hardening. shadow projection. alloying and cladding Low Intensity Applications of Lasers in Industry: Scanning. Shull P. laser assisted machining. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. 4.S. “Nondestructive Evaluation: Theory. Laser surgery. Krautkramer J. T. Application of Laser in Medical field: Lasers used in medical field and their properties. 9. hole piercing. Techniques and Applications”.. Kundu T. No. Springer Verlag. Prentice Hall International. welding. “Ultrasonic Testing of Materials”.. Contents Contact Hours 7. J. and Krautkramer H.. cutting.

Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3.): 4. Frequency analysis. Positron Emission Tomography. Examination Duration (Hrs. Applications of MRI. Nuclear Medicine Imaging: Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI): Principles of MR Imaging. Their spectrum of applications in medical diagnosis and therapy. 5./CENTRE : Department of Electrical Engineering 1. 4 6 4 6 3 3 42 . Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 P: 0 Practical: 0 MTE: 25 6. Computed Tomography: Image reconstruction theory. Contents Contact Hours 1. 7. MRI & fMRI. 9. 10. Semester: Both ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. 3 2. Fourier Filtering. Imaging Applications in Therapy: Radiation therapy treatment planning. Radiation Biology. risk and protection. Radiography: Film-screen and digital. Subject Area: PEC 8. 8. Details of Course: S. Radiation dosimetry. Pre. No. Mammography & Fluoroscopy. Subject Code: EEN-628 Course Title: Medical Imaging 2. Computed tomography (CT) systems. 6. Conformal therapy / Brachytherapy. Ultrasound Imaging: Principles and practices of ultrasound.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. 5 Image Analysis: Image types and linear transforms. Introduction: General overview of medical imaging system. Total 8 3. Ionizing Radiation: Interaction with matter. MR pulse programming.requisite: NIL 9. 4. Objective: To introduce virtual instrumentation concept and use of graphical language to develop virtual instrumentation systems.

. and Ffytche D.No. Suggested Books: S. “Introduction to Medical Imaging”. 3. Institute of Physics Publishing Ltd. World Scientific Suetens P. (Kluwer) Nadine Barrie Smith & Andrew Webb. Barber D C and Hose D R. “Digital Image Processing for Medical Applications”. Cambridge University Press 2. Cambridge University Press Brown B. H. Cambridge University Press Guy C.. “An Introduction to the Principles of Medical Imaging”. 2nd Edition. Leidholdt E.. 2nd Edition. 4. Smallwood R H. Boone J. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Pub. “ Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering” .. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2002 2011 1999 2009 2005 2009 . Seibert J. A.. M. 6. M. Bushberg J. Geoff Dougherty.11. 5.. T. “The Essential Physics of Medical Imaging”. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. “ Fundamentals of Medical Imaging”.

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE
NAME OF DEPTT/CENTRE:

Department of Electrical Engineering

1. Subject Code: EEN-629

Course Title : Bioelectric Signals and Processing

2. Contact Hours:

L: 3

T: 1

3. Examination Duration (Hrs.):

4. Relative Weight: CWS: 25

5. Credits: 4

Theory: 3

PRS: 0

P: 0
Practical: 0

MTE: 25

6. Semester: Both

ETE: 50

PRE: 0

7. Subject Area: PEC

8. Pre-requisite: Nil

9. Objective:
To acquaint the students with various types of bioelectrical signals under normal and
disease conditions, parameters of clinical importance and analysis of signals for clarification.
10. Details of course:
S. No.
1.
2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Contents

Basic Neurology: Nervous System, neuron; Resting potential; Nernst
equation; electrical equivalents.
Electrical Activity of Heart: Introduction to ECG Lead system and
recording; ECG wave component detection and analysis; Vector
cardiography; Inverse cardiography; Signal conditioning &
processing.
Electrical Activity of Neuromuscular System: Muscular system;
Electrical signals of motor unit and gross muscle; Human motor
coordination system; Electrodes; Correlation of force and work;
EMG integrators; Signals conditioning & processing.
Electrical Activity of Brian: Sources of brain potentials; Generation
of signals, component waves; EEG recording electrodes, 10-20
electrode system; EEG under normal, Grand mal and Petit mal
seizures; Signal conditioning & processing.
Electrical Signals from Visual System: Sources of electrical signals
in eye; Generation of signals; Electroretinogram; Electroocculogram;
Analysis of signals
Electrical Signals from Auditory System: Generation of cochlear
potentials and nature; Evoked responses; Auditory nerves; Signal
conditioning & processing.

Contact Hours
4

8

4

4

4

3

S. No.

Contents

7.

Noise and Interference in Bioelectric Signals: Sources of noise in
bioelectrical signal recordings; Grounding & shielding.
Filtering of Bioelectric Signals: Filtering techniques-active and
passive filters; Digital filtering; Design of digital filters.
Frequency Analysis of Bioelectric Signals: z-Transform; Fourier
transform; Fast Fourier transform; Frequency analysis; Filtering of
signals in frequency domain.
Total

8.
9.

Contact Hours
3
6
6
42

11. Suggested Books:

S.No.

Authors / Name of Books/Publisher

1.

Rangaraj M. Rangayyan, “Biomedical Signal Analysis”, John Wiley
& Sons.
Eugene N. Bruce, “Biomedical Signal Processing and Signal
Modeling”, John Wiley & Sons.
John L. Semmlow, “Biosignal and Biomedical Image Processing :
MATLAB-Based Applications”, CRC press.
Amine Nait-Ali, “Advanced Biosignal Processing”, Springer.

2.
3.
4.
5.

6.

Willis J. Tompkins, “Biomedical Digital Signal Processing: C
Language Examples and Laboratory Experiments for the IBM PC”,
Prentice Hall India.
G.S. Sawhney, “Fundamentals of Biomedical Engineering”, New
Age International.

Year of
Publication/
Reprint
2002
2006
2008
2009
2006
2007

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE
NAME OF DEPTT./CENTRE :

Department of Electrical Engineering

1. Subject Code: EEN-630

Course Title: Computer Applications in Medical
Engineering

2. Contact Hours:

L: 3

T: 1

3. Examination Duration (Hrs.):

4. Relative Weight: CWS: 25

5. Credits: 4

Theory: 3

PRS: 0

P: 0
Practical: 0

MTE: 25

6. Semester: Both

ETE: 50

PRE: 0

7. Subject Area: PEC

8. Pre- requisite: NIL
9. Objective:
To introduce the use of computers in hospitals for better healthcare delivery
10. Details of Course:
S. No.

Contents

1.

Computer in Data Collection: Introduction; Basic building
blocks of data acquisition systems; Use of computers in
physiological data acquisition; Off-line data collection; Data
collection techniques; Patient database; Computerized medical
records.
Hospital Data Management: Hospital information system;
Functional capabilities of computerized hospital information
system; Efficiency; security and cost effectiveness of computer
records; Patient data management.
Automated Clinical Laboratory System: Database approach to
laboratory computerization; Automated clinical laboratories;
Automated methods in haematology, Chromosome analyzers;
Computerized cytology and histology.
Bio-signal Analysis: Computerized electrocardiography; Holter
electrocardiography; Electromyography; Electroencephalography
and echocardiography; Computer analysis of non-electrical biosignals; Computer aided medical decision making.
Medical Imaging: Introduction to medical imaging; Computes
in medical imaging, Nuclear medicine, Digital subtraction
radiography,
Computerized
ultrasonography,
X-rays,
Computerized tomography, Computerized emission tomography,
Nuclear magnetic resonance.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Contact Hours

5

4

5

6

8

Springer-Verlag Nadine Barrie Smith & Andrew Webb. 2nd Edition. and Jain L . 6. Computer-Assisted Therapy: Computer based cardiac assist devices. Dhawan. 5.. Jain A. disorders. Bronzino. On-line interactive systems with patients for analysis and research. Lithotripsy. Computer based cancer chemotherapy. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2000 2003 1988 2009 2010 2011 .. Contact Hours 5 3 6 42 Suggested Books: S. Automated drug delivery. 4. Inc.No. No. “Computational Intelligence in Healthcare: Advanced Methodologies”. Diabetes management.C. 11. Radiotherapy. “Encyclopedia of Medical Devices and Instrumentation”.. 8.. “ Fundamentals of Medical Imaging”. John Wiley & Sons. Aids for Handicapped: Computer aids for visually handicapped and deaf. “Medical Image Analysis”.. John G. Cambridge University Press 2.S. CRC Press Atam P. Second Edition Volume II . Vaidya S. modeling and analysis of bio-systems. Introduction to expert systems Total 7. Joseph D. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. “Introduction to Medical Imaging”. Protocol advisors. 3. (Volume 1-4). Webster. Contents 6. Suetens P. “Biomedical Engineering Handbook”. John Wiley & Sons. Cambridge University Press Bichindaritz I.. Computers for care of renal disorders. Inc. Medical Research: Computer in simulation.

No. Dual converter fed dc drives. loss minimization in adjustable speed drives. 10. dc motor and induction motor. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of Power Electronics and Machines 9. Examination Duration (Hrs. multi-quadrant operation.): 4. analysis and performance evaluation. Relative Weight: 5. and to provide in-depth knowledge of power converters fed dc and ac drives in open and closed loop. Classification and components of load torque. effect of free wheeling diode. 4. control techniques. Subject Area: PEC 8. separately excited dc motor drives. armature voltage and current waveforms. Selection of motor power capacity for different duty cycles. torque characteristic of driven unit/loads. stability analysis. Converter fed DC Drives: Principle of operation of converter fed 3. Objective: To familiarize students with the concepts of electric drives. Credits: 4 CWS: 20 Theory: 3 PRS: 20 P: 2/2 Practical: 0 MTE: 20 6. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. mathematical model of chopper fed dc drive. Semester: Both ETE: 40 PRE: 0 7./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1. MATLAB simulation. Subject Code: EEN-640 Course Title: Power Electronic Controlled Electric Drives 2. current control techniques. Chopper fed DC Drives: Principle of operation. types of load. steady state and transient stability of drives. expression for speed-torque characteristic. Contact Hours 3 3 6 5 .INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. motors. Speed1. steady state analysis of time ratio control and current limit control. and mathematical modeling of drives. operation of dc drive under continuous and discontinuous armature current. closed loop control of dc drives. Speed Control of Motors: Review of braking and speed control of 2. Details of Course: S. Contents Introduction: Definition of electric drive.

transient response and stability analysis. IEEE Press. Dubey G. MATLAB simulation. Advanced Control Techniques: Adaptive control. 5. Mohan N. 7.No. and Robbins W. “Power Electronics Control of AC Motors”. Narosa Publishing House. “Electric Motor Drives – Modeling. New Age International Private Limited. Pillai S. K. controlled current and controlled slip operations. Dubey G. Total Contact Hours 6 4 5 5 5 42 11.. K. drives. Pregamon Press.M. No.. Bose B. 2nd Ed. "Power Electronics and Variable Frequency Drives". "Power Semiconductor Controlled Drives". Applications and Design". Stability Analysis: Mathematical modeling of induction motor 7. Standard Publisher Distributors. "Power ElectronicsConverters.. 5. 6. “Fundamentals of Electric Drives”. 4... field oriented 8.. “A First Course in Electric Drives”. Wiley India. Analysis and Control”. 2nd Ed. multiquadrant operation. Synchronous Motor Drives: Adjustable frequency operations. Suggested Books: S.S. static Kramer drive.P. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2007 2008 2008 2001 1990 2001 2007 .. M. Krishnan R.. voltage fed and current fed self controlled drives. 9. D. K. Murphy J. operation of closed loop slip-speed controlled VSI and CSI fed ac drives. 2.. Prentice Hall of India Private Limited. Slip Power Controlled AC Drives: Static rotor resistance control. 6. K. variable frequency controlled induction motor drives. G. control of induction motor drives. PWM inverter drives.. Contents Inverter fed AC Drives: Constant V/f controlled induction motors. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. 3rd Ed.. 3. PrenticeHall International Editions. and Turnbull F. Undeland T.

P2 and P3. Subject Area: PEC 8. 2. modes of operation. I/O Ports and Timer: Internal structure of ports P0. P1. oscillator. Applications. Review of power electronic converters. timing diagrams. Timer and counter operation. Intel 8031 and 8751. functional diagram. Objective: To provide knowledge of architecture. Instruction set: Data transfer 5. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 25 MTE: 20 6. architecture. Intel 8051/8052 Microcontroller: Introduction. Contents Introduction: Review of 8-bit microprocessor and peripheral 1. Contact Hours 3 3 4 4 5 2 . interfacing and programming of microcontroller and its applications on generation of firing signals for power electronic converters. 10. Relative Weight: CWS: 15 5. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of Power Electronics and Microprocessor 9. enable registers. internal data memory. I/O expansion. CMOS and HMOS microcontrollers and their difference. group. Overview of microcomputer control of power electronic systems. CPU Timing. single-step operation. TM1 and TM2. Details of Course: S. Memory Organization: Accessing external program and data 3. special function registers. Semester: Both P: 2 Practical: 0 ETE: 40 PRE: 0 7. No.): 4. devices. control group and Boolean processing capability. Examination Duration (Hrs.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. 4. hardware interfacing. alternative functions of port P3. TM0. memory. Interrupts: Types of interrupts./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 0 3. arithmetic group. Subject Code: EEN-641 Course Title: Microcontroller and Its Applications to Power Converters 2. pin description. Programming: Addressing modes. interrupt priority and interrupt 6. logical group. Programming and erasing EPROM. processing of interrupt.

. “Microprocessor and Interfacing –Programming and Hardware”. Programming and Applications”.. single-quadrant and multi-quadrant choppers. Total Contact Hours 8 5 8 42 11. “Power Electronics and Variable Frequency Drives”. 5. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. Hall D. K. three-timer and four-timer methods. J. IEEE Press. PrenticeHall International Editions.No. Firing pulse generation for PWM current source inverter.. and Mazidi J. voltage source square wave and PWM inverters. Microprocessor Controlled Inverters: Firing pulse generation of 9. Bose B. Suggested Books: S.V. K.” The 8051 Microcontroller. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2001 2001 -2008 2008 2008 . Cengage Learning. 2nd Ed. dual converter. Control techniques. 3.G. Control techniques. “The 8051 Microcontroller and Embedded Systems”.. Intel Manual on 8-bit Microcontroller 2. “Power Semiconductor Controlled Drives”.S. Ayala K. Pearson Education. Contents Microprocessor Controlled Converters: Firing pulse generation 7.A. No. Standard Publisher Distributors. foreground and back ground calculation... Dubey G. Microprocessor Controlled Choppers: Firing pulse generation of 8. 2nd Ed. Mazidi M. 3rd Ed. of single-phase and three-phase converters. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Limited. PWM converter..Architecture. 6. 4.

Semester: Both P: 2 Practical: 0 ETE: 40 PRE: 0 7. Contents Introduction: Overview of DSP control of power electronic 1. speed issues. induction motor. No. of speed and current PI control. Interrupts. Field Oriented Control. DSP based control of dual converter fed dc motor. Details of Course: S. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 0 3. signal conditioning. Subject Code: EEN-642 Course Title: DSP Controlled Electric Drives 2. Control of matrix converters. General purpose I/O. execution. Feed Back Signal Processing: Measurement of electrical and 3. Event managers. Implementation of Space Vector Modulation for inverters. 10. converter. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of Microprocessor and Electric Drives 9. speed and position of motor. DSP Based Control of Converters: Control of Buck-Boost DC-DC 4. Relative Weight: CWS: 15 5. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 25 MTE: 20 6./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1. Instruction set. Subject Area: PEC 8. external interfacing. Programming of DSP.current. C language and assembly language. BLDC motor. Objective: To provide knowledge of DSP-based implementation of conventional control algorithms and modern control theory for closed loop control of AC/DC drives. data addressing.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. systems and electric drives.): 4. DSP Processors: Review of microcontrollers and microprocessors. Implementation of Clarkes and Park’s transformation. 2. DSP Based Control of Closed Loop Drive: DSP implementation 5. bus architecture and memory. mechanical variables. Examination Duration (Hrs. Architecture of DSPs. Contact Hours 2 8 3 9 8 . Analog-to-Digital converter.Direct and Indirect controls.

Toliyat H. Contents Modern Control Theory Applications: Fundamental of Fuzzy 6. Fuzzy control of closed loop dc drive.S. Suggested Books: S. and speed controllers in continuous and discrete data system. PrenticeHall International Editions.No. K.. “DSP Based Electromechanical Motion Control”. IEEE Press. Dubey G. “Power Electronics for the Microprocessor Age”.. Standard Publisher Distributors. Oxford University Press. 2. K. IEEE Press. CRC Press. Total Contact Hours 8 4 42 11. K. “Power Electronics and Variable Frequency Drives”. 3. Bose B. Kenjo T.. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2001 2001 1999 2004 1994 . “Power Semiconductor Controlled Drives”. Fundamentals of ANN control. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. and Campbell S. No.. “Microcomputer Control of Power Electronics and Drives”. Design of Controllers: Mathematical modeling. Bose B. A. Logic Control. stability studies.. 4. 5. Neural current and speed control of induction motor. Design of current 7.

Subject Code: EEN-643 Course Title: Electric Drives for Hybrid Vehicles 2. Fuel economy of PHEVs. series and parallel HEVs. power management of PHEVs.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. vehicle to grid technology. PHEVs. Examination Duration (Hrs. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. PWM rectifier in HEVs. regenerative braking. 1. Contact Hours 3 10 7 10 . constituents of PHEV. Subject Area: PEC 8. Buck converter used in HEVs. Plug-in hybrid vehicle. types of electric drives used in hybrid vehicles and their control. EV and PHEV battery chargers. Drive cycles and drive terrain. comparison of HEV and PHEV. PHEV battery charging. 10. ripples. 2. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. voltage 4. architectures of HEVs. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. Objective: To familiarize students with the concept of hybrid vehicles. blended 3. non-isolated bidirectional DC-DC converter. Power Electronics in HEVs: Rectifiers used in HEVs. isolated bidirectional DC-DC converter. Hybridization of Automobile: Fundamentals of vehicle. end-of-life battery for electric power grid support. components of conventional vehicle and propulsion load. Semester: Both P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle: PHEVs and EREVs. Fuel Cell Behicles and its constituents./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1. No. current source inverter. complex HEVs. PHEV Architectures. Concept of electric vehicle and hybrid electric vehicle. Contents Introduction: History of hybrid vehicles. voltage source inverter. Details of Course: S. equivalent electric range of blended PHEVs. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of Power Electronics and Electric Drives 9.): 4.

Infrstructure and the market”.. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2008 1995 . Switched reluctance motors. “Power Sources . Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. Suggested Books: S. Models.W. and Gao D. Elsevier Mi Chris. Case Studies Total Contact Hours 10 2 42 11. 6. Masrur A. No. Sustanability. Permanent magnet motor drives.. Doubly salient permanent magnet machines. Contents Electric Machines and Drives in HEVs: Induction motor drives. “ Hybrid Electric Vehicle: Principles and Applications with Practical Perspectives” 2. 5. Pistooa G. No. Field oriented control of induction machies..S.

Energy Conservation in Drives: Optimisation of operational 5.): 4. constant torque and constant power drive. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. efficiency of drive including controller design modifications for converters./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1. nature of load. and A. Design of power converters-chopper. inverters and cyclo-converters. loop and multi-quadrant operation. selection of semiconductor devices along with their protection. their protection and cooling. drives. mechanical system-transmitting system. power 1. Subject Code: EEN-644 Course Title: Design of Electric Drives 2. No. Design of Closed Loop Drive Systems: Drive structure. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of Power Electronics and Electric Drives 9. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. Details of Course: S. Design Modifications: Input transformers and converter fed 3. semiconductor devices. Contents Review of Drive System: Elements of drive system. converters.C. Objective: To provide knowledge of interdependence of various elements of the drive system for evolving an efficient operating strategy and design of control loops. and their influence on supply systems. Semester: Both P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. Design of Converters and Drives: Selection of power 2. phase controlled converters. multiple 4. machines. on-line optimization of efficiency for D. Contact Hours 6 10 4 8 10 . Examination Duration (Hrs. range of speed control. synthesis of AC and DC drives.C. 10. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. controllers.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. Subject Area: PEC 8. Drive characteristics.

2. Contents Case Studies: Industrial drives in traction and transportation 6. Applications and Design”. D. 4. and Turnbull F. “Power Semiconductor Controlled Drives”. “Power Electronics and Variable Frequency Drives”. M.. paper and textile industries. 3. 2nd Ed. “Power Electronic Converter Harmonics-Multipulse Methods for Clean Power”. Suggested Books: S. Pillai S. 6.. cement. system. 3rd Ed. K. steel. No.. Derek A. No. Total Contact Hours 4 42 11... Undeland T. “Power ElectronicsConverters. P. “A First Course in Electric Drives”.. K. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. Standard Publisher Distribution Mohan N. Dubey G.P.. Wiley India. 5. “Power Electronics Control of AC Motors”. IEEE Press. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2008 1995 2001 1988 2001 2008 . IEEE Press. and Robbins W. Pregamon Press. G. PrenticeHall International Edition.M.S. New Age International Private Limited Publishers.. K.. Murphy J. Bose B.

optical and magnetic isolators. No. operational trans-conductance. classification of errors. Instrumentation and signal processing.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. design characteristics and typical 3. loop filter. Subject Code: EEN-645 2. range. Data acquisition system. timers. shaft-encoders. Contents Transducers and sensors. Devices for instrumentation. Details of Course: S. Objective: To impart knowledge of instrumentation related to electric drive parameters and their signal conditioning circuits using linear/analog and digital integrated circuits. Review of characteristics and parameters of transducers: 2. ADC. function generators. Sample and hold. 10. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. tachometers. analog multipliers and dividers. Subject Area: PEC 8./CENTRE: 1. Credits: 4 Department of Electrical Engineering Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. Pre-requisite: knowledge of Electric Drives and Digital Electronics 9. Contact Hours: Course Title: Instrumentation in Electric Drives L: 3 T: 1 3. multiplying ADC. design aspects of phase detector. definitions. Semester: Both P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7.): 4. Basic concept of PLL system. analog multiplexers. specifications. Frequency to 4. multiplexed 5. voltage converters. torque sensors. and magnetic pick-ups. applications of instrumentation. PLL based motor speed control. temperature to current converters. loop gain. definitions of lock-in-range. isolation amplifiers. capture7.. 1. Contact Hours 3 5 8 4 4 3 6 . Examination Duration (Hrs. Review of A/D and D/A converters. Hall-effect sensors. 6.

Norton N. speed. 4. Cerni. Hamilton T. 2. E. “Handbook of Linear Integrated Electronics”.. D. temperature. 9. “Handbook of Transducers”. Contents Drive related signals and their instrumentation and conditioning. H. torque and flux. 3. Total Contact Hours 3 6 42 11. “Operational Amplifier and Linear Integrated Circuits”. “Instrumentation for Engineering Measurement”. Year of Publication/ Reprint 1966 2008 2004 1977 . Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. Suggested Books: S. R. F. and Driscoll F. and Foster L. No.. data acquisition of voltage. Prentice Hall of India Private Limited. 8. F. S. Data acquisition system. Prentice Hall International Edition. basic structure. Coughlin R.. John Wiley and Sons.S. currents. McGraw-Hill International Book Company.No..

Relative Weight: 5. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. Electric Buses. motors. VSI for ac motor. Subject Code: EEN-646 Course Title: Drive System in Electric Traction 2. mainline and suburban trains. controlled converters. Credits: 4 CWS: 25 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. torque sharing between 2. Trams. 10.No. AC drives in Electric Traction . driving axle code Calculation of tractive effort. PWM control Diesel electric traction. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of Electric Machines and Power Electronics 9. comparative advantages over dc drives Total Contact Hours 6 5 5 5 12 5 4 42 . and ac motors Power electronic converters in modern traction practice. 3. Subject Area: PEC 8. specific emery consumption Electrical motors for traction. duty cycle. choppers. Objective: To impart knowledge of applications of modern ac and dc drives in Electric Trains. phase 5. Examination Duration (Hrs. characteristics of diesel engine 6.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. drive rating and energy consumption. Contents General features of electric traction. Semester: Both P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. 7. nature of load and motor for traction Mechanism of train movement. starting and speed control of sc motors 4. 1. Details of Course: S./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1.): 4.

4. “Power Electronics and Motor Control”.T.. Liang D. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2005 1990 2004 2001 .. Prentice Hall. Andrews H. Halley L. Dubey G. “Fundamental of Electrical Drives” Narosa Publishing House.W. Bose B. Suggested Books: S..K. Cambridge Printing Press. 2.. UK.I.N. 3.11. IEEE Press. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1.. Shepherd W.K. No. “Power Electronics & Variable Frequency Drives – Technology & Applications”. Elsevier. Standard Publisher Distributors. New Delhi.. “Railway Traction-The Principles of Mechanical and Electrical Railway Traction”. Delhi.

Semester: Both ETE: 40 PRE: 0 7. 2. Flux Weakening Control. 3. Flux. Examination Duration (Hrs. Vector Control. Advanced Current Controllers Matrix Converter. Space Vector Modulation (SVM). Comparison of torque control strategies Control and Modeling of Synchronous Reluctance Machines. Voltage and virtual flux oriented control./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of Power Electronics and Electric Drives 9. Objective: The aim of the course is to discuss in depth the various control techniques such as Field Oriented Control. 6. Direct power control. Constant Power Loss Controller. Direct and Indirect Field Oriented Control. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 0 3. 8. clamp circuit. Motor speed estimation Control and Modeling of Three-phase PWM Rectifiers. Relative Weight: 5. Torque and Speed Estimator Neural Network and Fuzzy Logic Control in Power Electronics. power-up circuit Control and Modeling of PWM Inverter-Fed Induction Motors. 10. torque and speed estimation. modulation techniques. bidirectional switch commutation techniques. Sensorless operation Total Contact Hours 4 4 6 6 5 5 6 6 42 . Carrier based PWM.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. Current controlled PWM.): 4. Subject Area: PEC 8. 5. Torque and flux controller. Direct torque control and Energy efficient control used in AC drives. Details of Course: S. Credits: 4 CWS: 15 Theory: 3 PRS: 25 P: 2 Practical: 0 MTE: 20 6. Flux vector estimation Control Techniques for PMSM Drives.No. Closed loop PWM current control. Contents Review of Pulse Width Modulation Techniques for Voltage Source 1. Subject Code: EEN-647 Course Title: Control Techniques in Power Electronics for AC Drives 2. 7. Flux. Sensorless control Direct Torque and Flux Control of AC Drives. Control techniques. input filter. 4. Open loop SVM. Inverters.

Robbins W. “Power Electronics – Converters. Delhi. Mohan N. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. Dubey G. Prentice Hall of India. Academic Press.. 3. Simulation study of Matrix Converter 4. “Power Semiconductor Controlled Drives” Prentice Hall. Simulation study of Direct Torque Controlled Induction Motor drive 5. 2. 5. Simulation study of Current Controlled Voltage Source Inverter 2.. Kazmierkpwski Marian P. Suggested Books: S. No.K.List of Practicals: 1.K. 4... Simulation study of Space Vector Modulated Voltage Source Inverter 3. Simulation study of Three-phase PWM Rectifier 11.. Simulation study of PMSM drive 7. New Delhi. New York.. Krishnan R. Standard Publisher Distributors. Blaabjerg F. IEEE Press. Oxford Science Publications.P. Simulation study of Indirect Torque Controlled Induction Motor drive 6. “Electric Motor Drives – Modeling. “Electrical Machines & Drives – A Space Vector Theory Approach”. 6. Krishnan R. Year of Publication/ Reprint 1989 2004 2002 2001 2001 1992 . New Jersey. “Control in Power Electronics – Selected Problems”.. Bose B.. Analysis & Control”. Underland T. Vas Peter.M. “Power Electronics & Variable Frequency Drives – Technology & Applications”. John Wiley & Sons Inc. Simulation study of Synchronous Reluctance Motor drive 8.. New York.. Applications and Design”.

Weighted THD Modulation Techniques for One-Inverter Phase Leg. Sideband modulation Space Vector Modulation (SVM). ratios. naturally sampled overmodulation. Subject Area: PEC 8. Three-Level modulation. Naturally sampled SVM. Harmonic losses. Multi-level Inverters Harmonic Distortion: Voltage and Current Distortion Factors. elimination PWM. Semester: Both ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. Relative Weight: 5. harmonic 7. Subject Code: EEN-648 Course Title: Pulse Width Modulation for Power Converters 2. optimum PWM.): 4.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. Harmonic losses. 10. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of Power Electronics 9. Credits: 4 CWS: 25 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 P: 0 Practical: 0 MTE: 25 6. current source inverters and multi-level inverters. Examination Duration (Hrs. Placement of Zero Space Vector Overmodulation of an Inverter. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. Details of Course: S. PWM Dead-Time Compensation Modulation Techniques of Single-Phase and Three-Phase VSI. Objective: The objective of the course is to discuss in depth the various advanced PWM control techniques including Space Vector Modulation for 1-phase and 3-phase voltage source inverters. 4. Voltage Control (V/f. minimum loss PWM Contact Hours 3 2 5 6 4 3 5 .No. phase 1. 5. 2. Contents Review of Voltage Source Inverters.optimized SVM. Regular sampled overmodulation Programmed Modulation Strategies. Effect of Minimum Pulse Width. shift modulation)./CENTRE : Electrical Engineering Department 1. 6. Frequency 3.

.. Kazmierkpwski Marian P.M.M. Implementation Techniques for a Modulation Controller. hardware and software implementation of the PWM Total 42 11. Inc.. No. PWM 4 converter system.. 3. Pergaman Press. Academic Press. Bose B.. Applications and Design”. “Power Electronics – Converters.. “Power Electronic Control of AC Motors”. Lipo T. “Control in Power Electronics – Selected – Selected Problems”.G. Third harmonic injection for MLI 10. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2004 2002 2002 1988 2003 . minimum loss PWM Carrier Based and Space Vector PWM of MLI. Holmes D. Underland T.K. 4 and unequal voltage levels. IEEE Press. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers Mohan N. Overmodulation of MLI. 1. Blaabjerg F. John Wiley & Sons. 2.S. “Pulse Width Modulator For Power Converters – Principles and Practice”. Turnbull F. 6 naturally sampled PD/APOD/POD PWM... equalization of voltage and current stresses. Robbins W.. Prentice Hall.. Three-level 9.A. 5. “Power Electronics & AC Drives”. Suggested Books: S.P. 4. John Wiley & Sons Inc. switching angles for equal 8.G.D... Krishnan R.No. Contents Contact Hours Modulation of Multi-Level Converters. Murphy J.

Credits: 4 Department of Electrical Engineering Theory: 3 PRS: 25 MTE: 20 6. techniques. Subject Area: PEC 8. Objective: To provide knowledge of the harmonics generated by different phase controlled converters and the methods of improving the input performance of various converters. series and hybrid active filters. Examination Duration (Hrs. Total Contact Hours 3 4 5 4 8 10 6 2 42 . transformers. THD and TDD. filters and their design. No. Configurations of passive 5. PWM converters: Single-pulse and multiple pulse modulation techniques. Relative Weight: CWS: 15 5. Multi-pulse converters using delta/ zigzag/ Fork /Polygon 4. Power quality improvement using filters./CENTRE: 1. Contents Review of 2-pulse and 6-pulse converters and their performance 1. Snubber circuits and their design. flow control. 8. PWM 7. Subject Code: EEN.649 2. Harmonic analysis of single-phase and three-phase converters. with inductive and capacitive loads. Boost control. 2. Shunt. space vector control.): 4. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of Power Electronics 9. hysteresis and carrier wave control. sequence control of phase controlled converters. Multi-level converters.. Buck. topologies and their control strategies. Details of Course: S.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. Power. techniques. extinction angle control. Conventional methods of power factor improvement techniques. Contact Hours: Course Title: Enhanced Power Quality AC-DC Converters L: 3 T: 0 3. IEEE standards for power quality. controlled free-wheeling operation. Semester: Both P: 2 Practical: 0 ETE: 40 PRE: 0 7. 10. asymmetrical triggering. High quality single-phase and three-phase converters. analysis and harmonic calculations. control 6. 3. topologies and control techniques.

. “Power Electronics-Converters. Paice D. Mohan N. Academic Press..No. Pearson Education. 3. 2. 6.. Lander Cyril W. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2008 2008 2004 2008 1995 2002 .M. and Sinha R.M.. P. Doradla S. A.11. Prentice Hall of India Private Limited.P. and Blaabjerg F. H. Dubey G. “Power Electronic Converter Harmonics – Multipulse Methods for Clean Power”. Joshi A.. Kazmierkpwski M. 4. IEEE press. “Power Electronics Circuits Devices and Applications”. 5. “Power Electronics”. 3rd Ed.K.. and Robbins W.R.. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. “Control in Power Electronics – Selected Problems”. New Age International Private Limited. “Thyristorised Power Controllers”. Rashid M. Wiley India. Suggested Books: S. Undeland T...K. Krishnan R. 3rd Ed.... Applications and Design”.

Switching Circuits: Introduction of switching circuits. EMI suppression. Contents Introduction: Overview of linear voltage regulators. control techniques. power computations. Credits: 4 Department of Electrical Engineering Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. circuits. Buck-Boost converters. Isolated Switch-Mode DC-DC Converters: Introduction and types 5. few case Studies. harmonic 3. protection and design of different configurations of SMPS. Switching Concepts: Ideal switch.): 4. Simulation of Switching Converters. Objective: To familiarize students with the concepts./CENTRE: 1. ZCS and ZVS switching topologies. Details of Course: S. Reliability. 7. series regulators. Subject Area: PEC 8. Boost. driver 8. Non-Isolated Switch-Mode DC-DC Converters: Buck. circuits. functions. Contact Hours: Course Title: Switch Mode Power Supply L: 3 T: 1 3. No. Soft Switched DC-DC Converters: Series and Parallel resonant 6. concepts. Switching Converter Design: Choke and transformer design. Input rectifiers with unity input power factor. of switch mode dc-dc converters. snubber circuits.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. Pre-requisite: Power Electronics 9.650 2. 10. 4. switching 2. Examination Duration (Hrs. Total Contact Hours 2 4 3 6 8 10 4 5 42 . shunt and 1. practical switch. Semester: Both P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. Subject Code: EEN. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5.

Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. Luo Fang Lin and Ye Hong.. “Switch Mode Power Supplies – Design and Construction”.. 3. 3rd Ed. Ang Simon S. “Power Electronics Circuits Devices and Applications”... and Macpherson D. 2. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2008 2008 1997 1996 1995 2003 . “Advanced DC/DC Converters”.11.W. Rashid M. “Power Switching Converter”. Wiley India. 3rd Ed.P. Whittington H. Suggested Books: S. “Introduction to Power Electronics”. Undeland T. Pearson Education.. Marcel Dekker Inc. Mohan N. Hart Daniel W. 5. Prentice Hall International Edition.. 6... John Wiley and Songs. and Robbins W. 4.. “Power Electronics-Converters.E. Aflynn B.M.W.No. H. Applications and Design”. CRC Press.

Contents Concept of Power Quality: Frequency variations. rotating machines. Contact Hours 2 3 7 3 . effect of 4. power system protection. harmonic power. variations. ARC furnace. Current and voltage limits of harmonic distortions: IEEE. Objective: To familiarize students with the reasons of load generated harmonics present in the supply and the methods for their suppression.651 2. 10. Pre-requisite: Power Electronics. consumer equipments and communication systems. Examination Duration (Hrs. harmonic interference with ripple control systems. Effect of Harmonics: Parallel and series resonance. waveform. Relative Weight: CWS: 15 5. transformer. integral cycle control. power measurement. transformers. cycloconverter. Fundamentals of Harmonics: Representation of harmonics. Credits: 4 Department of Electrical Engineering Theory: 3 PRS: 25 MTE: 20 6.sag and swell. configurations. Semester: Both P: 2 Practical: 0 ETE: 40 PRE: 0 7. TV and battery charger. harmonics. inter-harmonics. harmonics on static power plant – transmission lines. Subject Area: PEC 8. NORSOK Causes of Harmonics: 2-pulse. capacitor banks. waveform distortion –dc offset. voltage 1. Contact Hours: Course Title: Power Quality Improvement Techniques L: 3 T: 0 3. Input supply harmonics of AC regulator. Subject Code: EEN. IEC. notching and noise. 2. measures of harmonic distortion. 6-pulse and 12-pulse converter 3. Details of Course: S. rotating machines. EN./CENTRE: 1. input current waveforms and their harmonic spectrum.): 4.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. No. Power Systems 9.

Braedlley D. Total Contact Hours 4 4 2 2 8 3 4 42 11.. expression for compensating current. operation.. analysis 10. CRC Press. and Beaty H. Active Power Filters: Compensation principle. W. Electrical Power System Quality”. active filter. C. source and current source configurations. Wiley India.. B.. McGranaghan M.. single tuned and high pass 6. Dugan R. 4. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers Year of Publication/ Reprint 1989 1. “Power Electronic Converter Harmonics”. Arrillaga J. McGraw-Hill International Book Company. Sankaran C. Shunt Active Filter: Single-phase active filter. 2nd Ed. Derek A. Contents Elimination/ Suppression of Harmonics: High power factor 5. voltage 11.S. and Bodger P. “Power Quality”. converter. “Power System Harmonic Analysis”. Instantaneous reactive power theory. Three-phase active filter: Operation. John Wiley and Sons. constant tolerance band control. 5. 1985 3. Smith B. power circuit and control strategy. No.. polygon) Passive Filters: Types of passive filters. constant frequency control. F. “Power System Harmonics”.. principle of operation for sag. A. Suggested Books: S. current sourced 8. 2. multi-pulse converters using transformer connections (delta. double tuned filters. 2008 Arrillaga J.. 2nd Ed. IEEE Press. PWM Inverter: Voltage sourced active filter. concept of constant capacitor voltage control. and Wood A.. “Power System Analysis”. Pearson Education. C. No. classification of 7.. R. system configuration. R.. and modelling. Other Techniques: Unified power quality conditioner. variable tolerance band control. analysis and modelling. 2008 1996 2001 . P. swell and flicker control. filters. filter design criteria. 6. Three-phase Series Active Filter: Principle of operation. Watson N. active filters by objective. S. Arthur R. damped filters and their design... principle of 9.

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. input data and design variables. philosophy and economics. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of Electrical Machines and Transformers 9. 10. No. Details of Course: S. 1. Subject Area: PEC 8.652 2. Computer aided design. 7. flow chart for design of transformer and rotating machine. Objective: To familiarize students with the design procedure and performance evaluation of rotating machines and transformers with sinusoidal and non-sinusoidal supply system. performance. losses./CENTRE: 1. Application of Finite Element Method (FEM) in thermal and field 3. Contact Hours: Course Title: L: 3 T: 1 3. Subject Code: EEN. supply. Review of optimization techniques. converter fed drives and energy efficient machines. selection of 5.): 4. Semester: Both CAD of Power Apparatus P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. temperature rise and 2. objectives and constraint 6. analysis of electrical machines. functions. Design consideration for rotating machines fed from non-sinusoidal 4. Contents Review of design of transformers and rotating machines. constrained and unconstrained minimization. Examination Duration (Hrs. Flow chart development for design optimization of power apparatus. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. Total Contact Hours 5 3 5 5 12 4 8 42 . Calculation of reactance parameters. Credits: 4 Department of Electrical Engineering Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6.

Say M. “The Performance and Design of AC Machines”.No. “Computer Aided Design of Electrical Equipment”. 3. Veinott C. Suggested Books: S. CBS Publishers and Distributors. Oxford and IBH Company Pvt. G. “Computer Aided Design of Electrical Machinery”.11. K. 2. East West Press. Ramamoorthy M. Ltd. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. G. 4. Sen S. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2002 1987 2001 2002 ... “Principle of Electrical Machine Design with Computer Programs”. MIT Press...

crawling. voltage ripples and magnetic noise. non-sinusoidal supply. High starting torque motors. 4. Subject Area: PEC 8. Energy efficient motors. Non-Conventional Motors: Angled field motors. Credits: 4 Department of Electrical Engineering CWS: 15 Theory: 3 PRS: 25 P: 2 Practical: 0 MTE: 20 6. phase shift control.No. operation of multi-winding transformers and non conventional machines. Inrush Current Phenomenon in Transformers: Causes. Relative Weight: 5. Two. Single-phase loading of three-phase transformer. Details of Course: S. Objective: The objective of the course is to discuss behavior of induction machine under abnormal conditions. problems 2. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of Electrical Machines and Transformers 9. Linear Induction Motors: Principle of operation.): 4. 1. Log motor. efficiency and parallel operation. Sequence impedances of twowinding and three-winding transformers. Tachogenerator./CENTRE: 1.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. Subject Code: EEN-653 2. Tubular and arc motors Contact Hours 6 2 2 4 12 5 7 . Semester: Both ETE: 40 PRE: 0 7. Servomotor. construction and 6. Motors using 7. cogging. Contents Multi Winding Transformers: Equivalent circuit. and methods of prevention Parallel Operation: Parallel operation of transformers with 3. 10. Contact Hours: Course Title: Selected Topics in Machines and Transformers L: 3 T: 0 3. regulation. effect of space and time harmonics on the performance of machine. optimum losses Harmonics in Induction Machines: Effect of space harmonics.phase induction motor. Induction Motor: Abnormal operation of induction machine on 5. Axial field motors. applications. Examination Duration (Hrs.

Routledge. “Magnetic Circuit & Transformer” Laithwate E. Staff. Design and Application of Alternating Current Machines including Fractional HP Motors”.I. 8.T.L.R.No.. principle of operation and applications. 4. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers Vickers. M. 1. Suggested Books: S. “Induction Machine for Special Purpose” Year of Publication/ Reprint 1989 1995 1961 2002 . Pitman. Alger P. Contents Other Motors: Permanent magnet motors.S. 3. Stepper motors. 2. control and applications. “The Induction Motors: The Theory. “Induction Machines – Their Behavior and Use”. Total Contact Hours 4 42 11.. No. principle of operation.

Parameter 6. Subject Area: PEC 8. Perturbation equation. Direct and indirect 4.No. stabilization 7. Credits: 4 Department of Electrical Engineering CWS: 25 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 P: 0 Practical: 0 MTE: 25 6. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of Electrical Machines 9. impedances. machine impedances. angle characteristics for one and multi machine systems Short circuit analysis. torque expression Steady state and transient performance. Total Contact Hours 4 3 5 5 3 10 6 6 42 . critical fault clearing and circuit breaker reclosing times. Subsynchronous and Self excited oscillations DC systems terminal equipment. Examination Duration (Hrs. Relative Weight: 5./CENTRE : 1. Subject Code: EEN-654 2. Power 2. state modeling 5. Contact Hours: Course Title: Synchronous Machines and System Stability L: 3 T: 1 3. Operational 1. 3. Application of modern techniques for power system control. Transient stability. measurement of reactances and time constants Concept and types of stability. Effect of exciter and governor. Details of Course: S. Symmetrical and asymmetrical short circuits. method. Steady state and dynamic stability. time constants.): 4. Semester: Both ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. compensations. synthesis. Long distance power transmission. 8. control characteristics. 10. Phasor diagrams. Objective: To analyze the power system behavior under small and large disturbances and to study the effect of excitation and governing on power system control. Contents Mathematical modeling of synchronous machine & load.

Wiley.. 4.. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1.. 3. “Synchronous Machines – Theory and Performance”. Year of Publication/ Reprint 1989 1976 1979 1998 . Vol. “Power System Dynamics & Stability”. Bialak J. Charles. Suggested Books: S.. “The Generalized Theory of Alternating Current Machines” Machowski J.W. Dover Publication. John Wiley & Sons.. “Power System Stability: Synchronous Machines”.11. Bumby J.W. Concordia.3. Kimbark E..G. No. 2. Adkins B. Harley R.R.

Robust motion control. Semester: Both ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. square and trapezoidal waves./CENTRE : 1. 5. drives (PMBDCM).INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. losses and efficiency of PM motors. Principle and construction of permanent magnet brushless dc motor 3. Contact Hours 5 3 10 6 5 . Objective: The objective of the course is to discuss the advancement in drives such as permanent magnet brushless motor drive. Operation with sinusoidal. Vector control and Field Oriented Control methods Permanent. Control strategies.magnet materials. induction motor and synchronous motor drives. constant power operation.No. Modeling of drive. energy density and 2. PM reluctance motors. Details of Course: S. Principle and construction of synchronous reluctance based drive. Converter topologies for PMBDCM drive. Relative Weight: 5.): 4. Sensor-less control of AC drives. equivalent circuits. Subject Area: PEC 8 Pre-requisite: Knowledge of Electrical Machines and Power Electronics 9. Credits: 4 Department of Electrical Engineering CWS: 25 P: 0 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 Special Machines Practical: 0 MTE: 25 6. BDCM and induction motor drive. motor requirement for drives. 10. operating condition and power factor of synchronous reluctance motors. Subject Code: EEN-655 2. speed and position estimation. 1. parameter identification in PM 4. Contact Hours: Course Title: L: 3 T: 1 3. linear induction motors and stepper motors. Vector control of PM synchronous motor. Contents Review of adjustable speed drives. Examination Duration (Hrs. characteristics. switched reluctance motor. parameter sensitivity. Flux weakening operation.

.D. Year of Publication/ Reprint 1988 1982 2001 2002 1982 . “Brushless Permanent Magnet and Reluctance Motor Drives”. Turnbull F. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. Murphy J.. New York. construction and operation of stepper motors. drive circuits. 5. Suggested Books: S. Contents Principle. Miller T.No. Principle. Total Contact Hours 5 4 3 6 42 11.. 2..J.. torque developed. “Linear Induction Machine” Andreas J. construction and operation of linear induction motors. Design and application considerations Principle. Standard Publisher Distribution. 6. losses and efficiency. IEEE Press.G. Energy efficient motors 9. variable 8. 7. Springer.M. hybrid stepping motors. construction and operation of switched reluctance motors. Goodness factor. “Energy Efficient Electric Motors”. 4.K. “Power Electronics & Variable Frequency Drives – Technology & Applications”.C.A. short stator and short rotor effect. Pergamon Press. reluctance and permanent magnet stepping motors.. Oxford Clarender Press.E. 3. Bose B. Nasar S.S. No. High speed and low speed applications. “Power Electronics Control of AC Motors”.

temperature rise test. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. insulation test. insulation resistance. resistance measurement. maintenance schedule. codes of practice. load test. Details of Course: S. Routine tests and type tests. voltage ratio. Routine tests. Credits: 4 Department of Electrical Engineering Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. no load and blocked rotor test. speed and load test. construction of transformers. Contents Transformers Terminal marking. 1. Installation and commissioning of transformers. 3. installation and foundation./CENTRE: 1. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of Electrical Machines and Transformers 9. 2. foundation. Contact Hours 4 4 5 4 4 5 5 . pre and post commissioning checks. induction machines and synchronous machines. impulse voltage test. impedance. commissioning. testing and maintenance of large rating transformers. mechanical tests. 4. Type tests. air gap symmetry. 10. Subject Area: PEC 8. high voltage test. testing of oil strength. . measurement of winding resistance. types of coupling. Examination Duration (Hrs. 6. codes of practice. earthing. cooling arrangement. measurement of losses. Induction Machines Rating and name plate data.): 4.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. temperature-rise test. No. pre-commissioning test. Contact Hours: Course Title: Testing and Commissioning of Electrical Equipment L: 3 T: 1 3. 7. Shaft alignment. 5. Semester: Both P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. drying of windings. Objective: To familiarize students with the procedure of installation. Subject Code: EEN-656 2.

“Theory of AC machines”. BIS Code on Transformers IS-10561 BIS Code on Transformers IS-10028 BIS Code on Transformers IS-3151 BIS Code on Motors IS-900 BIS Code on Motors IS-4722 BIS Code on Motors IS-4029 BIS Code on Motors IS-325 BIS Code on Motors IS-7306 BIS Code on Motors IS-7132 2. Excitation test. 8. methods of cooling. 2nd Ed. Tata McGrawHill Publishing Company Limited. over-speed test. waveform and telephone interference. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2008 2005 2008 2008 1983 1985 1982 1992 1992 1967 1978 1974 1973 . Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. bearing currents. “Electric Machinery”. E.. Say M. 4. Contents Synchronous Machines Installation. Fitzgerald A. G. sudden short circuit test. Suggested Books: S. Kingsley C. Transformers: BHEL.. S... Langsdorf A. 6. commissioning and performance tests. generator and motor operation. 5. CBS Publishers and Distributors. and Kusko A. 9. Bhopal (Book). Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Limited.. Total Contact Hours 5 6 42 11. “The Performance and Design of Alternating Current Machines”. McGraw-Hill International Book Company.. 6th Ed. No. No. 3.S.

Breakdown in Uniform 1. Contents Breakdown in Gases: Ionization processes. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. breakdown in electronegative gases. return stroke. corona for positive and negative polarities. No. breakdown in Composite Insulators. cascade circuits. field: Townsend’s mechanisms. breakdown in electronegative gases. Semester: Both P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. multi-stage impulse generators. Generation of impulse voltages: Characteristics of impulse and switching surge voltage. Lightning Phenomenon: Charge formation in clouds: Wilson’s 2. series resonant circuits. Simpson’s theory. analysis of single stage impulse generator circuit. Breakdown in Vacuum Generation of High Voltages: Generation of high direct voltages: 6. Generation of Switching surges. theory. Generation of high alternating voltages: Cascaded transformers. Pre-requisite: NIL 9. Objective: To familiarize the students about the breakdown processes in gases. liquid and solids. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. multiple strokes. breakdown in commercial liquids. Streamer Theory of Gaseous breakdown. Breakdown of gases in nonuniform field: effect of space charge. 10. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. Breakdown in Solids: Intrinsic breakdown. breakdown. Subject Code: EEN-660 Course Title: High Voltage Tecniques 2. Subject Area: PEC 8. Breakdown phenomena under AC voltage and impulse voltage. methods of generating high voltage and testing of equipments. Mechanism of lightning: stepped leader. voltage doubler and multiplier circuits. pure liquids. Treeing and tracking. Electromechanical 4. breakdown in 3. Paschen’s Law. Contact Hours 12 3 3 2 2 9 . Examination Duration (Hrs. 5. Breakdown in Liquids: Classification of liquids.): 4. Thermal breakdown./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1. Rectifier circuits. constructional features of multi-stage impulse generators. Details of Course: S.

principles of insulation coordination Total Contact Hours 5 6 42 11. surge arrestors. Kind D. Tata McGraw-Hill. Boston) Ray S. and Freser K.. New Delhi Year of Publication/ Reprint 2000 2008 2001 2001 2004 .. edition.” An introduction to High Voltage Engineering”. 8. Over-voltages in Power Systems and Insulation Co-ordination: External over-voltages.S. CRC Press. and . and Kamaraju. and Zaengl W.” High Voltage Test Techniques”. circuit breakers. 4.. cables. Newnes (Oxford. Abdel-salamani. Boston) Naidu. Kuffel E. No. internal over-voltages. M.. 2. New Delhi Abdel-salam M.” High Voltage Engineering “. 3. transformers. 1.. No. Newness(Oxford. Anis H. Name of Authors / Books / Publishers Kuffel J.. 2nd edition. bushings. 2nd edition. “High Voltage Engineering fundamentals”.2nd edition. Suggested Books: S.S..” High-Voltage Engineering: Theory and Practice”. insulators.S.4th. 5. Prentice Hall India. V. Contents High Voltage Testing of Power System Equipments: Testing of 7.

Contact Hours 8 2. Pre-requisite: NIL 9. Objective: To provide an in-depth understanding of different aspects of power system planning. Details of Course: S. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. importance and various methodologies. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT . Subject Code: EEN-661 Course Title: Power System Planning 2. up gradation of old power stations. 10. Transmission line reliability evaluation 8 . 5. indices. Role of key institutions in power system planning in Indian context. Subject Area: PEC 8. Semester: Both P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. Corona losses and Radio interference . Markov twostate model for generating systems availability. Generation Planning: Load forecasting. Contents Basic Elements Power System Planning: Various issues relating 1. Routing of transmission lines . Transmission Line Planning: Selection of voltage levels and type of system ( EHV AC or HVDC) .of-Way requirements. mainly in the Indian context. Line congestion in deregulated systems and their minimization Grid issues and regulations. technical and economic issues 8 3. No. power system reliability . Growth and development of the Electrical Power Industry Global and Indian scenario. Right . Applications of FACTS and system reactive pow er control. /CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1. Examination Duration (Hrs. transmission and distribution aspects of planning Long term and short term planning.year plans. to power system planning: overview of the generation. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. environmental issues relating to electromagnetic and electrostatic field radiations.): 4. methods. Indian power industry and current developments.

Security and contingency analysis Total Contact Hours 10 8 42 11.) Weedy. New Delhi. 4. Contents Distribution Planning: Distribution systems . Distributed automation. Govt. W. New Delhi Sullivan W.M. R. London (U. No. ring and radial 4. " Electrical Power Systems" John Wiley and Sons. " Reliability Evaluation of Power Systems".. Singapore 2. Tata-McGraw Hill. System measurements using SCADA and computer control Miscellaneous issues: Deregulation of power systems.S. conservation and audits. loss minimization by reconfiguration. Name of Authors / Books / Publishers 1. "Fundamentals of Forecasting" . Roy and Allen . substation location and planning. Suggested Books: S. Ministry of Power . Pitman. Pabla. Year of Publication/ Reprint 1992 1987 1977 1984 1988 . Reston Publishing Company. Virizinia Billington. A. " Electrical Power Distribution Systems ". systems. of India. National Power Plan ( 1985 -2000AD) Central Electricity Authority. No. Loss minimization in feeders by reactive power compensation: series and shunt compensation.S. 5. and Wayne.K. B. 3. Improved billing strategies. N. energy 5.

Pre-requisite: NIL 9. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. Details of Course: S. Harmonics Theory 1. Subject Area: PEC 8. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. Semester: Both P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1.): 4. harmonic load flow Harmonic state estimation. Modeling of networks 5 4. Subject Code: EEN-662 Course Title: Power System Harmonics 2. 10. Contents Contact Hours 3 2.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. 8 10 42 . Examination Duration (Hrs. Frequency domain and time domain analysis methods for calculation of harmonic propagation and distortation. Modeling of harmonic sources 6 3. No. Objective: To familiarize the students with the harmonics analysis of power systems. detection and elimination of power quality problems Total 10 5. determination of location of harmonic source Power quality problems. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. 6.

Suggested Books: S.. Jos. Bruce C. Smith. Watson.J. Springer Berlin Heidelberg... Analysis and Filter Design”.. Wood. Year of Publication/ Reprint 1997 1998 2001 . Arrillaga. Alan R. No. IEEE Power Engineering Society Wakileh G. “Power Systems Harmonics: Fundamentals. John Wiley & Sons Tutorial on Harmonics Modeling and Simulation”. 3. “Power System Harmonic Analysis”. Neville R. Name of Authors / Books / Publishers 1. 2.11.

1. No. Examination Duration (Hrs. GUPFC Balanced load flow of power system with FACTS devices: 2. STATCOM. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. Objective: To familiarize the students with the system issues when FACTS devices are incorporated in a power system. UPFC. IPFC.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. 3-phase load flow of power system with FACTS devices: 10 4. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. Contents Overview of FACTS devices: SVC. Semester: Both P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. SSSC. TCSC. Optimal power flow with FACTS devices: 6 5. Protection issues with FACTS devices 4 Total 42 .): 4. Pre-requisite: NIL 9. Contact Hours 4 14 3. Subject Area: PEC 8. Details of Course: S. Subject Code: EEN-663 Course Title: Flexible AC Transmission Systems 2./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1. 10. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. Elementary concept of stability improvement with FACTS devices 4 6.

. M. R. “Flexible AC Transmission Systems”. and Johns A.. 2. John Wiley & Sons Ltd. T. IET. Acha E. K. No.. IEEE press series on power engineering. IEE Power Series. Wiley IEEE press. Fuerta-Esquivel C. 3. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2004 1999 2000 2002 . Name of Authors / Books / Publishers 1. H. and Verma R. and AngelesCamacho C. G. Song Y. “Thyristor based FACTS controllers for electrical transmission systems”. Hingorani N. Wiley IEEE Press.11. 4. “Understanding FACTS: concepts and technology of Flexible AC Transmission systems”. “FACTS modeling and simulation in power networks”. Suggested Books: S. and Gyugi L. England... Ambriz-Perez H. Mathur R..

marine life (offshore wind farms) aesthetics Public opinions and solutions 5 8 8 6 . Power electronics based controllers used with WECS Wind Farms: Typical layouts. relative merits and operational difficulties. lift and drag turbines. No. 4. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. flicker. wind energy dynamics. wind energy input controlling mechanisms and strategies Wind Energy Conversion Systems (WECS): Basic components. 1. Subject Area: PEC 8. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. torque. ecological impact on wildlife. Examination Duration (Hrs. 10. 3. and hybrid schemes. Contents Contact Hours Wind Energy Engineering Fundamentals: Origin and nature of winds. power extracted. merits and challenges 10 Environmental Aspects of Wind Power Projects: main environmental problems-noise. axial thrust on turbines. and operational problems with grid interface. basic rotor differences. measurement of wind speed and parameters . Subject Code: EEN-664 Course Title: Wind Energy 2. fixed and variable speeds systems. power evacuation. standalone. self and line excited windmills. /CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1. grid. upwind and down wind machines. 5. induction and synchronous machines. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. Semester: Both P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. maximum power and Betz coefficient.C. wind turbine operational characteristic Construction of Wind Turbines : HAWT and VAWT constructions . Type of generators used-D.. major applications. site selection of wind farms.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT . Offshore and onshore wind farms. birds. Pre-requisite: NIL 9. 2. Objective: To impart understanding of various aspects related to wind energy power generation systems and technology.): 4. Details of Course: S.

G. No. No. (USA) Heier. Vermount. development.N. L. 6. " Wind Energy System " .K. Franklin Institute Press. " Winds and Systems Performance ".New York ( USA) 1995 1978 1985 1990 1998 . W.L. Philadelphia( USA) Johnson.) 1976 Gipe. 6. Paul " Wind Power" Chelsea Green Publishing Company. L. London. 4. N. E & F. 5. Suggested Books: S. Prentice Hall Inc . Spon Ltd. 1. Name of Authors / Books / Publishers Year of Publication/ Reprint Golding E.(U." Wind Energy Conversion System" Prentice Hall. Wiley.J. "The Generation of Electricity by Wind farms".(U. Justus. C.S.K). Englewood Cliffs."Grid Integration of Wind Energy Conversion Systems". 2. S.. 3. progress and challenges facing the wind industry : perspectives from developed and developing nations Total 42 11. Contents Contact Hours Wind Energy Program in India and the World: Overview of 5 growth. (USA) Freris. Gary.

Bus bar arrangements. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. Subject Area: PEC 8. effect of transients and switching on relays and different type of circuit breakers and their testing as per standard. Different type of relays: static. Semester: Both P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. digital and computer aided relaying 6 5. Objective: To introduce the electronic. Subject Code: EEN-665 Course Title: Relaying and Switchgear 2. No.): 4. theory and operation. input output devices. Pre-requisite: NIL 9. time delay circuits. Basic construction of static relays. High current bus bars and design consideration 2 . 4 3.C. D. supplies and associated elements. Transient over voltages and their suppression. Contact Hours 4 2. 1. effect of offset and remedy. PTs and mixing transformers. Contents Relays Review of relay characteristics and operating equations with respect to static comparators. 10. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. Examination Duration (Hrs. CTs. digital and computer techniques used in power system relaying. Introduction of multi input comparators and characteristics 8 4. Details of Course: S. effect of CT saturation on relay operation. Static comparators: Different types of two input amplitude and phase comparators./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT.

New Yark B.S. John Wiley & Sons. Year of Publication/ Reprint 1977 Reprint 2005 2002 1976 2002 . 4. “Distribution Switchgear”. 8. A. “The J&P Switchgear Book”. SF6. Contents Contact Hours Switchgear Review of arc formation. interruption of current in circuit breakers. N. New Age International (P) Limited. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company R. Warrington. Ninth Reprint. 7. 5. Volume II.“Power System Protection and Switchgear”. B. R. Lythall. Ravindranath and M. T. Suggested Books: S. vacuum and D. 6. The Institution of Electrical Engineers. London 2. First Edition. Name of Authors / Books / Publishers 1.C. Ram And D. Circuit breaker testing methods as per standard 9 6 3 Total 42 11. van C. Inc. No. Third Edition. Chander. Study and operation of air blast. Selection and design considerations. Circuit breaker ratings. “Power System Protection And Switchgear”. Vishwakarma. Effect on circuit breaker performance under different conditions in power system operation. 3. properties and characteristics. Seventh Edition. circuit breakers. Newnes-Butterworth Stan Stewart. high resistance and low resistance theories of interruption. “Protective Relays Their Theories and Practice”. No.

Cost justification. types of architecture. Pre-requisite: NIL 9. Examination Duration (Hrs. RTU. 1. Contact Hours 3 5 6 8 4 Automation architecture: SCADA system: hardware. building blocks.): 4. Objective: To familiarize the students with the fundamental of distribution system automation 10. Risks/benefits. hardware for distribution systems Protection and Control. control and features. blocks./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1. Details of Course: S. control logic Data Communication systems for control and automation. software. IEC standards Internet. data acquisition. Semester: Both P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. model. OSI 4. Subject Area: PEC 8. 7. PLC. and Protection-examples. wire and wireless communication Communication protocols 5. adaptive protection concept. IED. internet communication. Contents Distribution system automation: Basic theory. synchronised phasor measurements. Subject Code: EEN-666 Course Title: Distribution System Automation 2.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. wide-area measurement system.hard and soft Central control and outage management. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. Utility integration of communication & Control. applications. decision support 2. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. equipment monitoring for reliability and safety. 6. No. security problems 10 Total 42 6 . interfaces within building 3.

Utility Automation Consulting Lohman.. Name of Authors / Books / Publishers 1. “Practical Electrical Network Automation & Communication Systems" Elsevier Eastern.. Brand K... New Delhi. CRC Press 2. “Substation Automation Handbook”. 3. McDonald. Germany Electric Power Substations Engineering Edited By John D. Suggested Books: S. No. Wimmer W. Lohmann V.11. Stauss C. Limited. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2003 2003 2003 .

Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. energy limited systems. Semester: Both Power System Reliability P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. Basic Reliability Evaluation: General reliability functions. Objective: To introduce the concepts of reliability modeling of generation. series –parallel./CENTRE: 1. generating capacity –frequency and duration method. probability distributions. transmission and distribution systems and their applications in assessing the system adequacy in terms of relevant reliability indices. Subject Area: PEC 8. application to multi-state problems. discrete Markov chains. recursive algorithm. frequency and duration technique concepts. approximate system reliability evaluation. loss of load indices. load forecast uncertainty. continuous Markov process. probability distributions in reliability evaluation. 10 . tie-set method. Subject Code: EEN-667 2. 6 3. random variables. network modeling and evaluation of complex systems. Contact Hours: Course Title: L: 3 T: 1 3. Examination Duration (Hrs. Credits: 4 Department of Electrical Engineering Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. variance and standard deviation. loss of energy indices. Gram-Charlier series and its application to generation system reliability evaluation. capacity outage table. Contact Hours 4 2. Details of Course: S. Generation System Reliability: Generation system models. Contents Basic Probability Theory: Probability concepts. density and distribution functions.): 4. expected energy generation. 10. No. network modeling and evaluation of series. inclusion of scheduled outages. Pre-requisite: NIL 9. cut-set method. mathematical expectations. 1. rules for combining probability. parallel.

elementary concepts for reliability evaluation of multi-connected systems. failure modes and effects analysis. Total Contact Hours 6 6 10 42 11. effect of tie capacity. Distribution System Reliability: Basic technique and application to radial systems. Billinton R. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. network configuration. load and energy indices. Year of Publication/ Reprint 1984 1983 1978 . effect of load transfer. Contents Interconnected System: Probability array method in two interconnected systems. No. tie reliability and number of tie lines.. 4. 2. temporary and transient failures. John Wiley and Sons. 5. and Ronald N. Pitman Advanced Publishing Program. conditional probability approach. A. No. “Reliability Evaluation of Engineering Systems Concepts and Techniques”. and Ronald N. effect of lateral distributor protection. Suggested Books: S. Pitman Advanced Publishing Program. Billinton R. Composite Generation and Transmission System Reliability: Radial configurations. customer–oriented indices. inclusion of scheduled maintenance. 6. “Reliability Modeling in Electric Power Systems”. state selection. effect of protection failures. meshed and parallel networks..S. inclusion of weather effects. system and load point indices. effect of disconnects. approximate methods. 3. Endrenyi J. “Reliability Evaluation of Power Systems”.. A. equivalent assistance unit method for reliability evaluation of inter-connected system.

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. Sinusoidal waveform. Digital protection of transmission lines (differential. 4 3 . travelling wave based and DFT based) Fundamental of frequency estimation techniques 8 Total 42 4. Semester: Both P: 2 Practical: 0 ETE: 40 PRE: 0 7. Contents Review of microprocessors and interfacing concepts.): 4. Examination Duration (Hrs./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1. Subject Code: EEN-668 Course Title: Digital Protection of Power Systems 2. block diagram 1. Harr Transforms Digital communication and Fiber optics 3. Relative Weight: CWS: 15 5. Details of Course: S. No. Contact Hours 5 6 6 6 5. Least square and differential equation based techniques Digital protection of generators 6. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 0 3. 10. 8. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 25 MTE: 20 6. Digital protection of transformers 4 7. Pre-requisite: NIL 9. Subject Area: PEC 8. Walsh and 2. Objective: To familiarize the students with the fundamental of digital protection systems of power networks and elements. of microprocessor based relays Digital signal processing and fundamentals of Fourier.

UK. Singh R. No.. New Delhi. “Digital power system protection”. K.. Power System protection. 2.11. edited by the Electricity Training Association. Johns A. T. Vol. UK. Suggested Books: S. 3. London. London.-4: Digital protection and signaling. IEE Press.. Name of Authors / Books / Publishers 1. IEE press. and Salman S. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2007 1997 1997 . PHI Ltd. P. IEE power engineering series. “Digital protection of power system”.

Voltage stability of power system 4 3. Examination Duration (Hrs. Objective: To familiarize the students with the dynamic analysis of power systems. Semester: Both P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. 4. Direct estimation of transient stability using energy function approach 4 6. No. modeling: Basic concepts of different types of stability 2. Time domain simulation of a generalized multi-machine power system using partition explicit and simultaneous implicit methods 10 5. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. 10. Contents Review of synchronous machine modeling and transmission system 1. Details of Course: S. Subject Area: PEC 8. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. Total 12 42 . Contact Hours 8 4 Small signal stability analysis of a generalized multi-machine power system with and without slow and fast exciter and PSS. Pre-requisite: NIL 9. Subject Code: EEN-669 Course Title: Power System Dynamics 2.): 4./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT.

11. Year of Publication/ Reprint 1998 1994 1994 2002 . R. Padiyar K. Mc Graw Hill.. and Pai M. “Power system dynamics and stability”. W. Hyderabad.. M. Power System Stability and Control. 2. prentice-Hall. Suggested Books: S. and Fouad A. “Power system dynamics: stability and control”. IEEE Press. No. 3. A. BS publications.. 4. Kundur P. “Power system control and stability”. Sauer P. Anderson P.. Name of Authors / Books / Publishers 1. A.

cost justification. adaptive protection concepts. IEC 4.hardware. Automation Architecture: SCADA system. Digital Communications: Elements of digital communication 2. digital multiplexing. 10.examples. integration. management and security. Total Contact Hours 2 10 4 6 6 14 42 . data acquisition. IEC standards. Objective: To impart knowledge about substation automation. network. No. systems. Enterprise Communication: LAN/WAN integration. 3. Ethernet. 1. gateways. . Semester: Both P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. equipment monitoring for reliability and safety. Subject Area: PEC 8. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. and protection. error handling. encoding. Subject Code: EEN-670 2./CENTRE: 1. Pre-requisite: NIL 9. PLC. PROFIBUS. risks/benefits. synchronized phasor measurements. TCP/IP. modulation and demodulation.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. Hierarchical/bus/star/ring configuration. Communication Protocols: DNP. hubs. Details of Course: S.): 4. architecture alternatives and management of the substation data. communication media.hard and soft. Credits: 4 Department of Electrical Engineering Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. routers. 6. IED. 60870-5. 5. Contact Hours: Course Title: Substation Automation L: 3 T: 1 3. Examination Duration (Hrs. wide-area measurement system. Object Oriented Technology: Concepts. RTU. including components. control and features. use of C++ and Java. types of architecture. MODBUS. utility integration of communication and control. ISO seven layer model. software. Contents Power System Automation: Basic theory.

CRC Press. Brand K. Elsevier Eastern Limited. 2.... 2nd Ed. Suggested Books: S.. “Electric Power Engineering Handbook”. and Wimmer W. 3. McDonald J. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2007 2003 2003 2003 . Lohmann V. “Electric Power Substations Engineering”. No. 4. Stauss C...11. D. “Substation Automation Handbook”. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. CRC Press. L. Utility Automation Consulting Lohman. Grigsby L. “Practical Electrical Network Automation and Communication Systems”.

No. 8 industry. energy policy and cost. power pool. trading arrangements. Subject Area: PEC 8. control. distribution planning. Objective: To acquaint students with the new deregulation techniques of power system. demand side management. 3. metering and risk assessment. classification of ISO types. electricity demand operation and reliability. pool and bilateral contracts. market power evaluation. open transmission system operation. load forecasting. characteristics.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. marginal pricing methods. traditional central utility model. and congestion management in open access transmission systems in normal operation. rolled in pricing 4. . 8 clearing and pricing. role of the existing power 1. Details of Course: S. connection and use of system charges. independent system operator (ISO). Contents Contact Hours Competitive market for generation. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. 10. renewable generation technologies. bidding. 8 methods. Transmission pricing in open access system. market 2.functions and responsibilities. market regulation. multilateral transaction model. Contact Hours: Course Title: L: 3 T: 1 3. multilateral trades. Subject Code: EEN-671 2. Pre-requisite: NIL 9. retail electric providers. Examination Duration (Hrs. planning. 12 power exchange and ISO .): 4./CENTRE: 1. ISO models. zonal pricing. distributed generation. embedded cost recovery. Semester: Both Power System Deregulation P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. Credits: 4 Department of Electrical Engineering Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. Role of the transmission provider. Wholesale electricity markets.

“Spot Pricing of Electricity”.. 2. 3. C. S. electricity 5. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2003 1988 1998 .. “Power System Restructuring and Deregulation – Trading. Performance and Information Technology”.. Fred C. Michael C. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1.. and Roger E. Kluwer Academic Publishers. transmission pricing. Total Contact Hours 6 42 11. Richard D.S. No. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Marija I. L.. pricing of inter provincial power market. electricity cost derivation. Suggested Books: S. Francisco G. “Power Systems Restructuring: Engineering and Economics”. and Lester F. B.. T. Contents Predicting electricity costs. Loi L. John Wiley and Sons. No.

extreme learning machines. Bayesian belief networks. radial basis function networksrecurrent networks. Bayes optimal classifier. descent rule. squared error hypotheses. learning the structure of Bayesian networks. avoiding overfitting the data. learning applications. 10. gradient ascent training of Bayesian networks. Semester: Both P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. Subject Code: EEN-680 Course Title: Machine Learning 2. restriction biases and preference biases. model selection and generalization. Review of Artificial Neural Networks: Perceptrons and gradient 3. Objective: This course provides a broad introduction to machine learning and data mining. Examination Duration (Hrs. noise. derivation of k means algorithm Contact Hours 4 6 4 8 ./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1.): 4. Bayesian Learning: Bayes theorem. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. The course helps students to apply machine learning algorithms to solve problems of moderate complexity. the EM algorithm. hypothesis space search in decision tree learning. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. Subject Area: PEC 8. Decision tree learning: Decision tree representation. Details of Course: S. reinforcement learning. Pre-requisite: NIL 9. supervised and unsupervised learning. learning multiple classes. maximum likelihood and least 4. Naïve Bayes classifier. handling training examples with missing attribute values. classification. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. multilayer networks and backpropagation algorithm. unsupervised networks. Gibbs algorithm. examples of machine 1. inductive bias in tree learning. appropriate 2. problems for decision tree learning. handling attributes with differing costs.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. alternative measures for selecting attribute values. regression. No. perspective and issues in machine learning. Contents Introduction: Well-posed learning problems.

learning vector 7 quantization. No.. temporal difference learning. support vector regression. Total Contact Hours 8 4 4 4 42 11. Year of Publication/ Reprint 1997 2009 2006 2005 . Bishop. “Neural Networks and Learning Machines” (3rd Edition). relationship to dynamic programming. T. Reinforcement learning: The learning task. Unsupervised Learning: Competitive learning. PrenticeHall 3. linear SVM. “Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning”. generalization. kernel functions.S. Q learning. 4. Name of Authors / Books / Publishers 1. Multiclass classification using SVM. McGraw-Hill 2. Springer Ethem Alpaydin. nonlinear SVM. margin SVM. “Introduction to Machine Learning”. 8 convergence . Mitchell “Machine Learning”. mixture of experts. nondeterministic rewards and actions. Suggested Books: S. locally weighted regression. soft 5. Haykin. distance 6 weighted neighbor learning. Prentice Hall Christopher M. case based learning. S. No. self organizing maps. Instance based learning: k-nearest neighbor learning. adaptive resonance theory. Contents Support Vector Machines: VC dimension.

Objective: Introduction to computer-aided design tools for development of complex digital circuits/systems and their prototyping with PLDs. Finite state machine(FSM). Review of Digital Logic Design Fundamentals: Development and evolution digital devices. EDA Tools (Integrated software Environment).): 4. Sequential packages Overview of PLDs and EDA Software: Introduction of PLDs.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. code conversion of ASM 6 2. Design Development flow. Finite State Machine with Datapath (FSMD) code development of FSMD. Examination Duration (Hrs. Relative Weight: CWS: 15 5. general FPGAs devices.Finite State machine. Semester: Both ETE: 40 PRE: 0 7. mealy and moore machines. Contact Hours: Course Title: Advanced Digital System Design L: 3 T: 0 3./CENTRE: 1. Subject Area: PEC 8. Overview of the hardware platform. Details of Course: S. 6 8 . Algorithmic state machine charts (ASM).design examples. Design of sequential circuits. 10. Subject Code: EEN-682 2. Pre-requisite: Basic courses on Digital Electronics and Microprocessors 9. Abstraction levels of digital system design. creation of design project and HDL codes. Credits: 4 Department of Electrical Engineering Theory: 3 PRS: 25 P: 2 Practical: 0 MTE: 20 6. Contents Contact Hours 1. CPU design. design and verification tools. test-bench and perform the RTL simulation RTL Design with HDLs: Combinational circuits design and verification. No. Designing of combinational circuits. 3. regular sequential circuits and components.

PWS Publishing Company Maxfield C. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Limited. 8 6 42 11. “Digital Design”. Interrupt handling. Xilinx’s PicoBlaze Overview: Overview of PicoBlaze. useful code constructs. Development flow. Pearson Education. M. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2008 1998 2006 2008 2008 . safe and aggressive designs. Interfacing. . Architectural Block diagram.. Design and code. 2. Instruction set. Internal Architecture.S. Timing requirement. Specification of SRAM. 6.Assembler directives. Timing parameters. HDL implementation. M. “Circuit design with VHDL”. PS2 keyboard scan code. “Fundamentals of Digital Logic with VHDL Design”. Digital Systems Design Using VHDL. “The Design Warrior’s Guide to FPGAs – Devices. Brown S. KCPSM3 directives PicoBlaze Assembly Code Development: Development toolsXilinx’s KCPSM3 and PBlazIDE .. No. example programme and their verification through PBlaze IDE FPGA Implementation of Digital Circuits: Constraint file development. general-purpose microcontroller. Pedroni V. Interface circuit. PS2: Introduction. development of SOPC. Contents Contact Hours 4. Timing analysis. UART receiving subsystem. Newnes. synthesis and implementation of HDL codes. No. Charles H Roth Jr. Oversampling procedure. Device-to-host communication protocol. 4th Ed. Overall UART system. and Ciletti M. Prentice Hall of India Private Limited. embedded microcontrollers. PS2 receiving subsystem. Design ASMD chart. Complete UART core. Input / Output Modules: UART: Introduction. UART transmitting subsystem. example circuits. Total 8 5. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. Soft core microcontroller implementation: Picoblaze use in HDL design flow. implementation of programmed processor. External SRAM: Introduction. 2nd Ed. example circuits Customized Hardware and Software: Special-purpose FSMD. Generation and downloading of the configuration file to a PLD device. subroutine development. example circuits. 4. Instruction format. D. Tools and Flows”. A. 3.... 5. Mano M. UART receiver. Programming model. and Vranesic Z.. control structure. Suggested Books: S. Baud rate generator.

/CENTRE: 1. robot anatomy. cartesian space 7. links. Examination Duration (Hrs. force control of robotic manipulators. Total Contact Hours 3 4 5 4 5 5 4 4 42 . Dynamic modeling. Kinematic modeling of the manipulator. and translation of vectors. Newton.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TEHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. solvability of inverse kinematic model.): 4. 10. Objective: To familiarize with the working of robot. Mapping between rotated and translated frames. manipulator transformation matrix The inverse kinematics. Contact Hours: Course Title: L: 3 T: 1 3. Lagrange-Euler formulation. formulation. 1. Details of Course: S. sensing and vision. static analysis.Euler 6. computed torque 8. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. Subject Code: EEN-683 2. kinematic relationship between adjacent links. Subject Area: PCC 8. Control of manipulator. endeffector. combined rotation 2. robot kinematics. its components. Contents Evolution of robots and robotics. Denavit-Hartenberg 3. velocity propagation 5. Trajectory planning. 4. fundamental rotation matrices. control. degrees of freedom. joints. formulation. solution techniques. joint space techniques. position and orientation analysis. dynamics and control. PID control scheme. Credits: 4 Department of Electrical Engineering Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. wrist configuration. manipulator Jaccobian. arm configuration. along links. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of control systems and electrical machines 9. notation. Linear and angular velocity of a rigid body. Semester: Autumn Introduction to Robotics P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. No.

Semester: Both ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. Objective: To introduce the concepts of reliability modeling of systems and their applications in assessing the system adequacy in terms of relevant reliability indices. parallel. and simplicity. cut-set method. No./CENTRE: 1. probability distributions. density and distribution functions. Contact Hours: Course Title: L: 3 T: 1 3. redundancy and redundancy allocation Contact Hours 3 5 12 10 . variance and standard deviation. Details of Course: S. standby and k out of n:G systems. rules for 1. frequency and duration technique concepts. probability distributions in reliability evaluation. tie-set method. MTTF. 3. approximate system reliability evaluation. series –parallel.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. Subject Area: PEC 8. discrete Markov chains. treatment of field data Basic Reliability Evaluation: General reliability functions. fault tree technique Reliability enhancement: Component improvement. Catastrophic failure models: Component reliability from test data. Pre-requisite: NIL 9. and evaluation of series.): 4. proper design 4. Credits: 4 Department of Electrical Engineering CWS: 25 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 System Reliability P: 0 Practical: 0 MTE: 25 6. 2. application to multi-state problems. random variables. creative design. Relative Weight: 5. time dependent hazard models. Subject Code: EEN-684 2. conservative design and derating. combining probability. mathematical expectations. Contents Review of Probability Theory: Probability concepts. and other methods. event space method. stress dependent hazard models. continuous Markov process. 10. Examination Duration (Hrs. and complex systems.

creative design for drift failures. UTR. University Science Press Fuqua N. Maintenance and Safety Engineering.. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. an Engineering Approach. preventive maintenance. Contents Drift failures: Concept of drift failures. Reliability.K. failure mechanism. Wiley Eastern Limited Gupta A. 4. MTBF. maintainability. Year of Publication/ Reprint 1968 1986 2009 1986 . in device and unit performance with time and loading/stresses.L. 3... Reliability and Life Testing. Probabilistic Reliability. 2. change 5. Suggested Books: S. No. k-out of n:G system with repair and installation.. accelerated stress testing. Shooman M.K. MTTR. McGraw Hill Sinha S. Reliability Engineering for Electronic Design. 6.S. System with repair: Availability. Marcel Dekker Inc. Total Contact Hours 5 7 42 11.B. No.

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE
NAME OF DEPTT./CENTRE:
1. Subject Code: EEN-685
2. Contact Hours:

Course Title:

L: 3

T: 1

3. Examination Duration (Hrs.):

4. Relative Weight:

5. Credits: 4

Department of Electrical Engineering

CWS: 25

Theory: 3

PRS: 0

Stochastic Systems
P: 0
Practical: 0

MTE: 25

6. Semester: Both

ETE: 50

PRE: 0

7. Subject Area: PEC

8. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of Feed Back Control & Probability Theory

9. Objective:
To acquire the knowledge on stochastic signals and the response of feed-back processes
for these type of signals and their design using performance indices.
10. Details of Course:
S. No.
Contents
Concepts of probability, random variables and stochastic signals.
1.
First & second order statistics of stochastic process. Ergodic
hypothesis & correlation functions. Poisson distribution of event
points.
Random variables and their characteristics. CDF & PDF and their
2.
properties. Existence theorem. Gaussian RV, Poisson RV, Bernoulli
distributed RV and uniformly distributed RV
Response of a linear system to stochastic signal inputs; power
3.
density spectra and basic relationships.
Analytical design of linear feed-back controls. Parseval’s theorem &
4.
its generalization. M.S.E. estimation for different cases. Wiener
Hopf integral equation and methods of solution.
Gauss – Markov sequence and process models; optimal prediction,
5.
filtering and smoothing for continuous and discrete linear systems
Total

Contact Hours
10

6

6

10

10
42

11. Suggested Books:
S. No.

Name of Authors /Books / Publishers

1.

Deuschel Jean-Dominique et al : “Interacting Stochastic Systems”,
Springer: Berlin, New York
Kulkami Vidyadhar G. : “Modeling and Analysis of Stochastic
Systems”, Chapman and Hall/CRC
Medhi J. : “Stochastic Processes”, Wiley Eastern Limited

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Meditch J.S. : “ Stochastic Optimal Linear Estimation and Control “,
McGraw-Hill, Inc
Papoulis A : “Probability, Random variables, and Stochastic
Processes”, Third edition, McGraw-Hill,
Pugachev V.S. et al : “ Stochastic Systems: Theory and
Applications”, RiverEdge,NJ: World Scientific

Year of
Publication/
Reprint
2005
1995
1984
1969
1991
2001

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE
NAME OF DEPTT./CENTRE:

Department of Electrical Engineering

1. Subject Code: EEN-686

Course Title: Optimal Systems

2. Contact Hours:

L: 3

T: 1

3. Examination Duration (Hrs.):

4. Relative Weight:

5. Credits: 4

CWS: 25

P: 0

Theory: 3

PRS: 0

Practical: 0

MTE: 25

6. Semester: Both

ETE: 50

PRE: 0

7. Subject Area: PEC

8. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of Linear Control Systems

9. Objective:
To familiarize with the concept of optimal control of continuous time and discrete
time systems.
10. Details of Course:
S. No.
1.

2.

Contents
Introduction: Definitions of Optimal Control, plant, Performance
Index, constraints, formulation of optimal control problem, selection
of a performance index
Calculus of Variations and Optimal Control:
Basic Concept, Optimum of a Function and a Functional, The Basic

Contact Hours
4

8

Variational Problem, Fixed-End Time and Fixed-End State System, EulerLagrange Equation, Different Cases for Euler-Lagrange Equation, The
Second Variation, Extrema of Functions with Conditions, Variational
Approach to Optimal Control Systems, Terminal Cost Problem

3.

Linear Quadratic Optimal Control Systems:

10

Problem Formulation, Finite-Time Linear Quadratic Regulator, LQR
System for General Performance Index, Analytical Solution to the Matrix
Differential Riccati Equation, Infinite-Time LQR System, Stability Issues
of Time-Invariant Regulator, Linear Quadratic Tracking System: FiniteTime Case, LQT System: Infinite-Time Case, LQR with a Specified
Degree of Stability

4.

Discrete-Time Optimal Control Systems:
Variational Calculus for Discrete-Time, Discrete-Time Optimal
Control Systems, Discrete-Time Linear State Regulator, Closed-Loop
Optimal Control: Matrix Difference Riccati Equation

4

Fuel-Optimal Control Systems. Suggested Books: S. Sage A. Optimal Control of Continuous-Time Systems. CRC PRESS. 2. LQR System Using H-J-B Equation Time-Optimal Control of LTI System: Problem Formulation and Statement.S. 5. Structure of Time-Optimal Control System. P. TOC of a Double Integral System. Boca Raton London New York Washington. No. Dover Publication Inc.. Mineola. Principle of Optimality. No.”OPTIMAL CONTROL SYSTEMS”. Naidu Desineni Subbaram. 3. Name of Authors / Books / Publishers 1. PranticeHall. 6. C. and White C. The Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman Equation. Solution of the TOC System.C.”Optimal Control Theory An Introduction”. New York. N. Kirk Donald E. Contents Pontryagin Minimum Principle: Pontryagin Minimum Principle.Englewood Cliffs.J. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2004 2002 1977 . D. Energy-Optimal Control Systems Total Contact Hours 8 8 42 11.”Optimum Systems Control”. Dynamic Programming. Optimal Control of Discrete-Time Systems. Optimal Control Using Dynamic Programming.

Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. Examination Duration (Hrs. Transportation Problems: Determination of starting solution. Subject Code: EEN-687 Course Title: Operations Research 2. duality and sensitivity analysis. multi-item EOQ with storage limitation. 10. Probabilistic Decision Making: Decision making under risk. Contents Linear Programming: Graphical LP solution. Project Scheduling by CPM/PERT: Network representations. Game Theory: Optimal solution of two person zero sum game. Pre-requisite: NIL 9. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. assignment problemsHungarian method & its simplex explanation. two phase method. 2. Details of Course: S.dual simplex method. EOQ with price breaks. pure birth and 7. zero-one 3. Objective: To introduce with foundations of operations research methodology and tools. iterative computations of algorithm. solution of mixed strategy games. Total Contact Hours 10 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 42 . Inventory Models: Static EOQ models. No. 5. degeneracy. dynamic EOQ models. construction of time schedule. 4./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1.): 4. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. infeasible solutions. alternate optima. Big 1. Integer Programming: Branch and bound method. primal dual computations. Semester: Both P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. critical path computations. 8. specialized Poission queues. death models. unbounded optimal solutions.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. implicit enumeration algorithm. generalized Poission queuing model. simplex method.cutting plane algorithm. 6. M method. Queueing Theory: Role of exponential distribution. probabilistic dynamic programming. Subject Area: PEC 8.

Prentice Hall of India 2. “Linear Programming in Single and Multiple Objecting Systems”.11. Prentice Hall of India Bazaraa M... “Programming and Network Flows”.A. John Willy & Sons. Name of Authors / Books / Publishers 1. P. Taha H. Suggested Books: S. 3.. Ignizio J. “Operations Research”. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2009 1982 1977 . and Jarvis J. No..J.S. 8th Ed.

Subject Area: PEC 8. exponential and power operations on interval sets. Contact Hours: Course Title: L: 3 T: 1 3. Mathematical operations and 1. application of interval mathematics in control systems. bode. practical control systems examples Total Contact Hours 6 6 9 7 12 42 . Extremal properties of the Kharitonov polynomial The Edge Theorem: Introduction. domain properties. Objective: To impart the knowledge of various techniques based on interval mathematics important from control system point of view. Subject Code: EEN-688 2./CENTRE: 1. No.): 4. Semester: Both ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. lag and lead compensators. time domain and frequency 2. examples Stability Analysis and Controller Analysis: Stability margin of 5. logarithmic. Credits: 4 Department of Electrical Engineering CWS: 25 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 Interval Control Systems P: 0 Practical: 0 MTE: 25 6. interval systems. 10. and Nichols envelopes. Kharitonov's theorem for real 3. P/PI/PID control design. theorem. proof of Kharitonov's theorem. Examination Duration (Hrs. Nyquist. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of Control Systems 9. Contents Introduction: Interval set analysis. interval equations and their solutions. Kharitonov's theorem for complex polynomials. The stability problem in feedback systems with plant parameters variations Interval Polynomials: Introduction. polynomials. Linear Interval Systems: Introduction. Proof of Edge 4. their properties. Details of Course: S. Relative Weight: 5. the Edge theorem. Exposed edges.

C.P. Herzberger. Robust Control: The parameteric Approach. K. Suggested Books: S. Doyle. 2. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. Zhou. Academic Press. Keel.H. Bhattacharayya. H. G. Year of Publication/ Reprint 1983 1995 1995 1963 . S. Prentice Hall. Prentice Hall. 4. I. No.M.11. Synthesis of Feedback systems. Robust and Optimal Control. Horowitz. and L. and K Glover. 3. Academic Press. Introduction to Interval Computations. Alefeld and J. J. chapallet.

4. Tabular Heat Exchanger. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. Pneumatic controller. different types of process controllers: Electric controller. Distillation column Dynamics. Introduction to Laplace Transforms. Mathematical model and controller for Two-tank System Introduction to Process controllers: Need of process controller.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. Credits: 4 CWS: 25 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 P: 0 Practical: 0 MTE: 25 6. Pre-requisite: NIL 9. Flow past immersed bodies. Contact Hours 8 8 8 8 . No. Hydraulic controller. Subject Code: EEN-689 Course Title: Modeling and Simulation 2. Contents Development of a Mathematical Model: Linear State Space Models. momentum and mechanical energy./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1. 2. State variables and State equations for a Chemical process.): 4. Semester: Both ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. Conservation laws for mass. Flow of fluids in conduits. Relative Weight: 5. 3. Need of a mathematical model. Transfer Functions. 10. 1. Fundamentals of heat transfer Mathematical Model of Different processes and Distillation column Dynamics: Continuous Stirred Tank Reactor. Process Dynamics of Fluid Flow and Heat transfer systems: Fundamentals of fluid flow. Objective: To introduce the fundamentals of Mathematical Modelling of Process and study the Dynamics of chemical processes in Industry. Subject Area: PEC 8. Details of Course: S. Mixing Process. Examination Duration (Hrs.

Year of Publication/ Reprint 1991 2006 1973 2004 2003 1984 ..Hall of India Pvt.2nd Ed. Curtis D.. Name of Authors / Books / Publishers 1 Coughnowr.New York Johnson.I. Suggested Books: S. Supervisory Computer Control (SCADA)....Simulation and Control for Chemical Engineers”. McGraw-Hill Book Company. No.” Process control instrumentation technology”. Ltd.Distributed Control System(DCS) Total Contact Hours 10 42 11. Contents Introduction to Computer Aided process Control: Different control actions: on-off or two-position control .. 5.D.Integral control .R.B.D.J. Proportional control .E.S. “Process Modeling .Derivative control .and Koppel.2nd Ed.D. Prantice-Hall. L.Englewood Cliffs.G. No. Analogue Control Systems.”Process Dynamics and Control”. Prentice. DDC (Direct Digital Control).John Wiley and Sons Singh..”Chemical process control: An Introduction to theory and practice”. Prentice-Hall of India 2 3 4 5 6 Stephanopoulos. S. N.T. Luyben W.” Computer-aided process control”..Mcgraw-Hill.F.K.New York Seborg.A.”Process Systems Analysis and Control”. and Mellichamp.Edgar.

Subject Code: EEN-690 Course Title: Advanced Computer Controlled Systems 2. Subject Area: PEC 8. FPU and assembly level programming under protected mode operation. 10./CENTRE: Department of Electrical Engineering 1. method of differentials. 1. Total Contact Hours 8 4 6 4 6 8 6 42 . decomposition and computer simulation. bilinear transformation and mapping of poles and zeros. model through reaction curve.): 4. frequency spectrum and reconstruction 2. applications and computer simulation of 4. Semester: Both P: 0 Practical: 0 ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. Details of Course: S. Routh-Hurwitz criterion and Jury’s test Modified Z-transforms. from analog controllers. 7. Contact Hours: L: 3 T: 1 3. Relative Weight: CWS: 25 5. Dahlin’s method. Digital controller design using plant models: Identification of plant 6. Contents Overview of the execution environment of Pentium processor in PC. No. PDI control action. Kalman’s approach and Smith predictor design Digital controller structures & PC implementation. dead-beat algorithm. theorem Pulse transfer functions. Credits: 4 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 MTE: 25 6. Stability consideration. state transition signal flow 3. Objective: To provide knowledge in design and control of Computer Controlled Systems to get an insight to the practical useful tools and techniques for controlling multivariable processes using microcomputers. diagrams of pulse transfer functions. Data hold. Pre-requisite: Basic knowledge of Microprocessors and PC Programming 9.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. computer controlled processes with transportation lag Direct digital control (DDC) algorithms: digital controller design 5. Review of Z-transforms. Examination Duration (Hrs.

L. et al. Name of Authors / Books / Publishers 1. “Computer Controlled System: Theory and Design”.. “Digital Control System.. “Multivariable Computer-Controlled Systems: A Transfer Function Approach”. Prentice-Hall Irvine Kip R. Suggested Books: S. “Discrete Time Control Systems”.. “Computer Controlled System: Theory and Design”. et al.. 5. Analysis and Design” . et al. Prentice-Hall Rosenwasser Efim et al. Intext Education. Fourth Edition. Astrom K. Astrom K.. Smith Cecil L.. Prentice-Hall.J. No. 6.. 4. Second Edition. Springer.J. Philips C. “Digital Computer Process Control”. Prentice-Hall Year of Publication/ Reprint 1997 2004 1987 1990 2006 1972 1997 . Pearson Education (LPE) Ogata K.11. 2. 3. “Assembly Language for Intel-Based Computer”. 7.

garbage collection. various existing data structures and their related operations. searching. de-queue. evaluation a postfix expression using stack. insertion and deletion. concatenation. Stack: Array Representation. Semester: Both Data Structures P: 2 Practical: 0 ETE: 40 PRE: 0 7. Infix. Subject Area: PEC 8. merging. compile time memory allocation and dynamic (run time) memory allocation. hardware and software implementations of data structures. 10. removal from a queue. Contact Hours: Course Title: L: 3 T: 0 3. pop operations. creation traversal.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. various existing data structures and their related operations with the help of different application problems. its advantages and disadvantages. advantages and disadvantages. Tower of Hanoi problem. Subject Code: EEN-691 2. hardware and software 1. de-queue. No. Pre-requisite: Basic knowledge of programming 9.t. prefix and postfix notations. addition to a queue. Contact Hours 3 7 2 2 3 . addition and removal w. 5. overflow and underflow. Objective: To familiarize students with the concept of abstract data type. input restricted and output restricted de-queue. link list with grounded header node./CENTRE: 1. 4. Credits: 4 Department of Electrical Engineering CWS: 15 Theory: 3 PRS: 25 MTE: 20 6. Linked List: linked array and pointer representations their 2. Details of Course: S. Josephus doubly linked (two way) link. push and 3.r. implementing quick sort algorithm using stack. sorting. header node. converting a recursive procedure to a non-recursive procedure. circular link list. Relative Weight: 5. implementations of data structures. Contents Introduction: Need of data structures. Queue: Simple queue. recursion its advantages. Examination Duration (Hrs.): 4.

inserting an arc in a graph... 7. creating a binary tree. merge sort. sort. buckets. representation in computer memory. Sahni S. and Augenstein M. selection sort. linear probing.. 2. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1.. “Data structures using C and C++”. 4. traversal algorithms threading in a binary tree. efficiency of search. Prentice Hall of India Private Limited. multi-way search tree. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Limited. Total Contact Hours 10 7 2 4 2 42 11. Wiley India. Algorithms and Application in C++”. efficiency of sorting algorithms. “Data Structures and Algorithms with Object Oriented Design Patterns in C++”. Rowe G. J. collision and collision resolving methodologies. depth first traversal and breadth first traversal. Table Data Structure: Hash function and hashing. heap tree. No. heap sort algorithm. traversal in a graph. 6. 2nd Ed. Langsam Y. representation in computer memory and its advantages.. Searching Algorithms: Sequential search. Tenenbaum A. Prentice Hall of India Private Limited. No. R. University Press. sorting. binary search. chaining. efficiency 8. quick sort. “Data Structures Schaum’s Outline Series”. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2008 2008 2004 2007 2008 . deleting an arc from a graph. “Data Structures. improving the efficiency of sequential search by move to front . representation in computer memory. of searching algorithms. creation of heap tree. 2nd Ed. move forward. deleting the root of heap tree. storing (inserting) data in table.S. W.. Suggested Books: S.. Preiss B. deleting a data record from a table. indexed sequential search.. inserting a node in a heap tree. searching a data record in a table. 3. creation of a graph. M. Graph: Basic definitions. heap sort. link list representation using binary tree. Sorting Algorithms: Bubble sort. quadratic probing. 5. hash function.. searching a node and an arc in a graph. selection of 9. Contents Tree: Basic definitions. insertion 10. “Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms With C++”. Lipschutz S.

Subject Code: EEN-692 2. various existing data structures and their related operations with the help of different application problems. Examination Duration (Hrs. Cut and its capacity. Traveling Salesmen problem. Links. Isomorphic Graph. sub graph. hardware and software implementations of data structures. Relative Weight: 5. Planar Graphs. Objective: To familiarize students with the concept of abstract data type. Cycles. Optimization & Switching Theory 9. Walks. Degree. Incidence of a branch. Pre-requisite: Knowledge of State Space Analysis.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. Connected graph. types of graphs. Subject Area: PEC 8. Undirected and Directed graph. Cut sets 2. Trails. and Tie sets Electrical network analysis by graph theory. Trees. Complete graph. Counting Trees. Details of Course: S. Disjoint graphs. Credits: 4 Department of Electrical Engineering CWS: 25 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 P: 0 Practical: 0 MTE: 25 6. 5. in switching and Coding theory Graph theory in operations research. Minimal cost network problem. No. Network analysis including PERT and CPM Total Contact Hours 12 8 8 6 8 42 . Dual Graphs. Contents Definition of graph. Graphs 4. Examples. Adjacency and Incidence Matrices. State space analysis 3. using graph theory Network flows./CENTRE: 1. Distance. Eulerian Graphs. Graphs and 1. Shortest path problem. Paths. Contact Hours: Course Title: Graph Theory and Applications L: 3 T: 1 3. Regular. Hamiltonian Graphs Fundamental circuits. 10. Bipartite. Enumeration of graphs.): 4. Semester: Both ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. Twigs.

West. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2004 2008 2000 1974 2008 . 5. “Operation Research: An Introduction”.. No. 4. Sherali H. Prentice Hall Narsingh Deo. “Graph Theory with applications in the engineering and computer science” Taha H.. 2nd Edition.. 3. Balakrishnan V. McGraw-Hill Bazaraa M. S. J. 2nd Edition. Pearson Education 2. Suggested Books: S. A.. D. Willey India Edition Douglas B. 8 edition. Schaum's Outline Series..“Linear Programming and Network Flows”. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1.11. Jarvis J. “Introduction to Graph Theory”. “Theory and Problems of Graph Theory”.

Contact Hours: Course Title: Advanced Microprocessor and Applications L: 3 T: 0 3. Pre-requisite: Basic course on Microprocessors. No. interfacing memory. 10. concept of pipelining and memory segmentation. interfacing of I/O devices to the processor. Interfacing: Interfacing concepts. assembly language programming and interfacing of I/O devices with typical 16-bit and higher order microprocessors. Subject Area: PEC 8. Memory reference using descriptors in protected mode. Minimum and maximum modes of operation. Credits: 4 Department of Electrical Engineering CWS: 15 Theory: 3 PRS: 25 P: 2 Practical: 0 MTE: 20 6. Objective: To familiarize students with the architecture. Address bus. Contents Evolution of Microprocessors: 8-bit. instruction set. memory address space. segment registers. & 1. 9. 16-bit microprocessors. Execution Unit (EU). logical address. Software Architecture of a 16-bit & 32 bit Microprocessor: 2. Memory organization. Intel IA32 processors. Semester: Both ETE: 40 PRE: 0 7. Contact Hours 2 5 5 2 . Bus Interface Unit (BIU). Subject Code: EEN-693 2. techniques.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. Input-output 4. Relative Weight: 5. comparision with 32 bit processor. 8086/8088. data bus and control bus. offset address and physical address./CENTRE: 1. Operation of 16-bit Microprocessor: Pin configuration of Intel 3. Examination Duration (Hrs. Clock generator Intel 8284.): 4. Details of Course: S.

4th Ed. Design and Application”. interrupt. processing of 7. FPU of Pentium Total Contact Hours 10 5 4 5 4 42 11. EVEN.S. Addressing Modes Data related addressing modes. DB. 9. Coprocessors and Multiprocessing. A.MODEL approach Interrupt Structure: Interrupt pointer.register. Pentium and Pentium Pro Processors.. A. BIOS routines. A. 80386.Machine cycles. DT. direct. No. DD. Hardware and Applications”..intrasegment direct and indirect. ORG. 8088instruction set as subset of IA-32. based relative. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. and Singh A. DUP...”The Pentium Microprocessors. Triebel W. programmable interval timer Intel 8253. Programming Interfacing. Prentice Hall of India. “The 8088 and 8086 Microprocessors. Software. Tata McGraw-Hill. 80486. Prentice Hall of India Mazidi M.. END. Prentice Hall International Edition. data transfer. intersegment direct and indirect. programmable interrupt controller Intel 8259 with 16-bit processor. immediate. “Microprocessor and Interfacing –Programming and Hardware”. 80286. I and II). The 808618088 Family”. Assembler Directives: ASSUME. No. Year of Publication/ Reprint 2006 2006 2002 2007 2003 2007 .. LABEL and PTR. OFFSET. Pearson Education Asia. EQU. DW. and Mazidi J. B. V. 2nd Ed.. Liu Yu-Cheng and Gibson G. register indirect. PROC. parallel interface Intel 8255. 80186. Suggested Books: S. interrupt priorities. “The 80x86 IBM PC and Compatible Computers (Vol. “Intel 8086. 6. G. Hall D. Programmable Support Chips: Interfacing of programmable 8. 5. Design and Interfacing”. 4. arithmetic. James L Antonakos. Assembly Language Programming Macro-assembler. 8088. type numbers. bit manipulation. program execution transfer and processor control instructions. segment definition and models. Prentice Hall of India 2. 80187. internal and external interrupts. 6. string. indexed relative and based indexed. DQ. Assembly Language. Real variable directives. Contents Generalised Instruction Set of IA-32 Microprocessor: 8086/ 5. Architecture. branch related addressing modes. ENDP. Brey B. 3. “Microcomputer Systems.

Relative Weight: Department of Electrical Engineering CWS: 25 Theory: 3 PRS: 0 P: 0 Practical: 0 MTE: 25 6. Subject Area: PEC 8. Examination Duration (Hrs.INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE NAME OF DEPTT. overview of different model order reductions techniques Advanced Techniques for Linear Systems: Time and frequency 2. singular value decomposition. Hankel-norm approximants and truncated state-space realizations. partial fractions. Contents Model Reduction Techniques: Introduction to large scale systems. integrated circuits. power systems. 10. Model Order Reduction for Delayed Systems: Model order 4. Pre-requisite: Advanced System Engineering 9. domain reduction techniques. challenges. mathematics and algebra. Contact Hours: Course Title: L: 3 5. No. Objective: To impart the knowledge of advances in model order reduction techniques useful in various engineering applications. reduction of second and third order system using Fourier–Laguerre series. Balanced realization method. power electronics. Malmquist bases. etc Total Contact Hours 4 10 10 10 8 42 .): 4. Advanced Techniques for Interval Systems: Basics of interval 3. SIMC./CENTRE: 1. Subject Code: EEN-694 2. Applications: Application of model order reduction technique in 5. Credits: 4 Advances in Model Order Reduction Techniques T: 1 3. shift-based approximations. 1. Semester: Both ETE: 50 PRE: 0 7. wavelet-based techniques. Details of Course: S. robotics. interval systems. model order reduction basics. approximation using Krylov subspace. Padé approximants. Pade approximation and Routh approximation reduction techniques. Mixed methods. Hankel approximation.

No. Chen. “Linear System Theory and Design”. Name of Authors /Books / Publishers 1. Nunnari. G. and A. Gallo.11. Suggested Books: S. Holt Rinehart and Winston L. Springer 2. Fortuna. C. “Model Order Reduction Techniques with Applications in Electrical Engineering”. Year of Publication/ Reprint 1970 1992 . T.