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MGM's College of Engineering and Technology

KamotheNavi Mumbai 410209


Course Plan (A.Y 2016-17)
SUBJECT: CONVENTIONAL AND NON-CONVENTIONAL POWER GENERATION CNPG)

Department: - Electrical Engineering


Name of Faculty Member: - Prof Snehal R Dalvi
Lectur
e No.

Sub
Topic
No.

1.1

1.2

1.3

1.4

5
11
12

1.5
2.1
2.2

13
14

2.3
2.4

15
16
17
18

2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8

19

2.9

20

3.0

21

3.1

22

3.2

Course/Semester: - Second Year (III SEM)

Topics to be Covered

Broad Topic

CONVENTIONAL
AND NONCONVENTIONAL
SOURCES OF
ENERGY and
ECONOMICS OF THE
POWER PLANT

THERMAL POWER
PLANT

Detailed contents
Present energy scenario
worldwide
and
Indian
perspective
Load curve, load duration
curve
Various factors and effects
of fluctuating load on
operation.
Methods
of
meeting
fluctuating
load,
load
sharing cost of electrical
energy
Basic Tariff Methods
Law of Thermodynamics
Analysis of steam cycleCarnot, Rankine, Reheat
cycle and Regenerative
cycle.
Layout of power plant
Lay out of pulverized coal
burners
Fluidized bed combustion,
Coal handling systems,
Ash handling systems
Forced draught and induced
draught fans,
Boiler feed pumps, super
heater regenerators
Condensers,
boilers,
deaerators and cooling
towers.
Rainfall, run off and its
measurement hydrograph,
Layout of hydroelectric
power plant,

Expecte
d Date

Actual
Date

Remar
k

23

3.3

HYDRO POWER
PLANT

24

3.4

27

4.1

Introduction
engineering

28
29
30

4.2
4.3
4.4

31

4.5

32

4.6

33
34

5.1
5.2

35
36

5.3
5.4

37

6.1

38

6.2

39

6.3

40

6.4

41

6.5

42

6.6

43

6.7

fission, fusion
nuclear material
, thermal fission reactor and
power plant - PWR BWR
liquid metal fast breeder,
reactors, reactor control
, introduction to plasma
technology
General layout,
Advantages
and
disadvantages,
General layout
Advantages
and
disadvantages,component,
performance of gas turbine
power plant, combined heat
power generation.
Solar concentrators and
tracking
;
Dish
and
Parabolic
trough
concentrating
generating
systems,
Central tower solar thermal
power plants ; Solar Ponds.
Basic principle of power
generation in a PV cell
Band gap and efficiency of
PV
cells
solar
cell
characteristics
Manufacturing methods of
mono- and poly-crystalline
cells;
Amorphous silicon thin film
cells.
Basic component of WEC,

44
45

6.8
6.9

Types of wind turbine


HAWT

46
47

6.10
6.11

4. Nuclear power plant

5 Diesel and gas turbine


power plant

6 Power Generation using


non-conventional energy

Flow
duration
curve,
reservoir storage capacity
Pelton turbine, Kaplan
Turbine and Francis Turbine
of

nuclear

VAWT
Performance parameters of

sources Solar Energy

48

6.12

wind turbine, Power in


wind,
Wind
electric
generators,
wind
characteristics and site
selection; Wind farms for
bulk power supply to grid

Looking Back & Looking


Forward Motor Design