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Department of Electrical Engineering

M Tech in Industrial Power and Automation (EED) Brief & Detailed Syllabus MA6003: Mathematical Methods for Power Engineering
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Vector spaces, Linear transformations, Matrix representation of linear transformation, Eigen values and Eigen vectors of linear operator. Linear Programming Problems, Simplex Method, Duality, Non Linear Programming problems, Unconstrained Problems ,Search methods, Constrained Problems , Lagrange method ,Kuhn-Tucker conditions. Random Variables, Distributions, Independent Random Variables, Marginal and Conditional distributions, Elements of stochastic processes.

EE6401: Energy Auditing & Management
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Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs

Energy auditing: Types and objectives-audit instruments, Energy efficient /high efficient Motors-Case study; Load Matching and selection of motors, Reactive Power management-Capacitor Sizing-Degree of Compensation-Capacitor losses-Location-Placement-Maintenance, case study, Cogeneration-Types and Schemes-Optimal operation of cogeneration plants-case study, Energy conservation in Lighting Schemes, VFD, Energy conservation measures in Gysers, Transformer, Feeder, Pumps and Fans

EE6402: Process Control & Automation
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Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs

Process Modeling, Transfer function-State space models-Time series models, Feedback & Feedforward Control, PID design and tuning, Cascade control- Selective control loops-Ratio control-Control, State feedback control- LQR problem- Pole placement, Process Interactions-Singular value analysis-tuning of multi loop PID control systems-decoupling control, Real-time optimization, Model predictive controlBatch Process control-Plant-wide control & monitoring, Introduction to Fuzzy Logic in Process Control, Introduction to OPC, . Comparison of performance different types of control with examples on software packages

EE6403: Computer Controlled Systems
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Total hours: 42 Hrs Multivariable control, Singular values- Stability norms, Robustness- Robust stability- H2 / H∞ Theory, Interaction and decoupling- Relative gain analysis, Decoupling control, Programmable logic controllers, SCADA, DCS, Real time systems, Supervisory control- direct digital control- Distributed control- PC based automation.

EE6404: Industrial Load Modelling & Control

Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs

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Load Management, Load Modeling; Electricity pricing, Direct load control- Interruptible load control, Load scheduling- Continuous and Batch processes, Computer methods of optimization, -Reactive power control in industries- Cooling and heating load profiling, Energy Storage devices and limitations, Captive power units- Operating strategies- Power Pooling, Integrated Load management for Industries; Software packages-Case study.

EE6406: Industrial Instrumentation
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Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs

Industrial measurement systems, sensors and transducers for different industrial variables, Amplifiers – Filters – A/D converters for industrial measurements systems, Calibration and response of industrial instrumentation, Generalized performance characteristics – static response characterization – dynamic response characterization, Response to different forcing functions such as step, sinusoidal etc. to zero, first, second third and higher orders of systems, Regulators and power supplies for industrial instrumentation, Servo drives, stepper motor drives types and characteristics, hybrid and permanent magnet motors. Advanced modeling tools and their characteristics for automated control instrumentation application

EE6421: Advanced Microcontroller Based Systems
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Basic Computer Organization, Assembly Language Programming, Stack and Subroutines. Interrupts, DMA, Intel 8051, PIC 16F877, Digital Signal Processor (DSP) - Architecture – Programming, Microcontroller development for motor control applications, stepper motor control using micro controller

EE6422: Engineering Optimization
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Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs Concepts of optimization, Classical Optimization Techniques, Linear programming, dual simplex method, Minimum cost flow problem, Network problems-transportation, assignment & allocation, Nonlinear programming, Unconstrained optimization, Constrained optimization, Dynamic programming, Genetic algorithms, optimization using software packages

EE6423: Industrial Communication
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Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs

Characteristics of Communication Networks, OSI Model, Theoretical basis for data communication, Direct link Networks, Ethernet (IEEE 802.3); Token Rings (IEEE 802.5 & FDDI); Address Resolution ProtocolIEEE 802.11 LAN’s- architecture and media access protocols, wireless LAN, Network layer series and routing, The transport layer, SCADA networks, Remote Terminal Unit (RTU), Intelligent Electronic Devices (IED) - Communication Network, IEC 61850, various industrial communication technologies, wired and wireless methods and fiber optics, open standard communication protocols

EE6424: Robotic Systems and Applications
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Mathematics of Spatial Descriptions and Transformations-Robot definition, Robot classification. Robotic system components, Different orientation descriptions, Manipulator Kinematics and Mechanics of Robot Motion, Velocity Transformations, Static Forces Transformations, Manipulator Dynamics, Trajectory Planning, Inverse dynamics control, Robot controller architectures, Robot Sensing and Vision Systems, Introduction to Intelligent Robots, Robots in manufacturing automation

EE6426: Distribution Systems Management and Automation
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Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs

Distribution Automation System, Integration of Distributed Generation and Custom Power components in distribution systems, Electrical System Design, Electrical Safety and Earthing Practices, Communication Systems for Control and Automation, Power Quality and Custom Power, Deregulated Systems.

EE6428: SCADA Systems and Applications
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Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs

Introduction to SCADA, Monitoring and supervisory functions, SCADA applications in Utility Automation, SCADA System Components, RTU, IED, PLC, Communication Network, SCADA Server, SCADA/HMI Systems, Various SCADA architectures, single unified standard architecture -IEC 61850, SCADA Communication, open standard communication protocols.

EE6491: Industrial Power & Automation Laboratory
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Microcontroller Experiments, Programmable Logic Controller, Experiments, Performance Comparison of Centrifugal Pump by Throttling and VFD , Speed Control of Induction Motor using DSP, SCADA Experiments, DCS Experiments, Eddy Current Drive Experiments , Power Quality Experiments.

EE6101: Dynamics of Linear Systems
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Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs.

State variable representations of systems - transfer function and transfer function matrix - solutions of state equations – observability and controllability - minimal realization of MIMO systems - analysis of linear time varying systems - the concepts of stability - Lyapunov stability analysis - Lyapunov function and its properties - controllability by state variable feedback - Ackerman’s Formula - stabilisation by output feedback - asymptotic observers for state measurement - observer design - state space representation of discrete systems - solution of state equations, controllability and observabilty - stability analysis using Lyapunov method - state feedback of linear discrete time systems- design of observers - MATLAB Exercises.

EE6102: Optimal and Adaptive Control

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Optimal control problem –- fundamental concepts and theorems of calculus of variations – Euler Language equation and extremal of functionals - the variational approach to solving optimal control problems - Hamiltonian and different boundary conditions for optimal control problem – linear regulator problem - Pontryagin’s minimum principle - dynamic programming - principle of optimality and its application to optimal control problem - Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman equation - model reference adaptive systems (MRAS) - design hypothesis - introduction to design method based on the use of Liapunov function – design and simulation of variable structure adaptive model following control

EE6103: Applied Instrumentation
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Generalized performance characteristics of measuring systems-general static and dynamic characteristicsmathematically models-general concepts of transfer functions related to instrumentation system. Response of general form of instruments to different types of inputs like periodic, transient and random signals, their characteristics etc. Study, analysis etc of modulation and demodulation problems of instrumentation systems. Design considerations of instrumentation systems.

EE6104: Advanced Instrumentation
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Instrumentation to process control-,rationales for mathematical modeling-transfer function models and related aspects-advanced performance modeling tools and characteristics- definitions and analytical techniques-roll of digital computers in modern instrumentation systems and their related hardwarecomputer aided instrumentation systems- hardware and their functions-different measurements and instrumentation related problems related to micro and nano technology.

EE6121: Data Acquisition & Signal Conditioning

Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs.

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Data Acquisition Systems(DAS) - Objectives - General configurations - Transducers - Signal Conditioning - Instrumentation amplifiers - Noise Reduction Techniques in Signal ConditioningTransmitters -Piezoelectric Couplers- Nyquist’s Sampling Theorem- classification and types of filters Design of Filters- Butterworth Approximation-Narrow Bandpass and Notch Filters and their application in

General operational characteristics – dynamic response and frequency response studies.DAS-Analog-to-Digital Converters(ADC)-Multiplexers and demultiplexers -Digital-to-Analog Conversion(DAC). EE6122: Biomedical Instrumentation L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs.general concepts in set theory.EEG etc – measurement of cardiac out put. Fundamental of Biomedical Instrumentation – origin of bio potentials – biomedical transducers – bio signals .Software Drivers.Data transmission systems.Petri nets models-s-net models-basic definitions and analytical techniques standard problems like synchronizations mutual exclusions. EE6125: Digital Control Systems L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 . popular extensions like Petri nets-s-net etc.Modulation techniques and systems-Telemetry systemsStudy of a representative DAS Board-Interfacing issues with DAS Boards.terminology functions. blood flow.super computer computer pipeline-computer communication network and process control systems etc. Virtual Instruments. blood pressure etc – oximetersmeasurements on pulmonary system – blood gas analyzers – audiometers – patient safety – lasers in medicine – X –ray applications – ultrasound in medicine – pacemakers – defibrillators – electrotherapy – hemodialysis – ventilators –radiotherapy EE6123: Performance Modelling of Systems – I L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs. dynamic graphical models of supercomputers-computer communication systems.ECG.I Total hours: 42 Hrs L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Modeling philosophies and related aspects like degrees of freedom-algorithm for the development of models-modeling tools and applied systems-performance modeling .EMG. EE6124: Performance Modelling of Systems – II Pre-requisite: EE6123: Performance Modelling of Systems .combinatorics .dining philosophies problems-etc.brief theory of bags etc-algorithms-graphs having multiple edges-Euler cycles-the shortest path problems-active graph theory concepts of concurrencyconflict-dead lock problems etc. Modular Programming Techniques-Bus standard for communication between instruments Software Design Strategies for DAS.

back propagation algorithm .special forms of fuzzy logic models .fuzzy control systems . Busbars.Controllability and Observability .State variable models.State feedback with Integral Control-Deadbeat Control by state feedback and deadbeat observers. Motors.Classification – numerical.Multirate z-transform.Stability of linear digital control systemsSteady state error analysis. EE6129: Artificial Neural Networks and Fuzzy Systems Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs Biological foundations .Frequency domain analysis.Difference equation .fuzzy set operations .Generator.Case study examples using MATLAB.Case study examples using MATLAB.least mean square algorithm .Dead beat control design. L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 EE6201: Computer Methods in Power Systems L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs.fuzzification and defuzzification methods .fuzzy to crisp conversion .Dynamic output feedback.Effects of finite wordlength on controllability and closed loop pole placement. Basic elements of digital protection –signal conditioningFFT and Wavelet based algorithms: Relay Schematics and Analysis.z transform and inverse z transform .transfer function.hybrid systems.applications in engineering problems .Protection of Power System Equipment .applications in engineering problems .z transform analysis of closed loop and open loop systems.single layer and multilayer percepturs .Response between sampling instants using state variable approach-Pole placement using state feedback – Servo Design.Solution by recursion and z-transform.adaptive fuzzy systems .Modified z.ANN models .network architectures .classical fuzzy control problems .learning processes .Root loci .Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs Data conversion and quantisation. Power flow analysis. Transmission Systems.Digital controller design using bilinear transformation.fuzzy logic controllers with examples .image processing .Digital PID controllers.Root locus based design.membership functions .Power system security-Contingency analysis-state estimation EE6204: Digital Protection of Power Systems L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs. Pilotwire and Carrier .fuzzy sets .Sparsity Oriented and Optimal Ordering-Fault Analysis-Power System OptimizationOptimal Load flow solution-Optimum reactive power dispatch-Scheduling of hydrothermal systems-AI Techniques applied to power Systems. Protective Relaying .Discretisation Methods. Transformer.

standards and recommended practices.C.Single Phase APFC. Testing of Relays.Lighting and water pumping applications.Grounding and wiring-introduction EE6301: Power Electronic Circuits L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs. Direct energy conversion.Photovoltaic system. Sinusoidal Pulse Width Modulation in Single Phase Inverters .Dynamic Voltage Restorers for sag. Biofuels. Hybrid Energy Systems.Inverter Mode of Operation . .chopper circuits.Power factor improvement. DC Side Current Converters for Static Compensation .Current Schemes. PWM Principles . Integrated and multifunction protection schemes -SCADA based protection systemsFTA.Modeling of networks and components under non-sinusoidal conditions. Micro and mini hydel power. static var compensators-SVC and STATCOM . swell and flicker problems.Passive Compensation .Fuel cells-MHD. Three Phase Inverters -Three Phase Square Wave /Stepped Wave Inverters . D. Power quality measures and standards-IEEE guides. Wind energy. Half Wave Controlled rectifier with RL Load . EE6221: Distributed Generation L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs. Three phase full wave rectifier .economics of wind power. Line Frequency Diode Rectifiers Three Phase half wave rectifier with resistive load . Principle of renewable energy systems-technical and social implications. Harmonics-important harmonic introducing devices -effect of power system harmonics on power system equipment and loads. OTEC-Tidal power sources and applications.Single Phase Input Line Current Harmonics and Power Factor.Dual Converters Switch-Mode dc-ac Inverters . Line Frequency Phase-Controlled Rectifiers and Inverters . Standard Modulation Strategies Multi-Level Inverters Space Vector Modulation Current Regulated Inverter . Three Phase APFC and Control Techniques.Active Harmonic Filtering.Three Phase . Half Controlled Bridge with RL Load . power quality problems created by drives . applications.wind mills.solar energy conversion methodsanalysis-economics-applications. Fully Controlled Bridge with RL Load . Input Side Current Harmonics and Power Factor .solar thermal power generation.Active Power Factor Correction . Three Phase SPWM Inverters Output Filters . EE6222: Power Quality L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs. Single Phase Inverters. Basic Concepts . .

Large Signal Transient Analysis using Transformed Equations .Arithmetic round-off errorsDynamic range scaling.Signal flow graph representations Quantization process and errorsCoefficient quantisation effects in IIR and FIR filters. Zero Voltage Switching Clamped Voltage Topologies . Transformed Equations .hybrid systems. Boost. . The Ward-Leonard System EE6304: Advanced Digital Signal Processing L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs Discrete time signals.Computation of DFT Digital filter design and realization structures Basic IIR and FIR filter realization structures.EE6302: Advanced Power Electronic Circuits L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs. Parks Transformation. EE6303: Dynamics of Electrical Machines L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs.Z. Linearisation of the Dynamic Equations and Small Signal Stability.A/D conversion noise. Electro dynamical Equations and their Solution . .Steady State Analysis . High Frequency Link Integral Half Cycle Converter. Special Inverter Topologies -Series Inverters .Half and Full Bridge Converters . The Three Phase Salient Pole Synchronous Machine . Introduction to Resonant Converters . The Primitive 4 Winding Commutaor Machine. systems and their representations . Buck-Boost SMPS Topologies . Flyback Converter .fuzzy systems . The Three Phase Induction Motor . Three phase utility interphases and control-Buck. modes of operation –Push-Pull and Forward Converter Topologies .The Commutator Primitive Machine The Complete Voltage Equation of Primitive 4 Winding Commutator Machine . Analysis of Simple DC Machines using the Primitive Machine Equations. Large Signal Transient -Small Oscillation Equations in State Variable form .Dynamical Analysis of Interconnected Machines .Single phase and three phase boost type APFC and control.Discrete Fourier transform. Different Reference Frames for Induction Motor Analysis Transfer Function Formulation. Estimation of power spectrum of stationary random signals-Optimum linear filters-Optimum signal estimation-Mean square error estimation-Optimum FIR and IIR filters. Resonant DC Link Inverters with Zero Voltage Switching . Switched Mode Rectifier . Load Resonant Converter . The DC Generator/DC Motor System .Overflow oscillations and zero input limit cycles in IIR filters Statistical signal processing Linear Signal Models -Power spectrum estimation.transform.Spectral analysis of deterministic signals . The Alternator /Synchronous Motor System .Discrete Fourier series.Voltage Mode Control. The Torque Equation .

TCSC and Static synchronous series compensators and their control . Modelling of power semiconductors (principles) . Basic Structure and Operation . active filtering – shunt . Switched reluctance Drive.IEEE standards on power quality.Uncompensated line -shunt and series compensation -Reactive power compensation – shunt and series compensation principles VAr Compensators –Static shunt compensators: SVC and STATCOM -Static series compensation: TSSC.Power MOSFETs .System model motor rating . mitigation of harmonics.Latch up IGBT Switching Characteristics IGBT Turn on Transient .stability criteria D. EE6321: Power Semiconductor Devices and Modeling L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs Power Diodes.Snubber Requirements and Snubber Design.C Motor Drives .Speed control by static slip power recovery.Vector control of 3 phase squirrel cage motors . V-I Characteristics .power line conditioners.Variable frequency CSI drives . SSSC .Variable frequency square wave VSI drives . Component Temperature Control and Heat Sinks . IGBT Turn off Transient.Unified Power Flow Controller: Modelling and analysis of FACTS Controllers – simulation of FACTS controllers -Power quality problems in distribution systems. Turn on Transient Turn off Transient dv/dt limitations . Gating Requirements for Thyristor.load commutated inverter drives. PMSM Drives. EE6308: FACTS and Custom Power L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs Steady-state and dynamic problems in AC systems –Power flow control . V-I Characteristics . Thermal design of power electronic equipment . Gate Turnoff Thyristor (GTO).Ratings of MOSFETs. New power semiconductor devices . Gate Charge . Turn on Process Snubber Requirements and Snubber Design. passive filters.TCVR and TCPAR.Modelling of power MOSFET .TSSC.Modelling of IGBT .Synchronous Motor Drives . Gating Requirements . Thyristors.Modelling of bipolar transistor . Modelling of power diode . Turn on Process . FBSOA and RBSOA Curves . Basic Structure and I-V Characteristics FBSOA and RBSOA Curves. Power BJTs .Operation and Control GCSC.Variable frequency PWM-VSI drives . Simulation tools. series and hybrid and their control . Switching Characteristics Snubber Requirements for BJTs and Snubber Design Switching Aids.Benefits of FACTS Transmission line compensation.Speed control by varying stator frequency and voltage .Basic Structure .EE6306: Power Electronic Drives L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs Introduction to Motor Drives . -Snubber Requirements .Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistors (IGBTs) . Triacs. .Chopper fed and 1-phase converter fed drives Induction Motor Drives .

SVCs of Thyristor Switched and Thyristor Controlled types and their control. Shunt Compensators. HPF and BPF – State variable active filter. Sub-Synchronous Resonance Transient and Dynamic Stability Improvement in Power Systems . PAL.EE6322: Static Var Controllers & Harmonic Filtering L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs Fundamentals of Load Compensation . Asynchronous sequential logic: Analysis and Design MA6003: Mathematical Methods for Power Engineering L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs. Three Phase Active Filtering and their control Hybrid Filtering using Shunt Active Filters . Series Active Filtering in Harmonic Isolation Mode . Combinational circuit design using Multiplexer. multiplexers and demultiplexers. Regenerative Comparators. Design and analysis of sequential circuits: Analysis and design of Synchronous sequential Finite Sate Machine –Counters-Ripple Counters – Ring Counters – Shift registers counter design. SSSC and its Control.Static Reactive Power Compensators and their control .Sources of Harmonics in Distribution Systems and Ill Effects . PLL and applications. STATCOMs and their control. Series Active Filtering in Harmonic Cancellation Mode.sample and hold amplifier – D/A conversion . ROM. Monostable and Astable using Opamps. The IOA model of an Opamp.successive approximation ADC .Converters for Static Compensation . Single Phase Shunt Filter and its Control. decoders and encoders. analysis and design of standard linear applications of Opamps Sinusoidal oscillators using Opamps Active filtering – Butterworth low pass filter functions -– Sallen and Key second order LP section Butterworth high pass filters –multiple feedback single OPAMP LPF. PLA.Analog switches . Properties of ideal Opamps. Power Qulity Issues .Basic digital circuits: Arithmetic Circuits. Dynamic Voltage Restorer and its control. . Power Quality Conditioner EE6327: Linear and Digital Electronics L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs BJT and MOSFET Differential amplifiers and their analysis. Multi-Level Inverters)-Passive Harmonic Filtering. Standard Modulation Strategies -GTO Inverters . Dominant pole compensation – internal and external compensation. Series Compensators of Thyristor l. Time division multipliers .

Golden Section Search.. 3rd Edition. subspaces. Medhi. Classification of general stochastic processes. References 1.Module 1: Linear Algebra (10 hours) Vector spaces. 4. Linear transformations. Marginal and Conditional distributions. J. New Delhi. John B Thomas. New Age International. John E. 2002. Dual Simplex method. Linear Algebra. 1994 5. Lagrange method . A Papoulis. Kernels and Images . 7th Edition. An Introduction to Applied Probability and Random Processes. Constrained Problems . Introductory Functional Analysis with Applications. Module 3: Optimisation Methods II (10 hours) Non Linear Programming preliminaries. Non Linear Programming for Operations Research. Linear dependence.2nd Edition. Irwin Miller and Marylees Miller. 2. 1975 EE6401: Energy Auditing & Management L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs Objective: Understanding. Moments and Moment generating function. Hillier F S and Liebermann G J. Distributions and Density functions. Conditional Expectation.Search methods . analysis and application of electrical energy management-measurement and accounting techniques-consumption patterns. 2000 7. Random Variables and Stochastic Processes. Probability. Matrix representation of linear transformation. Erwin Kreyszig. 1992. McGraw Hill. PHI. John Wiley & Sons. Freund’s Mathematical Statistics.conservation methods-application in industrial cases. 6th Edn. Fibonacci Search. Eigen values and Eigen vectors of linear operator Module 2: Optimisation Methods I (11 hours) Mathematical formulation of Linear Programming Problems. 2004. PHI. Simmons D M. John Wiley. Simplex Method.Kuhn-Tucker conditions Module 4: Operations on Random Variables (11 hours) Random Variables. Stochastic Processes. Duality in Linear Programming. Elements of stochastic processes. Introduction to Operations Research. Basis and Dimension. Change of basis. Module 1: (9 hours) . Independent Random Variables. 2002 6. 2001 8. PHI. Unconstrained Problems . McGraw Hill. Kenneth Hoffman and Ray Kunze. 3.

Case study Module 3: (11 hours) Transformer Loading/Efficiency analysis. Peak Demand controls. TypesOptimal operation-case study. Lighting.Industrial Energy Management: Principles and Applications...Energy Management Handbook. Handbook on Energy Audit and Environment Management . IEEE Bronze Book.Handbook of Energy Audits. 2008 . Pennwell Pub.Guide to Electric Load Management. IEEE Inc.Energy-Efficient Electric Motors and Their Applications.Recommended Practice for Energy Conservation and cost effective planning in Industrial facilities.Cool storage. Variable speed drives. William J. Pumps and Fans-Efficient Control strategies.System approach and End use approach to efficient use of Electricity. . USA.Power Consumption in Compressors..Optimal selection and sizing -Optimal operation and Storage. Kenneth D. case study... The Fairmont Press. Fairmont Pr. Feeder/cable loss evaluation. TERI.Methodologies-Types of Industrial loads-Optimal Load scheduling-case study. Turner. Howard E. 5th edition (1998) 8. Handbook of Energy Audits Albert Thumann. Giovanni Petrecca. Load Matching and selection of motors. Energy auditing: Types and objectives-audit instruments.1999 4. Pansini. Electrolytic Process. . Module 2: (11 hours) Electric motors-Energy efficient controls and starting efficiency-Motor Efficiency and Load AnalysisEnergy efficient /high efficient Motors-Case study. Smalling.software-EMS References 1. Lilburn. Terry Niehus. Energy conservation measures.. Computer Controls. Younger.ECO assessment and Economic methods-specific energy analysis-Minimum energy paths-consumption models-Case study.. Plenum Pub Corp. case study.Energy efficient light sources-Energy conservation in Lighting Schemes. 2001 7. . (1998) 5. Electricity tariff types..Electronic ballastPower quality issues-Luminaries. Wayne C. 2009 3. Electric water heating-Gysers-Solar Water Heaters. . Anthony J. Module 4: (11 hours) Cogeneration-Types and Schemes-Optimal operation of cogeneration plants-case study. Electric loads of Air conditioning & Refrigeration-Energy conservation measures. case study. 2nd edition (1994) 6. 2006 2. . Y P Abbi and Shashank Jain. Albert Thumann . Reactive Power management-Capacitor Sizing-Degree of Compensation-Capacitor losses-LocationPlacement-Maintenance. The Kluwer international series -207. Jordan.

designs and builds. Tata McGraw Hill. Sixth Edition Albert Thumann . tuning. -.. Energy Efficiency Manual: for everyone who uses energy. William J. Albert Thumann.Seventh Edition-TWI Press Inc.Pole placement -Simulation using softwares-Control system instrumentation-Control valves. trouble shooting-Cascade control. 2007 10. 1991 13. Albert Thumann.Codes and standards. IEEE STD 739 15. NESCAP-Guide Book on Promotion of Sustainable Energy Consumption. Paul Mehta Fairmont Press. 1986 11. Donald R.Handbook of Energy Engineering. 2004 14. Barney L. Fairmont Press. Energy Institute Press (March 2000) 18.Energy Efficiency Manual. Handbook of Energy Audits. Guide to Energy Management.. Terre Haute.Feedback controllers-PID design. Capehart (Author). pays for utilities. William J. 6 edition (April 23. IEEE Bronze Book. Turner (Author). P. 2008) 17. 6 edition (June 24.. 'Art and Science of Utilisation of Electrical Energy'. 2007) 19. Energy Institute Press. Analysis using softwares Module 2: (10 hours) Feedback & Feedforward Control. D. is interested in energy conservation and the environment. Partab H.. . W. Kennedy. Wayne C.Introduction to Process control and process instrumentation-Hierarchies in process control systems-Theoretical models-Transfer function-State space models-Time series modelsDevelopment of empirical models from process data-chemical reactor modeling-. 2008) EE6402: Process Control & Automation L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs Module 1: (10 hours) Process Modeling. Certified Energy Manager Exam Secrets Study Guide: CEM Test Review for the Certified Energy Manager Exam CEM Exam Secrets Test Prep Team Mometrix Media LLC (2009) 20. IEEE Recommended Practices for Energy Management in Industrial and Commercial Facilities 16. . . 1975 12.W. Seventh Edition. Younger. Dhanpat Rai and Sons.Selective control loops-Ratio control-Control system design based on Frequency response Analysis-Direct digital design-Feedforward and ratio control-State feedback control.Preparation of P& I Diagrams.. Donald R.9.C.LQR problem.Plant Engineers and Managers Guide to Energy Conservation. 7 edition (November 12.'Electric Energy Utilization And Conservation'. Sixth Edition . New Delhi. Tripathy S. Fairmont Press. Wulfinghoff.

Effects of interaction.G. Mellichamp. 2003 10.A. New Age International. . Process control: modeling.Solution for design using H2 / H∞ . Analytical instrumentation.Basic expressions for MIMO systems. American Society of Civil Engineers. Instrument Society of America. 1996. Process Dynamics and Control.Plant wide control design. D.Relative gain analysis.Robustness. Instrumentation Technology. 1988. Design and Tuning (3rd Edition) McGrawHill Book Co. Optimization of Chemical Processes.Case studies. Johnson D Curtis. Shinskey. 8. 5.Robust stability. 1996.Stability norms. John Wiley . Seborg. Process Conrol Systems: Applications. Process Instrumentation Applications Manual. 6.Introduction to batch process control.Module 3: (11 hours) Advanced process control-Multi-loop and multivariable control-Process Interactions-Singular value analysis-tuning of multi loop PID control systems-decoupling control-strategies for reducing control loop interactions-Real-time optimization-Simulation using softwares Module 4: (11 hours) Model predictive control-Batch Process control-Plant-wide control & monitoring. McGrawHill Book Co. design. Interaction and decoupling. (Ed). Krishnaswamy. K. Wayne Bequette. Process Control. & D. T. 2004 2..H2 / H∞ Theory. F. Edgar. B. Macari Emir Joe and Michael F Saunders.Instrumentation for process monitoring-Statistical process control-Introduction to Fuzzy Logic in Process Control-Introduction to OPC-Introduction to environmental issues and sustainable development relating to process industries. McGrawHill. Himmelblau. R. 1988.E.Singular values. (7th Edition) Prentice Hall India. Nisenfeld(Ed) batch Control. Edgar.Response to disturbances. 7. 1997.M. 1996. Environmental Quality Innovative Technologies 7 Sustainable Development. Comparison of performance different types of control with examples on softwares References 1. Bob Connel.F.Decoupling.. and simulation Prentice Hall PTR.F. and D. Instrument Society of America. 2007 EE6403: Computer Controlled Systems L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs Module 1: Multivariable Control (12 hours) Multivariable control. Sherman. 4. 9.E. T.Calculation of system norms. 3. 2002.

Bernhard P. Shinskey F. Control Engineering: A Modern Approach.Real time kernels. Stuart A.direct digital control. 2006 EE6404: Industrial Load Modelling & Control Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs Objective: Analysis and application of load control techniques in Industries.Organisation.Real time memory management. 4.Detailed study of one model. Multivariable computer-controlled systems: a transfer function approach.machine interface. 6. Security Issues DCS: Introduction. Dorf. communication facilities.Process interfacing issues. 60870. 2002. LCU . Deon Reynders:Practical Modern SCADA Protocols: DNP3.Hardware details. McGraw Hill Book Company.Real time specifications and design techniques.. Instrument Society of America Publications. Boyer: SCADA-Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition. SCADA Architecture. Ltd.s Handbook.5 and Related Systems. Addison Wesley Longman Inc. Lampe.1999 Gordon Clarke.Man. L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 . Newnes Publications.Ladder programming.R.Module 2: Programmable Logic Controllers (10 hours) Programmable logic controllers. UK.2004 Efim Rosenwasser.Power supply. Common System Components. McGraw Hill International Edition . Saunders College Publishing . Constantin H.Case studies.. 1985. Design and Tuning. Trends in SCADA. .C.Distributed control.. 8. Houpis and Gary B. Modern Control Systems .G. and Bishop R. New Delhi. RTU and Supervisory Stations. Springer. R. 1999 Laplante P. References 1.Inter task communication and synchronization.case studies in DCS. redundancy concept . Lamont. Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Module 3: Large Scale Control System (12 hours) SCADA: Introduction. Module 4: Real Time Systems (8 hours) Real time systems. Process control systems: application .langer P. 7.Supervisory control.CPU.. USA.I/O. 2. LCU languages.Singapore.1988. Supervision and Control. Real Time Systems: An Engineer. 1995. HMI. 3. T. . DCS Architecture. Different Commnication Protocols. 5.StandardsProgramming aspects.USA. Local Control (LCU) architecture. displays. Singapore.Sequential function charts. Oxford. configuration of DCS. Digital Control systems.A. Be.PC based automation.

Formulation of load models.Case studies. Cogeneration as a means of pollution control and energy efficiency in Asia 2000.. USA. "Least cost Electricity Utility Planning. G.Modern Power System Engineering.optimisation and control algorithms . " Demand side management .J.Alternatives". New York. Book No: ST/ESCAP/2026. Integrated Load management for Industries.Modeling. IEEE Bronze Book.load profiling. Various Authors. .Nagarath and D. Energy BankingIndustrial Cogeneration. Module 4: (10 hours) Captive power units. 1989. Oct 1985 4. Stoll. USA. Bangkok 8. IEEE Press." Physically based Industrial load". 3-28. Tata McGraw Hill publishers. Reactive power management in industries-controls-power quality impacts-application of filters. 6. American Society of Heating. Classification of Industrial Loads. 9. Wiley Interscience Publication.Kothari. the Netherlands. I. Refrigerating and Air-conditioning Engineers Inc.scheduling. 2. 1995. Module 2: (10 hours) Direct load control. Elsevier.P. 7. .Operation models.C. Guide book by UNESC for ASIA and the Pacific . C. Bjork " Industrial Load Management .Module 1: (12 hours) Electric Energy Scenario-Demand Side Management-Industrial Load Management. Y. IEEE Inc. 3. on PAS..N. GA. UNESCAP. pp. April 1981 5. . Schweppe . New Delhi. Module 3: (10 hours) Cooling and heating loads.Theory. H.Case studies.Cool storage-Types-Control strategies-Optimal operation-Problem formulation.Continuous and Batch processes -Load Modelling. Atlanta. IEEE Proceedings on DSM ..Case study.Operating and control strategies. 1986.O. Load management concepts. ASHRAE Handbooks-1997-2000. Manichaikul and F.Power Pooling. Talukdar. 1989. IEEE Trans. References 1 C.Recommended Practice for Energy Conservation and cost effective planning in Industrial facilities. Selection of Schemes Optimal Operating Strategies-Peak load saving-ConstraintsProblem formulation..W. Load Curves-Load Shaping Objectives-Methodologies-Barriers. Bottom up approach. Electricity pricing – Dynamic and spot pricing -Models. .Interruptible load control. Practice and Simulations". Gellings and S.

industrial energy systems: analysis. 1990 . Doebelin Measurement systems applications and design.half and full bridge rectifiers.stepper motor drives types and characteristics – hybrid stepper motor – permanent magnet stepper motor – hybrid and permanent magnet motors – single and multi step responses. References 1. Ernest O. humidity and thermal conductivity Module 4: (10 hours) Servo drives – servo drive performance criteria – servomotors shaft sensors and coupling – sensors for servo drives – servo control loop design issues. first. and control. McGraw – Hill International Editions.zero order system dynamic response characterizations – first order system dynamic response second order system dynamic response – higher order systems . Richard E.10. Module 3: (12 hours) Regulators and power supplies for industrial instrumentation – linear series voltage regulators – linear shunt voltage regulators – integrated circuit voltage regulators – fixed positive and negative voltage regulators – adjustable positive and negative linear voltage regulators – application of linear IC voltage regulators . to zero.Hill Publishing Company. second third and higher orders of systems. speed. ASME Press. Putman.standard testing methods and procedures – Generalized performance characteristics – static response characterization – dynamic response characterization . 2004 EE6406: Industrial Instrumentation L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs Module 1: (12 hours) Industrial measurement systems – different types of industrial variables and measurement systems elements – sensors and transducers for different industrial variables like pressure. Module 2: (8 hours) Calibration and response of industrial instrumentation . Measurement of viscosity. Piezo-electric and ultrasonic sensors and its application in process and biomedical Instrumentation. sinusoidal etc. temperature etc– sensor principles – examples of sensors – sensor scaling – Industrial signal conditioning systemsAmplifiers – Filters – A/D converters for industrial measurements systems –review of general Industrial instruments. McGraw. torque. pH and conductivity sensors. optimization.switching regulators –single ended isolated forward regulators.Response to different forcing functions such as step.

John Park.2. 2007 5. Artec House Boston.Instruction Set . Industrial Instrumentation. PHI.Serial Communications . K Krishnaswamy.Stack and Subroutines .Accumulator Based Processors . Power electronics handbook. Handbook.Timers . McMillan. Steve Mackay. Module 2: (12 Hours) Introduction to Microcontrollers .Architecture . Edwin Wright. 1981 EE6421: Advanced Microcontroller Based Systems L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs Module 1: (10 Hours) Basic Computer Organization . Supervisory Control of discrete event systems using petrinets. 1995 3. 2000 4.Motorola 68HC11 .Stages of Microprocessor based Program Development. Understanding Smart Sensors. Mc Graw Hill 1999 Process/Industrial Instruments and Controls 7.Memory Organizations I/O Organizations . Mc Graw Hill Higher education. Considine .Architecture – Programming.Intel 8051 .5th Edition. New Age International Publishers.Intel 8096 . Measurement and Data Analysis for engineering and science.DMA . Randy Frank.Operations . Module 4: (10 Hours) .Interrupts Module 3: (10 Hours) PIC 16F877. UK. Digital Signal Processor (DSP) . John O Moody.Memories .Assembly Language Programming . Newness Publications.Architecture . New Delhi.Addressing . Gregory K. ACADEMIC PRESS.Interfacing I/O devices . 2002 9.Registers . 2003 6. James L Peterson.Memory Interfacing . Introduction to FPGA.Serial I/O and Data Communication. Muhamad H Rashid. London. Petrinet theory and modeling of system.I/O Ports . Dunn University of Notre Dame. Paros J Antsaklis. Patric F. Practical Data Communications for Instrumentation and Control. Interrupts . 2003 8. Douglas M.

Semi definite case-saddle point. Engineering Applications: Minimum cost flow problem. 2005 6. Ramesh S. Ayala. 2004 5. Duality.Artificial variables and complementary solutions-QP.dual simplex method. Advanced PIC microcontroller projects in C: from USB to RTOS with the PIC18F Series. Classical Optimization Techniques: Single and multi variable problems-Types of Constraints .Features and Parts in a PLC unit.Instructions in Microcontrollers . scheduling . Dogan Ibrahim. Kenneth J. Wheeler Publishing.Gaonker: Microprocessor Architecture. Karmarkar method-unbalanced and routing problems.simplex method and algorithm -Matrix form. Elsevier. John Wiley and Sons 1981 2. The 8051 microcontroller.Interfaces . Programming and Applications with the 8085. 2005 4. John.two phase method.Introduction to Development of a Microcontroller Based System . References 1. Elsevier. assignment & allocation. .LU Decomposition. Micro chip datasheets for PIC16F877 EE6422: Engineering Optimization L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs Module 1: (11 hours) Concepts of optimization: Engineering applications-Statement of optimization problem-Classification type and size of the problem. Penram International Publishing (India). Cengage Learning. 1994 3. John Morton. Raj Kamal: The Concepts and Features of Microcontrollers.Concept of a Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) .Wakerly: Microcomputer Architecture and Programming. Network problems-transportation.F. Linear programming: Standard form-Geometry of LP problems-Theorem of LP-Relation to convexity formulation of LP problems . 2008 7. The PIC microcontroller: your personal introductory course. Sensitivity analysis .

Birkhauser. 6. & Shetty C.Kuhn-tucker conditions . . Reklaitis.S. Addison-Wesley Pub. tools and Software packages. 1963. 2007 3... G. 3rd Ed.Dixton.Concept of sub optimization and principle of optimality. . 8 A.W.Nonlinear Programming Theory and Algorithms.Module 2: (11 hours) Nonlinear programming: Non linearity concepts-convex and concave functions.Engineering applications Module 4: (10 hours) Dynamic programming: Multistage decision process. . 2008 Applications. New York. M. 1980 7.2nd Ed. . Module 3: (10 hours) Nonlinear programming. N.. Basic decent methods: Fibonacci & Golden section search .separable convex programming Frank and Wolfe method. .Newton Method-Lagrange multiplier method . 1990 5. Engineering Applications..S.Co.Gradient methods ..Computational procedure.B.Boston. Genetic algorithms. Engineering Optimization: Methods And Wiley. Ravindran. 3rd Ed. 2007 4. Princeton University Press. McGraw Hill. W.Linear Programming and Extensions. David G Luenberger. W. Unconstrained optimization: First & Second order necessary conditions-Minimisation & MaximisationLocal & Global convergence-Speed of convergence.Co. G.Massachusetts. 2003 2. L.. Quasi-Newton method.Linear and Non Linear Programming.Engineering applications.non-linear programming gradient and Hessian.J. .Stocker.Operation Research-Applications & Algorithms...New Delhi..F. V.New York. 2nd Ed.Rao. S. References 1.Simulated Annealing Methods-Optimization programming.D. K.New Age International (P) Ltd.. Non Linear Optimisation: theory and algorithms.Constrained optimization: Characteristics of constraints-Direct methodsSLP.Dantzig. Bazarra M..1979. . John Wiley.Winston.SQP-Indirect methods-Transformation techniques-penalty function-Langrange multiplier methodschecking convergence... PWS-KENT Pub.Engineering Optimization.L. Ragsdell.M. Sherali H.. Boston.C.Design of Thermal Systems.

Indra.hierarchical addresses-address resolutionservices.Computer networking A Top down Approach featured internet. Addison Wesley. Error detection. Multiple access protocols.Circuit Switched and Packet Switched Networks. .Traffic characterisation and Services.Interconnections second edition. Address Resolution Protocol. PPP.11 LAN’s.Remote Terminal Unit (RTU).Congestion control .Optimisation for Engineering Design-Algorithms and Examples.Garcia.. . Token Rings (IEEE 802.Communication networks. Alberto.Connectionless transport-UDP –TCP. 1999 5.signalling and modulation-multiplexingTransmission media-Physical interface and protocols Module 2: (10 hrs) The transport layer. New optimization techniques in engineering. ATM.IEEE 802. Springer. 2004 10. Techmedia.Leon.Ethernet LAN – Ethernet frame structure-Ethernet (IEEE 802. . open standard communication protocols References 1. James F Kurose.SCADA Communication: various industrial communication technologies -wired and wireless methods and fiber optics.Network layer addressing.2000 3. . Karanjith S. B. SCADA/HMI Systems .Siyan. 3rd edition.internet protocol (IP) . 2000 .Inside TCP/IP. Radia Perlmal.Protocol Layers and ServicesThe physical layer-Theoretical basis for data communication. SCADA Server.Keith W Ross.OSI Model.Dijkstra) Module 3: (10 hrs) Direct link Networks: Framing.5 & FDDI). Keshav. Intelligent Electronic Devices (IED) .Datagram.9 Godfrey C.An engineering approach to computer networking.Virtual circuit Switched networks. Concept of LAN.single unified standard architecture -IEC 61850 . wireless LAN Module 4: (12 hrs) Introduction to industrial networks – SCADA networks . Prentice Hall India1998 EE6423: Industrial Communication L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs Module 1: (10 hrs) Characteristics of Communication Networks.Network layer series and routing.. Pearson Education. Addison-Wesley.routing algorithm (Bellman Ford. Tata Mc Graw Hill. switches.virtual circuits. Kalyanmoy Deb. hubs. 1998 2. bridges. Onwubolu. . 4.. Babu.Communication Network.3). 2003..architecture and media access protocols. and Wadjaja. V. Reliable transmission.

Michael William Ivens.Joint and end-effector Cartesian space-Forward kinematics transformations of positionInverse kinematics of position-Translational and rotational velocities -Velocity TransformationsManipulator Jacobian -Forward and inverse kinematics of velocity-Singularities of robot motion-Static Forces-Transformations of velocities and static forces -Joint and End Effector force/torque transformationsDerivation for two link planar robot arm as example. Prentice Hall India.6. CRC Press.Homogeneous transformations. Mark Metter. . The practice of industrial communication.Denavit-Hartenberg convention . Robot classification.5 and Related Systems.USA. 1999. Afritech. 2005 13. Business Publications.Trajectory Planning.Computer Networks.Transformations of acceleration.Coordinate frames . Gordon Clarke. 2006 11.Inter networking with TCP/IP. Stuart A. Prentice Hall. Robotic system components. Tannebaum. Publicis Publishing 2008 EE6424: Robotics Systems and Applications L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs Module 1: (8 hours) Mathematics of Spatial Descriptions and Transformations-Robot definition.Translations. Vol 1.Joint space-based motion planning . Newnes Publications. Instrument Society of America Publications. Richard Zurawski.1999 9.2003 8. Automating with PROFINET: Industrial Communication Based on Industrial Ethernet. Industrial communication. 1963 12. Oxford..Cartesian space-based path planning-Independent joint control. rotations and relative motion .Feed-forward control-Inverse dynamics control-Robot controller architectures . 7. Afritech Panel.. The industrial communication technology handbook.Position definitions. Implementation problems. UK. Fourth Edition. 60870. Raimond Pigan.Notations. Douglas E comer. Boyer: SCADA-Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition.Control-Lagrangian formulation.Newton-Euler equations of motion.Different orientation descriptions . Andrew S.Model properties . .2004 10. Module 2: (12 hours) Manipulator Kinematics and Mechanics of Robot Motion-Link coordinate frames. . Deon Reynders: Practical Modern SCADA Protocols: DNP3.Derivation for two link planar robot arm as example. Module 3: (13 hours) Manipulator Dynamics.Free vectors.

O.. Tata McGrawHill. 2nd Edition. 3. “Robotics-Science and Systems” Vol. IV. Robotics: Control. 2nd Edition. C. R. R. N. Pearson Education. Industrial Robotics. M.Sensors-Force and torque sensors-low level vision-high level visionRobot Programming languages-Introduction to Intelligent Robots-Robots in manufacturing automation.C.. Sciavicco. Craig. Nagel. MIT Press 2009 EE6426: Distribution Systems Management and Automation L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs . Murphy. P. 1996. References 1.. 1989. Caldwell(Ed). 2. Gray J. Weiss. Jeff Trinkle and Fabio Ramos. 2008 9. 6. Prentice hall India. 2000.. McGrawHill. Sensing.G. Lee. Robotics & Image Processing. Springer Verlag. 5. Janakiraman. Oliver Brock. Gonzalez. B. K.S. Groover Mikell P.. John J.. 1996. Automation.N. Vision & Intelligence. MIT Press.G. 4. UK. Fu. Advanced Robotics & Intelligent machines.S.Module 4: (9 hours) Robot Sensing and Vision Systems. L.G. “An introduction to AI Robotics”. D. Mikell P. McGrawHill. 7. Production Systems & Computer Integrated manufacturing. 1986. The Institution of Electrical Engineers. 1995. Robin R. Odrey. 8.A. Siciliano. Modelling & Control of Robot Manipulators. Groover.. 1987. Introduction to Robotics: Mechanics & Control.

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Communication Network.Intelligent Electronic Devices (IED).. analysis and improvement. 2006 4. advantages and disadvantages of each system single unified standard architecture -IEC 61850 SCADA Communication: various industrial communication technologies -wired and wireless methods and fiber optics. 1995 EE6428: SCADA Systems and Applications L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs Module 1: (10 hours) Introduction to SCADA: Data acquisition systems.Remote Terminal Unit (RTU). Cybersecurity for SCADA systems. Evolution of SCADA.2004 3. Oxford. SCADA/HMI Systems Module 3: (11 hours) SCADA Architecture: Various SCADA architectures. Stuart A. Shaw.Electricity distribution network design. Case studies. open standard communication protocols Module 4: (10 hours) SCADA Applications: Utility applications.USA. PennWell 1999 . SCADA. SCADA applications in Utility Automation. A guide to utility automation: AMR. Newnes Publications. monitoring. Simulation Exercises References 1.oil.5 and Related Systems. Implementation. 2nd Edition Peter Peregrimus Ltd.2004 2. and IT systems for electric power. 2003 5. Industries Module 2: (11 hours) SCADA System Components: Schemes. UK. SCADA Server.Transmission and Distribution sector -operations. Edwin Wright. Deon Reynders: Practical Modern SCADA Protocols: DNP3. Communication technologies. Practical SCADA for industry. 60870. Gordon Clarke. gas and water. Boyer: SCADA-Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition. Lakervi & E J Holmes . PennWell Books.10. Instrument Society of America Publications. Monitoring and supervisory functions. William T.Programmable Logic Controller (PLC). Newnes. Michael Wiebe. Industries . David Bailey.

Performance Comparison of Centrifugal Pump by Throttling and VFD 4 Speed Control of Induction Motor using DSP Cycle II 5 SCADA Experiments a) Experiments on Transmission Module b) Experiments on Distribution Module 6 DCS Experiments a) Interfacing of DCS with analog processes b) Interfacing of DCS with digital processes c) Interfacing of DCS with hybrid processes .EE6491: Industrial Power & Automation Laboratory L 0 T 0 P 3 C 2 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs List of Experiments Cycle I 1 Microcontroller Experiments a) 8051 Experiments 1) Stepper Motor Control b) 80196 Experiments 1) Generation of PWM Signal 2) Generation of Saw Tooth Signal 2 Programmable Logic Controller Experiments a) Batch Process Reactor Control b) Lift Control and AC Servomotor Control 3.

Boyer: SCADA-Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition. Hand books of SCADA/DCS 2.combined observer-controller compensators . Module 4: Linear Discrete Time Systems (11 hours) . Stuart A. New Age International. Module 2: Lyapunov Stability Analysis (9 hours) The concepts of stability.absolute stability and BIBO Stability .transfer function and transfer function matrix from state variable form .observability under feedback and invariant zeros .solutions of state equations – state transition matrix .analysis of linear time varying systems.2004 3.7 Eddy Current Drive Experiments 8 Power Quality Experiments a) PQ Effects of Starters on Induction Motor b) PQ Testing of UPS 9 Desired Experiments Reference 1.Design of stable systems using Lyapunov method .minimal realizations of MIMO systems .observability and controllability . Instrument Society of America Publications. 2007 EE6101: Dynamics of Linear Systems L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs.Lyapunov stability theorems .equilibrium states .modal decompositions .observers for state measurement – observer design .USA.Ackerman’s Formula .stability analysis using Lyapunov’s first method and second method Lyapunov function and its properties Module 3: Control Design Techniques (11 hours) State variable feedback – controller design . Krishnaswamy.eigen values of state matrix . K. Lab manual /. Process Control.stabilisation by state and output feedback .MATLAB Exercises. Module 1: State Space Analysis (11 hours) State variable representations of systems.reduced order observer .

System Dynamics and Control.transfer function model . N.T.differential equation constraints – isoperimetric constraints. and R. 1999. T. New Delhi.. Linear Systems. 3. M. Linear System Theory and Design. 7. Modern Control Systems. Dorf. EE6102: Optimal and Adaptive Control L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs. Englewood Cliffs.Umez. K. Digital Control and State Variable Methods. Prentice Hall Inc. Modern Control Engineering. 1997.extremal of functionals with dependent functions – use of Lagrange multipliers . Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd..extremal of functionals of several independent functions – various boundary condition equations . 2. Module 1: (12 hours) Optimal control problem – open loop and closed loop form of optimal control.J. N.. Chen. Englewood Cliffs. Prentice Hall Inc.piecewise-smooth extremals .C. N..ISBN: 981243-113-6.Difference equation model for LTIV systems . 5. Thomson Asia Pte Ltd.state feedback of linear discrete time systems.stability analysis using Lyapunov method . C. State Space Analysis of Control Systems.J.MATLAB Exercises. R.Euler Language equation and solution. 2002.J.impulse response model . (second edition) . 6..performance measures for optimal control problems – general form of performance measure . Englewood Cliffs. Bishop.1984.. 1980.discrete state space representation .necessary conditions for optimal control using Hamiltonian – Different boundary condition equations for solving the optimal control problem – . References 1.Eronini.Gopal.fundamental concepts and theorems of calculus of variations – function and functional – Extremal of functionals of a single function .controllability and observabilty .Singapore. Prentice Hall Inc. Ogata. Module 2: (10 hours) The variational approach to solving optimal control problems .solution of state equations . New York: Holt Rinehart and Winston .. 1990. Ogata. Addison Wesley Longman Inc.Design of Observers. 1965. Thomas Kailath. Eronini. K. 4..

Modeling philosophies. Procedure for developing transfer function models. Adaptive Control (Model Reference Approach).curse of dimensionality .the need for MRAS .linear tracking problem – Pontryagin’s minimum principle .E. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control.minimum time problems . Zinobar. Vol.mathematical description of MRAS ..discrete linear regulator problem ..1. Proc.Young.K. Transfer function models . Kirk. IEE. 1968 4.state inequality constraints .M. pp 6-12. K. The rationals for mathematical modeling dynamic versus steady state models . Module 1: (10 hours) Introductory Instrumentation to process control . Yoan D.D.D..principle of optimality . General modeling principles degrees of freedom in modeling . HSU and Meyer . 1977 3. Module 4: (10 hours) Model Reference Adaptive systems (MRAS) . McGraw Hill. Prentice Hall.P. Sage.continuous linear regulator problem. A.an over view of adaptive control systems . Pt.. Transducers and transmitters . 6.closed loop control for linear regulator problem .S. 1982 EE6103: Applied Instrumentation L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs. Design of Variable Structure Model Following Control Systems.I. No. Control systems instrumentation . Marcel Dekker. Principles and Applications. .Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman equation . 1978. 23. Multivariable variable structure adaptive model following control systems. An introduction.design hypothesis .application to multi stage decision making – application to optimal control problem – need for interpolation . EI-Ghezawi and S.equivalent representation of MRAS introduction to design method based on the use of Liapunov function – design and simulation of variable structure adaptive model following control References 1.minimum control effort problems. 1981 5. Modern Control. A. pp 1079-1085. Billings. Module 3: (10 hours) Dynamic programming . .recurrence relation of dynamic programming . 2004 2. Landu. Donald E. Vol. Optimum Systems Control.A. 129. Prentice Hall Inc. O. Optimal Control Theory.

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Digital protection for power systems-IEE power series-15. Elgard. Relay Schematics and Analysis. Busbars. Ltd.FTA.R. O.Qualities of relaying .. System grounding –ground faults and protection. Re-closing and synchronizing Module 4: (8 hours) Integrated and multifunction protection schemes -SCADA based protection systems. Differential Relays. Mason.1997 2. Directional Relays. B. Distance Relays: TypesCharacteristics. Testing of Relays. Transmission Systems.relay units-sequence networks-fault sensing data processing units. 2002 3. Characteristic Functions.FFT and Wavelet based algorithms: least square and differential equation based algorithms-travelling wave protection schemes. 2nd Edition.Instantaneous/Inverse Time –IDMT Characteristics. McGraw Hill. . John Wiley &sons.Definitions . Gupta.Restraining Characteristics. 1982. .7. Motors.Power System Analysis and Design. A T John and A K Salman. Wheeler & Co. Pilotwire and Carrier Current Schemes. Donald Reimert. New Delhi.Over Current Relay. 1998. schemes and design-factors affecting performance –zones and degree of protection. Module 2: (12 hours) Basic elements of digital protection –signal conditioning. Instrument transformers for protection.Electric Energy System Theory : An Introduction. C.Codes. References 1.R.Generator. (3rd Edition).Standards. The art and science of protective relaying. Classification –analog-digital. Transformer.I. New York. . Module 3: (14 hours) Protection of Power System Equipment . Taylor & Francis-CRC press 2006 .H. Out of step relaying . Module 1: (8 hours) Protective Relaying . EE6204: Digital Protection of Power Systems L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs.. faults-types and evaluation.conversion subsystems. Peter Peregrines Ltd.numerical. 8.UK. A. Load shedding and frequency relaying..Protective relaying for power generation systems.

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Dewan & Straughen “Power Semiconductor Circuits” John Wiley & Sons.Single phase and three phase boost type APFC and control.. Three Phase Series Inverter Module 2: (12 hours) Switched Mode Rectifier . Ideal Single Phase CSI operation. Rashid “Power Electronics” Prentice Hall India 2007. . Waveforms . applications. Series Inverters .al “Thyristorised Power Controllers” 4.Waveforms .Basic Operation .al “Power electronics : converters. High Frequency Link Integral Half Cycle Converter. Zero Voltage Switching Clamped Voltage Topologies . analysis and waveforms . Voltage Control Loop . 2006 2. Waveforms Module 4: (12 Hours) Introduction to Resonant Converters . Analysis of Series Inverters . 1975.Flyback Converter . Half and Full Bridge Converters .K. G. waveforms . Three phase utility interphases and control Module 3: (10 hours) Buck. and design” John Wiley and Sons.EE6302: Advanced Power Electronic Circuits L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs. Control Principles . Control . discontinuous mode operation . Resonant Switch Converter . Classification of Resonant Converters .modes of operation – Output voltage ripple Push-Pull and Forward Converter Topologies . Control of the DC Side Voltage . Ned Mohan et. Boost.Operation of Single/Three Phase bilateral Bridges in Rectifier Mode . Basic Operation. References 1. Wiley Eastern Ltd.Analysis of Single Phase Capacitor Commutated CSI. Buck-Boost SMPS Topologies . Basic Resonant Circuit Concepts . 06.Current Source Inverter .Dubey et. The inner Current Control Loop. 3. Resonant DC Link Inverters with Zero Voltage Switching . Modified Series Inverter . 2005. Basic Operation and Waveforms. Load Resonant Converter .Voltage Mode Control. Module 1: (8 hours) Special Inverter Topologies .Continuous Mode Operation ..

m.f induced in Commutator Winding . Different Reference Frames for Induction Motor Analysis . Equations under Steady State Solution of Large Signal Transients in an Induction Machine . Steady State Analysis . Eigen Values . A two phase machine with current excitation . Voltage Transformation .. 2001.Interpretation of the Average Power Conversion Conditions in terms of air-gap Magnetic Fields. Suitability of Reference Frame Vs kind of Analysis to be Carried out .s method and Runge-Kutta method . Three Phase to Two Phase Transformation . Large Signal Transient Analysis .f equivalence . Dubey & C. A Spring and Plunger System. Voltage and Torque Equations of the Equivalent Two Phase Machine .K. Commutator Transformation and its interpretation . The Torque Equation . 1993. K Bose “Modern Power Electronics and AC Drives” Pearson Education (Asia). B.-1988 EE6303: Dynamics of Electrical Machines L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs. 2003 7. Cyril W Lander “Power Electronics” McGraw Hill. General Equations for Small Oscillations . Differential Equations of a smooth airgap two winding machine .R. Kasaravada “Power Electronics & Drives” Tata McGraw Hill. The Brush Axis and its Significance . Voltage and Torque Equations in stator.. Lagrange.f terms in the Voltage Equation . Module 3: (10 hours) The Three Phase Salient Pole Synchronous Machine . Rotational Inductance Coefficients . . Commutator Transformation and Transformed Equations .5. Speed e. Mutually Coupled Coils . Analysis of Simple DC Machines using the Primitive Machine Equations. 6.s Equation to Electromechanical Systems . Application of Lagrange. 8.m. Module 1: (12 hours) Electro dynamical Equations and their Solution . Equivalent Two Phase Machine by m. Solution of Electrodynamical Equations by Euler. Power Invariant Phase Transformation . Transfer Function Formulation. Small Signal Stability . equivalent two phase machine currents from three phase machine currents . Module 2: (11 hours) The Three Phase Induction Motor . G.m. 10. Self and Mutually induced voltages in the stationary and commutator windings . IETE Press Book Power Electronics Tata McGraw Hill. Small Oscillation Equations in State Variable form .The Commutator Primitive Machine .. Linearisation of the Dynamic Equations and Small Signal Stability . Sign of Speed e.. 2007 9. 2005. Nonlinearities in Machine Equations .Rotational Motion System . rotor and air-gap field reference frames . The Complete Voltage Equation of Primitive 4 Winding Commutator Machine . Linearised Equations of Induction Machine . Parks Transformation . The Primitive 4 Winding Commutaor Machine. Transformed Equations . Abraham I Pressman “Switching Power Supply Design” McGraw Hill Publishing Company. Daniel M Mitchell “DC-DC Switching Regulator Analysis” McGraw Hill Publishing Company.s Equation . Linearisation and Eigen Value Analysis .

1980 2. Jones.Sampling of continuous time signals.C.Impulse invariance method and Bilinear transformation method. P.Coefficient quantisation effects in IIR and FIR filters. Electrical Machine Dynamics. C. Machine Interconnection Matrices . The Ward-Leonard System . Nasar.V. Small Signal Model using Transformed Equations . 1967 EE6304: Advanced Digital Signal Processing L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs Module1: Discrete Time Signals. Boldia & S. McGraw Hill Book Company. I.Overflow oscillations and zero input limit cycles in IIR filters . The Macmillan Press Ltd. The Alternator /Synchronous Motor System . and Control”. Hunting Analysis of Interconnected Machines Selection of proper reference frames for individual machines in an Interconnected System References 1.Linear shift invariant systems. Modeling.1987 4. The Macmillan Press Ltd. Systems and Their Representations (12 hours) Discrete time signals..Discrete Fourier transform..P.FIR filter design using window functions. 2001 3. The DC Generator/DC Motor System . Kraus.Z.Computation of DFT Module 2: Digital Filter Design and Realization Structures (9 hours) Design of IIR digital filters from analog filters. The Unified Theory of Electrical Machines.Stability and causality. Analysis of Electrical Machines.Basic IIR and FIR filter realization structures.Discrete Fourier series.A/D conversion noise.B.Dynamic range scaling. Large Signal Transient Analysis using Transformed Equations . R Krishnan “Electric Motor Drives.Damping and Synchronizing Torques in Small Oscillation Stability Analysis . Transformation of Voltage and Torque Equations using Interconnection Matrix . Analysis. D. Lynn.Signal flow graph representations Module 3: Analysis of Finite Word-length Effects (9 hours) Quantization process and errors. Application of Small Oscillation Models in Power System Dynamics.Linear convolution using DFT. Sengupta & J.Arithmetic round-off errors. Pearson Education.Discrete time Fourier transform.Comparison of IIR and FIR digital filters. 1992 5. London. Butterworth.Electrical Machine Dynamics.transformProperties of different transforms.A. Module 4: (9 hours) Dynamical Analysis of Interconnected Machines .

Manolakis. References 1.Components of Power Electronic Drives . Schafer. India Pvt. Barrie W. Sanjit K Mitra. Ltd.Spectral analysis of deterministic signals .Chopper fed and 1-phase converter fed drives . 1997 5. All zero and Pole-zero models . Wesley. Emmanuel C.Power spectrum estimation.Criteria for selection of Drive components . Kogon.Match between the motor and the load . Proakis.System model motor rating . Mc Grow Hill international editions . Ronald W. Manolakis. Jervis . New Delhi. John Wiley and Sons. Prentice-Hall of India Pvt.. Discrete-Time Signal Processing. Digital Signal Processing. Digital Signal Processing-A practical Approach. Statistical and Adaptive Signal Processing. Vinay K.1993 6. Ingle and Stephen M. and Dimitris G. Dimitris G . Abraham Peled and Bede Liu. Ifeachor. Alan V . Addison . Estimation of power spectrum of stationary random signals-Optimum linear filters-Optimum signal estimation-Mean square error estimation-Optimum FIR and IIR filters. Oppenheim.Motor-mechanism dynamics . John G.stability criteria Module 2: (11 hours) D. Module 2: (12 hours) .Effect of field weakening. Digital Signal Processing: A computer-based approach . All pole. New Delhi.-2000 3.Torque pulsations Adjustable speed dc drives . Digital Signal Processing(third edition).Match between the motor and the Power Electronics converter .Module 4: Statistical Signal Processing (12 hours) Linear Signal Models .Tata Mc .Thermal consideration . 1976 EE6306: Power Electronic Drives L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs Module 1: (10 hours) Introduction to Motor Drives . 1997 Prentice-Hall of 4.Characteristics of mechanical systems . Ltd.C Motor Drives .Drive transfer function – Drives control-speed controller design-Effect of armature current waveform .1998 Grow-Hill edition 2.

Vector control of 3 phase squirrel cage motors .Electric drives .load commutated inverter drives.Series compensation -Phase angle control. References 1.Variable frequency converter classifications Variable frequency PWM-VSI drives .1993.M .operation with field weakening . R Krishnan. .Introduction .Variable frequency CSI drives . et. PMSM Drives.Principle of operation of vector controlModule 4: (9 hours) Synchronous Motor Drives .Power Electronics Drives .Uncompensated line -shunt compensation .Shephered.Wiley 2006 2. and Control”. Switched reluctance Drive.Kasaravada .”Power Electronics”.Basic principles of synchronous motor operation methods of control . Modeling. Tata McGraw Hill.Soft start of induction motors .Speed control by static slip power recovery.Comparison of variable frequency drives . 6. Analysis.Wiley Eastern. Chilikin . 4.Comparison between SVC and STATCOM. Ned Mohan . Mir publications.2001 3.”Power Electronics & Drives”. W. Reactive power compensation – shunt and series compensation principles – reactive compensation at transmission and distribution level – Static versus passive VAr Compensators – Module 2: (11 hours) Static shunt compensators: SVC and STATCOM . L N Hulley Cambride .Equivalent circuit .Fundamental spatial mmf distributions due to time harmonics Simultaneous effect of time and space harmonics .Power Electronics & Control of Motor .2005.R.Speed control by varying stator frequency and voltage Impact of nonsinusoidal excitation on induction motors .MMF space harmonics due to fundamental current .Basic Principle of operation of 3 phase motor .Benefits of FACTS Transmission line compensation.Variable frequency square wave VSI drives .Operation and control of TSC.1993.Line frequency variable voltage drives . TCR and STATCOM Compensator control . al . .” Electric Motor Drives. Pearson Education. 5.Dubey & C. G.1976 EE6308: FACTS and Custom Power L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs Module 1: (10 hours) Power flow in Power Systems – Steady-state and dynamic problems in AC systems – Voltage regulation and reactive power flow control in Power Systems – control of dynamic power unbalances in Power System .Induction Motor Drives . University Press. Dubey .Power flow control -Constraints of maximum transmission line loading .K. 2nd edition.

active filtering – shunt . G T Heydt . “Understanding FACTS: Concepts and Technology of Flexible AC Transmission Systems”. Power Quality. series and parallel resonances. 2007 2. K R Padiyar. New Age International Publishers. “FACTS Controllers in Power Transmission and Distribution”. Nalanda Digital Library.G. Delhi. Static series compensation – GCSC. Berlin.Static series compensation: TSSC. SSSC -Static voltage and phase angle regulators . 4. E-book edition. Gyugyi.IEEE standards on power quality. sags. modeling.TSSC. IEEE Press Book. X P Zhang. John Wiley and Sons. 2006 3.TCVR and TCPAROperation and Control -Applications. flicker. loads that create harmonics.Applications . passive filters.Ashok . N. K.Introduction to interline power flow controller. Static Reactive Power Compensation. T J E Miller. Hingorani. harmonics. Standard Publishers and Distributors.S. series and hybrid and their control – voltage swells .Basic Principle of P and Q control.Modelling and Control”. mitigation of harmonics. 2007 6. McGraw-Hill Professional. Newyork. References 1.Sureshkumar . L. Springer Verlag. TCSC and Static synchronous series compensators and their control SSR and its damping Module 3: (10 hours) Unified Power Flow Controller: Circuit Arrangement.independent real and reactive power flow control. “FACTS Controllers & Applications”. C Rehtanz. unbalance and mitigation of these problems by power line conditioners. NIT Calicut. Operation and control of UPFC. 1982 EE6321: Power Semiconductor Devices and Modeling L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs Module 1: (11 hours) . Modelling and analysis of FACTS Controllers – simulation of FACTS controllers Module 4: (11hours) Power quality problems in distribution systems. “Flexible AC Transmission Systems.2003 5. harmonic propagation. S. B Pal. 2001.

transient thermal impedance . Switching Losses . Basic Structure and operation .Base Drive Requirements . Switching Characteristics . Turn off process . GTO Turn on Transient . Component Temperature Control and Heat Sinks . Basic Structure and Operation . Power MOSFETs . Gate Charge .Snubber Requirements for BJTs and Snubber Design . Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistors (IGBTs) . V-I Characteristics . Basic Structure and I-V Characteristics . Turn on Transient . V-I Characteristics .Maximum Controllable Anode Current .John Wiley and Sons.Power Diodes . Turn on Transient . FBSOA and RBSOA Curves . Snubber Requirements and Snubber Design. Ratings of Thyristors . Clamped Inductive Switching Specifications . heat transfer by conduction .Heat Sink Selection for SCRs and GTOs. Turn on Process . Ned Mohan et.heat transfer by radiation and convection . IGBT Turn off Transient.2006 .”Power Electronics”. Resistive Switching Specifications .Switching Frequency Capability . Basic Structure and Operation .Switching Aids. Turn off process . Turn off Transient . Switching Losses . Resistive Switching Specifications . V-I Characteristics . Snubber Requirements. Device Protection -Snubber Requirements .Turn on Transient and di/dt limitations . Turn off Transient . Clamped Inductive Switching Specifications . Storage Time . On State Losses . Basic Structure and I-V Characteristics . Simulation tools.IGBT Turn on Transient . Turn on Process . GTO Switching Characteristics . Reverse Recovery Transient . Device Protection.Ratings of MOSFETs.heat sinks . Minimum ON and OFF State times . Module 3: (9 hours) New power semiconductor devices . GTO Turn off Transient . Switching Characteristics .Minimum ON and OFF State times . FBSOA and RBSOA Curves .FBSOA and RBSOA Curves . On State operation .al .Overcurrent protection of IGBTs . Overcurrent protection of GTOs Module 2: (12hours) Power BJTs . Turn off Transient .Modelling of IGBT References 1. Resistive Switching Specifications . Breakdown Voltages and Control . Short Circuit Protection .On State Losses . Gating Requirements .Latch up IGBT Switching Characteristics .dv/dt limitations . [9 Hours] Module 4: (10 hours) Gating Requirements for Thyristor. Ratings . Turn off time .Current Tailing .Turn on Transient and di/dt limitations . Triacs . Breakdown Voltages and Control . Snubber Requirements and Snubber Design. On State operation . Switching Characteristics .Ratings of MOSFETs. Effect of Reverse Recovery Transients on Switching Stresses and Losses . Switching Characteristics .Modelling of bipolar transistor . Control of device temperature .Modelling of power MOSFET . Modelling of power semiconductors (principles) . Gate Turnoff Thyristor (GTO) . Turn off time and reapplied dv/dt limitations .Basic Structure . Thyristors . Clamped Inductive Switching Specifications .Basic Structure . Turn off Transient . Snubber Requirements for Diodes and Diode Snubbers. Thermal design of power electronic equipment . Second Breakdown and its Control. Modelling of power diode . Switching Losses . Schottky Diodes .

Three Phase Three-wire Shunt Active Filtering and their control using p-q theory and d-q modelling .E Miller Reactive Power Control in Electric Systems John Wiley & Sons. Power Qulity Issues . Antognet. Distortion .Thomson. Single Phase and Three Phase Converters and Standard Modulation Strategies (Programmed Harmonic Elimination and SPWM) . Single Phase Shunt Current Injection Type Filter and its Control. Theory and Applications”. T. Use of STATCOMs and SSSCs for Transient and Dynamic Stability Improvement in Power Systems Module 3: (11 hours) Converters for Static Compensation .1988. V.1982. Power Quality Conditioner References 1. Grant. Sweels..” Semiconductor Device Modeling with Spice”. SVCs of Thyristor Switched and Thyristor Controlled types and their control. Dynamic Voltage Restorer and its control . SSSC and its Control. B.” Power Semiconductor Devices. Unbalance. Gowar. G. Series Active Filtering in Harmonic Cancellation Mode . Steady-State Reactive Power Control in Electric Transmission Systems . 4.” Power Semiconductor Devices”. Series Compensators of Thyristor Switched and Controlled Type and their Control.Sources of Harmonics in DistributionSystems and Ill Effects .99 EE6322: Static Var Controllers & Harmonic Filtering L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs Module1: (10 hours) Fundamentals of Load Compensation . A. Multi-Level Inverters of Diode Clamped Type and Flying Capacitor Type and suitable modulation strategies (includes SVM) . STATCOMs and their control. Hybrid Filtering using Shunt Active Filters . D. J. Current Control of Inverters. 2004. Current Harmonics . John Wiley & Sons1994. Three-phase fourwire shunt active filters . . Series Active Filtering in Harmonic Isolation Mode . Baliga. Multi-level inverters of Cascade Type and their modulation . McGraw-Hill. Reactive Power Compensation and Dynamic Performance of Transmission Systems . Flicker . Sags. J. 3.2. Module 4: (11 hours) Passive Harmonic Filtering . GTO Inverters . Shunt Compensators.J. Sub-Synchronous Resonance and damping. Benda. Multi-Pulse Converters and Interface Magnetics . Massobrio. P. Module 2: (10 hours) Static Reactive Power Compensators and their control . Inc.

Examples of useful digital circuits: Arithmetic Circuits. Current sources for biasing inside a BJT/MOS IC – Properties of ideal Opamps. The IOA model of an Opamp. IC multipliers. HPF and BPF State variable active filter. IEEE Press. Precision rectification. Transconductance multiplier/divider. decoders and encoders.low pass filter specifications . Hingorani & L. Ned Mohan et. 3. linear voltage regulators Sinusoidal oscillators using Opamps Active filtering – Butterworth low pass filter functions .D/A conversion . VCO Circuits. VFCs and FVCs and applications. Comparator ICs .al Power Electronics. Gyugyi Understanding FACTS: Concepts and Technology of Flexible AC Transmission Systems.Order and cut off frequency of Butterworth function from low pass specifications – Sallen and Key second order LP section . sine wave shaping. Internal description of a Folded Cascode MOS Opamp. principle of virtual short. 2000. multiplexers and demultiplexers. Offset model for an Opamp.A/D conversion .G. slew rate. Time division multipliers Analog switches . N. analysis and design of standard linear applications of Opamps Reference diodes and voltage references. PLL and applications.successive approximation ADC . Module 2: (8 hours) Regenerative Comparators. Log and Anti-log amplifiers.quantiser characteristics single slope and dual slope ADCs .2. .Boolean function implementation. Function generator ICs . Offset behaviour. Square-Triangle – ramp generation. Monostable and Astable using Opamps. Dominant pole compensation – internal and external compensation. internal description of a twostage MOS Opamp.sample and hold amplifier –Data conversion fundamentals . Internal description of a BJT Opamp.R/2R ladder DAC .multiple feedback single OPAMP LPF.Simplification of functions using Karnaugh map .weighed resistor DAC .gain adjustment in Butterworth LP filters – Butterworth high pass filters – Second order wide band and narrow band band pass filters . John Wiley and Sons 2006 EE6327: Linear and Digital Electronics L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Pre-requisite: Nil Total hours: 42 Hrs Module 1: (15 hours) BJT and MOSFET Differential amplifiers and their analysis.current switching DAC . Comparators and parity generators. . Universal active filter.simultaneous ADC Module 3: (9 hours) Basic digital circuits: Review of number systems and Boolean algebra .

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