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SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING MAIDAN GARHI, NEW DELHI-110 068
Programme Structure of Vertically Integrated Engineering programmes
Level of Programme : Discipline : PROGRAMME CODE :
Diploma Electrical Engineering DELVI
1. BET-011 Mathematics-I 4 4 2. BET-012 Physics 4 4 3. BET-013 Chemistry 4 4
1. First Semester
4. OIEL-001 Technical English 4 4 5. BET-014 Applied Mechanics 4 4 6. BETL-011 Lab-I (Applied Science) 1 2 7. BETL-012 Lab-II (Applied Mechanics) 1 2
1. OIEE-001 Basics Of Electrical Engineering 4 4 2. BET-016 Engineering Drawing 4 4 3. BET-026 Workshop Technology 4 4 4. BET-024 E/M Engineering 4 4 5. OIEE-002 Electrical Engineering Materials 4 4 6. BETL-022 Lab-III (Workshop Technology) 1 2 7. OIEEL-001 Lab-IV (Electrical Engineering) 1
1. BET-021 Mathematics-II 4 4 2. BET-017 Computer Basics 4 4 3. BET-022 Strength of Materials 4 4 4. BIEE-027 Electrical Machines-I 4 4 5. BIEL-027 Applied Electronics 4 4 6. BICEL-016 Lab-V (Computer Application) 1 2 7. BMEL-008 Lab-VI (Strength of Materials) 1 2
1. BIEE-028 Electrical Machines Theory- II 4 4 2. BIEE-029 Power Generations Systems 4 4 3. BIEE-030 Industrial Drives and Control 4 4 4. BIEE-031 C Programming 4 4 5. BIEE-032 Principles of Computer Architecture 4 4 6. BIEEL-014 Lab-VII (Electrical Machines- II) 1 2 7. BIEEL-015 Lab VIII (C Programming) 1 2
1. BIEE-033 Electrical Circuit Theory 4 4 2. BIEE-034 Electrical Power Transmission & Distribution 3. BIEE-035 Control Systems 4 4 4. BIEE-036 Electrical Installation and Systems 4 4 5. BIEEL-016 Lab-IX(Electrical Circuit Lab) 1 2 6. BIEEL-017 Lab-X (Control Systems) 1 2 7. BIEEP-001 Project - 4
1. BIEE-037 Power Plant Economics and Control 4 4 2. BIEE-038 Energy Audit 4 4 3. BIEE-039 Electrical Measurements and Instruments 4.-- Elective-I * 4 4 5.-- Elective-II* 4 4 6. BIEEL-018 Lab-XI (Electrical Measurements) 1 2 7. BIEEP-001 Project 8 4 Any two subject are to be chosen from the following Electives. 1 BIEEE-005 Utilisation of Electrical Engineering 2 BIELE-005 Industrial Electronics 4 4 3 BIMEE-030 Industrial Organisation and management 4 BIEEE-006 Switch Gear And Protection 4 4 PLEASE NOTE There may be some compulsory subjects / elective subjects / project where the subject codes may be missing. The codes will be uploaded shortly
.BET-O11: Unit 1
MATHEMATICS – I
Surds, Logarithms and Quadratic Equations: Surds, Logarithms, Quadratic Equations. Unit 2 Sequences and Series: Sequences, Arithmetic Progression, Geometric Progression. Unit 3 Binomial Theorem and Computer Mathematics: Binomial Theorem, Computer Mathematics. Unit 4 Trigonometric Functions: Angles, Circular Functions of Trigonometric Ratios, Inverse Trigonometric Functions. Unit 5 Applications of Trigonometry: Properties of Triangles, Solutions of Triangles, Heights and Distances. Unit 6 Coordinate Geometry and Straight Line: Cartesian Coordinate System. Unit 7 Circles and Conic Sections: Circle, Conic Section. Unit 8 Vector Algebra: Basic Concepts, Components of a Vector, Operations on Vectors, Product of Two Vectors. Reference: 1. Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Wartikar 2. Higher Engineering Mathematics by B S. Grewal (Khanna Publications, Delhi)
Fluids in Motion. Photometry. . Simple Electrical Circuits. Magnetic Materials. Principles of physics. Heating Effects of Current. Kinetic Theory of Gases. Bueche. Sound and its Characteristics. Unit 3 Sound: Waves. Image Formation of Refracting Surfaces. Electric Origin of Magnetism: Biot-Savert‘s Law.BET-012: PHYSICS Unit 1 Properties of Matter : Surface Tension. Chemical Effects of Currents. Unit 4 Light: Laws of Reflection and Laws of Refraction. Physics:David Halliday and Robert Resinik. Image Formation by Reflecting Surfaces. Alan Van Heuvelen. Fluid Statics. McGraw Hill Book Company. Elasticity. Reference: A text Book of physics. Unit 5 Electricity and its Effects: Electric Charge and Electric Force. Mechanical Equivalent of Heat. Physics: A General Introduction. Unit 6 Magnetism: Magnetic Field. Unit 2 Thermal Energy: What is Heat?. Modes of Heat Transfer. John Wiley and sons. (Class XI and XII) National Council for Educational Research and Training (NCERT).. Little. Motion of a Charged Particles in magnetic Field. Sources of EMF : Battery. Electrical Instruments. Optical Instruments. Effects o f Magnetic Field on Electric Current. New Delhi. Speed of Sound : Newton‘s Formula. Brown and Company. F.
Ceramics. Gases as Lubricants. Type of Polymers. Periodic Properties. Characteristics of a Good Fuel. Aluminium. Solid Fuels. Hardness of Water. Gases as Lubricants. Structure of Water. Copper. Unit 5 Fuels: Classification of Fuels. Alloys. Glass Transition. Determination of Calorific Value. Properties of Polymers. Unit 3 Metals: Occurrence and Properties of Metals. Liquid Fuels. Commercial Bleaching Powder . Periodic Table and Electronic Configuration of Elements. Acids. Unit 6 Lubricants: Lubricants. Liquid. Classification of Lubricants. Lubricating Emulsion. Sludge and Scale Formation of Boilers. Moulding of Plastic. Bleaching Powder. Refractories. pH Value and Water Treatment. Solvent Action Of Water. Comparison between Solid. Unit 4 Water Technology: Sources of Water. Selection of Lubricants. and Gaseous Fuels.BET-013-CHEMISTRY Unit 1 Periodic Table and Periodic Properties: Development of Periodic Table. Calorific Value of Fuels. Chlorine. Rubber Unit 8 Glass and Ceramics :Manufacture of Glass. Lubrication. Nitrogen and Ammonia. Gaseous Fuels. Properties of Lubricants Unit 7 Polymers : Importance of Polymers. Oxygen. Hydrogen. Unit 2 Non-Metal: Atmosphere. Varieties of Glasses. Boiler Corrosion and its prevention. Iron and Steel.
Employers Expectations. Importance and Function. Feedback of Faculty & Students 3. The paper is internal and at least 3 tests will be taken. Body Language. General Etiquette.001 Tecnicol english UNIT I Essentials of Grammar: Parts of Speech. Do‘s & Don‘ts of Resume. 2003 revised edition. Preparing the Resume. Managing Computer. Presentation Plan. Voice Modulation. Role & Function of Correspondence. ―7 Habits of highly effective people‖ . Voice & Picture Integration. Helpful Hints UNIT III Presentation Skills: Importance of Presentation Skills. Preparing for the Interviews. Process. Styles of Presentation. Attending the Interview. ―YOU CAN WIN‖. Stephen Covey. Forms of Layout. Postures & Gestures UNIT V Group Discussion & Presentation: Definition. Office Management : Types of Correspondence. UNIT IV Interview Preparation: Types of Interview. Evaluation The student will be evaluated on the basis of: 1. Receipt and Dispatch of Mail.OIEL . Filing Systems. Elements of Structure. Helpful Expressions. MIS. Classification of Mail. Guidelines. Shiv Khera. His / Her presentation style 2. Dressing Sense. Capturing Data. 2. Interview Process. General Etiquette 4. Visual Aids. Proficiency in Letter Drafting / Interview Preparation 5. Drafting the Applications. Phonetics. Best 2 of 3 shall account for final grades (70% Test & 30% Presentation) References: 1. Vocabulary Building. Guidelines to make Presentation Interesting. Macmillan Books. UNIT II Letter & Resume Writing: Types of Letters-Formal / Informal. Audience Awareness. Punctuation.
McGraw Hill. Simple Machines. Work. F. Free Body Diagrams.P. Engineering Mechanics (Revised by J..B.. India. and Young.P. Beer. Problem Involving Dry Friction. Engineering Mechanics. New York. and Johnston. Desai).N. E. Resultant of Concurrent Forces. Plane Trusses. Wedge Friction and Screw Friction. Thadani. Unit 5 Rectilinear Motion. Power and Energy. Unit 4 Centre of Gravity and Moment of Inertia: Concept of Centre of Gravity. Inclined Plane. New Jersey.P..P. Projectiles and Relative Motion: Rectilinear Motion. D. Relative Motion. Unit 3 Friction: Laws of Friction. New York. S. Weinall Book Corporation. Motion on a Circular Path.H. Equilibrium of Coplanar Forces. Reference: Timoshenko. Shames. Moment of Inertia of Area.. Engineering Mechanics.014-Applied Mechanics Unit 1 Coplanar and Non-coplanar Forces: System of Forces. Projectiles. Resultant of Non-concurrent Forces. Unit 6 Laws of Motion: Newton‘s Laws of Motion. . Coplanar Force. Bombay. I. Simple Harmonic Motion. Prentice Hall. McGraw Hill. Moment of a Force. Unit 2 Equilibrium: Free Body Diagram: Types of Supports and Constraints. Vector Mechanics for Engineering.
4 To determine frequency of Tuning fork using a Sonometer. 10 To determine to convert a galvanometer of given resistance into an a voltmeter 11 To determine the value of unknown resistance by wheat stone bridge 12 To determine the verification of laws of series & parallel resistances.. 6 To determine the local length of a convex lenses by displacement method.BETL-011: LAB-I (APPLIED SCIENCE) List of Experiments in Physics (Any Eight) 1 To determine the density of a thin rod using balance and Vernier Callipers. 5 To determine the velocity of sound in air by resonance tube. 3 To determine the thickness of a glass setup using speedometer. 9 To determine to convert a galvanometer of given resistance into an ammeter. 8 To determine Verify Ohm‘s Law using voltmeter & ammeter. . 7 To determine the refractive Index of material of the given prism. 2 To determine young‘s modules of the material by Searle‘s apparatus.
(9) To determine the MA. Velocity ratio & efficiency of a (a) Simple purchase crab winch(b) Double purchase crab winch(c) Gear train etc.BETL-012: LAB-II (APPLIED MECHANICS) List of Experiments in Applied Mechanics (Any Eight) (1) To determine the verification of law of polygon of force. warm & warmed (10) To determine the finding expertly Reactions in a Beam (11) To determine graphically evaluation of forces in a trees (12) To determine the graphically evaluation of CG of a plane figure (13) To determine the graphically evaluation MI of a plane figure. (2) To determine the funicular polygon (3) To determine the Finding coefficient of friction by inclined plane apparatus (4) To determine the Mechanical. Advantage. VR & n of a differential pulley block. Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit Marks 21 External:30+Internal:70 Students are required to score 35% marks individually in both external and internal and 40% marks in total . (d) Wheel and axle(e) Screw Jack (5) To determine the finding forces in members of a cantilever truss (6) To determine the finding forces in members of a general truss (7) To determine the moment of inertia of a flywheel (8) To determine the Example modulus by Searle‘s apparatus.
pure inductance and pure capacitance. Series and parallel connections of batteries.m. Physical concept of alternating voltage applied to a pure resistance.Chand and Company Ltd. New Delhi. RECOMMENDED BOOKS 1) A Textbook of Electrical Technology Volume. . Resistances in series and parallel Kirchoff‘s current law and Kirchoff‘s voltage law and their applications to simple circuits. Force on a conductor placed in the magnetic field. Introduction series and parallel resonance and its conditions Power in pure resistance. Concept of cycle. form factor and peak factor. frequency period. r. Basic terms. Norton‘s theorem and their use to solve simple problems. maximum value. self and mutually induced e. amplitude. average value. Superposition theorem. UNIT 5 AC Theory : Concept of alternating voltage and current Difference between AC and DC. active UNIT 6 Polyphase System: Concept of polyphase in power system Advantages of 3-phase system over single phase system. Power. subtraction. Impedance triangle and phase angle Complex Numbers-Various forms.II-semeaster OIEE-001: BASICS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING UNIT 1 DC CIRCUITS: Concept of electricity. Power factor. energy and their units. Inductive reactance.s value. Silver Oxide cells Charging methods used for lead acid accumulator Care and maintenance of lead acid battery. line current and power in a star and delta connected system. relation between phase voltage and line voltage. Principle of self and mutual induction. inductance. Magnetic field around a straight current carrying conductor and a solenoid and methods to find its direction.I – B. Derivation of equation of sinusoidal waveform. force between two parallel current carrying conductors. UNIT 4Electromagnetic Induction: Faraday‘s Laws of electromagnetic induction. Construction. simple numerical problems Energy stored in a magnetic field. multiplication and division. Lenz‘s law and Flaming‘s Right and left hand rules. working and applications of Lead and Battery and Nickel Cadmium cells. Thevenin‘s Theorem. Potential Difference. Ohm‘s Law Effect of temperature on resistance.L.Voltage current. Representation of sinusoidal quantities by phasors. Conversion of circuits from star to Delta and Delta to Star.Theraja. Simple problems on 3phase balanced loads and concept of unbalanced loads. addition. Series and parallel magnetic circuits.m.f. inductance and capacitance. addition of sinusoidal terms Solutions and phasor diagrams for simple practical RLC circuits (series and parallel). UNIT 2 BATTERY Basic idea about primary and secondary cells. temperature coefficient of resistance. value. simple problems Importance of air gap Concept of hysterisis and hysterisis loop. Generation of 3-phase voltages. UNIT 3 Magnetism and Electromagnetism: Introduction to electromagnetism. capacitivereactance Alternating voltage applied to resistance and inductance in series Alternating voltage applied to resistance and capacitance in series. Rise and decay of current in RL and RC circuits. power in combined RLC circuits. phase current. S.
Development of a Right Cone .Projections of a Point Situated in a Plane.Projection of Points .Dimensioning of Drawing .Development of a Cube .Sizes of Drawing Sheets . Isometric Projection of a Cube.Rules for Making the Section Plane and Views . Polyhedra. VP and HP May be Traces of a Line . Projection of Straight Lines .Orthographic Projections of Solid when the Axis is Inclined to Both the Principal Planes Sections of Solid Positions of Section Plane . i. Isometric Projection.Apparent and True Shape of Section . INTRODUCTION TO DRAWING Unit 1 . Relative Position of View First Angle Projection Method. Indication of Method General Principles of Orthographic Drawing .Axis Inclined to VP and Parallel to HP . Solids of Revolution.True Length of a Line . Hyperbola. Orthographic Projections of Solid Orthographic Projections of Solid when the Axis is Perpendicular to One of the Principal Planes and Parallel to the Other Axis Perpendicular to the HP .Second Quadrant .Isometric Drawing of a Circle .Isometric Drawing of a Rectangle . Isometric Projection of Solids . Fourth Quadrant .Arrangement and Indication of Dimension .Methods of Drawing True Shape of Section .Termination and Origin Indication .Third Quadrant .Free Hand Lettering . Hypocycloid.e.Recommended Sizes .Development of a Tetrahedron . Triangle.Procedure of Drawing a Cube . Pentagon. Third Angle Projection Method.Isometric Drawing of Simple Machine Brackets . Development of the Surface of a Right Cylinder .Construction of an Isometric Scale .Position of the Line with Respect to Planes of Projection.Elements of Dimensioning.Projection of Planes Unit 4 ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTIONS-II Types of Solid.Development of a Surface . Dimension Lines and Leader Lines .Projections of Point Situated in the First Quadrant .Section of Solids of Revolution UNIT 5 ISOMETRIC AND OBLIQUE PROJECTIONS Classification of Pictorial Drawings. Projection Lines.Development of the Surface of a Truncated Pentagonal Prism Development of a Pyramid.Development of a Sphere . Conic Sections. Projection Methods.Layout of Drawing Sheets . Development of a Prism . Polygon.Drawing Scale . EllipseParabola. Square.Oblique Projection Rules for Placing an Object. Development of the Surface of a Square Pyramid Development of theSurface of a Truncated Pyramid. Hexagon.Isometric Scale .Indicating Dimensional Value on Drawings .Section of Polyhedra . Cycloid.Isometric Drawings of Plane Geometrical Figures .Dimensions .Isometric Drawing of a Triangle. Designation of Views.Axis Perpendicular to the VP Orthographic Projections of Solid when the Axis is Parallel to Both the HP and VP Orthographic Projections of Solid when the Axis is Inclined to One of the Principal Planes and Parallel to the Other Principal Plane Axis Inclined to HP and Parallel to VP .Conventional Representation Unit 2 GEOMETRICAL CONSTRUCTIO. Drawing Equipment and Instruments. Drawing Sheets and Layout .Development of a Octahedron.Types of Letters and Lettering Standard .Types of Line .BET-016. Procedure for Constructing an Oblique Drawing UNIT 6 SURFACE DEVELOPMENT Geometric Objects . Tangent and Normal to Curve Unit 3 ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTIONS-IOrthographic Projection. Epicycloids.Style .Isometric Drawing of a Square .Thickness and Proportional Dimensions of Lines .Development of the Surface of a Pentagonal Prism .Types of Line and Their Applications . Circle and Curves.
Metal Used in Tin Smithy Works. Fluxes. Sheet Metal Operation. Layout of Patterns Unit 5 Welding: Gas Welding. Lathe Operations. Cutting Tools.BET-026 WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY Unit 1 Carpentry: Classification of Carpentry Tools. Types of Work & Working Procedure. Arc Welding. Power Hammers and Presses. Varnishes Reference: . Operations in Plumbing Work. Electrodes for Arc Welding. Arc Welding Processes Unit 6 Smithy and Forging: Forging Materials. Rivet. Arc Welding Equipment. Types of Lathe. Forging Operations. Equipment for Oxy-Acetylene Gas Welding. Foundry Unit 3 Fitting and Plumbing: Tools and Devices in Fitting – work. Operation in Fitting Work. Hand Tools and Machines. Joints in Carpentry Work Unit 2 Pattern Making and Foundry: Pattern making. Lathe Accessories and Attachments. Polarity in Arc Welding. Tools and Equipments used in forging. Fluxes. Soldering. Tools in Plumbing Work. Gas Flame. Terms Used in Cutting Operation Unit 8 Painting: Paints. Pipe Fittings and Joints Unit 4 Sheet Metal Work: Types of Tin-Smithy Joints. Brazing. Heat treatment Unit 7 Machine Tools: Function of Lathe.
Laws of Thermodynamics. Gas Laws. Energy Conversion Cycles. Evaporative Cooler. Air Conditioning. Batteries Unit 2 Electromagnetism. Current.BET-024-E/M ENGINEERING Unit 1 Introduction to Electricity: Electricity. New Delhi. Resistance of a Conductor.. Some Basic Crane Mechanisms. Dhanpat Rai Publications. Refrigeration Capacity. Gas Laws and Fuels: Basic Units of Measurement. Ducting Unit 8 Lifts and Cranes: Basic Principles. Impedance Concept. Winter Air Conditioning. Concepts Relating to Power. Escalator. Types of Crane. Comfort Air Conditioning. Ammonia Hydrogen Refrigeration System. Kirchhoff‘s Laws. Fuels Unit 6 Internal Combustion Engines: Classification. Electricity. Four Stroke and Two Stroke Engines. Cycles. International Edition. Distribution of Electricity Unit 5 Units of Measurement. Refrigerants. Three-phase Circuits Unit 4 Electrical Machines: DC Machines. A. Lifts (Elevators). Electromagnetic Induction. Hysteresis Unit 3 AC Circuits: Sinusoidal Signals. Indirect Refrigeration. Package Air Conditioner. Richard J. Vapour Compression Refrigeration. Summer Air Conditioning (Dry Air). Circuit Theory. Octane and Cetane Numbers. Thermodynamic Systems. Summer Air Conditioning (Humid Air). Biot-Savart Law and its Applications. Tata McGraw-Hill . Transformers. Thermoelectric Cooling. Steam Jet Refrigeration. Psychrometry. Fowler.. Engine Performance. Pollution Unit 7 Refrigeration and Airconditioning: Refrigeration Cycle. Electrical Instruments. Static Electricity. Lifting of Load. Absorption System. Rotary Cranes or Derricks Reference: Chakraborti. Electrostatics and Electrical Instruments: Magnetism.
anti ferromagnetism. Energy bond description UNIT 2 Conductive material: Ohm‘s law and relaxation time of electrons: relaxation time. ferrimanetism. insulation measurement. dielectric losses. Pretis Hall Publication . complex dielectric constant of non dipolar solids. Thermal discharge breakdown c) dielectric breakdown in gases : Growth of current. solid insulating materials. secondary ionization coefficient . liquid insulating materials. UNIT 4 Insulating materials : Dielectric gases. Frochlich‘s theory. Insulating materials for electric and electronics equipments. dielectric constant of monatomic gases. Superconductivity. Bubble theory. McGraw-Hill pub 2) Electric and radio engineering materials: B. Breakdown due to liquid globules b) dielectric breakdown of solid: Intrinsic breakdown.M. modern trends in electrical insulators. Classification. ionic polarization as function of frequency.OIEE-002: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING MATERIALS UNIT 1 Introduction: Engineering materials. UNIT 3 Dielectric material: A) Dielectric properties in static field: Polarization and its mechanism. Dimagnetism. electron ionization coefficient. UNIT 5 Magnetic Properties of materials: Magnetic material classification.Tareev. ferromagnetic domains. cry conductors. a) dielectric breakdown in liquid – colloidal theory. Magnetostriction. RECOMMENDED BOOKS 1) Electronic Engineering Materials and devices: J. electric strength of liquids..Dekker. Townscnd‘s criterion B) Dielectric Properties in alternating field: Frequency dependence of electronic polarsiblity.Allison.J. origin of permanent magnetic dipole. Mir Publication 3) Electric engineering Materials : A. magnetic resonance. Theory of Van Hippel. Properties. collision time and mean free path Electric scattering and resistively of metals Heat developed in current carrying conductor Thermal conductivity of metals. breakdown mechanism. factor affecting permeability and hysteresis loss. Effect of moisture on insulating system. Para magnetism. factor influencing the characteristics of insulating system.
19. Butt joint. Preparation of a metallic surface for Spray-Painting. Preparation of cylinder and solder the same. Preparation of metallic surface for painting. Briddle joint and dovetail joint.I. Spot welding practice by spot welding machine. Lectures Tutorials Practical . 18. 15. Sketches and study of the foundry tools. 3. Preparation of green moulding sand and practice to prepare moulds. 20. 6. Making of lab joint. 11. 21. First spray primer and paint the same by spray-painting gun and Air-compressor system 5. 22. 16. Preparation of a funnel with thin sheet and solder the seam of funnel 7. 8. apply primer on one side to paint the same side. Plain turning. 17. round-rod. cupola and pit-furnace. Preparation of a ring with hook for wooden doors. elbow and tee wooden practice board. Drilling practice etc and fit it on 12. Single seam and double seam 9. Study and sketch of planning / shaping machines. Preparation of square or rectangular piece by M. Preparation of a wooden surface for painting. Cutting and threading practice on G. Preparation of a soap-case by the metal-sheet. Brazing practice on small tube/ conduit joint 10. Welding practice for lap and butt joints. job 13.BETL-022 LAB-III (WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY) List of Experiments in Workshop Technology (Any Sixteen) 1. Filling and souring practice of chipped M. Study and sketch of Lathe Machine 23. Pipes for using socket. 14. Hack sawing and chipping practice on mild steel flat. step-turning and knurling practice on Lathe machine 24. 2. apply primer and paint the given surface 4.S.S. Preparation of a hexagonal or square headed bolt. mortise and tenon-joint. Preparation of different types of joints such as Lap-joint. Threading practice by taps and Die set.
OIEEL-001: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LAB-IV Lecture Tutorial Practical LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS(Any eight) 1) Study of Safety precautions 2) Study of Thevenin‘s theorem 3) Study of Kirchoff‘s law 4) Study of super position theorem 5) Study of RLC series circuit 6) Effect of temperature rise on conducting material 7) Direct loading test on single phase transformer 8) Study of star delta relationship 9) Study of various batteries .
. Curve Sketching. Integration of Rational Functions. Reference: Shanti Narayan. Exponential and Circular Functions of Complex Numbers Unit 6 Matrices and Determinants: Matrices. Basic Definitions. Integration of Irrational Functions. Continuity. Derivative as a Rate Measure. Methods of Integration. Adjoint and Inverse of a Matrix. Mean Value Theorem. Maxima and Minima. Integral Calculus. Unit 5 Complex Numbers: Complex Numbers. Unit 2 Applications of Derivatives: Application to Geometric. Functions. Limits. Measures of Location and Dispersion. by Chand & Co. Roller Theorems. Properties of Definite Integrals. Geometrical Representation of Complex Numbers. Construction of Frequency Tables (or Frequency Distributions) from Raw Data. Increasing and Decreasing Function. Unit 3 Indefinite Integrals: Antiderivatives. Solution of Linear Equations with the help of Inverse of a Matrix. Determinants. Graphical Presentation of Frequency Distributions. Matrix Multiplication. Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.II-year Thred semester BET-021 MATHEMATICS -II Unit 1 Differential Calculus: Real Number System. Applications. Unit 7 Statistics: Statistical Data and Variables and Units of Observations. Derivative. Unit 4 Definite Integrals: Definite Integrals.
Creating a simple presentation. Selecting a Template. Prentice Hall of India. Printing a presentation. Vikas Publishing Hopuse Pvt. Inserting rows and columns.. Internet Chat Reference: Saxena. Leon and Mathews. Typing the Text. Merging rows and columns. Joe Hubraken. New Delhi. Header and Footer.BET-017 COMPUTER BASICS Unit 1 Introduction to Computers: Why Computer?. Functions Unit 7 Ms PowerPoint: About PowerPoint. Microsoft office 2000: 8 in 1. New Delh .. Leon. Saving the document. S Word Menus. New Delhi. Basandra. Bits and Bytes. Bullets. Excel Screen Layout. Fundamentals of Information Technology. Secondary Storage Devices Unit 2 Microsoft Windows: Microsoft Windows. MS Word Screen Layout. Creating and modifying tables. Windows Desktop. Input and Output Devices. Formatting Toolbar. Toolbars. S. Exploring the Control Panel. Common Accessory Applications.K. Exiting MS Word. Starting the Template and selecting the Template Style. Getting Help Unit 8 Internet and E-Mailing: Internet Basics. Stephen L. Print. Print Preview. Header and Header Items. Creating a Simple Worksheet. Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Creating rows and columns.. System Vs Application Software. Hardware Vs Software. Creating Documents. Recipients name and the closing items. Aligning the Text. ROM/RAM. New Delhi. New Delhi. A First Course in Computer. Evolution of Computers. Standard Toolbar.. Starting the Internet. Numbering the Text. Spelling and Grammar Check. E-mailing. Formatting Toolbar Unit 4 Ms Word II: Creating a Simple Document. Sanjay. Windows Explorer Unit 3 Ms Word Part I:About MS Word. Unit 5 Introduction to Spreadsheets Part-I:Starting MS Excel. Components of a Computer. Opening the document. Closing the document. Ltd. Searching. 2003 Edition. Working With Windows. nelson. Computer Today. Ltd. Office 2000: The Complete Reference. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. Making your presentation attractive. Alexis. Excel Menu Unit 6 Ms Excel Toolbars: Standard Toolbar. Viewing a presentation. Galgotia Publication.
McGraw Hill Book .BET-022 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS Unit 1 Stresses and Strains: Basic Concepts.Second Edition. Sigh Conventions. Factor of Safety. Unit 4 Stresses in Beams: Simple Bending or Pure Bending. Relationship between Elastic Constants. CBS Publishers and Distributors. Strength of Materials-part I and part II. Practical Applications. Power Transmission by Shafts. Principal Stresses and Principal Planes. Bending Stress Distribution. Reference: Timoshenko. Thermal Stresses and Strains. Mechanical Behaviour of Materials. Section Modulus. Equivalent Length of a Column. Stress on Oblique Sections. Differential Equation of Deflection Curve. Composite Bars. Schaum‘s Outline Series (1989). Normal and Shear Stresses. Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagram. Unit 2 Principal Stresses: State of Stresses. Unit 5 Deflection of Beams: Curvature of Bending Beam. Types of End Condition of Columns. Indian Standard Specifications for Columns. Shear Stress Distribution in Beams. Shear Force and Bending Moment. Strength of Materials. Unit 7 Columns and Struts: Failure of a Column or Strut. Slenderness Ratio. Unit 6 Torsion: Torsion of Circular Shafts. Stephen. Moment of Resistance. Unit 3 Shear Forces and Bending Moments: Beams. Double Integration Method for Slope and Deflection. Deformation of Bars.
shunt. 2) Electircal Machinery by Nagrath. Kothari (Tata Mc GrawHill) 3) Electircal Machine by P. six phase. two phase. power transformer. 4) Advance Electircal Technology by H. single layer. types. and twelve phase conversion. machines as per Indian standard.C. working.C. parallel operation. Three phase to single phase. starting and speed control.Machines: Construction. UNIT: 5 Three Phase Transformer: Construction. losses. Emf equation. UNIT 3 D. demerits and application.c.c.S. principal of operation. applications. wave. method of improving commutation. RECOMMENDED BOOKS 1) Electrical Engineering Vol.BIEE-027: ELECTRICAL MACHINES-I UNIT 1 D.C.Bhimra. equivalent circuit. Wave forms of no-load current and inrush current phenomenon. Introduction for conducting and reporting the test on transformer as per Indian standard. shunt. UNIT 2 D.Generators: Types. open delta. parallel operation. Armature winding – Lap. applications of d. connections. series and compound generators. efficiency and testing UNIT 4 Single phase Transformer: Heat run test. Three winding transformer and tap changing transformer. merits.C. Autotransformer. distribution transformer construction. Characteristics and application of d. Armature reaction and commutation.Motors: Characteristics. Introduction for conducting and reporting the test on D. torque equation. Parallel operation of d. 6) Theory of AC Machines by Langsdorf (Tata McGrawHill) .I: Direct current by C. double layer.c.Cotton (Wheeler Publication) 5) Substation Equipment by Satnam and Gupta. working.Dawes IV Edition. testing. shunt series and compound motors. separation of core losses in to its component.Construction. series and compound generators.
collector power dissipation requirement & specifications of power transistor. Clampers. current shunt & current series. Class B. bootstrap & miller sweep generator . positive & negative biased & unbiased & combinational clipper. MMV. Crystal oscillators Circuit diagram. iv] Class AB push pull amplifier. transistorised sweep generator. resonance frequency of single tuned. Types of negative feedback . ―Applied Electronics‖. Non . Hartley. Current time base generator. S. applications in TV & CRO. References: 1. Multivibrator classification.Chand & Co.Colpitts.Observing circuits for visible faults like broken component. Resistance analysis. . noise. negative resistance generator. Classification – Class A. input & output waveforms.input/ output waveforms & frequency response. UNIT IV Multivibrators: Transistor as switch. UNIT VI Trouble shooting & Testing: Need for trouble shooting. Class AB & Class C. UNIT II Feedback Amplifiers & oscillators: General theory of feedback: Types of feedback -negative & positive feedback. bandwidth. Definition & graphical representation of different time periods. R. \ operating principles of RC & LC oscillators RC oscillators – RC phase shift. AMV. clipping & clamping circuits. circuit working. Concept of cross over distortion Advantages of push pull amplifier. Drain to source Bias. BMV & Schmitt trigger UNIT V Time base generator: Voltage time base generator. graphical Analysis and efficiency of i] Transformer couple resistive load single stage power amplifier.S.BIEL-027: Applied Electronics UNIT I Amplifiers: 1) Power Amplifiers: Introduction.positive & negative clampers. 2) FET Amplifier: Biasing of FET: Source Self Bias. Paul Malvino. double tuned amplifiers. need of heat sink. Introduction to MOSFET Types. Operating principle. Introduction to oscillator. efficiency of each. Common Source Amplifier: Working & Applications. input impedance. Application of FET as VVR. Active testing Voltage analysis.voltage shunt. UNIT III Wave shaping circuits: Necessity of wave shaping circuits. iii] Class B push pull amplifier. equation for frequency of oscillation & frequency stability. Single stage class A power amplifier: Circuit operation. exponential sweep generator UJT Relaxation Oscillator. phase shift oscillators. ii] Class A push pull amplifier. open contacts etc. Trouble shootings of multivibrators. series & parallel resonance in tuned circuits.Barkhausen criterion. distortion in amplifiers. diode series & shunt. Construction. voltage series.Sedha. circuit working & frequency with specific application. requirement of oscillation . working principle & operation. Working & Applications 3) Tuned Amplifiers: Introduction & necessity of tuned amplifier. ―Electronic Principles‖. Basic tuned circuits. Wien bridge LC oscillators . block diagram of sine wave oscillator.Clipper. output impedance.linear circuits . stability. Advantages of negative feedback on voltage gain. Linear circuits – RC integrator & differentiator. Important steps for testing Visible testing . Tata McGraw-Hill 2. signal analysis.
opening files/folders. . Exploring the control panel – changing date & time. Creating a presentation for the Technical Report in MS PowerPoint. Add or Remove Programs. 12. To prepare captions in different sizes and fonts and generate tables in MS Word and using windows. Creating documents in MS Word and working with MS Word menus. Creating & Deleting folders. connecting and disconnecting key board. correct method of handling floppies. 7. checking & sending E-mail. disks and mouse 2.BICEL-016: Lab – V (Computer Application) Lecture Tutorial Practical List of Practical : (Any Ten) 1. 6. Desktop Background. copying files. Installation of PC. Creating an E-mail Account. 8. 11. monitor and printer. E-mail attachments & Internet Chatting. To prepare tables and charts in MS Excel using windows. Creating a worksheet and working with functions in MS Excel 9. Creating & modifying tables in MS word. 5. Screen Saver. Creating a presentation/slide-show in MS PowerPoint 10. renaming files/folders. 3. changing folder view 4. Developing a Technical Report with tables in MS word.
Determination of modulus of rigidity of a curve by torsion apparatus. 6. To determine impact resistance of a material by Izode impact testing machine. To determine hardness of a plate by Rock wells Brinell‘s hardness testing machine. Determination of water absorption test on floor tiles. 3. 12. percentage elongation of a mild steel rod by Universal testing machine. ultimate stress. To determine shear force (SF) and Bending moment (BM) diagram at various sections of a simply supported beam loaded with several point load on plain paper. 10. Determination of bending test on timber. young‘s modulus. Determination of bending test on floor tiles.BMEL-008: Strength of Materials Lab VI Lecture Tutorial Practical List of Experiments in Strength of Materials (Any Eight) 1. To determine yield stress. 2. 8. Determination of water absorption test on bricks. mild steel and copper. 7. To determine compression test on timber. 5. 9. To determine the moisture content and specific gravity of timber . bricks. 11. Determination of deflection and stiffness of a helical spring. 4.
conventional and thyristorized. Electrical Machines by SK Bhattacharya.its starting methods. Tata McGraw Hill. inductance. Hysteresis motor. slip and its significance and connection of submersible motor (monoblock). Construction characteristics and applications. Reluctance motor. Production of rotating magnetic field in a three phase winding. Armature reaction on unity. Testing of 3-phase motor on no load rotor test and find efficiency. Double cage rotor motor and its applications. Cause of hunting and prevention. RECOMMENDED BOOKS 1. Alternating current series motor and universal motors. servo motor. New Delhi .Iv-semester BIEE-028: Electrical Machines Theory-II UNIT I Synchronous Machines. Shaded pole motor. UNIT 4 Special Purpose Machines. DOL. Construction and working principles. Starting of 3-phase induction motors. auto transformer. star-delta. stable and unstable zones. Main construction features of commutator and brushless excitation system. Effect of change in excitation of a synchronous motor. Power flow diagram of an induction motor.Voltage regulation by syn-impedance method. Capacitors start and run motor. stepper motor. Reluctance starts motor. Operation of single synchronous machine independently supplying a load. Single phase synchronous motor. Spilt phase induction motor. lag and lead power factor. Relationship between copper loss and the motor slip. Application of synchronous machines (as an alternator. Effect of rotor resistance upon the torque slips relationship. Rotor resistance. Speed control of induction motor. Concept of distribution factor and coil span factor and coil span factor and emf equation. Operating of synchronous machine as a motor. as a synchronous condenser) UNIT 2 Induction motors. New Delhi 2. Jalandhar 3. Tata Mc Graw Hill. linear induction motor. Salient constructional features of squirrel cage and slip ring 3-phase induction motors principle of operation. emf and current. Electrical Machiens by Nagrath and Kothari. UNIT 3 Fractional Kilo Watt (FKW) Motors. Nature of field produced in single phase induction motor. Factors determining the torque. Single phase induction motors. Rating and cooling of synchronous machines. Locking of rotor and stator fields. Electrical Machines by SK Sahdev. Need and necessary conditions of parallel operation of alternators. Synchronizing an alternator (Synchroscope method) with the bus bars. Unique International Publications. Torque-slip curve. Generation of three phase emf. Causes of low power factor of induction motors.
Types of wind mills. comparison of the generating stations on the basis of running cost. Main resources of energy. open and closed cycles. Electrical power – I by SK Sahdev. Flow diagrams and brief details of their operation. Prime movers for geo-thermal energy conversion. New Delhi 5. UNIT 5 Bio-energy: Bio-mass Conversion Technologies-wet and dry processes. Power Generation by using gassifiersGeo-thermal and Tidal Energy: Geo-thermal sources. UNIT 6 Chemical Energy Sources: Design and operating principles of a fuel cell. thermoelectric materials and their application. Methods for obtained energy form Biomass. RECOMMENDED BOOKS 1. Solar Stills solar Pumping. Present Scenario. Solar Furnaces.. Electricity generation. UNIT 2 Hydro Energy: Hydro-electric Power Plants. Steam Generation and electricity generation. unique International Publications. Electrical Power System by JB Gupta. Kataria and Sons. conversion efficiency. New Delhi . solar water heaters. starting. Different types of power stations.station Design and Equipment by Santnam and PV Gupta. maintenance etc.electric power generation. UNIT 4 Wind Energy: a) Wind Energy Conversion. Solar cookers. Magneto Hydro Dynamic (MHD) Power Genertion. Importance of non-conventional sources of energy in the present scenario. Future Prospectus. Electrical Power System and Analysis by CL Wadhwa. work output and emf of fuel cells. Electrical Power System by V K Mehta. and energy storage b)Solar Energy: Physical Principal of the conversion of solar radiation into heat. Wind mills.BIEE-029: Power Generation Systems UNIT I Power Generation. local control. 3. Electricity generation from wind. performance analysis of thermo electric power generation. Jalandhar 4. site. 3 2. applications storage battery characteristics. maintenance of batteries. types. UNIT 3 Thermo Electric Power: Basic principle. Economics Criteria. conventional and non-conventional. hybrid cycles. Dhanpat Rai & Sons. Mini and Micro hydro.Importance of Non Conventional sources of energy. Ocean thermal electric conversion. applications. Photo-voltaic cell. S chand & Co.
PWM control. UNIT 3 Control of DC motors by Choppers: Single quadrant.quadrant and four quadrant chopper fed dc separately excited and series excited motors. Two.Closed loop operation of induction motor drives (Block Diagram Only) RECOMMENDED BOOKS 1.Comparison of VSI and CSI operation – Speed torque characteristics – numerical problems on induction motor drives.separately excited and d. M. Single phase semi and Full controlled converters connected to d.Robbins. Jhon Wiley & sons.Variable frequency control of induction motor by Voltage sources and current source inverter and cycloconverters. Lectures Tutorials Practical Credits Marks 3 1 -.speed torque expression – speed torque characteristics.c series motorscontinuous current operation.c Motors. Fundametnals of the electrical drives Gopal K Dubey Narosa publication 3.Closed Loop operation (Block Diagram Only) UNIT 4 Control of Induction Motor through Stator Frequency: Variable frequency characteristics.Speed – Torque characteristics.output voltage and current waveforms – Speed and Torque expressions.Problems on Chopper fed d.BIMM-030: INDUSTRIAL DRIVES AND CONTROLS UNIT I Control of DC motors by single phase Converters: Introduction to Tyhristor controlled Drives.G.Output voltage and current wave forms.Problems.B.and Histand..output voltage and current waveforms.Introduction to mechatronics and measurement systems 2.c separately excited and d. Power Electronics converter application By N.c.Continuous current operation.Mohan T.Udeland & W. UNIT 2 Control of DC motors by Three phase Converters: Three phase semi and fully controlled converters connected to d.P.c.Speed and Torque expressionsSpeed – Torque Characteristics – problems.series motors.M. D.4 . Alciton.
Programming in C by BP Mahapatra. CAI. getch. Need for information storage and retrieval. Galgotia Publictions Pvt. Use and introduction of various software available in the field of electrical engineering. Engineering computation. formatted input.. Vikas Publications House Pvt. Operators and expressions. putch statementsetc. New Delhi 8. New Delhi 6.Ltd. scan. Vijay Mukhi Series for C and C++ 7. New Delhi .Output operations like reading a character. Programming in C by Balaguru Swamy.Ltd. Programming in C by Kerning Lan and Riechie Prentice Hall of India. New Delhi 5. Elements of C by MH Lewin. Constants. Typical Applications. CAE. Programming in C by kris A Jansa.Yashwant Kanetkar. CAM..BIEE-031: C’PROGRAMMING UNIT 1 Information Storage and Retrieval. Daryaganj. Tata McGraw Hill. and data types. Programming a very simple application. Programming in C by R Subburaj. Commercial and business data processing application. 9. Creating data base file. Decision making and looping using dowhile. Arrays – one dimensional and two dimensional. UNIT 2 Programming in C.Basic structure of C programs. Managing Input. The essentials of Computer Organizing and Architecture by Linda Null and Julia Labur. Ordering the data on a selected key. Khanna Publishers. go to statements. Programming in C by Sachaum Series. Executing a C program. New Delhi 3. variables. RECOMMENDED BOOKS 1.Ltd. and for statements. UNIT 4 Students will be required to make a small programe for analysis of circuits design in Electrical Engineering components or any other area. Querying database file on single and multiple keys. narosa Publishing House Pvt. Jangpura. Let us C. switch. 10. UNIT 3 Computers Application Overview. writing a character.. BPB Publications. Khanna Publishers. New Delhi 4.Decision making and branching using IF…else. CAD. formatted output through print. McGraw Hills 2.
Firewire features Pc Diagnostic. Hard disk construction and working. RLL Perpendicular. Load regulation. MBR. Video bandwidth. Refresh rate. L3 cache). Overview and features of SDRAM. advantages and disadvantages Types : Passive matrix and Active matrix. Processor Bus (no pin description) Comparison between PCI and PCI Express. Recording UNIT III Display Devices & Interfacing: CRT colour monitor : Block diagram and function of each block. Sector cylinder. MFM. Head parking. RFI protection.Mike Meyers. L2. SDRAM. BIOS Basics UNIT II Storage Devices And Its Interfacing: Recording Technique : RM. Characteristics of CRT monitor: Dot pitch. Terms related to Hard Disk : Track. External SATA (no pin description). working. Maintaining & Repairing PCs‘ TMH 3. High level formatting. USB features. Scanner: Types. Formatting. DDR2. Centronics (interface diagram. Modem: Internal and External: Block diagram and specifications. (PATA). ‗The Complete PC Upgrade & Maintenance Guide‘ BPB Publication . Power problems : Blackout. Symptoms of power problems. DDR. Efficiency.BIEE-032: Principles of Computer Architecture UNIT I Motherboard And Its Components: Different types of PC configurations and their comparison. Types. Working of logic probe. DVD : Construction. Power supply characteristics: Rated wattage. Expanded memory (No memory map). working principal. magnetic recording. Zone recording. Low level formatting. surges and spikes. DDR3. SCSI drive configuration. Response time. External cache. Serial AT Attachment (SATA). AGP. Advantages of CRT display over LCD display. Laser: Block diagram andspecifications UNIT V Power Supplies: Block diagram and working of SMPS. Brownout. line regulation. SDRAM. CDROM drive : Construction. passive preventiv maintenance. Rating UNIT VI Interfaces: SCSI cables and connectors. cluster. Fault finding and troubleshooting of the above peripherals. Overview and features of ISA. current Reference Books :1. PCI-Xpress. Interlaced versus non interlaced monitor. Chipset basic. Signal description and pin diagram of AT and ATX connectors. architecture and Hub architecture. Scott Jerni gan. Ripple. Horizontal scanning frequency. periodic maintenance procedure Preventive maintenance of peripherals of PCs. Extended memory. ‗Managing & Troubleshooting PCs‘ TMH 2. Printer: Dot matrix. New optical. Regulation. ‗Bigelow's Troubleshooting. Bigelow. Block diagram and specifications. signals and timing waveform). Architecture of Intel chipset 915 G& 945 G. Inkjet. Protection devices : Surge suppressor : working UPS : Block diagram. Important characteristics : Resolution. Concept of cache memory : Internal cache. Mouse: Mechanical. RS232 : (Voltages & 9 pin Signal description). chipset Architecture : North/South Bridge. partitioning. Basic block diagram of a video accelerator card Lectures Tutorials Practical UNIT IV Input & Output Devices: Construction. Testing And Maintenance And Tools: Preventive Maintenance : Active Preventive maintenance. LCD monitor : functional block diagram of LCD monitor. Logical memory organization : Conventional memory. Hard disk drive interface : features of parallel AT attachment. working & Installation of : Keyboard. PCI-X. (L1. logic purser. recording. Resolution. ESD (Electrostatic discharge). Opto mechanical. Flat bed. Mark Minasi.
Determination of effect of rotor resistance on torque speed curve of an induction motor 10. Observe the effect of excitation & speed on induction e. Detailed wiring diagram of DOL and Automatic Star-Delta starter 15. Study of various types of starters of three phase induction motor 13.BIEEL-014: LAB VII Laboratory Experiments:- ELECTRICAL MACHINES THEORY-II 1. 6. 7. Determination of the effect of variation of excitation on performance of a synchronous motor 8. To tell the effect of a capacitor on the starting and running of a single-phase induction motor. Determination of efficiency by (a) no load test and blocked rotor test on an induction motor (b) direct loading of an induction motor or indirect loading method. Reversing the direction of rotation of ceiling fan or any one type of single phase induction motor 12.f & plot O. 5.C.C of the alternator. Study of linear induction motor . Study of different speed control methods of three phase induction motor. To reverse the direction of rotation of three phase induction motor 4. Study of different parts of induction motor 3. Determination of the regulation and efficiency of alternator from the open circuit and short circuit test. Demonstration and Study of revolving field set up by a 3-phase wound stator 2. 9. Determination of the regulation of alternator by direct load test. 14.m. 11. To measure the slip of 3-phase IM by i) Tachometer ii) Comparing rotor & stator frequency iii) Stroboscopic method.
Programming exercise on switch statement. Programming exercise on formatting input using print. and proportional control. 21. Programming for DAS and control. Programming exercise on simple if statement. 19. Programming exercise on editing C program 13.while statement. 27. 10. Exercise on. Programming exercise on one-dimensional arrays. 25. Programming exercise on executing C program 12. Use of design packages (appropriate design packages may be selected depending upon theavailability) on Estimating and Costing. Analysis of rates and other areas. 17. Report generation 4. Programming exercise on formatting output using scan. Programming exercise on do. Use of and electrical engineering related CAI packages 8. 14. Programming exercise on writing a character. else statement. Use of spread sheets/matlab/mathematics/Eureka (or any other package) for engineering computers. 15.dimensional arrays. Programming exercise on defining variables and assigning values to variables. Programming in dbase 5. 6. Exercise on control – on/off switch. 20. Creating database 2.BIEEL-015: LAB VIII C ‘PROGRAMMING LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS:1.28.Internet use/application – Typical application on Electrical Engineering . Querying the database 3. Programming exercise on for statement 26. Programming exercise on arithmetic expressions and their evaluation. 7. 22. Programming exercise o two. 9. 18. Programming exercise on arithmetic and relational operators. 23. Programming exercise on IF. Programming exercise on go to statement 24. Programming exercise on reading a character. 11. Exercise on data acquisition. 16.
V. power factor and energy associated with these circuitsconcept of complex power – phasor diagram. Voltage and current division. Maximum power transfer theorem. Recommended books 1. impedance triangle and power triangle associated with these circuits. reactive power. Various network reduction techniques.Roy Choudhary 5. Universities Press 3. Thevenin‘s theorem. Network Analysis & Synthesis. Nodal analysis. Source transformation techniques. half-power frequencies and bandwidth of resonant circuits. Duality and dual networks. Bhadra. Engineering Circuit Analysis. apparent power (volt-ampere).4 External:70+Internal:30 Students are required to score 35% marks individually in both external and internal and 40% marks in total. Various network theorems to find out circuit response. Dhanpat Rai & Co Lectures Tutorials Practical Credits Marks 3 1 -. Networks & Systems A Chakrabarti & S. Mann: Introduction A. Types of networks and various terminologies. Unit 2 All above concepts for steady state and transient responses. Norton‘s theorem. Star. Networks & Systems. R.responance in series and parallel circuits. Analysis of series and parallel circuits.V-semester BIEE-033: ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT THEORY Unit 1 Basic circuit concepts. D.Q factor. Concept of phasor and complex Impedance/ Admittance – Analysis of simple series and parallel circuits – active power. Branch current analysis and Maxwell‘s loop analysis.C.Delta transformations. . Krichoff‘s laws. Types of sources.Jalagaonkar2. Tata McGraw.Hill 4.Circuit Theory. Superposition therorem.
sub-circuits and position of different accessories. Use of wiregauge and tables. Tata McGraw Hill.phase. exhaust fans. casing-casing and conduit wiring. Tendersits constituents. preparing estimates including cost as per schedule rate pattern and actual market rate (single storey and multi-storey buildings) UNIT 4 Industrial installations. New DelhiLectures Tutorials Practical Credits Marks 3 1 -. market survey. ELCB etc. standard practice as per IS and IE rules. preparation of materials lists. electrical point method and fixed percentage method. contingency. profit. price list. wiring accessories and use of protective devices i. sizing of diagram. Selection of wires and cables.04 KV pole mounted substation up to 200 KVA rating. Planning of circuits. Types of wiring. preparation of materials schedule costing. tender document net price list. payment of bills. proforma for making estimates. air conditioners. Purpose of estimating and costing. enquiries. planning. orders for supply. purchase system. selection and design of wiring schemes for particular situation (domestic and Industrial). earthing etc. relevant IE rules and IS standard practices. Electrical forms: different types of fans and their sizes.BIEE-036: ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION & SYSTEMS UNIT I Introduction. overhead charges. Electrical Estimating and Costing by JB Gupta. electrical layout. 3-phase motor load and the light load (3-phase supply system) Service line connection estimate for domestic and Industrial loads (over-head and underground connections) from pole to energy meter.finalization specimen tender. Estimating and Costing by SK Bhattacharya. RECOMMENDED BOOKS 1. labour charges.. substation schemes and components. starters. comparative statements. UNIT 5 Transmission and distribution lines (overhead and underground) planning and designing of lines with different fixtures. comparison of different wiring. UNIT 2 Accessories. electrical circuit diagram. designing and estimation of installation for single phase motors of different ratings.e. New Delhi2. based on unit cost calculationsSubstation: Types of substations. estimate of 11/. determination of size and number of fans for a given situation.4 . batten. Electrical. Satan Prakashan. UNIT 3 Estimating and Costing: Domestic installation. estimating and costing exercise on workshop with singe.
Mechanical features of line: Importance of sag. Effect of increase of voltage om (a) weight of copper (b) efficiency of line and (c) line drop. calculation of sag at level supports. practical working voltage for generation transmission and distribution 2. Indian electricity rules pertaining to clearance 5. description of system to block diagram. Simple problems on AC distributor fed at once end. Transportation and stringing of lines. simple problems. Layout of transmission system. Types of tariffs problems 2. significance and methods of earthing . inductance and capacitance in a. maximum demand and two part tariffs 3. effects of wind and ice. laying of cables. both ends and determination of size of conductor 2. UNIT 3 .c. Common type of faults in lines (i.BIEE-034: ELECTRICAL POWER TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION UNIT I . Block rate. Earthing Purpose. physical concept of corona. Simple UNIT 7 . HVDC transmission lines: Salient features. Effects of corona and remedial measures. Causes and disadvantages of power factor 3. simple problems on efficiency and regulation of short lines. UNIT 2 . Various Types of Tariffs 1. Methods of improvement using static and synchronous condensers and simple problem UNIT 6 . grid sub-station 220/132KV. indoor and pole mounted substations UNIT 4 Faults 1. three phases). Distribution System 1. Transmission System 1. comparison of overhead and underground distribution systems 3. Concept of power factor 2. advantages. Power Factor 1.e. earth wire and their accessories. conductors. (c) hvac and hvdc transmission system 3. Comparison between: (a) three phase and single phase system (b) Overhead and underground transmission system. Location and testing of faults in underground lines 3. Construction of LT and HT underground power cables. Selection of insulators. Estimation of LT and HT overhead distribution lines. Brief idea of substation. 6. Insulation resistance of cables. Lay out of HT and LT distribution system: Constructional feature of distribution line and their erection. distributor and service mains. Sub Stations 1. different methods. Types of insulators. Maintenance schedule of lines UNIT 5 . flat rate. overhead and underground) 2. transmission line (single phase. Electrical features of line: Concept of resistance. concept of string insulators and voltage distribution are the string. outdoor power substations. LT feeder. Economics of power factor improvement. 4. ground return. Constructional features of transmission lines: Types of support.
concept. practical example. Analysis of second order control system for unit step input. Linear time varying and time in varying systems – definition. advantages and classification of robotics. comparison ofstepper motor with DC servo motor. significance. Need of them. Analysis of first order control system for unit step input. Control actions of electronic controllers with circuits & equations (with op amp) UNIT V Servo Systems: Servo system –definition. Control actions: discontinuous & continuous modes.definition. and corresponding Laplace representation. concept. frequency response specifications UNIT IV Control actions & process controllers: Process control system – block diagram . Open loop & closed loop systems – definition.step. Control system – definition and practical example. Transfer function – definition. Role of controllers in process industry. Application. UNIT III Stability & frequency response analysis: S-plane – Introduction. time domain and frequency domain analysis. Root locations in S-plane for stable and unstable systems Routh‘s stability criterion-different cases & conditions (statement method). Gopal ‗Digital Control System‘ Tata McGraw-Hill . critically stable & conditionally stable system. practical example. block diagram. ramp. stability . 0.definition. elements.characteristic. Stepper motor. derivation of transfer function for close loop control system. End effectors. UNIT II Dynamic Analysis of a system: Dynamic analysis of measurement systems . Standard test inputs . PD. composite controllers.definition & practical example.need. problems. Reference Books: 1.stable. parabolic & impulse. problems ( Time response analysis ) Introduction. AC servo motor-difference from a normal 2 phase induction motor. problems on time response specifications. Functional diagram of robotics. definition & effect of damping. comparison between armature controlled and field controlled DC servo motors(no TF). reduction rules. concept and principle Servo components: Potentiometer as errordetector. steady state error. developing differential equations of R-C and R-L-C electric circuits. Order of a system – definition. DOF.variable reluctance type. and Comparison. characteristic of AC Servo meter (no TF) UNIT VI Robotics: Robotics. Block diagram representation of a system. proportional controllers (offset. Rotary encoder. practical examples. 1. time response specifications (no derivations) . M. Time domain analysis – Transient and steady state response. relative stability. Synchro as error detector. advantages & disadvantages of frequency response analysis. 2 order system standard equation. concept of time constant. schematic diagram . unstable. AC & DC servo systems. PI. DC servo motor. block diagram. concept of sequencing & modulating controllers. on off controllers: neutral zone. difference from a normal DC motor.comparison. proportional band) integral & derivative controllers.BIEE-035: Control System UNIT I Overview of Control system: System. PID controllers. Laplace transform – Significance in control system. Poles & zeros – definition.
RLC series circuits to find circuit parameters. 9. Study of various vector triangles. Verification and demonstration of Norton‘s theorem 6. Study and application of different types AC bridges 10.BIEEL-016: LAB IX: ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT THEORY LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS:1. RL series circuit. 8. RC series circuit. Introduction to various types of circuit elements to be used in laboratory experiments 2. Verification and demonstration of Thevenin‘s theorem 4. Study of various vector triangles 7. Study of maximum power transfer theorem and if possible demo of the same . Verification and demonstration of Superposition theorem 5. verification and demonstration of Kirchoff‘s law 3.
Potentiometer 3. Step response of R-L-C second order circuit 7. Characteristics of potentiometer as error detector 4. DC position control system 2. Design a temperature based control system for controlling the room temperature. PI controller 4. PID. Characteristics of synchro as error detector 5. Design the control system for the vehicular speed control. Synchro Lecture Tutorial Practical External:30+Internal:70 Students are required to score 35% marks individually in both external and internal and 40% marks in total . 2. AC position control system 3. Temperature controller with PI controller 9. DC & AC position control system 2. Temperature controller with on-off controller 8. Temperature controller with PID controller Design Problems: 1. Step response of first order R-C circuit 6. List of Equipments: 1. Tempreture Controller 5.BIEEL-017: Lab – X (Control System) List of Practical: 1.
Need and justification of work. Prepare presentation based on above and present it as Project Seminar –I Prepare presentation based on total work and present it as Project Seminar –II Credit Guidelines There will be 8 credits assigned to the project work.Project work must be done in consultation with the industries and industrial needs. References Finalize the report. Scope of future work. Literature survey 3.V Semester. Finalize the scope and nature of work. Students are expected to visit any industry of their liking for selection of industrial projects/problems. Experimental work/ testing/design/ fabrication. Oral/ Practical Examination In this. students are expected to prepare for external oral examination. Results 6. Discussion 7.BIEEP-001 : PROJECT WORK IN SEMESTER V & VI In project work group of maximum five students will work in a team for a common defined objective. same external examiner will assess group of students for project in two semesters. Once the final draft and scope of project is defined they can work on project with that industry. The evaluation of the Project is to be carried out of 200 marks only in sixth semester and no evaluation will be carried out in fifth semester .VI Visit to industry/ study of a specific problem. It is expected that students should complete following work as follows Semester. 9. The final draft and scope of project will be decided by students in consultation with the internal and external (industry expert) guide. Submit the synopsis. Train themselves (if necessary) Prepare a rough report containing following 1. Students will be assessed by the external examiner which is either appointed by university or by industrial expert (may be called from industry having work experience in the field in which project is completed). This will ensure involvement of examiner and proper evaluation of project work. Finalize the report. Conclusions 8. Student will complete project work in two phases (two semesters) and they will prepare presentation of project work carried out in these semesters and present it as Project Seminar –I and II in respective semesters. They will prepare document defining the problem clearly. As far as possible. Define a problem. Introduction 2. 5.Prepare a rough report containing following 4. They will train themselves to solve above defined problem if necessary.
Concepts of. load factor. SO2.S.L. CO2 Coal Analysis – moisture. Control: Boiler Control – Steam pressure control. NO2. paramagnetic.Theraja Lectures Tutorials Practical Credits Marks . and three part tariffs. CO.S. Deshpande 3) Power system and Protection – S L Uppal.semester . UNIT 2 Electricity Tariff.Incremental fuel cost. UNIT 3 Economics of Power Generation. Spinning reserve. 4) Electrical Technology vol I – B. Pool tariff of transmission companies.six th . combustion control. Rao 2) Switchgear and Protection – M. Hydro and Nuclear – Types of Consumers in a distribution systemDomestic. supervisory control and monitoring system. Upper and lower frequency limits. and Industrial etc. Feed water control Data logger and computer control.V. carbon. power factor. Availability tariff of generation companies. two part. Optimal hydro – thermal scheduling. flat rate. UNIT 4 Economics Dispatch: Computation of transmission loss. Subsidization and cross subsidization. UNIT 5 Analytical: Gas Analysis – Oxygen – Zirconium sensor. Unit commitment. demand factor. ash.BIEE-037: POWER PLANT ECONOMICS AND CONTROL UNIT I Cost of power Generation. diversity factor. Commercial. RECOMMENDED BOOKS 1) Power system and Protection . Furnace Draft control.Thermal. Steam temperature control. Active and reactive power optimization.Block rate.
Services. Hand Book on energy efficient motors. Lectures Tutorials Practical Credits 3 1 -.C. UNIT 3 Energy Management: Principles of Multi objective Energy Management with emphasis on conservation. Kushare. 4. 3.B (SEA) ON 16. Energy crisis a socio-economical aspect RECOMMENDED BOOKS 1.Factory.1998 5.THM Publication 2. Energy Analysis and Thermodynamics energy costs of Fuel. Auditing Procedures. Dr. UNIT 2 Energy Analysis of ‗Real‘ Industrial systems.E.S. Design of Energy Management Programme. Food.Electrical Energy Utilization and conservation. S.09.Rao. Materials. Energy production systems case studies. Social and Economic cost benefit aspects. B.4 External:70+Internal:30 Marks . College of Engineering. Transportation system. pollution and evaluation of alternative Energy Resources.Tripathy.P. UNIT 4 Conservation: Measurement for Energy Conservation. Goods.Sukhtme-Solar energy.E.BIEE-038: ENERGY AUDIT UNIT 1 Introduction. Methods of Energy Analysis. International Cooper proposition council. Preceding of the Seminar on ― Energy Audit & Demand Side Management‖ held at Govt.Energy Technology – Khanna Pub. Pune-5 organized by M.S. S.
Gupta . sources of error and application of these instruments UNIT 3 Wattmeter (Dynamometer Type) 1.deflecting. controlling and damping torques UNIT 2 Ammeters and Voltmeters (Moving Coil and Moving Iron Type) 1. Electrical & Electronics Measurement--Golding 6. Multimeter. Instrument Transformers. Two wattmeter method and simple problems Recommended Books 1. Applications of CRO 2. Digital multi-meter and applications.BIEE-039: ELECTRICAL MEASIREMENTS & INSTRUMENTS UNIT 1 Introduction To Electrical Measuring Instruments 1. integrating and recording instrument 4.K. Mani.K. UNIT 6 Lectures Tutorials Practical Credits Marks 31–4 External:70+Internal:30 Students are required to score 35% marks individually in both external and internal and 40% marks in total. Concept of measuring and instruments 2. UNIT 5 Electronic Instruments 1. tong tester( Clamp-on meter) 2. Types of electrical measuring instruments – indicating. Electrical quantities and instruments for their measurements 3. Merits and demerits.Sawhney 2. working and applications of analog multimeter 3.P. Industrial Instrumentation and Control—S. Constructional details of i) CT ii) PT and their ratio. Cathode Ray Oscilloscope: Block diagram. Errors and compensation 3. Earth tester. working principle. Concept of ammeters and voltmeters and difference between them 2. Construction working principle and application of Megger. Simple problems 4. merits and demerits of single-phase and three-phase energy meter 2.Singh 5. Three wattmeter method 2. Process Control Instrumentation Technology—Johnson 4. Construction and working principles of moving coil and moving iron instruments 3.Power Measurements In 3-phase Circuits 1. Instrumentation Devices & Systems— Rangan. working of CRO and its various controls. Construction. Construction and working principle of maximum demand indicators UNIT 4 Miscellaneous Measuring Instruments 1. Electrical & Electronics Measurement – A. Construction. Working principle of synchroscope and phase sequence indicator. Essentials of indicating instruments.G. Electrical measurement and measuring Instrumentation. Frequency meter (dynamometer type) single phase power factor meter (Electrodynamometer type). Sharma 3.
Single Phase half controlled Bridge rectifier Half controlled bridge rectifier with Resistive load Half controlled bridge rectifier with R L load (No mathematical derivations) Lectures Tutorials Practical External:70+Internal:30 Students are required to score 35% marks individually in both external and internal and 40% marks in total . Triac. PUT. Effect of free wheeling diode. Synchronised UJT triggering. Inverting mode. UNIT III Turn ON and Turn OFF methods of Thyristor: Introduction to Turn ON and Turn OFF methods of Thyristor. Bridge configurations (B 2 connection) Fully controlled bridge circuit with inductive load (R L load) Rectifying mode.Reference Books: 1. Rai ―Industrial and Power Electronics‖ Umesh Publications . Rashid ―Power Electronics Circuits Devices and Applications‖ P HI 3. Resistance Capacitance firing circuit. LASCR. Harish C. Resistance firing circuit. Construction. Symbol. SUS. C. RL load. F. UNIT IV Polyphase Rectifiers: Need and Use of Polyphase Rectifiers. The two transistor analogy of SCR. SBS. Diac.V characteristics of power transistors. IGBT. GTO.BIELE-005: Industrial Electronics UNIT I Power electronics: Introduction to power electronics. thermal triggering of Thyristor. Effect of free wheeling diode. UNIT II Thyristor family devices: Brief introduction to Thyristor family devices: TRIAC.D. Muhammad H. PUT. working and static V/I characteristics of UJT. SCR triggering using UJT. Gate trigger circuits – General block diagram of a thyristor gate trigger circuit. Gate triggering. dv/dt triggering. I. SCR. Circuit diagram and waveforms of Three phase half wave Delta – Wye rectifier Six phase star half wave rectifier Three phase Delta – Wye Bridge Rectifier UNIT V Phase controlled Rectifiers: Circuit diagram and waveforms of: Single phase half wave controlled rectifier (one – quadrant) with R. G K Mithal. M D Singh K B Khan ―Power Electronics‖ Tata McGraw-Hill 2. Resistor Capacitor full wave trigger circuit. E. Turn on methods – Forward Voltage triggering. Thyristor Turn OFF methods – Class A. GTO. B. SCS. PUT. SOA: Safe operating Area. Power transistor: Structure of vertical powertransistor. S N Biswas ―Industrial Electronics‖ Dhanpat Rai and Sons 5. second breakdown. MOS controlled thyristors. RL load. Dr Manisha Gupta ―Industrial and Power Electronics‖ Khanna Publishers 4. Single phase full wave controlled rectifier (two – quadrant converters) Midpoint converters (M 2 connection) R.
UNIT 3 Electric drives and control . 'Electrical Power'.L. S.Individual drive . inductance and Arc Furnaces -Construction and fields of application. UNIT 4 Traction system – tractive effort calculations .starting characteristics .Rao – electrical installation and systems 4) M P Vader – electrical installation and systems Lectures Tutorials Practical Credits 3 1 -. domestic refrigerator and wiring system.Design of lighting schemes .Running characteristics.factory lighting – flood lighting -electric lamps.4 External:70+Internal:30 Students are required to score 35% marks Marks ..recent trend in electric traction. RECOMMENDED BOOKS 1) Uppal.Resistance. UNIT 5 Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning-Various types of air conditioning system. Khanna publishers 2) Utilization of Electrical Energy – H Pratab 3) S.electric braking .Group drive .selection of motors . UNIT 2 Electric Heating-Electric furnaces and welding .BIEEE-005: UTILIZATION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING UNIT 1 Illumination -lighting calculations .
6 sigma. Forms of ownerships – Partnership. Reference Books: 1. preparation of Profit & Loss Account. Decision Making UNIT III Organizational Management: What is organization – Definition and steps in organization. Global purchasing. Global outsourcing. 5 ‘S‘.4 External:70+Internal:30 Students are required to score 35% marks individually in both external and internal and 40% marks in total.Safety Management – Causes of Accidents. Agro etc service sector – Introduction & Characteristics Globalization . various Definitions. Balance sheet etc. UNIT VI Lectures Tutorials Practical Credits Marks 3 1 -.W.P. Safety Procedures .Strength & weaknesses.Objectives & Functions Capital Generation & Management – Types of capitals. SAP/ERP UNIT VII Project Management: Project Management . Span of Control Forms of Organization.Division of work base Centralized / Decentralized .Departmentation .Materials Management: Inventory Management – Meaning & Objectives ABC Analysis Purchase Procedure. Functions of Management: Planning . Engineering. Govt.Introduction & Meaning Project Planning & Control – CPM/PERT Techniques Concept of Break Even Analysis Productivity – Meaning. Andrew R. Means & Measures of increasing productivity. P.BIMEE-030: Industrial Organization and Management UNIT I Overview Of Business: Types of Business. Proprietorship. Concept of Quality Circle.Authority of Responsibility base. Co-operative society .S. Organizing. UNIT IV Human Resource Management: Personnel Management – What is Personnel Management and Functions of Personnel Management. VAT Sales tax. Saksena ―Business Administration & Management‖ Sahitya Bhavan Agra 3. McGill ―The process of Management‖ PHI . skill enhancement. Sources of finance Budgets and accounts – Types of Budgets & accounts. Introduction to Industrial ActsFactory act. Organization Structure . Dispute act. Coordinating . Joint stock. Industrial sectors – Textile.H. Newman. UNIT V Financial Management: Financial Management. Administration and Management. concept of ManagementLevels of Management. Principles of Management. ESI. Sector etc. UNIT II Management Process: What is Management? Evolution .Purchase types . Personnel – Training & Development Types of training – Induction. workman compensation.Kirby Warren. Workers & Supervisors training programs Motivation. Kaizen (waste control).O. Line – staff etc.C.. Economic Order Quantity: Models & Analytical Treatment Modern Techniques of Material Management – JIT. Taxes & Tax Registration – Introduction and types of Taxes – Excise Service Tax. Directing . Income Tax.R. I. controlling Motivating. Staffing – Planning & Recruitment procedure. E.Line. searching & Selection of sources. Khanna ―Industrial Engg & Management‖ Dhanpal Rai & sons New Delhi 2.
differential protection.S.V.T. Deshpande 7) Switchgear and Protection – S L Uppal. carrier assisted distance protection. Pick up and reset values. UNIT 6 Bus bar protection: Frame leakage and circulating current protection. rate of rise of restricting voltage. Differential protection of 3-phase transformers. UNIT 4 Carrier current protection of transmission lines: Basic apparatus used for power line carrier system.S. energy balance and recovery rate theory. current chopping. Practical systems of arc quenching in air and oil. RECOMMENDED BOOKS5) Switchgear and Protection . testing of circuit breakers. connection for performance. Reactance and mho relay characteristics. UNIT 5 Protection of synchronous generators and transformers: Faults in stator winding of alternators. Fastness of operation. Basic idea of an over current relay as a level detector. Directional Relay Connections 30 Deg. principle of DC circuit breaking. theories of current interruption. Rao 6) Switchgear and Protection – M. Single and multiple ground faults on the rotor. Protection against excitation failure and prime mover failure. Connection of Lectures Tutorials Practical Credits Marks 31–4 External:70+Internal:30 Students are required to score 35% marks individually in both external and internal and 40% marks in total. and 90 Deg. sensitivity. Negative sequence protection.BIEEE-006: SWITCHGEAR AND PROTECTION UNIT 1 Introduction: Causes and consequences of dangerous currents. Directional element to be realized from rectifier bridge circuits. CT connections.T. Primary and backup protection. Directional relay connections 30 Deg. 60 Deg. Transmission line protection.. effect of magnetizing inrush currents. arc characteristics. Construction and operation of bulk oil. Principle of operation of directional comparison and phase comparison carrier protection. and P. Time grading and inverse time operation. sulpher hexa fluoride. Differential protection of generator transformer unit.. fault. vacuum circuit breakers. connections. reliability of relay.directional element and their operating characteristics.. connections. Current grading. overloads and switching over currents. interruption of capacitive currents. minimum oil and air blast circuit breakers. Effect of resistance in the star point earthling. transient recovery voltage in simple three phase circuits. Circuit breaker ratings. 60 Deg. Directional Earth fault relay. . C. Recent trends in HV circuit breakers. resistance switching. Selectively discrimination. UNIT 2 Construction and operation of relay: Construction and operation of electromagnetic over current and directional relays. Upper and lower limits for the time of relay operation. Directional Earth fault relay. Time grading. methods for minimizing the effects. Buchholtz protection. UNIT 7 Circuit breakers: Electric arc. UNIT 3 Distance protection of transmission lines: Construction and characteristics of impedance relay. and 90 Deg.
Diac. SOA: Safe operating Area. M D Singh K B Khan ―Power Electronics‖ Tata McGraw-Hill 2. PUT. SBS. MOS controlled thyristors.F. Effect of free wheeling diode. RL load. SCR. LASCR. thermal triggering of Thyristor. PUT. SCS. Inverting mode. SCR triggering using UJT. second breakdown. Resistance firing circuit. Single phase full wave controlled rectifier (two – quadrant converters) Midpoint converters (M 2 connection) R. Rashid ―Power Electronics Circuits Devices and Applications‖ P HI 3.V characteristics of power transistors. Gate triggering. B. Thyristor Turn OFF methods – Class A. Synchronised UJT triggering. Rai ―Industrial and Power Electronics‖ Umesh Publications . IGBT. UNIT III Turn ON and Turn OFF methods of Thyristor: Introduction to Turn ON and Turn OFF methods of Thyristor. E.4 External:70+Internal:30 Students are required to score 35% marks individually in both external and internal and 40% marks in total . Bridge configurations (B 2 connection) Fully controlled bridge circuit with inductive load (R L load) Rectifying mode. Turn on methods –Forward Voltage triggering. working and static V/I characteristics of UJT. Single Phase half controlled Bridge rectifier Half controlled bridge rectifier with Resistive load Half controlled bridge rectifier with R L load (No mathematical derivations) Reference Books: 1. UNIT IV Polyphase Rectifiers: Need and Use of Polyphase Rectifiers. Muhammad H. Dr Manisha Gupta ―Industrial and Power Electronics‖ Khanna Publishers 4. Gate trigger circuits – General block diagram of a thyristor gate trigger circuit. Triac. RL load. The two transistor analogy of SCR. GTO. G K Mithal. Circuit diagram and waveforms of Three phase half wave Delta – Wye rectifier Six phase star half wave rectifier Three phase Delta – Wye Bridge Rectifier Lectures Tutorials Practical Credits Marks 3 1 -. dv/dt triggering. Power transistor: Structure of vertical power transistor. Harish C.UNIT V Phase controlled Rectifiers: Circuit diagram and waveforms of: Single phase half wave controlled rectifier (one – quadrant) with R. SUS. Effect of free wheeling diode. C. Symbol. Construction. UNIT II Thyristor family devices: Brief introduction to Thyristor family devices: TRIAC. D. S N Biswas ―Industrial Electronics‖ Dhanpat Rai and Sons 5. GTO.BIELE-005: Industrial Electronics UNIT I Power electronics: Introduction to power electronics. Resistance Capacitance firing circuit. I. PUT. Resistor Capacitor full wave trigger circuit.
Study the connection diagrams for different methods of power measurements using one. Study of TRI vector meter 15. KVA. Study of measuring instruments (M.. Demo of synchroscope. Study of different types of induction type energy meters. Measurement of power by ammeter and voltmeter.T. Measurement of capacitance by using bridges 8. Study of C. Measurement of high resistance by loss of charge method. Explanation of three lamp method for parallel operation of Alternators . LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS:1. PMMC) 9. Measurement of and testing of various gadgets with the megger 17.I. Measurement of inductance by using bridges 7. KW by using Trivector meter 11. Study of use of CRO for various applications. Study and use of megger.ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS & INSTRUMENTS Lecture Tutorial Practical Credit Marks 21 External:30+Internal:70 Students are required to score 35% marks individually in both external and internal and 40% marks in total. 12.T 14. three wattmeters. 16. 4. Calibration of single phase and three phase Energy meter. 6. 5. Measurement of KVAR. and P. 10.BIEEL-018: LAB XI. Study of digital meter 13. Measurement of reactive power by one wattmeter method. Measurement of power by two wattmeter method 3. two. 2.
VI Visit to industry/ study of a specific problem. They will train themselves to solve above defined problem if necessary. As far as possible. .. Literature survey 12.Finalize the report. References Finalize the report. same external examiner will assess group of students for project in two semesters.Student will complete project work in two phases (two semesters) and they will prepare presentation of project work carried out in these semesters and present it as Project Seminar –I and II in respective semesters. Conclusions 17. It is expected that students should complete following work as follows Semester. Scope of future work.BIEEP-001: PROJECT WORK IN SEMESTER V & VI In project work group of maximum five students will work in a team for a common defined objective. Introduction 11. Results 15. Finalize the scope and nature of work. Discussion 16. This will ensure involvement of examiner and proper evaluation of project work. The evaluation of the Project is to be carried out of 200 marks only in sixth semester and no evaluation will be carried out in fifth semester. Define a problem.V Semester. students are expected to prepare for external oral examination. Oral/ Practical Examination In this. Students will be assessed by the external examiner which is either appointed by university or by industrial expert (may be called from industry having work experience in the field in which project is completed). Train themselves (if necessary) Prepare a rough report containing following 10. Prepare presentation based on above and present it as Project Seminar –I Prepare presentation based on total work and present it as Project Seminar – IICredit Guidelines There will be 8 credits assigned to the project work. Experimental work/ testing/design/ fabrication. The final draft and scope of project will be decided by students in consultation with the internal and external (industry expert) guide.Prepare a rough report containing following 13. They will prepare document defining the problem clearly. Need and justification of work. 18.Project work must be done in consultation with the industries and industrial needs. Once the final draft and scope of project is defined they can work on project with that industry. Students are expected to visit any industry of their liking for selection of industrial projects/problems. 14. Submit the synopsis.
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