The objective of the Electrical machines lab is to expose the student to the operation and performance of DC generators ,DC Motors , Alternators , Synchronous motors, Induction Motors , Special Motors ,Transformers and give them experimental skill.
Electrical Machine laboratory is conducted for the undergraduate students in their second year onwards. The course covers practical experiment on transformers: open circuit, short circuit, and load test; unbalanced loading and parallel operation of transformers; speed control and load characteristics of shunt, series and compound DC machines; induction machines: blocked rotor, no-load, and loading tests; operation of single-phase induction motors; operation of a synchronous machine connected to a large external source.
By performing experiments on these electrical machines , the practical knowledge of the students gets enlarged and that will very helpful in their industrial career
The significance of the electrical measurements lab is to renew the various fields of engineering applications for an electrical engineer, it is obligatory to have the practical ideas about the electrical measurements.
Experiments with fundamental electric circuits illustrating the principles & limitations of basic electrical & electronic instruments in typical measurements applications & introduction to error analysis and applications to laboratory measurements.
At the end of the laboratory students come out with an idea on different measuring instruments like energy meter, power factor meter, wattmeter which we generally use in our daily life and they can well judge about the every taken place devising measurements of electrical parameters. Different industries which works on manufacturing & testing of different power system components like transformers, rotating machines, (motors & alternators)comes across different test's before delivering to customers.
To introduce the students to the basic electrical equipments in the lab. Ohm's law, Kirchoff's laws & its applications are investigated in these experiments. The methods nodal voltage and mesh currents methods for solving circuits. Experimental verification conducted on the network theorems and Experimental demonstration on the response of the 1st order RL & RC, Response of a series & parallel RLC circuits.
This lab introduces the basic concepts of circuit analysis which is the foundation for all subjects of the Electrical Engineering discipline. The emphasis of these experiments is laid on the basic analysis of circuits which includes single phase circuits, magnetic circuits, network theorems, transient analysis and network topology, study of three phase systems, transient analysis, network synthesis.
The Students will be able to explain basic circuit concepts and responses, linear modeling of passive elements and sources, to use analytical techniques in the resistive circuits energized by direct current ,voltage & current sources, to Evaluate lecture material with circuit simulation software and laboratory bench experiments , to explain the concepts of capacitance & Inductance about the concept of two terminal linear devices , to evaluate of RLC DC circuits, to explain the complete response of RL& RC transient circuits..
The laboratory may well be the most important part of student education as an engineer. It is there, that he/she will learn the power and the limitations of the theories and performance of the electrical machines that he/she studied in class. It is also here that he/she will test his/her ability to translate theory into practice. He/she will first build physical models of the circuits and networks by comparing your experimental results with the results predicted by the theories he/she studied.
The topics range from basic laboratory procedure and resistor identification through series-parallel circuits, mesh and nodal analysis, superposition, Thevenin’s Theorem, Norton’s theorem, Maximum Power Transfer Theorem, and concludes with an introduction to capacitors and inductors.
By performing experiments on various electrical circuits and different electrical machines is the practical knowledge of the students gets enlarged and that will very helpful in their industrial career.
Control Engineering is of significant interest in most areas of industry. Control system applications are assuming an increasing important role in the developing world making it crucial for the students to be exposed to contemporary equipment in realistic manner in order to connect the theoretical material taught in lecture courses with the realities of physical hard ware & simulation through higher technical computing language.
Control system laboratory presents facilities & computing & simulation through MATLAB and demonstration on feedback, designed equipment with PCI cards creating an impressive digital control system development.
Able to analyze the performance and working of magnetic amplifier , servo motors, temperature controller and lead lag compensators.
The electrical simulation lab is a unique opportunity for electrical engineers to design & build power systems & power electronic circuits, which are the back bones of almost every modern convenience.
The creation of the successful electrical systems always require more than the applications of a set of analytical techniques, which can be done by simulating different parts of the system of different normal & abnormal conditions.
The main tools we employ for simulating the different parts of the system are MATLAB & PSPICE software , which had their unique features in simulating different parts of electrical system in solving existing systems and creating new ideas.
The usage of power electronics in day to day life has increased in recent years. It is important for student to understand the fundamental principles behind all these power electronics converters. This course covers characteristics of semi conductor devices, ac/dc, dc/dc, ac/ac and dc/ac converters. The importance of using pulse width modulated techniques to obtain high quality power supply (dc/ac converter) is also discussed in detail in this course.p>
This lab introduces the basic concepts of various powerelectronic devices, converters, voltage controller and cycloconverter
1. An ability to understand basic operation of various power semiconductor devices and passive components.
2. An ability to understand the basic principle of switching circuits.
3. An ability to analyze and design an AC/DC rectifier circuit.
4. An ability to analyze and design DC/DC converter circuits.
5. An ability to analyze DC/AC inverter circuit.
6. An ability to understand the role power electronics play in the improvement of energy usage efficiency and the development of renewable energy technologies.
To impart the practical knowledge of functioning of various power system Components and determination of various parameters and simulation of load flows , transient stability , LFC and Economic dispatch .
In Power Systems Laboratory , students can get concrete ideas about the different system operations and phenomena with application of advanced tools. In this Laboratory students can analyze and design electric and integrated energy systems including their planning , design , control and operation .
The student is able to determine the parameters of various power system components which are frequently occur in power system studies and he can execute energy management systems functions at load dispatch center.