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M.Tech.: Power Systems (2016-18) Curriculum Structure & Syllabus Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering The National Institute of Engineering Mysuru-570 008

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  • M.Tech.: Power Systems (2016-18)

    Curriculum Structure &

    Syllabus Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

    The National Institute of Engineering

    Mysuru-570 008

  • PREFACE

    Dear Students, Since it started in the year 1946, NIE is promoting excellence in education through highly qualified faculty members and modern infrastructure. The Board of Directors believes in continuous improvement in delivery of technical education. Thanks to Karnataka government that designed and developed a seamless admission process through CET and PGCET, many highly meritorious students are joining NIE, which has become a brand name among hundreds of colleges in the country. Infact, NIE is one of the top ten preferred colleges where all the seats got filled-up in the first round of 2016 BE admissions.

    NIE has been granted permanent affiliation by VTU to all its courses. The concerted efforts of stake holders at NIE have made it get autonomous status, prestigious TEQIP -I & II. We are in the process of getting renewal of accreditation from National Board of Accreditation, New Delhi.

    Today NIE has of 7 UG, 13 PG and 5 Post-graduate Diploma programmes and 13 Centres of Excellence with overall student strength of over 3500. NIE's journey to excellence, with the main objective of continuous improvements of administrative and academic competence, is envisioned through three major pillars: intellectual infrastructure, Programmes/services offerings and institution building.

    Our curriculum is designed to develop problem-solving skill in students and build good academic knowledge. I am sure students who have joined NIE are poised for a better technical education and experience.

    Dr. G.L. Shekar Sept 2016 Principal

  • Dear Students, It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to The National Institute of Engineering (NIE) where academics and activities never cease as students are groomed in the fields of engineering and technology. Our dedicated team of highly talented Faculty are always trying to strive for academic excellence and overall personality development. The major emphasis of imparting training at NIE is to encourage enquiry and innovation among our students and lay the strong foundation for a future where they are able to face global challenges in a rapidly-changing scenario. Here at NIE, we try to mould our students with strength of character, self-confidence, technical competence & leadership in management so as to transform them into insightful and honourable citizens of this great country.

    NIE is making sincere efforts in meeting the global standards through new formats of National Board of Accreditation, New Delhi and timely World Bank-MHRD initiative TEQIP (Technical Education Quality Improvement Program). Efforts are being made to design the curriculum based on Blooms Taxonomy framework, to meet the challenges of the current technical education.

    In case of any need, you are also welcome to seek the help of the Student Welfare Officer or me. I sincerely hope that your academic pursuit in NIE will be fruitful and enjoyable in every aspect and the experiences you gain here and the moments you spend here will be cherished by you. Wishing you the very best.

    Dr.G.S.Suresh Sept 2016 Dean (Academic Affair)

  • Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering

    The National Institute of Engineering

    Mysuru-570 008

    Department Vision The department will be an internationally recognized centre of

    excellence imparting quality education in electrical engineering for the benefit of academia, industry and society at large

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    Department Mission M1: Impart quality education in electrical and electronics engineering

    through theory and its applications by dedicated and competent faculty

    M2: Nurture creative thinking and competence leading to innovation and

    technological growth in the overall ambit of electrical engineering

    M3: Strengthen industry-institute interaction to inculcate best engineering practices for sustainable development of the society

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  • Program Educational Objectives

    PEO1: Graduates will be competitive and have a successful career in electric power industry and other organizations.

    PEO2: Graduates will excel as academicians and contribute to research and development.

    PEO3: Graduates will demonstrate leadership qualities with professional standards for sustainable development of society.

    Graduate Attributes

    1. Scholarship of Knowledge

    Ability to absorb in-depth knowledge and acquire skills in the area of their discipline.

    2. Critical Thinking

    Analyse complex engineering problems by applying innovative thinking for solving practical problems.

    3. Problem Solving

    Ability to Identify, formulate and Analyse real world problems.

    4. Research Skill

    Ability to apply appropriate research methodologies and use modern tools for analysis and design of systems.

    5. Usage of modern tools

    Learn and apply appropriate tools and techniques to solve complex Engineering problems.

    6. Collaborative and Multidisciplinary work

    Ability to work individually and as a team member in multidisciplinary and multi cultural environment.

  • 7. Project Management and Finance

    Ability to manage projects in multidisciplinary environment with sound knowledge of prevailing managerial and financial practices.

    8. Communication

    Ability to communicate and interact effectively with the engineering community and the society at large as an individual or as a team leader.

    9. Life-long Learning

    Ability to sustain interest in lifelong learning in a continuously changing environment.

    10. Ethical Practices and Social Responsibility

    Ability to adapt and practice ethics in engineering in a socially and technologically changing scenario.

    11. Independent and Reflective Learning

    Observe and examine critically the outcomes of ones own actions and take corrective measures to facilitate learning by introspection.

  • Program Outcomes

    Students graduating from M.Tech - Power systems of department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering shall have the ability to:

    PO1: Apply the knowledge of electrical power system engineering to solve the problems of electrical power industry in a technologically changing scenario.

    PO2: Apply critical and innovative ideas to analyze and solve complex electrical power engineering problems

    PO3: Identify, formulate and solve problems in electrical power industry with due consideration to safety and environment

    PO4: Employ research methodologies using tools and techniques to develop technological knowledge.

    PO5:Use state-of-the-art tools including Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to solve problems of electrical power industry.

    PO6: Function effectively in a multidisciplinary environment. PO7: Demonstrate managerial and financial skills. PO8: Document and communicate effectively with engineering fraternity

    and society. PO9: Engage in lifelong learning, dedicated to best engineering practices

    in a technologically changing scenario. PO10: Practice professional ethics for sustainable development of

    society. PO11: Introspect and analyze ones own actions and take corrective

    measures for self development.

  • BLUEPRINT OF SYLLABUS STRUCTURE AND

    QUESTION PAPER PATTERN

    Blue Print of Syllabus Structure

    1. Complete syllabus is prescribed in SIX units as Unit 1, Unit 2, etc. 2. In each unit there is one topic under the heading Self Learning Exercises (SLE). These

    are the topics to be learnt by the student on their own under the guidance of the course instructors. Course instructors will inform the students about the depth to which SLE components are to be studied. Thus there will be six topics in the complete syllabus which will carry questions with a weightage of 10% in SEE only. No questions will be asked on SLE components in CIE.

    Blue Print of Question Paper

    1. Question paper will have SEVEN full questions.

    One full question each of 15 marks (Question No 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6) will be set from each unit of the syllabus. Out of these six questions, two questions will have internal choice from the same unit. The unit from which choices are to be given is left to the discretion of the course instructor.

    2. Question No 7 will be set for 10 marks only on those topics prescribed as Self Learning Exercises.

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    THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING, MYSURU

    ACADEMIC REGULATIONS

    1. TITLE AND COMMENCEMENT: These Regulations shall be called The National Institute of Engineering, Mysuru, (NIE)

    Regulations under Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belagavi, Autonomous College Statutes - 2006 for Academic Autonomy 2016 for Post graduate programmes.

    This set of Regulations, on approval by the Governing Body, shall supercede all the

    corresponding earlier sets of regulations of the post graduate Degree programmes of VTU along with all the amendments thereto, and shall be binding on all students undergoing the Post Graduate Degree Programme(s) (Credit System) at NIE, Mysuru. This set of Regulations, may evolve and get refined or updated or amended or modified through appropriate approvals from the Academic Council and/or Governing Body from time to time, and shall be binding on all parties concerned, including the Students, Faculty and the Staff of Departments. The decision of the Governing Body shall be final and binding.

    The provisions contained in this set of Regulations govern the policies and procedures

    on the Registration of students, imparting instructions of course, conduct of the examination and evaluation and certification of students performance and all amendments there to leading to the award of the said Degree(s).

    The Regulations shall come into effect from the date of obtaining approval from the

    Governing Body of the College.

    ABBREVIATIONS:

    a) Academic Autonomy means freedom to the College in all aspects of conducting its academic programmes, granted by the University for promoting excellence.

    b) Autonomous College means The National Institute of Engineering, Mysuru, designated

    as an autonomous college by the University, as per the VTU Autonomous College Statute - 2006.

    c) Commission means University Grants Commission (UGC).

    d) Council means All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).

    e) Statute means VTU Autonomous College Statute - 2006.

    f) University means Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), Belagavi.

    g) Institute or College means The National Institute of Engineering, Mysuru (NIE).

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    ACADEMIC CALENDAR: The total duration of an academic programme shall be the same as that followed by the

    University. i.e., two years for M.Tech. and three years for M.C.A. The maximum period which a student can take to complete a full time academic programme shall also be similar to that prescribed by the University, viz., double the nominal duration prescribed for the programme, i.e., four years for M. Tech. and six years for M.C.A. For students being admitted to 3rd semester M.C.A degree under the lateral entry scheme, the maximum duration to complete the course shall be the same as stipulated by the University.

    Each academic year is split into two semesters. The term of the semester for teaching

    M.C.A is 16 weeks and for M.Tech. it is 18 weeks. Generally, each semester is of 20 weeks duration which will include the period for teaching, examination and announcement of results. Typically, odd semester is from August to December and even semester is from January to May. In case of requirement under special circumstances, a Makeup Term of required duration as approved by the Academic Council may be offered in between even and odd semesters. The Summer term, whenever offered, may be limited only to teach value added/add-on courses and or courses as approved by the Principal.

    In general, the academic schedule of a semester includes the following:

    Date of starting semester. Course registration period. Dates of events of Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE). Date of beginning of Semester End Examination (SEE).

    Date of announcement of results. Inter semester vacation period, if provided. Last working day of the semester

    This academic schedule, shall be prepared by the Dean (Academic Affairs) in consultation with the Principal, approved by the Academic Council (AC) and shall be announced at least one week before the beginning of the semester.

    In case of an eventuality of losing a teaching day due to unavoidable reasons, such a

    loss shall be made up by having a teaching / laboratory / tutorial session on a suitable day by adhering to the time table of the day which was lost.

    4.0. ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION:

    4.1(a). Master of Technology Programmes: Admission to First semester Master of Technology (M.Tech.) post graduate degree programme shall be open to the candidates who have passed any of the prescribed qualifying examinations of the degree courses recognized by the University for the respective M.Tech. programmes.

    In addition to the above, the programme shall be open for candidates who have passed the prescribed Qualifying Examinations as specified for the respective programmes of study with not less than 50% of the marks in aggregate of all the semesters or years of

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    the degree examination (cumulative sum of secured marks of all the semesters or years divided by the sum of the maximum marks). However, in the case of candidates belonging to SC/ST and Category-1, marks shall not be less than 45%.

    4.1(b) Master of Computer Application Programme (MCA): Admission to First Semester Master of Computer Applications (M.C.A.) is open to the candidates who have passed any of the prescribed degree courses recognized by the University.

    In addition to the above, the programme shall be open for the candidates who have passed the Bachelor degree examinations with not less than 50% of the marks in aggregate of all the years of the degree examinations. However, in the case of candidates from Karnataka belonging to SC/ST and Category-1, the aggregate percentage of marks in the qualifying examinations shall not be less than 45%. Provided that the candidate shall have passed Bachelor degree with not less than 50% of marks with Mathematics/ Statistics/ Computer Science/ Computer Programming/ Computer Applications / Business Mathematics/ Business Statistics as one of the optional or electives at degree level. Provided further that in respect of candidate who has studied and passed one of the subjects specified in the first proviso in the Pre-University Course with 50% of marks in that subject shall also be considered for admission. However, in the case of candidates belonging to SC/ ST and Category-1, 45% of marks in that subject shall be considered for admission.

    Admission to, III semester MCA for Lateral Entry Candidates, is open to the candidates

    who have passed any of the prescribed degree programme recognized by the University.

    Relevant Government/University orders issued from time to time in this regard shall

    prevail.

    5. ADMISSION and FEES: Admission shall be made in accordance with the policy guidelines issued from the

    Ministry of Higher Education, Council, Government of Karnataka and University from time to time. Seats are reserved for candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes, physically challenged candidates, children of defense personnel and other categories as per the orders issued by the Govt. of Karnataka.

    Admission for all postgraduate programmes shall be made through PGCET cell of Govt. of Karnataka or by conducting Institution level test as per the applicable Government/University notifications issued from time to time.

    A limited number of admissions are offered to candidates under Management quota, in

    accordance with the rules applicable for such admission, issued from time to time by Govt. of Karnataka/Council.

    After admission of a candidate to a programme, if it is found that he/she had in fact not fulfilled all the requirements stipulated in the offer of admission, in any form whatsoever, including possible misinformation etc., the Principal is authorized to cancel the admission of the candidate.

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    The College reserves the right to cancel the admission of any student and ask him/her to discontinue the studies at any stage of their career on the grounds of unsatisfactory academic performance or indiscipline or any misconduct.

    The decision of the Principal regarding the admissions is final and binding.

    Candidates must fulfill the medical standards required for admission.

    Every student of the College shall be associated with the Parent Department offering the

    degree programme that the student undergoes throughout his/her study period.

    The fee structure as stipulated by Govt. of Karnataka from time to time shall be applicable for all the admitted students.

    PROGRAMME STRUCTURE:

    The overall programme structure for a MCA/M.Tech Degree programme typically consist of the following components:

    a) Engineering Mathematics.

    b) Programme Core Courses.

    c) Programme Elective courses.

    An elective course can be programme elective, departmental elective, interdepartmental elective or even Institute level elective

    d) Industrial training, Internship, Seminars and Project

    The Departmental Council (DC) shall discuss and recommend the exact credits offered for the programme for the above components a to d, the semester wise distribution among them, as well as the syllabi of all postgraduate programmes offered by the department from time to time before sending the same to the Board of Studies (BOS). The BOS will consider the proposals from the department and make recommendations to the Academic Council (AC) for consideration and approval.

    The minimum Credit Requirement for the M.Tech. is 100 and for M.C.A. is 150. For

    students admitted to M.C.A under lateral entry scheme, the minimum credit requirement is 105.

    SEMINAR AND PROJECT:

    a) Project work / Dissertation of M.Tech. shall be carried out by the student individually.

    b) Project work at 6th semester MCA shall be carried out by the student individually.

    c) Project viva-voce examination shall be conducted individually.

    d) Seminar topic shall be selected from the emerging technical areas only.

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    The National Institute of Engineering, Mysuru 2016 2017 REGISTRATION:

    Each student after consulting his/her faculty advisor shall pre- register for the courses in every semester on the days specified for registration.

    Mandatory Pre-registration for higher semester: To ensure proper planning of the

    academic activity, it is mandatory for all the students to undertake a pre-registration process well in advance before actual start of the next academic session. Typically, this pre-registration has to be completed during the last two weeks of the current semester for the following academic session except for minor modification during the 1st week of the ensuing semester

    A student has to register for a minimum of 20 credits in each semester. The maximum

    number of credits a student can take in a semester is 30. However, the minimum/ maximum credit limit can be relaxed by the Principal, on specific recommendations of Departmental Council only under exceptional circumstances.

    For a student to register for some courses he/she may be required to have adequate

    knowledge about one or many courses which are declared as pre-requisite courses in the earlier semesters. The student is deemed to have satisfied this requirement by satisfying the Clause of minimum attendance (Clause.9.11) in the course(s) which is/are declared as pre-requisite(s). The details of the pre-requisites will be announced by the Departmental Council as a part of the programme curriculum.

    Late registration up to a cutoff date mentioned in the academic calendar is allowed on

    payment of a penal fee.

    A student will be allowed to register for the next semester only when he/she fulfils the following conditions:

    a) Cleared the entire previous semester fees due, if any, to the institute, hostel and

    library and also has paid all advance deposits of the Institute and hostel for the semester for which he/she is registering.

    b) Satisfies all academic requirements, namely the credits earned and minimum CGPA, to continue with the programme. (Clause 9.10)

    c) Not restrained from registering due to any specific reason by the college.

    REGISTRATION IN ABSENTIA will be allowed only in exceptional cases at the discretion of Principal after the recommendation of the Departmental Council through the authorized representative of the student.

    DROP-option: A student has the option to DROP courses until one week after the

    second event of CIE in consultation with his/her faculty advisor. However, the number of credits after dropping one or more courses shall satisfy Clause 7.2.

    WITHDRAWAL FROM THE PROGRAMME:

    Temporary Withdrawal:

    a) A student who has been admitted to a degree programme of the college may be permitted to withdraw temporarily, for a period which is an integral multiple of a semester on the grounds of prolonged illness or grave calamity in the family or employment etc., provided that:

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    (i) The student applies to the College within at least 6 weeks of the commencement of the semester or from the date he/she last attended the classes, whichever is later, stating fully the reasons for such withdrawal together with supporting documents and endorsement of his/her parent/guardian.

    (ii) The College is satisfied that, even after counting the expected period of withdrawal, the student has the possibility to complete his/her requirements of the degree within the time limits specified by the University.

    (iii) There are no outstanding dues or demands, with the Department/ College/

    Hostel/Library, etc.,

    (iv) The tuition fees for all the subsequent semesters may be collected in advance based upon the severity of the case, before giving approval for such Temporary Withdrawal, until such time his/her name appears in the students roll list. However, the fees/charges once paid would not be refunded.

    (v) Scholarship holders are bound by the appropriate rules applicable to them.

    (vi) The decision of the Principal of the College regarding withdrawal of a student is

    final and binding.

    b) Normally, a student would be permitted to avail of the temporary withdrawal facility as a special case only once during his/her tenure as a student and this withdrawal period shall also be counted for computing the duration of study as specified by the University.

    c) If the student has withdrawn from a programme for reasons of employment, when he/ she rejoins the programme, he/ she should obtain necessary permission from his/her employer for rejoining. This permission letter has to be submitted at the time of rejoining.

    Permanent Withdrawal:

    Any student who withdraws admission before the closing date of admission for the academic session is eligible for the refund of the deposits only. Fees once paid will not be refunded.

    Once the admission for the year is closed, the following conditions govern withdrawal of admissions:

    a) A student who wants to leave the College for good, will be permitted to do so (and take Transfer Certificate from the College, if needed), only after remitting the tuition fees as applicable for all the remaining semesters and clearing all other dues if any.

    b) Those students who have received any scholarship, stipend or other forms of assistance from the College shall repay all such amounts.

    c) The decision of the Principal of the College regarding withdrawal of a student is final and binding.

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    EVALUATION SYSTEM:

    Each course has its Lecture Tutorial Practical (L-T-P) schedule. The credit for each course is based on following:

    Lecture: one hour/week is given one credit.

    Tutorial/Practical/ Project work: Two hours/ week is given one credit.

    The evaluation of academic performance of a student is done as per Letter grading system. A ten-point Letter grading system is adopted which denotes the level of academic performance. The grade awarded to a student in a theory course shall be based on his/her performance in tests, assignments, quizzes, tutorials etc. in addition to Semester End Examination. The weightage of these components shall be as follows:

    Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE)

    Quizzes, Assignments, Tutorials, Tests, etc. (As per Clause 9.5)

    50%

    Semester End Examination (SEE)

    Written or online or practical

    50%

    Grades and Grade Points:

    Absolute grading system shall be adopted as follows:

    Level Outstanding Excellent Very Good Good Average Fail

    Grade S A B C D F

    Grade Points 10 09 08 07 05 0

    Score (%) 90 & above 75-89 60-74 50-59 45-49 < 45

    a) A minimum of 50% of marks has to be secured in CIE for appearing for a theory

    examination.

    b) A minimum of 40% of marks has to be scored in SEE for passing a theory course.

    c) A minimum of 45% of marks shall be obtained in (CIE+SEE) for passing a theory course.

    d) In a practical course, the candidate should secure a minimum of 45% for passing.

    e) A candidate who does not secure minimum marks in CIE shall be awarded W grade. The candidate shall repeat those courses wherein he/she has secured W grade when the course is offered again in any subsequent semester.

    f) A student who obtains fail grade in a course should repeat that course when it is offered in any subsequent semester.

    The letter grade awarded to a student in a practical course is based on a suitable continuous evaluation scheme which the course instructor should evolve with the approval of Departmental Council. The students performance in every Practical/Drawing class shall be evaluated and this shall have a eightage of 50%. He/she shall be evaluated further by conducting periodical tests and/or Semester End Test (SET) which shall have another 50% weightage. The grades shall be awarded based on these two evaluation components. The minimum passing marks for Practical/Drawing course is 45%.

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    The course instructor shall make an announcement within one week of the beginning of the semester about Blown up syllabus, details of the evaluation scheme which includes distribution amongst various components. This announcement shall be made in both theory and practical course classes. A copy of this announcement should reach the office of Controller of Examinations (CoE).

    Description of Grades:

    S grade: This grade stands for Superlative grade which indicates outstanding achievement by the student.

    A grade: This grade stands for Excellent performance.

    B grade: This grade stands for Very Good performance.

    C grade: This grade stands for Good performance.

    D grade: This grade stands for Average performance and is the minimum passing grade.

    F grade: This grade denotes failure and hence very poor performance. A student who obtains F grade in a course shall repeat that course in a subsequent semester or makeup term when it is offered. However, if a student gets F grade in an elective theory course, he/she can register for the same elective or an alternative elective, as recommended by the Faculty Advisor and approved by the Departmental Council to satisfy the credit requirement in subsequent semesters.

    I grade: This grade is a transitional grade which denotes incomplete grade. A student having satisfactory attendance and meeting the passing standard at CIE, but remained absent from SEE due to illness/ accident/ calamity in the family at the time of Semester End Examination for a course will be awarded this grade. The DC can consider the request of any such student for a make-up examination and depending on the merit of the case and in consultation with the course instructor permit him/ her to appear for make-up examination. The I grade would be converted into one or the other of the letter grades (S/A/B/C/D/F) after the student completes the course requirements. If the student fails to get the minimum passing grade in make up examination, he/she shall repeat the course in a subsequent semester when it is offered.

    X grade: This grade is a transitional grade which denotes incomplete grade. A student having satisfactory attendance and having high CIE rating (>=90%) in a course, but SEE performance is poor, which could result in an overall F grade in the course, will be awarded this grade. The DC can consider the request of any such student for a make-up examination and depending on the merit of the case and in consultation with the course instructor permit him/her to appear for make-up examination. The X grade would be converted into one or the other of the letter grades (S/A/B/C/D/F) after the student completes the course requirements.

    If the student fails in the make-up examination, he/she shall repeat the course in a subsequent semester when it is offered.

    W grade: This grade is awarded to a student having satisfactory attendance at classes, but withdrawing from a course before the prescribed date in a semester under the advice of the Faculty Advisor. Withdrawal from a course shall be allowed only under exceptional circumstances and has to be recommended by the DC. No withdrawal is permitted after the grades are announced. Further, a candidate having shortage of attendance and/or fail to achieve the minimum requirements in CIE shall also be awarded this grade.

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    Calculation of SGPA and CGPA:

    SGPA =

    CGPA =

    [(course credits) X (Grade points)] for all courses with Letter grades, including F (in that semester)

    [(course credits)] for all courses with letter grades, including F (in that semester) [(course credits) X (Grade points)] for all courses with Letter grades, excluding F (until that semester) [(course credits)] for all courses with Letter grades, excluding F (until that semester)

    Process of Evaluation, Announcement and Review of Grades:

    a) The evaluation procedure to be adopted by a course instructor shall be announced at the beginning of the semester, so that this procedure will be made known to all the registered students. A copy of this procedure shall be submitted within two weeks of the commencement of the semester to the Chairman of the DC and up on subsequent approval by the DC, it should reach the office of Controller of Examinations (CoE).

    b) After the Semester End Examination (SEE), the papers will be evaluated and provisional results are announced. Then, as per the announcement made by Controller of Examinations (CoE) process of paper seeing will be arranged. During paper seeing, those students who wish to see their evaluated papers can meet the concerned Course Instructor and get clarification from him/her about the marks. The results are finalized after the event of paper seeing.

    c) In case, a student has a grievance even after obtaining clarification from the course instructor, he / she can make a written appeal to the respective Chairman of the Departmental Council and request for a review of the grade. The DC shall look into the details and make a recommendation. The recommendation of the DC shall then to be sent to the office of CoE for further processing as per Examination manual of the college. The processing fee for such an appeal will be decided by the Academic Council. If the appeal of the student is upheld by the review committee, the fee shall be refunded.

    d) Evaluation of Dissertation Work (Project work)

    (i) The topic and title of the dissertation shall be chosen by the candidate in consultation with the guide and co-guide if any, during the last fortnight of 2nd Semester. The topic selected should be from the major field of the post graduate studies of the candidate. A brief outlay of the action plan to carry out the dissertation work should be submitted by the candidate during first month of the 3rd semester. This action plan shall be scrutinized by the Departmental Council and subsequently approved.

    (ii) The dissertation work shall be carried out by the candidate independently during 3rd& 4th semester under the guidance of one of the faculty members of the department who is designated as internal guide. If the dissertation work has to be carried out in any industry / Organization outside the College, permission to the effect should be first sought by the candidate. Further, it is mandatory to have a co-guide at industry / organization where work will be carried out. The name of the co-guide has to be specified in the action plan as detailed above.

    (iii) At the end of the 3rd Semester there shall be a mid-term review of the dissertation work. For this purpose, the candidate may be asked to present a seminar where in the action plan submitted earlier vis a vis actual work carried out shall be reviewed and action plan for the remaining part of dissertation work finalized.

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    (iv) At the end of the 4th semester, the candidate shall submit 3 copies of report of the dissertation work duly approved by the guide & co-guide. The guide in consultation with Head of the department / PG program coordinator shall prepare a list of three external examiners. This list after being duly approved by the DC shall be sent to CoE along with 3 copies of dissertation work.

    (v) The CoE shall send one copy of the dissertation work to the guide and another copy to one of the external examiners for evaluation. These examiners shall evaluate the dissertation work and send the marks list independently to CoE. The maximum marks for this evaluation is 125 marks. The minimum marks for passing is 60% i.e. 75 marks as evaluated by external examiner. The average of the marks awarded by the two examiners shall be final marks and a candidate shall obtain a minimum of 60% for passing. The minimum passing grade is B.

    (vi) The examiners shall be given not more than three weeks for evaluating the dissertation report. The dissertation work shall not be accepted if external examiner opines that the dissertation work and report are not up to the expected standard and minimum passing marks cannot be awarded. The external examiner can totally reject the report or seek resubmission after incorporating suggested modification. He/she shall specifically quote reasons for rejection. In case he/she recommends for resubmission after modification, he/she shall list out specific areas where modification needs to be done. The resubmitted report in such cases shall be sent to the same external examiner. If he/she does not approve it again, the dissertation work shall be treated as rejected. After the rejection by the first external examiner, the report is sent to another external examiner for evaluation. If he/she also does not approve the work, the candidate shall redo the dissertation work again. In all such cases the candidates shall be free to choose another topic for dissertation under a new guide, after re-registration with prescribed fee.

    (vii) If the dissertation work is approved, the viva-voce examination of the candidate shall be conducted by the external examiner and internal examiner. It is the responsibility of the internal examiner / HoD to contact the external examiner and also the candidate and arrive at a convenient date & time for viva- voce. A copy of these communications shall be sent to CoE.

    (viii) The viva- voce examination shall be carried out for a maximum of 75 marks. The minimum passing marks for this examination is 60% i.e. 45 marks. In case, the external examiner pleads his/her inability to conduct the viva- voce examination, substitute appointment shall be made by CoE in consultation with the guide and HoD.

    (ix) The viva- voce marks awarded jointly by the examiners shall be sent to CoE immediately after the conduct of Viva-voce.

    Make-up Term:

    The Make-up Term may be offered during even-odd Semester Vacation, to provide an opportunity for the failed Students to pass the Course. The courses to be offered for the Make-up

    Term shall be decided by the respective Departmental Councils.

    The details are as follows:

    a) A Student who has failed in a SEE may register for the Make-up Term.

    b) The Student should have obtained the minimum stipulated marks in CIE in the course(s) for which he/she wishes to register in the Make-up term.

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    c) The Student should have obtained minimum required attendance for the corresponding course earlier.

    d) The normal duration of the Makeup Term is 4 weeks at the end of Even Semester immediately after the announcement of the Even Semester results.

    e) First two weeks of the Make-up Term are to be utilized by the Student for studying, getting clarifications by meeting the Course Instructor and get prepared for the Examination.

    f) Remaining two weeks of the Make-up Term are scheduled for conducting the Examinations, evaluation and announcement of result.

    g) A Student can utilize the Make-Up Term only once to pass a course. A Student failing in the Make- Up Term Examination shall lose the CIE Marks & attendance, and he/she shall re-register for that course in a subsequent semester as and when the course is offered.

    h) The Student shall pay the specified amount of Registration/Examination fees to appear for the Make-Up Term

    i) The Make-Up Term facility is not applicable for practical courses.

    Make-up Examination:

    The Make Up Examination facility would be available to students who may have missed to attend the SEE of one or more courses in a semester for valid reasons and given the I grade; Also, students having the X grade shall also be eligible to take advantage of this facility. This facility can be availed by M.Tech students only once

    and MCA students only twice during their programme. Make up examination can be held at any time in a semester with the approval of the Academic Council of the College. In all these cases, the standard of SEE would be the same as the regular SEE.

    All the I and X grades awarded to appropriate letter grades within two days of the respective make-up examinations. Any outstanding I and X grades two days after the last scheduled make-up examination shall be automatically converted to F grade.

    All the W grades awarded to the students would be eligible for conversion to the appropriate letter grades only after the concerned students re-register for these courses in a regular semester and fulfill the passing standards for their CIE and (CIE + SEE).

    Vertical Mobility Requirements

    For MCA:

    a) A student shall register for a minimum of 20 credits in each semester. This rule is relaxed only for makeup term when it is offered.

    b) Earned credits mean those credits for which the student would have obtained S / A / B / C / D grade.

    c) The regular semester load is declared by the Departments for each programme at the

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    beginning of every semester. Hence the yearly academic load is the sum of the regular semester loads of odd and even semester. Then the shortfall of credits=Yearly academic load Earned credits. The threshold details at the end of every year are as follows:

    shortfall =0 (All credits Earned)

    shortfall of < =16 credits

    Shortfall of credits >16

    Should complete the Not eligible to move to next year. Should

    Eligible to move to next year.

    shortfall in credits by repeating only those courses for which F or W grade is obtained and

    repeat only those courses wherein he/she has obtained F or W grade. Hence in this case he/she is permitted to register less than 20 credits in a semester

    move to the next year. overriding the provisions of 9.10.1 (a).

    When a student has to move from 2nd year to 3rd year, he/she should have completed all the credits registered in 1st Year except as per the following in (d)

    d) A candidate is allowed to move to 3rd year if he/she has a maximum of two W or F grades in 1st and 2nd year put together with not more than one W or F grade in a semester during these years.

    e) The minimum and maximum duration of the programme is as specified in Clause 3.1. If a student cannot complete the Programme in corresponding maximum duration, he/she shall leave the college without a degree. If a student is not able to pass a credit course even after 5 (five) consecutive attempts he/she shall also leave the college without a degree. For this purpose, an attempt is defined as registration in a regular semester.

    For M.Tech:

    a) A student shall register for a minimum of 20 credits in each semester except in 3rd semester M.Tech. This rule is relaxed only for makeup term when it is offered.

    b) Earned credits mean those credits for which the student would have obtained S / A / B / C / D grade.

    c) The regular semester load is declared by the Departments for each PG programme at the beginning of every semester. Hence the yearly academic load is the sum of the regular semester loads of odd and even semester. Then the shortfall of credits = Yearly academic load Earned credits. The threshold details are as follows:

    shortfall =0 (All credits Earned)

    shortfall of credits < =15

    Shortfall of credits >15

    Should complete the Not eligible to move to next year, should

    Eligible to move to next year.

    shortfall in credits byregistering those courses for which F or W grade is obtained and move to the

    register for only those courses wherein he / she has W or F grade. Hence he / she is permitted (if required) to register for less than 20 credits in a semester

    next Year overriding the provisions of 9.10.2(a)

    d) The minimum and maximum duration of the programme is as specified in section 3.1. If a student cannot complete the Programme in corresponding maximum duration,

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    he/she shall leave the college without a degree. If a student is not able to pass a credit course even after 5 (five) consecutive attempts he/she shall also leave the college without a degree. For this purpose, an attempt is defined as registration in a regular semester.

    Attendance requirements:

    a) Each student must attend every theory class, tutorial and practical sessions for which he/she has registered.

    b) To account for approved leave of absence (e.g. Representing the college in Sports/ Extracurricular / Placement / NCC or NSS activities), the attendance requirement shall be a minimum of 85% of the classes actually held. Further condonation by the Principal for a maximum of 10% attendance will be allowed to account for any exigencies like illness / medical emergency / death of a relative, with a specific recommendation by the HoD.

    c) If a student has less than 75% attendance in any course, he/she shall be awarded W grade in that course irrespective of his/her academic performance.

    d) In a practical course, if a student misses four consecutive weeks of classes without any prior permission, he/she shall be awarded W grade in that course irrespective of his/her academic performance.

    TERMINATION FROM THE PROGRAMME:

    A student who is not performing well in terms of obtaining requisite grades and/ or is abstaining from the classes regularly, shall be warned of the consequences and the same shall also be communicated to his/her parents.

    A student may be required to withdraw from the programme and leave the College on any of the following grounds:

    a) Obtaining F Grade and hence not passing a course, in spite of five successive attempts;

    b) A student failing to secure CGPA >= 5.0 on three consecutive years;

    c) Absence from classes of all the registered courses for more than six weeks at a time in a semester without leave of absence being granted by competent authorities;

    d) Failure to meet the standards of discipline as prescribed by the College from time to time.

    Conduct and Discipline:

    Students shall conduct themselves within and outside the premises of the College, in a manner befitting the students of an Institution of National Importance. As per the order of Honorable Supreme Court of India, ragging in any form is considered as a criminal offence and is banned. Any form of ragging will be severely dealt with.

    The following acts of omission and/or commission shall constitute gross Violation of the code of conduct and are liable to invoke disciplinary measures:

    a) Ragging

    b) Lack of courtesy and decorum; indecent behaviour anywhere within or outside the campus.

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    c) Willful damage or stealthy removal of any property/belongings of the College/ Hostel or of fellow students/citizens.

    d) Possession, consumption or distribution of alcoholic drinks or any kind of hallucinogenic drugs.

    e) Mutilation or unauthorized possession of Library books.

    f) Noisy and unseemly behavior, disturbing studies of fellow Students.

    g) Hacking in computer systems (such as entering into other

    Persons area without prior permission, manipulation and/or damage of computer hardware and software or any other Cyber crime etc.).

    h) Plagiarism of any nature.

    Commensurate with the gravity of offense, the punishment may be: reprimand, expulsion from the hostel, debarment from an examination, disallowing the use of certain facilities of the College, rustication for a specified period or even outright expulsion from the College, or even handing over the case to appropriate law enforcement authorities or the judiciary, as required by the circumstances.

    For an offence committed in (i) a hostel (ii) a department or in a class Room and (iii) elsewhere within the college campus, the Chief Warden, the Head of the Department and the Student Welfare Officer shall meet as a committee and recommend for reprimanding or imposition of fine. Such recommendations shall be reported to the principal for further action.

    STUDENTS FEEDBACK:

    a) 1It is recommended by the university that Autonomous Colleges obtain feedback

    from students on their course work and various academic activities conducted under the credit system. For this purpose, suitable feedback forms shall be devised by the College and the feedback obtained from the students regularly in confidence, by administering the feedback form in print or on-line.

    b) The feedback received from the students shall be discussed at various levels of decision making at the College and the suggested changes/ improvements, if any, could be given due consideration for being implemented at the College level.

    ACADEMIC COMMITTEES:

    Departmental Council (DC): Constitution:

    There shall be one DC for every department that is involved in the teaching for the all the programme. The constitution shall be:

    The Chairman may co-opt and/or invite more members

    Functions:

    a) To monitor the conduct of all programmes of the department.

    b) To ensure academic standard and excellence of the courses offered by the department.

    c) To oversee the evaluation of the students in a class, for each of the courses.

    d) To develop the curriculum for all the programmes offered by the department and recommend the same to the BOS.

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    e) Moderation (only if and when found necessary) in consultation with the course instructor and approval of the finalized grades, before submission of the same to the office of the Principal.

    f) To consider any matter related to all the programmes of the Department.

    g) In cases where a course is taught by more than one faculty member, or by different faculty members for different sections of students, DC shall coordinate (only in case of need) among all such faculty members regarding the teaching and evaluation of such courses.

    h) To conduct at least two meetings each semester and send the resolutions of the meeting to Principal, and also to maintain a record of the same in the department.

    i) To attend to the appeals as follows:

    i) To receive grievance/complaints in writing from the students regarding anomaly in award of grades.

    ii) To interact with the concerned course instructor and the student separately before taking the decision.

    iii) The recommendations of the DC shall be communicated to the Principal for further appropriate action as required.

    iv) To recommend for suitable action against the concerned course instructor.

    j) Any appropriate responsibility or function assigned by the Academic Council or the Chairman of the Academic Council or the BOS or the Chairman of the BOS.

    Examination Malpractice Enquiry Committee:

    Constitution:

    1. Dean (Academic Affairs) Chairman

    2. Controller of Examinations Member

    3. Head of the Concerned Dept. Member

    4. Concerned DCI on that Session Member

    5. Member Sec., Academic Council, Member Convener

    Functions:

    a) This committee shall meet and recommend penal action depending on the severity of the malpractice in examination related cases as per the provisions of Examination Manual of the college.

    b) The Principal shall take immediate action as per the approved Rules and the same shall be reported to the Academic Council / Governing Body.

    Faculty Advisor:

    The Faculty Advisor, appointed by the HOD, shall be assigned a specific number of students of the concerned department that is offering the Progr amme and such students shall continue to be attached to the same faculty throughout their duration of study.

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    Functions (Highlights):

    a) To help the students in planning their courses and activities during study.

    b) To guide, advice and counsel the students on academic programme.

    Course Instructor:

    Functions

    (Highlights):

    a) He /She shall announce the blown up syllabus, Abridged Lesson plan and details of evaluation pattern which includes distribution amongst various components of CIE within one week of beginning of semester.

    b) He/she shall follow all the Regulations related to teaching of a course and evaluation of students.

    c) He/she shall be responsible for all the records (answer books, attendance etc.,) of the students registered for the course.

    d) He/she shall conduct classes as prescribed in the Academic calendar and as per the teaching assignment time table issued by the HOD.

    e) He/she will arrange to distribute a teaching plan and the evaluation plan together with the course objectives, to all the students within the first week of each semester.

    f) He/she will prepare an evaluation plan showing details of evaluation of the students performance in the course.

    g) He/she will properly document the students performance and maintain a record.

    GRADUATION CEREMONY: Graduation Requirements:

    a) A student shall be declared to be eligible for the award of the degree if he has

    i) Fulfilled Degree Requirements in terms of earned credits.

    ii) No Dues to the College, Department, Hostel, Library Central Computer Centre and any other Centre or section of the college.

    iii) No disciplinary action pending against him/her.

    b) The award of the degree must be recommended by the Academic / Governing Council.

    GRADUATION:

    a) College may have its own annual Graduation Ceremony for the award of Provisional Degrees to students completing the prescribed requirements of Academic programmes in each case, in consultation with the University and by following the provisions in the Statute. For the award of Prizes and Medals, the conditions stipulated by the Donor may be considered as per the statutes framed by the College for such awards.

    b) College may also institute Prizes and Awards to meritorious students, for being given

    away annually at the Graduation Ceremony. This would greatly encourage the students to strive for excellence in their academic work.

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    Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

    M.Tech in Power Systems

    Basic Science Core (BSC)

    Humanities and Social Science Core (HSC)

    MPS0203 Research Methodology (2-0-0)2

    MPS0204 Professional Engineering Practice (2-0-0)2

    Programme Core (PC)

    MPS0507 Advanced Power System Protection (4-2-0)5 MPS0501 Power Electronic Devices and Circuits (4-2-0)5

    MPS0503 Advanced Power System Analysis and Stability (4-0-2)5 MPS0504 Economic Operation of Power Systems (4-0-2)5 MPS0505 Flexible AC Transmission Systems (4-2-0)5 MPS0506 Power System Dynamics and Control (4-0-2)5

    MPS0403 Electrical Power Distribution Automation and Control (4-0-0)4

    Programme Specific Electives (PSE)

    MPS0418 Restructured Power Systems (4-0-0)4 MPS0416 Integration of Distributed Generation in Power

    System (4-0-0)4

    MPS0417 Electrical Transients in Power Systems (4-0-0)4

    MPS0419 Advanced Control Systems (4-0-0)4 MPS0411 HVDC Power Transmission (4-0-0)4

    MPS0412 Special Electrical Machines (4-0-0)4

    MPS0409 EHV AC Transmission (4-0-0)4

    MPS0413 Power Quality and Custom Power Devices (4-0-0)4

    MPS0407 Smart Grid (4-0-0)4

    MPS0415 Wind & Solar Power Systems and Energy Storage (4-0-0)4

    AEM0401 Applied Mathematics (4-0-0)4

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    Open Electives (OE)

    MPS0414 PLC & SCADA (3-0-2)4

    MPS0420 Internet of Things (4-0-0)4

    Project, Seminar, Industrial Training (MP)

    MPS0201 Seminar 02

    MPS0402 Industrial Training 04 MPS0801 Preliminary Project Work 08 MPS2801 Final Project Work 28

    Credit Distribution in Percentage

    Category of Courses Credits Foundation Courses: Basic Science core Humanities and Social Science Core

    8

    Programme Core 34 Program Electives Programme Specific Electives Open Electives

    16

    Project, Seminar, Industrial Training 42 Total 100

    Suggested Plan of Study

    Sem I II III IV 1 MPS0507 MPS0504 MPS0201 MPS2801 2 MPS0501 MPS0505 MPS0402 3 MPS0503 MPS0506 MPS0801 4 Elective-1 MPS0403 5 Elective-2 Elective-3 6 AEM0401 Elective-4 7 MPS0203 MPS0204

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    DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

    I SEMESTER

    Sl. No.

    Subject Code

    Subject

    Category

    Teaching hours per week

    Credits

    L T P

    1. MPS0507 Advanced Power System Protection FC 4 2 0 05

    2. MPS0501 Power Electronic Devices and Circuits GC 4 2 0 05

    3. MPS0503 Advanced Power System Analysis and Stability FC 4 0 2 05

    4. MPS04XX Elect-1 - 4 0 0 04 5. MPS04XX Elect-2 - 4 0 0 04

    6. AEM0401 Applied Mathematics GC 4 0 0 04

    7 MPS0203 Research Methodology GC 2 0 0 02

    TOTAL 26 4 2 29

    Elective 1

    Subject code Courses Category L T P Credits

    MPS0418 Restructured Power Systems FE 4 0 0 04

    MPS0416 Integration of Distributed Generation in Power System

    FE

    4

    0

    0

    04

    MPS0417 Electrical Transients in Power Systems FE 4 0 0 04

    Elective 2

    Subject code Courses Category L T P Credits

    MPS0419 Advanced Control Systems GE 4 0 0 04

    MPS0411 HVDC Power Transmission FE 4 0 0 04 MPS0412 Special Electrical Machines FE 4 0 0 04

    GE General Elective FE Foundation Elective GC General Core FC Foundation Core

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    DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING II SEMESTER

    Sl. No.

    Subject Code

    Subject

    Category

    Teaching hours per week

    Credits

    L T P

    1.

    MPS0504 Economic Operation of Power Systems*

    FC

    4

    0

    2

    05

    2.

    MPS0505 Flexible AC Transmission Systems

    FC

    4

    2

    0

    05

    3.

    MPS0506 Power System Dynamics and Control*

    FC

    4

    0

    2

    05

    4.

    MPS0403

    Electrical Power Distribution Automation and Control

    FC

    4

    0

    0

    04

    5. MPS04XX Elect-3 - 4 0 0 04 6. MPS04XX Elect-4 - 4 0 0 04

    7. MPS0204 Professional Engineering Practice GC 2 0 0 02

    TOTAL 26 2 4 29

    Elective 3

    Subject code Courses Category L T P Credits MPS0409 EHV AC Transmission FE 4 0 0 04

    MPS0413 Power Quality and Custom Power Devices FE 4 0 0 04

    MPS0414 PLC & SCADA GE 3 0 2 04 Elective 4

    Subject code Courses Category L T P Credits MPS0407 Smart Grid FE 4 0 0 04 MPS0420 Internet of Things GE 4 0 0 04

    MPS0415 Wind & Solar Power Systems and Energy Storage FE 4 0 0 04

    *Pre-requisite: Advanced Power System Analysis and Stability (Sub Code:MPS0503)

    GE General Elective FE Foundation Elective GC General Core FC Foundation Core

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    DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

    III SEMESTER Sl. No.

    Subject code Subject

    Category Credits

    1. MPS0201 Seminar GC 02 2. MPS0402 Industrial Training GC 04 3. MPS0801 Preliminary Project Work GC 08

    TOTAL 14

    IV SEMESTER

    Sl. No. Subject code Subject Category Credits 1. MPS2801 Final Project Work GC 28

    TOTAL 28

    GE General Elective FE Foundation Elective GC General Core FC Foundation Core

  • M.Tech. - Power Systems (2016-18)

    Syllabus I Semester Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

    The National Institute of Engineering

    Mysuru-570 008

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    Advanced Power System Protection (4-2-0)

    Sub Code : MPS0507 CIE: 50% Marks Hrs/week : 4+2+0 SEE : 50%Marks SEE Hrs : 3 Max marks: 100

    Course Outcomes On successful completion of the course, the students will be able to:

    1. Explain and apply basic concepts of digital protection. 2. Discuss hardware considerations and relaying algorithms. 3. Explain and apply the principles of digital protection to Transformers,

    Transmission lines, generators and motors. 4. Explain aspects of maintenance, testing and calibration of digital relays.

    UNIT 1: Introduction to Digital Relays: Definition of digital protection, Advantages of microprocessor technology, microprocessor application to protection, Subsystems of a digital relay, Integrated hierarchical computer control and protection, Operating algorithms and adaptive relaying. 08 Hours

    SLE: Study of protection philosophy and protection systems currently employed in India.

    UNIT 2: Hardware Considerations: Introduction to computer architecture, analogue signal conditioning, low pass filters, DSP based general purpose hardware, microcontrollers and digital relay implementation procedures. 09 Hours

    SLE: Aliasing and its impact on protective relays in digital protection. UNIT 3: Relaying Algorithms: Classification of relaying algorithms, algorithms for digital relaying, Full cycle and half cycle Fourier algorithms, Walsh and Haar algorithms, Least Square fitting algorithm, digital harmonic filter algorithms. 09 Hours

    SLE: Differential equation algorithm.

    UNIT 4: Protection of Transformers and Substations: Introduction, Digital protection schemes for Bus bar Protection and integrated schemes for substations, Digital techniques for transformer protection, Percentage differential protection with harmonic restraint, flux restraint approach. 09 Hours

    SLE: Study of program flowchart to differentiate between over current fault and transient fault.

    UNIT 5: Protection of Transmission Lines: Distance Protection schemes and digital relaying approach, Relaying algorithms and distance relay characteristics. Carrier protection schemes for HV/EHV grid transmission lines with OPGW[Optical fibre Ground Wires] and advantages, Effect of Power Swings, Study of Protection of longest lines and shortest lines, Co-ordination of over current relays. 09 Hours

    SLE: Effect of arc resistance on the performance of distance relays.

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    UNIT 6: Digital Protection of Generators and Motors: Application of digital protection to synchronous generators. Numerical differential protection of generators and motors. Testing and calibration of digital relays. 08 Hours

    SLE: Maintenance aspects and Routine testing of Digital Relays. TEXT BOOKS:

    1. Arun G. Phadke and James S. Thorp, "Computer Relaying for Power systems" John Wiley

    and Sons, 2nd edition, 2009.

    2. Paithankar Y G and S R Bhide- "Fundamentals of Power System Protection" Prentice Hall of India, 2010.

    3. Badriram and Vishwa Kharma, Power System Protection and Switchgear,

    2nd edition, TMH, 2011. REFERENCE BOOKS:

    1. Bhavesh Bhalja. R P Maheshwari and Nilesh G. Chothani, Protection and

    Switchgear, 1st edition, Oxford University Press, 2011.

    2. T.S.MadhavaRao, Static Relays with Microprocessor Application, 2nd edition TMH, 2009.

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    Power Electronic Devices and Circuits (4-2-0) Sub Code: MPS0501 CIE: 50% Marks Hrs/week : 4+2+0 SEE: 50% Marks SEE Hrs : 3 Max marks: 100

    Course Outcomes

    On successful completion of the course, students will be able to:

    1. Analyze the performance of Power Semiconductor devices. 2. Describe the circuit topologies of Line commutated and SMPS Converters. 3. Analyze different types of Chopper and Inverters circuits and voltage control techniques. 4. Describe the operations of AC/DC/AC conversion technologies.

    UNIT 1 : Power Semiconductor Devices: Introduction, Types of static switches, Static and dynamic performance of a switch, The Asymmetrical Thyristor, Light-Fired thyristors, The Gate Turn Off thyristor (GTO), MCT, static induction thyristor.

    08 Hours SLE: Reverse conducting thyristor.

    UNIT 2: Line Commutated Converter: Functional circuit block of Line commutated converter, direction of power flow-inverter operation , phase controlled converter single and two quadrant operations ,converter for HVDC power link, midpoint configuration.

    08 Hours SLE: Inversion mode.

    UNIT 3 : Choppers: Introduction, voltage step down chopper, Voltage step up chopper, two quadrant chopper, Multiphase choppers, problems.

    08 Hours SLE: Coupled reactor in multiphase choppers.

    UNIT 4: Inverters: Full bridge configuration, Shaping of output voltage wave form- sinusoidal pulse width modulation (SPWM), three phase inverter, inverter operation with reverse power flow, Multilevel Inverters - types, topology and operation. . 10 Hours SLE: SPWM with reverse voltage excursions.

    UNIT 5 : Switched Mode Power Supply: Functional circuit blocks of an OFF Line switcher, The front end rectifier, SMPS circuit topologies- Buck converter circuit configuration, working principle, duty cycle constraint, Boost converter, Buckboost converter, Cuck converter.

    08 Hours SLE: Resonant converter.

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    UNIT 6: AC/DC/AC Converters: Introduction, AC/DC/AC Converters used in Wind Turbine Systems, New AC/DC/AC Converters, AC/DC/AC Boost-Type Converters, Three- Level Diode-Clamped AC/DC/AC Converter, Linking a Wind Turbine System to a Utility Network.

    10 Hours SLE: Two-Level AC/DC/AC ZSI.

    TEXT BOOKS:

    1. Joseph Vithayathil Power Electronics Devices and Circuits, 2nd edition, Tata-

    McGraw Hill, 2010.

    2. Fang Lin Luo Hong Ye "Power Electronics Advanced Conversion Technologies, 1st edition , CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group, 2010.

    REFERENCE BOOKS:

    1. M.D. Singh and Khanchandani K.B, Power Electronics, 2nd edition ,Tata-McGraw

    Hill, 2008.

    2. M.H.Rashid, Power Electronics Circuits, Devices & Applications, 3rd edition, P.H.I. Pearson, New Delhi, 2002.

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    Advanced Power System Analysis and Stability (4-0-2)

    Sub Code : MPS0503 CIE: 50% Marks Hrs/week : 4+0+2 SEE: 50% Marks SEE Hrs : 3 Max marks : 100

    Course Outcomes On successful completion of the course, students will be able to:

    1. Apply the different Load Flow Techniques to given Power Systems. 2. Analyze the symmetrical and unsymmetrical faults of a power systems. 3. Analyze transient stability and voltage stability of power systems. 4. Explain the concept of state estimation and system security.

    UNIT 1: Power Flow Methods: Introduction, Modeling of Power System Components, Review of load flow techniques, Forward - Backward Method, DC Load Flow Method, AC- DC System Power Flow Analysis- Sequential and Simultaneous Solution Algorithms, Sensitivity factors, ATC assessment, Sparsity directed Optimal Ordering Schemes, Solution Algorithms - LU Factorization.

    10 Hours SLE: Bifactorization and Iterative Methods.

    UNIT 2: Analysis of Faulted Power System: Symmetrical and Asymmetrical Faults, Digital simulation techniques in fault analysis, Z Bus method in contingency analysis, Contingency Analysis of DC Model, System Reduction for Contingency and Fault Studies.

    07 Hours SLE: Analysis of Open Circuit faults.

    UNIT 3: Transient Stability: Introduction to Transient Stability, Numerical Integration Methods: Numerical Stability of Explicit Integration Methods, Implicit Integration Methods, Runge Kutta Method and Trapezoidal method, Performance of Protective Relaying, Direct Method of Transient Stability analysis, Energy Function Approach for Stability Studies.

    10 Hours SLE: Methods of Improving Transient Stability.

    UNIT 4: Voltage Stability: Definition and Classification, Mechanism of Voltage collapse, Analysis of Voltage Stability, Modeling of Voltage Collapse, Voltage Security, Transient Voltage Stability, Power Transfer at Voltage Stability Limit, Maximum Power angle at Voltage Stability Limit, Relation between Reactive Power Variation and System Stability.

    08 Hours SLE: Loading Limit of transmission system voltage.

    UNIT 5: Voltage stability indicators: Introduction to Voltage Stability Indicators, Fundamental Indicators using PV and QV Curves, Criterion of Voltage Stability, Direct indicator of Voltage Stability, Voltage Stability Index, Singular Value Decomposition. Expression for different indicators, voltage stability evaluation, effect of system reactance and power factor.

    10 Hours SLE: Relation with off nominal tap ratio.

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    UNIT 6: State Estimation and System Security: Introduction to State Estimation, Least Squares Estimation and Weighted Least Squares Estimation, State Estimation in AC Network, Orthogonal Decomposition, Detection and Identification of Bad measurements, Network Observability and Pseudo measurements, Contingency Analysis.

    07 Hours SLE: Contingency Selection.

    TEXT BOOKS:

    1. J. Arrillaga, N. R. Watson, Computer modelling of electrical power systems, Wiely Publisher, 2001.

    2. Prabha Kundur, Power System Stability and Control, Tata McGraw-Hill edition.

    3. A.K. Mukhopadhyay , D.P. Kothari , A. Chakrabarti, An Introduction to Reactive Power Control and Voltage Stability in Power Transmission Systems, PHI Publisher.

    4. Allen J. Wood and Bruce F. Woollenberg, Power Generation, Operation, and

    Control, 2nd edition, John Wiley and Sons, INC.

    Laboratory experiments

    1. Power flow and to include an HVDC transmission line and see its effect on power transfer on other transmission line.

    2. To study a power system with faults and determine relay settings based on calculated fault currents

    3. To simulate transient stability in a 3-bus example power system. 4. To determine voltage stability indicator and determination of voltage stability of the

    power system. 5. Contingency Analysis of power system using power flow.

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    Restructured Power Systems (4-0-0) Sub Code : MPS0418 CIE: 50% Marks Hrs/week : 4+0+0 SEE: 50% Marks SEE Hrs : 3 Max marks : 100

    Course Outcomes On successful completion of the course, students will be able to:

    1. Understand and Explain the need for restructured power system and economics. 2. Explain the concepts of market models. 3. Discuss and analyze transmission congestion and loss allocation in Power System 5. Calculate LMP and explain the concept of FTR for a given power system. 6. Explain the generator bidding in power market.

    UNIT 1: Introduction to restructuring of power industry and Fundamental of Economics: Introduction, Reasons for restructuring / deregulation of power industry, Understanding the restructuring process, Introduction to issues involved in deregulation, Reasons and objectives of deregulation of various power systems across the world. Consumer behaviour, Supplier behaviour, Market equilibrium, Short-run and Long-run costs, Various costs of production, Relationship between short-run and long-run average costs.

    09 Hours SLE: Perfectly competitive market.

    UNIT 2: The Philosophy of Market Models: Introduction. Market models based on contractual arrangements, Comparison of various market models, Electricity vis--vis other commodities, Market architecture.

    8 Hours SLE: ISO or TSO model.

    UNIT 3: Transmission Congestion Management: Introduction, Classification of congestion management methods, Calculation of ATC, Non-market methods, Market based methods, Nodal pricing, Inter-zonal Intra-zonal congestion management, Price area congestion management.

    9 Hours SLE: Capacity alleviation method. UNIT 4: Pricing of transmission network usage and loss allocation: Introduction to transmission pricing, Principles of transmission pricing, Classification of transmission pricing methods, Rolled-in transmission pricing methods, Marginal transmission pricing paradigm Composite pricing paradigm, Merits and de-merits of different paradigms, Debated issues in transmission pricing, Introduction to loss allocation, Classification of loss allocation methods.

    12 Hours SLE: Comparison between various methods.

    UNIT 5: Locational Marginal Prices (LMP) and Financial Transmission Rights (FTR): Fundamentals of locational marginal pricing, Lossless DCOPF model for LMP calculation, Loss compensated DCOPF model for LMP calculation, ACOPF model for LMP calculation. Introduction to Financial Transmission Rights, Risk Hedging Functionality Of financial Transmission Rights, Simultaneous feasibility test and revenue adequacy, FTR issuance

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    process, Treatment of revenue shortfall, Secondary trading of FTRs, Flow Gate rights, FTR and market power.

    06 Hours SLE: FTR and merchant transmission investment.

    UNIT 6: Market power and generators bidding: Attributes of a perfectly competitive market, The firm's supply decision under perfect competition, Imperfect competition Market power, Financial markets associated with electricity markets, Introduction to optimal bidding by a generator company, Optimal bidding methods.

    08 Hours SLE: Power reforms in India.

    TEXT BOOK:

    1. Daniel Kirschen and Goran Strbac, " Fundamentals of Power System economics", John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2004.

    REFERENCE BOOKS:

    1. Sally Hunt, "Making competition work in electricity", John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2002.

    2. Kankar Bhattacharya, Jaap E. Daadler, Math H.J Bollen, "Operation of restructured power systems", Kluwer Academic Pub., 2001.

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    Integration of Distributed Generation in Power System (4-0-0)

    Sub Code : MPS0416 CIE: 50% Marks Hrs/week : 4+0+0 SEE: 50% Marks SEE Hrs : 3 Max marks : 100

    Course Outcomes On successful completion of the course, students will be able to:

    1. Explain various non-conventional energy sources and methods of interfacing with

    grid. 2. Analyze the impact of distributed generation on general performance of power

    system. 3. Analyze the impact of distributed generation on over loading and losses, voltage

    magnitude variations and system protection. 4. Explain the influence of distributed generation on Power Quality and transmission

    system operation. UNIT 1: Sources of Energy: Status and properties of Wind Power, power distribution as a function of wind speed, status and properties of Solar Power, photo voltaic, interfacing with Grid.

    8 Hours SLE: status and properties of Combined Heat and Power.

    UNIT 2: Power System Performance: Impact of Distributed Generation on Power System Performance, Hosting Capacity Approach, Power Quality and Design of Distributed Generation, increasing the Hosting Capacity.

    9 Hours SLE: Hosting capacity approach for events.

    UNIT 3: Overloading and Losses: Impact of Distribution Generation on over loading and losses, Overloading: Radial Distribution Network, Losses , Increasing the Hosting capacity.

    8 Hours SLE: Increasing the Hosting capacity by risk based approaches.

    UNIT 4: Voltage Magnitude Variations: Impact of Distributed Generation, Voltage Margin and Hosting capacity, voltage rise owing to distributed generation, hosting capacity and measurements to determine hosting capacity, estimating the hosting capacity without measurements, increasing the Hosting Capacity. 09 Hours

    SLE: Numerical approach to Voltage variations.

    UNIT 5: Protection: Impact of Distributed Generation, over current Protection, upstream and downstream faults, hosting capacity, fuse recloser coordination, Bus bar protection, generator protection, general requirements, non controlled island operation, Increasing the Hosting Capacity.

    9 Hours SLE: Basic method of islanding detection.

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    UNIT 6: Power Quality Disturbances and Transmission System Operation: Impact of DG on Power Quality Disturbances, Fast Voltage Fluctuations, Voltage Unbalanced, Introduction to Low Frequency Harmonics, high frequency distortion and Voltage Dips, Increasing the Hosting Capacity. Impact of Distributed Generation and Transmission System Operation, Fundamentals of Transmission System Operation, Increasing the Hosting Capacity.

    09 Hours

    SLE: Balancing and Reserve. TEXT BOOK:

    1. Math H. Bollen, Integration of Distributed Generation in the Power System,

    Willey IEEE Press.

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    Electrical Transients in Power Systems (4-0-0) Sub Code : MPS0417 CIE: 50% Marks Hrs/week : 4+0+0 SEE: 50% Marks SEE Hrs : 3 Max marks : 100

    Course Outcomes On successful completion of the course, students will be able to:

    1. Discuss the generation of switching transients. 2. Describe the transients in DC circuits, conversion equipments and static VAR controls. 3. Analyze the lightning phenomenon and transient over voltage protection methods. 4. Discuss the concept of Insulation coordination.

    UNIT 1: Simple switching Transient: Introduction, The Circuit Closing Transient, The Recovery Transient Initiated by the removal of a short Circuit, Double Frequency Transients , The series RLC Circuit, Resistance Switching, Load Switching, Other Forms of Damping, worked examples. 08 Hours

    SLE: The Generalized Damping Curves. UNIT 2: Abnormal Switching Transients: Normal and Abnormal Switching Transients, Current Suppression, Capacitance Switching, Other Restriking Phenomena, Transformer Magnetizing Inrush Current, Ferro resonance, worked examples. 08 Hours

    SLE: Three phase capacitor switching. UNIT 3: Transients in Direct Current Circuits, conversion Equipment and Static Var Controls: Introduction, Interruption of Direct Current in Low Voltage Circuits, Transients Associated with HVDC Circuit Breakers, delayed and periodic functions, Commutation Transients The Current- Limiting Static Circuit Breaker, Commutation Transients in Conversion Equipment, worked examples. 10Hours

    SLE: Transient behavior of a transformer coil. UNIT 4: Lightning: The Scope of the Lightning Problem, the Physical Phenomenon of Lightning, Interaction between Lightning and the Power System, Computation of a Specific Lightning Event, Thunderstorm Tracking and Other Recent Developments, worked examples.

    08 Hours SLE: Induced Lightning Surges.

    UNIT 5: Insulation Coordination: Some Basic Ideas about Insulation Coordination, The Strength of Insulation, The Hierarchy of Insulation Coordination, Test Voltage Waveforms

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    and Transient Ratings, statistical Approaches to Insulation Coordination, worked examples. 08 Hours

    SLE: Deterministic statistical approaches to Insulation Coordination. UNIT 6: Protection of Systems and Equipment Against Transient Overvoltages: Introduction, Protection of Transmission Lines Against Lightning, Lightning Shielding of Substations, Surge Suppressors and Lightning Arresters, Application of Surge Arresters, Surge Suppressors for Direct Current Circuits, Transient Voltages and Grounding Practices, Protection of Control Circuits, Surge Protection Scheme for an Industrial Drive System, worked examples. 10 Hours

    SLE: Surge Protection of Rotating Machines. TEXT BOOKS:

    1. Allan Greenwood, Electrical Transients in Powers Systems, 2nd edition, Willey India

    Pvt. Ltd., 2010.

    2. C.S Indulkar, D.P Kothari and K. Ramalingam, Power System Transients-A Statistical Approach, 2nd edition, PHI, 2010.

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    Advanced Control Systems (4-0-0) Sub Code : MPS0419 CIE: 50% Marks Hrs/week : 4+0+0 SEE: 50% Marks SEE Hrs : 3 Max marks : 100

    Course Outcomes On successful completion of the course, students will be able to:

    1. Construct state space models of SISO systems, analyze their dynamic behavior

    and design controllers and observers. 2. Construct models for multivariable systems and analyze their closed-loop

    stability. 3. Apply Lyapunov theorems for designing linear quadratic optimal controllers.

    4. Analyse closed loop system stability and design controllers for discrete time systems.

    UNIT 1: Review of state variable analysis: State space representations of transfer function systems, state space representation of generator represented by the classical model, equilibrium points, stability of a dynamic system, eigen properties of the state matrix, modal matrices, free motion of a dynamic system, mode shape, sensitivity and participation factors, solution of state equations.

    09 Hours

    SLE: Different methods of computing state transition matrix.

    UNIT 2 : The design of state variable feedback systems: Controllability and observability, PBH test, design of control systems by pole placement, design of state observers and servo systems.

    8 Hours SLE: Effects of addition of observer on closed-loop systems.

    UNIT 3 : MIMO Systems: Introduction, transfer matrix, Non-interaction in MIMO systems, Models for multivariable systems, Matrix fraction descriptions(MFD), Poles and zeros of MIMO systems, MIMO control loop, Closed-loop stability.

    9 Hours SLE: Stability in MFD form.

    UNIT 4: Linear quadratic optimal control: Lyapunov Stability theorems, Model reference adaptive systems, Parameter optimization and optimal control problems, quadratic performance index, state regulator design through the Lyapunov equation, optimal state regulator through the matrix Ricatti equation.

    09 Hours SLE: Control configurations.

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    UNIT 5 : z-Plane Analysis of Discrete-Time Control Systems: The z-Transform, Properties and Theorems, Inverse z-transform, Difference equations, Impulse Sampling and Data Hold, The Pulse Transfer Function, Realization of Digital Controllers and Digital Filters.

    09 Hours

    SLE: Reconstructing Original Signals from Sampled Signals.

    UNIT 6 : Design of Discrete -Time Control Systems by Conventional Methods: Introduction, Mapping between the s-plane and the z-plane, Stability Analysis of Closed Loop Systems in the z-plane, Transient and Steady-State Response Analysis, Design based on the Root-Locus Method, Design based on the Frequency-Response Method.

    08 Hours SLE: Analytical design method.

    TEXT BOOKS:

    1. M.Gopal, Digital control systems and state variable methods, 2nd edition, Tata McGraw-Hill publishing company limited.

    2. Katsuhiko Ogata, Discrete-Time Control Systems, 2nd edition, Prentice-Hall

    International, Inc. 3. Katsuhiko Ogata, Modern Control Engineering, 3rd edition, Prentice Hall of India.

    REFERENCE BOOKS:

    1. P. Kundur, Power System Stability and Control, McGraw-Hill, Inc.

    2. Thomas Kailath, Linear Systems, Prentice-Hall, In.,1980.

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    HVDC Power Transmission (4-0-0)

    Sub Code : MPS0411 CIE: 50% Marks Hrs/week : 4+0+0 SEE: 50% Marks SEE Hrs : 3 Max marks : 100

    Course Outcomes On successful completion of the course, students will be able to:

    1. Describe the components and techniques of state -of- art in HVDC Technology. 2. Analyze power control methods in HVDC transmission system. 3. Discuss the methods of control and protection in MTDC systems. 4. Describe the modeling, power flow and stability analysis of AC-DC system.

    UNIT 1 : HVDC power Transmission Technologies: Introduction, description of HVDC transmission, applications, modern trends in HVDC Power transmission. HVDC transmission based on voltage source converter.

    08 Hours SLE: HVDC planning and limitations.

    UNIT 2 : HVDC Power Control: Introduction, principle of DC link control ,converter control characteristics, frequency control, reactive power requirements in steady state, Sources of reactive power.

    10 Hours SLE: Reactive power during transients.

    UNIT 3 : Multi-Terminal DC Systems: Introduction, Potential applications, Types, Control and Protection. MTDC system using VSC.

    08 Hours SLE: Multi infeed DC system.

    UNIT 4 : Models for Analysis of AC-DC Systems: Converter models, Converter control model, modeling of DC and AC network.

    08 Hours SLE: Control of torsional interaction.

    UNIT 5 : Power Flow Analysis in AC-DC Systems : Introduction, Modeling DC links, Solution of DC load flow, per unit for DC quantities, Solutions for AC-DC power flow.

    10Hours SLE: Power flow analysis with VSC based HVDC system.

    UNIT 6 : Stability analysis and Power Modulation : Basic principles, selection of control Signal, controller design, Reactive power modulation, voltage stability in AC/DC systems.

    08 Hours SLE: Selection of control signals.

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    TEXT BOOK: 1. K. R. Padiyar, HVDC Power Transmission Systems: Technology and System

    Interactions, 1st edition, New Age International publishers, 2012.

    REFERENCE BOOK: 1. Chan-ki Kim and Vijay K.Sood, "HVDC TRANSMISSION Power conversion

    applications in power system", 1st edition , IEEE Press John Wiley & sons, 2009.

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    Special Electrical Machines (4-0-0)

    Sub Code : MPS0412 CIE: 50% Marks Hrs/week : 4+0+0 SEE: 50% Marks SEE Hrs : 3 Max marks : 100

    Course Outcomes On successful completion of the course, students will be able to:

    1. Review the fundamental concepts of permanent magnets and the operation of

    permanent magnet brushless DC motors. 2. Discuss the concepts of permanent magnet brushless synchronous motors and

    synchronous reluctance motors. 3. Develop the control methods and operating principles of switched reluctance motors. 4. Discuss the concepts of stepper motors and its applications. 5. Understand the basic concepts of other special machines.

    UNIT 1: PERMANENT MAGNET BRUSHLESS DC MOTORS: Fundamentals of Permanent Magnets- Types- Principle of operation- Magnetic circuit analysis EMF and Torque equations- control- Characteristics of permanent magnet brushless DC motor.

    08 Hours SLE: Applications of permanent magnet brushless DC motor.

    UNIT 2: PERMANENT MAGNET SYNCHROUNOUS MOTORS: Principle of operation EMF and Torque equations - Phasor diagram - Power controllers Torque speed characteristics Digital controllers Constructional features, operating principle.

    10 Hours SLE: Applications of Permanent magnet synchronous motor.

    UNIT 3: SYNCHRONOUS RELUCTANCE MOTORS: Constructional features Types Axial and radial air gap motors Operating principle Reluctance Phasor diagram - Characteristics of synchronous reluctance motor.

    08 Hours SLE: Characteristics Vernier motor.

    UNIT 4: SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MOTORS: Constructional features Principle of operation- Torque predictionCharacteristics Power controllers Control of SRM drive- Sensorless operation of SRM.

    10 Hours SLE: Applications of SRM

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    UNIT 5: STEPPER MOTORS: Constructional features Principle of operation Types Torque predictions Linear and Non-linear analysis Characteristics Drive circuits Closed loop control.

    08 Hours SLE: Applications of stepper motors.

    UNIT 6: OTHER SPECIAL MACHINES: Principle of operation and characteristics of Hysteresis motor AC series motors Linear motor.

    08 Hours SLE: Applications of Linear motor.

    TEXT BOOKS:

    1. T.J.E. Miller, Brushless magnet and Reluctance motor drives, Claredon press, London, 1989.

    2. K Venkataratham, Special Electrical Machines, University Press (India), 2009. 3. T.Kenjo and S.Nagamori, Permanent magnet and Brushless DC motors, Clarendon

    press, London, 1988. REFERENCE BOOKS:

    1. D.P.Kothari and I.J.Nagrath, Electric machines, 3rd edition, Tata Mc Graw hill

    publishing company, New Delhi, 2004. 2. R.Krishnan, Switched Reluctance motor drives, CRC press, 2001. 3. T.Kenjo, Stepping motors and their microprocessor controls, Oxford University

    press, New Delhi, 2000. 4. R.Krishnan, Electric motor drives, Prentice hall of India, 2002.

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    Applied Engineering Mathematics[4-0-0]