NIT Delhi EEE Syllabus Part II

NIT Delhi EEE Syllabus Part II

CIRCUIT THEORY – II

 

Network theorems and applications- network thorems and their applications in solution of networks- network functions and two port networks- driving point functions- concept of two-port networks- poles and zeroes of network functions and their influence on circuit behavior- fourier transforms and fourier series- trigonometric fourier series of repetitive waveforms- amplitude and phase spectrum – fourier coefficients- synthesis of single –port networks- positive real functions hurtwitz polynomials, realization of passive lc –rl and rc networks using foster and caner forms- passive filters and attenuators- classification- low pass and high pass filters- attenuators.
TEXT BOOKS:
1. M.F. Van Valkan Burg : Network Analysis – 3rd edition, PHI Pub, 2002
2. GOPAL – G. Bhise & Prem Chadha : Engineering Network Analysis and Filter Design, Umesh Publications, 2000.
EE252 ELECTRICAL MACHINES — I (3-1-0)4
DC machines- windings- characteristics of different types of dc machines- applications- armature reaction- commutation process- speed control methods of shunt and series motors- losses and efficiency calculations- testing of machines- need for starters- amplidyne and metadyne single phase transformers- emf equation- phasor diagrams- equivalent circuits- regulation and efficiency calculations- separtion of no- load losses –dot convention- load sharing and parallel operation- auto transformer- principle and applications three phase transformers- types of connections- use of tertiary winding- scott connection of transformers for phase conversion. tapchanging transformers- concepts of tap changing – on –load and off-load tap changers, single phase and three phase induction regulators and moving coil regulators.
TEXT BOOKS :
1. P. S Bimbhra – Electrical Machinery – Khanna Publishers, 2002
2. A.E Fitzgerald, Charles Kingsley, Stephen D Umans – TMH Publishers, 6th Edn, 2003.
EE253 POWER SYSTEMS – I (3-1-0)4
Introduction – generation of electric power -conventional sources (qualitative) – general layout of power system- characteristics of steam, hydro, nuclear and gas power plants- non conventional sources (qualitative)- ocean, tidal, wind, solar, fuel cells, geo-thermal etc.economics of generation- introduction- definitions- cost of electrical energy- fixed and running costs- tariffs.a.c. distribution-introduction- ac distribution- 1-ph, 3-ph(3-wirw and 4-wire) systems- busbar arrangement- selection of site for substation.overhead line insulators- introduction- types of insulators- potential distribution- testing of insulators.insulated cables- introduction- insulation- grading of cables- overhead lines versus underground cables- types of cables.inductance and capacitance calculations of transmission lines -inductance and capacitance of lines- composite conductors- transposition- bundled conductors.corona- introduction- corona loss- factors affecting corona loss- interference between power and communication lines.
TEXT BOOKS :
1. W.D.Stevenson – Elements of PS Analysis 4/e, Mc Graw Hill, 1984.
2. C.L. Wadhwa – Generation, Distribution and Utilization of Electrical Energy, New Age International, 2002
3. C.L. Wadhwa – Electrical Power Systems, 3/e, New Age International, 2003
4. Rakosh Das Begamudre – Energy Conversion System, New Age International, 2000
EE254 ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS LAB (0-0-3)2
Kelvin’s double bridge – Schering bridge : Determination of loss-angle of a capacitor – Calibration : Wattmeter, energy meter- Determination of errors of potential transformer- Determination of hysterisis loss- Maxwell’s inductance – capacitance bridge – to measure resistance and inductance of the given unknown impedance- Determination of errors of current Transformers- Anderson’s Bridge to measure self inductance & internal resistance of a coil – Measurement of Temperature, Pressure, Displacement and strain using transducers
EE301 CONTROL SYSTEMS (3-1-0)4
Introduction- system- types of control systems-feedback and its effects. mathematical modelling of physical systems: mathematical modeling- concept and use of transfer function- transfer function from block diagrams and signal flow graphs- state variable analysis of linear dynamic systems- state variables, dynamic equations- controllability and observability-time domain analysis of control systems- introduction- time domain indices, steady state error constants, error series, concept of bibo stability- routh-hurwitz criterion- effect of p, pi & pid controllers. root locus techniques- introduction- root loci theory- frequency domain analysis of control systems- introduction- polar plots, nyquist stability criterion- frequency domain indices- bode plots- m&n circles- nichols charts
design of compensators- need of compensators, design of lag and lead compensators using bode plots.
TEXT BOOKS
1. B.C. Kuo : Automatic Control Systems – PHI, 7th Edition,2004
2. I.J. Nagarath & M.Gopal : Control Systems Engineering (2nd Edition) –– New Age Pub.Co.
EE302 ELECTRICAL MACHINES — II (3-1-0)4
Induction machines- principle of operation- phasor diagrams- equivalent circuits- torque, speed and slip- losses and efficiency- testing- determination and predetermination of performance parameters- methods of starting- speed control- phase advancers- principle of induction generator- double cage induction motors- construction, principle of operation, characteristics, equivalent circuit and applications- synchronous machines- principle of operation, classification, emf equation, winding factors, excitation schemes, armature reaction, synchronous reactance, phasor diagram, load characteristics, methods of predetermination of regulation. calculation of direct and quadrature axis reactance, power–angle characteristics, regulation calculations, synchronization and synchronizing power- synchronous motors- phasor diagrams, variation of current and power factor with excitation, hunting and its suppression, excitation circles, power circles, determination and predetermination of v and inverted v curves, methods of starting, comparison with induction motor, applications, losses and efficiency calculations.
TEXT BOOKS :
1. P. S Bimbhra – Electrical Machinery – Khanna Publishers, 2002
2. A.E Fitzgerald, Charles Kingsley, Stephen D Umans – TMH Publishers, 6th Edn, 2003.
EE303 POWER SYSTEMS – II (3-1-0)4
Performance of lines- representation of lines-equivalent representation of a long line- A, B, C, D constants, Ferranti effect, power flow- voltage control- introduction – methods of voltage control- compensation in power systems- concepts of load compensation- compensation of lines- per unit representation of power systems per unit quantities- advantages of per unit system- travelling waves on transmission lines- production of traveling waves- line connected to a cable- reflection and refraction at t-junction- attenuation of travelling waves- overvoltage protection and insulation coordination- causes of over voltages- insulation apparatus- insulation coordination- symmetrical components and fault calculations- significance of sequence components, sequence impedances and sequence networks, fault calculations, sequence network equations- reactors and their location- short circuit capacity of a bus.
TEXT BOOK
1. W.D. Stevenson : Elements of Power system Analysis – McGraw Hill International Student Edition.
2. C.L. Wadhwa: Electrical Power Systems – New Age International Pub. Co., 3rd Edition, 2001.
3. Hadi Scadat: Power System Analysis – TMGH
EE304 MICROPROCESSORS AND APPLICATIONS (3-1-0)4
Introducton to 8086 processor architecture- 8086 family assembly language programming- addressing modes, instruction formats, development steps- 8086 hardware- 8086 in minimum and maximum mode- interrupts- 8086 interrupt structure, types, responses, interrupt service procedures, applications- interfacing the 8086- memory interfacing – addressing memory banks and timing parameters- i/o interfacing – types of i/o data transfer- programmable peripheral devices- 8255 – modes of operation, interfacing i/o devices to 8255- 8251 – usart – modes of operation and interface to rs-232c- interfacing dac and adcs- pic microcontrollers- introduction to 16 – bit pic micro controllers –architecture, programming, interfacing and applications
TEXT BOOKS:
1 A.K. Ray & Burchandi: Advanced Microprocessors and Peripherals, TMH,2003
2 Douglas V.Hall : Microprocessors and Interfacing, ( TMH ), 1992.
1. Ajay V. Deshmukh : Microcontrollers – Theory and Applications, TMH
EE305 ELECTRICAL MACHINES LAB-I (3-1-0)4
Determination of open circuit characteristic of D.C. machine, Determination of Load characteristics of D.C. generators, Speed control of D.C. motors using Armature control and Field control methods, Brake test on D.C. Shunt motor & Swinburne’s Test, Fields test on two identical D.C. Series machines, Retardation test on D.C. machines to determine moment of Inertia, Hopkinson test on two identical D.C. machines, O.C. and S.C. tests on single phase transformer, Load test on single phase transformer, Sumpners test on two single phase transformers, Scott connection of single phase transformers, Separation of no load losses of a single phase transformer
EE306 CIRCUITS LAB (0-0-3)2
Frequency response of second order RLC series circuit, Time response of second order RLC series circuit, Open circuit, Short circuit and ABCD parameters of two port networks, Verification of Kirchhoff’s laws and Tellegen’s Theorem, Verification of superposition and Thevenin’s Theorem, Verification of Maximum power transfer and Reciprocity Theorems, Phase lead network and Polar plots of Phasors I, VR,VC and VRC, Measurement of active and reactive powers of a 3-phase network using two wattmeters, Simulation of Frequency response of second order RLC series circuit using PSPICE, Simulation of Time response of second order RLC series circuit using PSPICE, Verification of superposition and Thevenin’s Theorem using PSPICE
EE351 POWER SYSTEM OPERATION AND CONTROL (3-1-0)4
Load flow studies- introduction- bus classification- load flow equations- iterative methods –fast decoupled methods –system data for load flow study-, p – q control- effect of synchronous machine excitation – power angle of a synchronous machine, specification of bus voltages. capacitor banks, control by transformers- economic operation of power systems- distribution of load between units within a plant and system- calculation of loss coefficients- load frequency control- introduction, load frequency problem, p-f control channel- q-v control channel- mathematical models of power system- p-f control of single and two control areas- power system stability- the stability problem, swing equation, equal area criterion- methods to improve steady state and transient stability- voltage stability. power system deregulation(qualitative treatment)- introduction- power system restructuring models- responsibilities and functions of independent system operator (iso) – iso models- available transfer capability(atc)- market power- congestion management- ancillary services.
TEXT BOOKS
1. W.D. Stevenson : Elements of power system analysis, McGraw Hill, 3rd Edition, 1998.
2. Olle I. Elgerd : Electric Energy Systems Theory – An introduction, TMGH 1973.
3. Kankar Bhattacharya, MHJ Bollen, JE Daalder: Operation of Restructured Power Systems, Kluwer Academic Pub.,USA.
EE352 POWER ELECTRONICS (3-1-0)4
Introduction- concepts of power electronics, scope and applications, types of power converters- phase controlled rectifiers- introduction, principles of phase-controlled converter operation- analysis with and without free wheeling diode of r,r-l and rlc load. single phase and three phase dual converters- d.c. choppers- introduction, basic principles of step-down and step-up operation, chopper classification, limitations of single-stage conversion, introduction to forward and flyback converters- inverters- introduction, principle of operation, performance parameters, voltage control of single phase inverters – single and multiple pulse width modulation- a.c. voltage controllers- introduction, principle of operation of single phase voltage controllers for r,r-l & r-l-e loads- cycloconverters-
TEXT BOOKS
2. M.H.Rashid – Power Electronics – circuits, devices and applications, PHI,2002
3. P.S.Bimbhra – Power Electronics, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi, 2002

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