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Kurukshetra Institute of Technology & Management,Kurukshetra

Course Plan (8th semester)

Course No : EE 402-E L T P/D TOTAL

Course Title : CMPS 3 1 3 4

Name of Teacher: Er. Veenu Sessional: 50 Marks

Theory: 100 Marks

S.NO

Topic No. of

Lectures

Planned

No. of

Lectures

Delivered

1 Unit 1: General: Impact of computers, orientation of

engineering problems to computers, review of matrices

and matrix operations.

02

2 Incidence and Network Matrices: Network graph,

various incidence matrices, generalized element

Representation.

03

3 Primitive network and primitive network matrices. 02

4 Formation of various network matrices by singular

transformations.

02

5 Inter- relations between various incidence matrices and

network.

01

Sessional 2

6 Unit 2:Bus Impedance and admittance matrices: Building algorithms for bus impedance matrix,

modification of bus impedance matrix for change of

reference bus and for network changes,

04

7 Formation of bus admittance matrix and modification

of three-phase network elements, treatment under

balanced and unbalanced excitation, transformation

matrices, and unbalanced elements.

03

8 UNIT-3

Short-Circuit Studies: Introduction, network short

circuit studies using Z bus, short circuit calculations

using symmetrical components for various types of

faults.

05

9 Load-Flow Studies: Introduction, importance of load

flow studies, classification of buses, load flow

equations, iterative methods

03

10 Computer algorithms and load flow solutions using

Gauss Seided and Newton Raphson methods,

decoupled and fast decoupled load flow solutions,

04

2

representation of regulating and off nominal ration

transformers, comparison of load flow solution

methods.

Sessional 3

11 Sparsity: Introduction, optimally ordered triangular

factorization, schemes of optimal ordering

2

12 Stability Studies: Algorithms flow chart and transient

stability solution using modified euler method.

2

13 Power System Security: introduction, contingency

analysis using Z bus and various distribution factors.

2

14 Revision 03

Total lectures 38

TEXT BOOK:

1. “Advance power system analysis & dynamics” by L.P Singh

2. “ Power system Anaysis” by W. Stagg.

Name & Sign of Teacher Head’s Signature with Date

1. ………………………

2. ………………………

3. ………………………

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Kurukshetra Institute of Technology & Management Kurukshetra

Course Plan (8th semester)

Course No : EE-414E L T P/D Total

Course Title : Utilization of Electrical Energy 3 1 4

Name of Teacher: Er. VEENU

Sessional: 50 Marks

Theory: 100 Marks

S. No.

Topic No. of

Lect.

planned

No. of

lect.

delivered Contents for the 1st sessional

1

UNIT 1: Illumination: Term used in illumination, Laws of

illumination, sources of light

3

2 arc lamp incandescent lamp, discharge lamp, sodium vapour,

mercury vapour lamp

3

3 florescent tubes, lightening schemes, method of lightning

calculation.

3

4 UNIT II: Electrical Heating: Advantages of Electrical Heating,

various types of Electrical heating

2

5 Power frequency and High frequency heating, Degree of heating

Elements

2

6 Equivalent circuit of arc furnace, Resistance heating, Arc heating

Induction heating, dielectric heating.

4

Contents for the 2nd sessional

7 Electric Welding: All types of electrical welding, resistance

welding, arc welding, electrical winding equipment

3

8 Comparison between AC & DC welding, types of electrodes,

advantages of coated electrodes.

2

9 UNIT III: Electroplating: Basic principle, faraday’s law of

electrostatics, terms used, Application of electrolysis, factors

governing electro deposition, power supply.

3

Contents for the 3rd sessional

10 Refrigeration & Air Conditioning: Basic principle, various

compression cycle & system its application, electric circuit of

refrigerator, air conditioner.

3

11 UNIT IV: Traction Motors: Different system of electric traction,

comparison between AC & DC system, block diagram of traction

system ,Starting-Speed control and braking-Speed control .

4

12 Braking –Speed time curves,-Mechanics of Train movement-

Tractive effort for acceleration – Power and energy output from

driving axles-Specific energy output and consumption-Train

resistance.

4

4

Total 36

(Teacher In-charge) H.O.D

TEXT BOOK: 1. H. Pratap, Art and Science of Utilization of Electric Energy, Dhanpat Rai & Sons,

New Delhi,1980.

2. J.B.Gupta, Utilization Of Electrical Energy and Traction. SK Kataria and Sons

REFERENCE BOOK: 1. Dr.S.L.Uppal, Electrical Power ,Khanna Publishers, New Delhi,1980.

2. M.L.Soni,P.V.Gupta,U.S.Bhatnagar,A.Chakrabarti,A Text Book On Power

System Engineering, Dhanpat Rai & Co,New Delhi1997-98

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Kurukshetra Institute of Technology & Management, Kurukshetra

Course Plan (8th semester)

Course No : EE 404- E L T P/D TOTAL

Course Title : Electrical Engineering

& Material Processing 3 0 - 3

Name of Teacher: Er. Ashish Aggarwal Sessional: 50 Marks

Theory : 100 Marks

Course Plan (2nd semester)

Course No : EE 210N L T P/D TOTAL

Course Title : Electrical Engineering

& Material Processing 3 0 - 3

Name of Teacher: Er. Ashish Aggarwal Sessional: 25 Marks

Theory : 75 Marks

Sr. NO.

TOPICS No. of

Lectures

Planned

No. of

Lectures

Delivered

Contents for 1st Sessional Test

UNIT-1

1 Conductors, Properties of conductors, High resistivity

materials and their properties

4

2 Alloys, Soldering and Brazing materials,

Superconductivity, Superconductor materials and their

applications.

4

UNIT-2

3 Insulators, classification of insulators, dielectric

materials, glass and ceramic refractory materials and

their uses

4

Contents for 2nd Sessional Test

4 Optical fibers, laser, opto-electronics materials,

semiconductor materials, properties of semiconductor

materials, thermosetting and thermoplastic materials.

4

UNIT-3

6

5 Classification of materials, Diamagnetic, Paramagnetic,

and Ferromagnetic materials,

4

6 Curie law and Curie-Weiss law, Ferromagnetism,

Hysteresis phenomenon, Hard & soft magnetic

materials and their applications, Ferrites, structure and

their property

4

Contents for 3rd Sessional Test

UNIT-4

7 Lapping, polishing, cleaning, masking,

photolithography, diffusion, oxidation and

metallization,

4

8 Welding, wire bonding, packaging, and encapsulation,

Heating, induction and dielectric,

4

9 Electron beam welding, cutting, annealing, Cold & Hot

rolling

4

TOTAL 36

Name & Signature of Teacher Head’s Signature

with Date

1. ……………..

2. ……………….

3. ……………

Reference Books:

1. SP Seth “A course in Electrical Engg. Material” (Dhanpat Rai & Sons).

2. Dekker, “Electrical Engg. Materials” (PHI).

3. PL Kapoor,”A text book of Electrical Engg. Material” (Khanna Publishers).

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Kurukshetra Institute of Technology & Management, Kurukshetra

Course Plan (6th Sem)

Course No. : EE- 308-N L T P/D TOTAL

Course Title : Electrical Machine Design 3 1 - 4

Name of Teacher : Er. Ashish Aggarwal Sessional : 25

Theory : 75

Sr. NO.

TOPICS No. of

Lectures

Planned

No. of

Lectures

Delivered

Contents for 1st Sessional Test

UNIT-1

1 DC MACHINE : Output equation of DC machine,

choice of specific loadings,

01

2 Choice of field poles, and speed of DC machine 02

3 Design of conductor windings, slot ,field poles, field

coils, commutator & machine design

03

4 GENERAL: General features & limitations of

Electrical machine design, types of enclosures, heat

dissipation, temperature rise, heating & cooling cycles,

02

5 Rating of machines, cooling media, & effect of size

and ventilation

02

Contents for 2nd Sessional Test

UNIT-2

6 Transformers: Standard specifications of

Transformer, Output equations, design of core, coil

tank, and cooling tubes

03

7 Calculation of parameters, magnetizing current, losses

& efficiency, temperature rise & regulations from

design data

03

8 Synchronous Machines: Specifications, ratings, and

dimensions, specific loadings, main dimensions,

02

8

9 Low speed machines, Turbo-generators, armature

conductors, cooling

02

Contents for 3rd Sessional Test

UNIT-3

10 3-Phase Induction Motors : Standard specifications,

output equations, specific loadings, main dimensions,

conductor size, and turns,

03

11 No. of slots, slots design, stator core, rotor design,

performance calculations

03

12 Single Phase Induction Motor : Output equations,

specific loadings, main dimensions, design of main &

auxiliary winding, capacitor design,

03

13 Equivalent circuit parameters, torque, efficiency 02

UNIT-4

14 Computerization of design procedures, development of

computer programs & performance predictions,

optimization techniques,& their applications to design

problems

05

TOTAL 36

Name & Signature of Teacher

Heads Signature with Date

1 ………………………..

2 ………………………..

3 ………………………..

Reference Books:

Electrical Machine Design By A. K. Sahwny

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Kurukshetra Institute of Technology & Management, Kurukshetra

Course Plan (6th semester)

Course No : EE 306- N L T P/D TOTAL

Course Title : Power System Apparatus Protection 4 1 - 5

Name of Teacher: Er. Veenu Sessional: 25 Marks

Theory : 75 Marks

Sr.

NO.

TOPICS No. of

Lectures

Planned

No. of

Lectures

Delivered

Contents for the 1st sessional

1 UNIT:1 Introduction Characteristics & representation of components of

a power system, synchronous machines, transformers, lines cables & loads.

Single line diagram of a power system Flow of zero sequence current , zero

sequence impedance diagrams of power system with different types of

connections

PROTECTIVE RELAYING Protection of transformer, transmission

line, bus-bar. Carrier protection. Functional characteristics of relays,

operating principle of electromagnetic and static relays, over current

relays, directional over current, differential relay, impedance relay

06

06

2 Unit:2 Neutral grounding – need for neutral grounding, various type of

neutral grounding

Circuit interruption—theory of arc formation, its interruption in d.c. and

a.c. circuits re-striking and recovery voltage, interruption of capacitive

and inductive current, rupturing capacity and rating of circuit breakers

02

04

Contents for the 2nd sessional

10

3 CIRCUIT BREAKERS classification of circuit breakers, circuit

breakers of low, medium and high voltages , multi break and resistance

switching, auto restoring of high capacity and H.V. breakers.

Fault Analysis-- Symmetrical faults, calculation of faults current, use of

current limiting reactors

Unsymmetrical faults -- types of transformation in power system

analysis, symmetrical components transformation, sequence impedance

of power system elements.

05

05

05

Content for 3rd sessional

4 Sequence network of power system analysis of unsymmetrical short faults , Network analysis & it’s application to interconnected system. Protective System features of good protective system, elements of relay, terms connected with relay,time grading of over current protection., differential relay, distance or impedence relay, static relays (elementary idea) Protection of alternators, transformer, bus-bar, lines

04

07

Total 44

Text book:

1 Power system analysis & stability by S.S. Vadhera

2 Switchgear and protection by J. B. Gupta

3 Electrical Power System by C.L. Wadhwa

NAME AND SIGN OF TEACHER

Head sign with date

1---------------------

2 --------------------

3----------------------

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Kurukshetra Institute of Technology & Management, Kurukshetra Course Plan (6th semester)

Course No : EE 310- N L T P/D TOTAL

Course Title : Electrical Drive Technology 4 0 - 4

Name of Teacher: Er. Veenu Goel Sessional: 25 Marks

Theory : 75 Marks

Sr.

NO.

TOPICS No. of

Lectures

Planned

No. of

Lectures

Delivered

Contents for 1st Sessional Test

UNIT-1

1 Introduction: Definition & classification of different

types of drives, review of characteristics and components

of electric drives, speed control methods of various A.C.

& D.C. drives, its advantages, and applications,

Acceleration and retardation time, energy consideration.

05

2 Braking of Drives: Various methods of braking of A.C. &

D.C. drives, automatic control arrangement, characteristics

and application, Acceleration and retardation time, energy

consideration.

04

Contents for 2nd Sessional Test

3 Induction Motor (A.C. Drives): Basic principle of

induction motor drives, 3-phase A.C. voltage controller

fed I.M. drive, variable frequency control, voltage source

inverter (VSI), current source inverter (CSI),

Cycloconverter fed IM drive, slip power control, static

rotor resistance control, chopper control of 3-phase slip

ring induction motor.

05

UNIT-2

4 D.C. Drives: 1-phase half controlled & fully controlled

rectifier fed separately excited D.C. motor, 3-phase half

controlled & fully controlled rectifier fed separately

excited D.C. motor.

04

12

5 Performance & characteristics of 1-phase & 3-phase

rectifier controlled D.C. drives, Control techniques of D.C.

drives using chopper, multi-quadrant control of chopper

fed motors.

04

UNIT-4

6 Traction Drives: Nature of traction load, motors,

conventional D.C. & A.C. traction drives, their

characteristics,

02

7 D.C. traction using chopper controlled D.C. motors, poly-

phase A.C. motors for traction drives, speed time

relationship, tractive effort for propelling a train, power of

traction motor.

03

8 Rating of Motors: Determination of motor rating, nature

of loads, and classes of motor duty, frequency of operation

of motor subjected to intermittent loads, pulse loads, etc.,

Thermal model of motor for heating and cooling.

03

Contents for 3rd Sessional Test

UNIT-3

9 Dynamics of Electric Drives: Components &

classification of load torque, fundamental load torque

equation, permissible frequency of starting and stopping,

definite time, speed torque conventions.

04

10 Speed and current limit control, automatic starting and

pull-in operation of synchronous motors.

03

11 Digitally controlled (Microprocessor control of electric

drives):Application areas and functions of microprocessor

in drive technology, block diagram of arrangement and

comparison of with other methods, components of digital

control, vector control of IM drive using µP.

03

TOTAL 40

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Name & Signature of Teacher Head’s Signature

with Date

1. ………………

………..

2. ………………

………..

3. ………………

………..

Reference Books:

1. Fundamental of Electric Drives by G.K. Dubey

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Kurukshetra Institute of Technology & Management, Kurukshetra

Course Plan (6th semester)

Course No : EEN 312-N L T P/D TOTAL

Course Title : DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING 4 1 - 5

Name of Teacher: Er. Ashish Aggarwal Sessional: 25 Marks

Theory: 75 Marks

S.NO

Topic NO. OF

LECT.

UNIT

1.

DISCRETE TRANSFORMS

1. Introduction about DSP, Introduction about Z-transform,

Properties of Z-transform, Inversion of Z-transform, One sided

Z-transform, Sol. Of Differential equations.

3

2. Analysis of LTI system, causality, Stability, test, relationship

between Z-transform & Fourier transform, Freq. Selective

filters: all pass filters.

3

3. Minimum-phase, max.-phase, Mixed-phase systems, Sampling 2

4. DFT, Properties of DFT, linear filtering using DFT, Freq.

analysis using DFT.

2

5. Radix-2, radix-4, Goertzel algorithm, Chirp Z-transform. 2

6. Applications of FFT algorithm, Computation of DFT of real

sequences, Quantization effects in computation of DFT.

2 (14)

UNIT

2.

IMPLEMENTATION OF DISCRETE TIME SYSTEMS

1. Direct form, cascade form, Frequency sampling. 2

2. Lattice structure for FIR systems: Direct forms, Transposed

form,

Cascade form, Parallel form.

3

3. Lattice & lattice ladder structure for IIR systems, State space

structures, Quantization of filter co-efficient structures for all

pass filter.

3 (8)

UNIT

3.

DESIGN OF FIR FILTERS

1. Characteristics of frequency selective filters, Filter design

specifications peak pass band ripple.

2

2. Minimum stop band attenuation, Four types of FIR filters

Design using window: Kaiser, Frequency sampling method.

3

15

3. Gibbs phenomenon, Optimum equiripple FIR filters, Alternation

Theorem.

3 (8)

UNIT

4.

DESIGN OF IIR FILTERS

1. Design of IIR filters from analog filters, Approximation of

derivatives, Impulse invariance method, Bilinear transformation

method.

2

2. Butterworth filter, Chebyshev filter, Elliptical analog filter,

Design of IIR filters.

2

3. Frequency transformation, Least square methods, Design of

IIR filters in frequency domain.

2 (6)

Total No. of Lectures 36

Text Books: 1. John G.Prokias , Digital Signal Processing, PHI. 2. Salivahan, Digital Signal Processing, TMH. Reference Books 1. S.K. Mitra, Digital Signal Processing, TMH Publications. 2. Rabiner & Gold, Digital Signal Processing, PHI Publications. 3. Alon V.Oppenhelm, Digital Signal Processing, PHI Publications.

Name & Sign of Teacher Head’s Signature with Date

1. ………………………

2. ………………………

3. ………………………

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Kurukshetra Institute of Technology & Management, Kurukshetra

Course Plan (6th semester)

Course No : EE 304- N L T P/D TOTAL

Course Title : Microcontroller and Applications 4 1 - 5

Name of Teacher: Er. Ashish Aggarwal Sessional: 25 Marks

Theory: 75 Marks

S.No. Topic No. of Lectures

Planned

No. of Lectures

Delivered

Contents for First Sessional Test

UNIT I

1.

Introduction:- Comparing Microprocessors

and Microcontrollers. Technological trends in

Microcontrollers development. Survey of

Microcontrollers – 4 bit, 8-bit, 16-bit, 32-bit

Microcontrollers. Applications of

Microcontrollers.

4

UNIT II

2 8051 Architecture:

block diagram, pin. Diagram of 8051 2

3. Functional descriptions of internal units,

registers, PSW, internal RAM, ROM 3

4. stack, Oscillator and Clock. I/O pins, ports and

circuits connecting external memory 2

Contents for Second Sessional Test

5.

Counters and timers. Serial data interrupt.

Serial data transmission/reception and

transmission modes 3

6. Timer flag interrupt. External interrupt,

software generated interrupts 2

7.

External memory and memory space

decoding, expanding I/Os, memory mapped

I/O reset & CLK circuits 2

UNIT III

8. 8051 Instruction Set and Programming:

8051 instruction syntax, addressing modes 2

17

S.No. Topic No. of Lectures

Planned

No. of Lectures

Delivered

9.

data transfer instructions, logical instructions,

arithmetic instructions, jump and call

instructions, Interrupts and interrupts handler

subroutines

4

Contents for Third Sessional Test

10.

Writing assembly language programs. Time

delays. Pure S/W polled timer. Pure H/W

delay. Lookup tables 2

UNIT IV

11.

8051 Applications: interfacing keyboards

programs for small keyboards and matrix

keyboards

3

12. Interfacing multiplexed displays, numeric

displays and LCD displays 2

13.

Measuring frequency and pulse width.

Interfacing ADCs & DACs. Hardware circuits

for handling multiple interrupts 3

14. 8051 serial data communication modes-

modes 0, modes 1, mode 2, mode 3 2

15. revision 3

Total 39

Reference Books:

1. K.J. Ayala, The 8051 microcontroller 2nd edition Penram international

2. M.A. Mazidi, The 8051 microcontroller and Embedded system, 2nd edition,

Pearson Education

Name & Sign of Teacher Head’s Signature with Date

1……………………

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