Networks (Electric Circuits) Lab
This lab is endowed with equipment like Cathode Ray Oscilloscopes (CRO), Digital and Analog meters of a wide range and static electric equipment. The lab enables practical observation of different characteristics of electrical/ electronic elements when connected differently thus furnishing a good foundation on these components to the students in the initial years.
Electrical Machines Lab (DC & AC)
This lab is endowed wit DC machines like shunt generator,series generator,series motor,shunt motor and compound motor here the students performed No load,Load test and calculate the efficiency of each DC machine. The lab enables practical observation of different characteristics of DC Machines.This Lab is also having AC machines where the students performed the tests on single phase Transformers(OC & SC Tests),Sumpner's test and parallel operation of transformers.Here The students also perform tests on Alternators,Synchronous motor and Induction motor and then find the efficiency,regulation and then observe the performance of each machine.
Power Electronics Lab
This lab comprises of single phase Ac voltage controller,Single phase full bridge converter,Dc Jones chopper,Cyclo converter,Three phase Half controlled bridge converter,parallel and series inverters,single phase dual converter,Forced commutation circuits .So the students perform the tests and observe the performance of each converter and also students able to know the PSPICE simulation.
Electrical Measurements Lab
This lab comprises of phase shifting transformers, reactive load and various other equipment used for calibration and measurement of electrical quantities. The electrical bridge circuits like Kelvin’s Double Bridge, Anderson’s bridge, Schering Bridge facilitate the measurement of unknown values of elements like resistor, capacitor and inductor. Errors in electrical measuring instruments can also be found in this laboratory. One can also learn to measure real and reactive power of unbalanced loads.
Control Systems Lab
Here the students undergo practical training using MATLAB over various physical systems/ transfer functions. Stability analysis is done using Bode Plot and Root Locus Techniques. Other equipment like AC Servomotors, DC Servomotors and Synchros are utilized to observe the parameters physically. The demonstration kit is assembled here to study the control of AC load current having an electrical isolation through DC current (magnetic amplifier). Various circuits for compensations are designed and then included to the plant for obtaining stability.
M.Tech PS & PS-I Lab
This lab houses 36 systemswith a Server Configuration of Core i3 processor,Wipro Xegeon processor, Pentium IV, 2.8 GHz, 37GB, 1GB ecC RAM and a Client configuration of Pentium IV, 2.4 GHz processor, 512 MB RAM, 40 GB hard disk.
The lab is equipped with electrical system simulation software like MATLAB 7.0 SIMULINK, PSPICE 9.2 version, MULTISIM, Power Trans, Power Net and Power GIS. One can learn to solve various problems of electrical systems and study the stability by converting them to mathematical models. A complex system can be analyzed for optimization in a cost effective manner. Various tool boxes like Power System toolbox, Artificial Neural Networks tool box, Fuzzy Logic tool box, and Control Systems toolbox are also available for the students to train.
This centre focuses on research and development in various emerging fields and cutting edge technologies in order to bring out innovative ideas and products. To name a few projects that have been developed by the centre are-Electrical Traction System, Battery Operated Cycle, Fuel Cell Unit, Hybrid electric vehicle & Wireless electrical transmission.