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Basic Electrical and Electronics Laboratory is used with the institute core course “Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering”. This lab can accommodate about 400 students in a semester. The lab has fully equipped setup benches to carry out numerous fundamental experiments in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. The experiments are designed to expose students to the practical executions of the fundamental theories of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

Equipment:
Each experimental bench is equipped with variable AC and DC power supplies with adequate protections, which enables students to carry out the experiments in an "electrically safe environment". The lab is equipped with demonstrations, voltmeters, ammeters, various size and type of transformers, various types and sizes of motors and generators.

Basic Electrical Engineering Lab-I

 DC motors

 Induction motors

 Digital Oscilloscopes

 Cut-out sections of AC and DC machines

 Rectifier unit

 Function generators

 Load banks

Basic Electrical Engineering Lab-II

 DC motors

 Induction motors

 Digital Oscilloscopes

 Cut-out sections of AC and DC machines

 Function generators

 

 Faculty Incharge: P Chandra Babu, Asst Prof, EEE.


Construction, analysis, and characterization of circuits with student-owned Lab-in-a-Box system. Experiments include: characterization of breadboard backplane wiring; component tolerances; Ohm's law; Kirchhoff's laws; series and parallel resistors; voltage and current dividers; mesh-current and node-voltage analysis; superposition and Thevenin equivalents; series RC and RL circuits.

Circuit analysis and design using discrete R, L, and C components, as well as op-amps and transformers, is a fundamental skill for electrical engineers. Using a student-owned analog and digital trainer, a digital multi-meter, and an oscilloscope, the student learns to build and analyze real dc circuits and compare experimental results with theoretical results and computational models. 

Equipment:
Each experimental bench is equipped with variable AC and DC power supplies with adequate protections, which enables students to carry out the experiments in an "electrically safe environment". A primary purpose of this lab course is for you to master the use of electronic test equipment. The devices we will be using include DC power supplies, breadboards, digital multi-meters ”DMM”, oscilloscope and afunction generator, as well as some resistors, capacitors and inductors, so we can have something to measure-on.

Electrical Circuits & Simulation Lab

 Oscilloscopes

 Measuring Instruments

 Regulated Power Supply

 Function Generators

 Rectifier unit

 Load banks

 Computers

 

List of Experiments:

(Any 10-Experiments from the following)

  1. Verification of Maximum Power Transfer Theorems.
  2. Verification of RMS value of complex wave.
  3. Verification of Reciprocity, Millmans Theorems.
  4. Series and Parallel Resonance.
  5. Determination of Self, Mutual Inductances and Coefficient of coupling.
  6. Determination of Z and Y Parameters.
  7. Measurement of Active Power for Star and Delta connected balanced loads.
  8. Measurement of Reactive Power for Star and Delta connected balanced loads.
  9. Measurement of 3-phase Power by two- Wattmeter Method for unbalanced loads.
  10. Simulation of Nodal Analysis.
  11. Simulation of Mesh Analysis.
  12. DC Transient response using Do Circuits.

Outcomes:
After completion of course the student will be able to

  1. Determine the equivalent circuit of Thevenin's , Norton' , Maximum Power Transfer, Millman's, Compensation and Reciprocity theorems.
  2. Determine the RMs value of complex wave.
  3. Determine the resonant frequency for series and parallel RLC circuits.
  4. Determine the two -port network parameters (Z & Y).
  5. Measurement of 3-phase active and reactive power for balanced and unbalanced networks.
  6. Determine the mesh voltages and nodal currents using PSPICE . 

Faculty Incharge: V Dhanunjaya, Asst Prof, EEE.


The electrical machines laboratory is equipped with DC machines like DC Motors, DC Generators etc and AC machines like Synchronous Motor, Alternator, Transformer, Induction Motor etc of both single phase and three phase types, industrial type synchronizing panel, etc., enabling our students to work in an industrial environment. The lab facilities are sufficient to conduct experiments as per curriculum and much more relevant experiments. Electrical Machines Lab provides the students with experimental verification of the theoretical concepts studied in the two courses, DC Electrical Machines and AC Electrical machines along with its industrial applications.

Equipment: 
This laboratory is equipped with various types of equipment, such as DC generator, AC generator, Induction motor, Capacitor start motor, Capacitor run motor, Tachometer, Three phase power supply, Electro dynameters, phase meters, Synchronous machine, DC compound motor, single phase induction motor, three phase induction motor, DC power supply, Transformer, Rheostat, single and three phase voltage regulators, ammeter, voltmeter etc. Using these machines and meters, students mainly perform experiments on finding the machine characteristics and various parameter values.

Electrical Machine Lab-I

 DC Motors &DC Generators

 Measuring Instruments

 Load banks

 Rectifier unit

Electrical Machine Lab-II

 AC Motors &Alternators

 Transformers

 Measuring Instruments

 Load banks

 1-Phase & 3-Phase Auto-Transformers

 



List of Experiments:

Electrical Machines-I
(Any 10-Experiments from the following)

  1. Magnetization characteristics of DC shunt generator.
  2. Load test on DC shunt generator.
  3. Load test on DC series generator.
  4. Separation of losses in DC shunt motor.
  5. Hopkinsons test on DC shunt machines.
  6. Fields test on DC series machines.
  7. Swinburnes test on DC Shunt Machine.
  8. Brake test on DC compound motor.
  9. Retardation test on DC shunt motor.
  10. Load test on DC compound generator.
  11. OC & SC Tests on Single phase Transformer
  12. Sumpners test on a pair of single phase transformers
  13. Scott connection of transformers.
  14. Parallel operation of single phase transformers.
  15. Separation of core losses of single phase transformer. 

Outcomes:
After Completion of the course, the students will be able to

  1. Determine the performance of a single phase transformer by conducting Open Circuit (OC) and Short Circuit (SC) tests and Sumpner’s test.
  2. Understand 3-phase to 2-phase transformation using the Scott connection and determine the different losses of the transformers.
  3. Determine the performance characteristics of DC shunt and DC compound generators by conducting load tests.
  4. Implement the speed control techniques for a separately excited DC motor
  5. Determine the performance characteristics of DC machine by conducting direct and indirect tests.

 

ELECTRICAL MACHINES–II
(Any 10-Experiments from the following)

  1. Brake test on three phase squirrel cage induction motor 
  2. No-load & blocked rotor tests on three phase Induction
  3. Regulation of a three phase alternator by synchronous impedance (EMF & MMF)   method.
  4. V and inverted V curves of a three - phase Synchronous motor.
  5. Equivalent circuit of a single phase induction motor.
  6. Determination of Xd and Xq of a salient pole synchronous
  7. Regulation of a three phase alternator by ZPF & ASA method
  8. Efficiency of a three phase alternator
  9. O.C. & S.C. Test on single phase transformer.
  10. Sumpner's test on a pair of single phase transformers
  11. Parallel Operation of Single Phase Transformers.
  12. Parallel Operation of alternators by Dark lamp method.

Outcomes:
After Completion of the course, the students will be able to

  1. Determine the Equivalent circuit parameters of three phase induction motor
  2. Determine the Xd, & Xq of salient pole synchronous machine.
  3. Determine the equivalent circuit parameters of single phase induction motor.
  4. Determine the Circle diagram of 3-phase induction motor
  5. Determine the V and inverted V curves of 3-phase synchronous machine
  6. Determine the Regulation of 3-phase alternator by Z.P.F. method, ASA methods.

Faculty Incharge: G Naresh Kumar, Asst Prof, EEE.


 

The feedback automatic control systems are an essential feature of numerous industrial processes, scientific instruments and even commercial, social and management situations. A thorough understanding of the elementary principles of this all embracing technology is of great relevance for all engineers and scientists. This laboratory course gives hands-on experience to the feedback automatic control concepts covered in the theory course. 

Equipment:
The Control Systems Lab in the Department of Engineering Technology contains a variety of laboratory equipment used in design and experimentation of digital and analog electromechanical feedback control systems. The equipment in this lab include Time response kit, Magnetic Amplifiers, AC & DC Servomotors, Temperature Controller, Synchros, PLC etc.,

Control Systems Lab

 DC & AC Servo motor Trainer Kit

 Synchro- Transmitter & Receiver Kit

 Time response Kit

 Temperature Controller Kit

 P, PI, PID Controller Kit

 PLC Kit

 Magnetic Amplifier Kit

 Digital Oscilloscopes

 Computers 


List of Experiments:

(Any 10-Experiments from the following)

  1. Time response of Second order system.
  2. Characteristics of Synchros.
  3. Effect of feedback on DC servo motor.
  4. Transfer function of DC motor.
  5. Transfer function of DC generator.
  6. Temperature controller using PID.
  7. Characteristics of AC servo motor
  8. Characteristics of magnetic amplifiers
  9. Simulation of Op-Amp based Integrator and Differentiator circuits.
  10. Linear system analysis (Time domain analysis, Error analysis) using MATLAB.
  11. Stability analysis (Bode, Root Locus, Nyquist) of Linear Time Invariant system using MATLAB.
  12. State space model for classical transfer function using MATLAB - Verification.
  13. Effect of P, PD, PI, PID Controller on a second order systems.
  14. Programmable logic controller - Study and verification of truth tables of logic gates, simple Boolean expressions and application of speed control of motor.

Outcomes:
After completion of course the student will be able to

  1. To determine experimentally the time and frequency domain reposes of a given second order system.
  2. Conduct experiment to study the effect of P, PI & PID controller on the step response of a feedback control system.
  3. conduct experiment to draw the performance characteristics of Dc, Ac servomotor & synchro transmitter-receiver pair.
  4. Evaluate the transfer function of DC Shunt machine by conducting the experiment.
  5. Differentiate the characteristics of series and parallel magnetic amplifier by performing the test.

Faculty Incharge: K Santhosh, Asst Prof, EEE.

 

Power electronics is the technology associated with the efficient conversion, control and conditioning of electric power by static means from its available input form into the desired electrical output form.

Power electronic converters can be found wherever there is a need to modify the electrical energy form (i.e. modify its voltage, current or frequency.) With “classical” electronics, electrical currents and voltage are used to carry information, whereas with power electronics, they carry power. Some examples of uses for power electronic systems are DC/DC converters used in many mobile devices, such as cell phones or PDAs, and AC/DC converters in computers and televisions. Large scale power electronics are used to control hundreds of megawatt of power flow across our nation.

Equipment:
 The power electronics lab is equipped with the following prominent equipments like Single-phase half converter, Single-phase full converter, Three-phase half wave and full wave converter, Voltage commutated chopper, Current commutated chopper, Series inverter, Parallel inverter, AC voltage controller using SCR and TRIAC, Single-phase cyclo-converter, Cathode Ray Oscilloscope, Function generator, Regulated Power Supply, Digital Storage Oscilloscope etc.,

Power Electronics Lab

 Trainer kits

 Digital storage Oscilloscope

 Regulated Power Supply

 3-Phase Auto-Transformer

 Desktop Computers

 

List of Experiments:

(Any 10-Experiments from the following)

  1. Study of Characteristics of SCR, MOSFET & IGBT.
  2. Single Phase AC Voltage Controller with R and RL Loads.
  3. Single Phase fully controlled bridge converter with R and RL loads.
  4. DC Jones chopper with R and RL Loads.
  5. Single Phase Cyclo-converter with R and RL loads.
  6. Three phase half controlled bridge converter with R and RL loads.
  7. Thyristorised drive for PMDC motor with speed measurement and closed loop control.
  8. Thyristorised drive for 1hp DC motor with speed measurement and closed loop control.
  9. Closed loop control of dc motor using three phase fed four quadrant chopper drive.
  10. Speed measurement & closed loop control of PMDC motor using MOSFET/IGBT chopper drive.
  11. Simulation of single-phase full converter and single-phase AC voltage controller with RLE loads using Simulink.
  12. Simulation of Resonance Pulse commutation circuit and Buck chopper using Simulink.
  13. Simulation of Single Phase inverter with PWM controller using Simulink.
  14. Simulation of Single Phase Half controlled converter with R and RL loads using Simulink.  

Outcomes: 
At the end of the lab course, the student will be able to

  1. Elucidate the basic operation of various power semiconductor devices and passive components.
  2. Analyze power electronics circuits.
  3. Apply power electronic circuits for different loads.

Faculty Incharge: R Ganesh, Asst Prof, EEE.

This Laboratory gives a clear exposition on the theoretical aspect of the subject through laboratory demonstration and experimental setup on various topics. Experiments are designed to elaborate the functions of various microprocessors (8085, 8086) and 8051 (microcontroller) through software and hardware based experiments. The objective of the laboratory is to enhance the practical knowledge of the students by performing experiments based on logical and arithmetic operations and how to interface memory and other peripherals with processors.

Equipment:

The laboratory is well equipped with 8085 trainer kits and computers are installed with Microsoft Assembler (MASM) and Keil Software. A comprehensive lab manual is also provided in the lab to aid the students to perform the experiments with ease and proper understanding. The experiments included in the curriculum covers all the concepts of programming studied in theory. Some additional value added experiments are also included in the end. 

Microprocessors and Micro Controllers Lab

 8086 Microprocessors trainer kits 

 8051 Micro controller trainer kits

 Interfacing kits & DMA controllers

 Microcontroller simulation S/W (KEIL)

 Desktop computers

List of Experiments:

PART A

Note: The following Programs/Experiments are to be written for Assembler and execute the same with 8086 kits.

  1. Programs for 16 Bit Arithmetic operations for 8086 (using various Addressing Modes).
  2. Program for sorting an array an array for 8086.
  3. Program for searching for a number or character in a string for 8086.
  4. Program for string manipulations for 8086.
  5. Program for interfacing ADC to 8086.
  6. Program for Interfacing DAC to 8086.
  7. Program for Parallel Communication between two microprocessors using 8255.
  8. Program for serial Communication between two microprocessors using 8251.
  9. Program for Interfacing 8086 to control stepper motor.

PART B

Note: All programs should be done using Kiel Software & 8051 µc Development Boards.

  1. Write a Program for performing basic Arithmetic & logical operations using 8051 µc
  2. Write a Program blink an LED with time delay in different waysusing 8051 µc
  3. Write a Program to interface an LCD using 8051 µc
  4. Write a Program to interface an Keyboard & 7-segment display using 8051 µc
  5. Write a Program to establish serial communication(Rx & Tx) using 8051 µc
  6. Write a Program blink an LED with a time delay using Hardware timers (T0 & T1)

OUTCOMES:

  1. To familiarize with the assembly level programming.
  2. Design circuits for various applications using microcontrollers.
  3. An in-depth knowledge of applying the concepts on real- time applications.

Faculty Incharge: K Rama, Asst Prof, EEE.


The Electrical Power Systems Laboratory has been set up mainly to teach the practical aspects of Power Systems Engineering to students. 

Details will be updated soon!!!
 
 

The Digilent myDigital accessory board for the NI myDAQ is designed to work in conjunction with myDAQ to provide students a cost-effective, portable, and engaging platform for teaching electronics. Along with NI Multisim the myDigital and myDAQ provide everything needed to allow students to design, construct, and test basic analog and digital designs.

Equipment: 

  1. Multi-sim software, 
  2. myDAQ trainer kit, 
  3. myDAQ breadboard,
  4. Interfacing board,
  5. Desktop Computers.

Objectives: At the end of the course, students will demonstrate the able to

  1. Understand the practical issues related to practical implementation of applications using electronic circuits.
  2. Choose appropriate components, software and hardware platforms.
  3. Design a printed circuit board, get it made and populated/soldier it with components.
  4. Work as a team with other students to implement an application.

List of experiments:

Part-A
(Any 3-Experiments from the following)

  1. Design of regulated power supply.
  2. Design of battery charging circuits. 
  3. Design of voltage regulator for variable speed applications.
  4. Power electronic converters using SCRs.
  5. Design of fuel cell model.
  6. Design of wind model.

Part-B
(Any 5-Experiments from the following)

  1. Op amp-I
    Op-Amp Open-Loop Gain; Inverting Amplifier; Non Inverting Amplifier; Follower; Current Source; Current-to-Voltage Converter; Summing Amplifier; Push-Pull Buffer.
  1. Op amp-II
    Op-Amp Limitations; Active Rectifier; Improved Active Rectifier; Active Clamp; Integrator; Differentiator.
  1. Op amp-III
    Single-Supply Op-Amp; Comparator; Schmitt Trigger; Negative Impedance Converter.
  1. Combinational logic
    Logic Probe and Level Indicators; Diode Gates; Discrete TTL NAND Gate; Exclusive OR; Multiplexer; Adder and Magnitude Comparator; CMOS Gates.
  1. Waveform generators
    Power Supplies; Discrete 5V Regulator; the 723 Regulator; Three Terminal Fixed Regulators; Three Terminals Adjustable Regulator; Three Terminal Regulators as Current Source.
  1. Analog- digital conversion
    Digital-Analog Converter, Tracking Analog-Digital Convertor.
  1. Microprocessor- I
    Introduction; Address Counter and Display; Data Bus and Display; Memory.
  1. Microprocessor- II
    Central Processor; Address Display Enable; Memory Enable; Clock; Simple Program.
  1. Microprocessor- III
    Timing Program; Input/output Programming; Device Decoding; Decimal Arithmetic; Exercise.
  1. Microprocessor- IV
    Modifications to Existing Circuit; Counter Hardware; Period Measurement Program; Decimal Frequency Readout; 0.99 Hz Range.
  1. Microprocessor- V
    D/A Conversion; Tracking A/D converter; Digital Voltmeter; XY Display.

Outcomes:
At the end of the lab course,students will be able to

  1. Design and test various basic linear application circuits using Opamps.
  2. Design and test various waveform generation circuits using Opamps, Comparators and IC packages.
  3. Design and test various Opamp based Active Filter Circuits.
  4. Acquire knowledge on the Filter approximation problem and its various solutions in analog domain.
  5. Acquire knowledge on analysis and design of CMOS differential amplifiers and CMOS Opamps.
  6.  Demonstrate ability to handle arithmetic operations using assembly language programming in Multi-Sim and training boards.


Details will be updated soon!!!

The laboratory is involved in all the areas of study, related to measurement and calibration. It is equipped with all measuring instruments, phase-shifting transformers, bridge circuits and induction coil etc. Here students learn to calibrate the meters, verify theorems, and understand hysteresis characteristics & other important concepts related to measuring.

Equipment:
Measurement of different electrical parameters such as voltage, current, power, energy, resistance, inductance, capacitance etc. are performed in Electrical Measurements laboratory. The constructional features of different indicating type instruments like PMMC, MI, Electro-dynamometer etc. are described in the instrument workshop. In addition to the measurement, calibration of instruments such as ammeter, voltmeter, wattmeter, energy meter etc. are performed in this laboratory. Measurement of current and voltage using instrument transformer is an important feature of this laboratory. Measurement of low resistance using Kelvin double bridge, and measurement of inductance and capacitance are performed using different ac bridge methods.

Electrical Measurement Lab

 Transformer oil testing unit

 AC & DC bridges

 Measuring Instruments

 Load banks




List of Experiments:


PART-A
(All the Experiments are mandatory) 

  1. Calibration and Testing of single phase energy Meter
  2. Calibration of dynamometer power factor meter
  3. Crompton D.C. Potentiometer – Calibration of PMMC ammeter and PMMC voltmeter
  4. Kelvin’s double Bridge – Measurement of resistance – Determination of Tolerance.
  5. Dielectric oil testing using H.T. testing kit.
  6. Schering Bridge & Anderson Bridge.
  7. Measurement of 3-phase reactive power with single-phase wattmeter.
  8. Measurement of parameters of a choke coil using 3 voltmeter and 3 ammeter methods.

PART-B
(Any 2-Experiments from the following)

  1. Calibration LPF wattmeter – by Phantom testing.
  2. LVDT and capacitance pickup – characteristics and Calibration.
  3. Resistance strain gauge – strain measurements and Calibration.
  4. Measurement of Energy by using NET METER.
  5. Measurement of High resistance and insulation resistance using Megger.

Outcomes: 
At the end of the course, the student will be able to

  1. Know the procedures for measuring Resistance, Inductance and Capacitance of different ranges. 
  2. Perform experiments to measure three phase power, frequency and core losses. 
  3. Design experiments for calibration of energy meter. 
  4. Know the industrial practices of Measuring earth resistance, dielectric strength of transformer oil & Testing of underground cables. 

Faculty Incharge: Y Vijay Reddy, Asst Prof, EEE.


PG:


Electrical machines and power system are the back bone of electrical engineering and play a vital role in industry. It is therefore essential that students of Electrical Engineering should have a proper background in these areas. 

The objectives of the lab are to:

  1. Educate: Power system issues, especially power quality problems, are difficult to understand – provide hands-on learning to supplement classroom theory.  
  2. Demonstrate: Full scale equipment and metering to allow students and researchers to thoroughly evaluate results of experimentation.  
  3. Demystify: Allows complex power systems, power quality and transient problems to be explored in detail.  
  4. R&D – Provides an environment for cutting edge electric power systems and technology research, prototyping, development, and demonstration.  
  5. Test: Evaluate and test equipment produced by the manufacturing community.

Equipment:
Power Systems Laboratory is equipped with an electrical power transmission training system, a protective relay application training system, AC and DC machines (DC motors, synchronous motors and induction motors), a distribution transformer trainer and a power quality analyzer. It is used for teaching basic and advanced concepts in power system generation, transmission and distribution, and training in power quality analysis. The lab is equipped with power quality analysis of electrical distribution systems for conducting tests. It is also used for power system modeling and analysis and power quality for research in this area.

The lab is primarily used for teaching power system basic and advance modeling; transformers, transmission lines and generation; distribution network and fault analysis; protective relays characteristics and schematics; and power quality analysis.

List of Experiments:

  1. Determination of  sequence  impedance  of  an  alternator  by fault analysis.  
  2. Measurement of sequence impedance of a 3 phase transformer. 
  3. Power angle characteristics of a salient pole synchronousmachine. 
  4. Milli Volt drop test – Caliberation of Tong Tester. 
  5. Transmission line (ABCD) parameter. 
  6. Break down characteristics of a sphere gap 
  7. Determination of breakdown strength of transformer oil. 
  8. Determination of leakage current of pin insulator. 
  9. Voltage distribution across the string insulator 
  10. IDMT Relay Characteristics 
  11. Measurement of Earth resistance using 3-electrode method.
  12. Speed control of motor using V/F method.

Outcomes:

  1. Evaluate load flow parameters using Numerical Methods.
  2. Analyze the performance of Transmission lines, relays, CT, PT and Insulator strings.
  3. Analyze the stability and the sequence impedances of AC Machines.

Faculty Incharge: K Mahesh, Assoc Prof, EEE.


The renewable energy laboratory provides training for students in fundamental and applied research associated with the development and optimization of new solar energy technologies.

Equipment:
Laboratory is equipped with I-V Curve Tracer, Single Phase String Inverter, Pyranometers , Data Logger (micro logger), Testo IR Camera System, 3-Cup Anemometer, Wind Speed & Direction, RTD, AC & DC Energy Meters , Solar PV Modules, Web based s/w for data-logging etc.,


List of Experiments:

  1. Single PV module I-V and P-V characteristics with radiation and temperature changing effect.
  2. Measurement of Intensity of solar radiation 
  3. Study of Effect of tilt angle on solar PV panel
  4. I-V and P-V characteristics with series and parallel combination of modules.
  5. Effect of shading and Effect of tilt angle on I-V and P-V characteristics of solar module. 
  6. To determine the efficiency of Solar PV panel at different irradiance levels 
  7. Study of Stand-alone system using Combine AC and DC load system with battery.
  8. Observe the output voltage waveform of inverter in auto mode.
  9. Variables Affecting Solar Panel Output 
  10. Effect of Load on Solar Panel Output 
  11. Experimental study of solar PV pumping system. 
  12. Hot-spot detection in solar Pv modules using thermal imager
     

Outcomes:

 


Faculty Incharge: N Ramchander, Assoc Prof, EEE.


Power system analysis lab is a computer model that mimics the operation of a real or proposed Power Engineering system. Simulation tool helps in validating the ideas and new concepts which born’s in an engineer’s mind which seeks for solution to a problem. Sophisticated Computer programs are used in Laboratory for the purpose of analysis.

Equipment:

This lab houses 18 Laptops with a Configuration of  Core i3 processor, 2.4 GHz processor, 4GB RAM, 500 GB hard disk.

The lab is equipped with electrical system simulation software like MATLAB, SIMULINK, 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.

List of Experiments:

  1. Write a program to form Y bus by Inspection method. 
  2. Write a program for formation of Y bus by singular matrix transformation 
  3. Study of load flow methods
  4. Gauss-Siedel method 
  5. Newton Raphson Method 
  6. Write a program for fault analysis for LG, LLG, LLL 
  7. Write a program for security analysis using load flow & ranking of contingency 
  8. Write a program for ranking of contingency using overload security analysis 
  9. Study of ready-made industry standard / commercial software packages for above analysis 
  10. Write a program to form Zbus matrix.
  11. Develop program for Transient Stability Analysis for Single Machine connected to Infinite Bus by Point by Point Method.
  12. Develop Program for Distribution System Reliability Analysis.

 Outcomes:

 

 

Faculty Incharge: D Gireesh Kumar, Asst Prof, EEE.


Artificial Intelligence Lab is well established and fully equipped with Laptops. It provides a wide approach in programming and enables to apply knowledge in latest computer algorithms, Compiler Design, and Artificial Intelligence.

Equipment:
This lab houses 18 Laptops with a Configuration of  Core i3 processor, 2.4 GHz processor, 4GB RAM, 500 GB hard disk.

List of Experiments: 

  1. Write A Program For Best First Search 
  2. Write A Program to Generate the output for A* Algorithm. 
  3. Write a Program To Show the Tic Tac Toe Game for 0 and X. 
  4. Write A Program For Expert System By Using Forward Chaining.
  5. Comparing the Search Methods 
  6. Implement the Greedy Search Algorithm 
  7. Implement the min-max Algorithm 
  8. Adding a Heuristic 
  9. Face recognision using AI Technique
  10. Speed control dc motor using speech processing through AI Technique.

Outcomes:

 

 

Faculty Incharge: K Sainadh Singh, Asst Prof, EEE.


The laboratory provides training for students in fundamental and applied research associated with the development and optimization of new solar energy technologies using PV Syst Software.

Equipment:
This lab houses 18 PC's with a Configuration of  Core i3 processor, 2.4 GHz processor, 4GB RAM, 500 GB hard disk.

List of Experiments:

  1. Determine the efficiency of Solar PV Grid-Tied system.
  2. Determine the efficiency of Wind Energy System.
  3. Field Visit to 100kWp Solar Power Plant. 
  4. Designing of grid-connected wind energy system using MATLab/Simulink 
  5. Designing of grid-connected solar PV system using MATLab/Simulink 
  6. Optimum tilt angle assessment using PVSyst.
  7. Experimental study of wind profile and wind power characteristics
  8. Designing of grid-connected PV systems using PVSyst
  9. Performance analysis of PV systems using PVSyst
  10. Designing of standalone PV systems using PVSyst
  11. Shading Analysis using PVSyst 
  12. Study of grid integration of multiple renewable energy sources 

Outcomes:

 

 

Faculty Incharge: N Ramchander, Assoc Prof, EEE.

Research Laboratories:


The ATL lab is also used as research laboratory for faculty and students’ management is giving funds for interdisciplinary projects in the institute. ATL provides a rich, authentic learning experience for students. It is a real time platform for the students to learn and experience engineering design process, to apply their academic skills in a real world, context, and to develop important workplace skills not usually taught in the classroom. ATL lab trains students and faculties in developing projects related to differently abled people and are presented in the competitions held at various other colleges.

  • Training of students in installation of the PV modules, balance of systems and instruments. The measuring instruments used for this project use cutting edge technology and have been sourced by Elkem and Titan from leading vendors in the world. The performance of the modules in terms of energy generation and so on can be monitored from any part of the world. The Governments if India & Norway had signed a protocol some years ago for the promotion of various technologies including clean and green technologies. BVRIT as the academic partner has entered into a three way tie up with Elkem solar, Norway (Research partner) and Titan Energy Systems Ltd (Industry Partner). Elkem Solar, Norway, have developed solar grade silicon cells that are converted into photovoltaic (PV) module.
  • Exposure of students to state-of-the-art technology in terms of PV modules, measuring instruments, sensors, data acquisition with associated software and evaluation techniques
  • Developing the analytical skills of students by giving them an opportunity to involve themselves in a long-term performance study and interpret/analyze the data acquired
  • An excellent paradigm for industry, academia and R&D collaboration – a Win-Win situation for all. Such an initiative would constitute the first step in establishing a full-fledged Centre of Excellence for Solar Energy at BVRIT.

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