Labs

Department of Electrical Engineering at Chandigarh University offers laboratory facilities to the Undergraduate and Post Graduate students.

This laboratory allows students to understand the functions and technologies of smart grid. In this Laboratory, students learn and understand the concepts of micro grids and distributed energy resources using Mat lab Simulink TM software.

This laboratory enables students to study electrical symbols, standards and Indian Electricity Rules. The objective of this laboratory is to study various types of light sources & lighting schemes, short circuit & Earth faults.

This laboratory enables the students to understand basic concepts about microprocessor 8085 programming and its interfacing with peripheral devices. Microprocessor lab provides a platform for the students to do multidisciplinary projects.

The primary objective of this laboratory is to provide the students with a foundation for analysis, design, test, and DSP control of power electronics converters by simulation and experimentation.

In this lab, practical demonstration of the theoretical concepts done in discrete systems, convolution of sequences, filter design will enhance the understanding of the programming concepts in the lab. The students will be able to perform the experiments with ease and proper understanding using MATLAB.

The objective of laboratory is to teach students the concepts of block diagrams and transfer functions, Characteristics of closed-loop control systems, including steady-state and transient response, parametric sensitivity, disturbances, error, and stability.

CU in association with Quadrant Tele ventures Limited (QTL) has setup an advanced communication lab for the students and faculty of Electronics and Communication Engineering. Along with specialized training, QTL will also facilitate students with expert sessions and onsite training. This collaboration will benefit students with live projects, industry exposure leading to domain specific placements.

KEY HIGHLIGHTS

  • A live simulation environment to impart practical technical knowledge to the students and faculty of Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE)
  • Hands on experience of live latest technologies like, RF optimization, Network planning, EMF, Transmission, Broadband (Wi-Fi and DSL), FTTH, WBB, GSM and CDMA etc.
  • Opportunity for students to equip themselves with field specific knowledge through onsite training, live projects, industrial tours.
  • Placement opportunities in electronics and communication, and other aligned fields.

The objective of this laboratory is to bring students across the concept of measurement system and concepts of accuracy and precision.

The prime objective of this laboratory is to introduce basic numerical methods used for engineering applications. The fundamental concepts of Numerical analysis and mathematical computation of the System is undertaken in this lab.

The objective of this laboratory is to make students to understand the Analog and Digital Electronic systems with their applications. The course content of this introductory laboratory incorporates tasks dealing with frequency characteristics of Amplifiers and applications of Digital Circuits. It is a credit based laboratory course designed as a supplement to the Analog and Digital Electronics theory course that covers practical aspects of various digital electronic circuits like Multiplexers/ De-Multiplexers, Encoders/ Decoders and DAC/ADCs. In this laboratory students are taught to analyze the frequency response of various analog amplifiers and working of various digital circuits. Primary emphasis is laid on practical knowledge of various analogamplifiers and understanding the aspects of digital devices. Laboratory experiments are conducted to reinforce theory and to provide practical experience.

The main objective of this laboratory is to give broad understanding to the entire concept of electric power system with computer software systems. Software systems, which can be used to carry this study, can be one of the following: MATLAB, PSpice, PSCAD, Power World and ETAP. The study begins from the formation of Ybus matrix using direct inspection method and singular transformation methods, formation of incidence matrices, short circuit studies, load flow study using Gauss Siedal method and Newton Raphson method by using computer programs. The main objective of this laboratory is to model and predict the operation of power system components with their steady state and transient behaviour, simulation of single line diagram, analysis of symmetrical and unsymmetrical fault, economic load dispatch using MATLAB programming, and Zbus formation using building algorithm. Additionally, students are also taught to analyze power system studies using licensed software like MATLAB.

This is a rigorous introductory laboratory to understand the behaviour of various electronic devices under bias condition while analysing its usefulness in various small circuits like amplifiers, oscillators, etc. It is a credit based laboratory course designed as a supplement to the Electronic Devices and Circuits theory course. Primary emphasis is placed on practical knowledge of various active, passive devices and understanding of various measuring devices. Practical information relating to electronic device characteristics is provided. Laboratory experiments are conducted to reinforce theory and to provide practical experience with electronic devices and circuits. The course covers practical experiment mainly on diodes and transistors (BJT, JFET to name a few).

This is a rigorous introductory laboratory to understand the behaviour of various electronic devices under bias condition while analysing its usefulness in various small circuits like amplifiers, oscillators, etc. It is a credit based laboratory course designed as a supplement to the Electronic Devices and Circuits theory course. Primary emphasis is placed on practical knowledge of various active, passive devices and understanding of various measuring devices. Practical information relating to electronic device characteristics is provided. Laboratory experiments are conducted to reinforce theory and to provide practical experience with electronic devices and circuits. The course covers practical experiment mainly on diodes and transistors (BJT, JFET to name a few).

The objective of this laboratory is to impart the knowledge of the basic Microcontroller & PLC devices with hands-on experience. The experiments performed are mainly related to Microcontrollers basic operation, Microcontroller based circuits, PLC operation & PLC programming. In addition to regular experiments, this lab also facilitates the development of projects based on: development of Magnetic levitation model, lab equipment automation, drive control & automation using controller & PLC and control & automation scheme through PC based control system.

The main aim of this lab is to enhance the students’ knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to understand the types, selection, constituting elements, dynamic performance and calibration of measuring devices and systems. It is a non-credit based laboratory course designed as a supplement to the Measurements and Material Science theory course. The basic purpose of the experiments in this lab is to impart knowledge about working principles and calibration of measuring instruments.

The students will be able to get knowledge about errors and compensation methods of measuring instruments & understand the dynamic performance of instrument systems. Study of transducers and their applications is also included in this lab work. The major facilities in the lab include:CRO, Q-meter, Potentiometer, etc. The experimental set ups include: Wien Bridge, Schering Bridge, Anderson's Bridge and types of electromechanical measuring instruments.

It is a credit based laboratory subject designed in addistion to the Power Electronics theory course. The Power Electronics Laboratory offers simple experiments for understanding the subject and facilities to design and build advanced power electronic circuits / projects. This laboratory allows students to understand the principles of SCR, UJT, rectifiers, chopper, analysis and control of dc-dc converters, PWM rectifiers and inverters and power electronics applications in motion control of different motors.

This laboratory allows the students to understand the characteristics of different protective devices. The laboratory of switchgear and protection is well-equipped with all the required instruments. The protection against the different types of the faults and abnormal conditions can be visualized and tested in this laboratory. It is a credit based laboratory course designed in supplement to the Switchgear and Protection theory course. In this laboratory, the students mainly get to study the characteristic of the Fuse Wire, Miniature Circuit Breaker (MCB), Over Voltage / Under Voltage Using Static Relay, IDMT relays and study of parallel feeder operation and protection against faults or any abnormal condition.

The main feature of this credit based Laboratory is to provide students with knowledge related to how to make connections, do various tests to know the performance of machines and to develop characteristics of the most commonly used electric machines such as alternators, synchronous motor, three phase induction generator, three and single phase induction motors as well as handling of the most basic instrumentation used in today’s industry. The equipments used in the Synchronous Machines Laboratory is highly accounted for its safety and versatility.

Additionally, the students are also taught to analyze power system studies using licensed softwares likewise Matlab, Power World, LabView, Virtual Instrumentation using My Reo (Hardware Interface)

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