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Department of Electrical Engineering

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Laboratories

The Electrical Engineering program offered by the University Institute of Engineering involves laboratory practices and for that the department has set-up various hi-tech laboratories that help students develop real-time skills and abilities.

Various labs housed by the department are –

ELECTRICAL MACHINE LAB

This lab is purposely designed to teach the aspects of electrical machines. It consists of various electrical machines ranging from DC generators to AC induction and synchronous machine. In Electrical Machines Lab, working principles and characteristics of DC and AC electrical motors, and power generators are examined.

POWER SYSTEM LAB

The Electrical Power Systems Laboratory has been set up mainly to teach the practical aspects of Power Systems Engineering. At present it conducts parts of the laboratory classes in following subject areas. Introduction to Power Systems, Generation & transmission, Power System Protection, Power Distribution & Utilization, Power System Analysis. Facilities are available for over current, under voltage, directional, differential and distance relays.

POWER ELECTRONICS AND DRIVE LAB
To Provide Hands On Experience With Power Electronic Converter Design And Testing. Impart practical knowledge for the design and setup of different power electronic converters and its application for motor control Simulate the various power electronics converters, AC drives and DC drives. Electric drives investigated cover a wide range of applications including plug-in, hybrid, and electric vehicles, and electric propulsion.
ANALOG AND DIGITAL ELECTRONIC LAB

To get practical experience in design, assembly and evaluation/testing of Analog components and circuits including Operational Amplifier, Timer, etc. Combinational logic circuits. Counters and Registers using Flip-flops. Synchronous and Asynchronous Sequential Circuits. A/D and D/A Converters

MICROPROCESSOR AND MICROCONTROLLER LAB

Microprocessors and Microcontrollers laboratory helps the students to develop their knowledge on processor architecture and the programming skills. This laboratory houses the hardware which includes 8085 Microprocessor trainer kits, 8086 Microprocessor trainer kits, 8051 Microcontroller trainer kits, interfacing cards and software. This laboratory provides hand-on experience to interface I/O devices, perform A/D and D/A conversions, design digital clock, traffic light control system etc., The features and facilities available in this laboratory helps the students to do their projects and enhance their knowledge on the latest trends and technologies.

ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENT AND MEASURING INSTRUMENT LAB

Electrical measurements deals with the measurement of stability and working standards of the meter, this includes the knowledge of utilization and control of electrical energy. The main objectives of this lab course are to expose the students to different types of electrical measuring instruments. To calibrate & test different types of electrical measuring instruments.Electrical measurements deals with the measurement of stability and working standards of the meter, this includes the knowledge of utilization and control of electrical energy. The main objectives of this lab course are to expose the students to different types of electrical measuring instruments. To calibrate & test different types of electrical measuring instruments.

CONTROL SYSTEM LAB

This laboratory is to enable the students to strengthen their understanding of the design and analysis of control systems through practical exercises. This will be accomplished by using modern software resources to analyze and simulate the performance of realistic system models and to design control systems to satisfy various performance specifications. Students will learn how to implement various types of compensators and control algorithms using MATLAB and Simulink. This lab will able to design and implement controllers to ensure the stability of the system, and produce the desired results. This will give them a feel for the ‘real world’ systems, and how to use theoretical knowledge on practical systems.

MICROCONTROLLER AND PLC LAB

This laboratory is to enable the students to strengthen their understanding of the design and analysis of control systems through practical exercises. This will be accomplished by using modern software resources to analyze and simulate the performance of realistic system models and to design control systems to satisfy various performance specifications. Students will learn how to implement various types of compensators and control algorithms using MATLAB and Simulink. This lab will able to design and implement controllers to ensure the stability of the system, and produce the desired results. This will give them a feel for the ‘real world’ systems, and how to use theoretical knowledge on practical systems.

POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS LAB

The outcome of this lab is to develop a detailed understanding of load flow analysis for power system. The range of analysis tools applied to the design upgraded transmission line and investigation of fault occur in transmission line to provide reliable operation in power system.This lab will able to design and investigatento ensure the power flow in the buses

INNOVATION LAB FOR SUSTAINABILITY

Industrial collaborated Lab with HARTEK Group and HAVELL to enhance the skills of students in solar power generation and energy management system.

DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING LAB

Digital signal processing laboratory helps the students to learn, analyse and design the techniques that give core knowledge for DSP engineers to develop the laboratory aims at supporting the teaching and research activities in the area of DSP. The laboratory has MATLAB software with various Tool boxes and Simulink. Students simulate here number of experiments in MATLAB. Programing of the DSP chip is done in C(and some assembly) language using the Code Composer Studio integrated development environment.

POWER ELECTRONIC LAB

The Power Electronics Laboratory, is a unique opportunity for students to design and build. Power electronic circuits are the backbone of almost every modern convenience. Automobiles, cell-phones, laptop and desktop computers, television sets, and kitchen appliances, among many other systems, require power electronics circuits to convert electrical energy to a useful form. Converters - Telecommunication industries, Battery Charging Station, Power sector