EEE-4000: Project & Thesis

3 hours/week (For 4th year 1st semester)

3 hours/week (For 4th year 2nd semester)    Credit : 3

Experimental and theoretical investigation of various topics in Electrical Machines, Power Station, Electronic Devices and Circuits, Power Electronics, Digital Circuits, Microprocessors, Communication etc. The students will be required to submit thesis/project report at the end of the work.

EEE-4902: Power System Analysis  Sessional

3/2 hours/week    Credit: 0.75

Laboratory experiments based on EEE-4901

EEE-4901: Power System Analysis

3 hours/week       Credit: 3

Representation of power system, Symmetrical components and their applications to power system analysis, Positive, Negative and Zero sequence quantities in networks and sequence phasor diagrams; Solution of power systems networks for symmetrical and unsymmetrical faults; Sequence network of systems and their solution; Sequence impedances and constants of machines. Transmission line sequence impedances; Load flow studies involving simple system, Use of digital computer for simple studies.

Power system stability involving two machine systems; Swing equation, Equal-area criterion of stability and its applications, Solution of swing equation, factors affecting transient stability.

EEE-4702: Control System  Sessional

3/2 hours/week    Credit: 0.75

Laboratory experiments based on EEE-4701

EEE-4701: Control System

3 hours/week       Credit: 3

Introduction to linear dynamic system and their representation by differential equations and Laplace transform; Block diagram representation and transfer function, Routh's criterion for stability; Frequency response methods, Bode, Nyquist, Nichols Plot, etc.

Types of systems and system analysis in time domain; Root locus; Cascade compensation using root locus and frequency methods, Feedback Compensation. Introduction to state variables.

EEE-4502: Integrated Circuits and Industrial Electronics  Sessional

3/2 hours/week    Credit: 0.75

Laboratory experiments based on EEE-4501

EEE-4501: Industrial Electronics

3 hours/week       Credit: 3

Power Semiconductor switches and triggering devices: Diode, BJT, MOSFET,SCR, IGBT, GTO, TRAIC, UJT and DIAC. Power diodes: Diode characteristics, type of powers, Recovery time, diodes with various load. Rectifiers: Uncontrolled, controlled, single phase and three phase. SCR: Two-Transistor model of thyristor.

Converters: Single phase and three  phase, Series and parallel resonant converters,Full converters, dual converters, cyclo-converters, DC choppers: choppers with various loads, Buck, Boost, Buck-Boost, Cuk regulators.

Inverters: Single and three phase inverters, PWM inverters, Voltage control of three  phase Resonant pulse converter: L-type and M-type ZCS.

Power Supply Applications: Switched Mode Power Supply (SMPS), power conditioners and uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs),

Application to motor drives: DC motor drives, induction motor drives, synchronous motor drives, commuted inverter drives.

Industrial applications:  Magnetic amplifiers, Industrial relay circuits, Applications of photo-electric devices, Electronic control of welding machines, Induction and Dielectric heating.

EEE-4401:  Electromagnetic Fields

3 hours/week       Credit: 3

Electrostatics: Coulomb's law, Force, Electric field intensity, Electrical flux density, Gauss's Theorem with application, Electrostatic potential, Boundary conditions, Methods of images, Laplace's and Poisson's equations, Energy of an Electrostatic System, Conductor and Dielectrics.

Magnetostatics:  Concept of magnetic field, Ampere's law, Biot‑Savart’s law, Vector magnetic potential, Energy of magneto‑static system, Mechanical forces and Torques in electric and magnetic fields, Curvilinear co‑ordinates, Rectangular, Cylindrical and Spherical co‑ordinates, Solution to static field problems.

Graphical field mapping with applications, Solution to Laplace's equation, Rectangular, cylindrical and spherical harmonics with applications.

Maxwell's Equations: Their derivations, Continuity of charges, Concept of displacement current, Boundary conditions for time‑varying systems, Potentials used with time‑varying charges and currents. Retarded potentials, Maxwell's equation in different co‑ordinate systems.

Relation between Circuit Theory and Field Theory:  Circuit concepts and the derivations from the field equations, High frequency circuit concepts,  Circuits relation  on resistance, Skin effect and circuit impedance. Concept of good and perfect conductors and dielectrics, Current distribution in various types of conductors, Depth of Penetration,  Internal impedance, Power loss, Calculation of inductance and capacitance.

Propagation and Reflection of electro‑magnetic waves in unbounded media: Plane wave propagation, Polarization, Power flow and Poynting's theorem. Transmission line analogy, Reflection from conductor and conductor‑dielectric boundaries, Dispersion in dielectrics, Liquids and solids, Plane wave propagation through the ionosphere, Introduction to radiation.

EEE-4202: Telecommunication-I  Sessional

3/2 hours/week                    Credit: 0.75

Laboratory experiments based on EEE-4201

EEE-4201: Telecommunication-I

3 hours/week       Credit: 3

Communication system, Analog and Digital Message

Signal, Classification of Signal, Signal representation by orthogonal signal set, Signal transmission through a linear system, Signal distortion over a communication channel, Signal energy and energy spectral density, Signal power and power spectral density.

Introduction to telephony – Telephone transmitter, Receiver and Subset, Manual and Automatic switching, trunking diagram, Traffic Engineering, AM-SC, SSB, DSB, QAM, VSB, Sampling theorem, Analog pulse Modulation – PAM, PWM and PPM, Multiplexing & Demultiplexing – FDM, TDM, Quantization of Analog signal, PCM, DPCM, DM, ADM, Behavior of Analog system in noise, Space & time division switch, Information theory, Channel capacity.