M.TEch



M.Tech. Electrical Engineering (Power Electronics and Electrical Drives)
One has to earn minimum 60 credits over 2 years of course (Including dissertation work at industry/research institute) Results are awarded on scale of 10.
Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)     Programme Outcomes (PO)     Course Outcomes (CO)    


Course Outcomes (CO)
Sr.
No.

Subject Code

Course Title

Code

Course Outcomes

1.

EL601

Power Electronics-I

a

Theoretical and practical knowledge on semiconductor devices and their control.

b

Understanding operation and analysis of line commutated converters, dc-dc converters and inverters.

c

Modelling of power electronics converters through software PSIM, MATLAB etc.

d

Hardware experimentation in the laboratory to understand operation and control of power converters.

2.

EL603

Modelling of Electrical Machines and DC Drives

a

Theoretical and practical exposure to mathematical modelling of Electrical Machines.

b

Theoretical and practical exposure to control of different types of DC Motor drives.

c

Simulation of Electrical Drive systems through PSIM and MATLAB-SIMULINK software.

d

Hardware experimentation in the laboratory to understand testing and troubleshooting.

3.

EL605

Digital Signal Processing

a

Theoretical exposure to digital signal processing algorithms.

b

Application of FFT algorithms.

c

Simulation using MATLAB to verify DSP algorithms.

d

Design and implementation of different types of IIR and FIR digital filters.

4.

EL607

Fundamentals of System Theory

a

Understanding basic theoretical concepts of linear algebra.

b

Understanding basic theoretical concepts of discrete time control system.

c

Simulation study of different methods of linear algebra.

d

Simulation study of different methods of discrete time control system.

5.

ELXXX

Microcontroller Based System Design

a

Theoretical and practical exposure to 8-bit microcontroller’s architecture, programming and interfacing techniques.

b

Embedded C programming and learning techniques to run them on a compatible micro controller kit.

c

Simulation and debugging of microcontroller program in KEIL software.

d

Hardware interfacing technique and development of digitally controlled power electronics system.

6.

EL602

Power Electronics – II

a

Knowledge of power conditioners and their application.

b

Working knowledge of advanced power converters like Resonant converters, Matrix Converters, Multilevel Inverters etc.

c

Simulation of advanced power electronics converters through software like PSIM, MATLAB etc.

d

Hardware experimentation in the laboratory to understand advanced power converters and developing prototype of power converter.

7.

EL604

AC Drives

a

Theoretical and practical exposure to AC Drives along with mathematical modelling.

b

Theoretical and practical exposure to control of different types of AC Motor drives.

c

Simulation of Electrical Drive systems through PSIM and MATLAB-SIMULINK software.

d

Hardware experimentation in the laboratory to understand testing and troubleshooting.

8.

EL606

Introduction to 32-bit Digital

Signal Controllers

a

Theoretical and practical exposure to 32 bit microcontroller’s architecture, programming and interfacing techniques.

b

Exposure to advanced concepts of Embedded C programming.

c

Running programs on a compatible micro controller kit.

d

Hardware interfacing technique and development of digitally controlled power electronics system.

9.

EL608

Applications of Power Electronics to Power Systems

a

AC transmission line and its technical performance limitations.

b

Application of various FACTS controllers to enhance the performance of AC transmission.

c

Application of FACTS devices in transmission system: load compensation, reactive power compensation.

d

Simulation study of various FACTS concept through MATLAB/Simulink.

10.

ELXXX

Wind and Solar Energy Power Conversion

a

Demonstrate the knowledge of the physics of wind and solar power generation.

b

Learning advanced techniques of grid connectivity and optimisation non-conventional sources power.

c

Simulation and modelling of solar photovoltaic systems.

d

Experimentation on solar cell and solar panels with its interfacing circuits.

11.

EL701

Seminar

a

Self learning of some topic of interest beyond the syllabus.

b

Reviewing of existing literature on selected topics and understanding work done by different people.

c

Preparation of report based on literature review and simulation work carried out with conclusions.

d

Presentation of seminar report before evaluation committee and defending questions.

12.

EL702

Dissertation

a

Learning latest trends and technology in selected field of interest.

b

Simulation and implementation of selected power electronics converter.

c

Exposure to interfacing, controlling and design of power circuit components.

d

Learning technical report writing, presentation and defending.

13.

EL703

Dissertation Preliminaries

a

Learning latest trends and technology in selected field of interest.

b

Simulation and implementation of selected power electronics converter.

c

Exposure to interfacing, controlling and design of power circuit components.

d

Learning technical report writing and presentation.



M.Tech. Electrical Engineering Course Curriculum
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