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PE0501 
Advanced Electrical drives 
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PURPOSE
To mould student regarding the recent trends in Electric Drives
INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES

To get idea about functional considerations regarding switching converters and their applications to variable frequency drive

To acquire the knowledge of fuzzy logic and neural network concepts in various drives
Switching converters and their applications to variable frequency drives  Power electronic converters for control of amplitude and AC variable frequency drives  Mathematical representation of switching functions reduction of switching losses in practical switches.
Field orientation principles for Induction motors  current controllers  Flux and Torque regulation methods. Vector control concept, PWM current control Mat lab Simulation
Motion control performance requirements of variable frequency PMAC machines  closed loop speed control of VVVF PMAC motor drive
Sensor less control of AC drives  parameter identification in Brush less motors and induction motor  Estimation of disturbance torque, instantaneous speed and machine back emf, Ideal back emf and current waveforms, Sensor requirements
SRM configuration and design  converter topologies  control strategies Sensor less control Principles of Fuzzy logic control and Neural network  Design methodology and block diagram implementation of DC drive and Vector  controlled induction motor. Recent trends in fuzzy control of electrical drives
CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT  DATABASE SECURITY: Integrity and control  security and integrity threats  DATABASE DESIGN  The organization and its information system  definition of the problem  analysis of existing system and procedures  preliminary design  computing system division  final design  implementation and testing  operation  operation and tuning.
REFERENCE BOOKS

Bimal.K. Bose, "Power Electronics and Variable frequency drives" Standard Publishers Distributors, New Delhi, 2000

Dubey G.K. "Power Semiconductor controlled drives", Prentice Hall inc, A division of Simon and Schester England cliffs, New Jersey 1989

Murphy J.M.D, Turnbull, F.G, "Thyristor control of AC motor, Pergamon press, Oxford, 1988

Sheperal, Wand Hully, L.N. "Power Electronic and Motor control" Cambridge University Press Cambridge 1987

Dewan, S. Slemon B., Straughen, A. G.R., "Power Semiconductor drives", John Wiley and Sons, NewYork 1984


PE0503 
Advanced Power Semiconductor Devices 
3 
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PURPOSE
To enable the students to understand the principle of operation of power semiconductor devices and apply these to power applications.
INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES
To enrich the knowledge about complete structure, VI characteristics, switching characteristics of various advanced power semiconductor devices.
To acquire the concepts on gating characteristics, protection circuits for different power semiconductor devices.
Introduction to Power diodes  Steady state and transient characteristics  snubber circuits  Power transistors  steady state and transient characteristics
Steady state, transient, thermal and gating characteristics of SCR, triggering circuits for SCR, introduction to GTO.
Characteristics of MOSFET and IGBT, protection circuits of MOSFET and IGBT.
Operation and characteristics of modern semi conductor devices, comparison between different power devices.
Applications of power semi conductor devices in UPS, HVDC
REFERENCE BOOKS

Mohan. N .etal. "Power electronics, converters, applications and Design", John Wiley and Sons , 2000

Singh.M.D, Khanchandani.K.B.."Power Electronics",Tata McgrawHill Publishing company Ltd., New Delhi, 2000

Vedam Subramanyam."Power Electronics",New Age International Publishers, New Delhi, 2002

Rashid M.H Power Electronics Circuits ,Devices and Application,Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 1998


PE0505 
Analysis of Converters 
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PURPOSE
To motive the students to develop the knowledge about various configurations of Rectifiers and DC Choppers.
INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES
To know the operation and steady state analysis of single phase, three phase Controlled Rectifiers with R, RL and RLE Load.
To develop the knowledge on commutation circuits, Ringing circuits, Step up and Step Down choppers.
Single phase & three phase controlled rectifiers, dual converter, effect of source impedance, harmonic analysis, power factor calculation.
Step up & step down choppers  various choppers configurations  Buck, Boost, Buck  Boost regulators.
Single phase & three phase cycloconverters  Output voltage equation  Harmonics, power factor.
Hardware implementation of single phase controlled rectifiers, choppers, AC voltage controllers, cyclo converters.
Software simulation of single phase controlled rectifiers, choppers, AC voltage controllers, cyclo converters.
TEXT BOOKS

Rashid M.H., "Power Electronics Circuits, Devices and Applications", Prentice Hall India, Second Edition, New Delhi, 1995

P.C.Sen., "Modern Power Electronics", Wheeler publishing Co,, First edition, New elhi  1998
REFERENCE BOOKS

Mohan N., Undeland and Robbins, "Power Electronics  Converters : Applications and Design", John Wiley and Sons., Inc., New York, 1995


PE0507 
Analysis of Inverters 
3 
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PURPOSE
To enrich the students about the operating principle and steady state analysis of DCAC Converters.
INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES

To understand the distinct operations of various inverter circuits

To design the various types of inverter circuits and apply these circuits to practical applications
Single phase and 3phase voltage source inverters. Analysis of single phase VSI  Operation of single phase and 3phase McMurray and McMurray Bedford inverters.
Operation of single phase and three phase CSI with ideal switches  Operation of single phase capacitor commutated CSI Operation and analysis of Auto sequential commutated inverter .
Operation Analysis of Basic Series Inverter Basic parallel inverter.
Multilevel concept  Types and application of multilevel inverters
Output voltage control and Harmonic neutralisation  Analysis of single pulse, multiple pulse, sinusoidal PWM techniques. Harmonic Reduction using multiple commutation, stepped wave inverters
Operation of LC harmonic filter, Resonant arm harmonic filter. Resonant inverters: ZCS and ZVS basic concepts.
Analysis of series and parallel inverter, VSI, CSI, Multi level inverter using simulation techniques and its implementation using hardware.
TEXT BOOKS

Rashid M.H., "Power Electronics Circuits, Devices and Applications", Prentice Hall India, Third Edition, New Delhi, 2004

Bimal K Bose "Modern Power Electronics and AC Drives", Pearson Education, second Edition, 2003
REFERENCE BOOKS

Dubey. G.K., "Thyristorised power controllers", New age International, New Delhi, 2002

Bhimbhra P.S., "Power Electronics", Khanna Publishers, New Delhi, 2002


PE0502 
Solid State AC Drives 
3 
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PURPOSE
To motivate the students to know the different configuration of AC drives involving solid state components and apply these to various applications.
INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES
To get the complete idea about the various speed control involving for both three phase Induction motor and synchronous motor.
To acquire the knowledge about the steady state operation of Induction motor under harmonic conditions.
Torque slip characteristics, Operation with different types of loads and performance of induction motor fed from static stator voltage controller  Comparison of different ac power controllers, speed reversal, closed loop control.
Torque  slip characteristics of VSI fed drive, CSI fed drive  Regenerative braking of VSI fed Drives, CSI fed drive.
Slip torque characteristics of static rotor resistance control, types of rotor chopper  Time ratio control strategy  equivalent circuit analysis  Combined stator voltage control and rotor resistance control.
Slip Power Recovery Scheme  Sub Synchronous operation Power factor considerations  Torque  slip characteristics  Equivalent circuit and analysis  Ratings and applications Closed loop control.
Synchronous Motors, Open loop VSI fed SM and its characteristics  torque angle control  Self control  Power factor control  Starting methods  Vector control of induction motors  Vector control of synchronous motor
Simulation of 3phase induction motor fed from static stator voltage controller, VSI, CSI, Static rotor resistance controller using simulation techniques.  Speed control of 3phase induction motor using PWM inverter using hardware.
REFERENCE BOOKS

Dubey G.K. "Power Semiconductor controlled drives", Prentice Hall inc, A division of Simon and Schester England cliffs, New Jersey 1989

Murphy J.M.D, Turnbull, F.G, "Thyristor control of AC motor, Pergamon press, Oxford, 1988

Sheperal, Wand Hully, L.N. "Power Electronic and Motor control" Cambridge University Press Cambridge 1987

Dewan,S. Slemon B., Straughen,A. G.R., "Power Semiconductor drives", John Wiley and Sons, NewYork 1984


PE0504 
Solid State DC Drives 
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PURPOSE
To enrich the students about various configurations of DC Drives involving solid state components and their applications.
INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES
To analyse the series and separately excited DC Motor with single phase and three phase converters under different configurations.
To understand the chopper fed series and separately excited DC Motor.
Steady state speed torque relation of DC motor  methods of speed control  and braking for both series and separately excited DC motor  Multi quadrant operation of separatelyexcited DC motor with regenerative braking  Models and transfer function of series and separately excited DC motor.
Analysis of series and separately excited DC motor with single phase and three phase converters  Problems of DC machines with converter supplies  CLC and TRC strategies.
Analysis of series and separately excited DC motors fed from different choppers for both time ratio control and current limit control  Effect of saturation in series motor  Four quadrant control.
Variable speed chopper fed DC drives  current loop control  Armature current reversal  Field current control  inching  Digital controller and firing circuits.
Simulation of 1phase fully controlled converter fed, chopper fed separately excited DC motor and closed loop control of DC motor using simulation techniques  Speed control of DC shunt motor and universal motor using hardware.
REFERENCE BOOKS

Dubey .G.K. "Power semiconductor controlled Drives", Prentice Hall international, New Jersey, 1989

Sen. P.C. "Thyristor DC Drives", John Wiley and sons, NewYork, 1981

Vedam Subrahmanyam, "Thyristor Control of Electric Drives", Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co., Ltd., New Delhi 2003

Subramanyam, V. "Electric Drives  Concepts and applications", Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co., Ltd., New Delhi 2003


PE0506 
Special Machines And their Controllers 
3 
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4 
PURPOSE
To aware the students on various aspects of special machines and their controllers.
INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES
To know about the constructional features, principle of operation and mode of excitation of various special machines.
To acquire the knowledge of both open loop and closed loop control Torque Speed Characteristics and Dynamic Characteristics of different Special Machines.
Operation, Types of stepper motors  Torque production, modes of excitation, Dynamic characteristics, Drive systems and circuit for open loop control, Closed loop control of stepping motor.
Operation, Torque equation, Power controllers, speed torque characteristics  Switched Reluctance Motors
Difference between mechanical and electronic Commutators, Hall sensors, Optical sensors, Square  Wave permanent magnet brushless motor drives, torque and EMF equation, torque  speed characteristics of Permanent Magnet Brush less DC Motors  controllers PM DC Motor
Principle of operation, EMF, power input and torque expressions, phasor diagram, power converters, Torque  Speed characteristics, self control, controllers for Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors
Construction and principle of operation of Linear Induction Motor  Universal Motor  Linear Synchronous motor  Applications.
REFERENCE BOOKS

Miller. T. J. E., "Brushless Permanent Magnet and Reluctance Motor Drives", Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1989

Kenjo. T and Nagamori. S, "Permanent Magnet and Brushless DC Motors", Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1989

Kenjo. T, "Stepping Motors and their Microprocessor Control", Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1989

Krishnan R, "Switched Reluctance Motor Drives", Modelling, Simulation, Analysis, Design and applications, CRC press


PE0508 
Power Electronics in Wind And Solar Energy conversion 
3 
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4 
PURPOSE
To motivate students to gain the knowledge of recent trends in Non conventional energy consumption like Wind and Solar energy.
INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES

To understand the concepts about solar radiation and measurements, Solar cells and their characteristics with some applications

To acquire the aspects of recent trends in Wind energy conversion and self excited induction generator for isolated power generation
Recent trends in energy consumption  World energy scenario  Energy sources and their availability  Solar radiation and measurement  Solar cells and their characteristics  Influence of insulation and temperature  PV arrays  Electrical storage with batteries  Solar availability in India  Switching devices for solar energy conversion  Stand alone inverters  Charge controllers  Water pumping  Audio visual equipments, Street lighting, Analysis of PV systems
DC Power conditioning converters  Maximum Power point tracking algorithms  AC power conditioners  Line commutated inverters  synchronized operation with grid supply  Harmonic problem
Basic principle of wind energy conversion  nature of wind  Wind survey in India  Power in the wind  components of a wind energy conversion system  Performance of Induction Generators for WECS  Classification of WECS
Self excited Induction Generator for isolated Power Generators  Theory of self excitation  Capacitance requirements  Power conditioning schemes  Controllable DC Power from SEIGs Wind / Solar PV integrated systems  selection of power conversion ratio  Optimisation of system components  Storage
REFERENCE BOOKS

Rai G.D., "Non  Conventional Energy Sources", Khanna Publishers, 1993

Rai G.D., "Solar Energy Utilisation", Khanna Publishers, 1993

Daniel, Hunt. V, "Wind Power  A Handbook of WECS", Van Nostrend Co., New York, 1981

Gary L. Johnson, "Wind Energy Systems", Prentice Hall Inc., 1985

Freris L. L., "Wind Energy Conversion", Prentice Hall (UK) Ltd., 1990

