The Electrical Engineering (EE) Department started as part of the Institute of Technology.The department of electrical engineering has been playing a vital role in producing technologists of highest caliber ever since it was established.
Historically, the field of electrical engineering is one of the most important engineering disciplines that have changed the course of the world. Some of our important areas of teaching are Electrical Machines,Industrial Electronics,Circuits and Systems, Engineering Materials, Linear and Non-linear Control Systems, Power System, Machines Drives, FACTs and High Voltage Engineering. The infrastructure and lab facilities are upgraded from time to time and provide adequate opportunities for students and researchers to learn and innovate. The department has distinguished faculty, all holding Master/Ph.D. degrees from renowned institutes in India. The faculty of the department has been constantly carrying out research on many cutting edge technologies.
The Departments aimed at developing highly qualified Electrical Engineers capable of taking up the challenges in the important area of specialization. As with other branches ,a foundation is created in basic sciences, mathematics and other relevant courses, before the students are exposed to the core courses and electives include Networks Analysis ,Power Apparatus, Electrical Measurement, Switch Gear & Protection, Illumination Engineering, High Voltage Engineering ,Power Plant Instrumentation, Power System Reliability etc.
Network Analysis & Synthesis Lab
Electrical Machine – (I & II) Lab
Linear Control System Lab
Modeling & Simulation Lab
Power System Analysis Lab
Power System Switchgear & Protection Lab
Industrial Electronics Lab
Testing and Commissioning of Electrical Machines lab
Electrical & Electronics Engineering Lab
This is the basics lab for all branches of B.Tech. Here students interact with various theorems, machines and network. They get the basic skill to operate & control the electrical machines. This lab is fully equipped with equipment like motors, generator (both A.C and D.C), and transformer, all measuring instruments (voltmeters, ammeters, wattmeter and energy meter), rheostats, capacitors and inductors to conduct the experiments.
This laboratory is equipped with MATLAB software. In this lab students simulate circuit problem on MATLAB. Some of problems addressed are; interconnection of two port network, resonance network theorems, RL/RC circuit, T and Pi network and home electrical wiring training system.
Chemical Reaction Engineering Lab is setup to understand the processing of basic reactors normally used in chemical industries. Students learn about different type of reactors, CSTR, RTD Studies in CSTR, RTD studies in plug flow reactor and in packed bed reactors.
The course introduces students to the fundamental control systems theory with an emphasis on design and implement. The lab focuses on technical implementation issues of classical control theory in the frequency domain and modern control theory in the state- space. Here students learn the various control methods, which are being used in the industries now-a-days..
In this Lab, students get to work on much efficient software like MATLAB and Virtual labs. Virtual labs provides a complete Learning Management System where the students can avail the various tools for learning, including additional web – resources, video-lectures, animated demonstrations and self – evaluation.
In this Lab, Simpower System is used for modeling and analysis of Electrical Machine, FACTS devices and Load flow Methods.
Protective relaying is a vital part of any electrical power system; unnecessary during normal operation but very important during emergencies, faults, and abnormal disturbances. Power system Laboratory comprises protection, simulation, high voltage and machine related experiments. Facilities are available for over – current, under – voltage, directional, differential and distance relays including different numerical relays.
This lab includes learning of power semiconductor devices like IGBTs, Power MOSFETs, trigger circuits, Thyristor converters, DC chopper modules, pulse transformers and other related commutating components.
This lab emphasizes on the knowledge of working, measuring controlling and testing of various AC/DC machines.