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`Basic Electrical Technology ( Web Course) Faculty Coordinator(s): 1. Prof. N. K. De Department of Electrical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur Kharagpur 721302, West Bengal Email : [email protected] Telephone : (91-3222) 283046 (Office) (91-3222) 283 047(Residence)2.Prof. T. K. Bhattacharya Department of Mechanical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur Kharagpur - 721302 Email : abcme @ mech.iitkgp.ernet.in Telephone : (91-3222) 282912 (Office) (91-3222) 282913 (Residence)3.Prof. G D RoyDetailed Syllabus : Module ­ 1 Introduction Lesson ­ 1 Lesson ­ 2 Introducing the Course on Basic Electrical Generation, Transmission and Distribution of Electric Power an OverviewModule ­ 2 DC Circuit Lesson ­ 3 Lesson ­ 4 Lesson ­ 5 Lesson ­ 6 Lesson ­ 7 Lesson ­ 8 Introduction of Electric Circuit Loop Analysis of resistive circuit in the context of dc voltages and currents Node-voltage analysis of resistive circuit in the context of dc voltages and currents Wye (Y) - Delta (.) OR Delta (.)-Wye (Y) Transformations Superposition Theorem in the context of dc voltage and current sources acting in a resistive network Thevenin's and Norton's theorems in the context of dc voltage and current sources acting in a resistive network Lesson ­ 9 Analysis of dc resistive network in presence of one non-linear elementModule ­ 3 R-L &amp; R-C Transients Lesson ­ 10 Study of DC transients in R-L and R-C circuits Lesson ­ 11 Study of DC transients in R-L-C CircuitsModule ­ 4 Single-phase AC Circuits Lesson ­ 12 Generation of Sinusoidal Voltage Waveform (AC) and Some Fundamental Concepts Lesson ­ 13 Representation of Sinusoidal Signal by a Phasor and Solution of Current in R-L-C Series Circuits Lesson ­ 14 Solution of Current in R-L-C Series Circuits Lesson ­ 15 Solution of Current in AC Series and Parallel Circuits Lesson ­ 16 Solution of Current in AC Parallel and Series-parallel Circuits Lesson ­ 17 Resonance in Series and Parallel CircuitsModule ­ 5Three-phase AC CircuitsLesson ­ 18 Three-phase Balanced Supply Lesson ­ 19 Three-phase Delta-Connected Balanced Load Lesson ­ 20 Measurement of Power in a Three-phase CircuitModule ­ 6Magnetic circuits and Core lossesLesson ­ 21 Magnetic Circuits Lesson ­ 22 Eddy Current &amp; Hysteresis LossModule ­ 7TransformerLesson ­ 23 Ideal Transformer Lesson ­ 24 Practical Transformer Lesson ­ 25 Testing, Efficiency &amp; Regulation Lesson ­ 26 Three Phase Transformer Lesson ­ 27 Auto-Transformer Lesson ­ 28 Problem solving on TransformersModule ­ 8 Three-phase Induction Motor Lesson ­ 29 Rotating Magnetic Field in Three-phase Induction Motor Lesson ­ 30 Construction and Principle of Operation of IM Lesson - 31 Equivalent Circuit and Power Flow Diagram of IM Lesson ­ 32 Lesson ­ 33 Lesson ­ 34 Torque-Slip (speed) Characteristics of Induction Motor (IM) Different Types of Starters for Induction Motor (IM) Starting Methods for Single-phase Induction MotorModule ­ 9 DC Machines Lesson ­ 35 Lesson ­ 36 Lesson ­ 37 Lesson ­ 38 Lesson ­ 39 Lesson ­ 40 Lesson ­ 41 Constructional Features of D.C Machines Principle of Operation of D.C Machines EMF &amp; Torque Equation D.C Generators D.C Motors Losses, Efficiency and Testing of D.C. Machines Problem Solving on D.C MachinesModule ­ 10 Measuring Instruments Lesson ­ 42 Study of DC-AC Measuring Instruments Lesson ­ 43 Study of Electro-Dynamic Type Instruments Lesson ­ 44 Study of Single Phase Induction Type Energy Meter or Watt-hour MeterCourse 32. Industrial Automation and Control (Web Course) Faculty Coordinator(s) : 1. Prof. S. Sen Architecture &amp; Regional Planning Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur Kharagpur 721302, West Bengal Email : [email protected] Telephone : (91-3222) Off : Res : 2. Prof. S. Mukhopadhyay Department of Electrical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur Kharagpur 721302, West Bengal Email : [email protected] Telephone : (91-3222) Off : Res : Detailed Syllabus : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. Lecture 1 : Introduction to Industrial Automation and Control Lecture 2 : Architecture of Industrial Automation Systems. Lecture 3: Introduction to sensors and measurement systems Lecture 4: Temperature measurement Lecture 5: Pressure and Force measurements Lecture 6: Displacement and speed measurement Lecture 7: Flow measurement techniques Lecture 7: Measurement of level, humidity, pH etc Lecture 8: Signal Conditioning and Processing Lecture 10: Estimation of errors and Calibration Lecture 3 : Introduction to Process Control. Lecture 4 : P-- I -- D Control Lecture 5 : Controller Tuning. Lecture 6 : Implementation of PID Controllers Lecture 7 : Special Control Structures : Feedforward and Ratio Control. Lecture 8 : Special Control Structures : Predictive Control, Control of Systems with Inverse Response Lecture 9 : Special Control Structures : Cascade Control, Overriding Control, Selective Control, Split Range Control Lecture 10 : Introduction to Sequence Control, PLCs and Relay Ladder Logic Lecture 11 : Sequence Control : Scan Cycle, RLL Syntax Lecture 12 : Sequence Control : Structured Design Approach Lecture 13 : Sequence Control : Advanced RLL Programming Lecture 14 : Sequence Control : The Hardware environment 283066 283067,277466 283224 283225, 27705523. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39.Lecture Lecture Lecture Lecture Lecture Lecture Lecture Lecture Lecture Lecture Lecture Lecture Lecture Lecture Lecture Lecture Lecture15 : Control of Machine tools : Introduction to CNC Machines 16 : Control of Machine tools : Analysis of a control loop 17 : Introduction to Actuators : Flow Control Valves 18. : Hydraulic Actuator Systems : Principles, Components and Symbols 19 : Hydraulic Actuator Systems : Pumps and Motors, 20: Proportional and Servo Valves 20 : Pneumatic Control Systems : System Components 21 : Pneumatic Control Systems : Controllers and Integrated Control Systems 22 : Electric Drives : Introduction, Energy Saving with Adjustible Speed Drives 23 : Step motors : Principles, Construction and Drives 24 : DC Motor Drives : Introduction, DC--DC Converters, Adjustible Speed Drives 25 : Induction Motor Drives: Introduction, Characteristics, Adjustible Speed Drives 26 : Synchronous Motor Drives : Motor Principles, Adjustible Speed and Servo Drives 27 : Networking of Sensors, Actuators and Controllers : The Fieldbus 28 : The Fieldbus Communication Protocol 29 : Introduction to Production Control Systems 30 : Concluding LectureCourse 36. Industrial Instrumentation (Web Course) Faculty Coordinator(s) : 1. Prof. V. Jayashankar Department of Electrical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Madras Chennai 600036. Email : [email protected] Telephone : (91-44) Off : Res : Detailed Syllabus : 1. Measurement of force torque, velocity 7 Electric balance ­ different types of load cells ­ magnets ­ elastics load cell-strain gauge load celldifferent methods of torque measurement, strain gauge, relative regular twist-speed measurementrevaluation counter- capacitive tacho-drag up type tacho D.C and A.C tacho generators ­ stroboscope. 2. Measurement of acceleration, vibration and density 8 Accelerometers ­ LVDT, piezo-electric, strain gauge and variable reluctance type accelerometers ­ mechanical type vibration instruments ­ seismic instrument as an accelerometer and vibrometer ­ calibration of vibration pick ups ­ units of density, specific gravity and viscosity used in industries ­ Baume scale API scale ­ pressure head type densitometer ­ float type densitometer ­ ultrasonic densitometer Bridge type gas densitometer. 3. Pressure measurement 12 Units of pressure ­ manometers ­ different types ­ elastic type pressure gauges ­ Bourde type bellows ­ diaphragms ­ Electrical methods ­ elastic elements with LVDT and strain gauges ­ capacitive type pressure gauge ­ piezo resistive pressure sensor ­ resonator pressure sensor ­ measurement of vacuum ­ McLeod gauge ­ thermal conductivity gauges ­ Ionization gauge cold cathode and hot cathode types ­ testing and calibration of pressure gauges ­ dead weight tester. 4. Temperature measurement 9 Definitions and standards ­ primary and secondary fixed points ­ calibration of thermometers different types of filled in system thermometer ­ sources of errors in filled in systems and their compensation ­ Bimetallic thermometers ­ Electrical methods of temperature measurement ­ signal conditioning of industrial RTDs and their characteristics ­3 lead and 4 lead RTDs. 5. Thermocouples and pyrometers 9 Thermocouples ­ law of thermocouple ­ fabrication of industrial thermocouples ­ signal conditioning of thermocouple output ­ thermal block references functions ­ commercial circuits for cold junction compensation ­ response of thermocouple ­ special techniques for measuring high temperature using thermocouples ­ Radiation methods of temperature measurement ­ radiation fundamentals ­ total radiation and selective radiation pyrometers ­ optical pyrometer ­ two colour radiation pyrometer. Text books 1. Ernest O.Doebelin, Measurement systems Application and Design, International Student Edition, IV Edition, McGraw Hill Book Company, 1998. 2257 8367 2243 48782.R.K.Jain, Mechanical and Industrial Measurements, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi, 1999.References 1. D.Patranabis, Principles of Industrial Instrumentation, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Ltd., New Delhi, 1999. 2. A.K.Sawhney, A course in Electrical and Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation ­ Dhanpat Raj and Sons, New Delhi, 1999. 3. P.Holman, Experimental Methods for Engineers International Student Edition, McGraw Hill Book Company, 1971. 4. B.C.Nakra and K.K.Chaudary, Instrumentation Measurement and Analysis, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd., New Delhi, 1985. INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTATION-II 1. Measurement of viscosity, humidity and moisture 9 Viscosity terms ­ say bolt viscometer ­ rotameter type viscometer ­ industrial consistency meters ­ humidity terms ­ dry and wet bulb psychrometers ­ hot wire electrode type hygrometer ­ dew cell ­ electrolysis type hygrometer ­ commercial type dew point meter ­ moisture terms ­ different methods of moisture measurement ­ moisture measurement in granular materials, solid penetrable materials like wood, web type material. 2. Mechanical type flowmeters 8 Theory of fixed restriction variable head type flow meters ­ orifice plate ­ venturi tube ­ flow nozzle ­ dall tube ­ installation of head flow meters ­ piping arrangement for different fluids ­ pilot tube. 3. Quantity meters, area flow meters and mass flow meters 10 Positive displacement flow meters ­ constructional details and theory of operation of mutating disc, reciprocation piston, oval gear and helix type flow meters ­ inferential meter ­ turbine flow meter ­ rota meter ­ theory and installation ­ angular momentum mass flow meter ­ coriolis mass flow meters ­ thermal mass flow meter ­ volume flow meter plus density measurement ­ calibration of flow meters ­ dynamic weighing method. 4. Electrical type flow meter 9 Principle and constructional details of electromagnetic flow meter ­ different types of excitation ­ schemes used ­ different types of ultrasonic flow meters ­ laser doppler anemometer systems ­ rortex shedding flow meter ­ target flow meter ­ solid flow rate measurement ­ guidelines for selection of flow meter. 5. Level measurement 9 Gauge glass technique coupled with photo electric readout system ­ float type level indication ­ different schemes ­ level switches level measurement using displacer and torque tube ­ bubbler system. Boiler drum level measurement ­ differential pressure method ­ hydra step systems ­ electrical types of level gauges using resistance, capacitance, nuclear radiation and ultrasonic sensors Text books 1. D.Patranabis, Principles of Industrial Instrumentation Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co., New Delhi, 1999 2. R.K.Jain, Mechanical and Industrial Measurements, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi 1999. References 1. Ernest O.Doebelin, Measurement systems application and design international student Edition, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co., New Delhi, 1999. 2. Patranabis, Principles of Industrial Instrumentation Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co., New Delhi, 1999 3. R.K.Jain, Mechanical and Industrial Measurements, Khanna Publishers, Delhi 1999. 4. A.K.Sawhney, A course in Electrical and Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation ­ Dhanpat Rai and Sons, New Delhi, 1999.5. 6.Eckman D.P.Industrial Instrumentation ­ Wiley Eastern Limited, 1990. Liptak B.G. Instrument Engineers Handbook (Measurement), Chilton Book Co., 1994.Course 10. Electrical Machines 1 (Web Course) Faculty Coordinator(s) : 1. Prof. Krishna Vasudevan Department of Electrical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Madras Chennai 600036. Email : [email protected] Telephone : (91-44) 2. Prof. G. Sridhara Rao Professor (Retd) Department of Electrical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Madras Chennai 600036 Email : [email protected] ; [email protected] Telephone: 91 - 44- 22351240 3. Prof. P. Sasidhara Rao Professor (Retd) Department of Electrical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Madras Chennai 600036 Email : [email protected] Off : 2257 8389Detailed Syllabus : Basic Theory, - Ideal transformer - Magnetizing current waveform. - Construction of transformers. - Effects of harmonics and harmonic compensation - Practical single phase transformer, - Equivalent circuit - Variable frequency operation. - Phasor diagram, - Regulation. - Switching surges, Mechanical forces in transformers Losses, Efficiency. - Parallel operation - Three winding transformer .- Polyphase connections. - Scott connected transformer - Auto transformer - Transformer windings. - Tap-changing and voltage control - Basics of transformer designConstruction of DC machines ­ lap and wave windings - EMF equation - Torque equation. - Methods of excitation of DC generators. - Commutation in DC machines. - Armature reaction, - Equivalent circuit. - Self excitation of generators. - Characteristics of DC generators. - Parallel operation of generators. - DC motor operation and characteristics. - Parallel operation of motors. - Losses in DC machines, Efficiency. - Brush less, commutator-less DC machine - Starting, speed control &amp; braking of DC.motors. Design of DC machines.Course 28. Industrial Drives (Web Course) Faculty Coordinator(s) : 1. Prof. K. R. Rajagopal Department of Electrical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Delhi Hauz Khas, New Delhi -110 016 Email [email protected], [email protected] Telephone : (91-11) Off : Res : Fax : Detailed Syllabus : 1. Introduction a. Classification of Electric Drives b. Requirements of Electric Drives c. Some Applications Converters and control a. Phase controlled converters b. Four quadrant operation c. Choppers d. AC to DC converters DC motor drives a. Speed-torque characteristics DC shunt, PMDC and series motors b. Dynamic model c. Speed and position control methods Inverters and PWM techniques a. voltage source inverters (1h) b. current source inverters (1h) c. PWM techniques i. sine-triangle comparison (1h) ii. harmonic elimination (1h) iii. hysteresis current controllers (1h) iv. space vector pwm (3h) AC motor drives a. d-q model of induction motor (2 h) b. constant flux speed control structure (2h) c. vector control model (3h) d. vector control structure (3h) (4 hours) 2659 6135, 2659 1071 2658 1045 2658 16062.(6 hours)3.(4 hours)4.(8 hours)5.(10 hours)Course 14. Electrical Machines 2 (Web Course) Faculty Coordinator(s) : 1. Prof. Krishna Vasudevan Department of Electrical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Madras Chennai 600036. Email : [email protected] Telephone : (91-44) 2. Prof. G. Sridhara Rao Professor (Retd) Department of Electrical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Madras Chennai 600036 Email : [email protected] ; [email protected] Telephone: 91 - 44- 22351240 3. Prof. P. Sasidhara Rao Professor (Retd) Department of Electrical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Madras Chennai 600036 Email : [email protected] Off : 2257 8389Detailed Syllabus : Construction of AC machines - Armature windings - emf equation - MMF of poly phase windings, rotating magnetic field. - IM action, Generalized transformer - Equivalent circuit, Performance calculation. - Testing, losses, efficiency - Torque, Power, and Power factor - Starting, speed control and braking - Single phase induction motor - Armature reaction in induction motors. - Equivalent cage rotor. - Induction generators, line excited, self excited. - Cascade connection, Induction frequency converter -. Harmonics and their effects High torque cage machines - Induction regulators, Linear induction machines - Magnetic circuit of AC machines - Magnetizing and .leakage fluxes. Basics of induction machine design. Armature reaction, - Equivalent circuit - Generator load characteristic - Regulation by emf method. Regulation of alternators by MMF and Potier methods - Parallel operation of alternators.. Generators on infinite bus bars, Capability chart of alternators. Electrical load diagram. Determination of xd, xq of salient pole machines Mechanical load diagram, O &amp; V curves - Regulation of salient pole alternators -Three phase and single phase short circuit on alternators - Starting of synchronous motors. Synchronous condensers. Synchronous induction motor. Principles of design. Reluctance machinesCourse 12. Control Engineering (Web Course) Faculty Coordinator(s) : 1. Prof. M Gopal Department of Electrical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Delhi Hauz Khas, New Delhi -110 016 Email : [email protected] Telephone : (91-11) Off : Res : Detailed Syllabus : Introduction to Control Problems Dynamic System and Dynamic Response Modes of Industrial Control Drives and Systems Basic Principles of Feedback Control Concepts of Stability and Routh Stability Criteria The performance of Feedback systems Compensator Design using Root Locus Plots The Nyquist Stability Criterion and Stability Margins Feedback System Performance based on Frequency Response Compensator Design Using Frequency Response Plots 2 Lectures 1 Lecture 3 Lectures 6 Lectures 8 Lectures 4 Lectures 3 Lectures 4 Lectures 5 Lectures 4 Lectures 2659 1067 2659 1882, 2658 1305Course 26. Power Systems Operation and Control (Web Course) Faculty Coordinator(s) : 1. Prof. A. M. Kulkarni Department of Electrical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Bombay Powai, Mumbai 400 076 Email : [email protected] Telephone : (91-22) Off : Res : Detailed Syllabus : 1) Introduction (Characteristics of Modern Power Systems) Physical Structure Operation and Control Functions and Hierarchies Design and Operating Criteria 2) Equipment and Stability Constraints (12-15 lectures) Capabilities and Constraints of Generators/Exciters/Turbines/ Network Elements (Lines, Transformers etc.) Constraints of Energy Supply Systems Load Characteristics Introduction to Angle/Voltage Instability phenomena Stability Constraints 3) Frequency and Voltage Control (15 lectures) Primary Control of Frequency : Governors Secondary Control of Frequency : AGC Voltage control : Automatic Voltage Regulators (generators), Shunt Compensation, SVC Introduction to Power Flow Control : HVDC, FACTS Load Curves Unit Commitment Introduction to the use of Optimization Methods 5) Load Dispatch Centre Functions Contingency Analysis Preventive, Emergency and Restorative Control (3-4 lectures 6) Additional Topics relating to new developments (3-4 lectures) 3-4 lectures 2576 7416 2576 8416Course 18. Power Electronics (Web Course) Faculty Coordinator(s) : 1. Prof. D. Kastha Department of Electrical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur Kharagpur 721302, West Bengal Email : [email protected] Telephone : (91-3222) Off : Res : 283058 283059, 2784702.Prof. D. Prasad Department of Electrical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur Kharagpur 721302, West Bengal Email : [email protected] Telephone : (91-3222) Off : Res : 283038 2830393. Prof. N. K. De Department of Electrical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur Kharagpur 721302, West Bengal Email : nkde @ ee.iitkgp.ernet.in Telephone : (91-3222) 283046 (Office) (91-3222) 283047 (Residence) 4. Prof. S. Sengupta Department of Electrical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur Kharagpur 721302, West Bengal Email : ssg @ ee.iitkgp.ernet.in Telephone : (91-3222) 283086 (Office) (91-3222) 283087 (Residence)Detailed Syllabus : Module-1 duration- 2hrsIntroduction: Application of Power Electronics to : 1) Motor control with emphasis on Traction and Industrial Process control 2) Power Supplies - Revolution in Personal Computers UPS 3) Power Transmission - Facts Technology, HVDC 4) Chemical Process 5) Battery charging 6) Power extraction from non-conventional enery sources 7) Automotive electronics 8) High energy physics Evolution of Power Electronics Days of Mercury arc rectification--forerunner of Power Electronics Invention of SCR and its impact Advent of Selfcommutated switches and their impact Module-2 duration-3hrsStructure of Power Electronics: How structurally power electronics differs from low power analog electronics Different types of switches Power Diodes: from the viewpoint of an application engineer SCR: Device structure, Static characteristic, dynamic characteristic constraints of time, different relevant ratings. Module-3Turn on and Turn offduration-2hrs battery charger,Diode rectifiers Applications: Power Supplies, Front end converter for ac motor drives, chemical process 1) Single phase Half wave with R load 2) Single phase Half wave with R-L load 3) Single phase Full bridge rectifier with dc link capacitive filter, issue of harmonics 4) Three phase Full bridge rectifier with dc link capacitive filter, issue of harmonics Module-4 AC to DC controlled converters Application: DC Motor Drives Battery chargers HVDC transmission 1) Single phase fully controlled AC to DC converter i) Principle of operation: Issue of line commutation ii) Continuous mode of conduction: expression for average output voltage iii) Modes of operation in the voltage-current plane iv) discontinuous mode of conduction v) analysis with R-L-E load, significance of R-L-E load vi) operation as an inverter: constraints for line commutation vii) Dual converter: motivation Simultaneous and nonsimultaneous control vii) input displacement factor, distortion factor, harmonics viii) Effect of source inductance ix) Requirement of snubber 2) Single phase half controlled converter: operating principle, input displacement factor Modes of operation in the voltage-current planeduration-4hrsModule-5 Three phase half wave ac to dc converter Principle of operation Derivation of o/p voltage issue of dc magnetization of the input transformer Module-5 Three phase fully controlled ac to dc converter Principle of operation Derivation of average output voltage Derivation of displacement factor Inverter mode of operation Constraints of commutation in inverter mode Effect of source inductance(1 hrs)(3hrs)Moduel - 6: Limitation of Line commutated converters Single phase unity powerfactor converter Principle of switched Power power conversion Bi-directional Power converters Module- 7 DC- DC Power Converters Limitations of Linear Power supplies Switched Power Power supplies ( Buck, Buck-Boost, Boost, Cuk, Fly-back and Forward Convverters) Transfer fucntion for these converters Module-8 Motivation DC- AC Power Converters Principle of operation of Inverters Half bridge, full bridge, three phase- six step operation, voltage control, PWM techniques( 4 hrs)(8 hrs)8 hrsCourse 34. Illumination Engineering (Web Course) Faculty Coordinator(s) : 1. Prof. N. K. Kishore Department of Electrical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur Kharagpur 721302, West Bengal Email : [email protected] Telephone : (91-3222) Off : Res : Fax : Detailed Syllabus : Radiation, colour, eye &amp; vision; different entities of illuminating systems; Light sources: daylight, incandescent, electric discharge, fluorescent, arc lamps and lasers; Luminaries, wiring, switching &amp; control circuits; Laws of illumination; illumination from point, line and surface sources. Photometry and spectrophotometry; photocells. Environment and glare. General illumination design. Interior lighting ­ industrial, residential, office departmental stores, indoor stadium, theater and hospitals. Exterior lighting- flood, street, aviation and transport lighting, lighting for displays and signaling- neon signs, LED-LCD displays beacons and lighting for surveillance. Utility services for large building/office complex &amp; layout of different meters and protection units. Diferent type of loads and their individual protections. Selection of cable/wire sizes; potential sources of fire hazards and precautions. Emergency supply ­ stand by &amp; UPS. A specific design problem on this aspect 1.) Radiation &amp; colour ­ 2 Lectures 2) eye &amp; vision ­ 2 Lectures 3) different entities of illuminating systems - 2 Lectures. 4) Light sources: daylight, Lectures incandescent, electric discharge, fluorescent, arc lamps and lasers ­ 4 283060 283061 2777125) Luminaries, wiring, switching &amp; control circuits ­ 3 Lectures 6) Laws of illumination; illumination from point, line and surface sources ­ 2 Lectures 7) Photometry and spectrophotometry; photocells ­ 2 Lectures 8) Environment and glare ­ 2 Lectures. 9) General illumination design ­ 2 Lectures.10) Interior lighting ­ industrial, residential, office departmental stores, indoor stadium, theater and hospitals ­ 4 Lectures. 11) Exterior lighting- flood, street, aviation and transport lighting, lighting for displays and signalingneon signs, LED-LCD displays beacons and lighting for surveillance ­ 4 Lectures. 12) Utility services for large building/office complex &amp; layout of different meters and protection units ­ 3 Lectures. 13) Diferent type of loads and their individual protections ­ 2 Lecture. 14) Selection of cable/wire sizes; potential sources of fire hazards and precautions. Emergency supply ­ stand by &amp; UPS - 4Lectures. 15) A specific design problem on this aspect - 2 Lectures.Course 1. Power System Protection (Web Course)Faculty Coordinator(s):Prof. S.A. Soman Department of Electrical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Bombay Powai, Mumbai 400 076 Email : [email protected] Telephone: (91-22) Off: 2576 7435 (91-22) Res: 2576 8435Course OverviewReliability of electrical energy systems to a large extent is a consequence of the reliability of it's protection system. Basic building blocks of the protection system are fuses, over current and distance relays and differential protection schemes. In this course, we will introduce their principles and applications to apparatus and system protection. Technology of relaying has changed significantly in last century. The first generations of relays were electromechanical devices. The second generation involved solid state relays. The present generations of numerical relays are realized by digital signal processing. In this course, we will also introduce both theory and practice of the numerical relays.The course can be used as a first course in power system protection. It should be also useful to graduate students, practicing engineers as well as the research community.ObjectivesIn this course, we plan to teach the following:1. Fundamental principles of fuse and over current protection and application to feeder and motor protection.2. Fundamental principles of distance relaying and application to transmission system protection.3. Fundamental principles of differential protection and application to transformer, bus bar and generator armature winding protection.4. Role of Current and Voltage transformers in power system protection.5. Relay co-ordination in transmission and distribution system.6. Introduction to Numerical relaying. DSP fundamentals like aliasing, sampling theorem, Discrete Fourier Transform and application to current and voltage phasor estimation.7. Numerical relaying algorithms for over current, distance and differential protection with application to transmission system, transformer and bus bar protection.Course 16. Power Systems Analysis (Web Course) Faculty Coordinator(s) : 1. Prof. Arindam Ghosh Department of Electrical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur Kanpur - 208016 Email : [email protected] Telephone : (91-512) Off : Res : Fax : Detailed Syllabus : Module - 1 Basic Definitions, Power Factor Improvement Methods, Distribution Network and its Efficiency Calculations Module ­ 2 Transmission System Modelling. Short line, Medium line and Long lines, Compensations and Line Parameters (A B C D) Module ­ 3 Modelling of Component, Synchronous Machine Models, Transformer Models, Tap Changer models, SVS Models Module ­ 4 Y­Bus, Z-Bus, Load Flow Methods. Optimal Power Flow Methods Module ­ 5 Short Circuit Studies 2597 179 2598 799 2590 063Course 22. Non-Conventional Energy Systems (Web Course) Faculty Coordinator(s) : 1. Prof. L. Umanand Centre for Electronic Design &amp; Technology Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore Bangalore 560 012 Email : [email protected] Telephone : (91-80) Off : 3600810Detailed Syllabus : 1. Introduction (2 hours) a. Fossil fuel based systems b. Impact of fossil fuel based systems c. Non conventional energy ­ seasonal variations and availability d. Renewable energy ­ sources and features e. Hybrid energy systems f. Distributed energy systems and dispersed generation (DG) Traditional energy systems a. Sources b. Features and characteristics c. Applications i. Transport ­ bullock cart, horse carriage, camels ii. Agriculture ­ ox plough, water lifting devices iii. Human power ­ bicycle, cycle rickshaw etc. iv. House hold ­ cooking (bio mass), lighting etc Solar thermal systems a. Solar radiation spectrum b. Radiation measurement c. Technologies d. Applications i. Heating ii. Cooling iii. Drying iv. Distillation v. Power generation Solar Photovoltaic systems a. Operating principle b. Photovoltaic cell concepts c. Cell, module, array d. Series and parallel connections e. Maximum power point tracking f. Applications i. Battery charging ii. Pumping iii. Lighting (3 hours)2.3.(6 hours)4.(6 hours)iv. Peltier cooling 5. Microhydel a. Operating principle b. Components of a microhydel power plant c. Types and characteristics of turbines d. Selection and modification e. Load balancing Wind a. b. c. d. e. Wind patterns and wind data Site selection Types of wind mills Characteristics of wind generators Load matching (4 hours)6.(3 hours)7.Biomass a. Learning objectives b. Operating principle c. Combustion and fermentation d. Anaerobic digester e. Wood gassifier f. Pyrolysis g. Applications i. Bio gas ii. Wood stoves iii. Bio diesel iv. Combustion engine Costing a. Life cycle costing (LCC) b. Solar thermal system LCC c. Solar PV system LCC d. Microhydel LCC e. Wind system LCC f. Biomass system LCC Hybrid a. b. c.(3 hours)8.(2 hours)9.Systems (3 hours) Need for Hybrid Systems Range and type of Hybrid systems Case studies of Diesel-PV, Wind-PV, Microhydel-PV, Biomass-Diesel systems, electric and hybrid electric vehiclesCourse 23. Embedded Systems (Web Course) Faculty Coordinator(s) :1.Prof. Amit Patra Department of Electrical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur Kharagpur 721302, West Bengal Email : [email protected] Telephone : (91-3222) Off : Res : 283070 283071, 2777502.Prof. Rajib Mall Department of Computer Science &amp; Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur Kharagpur 721302, West Bengal Email : rajib @ cse.iitkgp.ernet.in Telephone : (91-3222) 283483 (Office) (91-3222) 277824 (Residence)3.Prof. A. Routray Department of Electrical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur Kharagpur 721302, West Bengal Email : aroutray @ ee.iitkgp.ernet.in Telephone : (91-3222) 283072 (Office) (91-3222) 283073 (Residence)Detailed Syllabus : Topic Serial No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. Topic Number of lecture equiv. 1 2 2 2 3 3 2 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2Embedded Processing ­ Evolution, Issues and Challenges; System and Processor Architecture : von Neumann, Harvard and their variants Memory Architecture and Devices Input-Output Devices and Mechanisms Instruction Set and Addressing Modes Interfacing of Memory and Peripheral Devices ­ Functional and Timing Issues Application Specific Logic Design using Field Programmable Devices and ASICs Analog to Digital and Digital to Analog Converters Bus I/O and Networking Considerations Bus and Wireless Protocols Embedded Systems Software : Constraints and Performance Targets Real-time Operating Systems : Introduction Scheduling in Real-time Operating Systems Memory and I/O Management : Device Drivers Embedded Software Development : Flow, Environments and Tools System Specification and Modelling Programming Paradigms System Verification Performance Analysis and Optimisation : Speed, Power and Area Optimisation Testing of Embedded Systems System Design ExampleCourse 3. Numerical Analysis (Web Course) Faculty Coordinator(s) : 1. Prof. Vittal Rao Centre for Electronic Design &amp; Technology Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore Bangalore 560 012 Email : [email protected] Telephone : (91-80) Off : 3600810Detailed Syllabus : 1. Errors a. b. c. d. 2. and approximations error definitions accuracy and precision round off and truncation errors error propagation (2 hours)Roots of equations a. bracketing methods b. open methods like newton-raphson, secant etc. Solutions of simultaneous linear algebraic equations a. Gauss Elimination b. Matrix inversion c. Gauss Seidel d. LU decomposition methods Curve fitting a. Least squares regression i. linear ii. polynomial iii. nonlinear b. Interpolation c. Fourier series approximation Finite differences a. forward differences b. back ward differences c. central differences Numerical differentiation Numerical integration Numerical solutions for ordinary differential equations a. Euler b. Modified Euler c. Runge-Kutta d. Adaptive Runge Kutta(2 hours)3.(8 hours)4.(8 hours)5.(2 hours)6. 7. 8.(2 hours) (4 hours) (4 hours)`

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