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SYLLABUS PRESCRIBED FOR FOUR YEAE B.E.

DEGREE COURSE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (ELECTRICAL & POWER) SEMESTER PATTERN (CREDIT GRADE SYSTEM) THIRD & FOURTH SEMESTER THIRD SEMESTER 3EL01 MATHEMATICS-III SECTION-A UNIT-I: Ordinary differential equations:- Completer solution, Operator D,Rules for finding complementary function, the in erse oprator, Rules for finding the particular integral, !ethod of ariations of parameters, Cauchy"s and #egendre"s linear differential equations$ %imultaneous linear differential equations &ith constant co-efficient, 'pplications to electrical circuits$ UNIT-II : #aplace transforms: definition, standard forms, properties of #aplace transform, in erse #aplace transform, initial and final alue theorem, Con olution theorem, #aplace transform of impulse function, Unit step function, #aplace transforms of periodic function$ UNIT-III : a( 'pplication of #$T$ to linear differential equations &ith constant coefficients ) %imultaneous linear differential equations$ *( +ourier transforms- Definition, standard forms, in erse +ourier transform, ,roperties of +ourier transforms, Con olution theorem, +ourier sine and +ourier cosine transforms and integrals$ SECTION-B UNIT-I- : a( Difference equation:- solution of difference equations of first order, %olution of difference equations of higher order &ith constant co-efficients$ *( .-transform: Definition, standard forms, .-transform of impulse function, Unit step functions, ,roperties of .transforms /#inearity,shifting, multiplication *y 0, change of scale(, initial and final alues, in erse .-transforms /*y direct di ision and partial fraction(, %olution of difference equation *y .-transforms$ UNIT-- : -ector calculus: %calar and ector point functions, Differentiation of ectors, Cur es in space ,1radient of a scalar point function, and their physical meaning, e2pansion formulae /&ith out proof($ UNIT--I : #ine,surface, olume integrals, irrotational and solenoidal ector fields, %to0e"s and Di ergence theorem /&ith out proof($ BOOKS RECOMMENDED:3( 'D-'NC4D 4N1IN44RIN1 !'T54!'TIC%, 64 7 ,otter O2ford Uni ersity ,ress 899: 8( !athematical Techniques 7 ;ordan and %mith <=e 7 O2ford Uni ersity ,ress 899: 6( ' !athematical Companion for science and engineering students 7 >retten*ach O2ford uni ersity press 899: <( 4lements of 'pplied !athematics *y ,$N$?arti0ar and ;$N$?arti0ar @( 'd ancing 4ngg$ !athematics *y 4$A$AreyBig$ 3EL0 NETWORK ANALYSIS SECTION-A U!"# I : $%T&'("!$) E)&(&!# R&)$#"*!+,"-+: --I relationship for Inductance and Capacitance- Constant +lu2 #in0age Theorem and Constant Charge Theorem- -i relationship for Independent -oltage and Current %ources - -i relationship for dependent oltage and current sources- %ource +unctions: unit impulse, unit step, unit ramp and inter relationship, sinusoidal input ,generaliBed e2ponential input$ .% B$+"/ N*0$) $!0 (&+, A!$)1+"+: Introduction, Nodal analysis, the super node, mesh analysis, the super mesh, nodal s mesh analysis U!"# II : N&#2*'3 T,&*'&(+ : #inearity and superposition, source transformations, The inin"s theorem , Norton"s theorem, !a2imum po&er transfer theorem, Delta-&ye transformations Reciprocity theorem, !illiaman"s theorem, %u*stitution theorem, Compensation theorem, Tellegen"s theorems U!"# III : T"(& D*($"! A!$)1+"+ *4 C"'/5"#+: #inear Differential 4quations for %eries RC, ,arallel RC, %eries R#, ,arallel R#, %eries R#C, ,arallel R#C and Coupled Circuits-Complete %olution for step=impulse=sinusoid oltage=current inputs-Natural Response-Transient Response-Time Constant-Rise and +all times-Concept of d$c steady state and sinusoidal steady state-+requency Response of simple circuits from steady state solution-%olution of t&o mesh circuits *y differential equation method-Determination of initial conditions$ SECTION-B U!"# I6 : $% R&7"&2 *4 L$-)$/& T'$!+4*'(+: #aplace Transform-Transform ,airs-1ate +unctions-%hifting Theorem-%olution of Differential 4quations *y #aplace Transforms-Initial and +inal -alue Theorems-#aplace Transforms of periodic signals-In ersion of transforms *y partial fractions-Con olution Theorem and Con olution Integral$ (Review to be done by students. No class hour will be spent for this review.) .% T'$!+4*'($#"*! *4 $ C"'/5"# "!#* +-0*($"!: Transformed equi alent of inductance, capacitance and mutual inductance -Impedance and admittance in the transform domain - Node 'nalysis and !esh 'nalysis of the

transformed circuit - Nodal 'dmittance !atri2 and !esh Impedance !atri2 in the s-domain - %olution of transformed circuits including mutually coupled circuits-Input and transfer immittance functions - Transfer functions - Impulse response and Transfer function - ,oles and .eros - ,ole .ero plots, U!"# 6 : $% S"!5+*"0$) S#&$01 S#$#& $!$)1+"+: I!#'* duction, characteristics of sinusoids, forced response to sinusoidal functions, the comple2 forcing function, The phasor, phasor relationships for R # C, impedance and admittance , sinusoidal steady state analysis &ith phasors$ .% F*5'"&' S&'"&+: +ourier %eries representation of non-sinusoidal periodic &a eforms - +ourier CoefficientsDetermination of Coefficients-?a eform %ymmetry-42ponential +ourier %eries-Discrete 'mplitude and ,hase %pectra-%teady %tate %olution of Circuits &ith non-sinusoidal periodic inputs *y +ourier %eries U!"# 6I : T2* P*'# N&#2*'3+: t&o port net&or0s-characteriBations in terms of impedance, admittance, hy*rid and transmission parameters-inter relationships among parameter sets-Reciprocity Theorem-Interconnection of T&o port net&or0s: %eries, ,arallel and Cascade - Net&or0 +unctions-,ole .ero plots and steady state response from poleBero plots$ B**3+ R&/*((&!0&0 :3( #inear Circuit 'nalysis 8=e 7 DeCarlo and #in O2ford Uni ersity ,ress 899C 8( Circuits ) Net&or0s 7*y !$%$%u0hiDa, T$A$Nagasar0ar, O2ford Uni ersity ,ress, 8939 6( 4ngineering Circuit 'nalysis E=e >y 5ayt ) Aemmerly Tata!cgra& 5ill 899< <( Net&or0 'nalysis, >y !$4$ -an -al0en*erg ,5I 899@ @( 4lectrical Circuits F 4d$7 Da id >ell O2ford Uni ersity ,ress 899: E( Net&or0 'nalysis, ,$Ramesh *a*u, %CIT4C5 ,u*lications,Chennai 899C F( Circuit and Net&or0 'nalysis >y %udha0ar %hyammohan Tata !c 1ra& 5ill 899@ 3EL03 ENERGY RESOURCES AND GENERATION SECTION A U!"# I : T,&'($) $!0 H10'* P*2&' -)$!#: %election of site, &or0ing of arious parts: 4conomiBer, air preheater, condenser, cooling to&er, coal handling system, ash handling system, Classification of hydro po&er plant according to a aila*le head, nature of load, functions of different components and their &or0ing$ U!"# II : N5/)&$' $!0 D"&+&) P*2&' -)$!# : !ethods of producing nuclear reactions, functions of different components of nuclear plant, functions of different components of diesel plant U!"# III : S*)$' E!&'81 $!0 "#+ (&$+5'&(&!# : %olar constants, solar radiation at earth"s surface, solar radiation geometry, solar radiation measurement, estimation of a erage solar radiation, solar radiation on tilted surface, principle of solar energy con ersion in to heat, flat plate collectors, energy *alance equation and collector efficiency SECTION B U!"# I6 : $% F5&) /&))+: Chemistry applied to fuel cells, principle and operation ,classification and types of fuel cells, performance characteristics of fuel cells, classification of fuel cells system .% W"!0 E!&'81: >asic principle of &ind energy con ersion, &ind data and energy estimation, selection of site, *asic components of &ind energy con ersion system /?4C%(, classification of ?4C systems, generating system, energy storage, application of &ind energy$ U!"# 6 : O/&$! $!0 #"0$) &!&'81: Ocean energy resources, ocean energy routes, ocean thermal energy con ersion, progressi e &a e, &a e data collection, >asic principle of tidal po&er, components of tidal po&er plants, operation methods of utiliBation of tidal energy, estimation of po&er and energy in simple single *asin tidal system U!"# 6I : O#,&' !*!- /*!7&!#"*!$) &!&'81 '&+*5'/&+: Operating principle of energy from *iomass, energy from *iogas, geothermal energy, !5D po&er generation, energy from ur*an and rural &aste, mini and micro hydroelectric po&er generation, principle and operation of fuel cells, classification and types of fuel cells, performance characteristics of fuel cells$ B**3+ R&/*((&!0&0 :3( 4nergy %cience, ,rinciples Technologies ) Impacts ;ohn 'ndre&s ) Nic0 ;elley, O2ford Uni$ ,ress 899C 8( Rene&a*le 4nergy 7 ,o&er for sustaina*le future 1odfrey >oyle O2ford Uni ersity ,ress 899< 6( Con entional 4nergy Technology >y%$>$,andya, Tata !c-1ra&5ill 899@ <( Non Con entional 4nergy Resources >y1$D$Rai, Ahanna ,u*lishers 8993 @( 4nergy and 'tmosphere >y I$!$Camp*ell, ?iley, Ne& Gor0 899E E( %olar 4nergy >y %$,$%u0hatme, Tata !c-1ra&5ill 899E F( Con entional 4nergy Resourses >y >$5$Ahan, Tata !c-1ra&5ill 8996 3 EL09 ELECTRONIC DE6ICES AND CIRCUITS SECTION-A UNIT-I : ,-N ;unction diode theory, Rectifiers - 5alf &a e, full &a e and *ridge rectifier$ +ilters-C, #C and their analysis, .ener diode and its applications$ UNIT-II : Theory and 'nalysis of >I ;unction transistor,H5" ,arameter, methods of *iasing, their needs, HI" and sta*ility factors, compensation techniques$ UNIT-III %tudy of typical transistor amplifer circuits i( 4mitter follo&er, ii( Darlington emitter follo&er$

iii( >ootstrap emitter follo&er, i ( RC coupled amplifier, ( Transformer coupled amplifier, i( Cascaded amplifier, ii( Direct coupled amplifier, iii( Cascade stage$ SECTION-B UNIT-I- : ClassH'" H>" H'>" and HC" amplifiers, configuration of audio amplifiers, Calculations of po&er gain, efficiency, dissipation and distortion, oscillators, their criteria, 5artley, Collpit and R-C oscillators, Crystal oscillator$ UNIT-- : Theory, construction and applications of %chott0y diode,Tunnel diode, -aractor diode, %elenium diode, #4D, ,hoto diode, ,IN diode, photo-transistor$ UNIT--I : +4Ts /;+4T ) !O%+4T( : Types, Characteristics and parameters /u, gm ) Rds(,'pplications of +4T amplifiers, U;T: Characteristics, &or0ing, U;T as rela2ation oscillator$ BOOKS RECOMMENDED: 3( 4lectronic De ices and Circuits @=e 7 Da id >ell O2ford Uni ersity ,ress 8(!illman"s 4lectronic de ices ) Circuits *y ;$!illman, C$5al0ias, %atya*rata ;it T!5 6 rd edition, 6( !icroelectronic Circuits @=6 7 %edra nad %mith O2ford Uni ersity ,ress <( >oylestad R$ and J4lectronics De ices ) Circuits @4d$K , ,rentice 5all of India ,ri ate #imited, Ne& Delhi 3EL0: ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENT AND INSTRUMENTATION SECTION A U!"# I : M&$+5'"!8 I!+#'5(&!#+: Classification, deflecting, controlling, damping, *rea0ing torques$ >asic principles of operation of 'mmeter ) -oltmeter: ,!!C, !I, 4lectro dynamic, 4lectrostatic: construction, ,rinciple of operation, torque equation, %cale shape, errors, merits ) demerits of each type$ U!"# II : W$##(&#&'+ & E!&'81 (&#&'+: 4lectro dynamic ) Induction type: construction, theory of operation, torque equation, errors ) demerits, 4lectronic energy meter$ 'nalysis of three phase *alanced load, >londel"s Theorem, !easurement of acti e ) reacti e po&er ) energy in single phase ) three phase circuits$ U!"# III : $% I!+#'5(&!# T'$!+4*'(&' : Need of e2tension of range: e2tension using shunt ) multipliers Instrument transformers: CT ) ,T, Theory ) construction, ,hasor diagram, Ratio ) ,hase angle error, causes of error, applications 5all effect sensors for oltage and current measurement$ .% S-&/"$) M&$+5'"!8 I!+#'5(&!#+ :- !a2imum demand indicator, Tri ector meter, +requency meter, ,$+$ meter, ,hase sequence indicator, %ynchroscope, stro*oscope, potentiometers$ SECTION B U!"# I6 : M&$+5'&(&!# *4 /"'/5"# -$'$(&#&'+ : Different methods of measurement of lo&, medium ) high alue of resistance, sensiti ity ) accuracy of different methods$ 'C ) DC *ridges : ?heatstone, Ael in, !a2&ell, ?ein, 5ay, Desauty, 'nderson, %chearing U!"# 6 : G&!&'$)";&0 "!+#'5(&!#$#"*! +1+#&( , characteristics of measurement ) instrumentation system Transducers : Definition, classification, specification, selection ) loading effect, Displacement, -elocity, force, ) Torque transducers, Resisti e, Inducti e, capaciti e, %train gauge, ,ieBoelectric, current ) oltage transducers$ U!"# 6I : T'$!+05/&'+ 4*' -'&++5'& & #&(-&'$#5'& : !anometer, 4lastic mem*ers />ello&s, >ourdon tu*e, Diaphragm(, RTD, Thermocouple, Thermister, Infrared ) Crystal Cathode ray oscilloscope: Time, frequency ) phase angle measurement using CRO$ %pectrum ) ?a e analyBer$ B**3+ R&/*((&!0&0 3( 4lectronic !easurement ) Instrumentation *y Oli er 7 cage, T!5 <th reprint 8939 8( 4lectronic Instrumentation ) !easurement , Da id >ell O2ford Uni ersity ,ress 8nd 4d 6( 4lectronic Instrumentation *y 5$% Aalsi, T!5 6rd edition, 8nd reprint 8933 <( Instrumentation for scientists and 4ngineers 7 Turner O2ford Uni ersity ,ress 899: @( ' course in 4lectrical, 4lectronics measurement and Instrumentation, >y '$A$%a&hney Dhanpat Rai ) sons 899E E( 4lectrical measurement and measuring Instruments >y 1olding ?heeler ,u*lishing 8996 F( 4lectronic measurement and measuring Instruments >y Coo 3EL0< NETWORK ANALYSIS LAB A!1 TEN &=-&'"(&!#+ .$+&0 *! /*!#&!#+ *4 3EL0 NETWORK ANALYSIS 3 EL0> ELECTRONIC DE6ICES AND CIRCUITS LAB A!1 TEN &=-&'"(&!#+ .$+&0 *! /*!#&!#+ *4 3 EL09 ELECTRONIC DE6ICES AND CIRCUITS

3EL0? ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENT AND INSTRUMENTATION LAB A!1 TEN &=-&'"(&!#+ .$+&0 *! /*!#&!#+ *4 3EL0: ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENT AND INSTRUMENTATION SEMESTER : FOURTH 9EL01 ELECTRICAL MACHINE I SECTION A Unit I: D$C$ !achines Construction, principle of operation, 4mf equation, torque equation$ 'rmature &inding 7 #ap, &a e, single layer, dou*le layer$ 'rmature reaction and commutation, method of impro ing commutation$ Unit II: D$C$ 1enerators$ Types, characteristics and applications of d$c$ shunt, series and compound generators$ ,arallel operation of d$c$ shunt, series and compound generators$ Introduction for conducting and reporting the test on d$c$ machines as per Indian standard$ Unit III: D$C$ !otors Characteristics, applications of d$c$ shunt, series and compound motors, starting and speed control, losses, efficiency and testing$ SECTION-B Unit I-: %ingle phase Transformer$ 5eat run test, separation of core losses in to its component, parallel operation, equi alent circuit$ 'utotransformer construction, &or0ing, merits, demerits and application$ Introduction for conducting and reporting the test on transformer as per Indian standard$ Unit -: Three phase Transformer: Construction, &or0ing, types, connections, applications, testing, parallel operation, open delta, po&er transformer, distri*ution transformer construction$ Unit -I: Three phase to single phase, t&o phase, si2 phase, t&el e phase con ersion$ Three-&inding transformer and tap changing transformer$ ?a e forms of no-load current and inrush current phenomenon$ B**3+ R&/*((&!0&0 4#4CTRIC !'C5IN4RG and Transformer, 64 7 >hag % 1uru O2ford Uni ersity ,ress 4lectrical !achines *y D$,$Aothari, I$;$nagrath T!5 <th edition, 8nd reprint 8933 'd ance 4lectrical Technology >y 5$Cooton$ 3CCC %u*station 4quipment >y %atnam and 1upta 8996 $ 9EL0 ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY SECTION A SECTION-A Unit I : Unit II : Unit III: Re ie& of -ector 'nalysis :cartesian, cylindrical and spherical co-ordinate systems, ector alge*ra and ector calculas$ #ine integral and multiple integrals$ 1auss theorem$ 4lectrostatics : Coulom*"s la&, electric field, 1auss flu2 theorem in integral and differential form$ 4lectrostatics potential, ,oison and #aplace equations$ 4lectrostatics fields in dielectrics : electric dipole, polariBation$ , and D conditions$ Capacitance and electrical energy$ SECTION-B Unit I-: Unit - : !agnetic fields : >iot-%te&art la&, 'mpere"s la& in integral and differential form$ Contunuity equation, time of rela2ation$ -ector and %caler magnetic potential, electric current, ; ector$ !agnetic fields in materials : magnetic dipole equi alent olume and plane section cur e$ 5 ector, magnetiBation ector !, *oundary conditions *et&een magnetic materials, inductance, 4lectromagnetic 4nergy$ !a2&ell equations and &a e equations : Displacement current, time arying fields and !a2&ell"s equations, plane uniform magnetic &a es$ Depth of penetration poynting ector$ ectors, *oundary

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B**3+ R&/*((&!0&0 3( 4ngineering 4lectromagnetics *y ?$5$5ayt, ;$'$>uc0, T!5 Fth edition 8939 8( P'"!/"-)&+ *4 E)&/#'*($8!&#"/+ 9@& M$#,&2 S$0"35 O=4*'0 U!"7&'+"#1 P'&++ 6( +oundation of 4lectromagnetic Theory <4d, ;ohn ReitB, +$;$!ilford,R$?$Christy, ,4'R%ON 8939 <( 4lements of 4ngineering 4lectromagnetics, Nannapaneni Narayana Rao, ,4'R%ON education 899E @( +ield Theory, D$ 1anesh rao, C,A,Narayanapa ,4'R%ON education ,8939

9EL03 ANALOG AND DIGITAL CIRCUITS SECTION-A Unit I : Introduction to IC"s : !onolithic IC technology the planner process, +a*rication, >;T, +4Ts, C!Os, Technology, Characteristics of IC components, Operation amplifierL >loc0 schematic internal circuits, #e el shifting, o erload protection, study of IC F<3 op-amo,!easurement of op-amp parameter$ Unit II : #inear and Non-linear 'pplication of Op-amp:- In erting and nonin erting amplifiers, oltage follo&er, integrator, differentiator differential amplifier, %inusoidal RC-phaseshift and ?ein *ridge oscillators, clipping, clamping and comparator circuits using op-amps$ 'sta*le, *ista*le and monosta*le multi i*rator using op-amps$ Unit III : Other linear IC"s : >loc0 schematic of regulator IC F86, and its applications, study of F: MM, FC MM and its applications, %!,%,>loc0 schematic of timer IC @@@ and its applications as a timer, asta*le, monosta*le, *ista*le multi i*rator and other applications, Operation of phase loc0 loop system and IC @E@ ,##, its application$ SECTION-B Unit I- : >asic #ogic Circuits : #ogic gate characteristics, N!O% in ertor, propagation delay, N!O% logic gate,C!O% in ertor, C!O% logic gates, >;T in ertor, TT#, N'ND gate,TT# output, state TT# logic families, 4C# circuits,composition logic families$ Unit - : Com*inational Digital Circuits: %tandard gate assem*lies,>inary adder, 'rithmetic functions, Digital comparator, ,arity chec0 generator, Decoder = demultiple2er, Data selector = multiple2er, 4ncoder, RO!, T&o dimensional addressing of RO!,RO! applications, ,RO!,4,RO!,,'# 'ND ,#'%$ Unit -I : %equential Circuits and %ystems: >ista*le #atch, +lip-+lop cloc0ed %R,;-A, T, D type shift Registers, counter$ Design using filp-flops, Ripple and synchronous types, application of counters, Dynamic !O% shift registers, R'!, >ipolar R'! Cells$ BOOKS:3$!illaman, !icroelectronics, 8nd 4d$, !c1ra& 5ill$ 8$!icroelectronics Circuits 6 4d, %edra %mith , OU,$ 6$ Operational 'mplifires and ICs, 64d, Da id >ell, O2ford$ 6$ 1aya0&ad, Op-'mp ) ##1, 8nd 4d$ <$ !al ino ) #each, Digital ,rinciples ) 'pplications, <th 4d$, !c1ra& 5ill$ @$ A$>$>ot0ar, Integrated 4lectronics /Ahanna ,u*lishers$( $ 9EL09 MATHEMATICS-I6 SECTION-A Unit I : a( *( Comple2 aria*les : analytic functions, Cauchy-Riemann conditions$ 5armonic function, 5armonic conDugate functions, !ilne"s method$ Confirmed mapping : mapping *y elementary functions of the type ?NBOc, ?NcB, ?N3=B, ?NB 8, ?Ne8, ?NBO3=B and *ilinear transformation$ /39 5rs$( Unit II : Comple2 Integral : singular points, Taylor"s series, #aurent"s series, Cauchy"s integral theorem and Cauchy"s integral formula$ Residue : Cauchy"s residue theorem$ Contour integrals$ Integration forms : f/2( d2, f /sin2, cos 2( d2 /39 5rs$( Unit III: ,atial differential equations : first order and first degree p$d$ equation type$ /i( f /p, q( N 9, /ii( f /p, q, B( N 9, /iii( f /p, q, 2, y( N 9 /i ( f /p, q, 2, y, B( N 9 etc$ #agrange"s form ,p O Iq N R$ Clarinet"s form . N p2 O q O f /p, q($ 4quation reduci*le to standard form$ 5omogeneous ,$D$4$ of nth order$

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SECTION-B Unit I-: %pecial functions : solution of #egendre"s and >essel"s equations *y +ro*ensious method, >essel"s function Ist 0ind generating function, recurrence relating alues of ; 3=8 /2( , ; -3=8/2(, ; 6=8 /2( etc$#egendre"s function of Ist 0ind : generating function, Rodrigues function, recurrence relation, #egendre"s polynomials and orthogonal properties$ /39 5rs$(

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Unit -I: a( Cur e fittings *y method of #east %quares$ Correlation and regression$ *( !atri2 differential equation : solution and integrated solution, %yl ester"s theorem, solution of differential equations *y matri2 method and ,eano >a0er method$ /39 5rs$( BOOKS RECOMMENDED : 3( ,ipes : !athematics for 4ngineers and ,hysicist$ 8( ,$N$ ?arti0ar and ;$N$?arti0ar : ' Te2t >oo0 of 'pplied !athematics$ 6( >$%$1re&al : 'd ance 4ngineering !athematics$ <( %$1$1upta : %tatistical !ethods$ @( %peigal : %tatistics /%chaum"s series( E( %peigal : Comple2 a /%chaum"s series( 9EL0: NUMERICAL METHODS AND COMPUTER PROGRAMMING SECTION A %olution of 'lge*raic ) Transcendental equations : +loating point num*er representation, errors, accuracy, sta*ility of algorithms$ >rac0eting methods : *isection method and +alse ,osition method$ Open methods : Ne&ton-Raphson method, %ecant method and %uccessi e 'ppro2imation method$ Comparison of different iterati e methods$ Implementation of these methods in C$ %olution of %imultaneous 'lge*raic equations : Iterati e methods : ;aco*i"s method and 1auss%eidel method$ Direct methods : 1aussian elimination method ) !atri2 In erse method$ +inding 4igen alues of a matir2, determination of largest 4igen alue$ Implementation of these methods in C$ Interpolation : 4 enly spaced points : formation of for&ard ) *ac0&ard difference ta*le, Ne&ton"s for&ard ) *ac0&ard difference interpolation formulae$ Une enly spaced points : di ided difference ta*le and Ne&ton"s di ided difference interpolation formula, #agrange"s method$ Interpolation &ith Cu*ic splines$ Implementation of these methods in C$ SECTION-B Numerical Differentation and Integration : Numerical differentation : Taylor"s series method, Richardson e2trapolation method, numerical differentation using interpolation polynomial /first ) second deri ati e near the *egining ) end of the ta*le($ Numerical Integration : TrapeBoidal Rule, %impson"s Rules, Rom*erg method, 1aussian quadrature method$ Implementation of these methods in C$ %olution of ordinary differential equations : Initial alue pro*lem : Taylor"s series method, RungeAutta methods - second ) fourth order, 4uler"s method, 4uler"s modified method$ %olution of simultaneous ) higher order differential equations using Runge-Autta fourth order method$ %tiff differential equations and their solutions$ >oundary alue pro*lem : +inite difference method and Cu*ic spline method$ Implementation of these methods in C$ ,rinciples of O*Dect Oriented ,rogramming : OO, paradigm, *asic concepts of OO,, *enefits of OO,, *asic data types, users defined data types, deri ed data types, operators and control statements$

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BOOKS RECOMMENDED 3( Numerical !ethods &ith ,rogramms in C *y T$-eeraraDan, T$Ramachandran T!5 8 nd edition, Eth reprint 8933 8( NUMERICAL METHODS - P'"!/"-)&+A A!$)1+"+ & A)8*'"#,(+ P$) O=4*'0 U!"7&'+"#1 P'&++ 00? 6( N5(&'"/$) M&#,*0+ 4*' E!8"!&&'+ $!0 S/"&!#"+#+ B G5,$ O=4*' U!"7&'+"#1 P'&++ 00? <( Computer +undamentals and ,rogramming in C 7 Dey and 1hosh O2ford Uni ersity ,ress 899: @( Chapra %$%$ ) Canale R$,$ : Numerical !ethods for 4ngineers, <th edition, !c1ra& 5ill$ E( >algurus&ami 4$ : O*Dect Oriented ,rogramming &ith COO, Tata !c1ra& 5ill, Ne& Delhi$ F( Na0amura %$ : 'pplied Numerical !ethods in C, ,rentice 5all$ :( +aires ) >urden : Numerical !ethods, Fth edition, Thomson #earning 9EL0< ELECTRICAL MACHINE I LAB A!1 TEN &=-&'"(&!#+ .$+&0 *! /*!#&!#+ *4 9EL01 ELECTRICAL MACHINE-I 9EL0> ANALOG AND DIGITAL CIRCUITS LAB

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SEMESTER : FIFTH :EL01 CONTROL SYSTEM-I SECTION-A Unit I : Introduction to automatic control : open loop and closed loop system, ser o-mechanisms, mathematical modeling of physical systems, transfer functionis, *loc0 diagrams and signal flo& graphs$ 4ffect of feed *ac0 on sensiti ity to parameter ariation and reduction of the noise$ Control %ystem Components : 4lectrical = 4lectro-mechanical components such as '$C$=D$C$ ser omotors, stepper motors, synchors, potentiometers, tachogenerators, their functional analysis and operating characteristics and their application$ ,neumatic controls de ices$ Time response analysis : time response of first and second order systems to standard inputs$ Time response specifications, types of system, error analysis, error coefficients, steady state errors, dynamic error series$ 'ppro2imate methods for higher order system, proportional, deri ati e and integral control$ SECTION-B Unit I-: %ta*ility : sta*ility of control systems, characteristics equation, impulse response, Routh-5ur&itB sta*ility criterion, relati e sta*ility$ Root #ocus : construction of root locus, determination of roots from root locus conditions on aria*le parameter for sta*ility, effect of addition of poles and Beros$ +requency response methods : frequency response of linear system, specification, #ogarithmic frequency response />ode( plots from transfer function for arious systems$ ,olar plots for arious systems$ 4stimation of appro2imate transfer function from the frequency response$ %ta*ility analysis from frequency response : 1ain margin and phase marginL %ta*ility analysis from >ode plots$ Nyquist criterion, Nyquist plots and sta*ility analysis$ 4ffect of ariation of gain, addition of plots and Beros$ Relati e sta*ility$ %ta*ility from gain=phase angle plots$

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TECT BOOKS : 3$ Control 4ngineering, D$1anesh Rao, 0$Chenna en0atesh, 8939, ,4'R%ON 8$ A*#*($#"/ C*!#'*) S1+#&(+ BW.A.W*)*7"/, O=4*'0 U!"7&'+"#1 P'&++A 1+# &0"#"*! 010 6$ !odern Control %ystem, Richard Dorf, Ro*ert >ishop, 33th edition899: ,4'R%ON <$ Nagrath I$;$, 1opal !$ : Control %ystem 4ngineering, ?iley 4astern$" @$ Ogata A$ : !odern Control %ystems, ,rentice 5all of India$ E$ Control %ystems *y A$R$-armah, T!5 edition 8939 F$ Control %ystem 4ngineering 84d,R 'nandanataraDan, , Ramesh >a*u,%CIT4C5 ,u*, Chennai$ :EL0 Unit I : Unit II : MICROPROCESSORS & MICROCONTROLLERS SECTION-A

:9:@ : architecture, register structure, addressing modes, instruction set of :9:@, timing diagrams$ 'ssem*ly #anguage ,rogramming of :9:@, counters and time delays, stac0 and su*routines, !emory mapped I=O and I=O mapped I=O, address decoding techniques$ Interrupt system of :9:@ /soft&are and hard&are interrupts($ Data transfer schemes, serial data transfer through %OD and %ID line$ Interfacing de ices /I( : internal architecture and programming of ,,I /:8@@(, ,IC /:8@C(, U%'RT /:8@3($ SECTION-B Interfacing de ices /II( : architecture and programming of programma*le inter al timer /:8@6(, floppy disc controller /:8F8(, programma*le CRT controller /:8F@(, D!' controller /:86F($ Introduction to architecture :9:E$ !icroprocessors applications : hard&are ) soft&are de elopments : signal conditioning ) data acquisation system components$ !easurement of pulse &idth using parallel port, %ID lines, interrupts and timer and counter$ !agnitude measurement techniques : rectification, sampling etc$

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!easurement of fundamental quantities / oltage, current, frequency, speed( and deri ed quantities /resistance, inductance, capacitance, phase angle, po&er factor($ Unit -I : I!#'*05/#"*! #* ("/'*/*!#'*))&': :9@3 architecture , :9@3 Internal resources, pin diagram, I=O pins, ports and their internal logic circuits, counters, serial ports, interrupt structure, %+Rs and their addressing, &atch-dog timer, internal code memory, data memory, stac0 pointer, flags, *it addressa*le memory, comparati e study :9@3 families *y different manufacturers, study of instruction set of :9@3$

TECT BOOKS 3$!icroprocessor 'rchitecture, ,rogramming, and 'pplications &ith the :9:@ , Romesh 1aon0ar ,5I ,u*lication 8$ !icroprocessor and !icrocontrollers , N$%enthil 0umar, OU,$ 6( Introduction to !icroprocessor #$1i*son, ,rentice-5all 8996 <( The :9@3 !icrocontroller %cott !acAenBie ,rentice-5all, Inc -899E REFERENCE BOOKS 3$:9@3 !icrocontrollers !C% @3 +amily ) It"s -ariants, OU, 8$ 'n Introduction to !icrocomputers -olume 3 >asic Concepts, 'dam Os*orne Os*orne-!c1ra& 5ill, >er0ely California, 3C:9 6$ The :9@3 +amily of !icrocontrollers Richard >arnett ,rentice-5all, Inc -899@ :EL03 ELECTRICAL MACHINES II %4CTION-' Unit I : +undamentals of 'C rotating machines$ 'C &indings- integral slot, fractional slot and fractional pitch &indings- distri*ution factor, pitch factor and &inding factor-harmonic mmf of distri*uted &indings, 4!+ equation$ Unit II : %ynchronous 1enerators : constructional details, armature reaction-circuit models and phasor diagram of salient and non salient pole machines - determinations of parameters of the circuit models methods of determining regulations and efficiency, transient and su*transient reactances$ Unit III : '( %ynchronous !otors : principle of operation - torque equation - circle diagrams- --cur es hunting and damping starting applications$ >( !ethods of synchroniBation - synchronous machine on infinite *us*ars - parallel operation of generators$Introduction to conducting and reporting the test on synchronous machine as per I%$ SECTION B B Unit I- : Three phase induction motor : rotating magnetic fields, principles of operation-constructional details circuit models and phasor diagram, performance equations direct and indirect testing-circle diagram$ Unit - : !ethods of starting and speed control of 6 phase I!-dou*le cage motor-methods of *ra0ing-single phasing, cogging and cra&ling, scharge motor$ Unit -I : '( %ingle phase I! : different types - starting methods - characteristics and applications$ >( 'C commutator machines-series motors - characteristics and applications$ C( %mall machines-principle of operation, construction characteristics and applications of ,rinted Circuit !otor /,C!(, %yn, ind motor, reluctance motor and hysterisis$ Introduction to conducting and reporting the test on single phase induction motor as per I%$

TECT BOOKS : 3$ Theory of 'C !achines : '$%$#angsdorf /!c1ra& 5ill( 8$ ,erformance and Design of 'C Commutator !otors - Opensho - Taylor /!c1ra& 5ill( 6$ ,erformance and Design of 'lternating Current !achines : !$C$%ay, <$ 4lectrical !achines *y D$,$Aothari, I$;$nagrath T!5 <th edition, 8nd reprint 8933 @$ #atest Indian %tandard guide for testing synchronous machine and single phase induction motor$ :EL09 SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS SECTION A U!"# I : I!#'*05/#"*! #* S"8!$)+ $!0 S1+#&(+: P%ignals and %ystems, Classification of %ignals Classification of %ystems, %ystems !odeling %ome Ideal %ignals, 4nergy and ,o&er %ignals +requency Response, Discrimination of Continuous-Time %ignals Topological !odels, 'nalysis of Continuous-Time %ystems Time Domain and +requency Domain, ,roperties of 4lementary %ignals #inear Con olution Integral, Response of Continuous-Time %ystems$ U!"# II : F*5'"&' +&'"&+ $!0 I#+ P'*-&'#"&+ +ourier Transform ,roperties of +ourier Transform, Ta*les of +ourier Transform ,airs +ourier Transform of ,eriodic %ignals, Ideal #o&-,ass +ilter +requency-Domain 'nalysis of %ystems +ourier analysis of %ampled %ignals U!"# III : A!$)1+"+ *4 LTI D"+/'&#&-T"(& S1+#&(+: Time Domain and +requency Domain, ,roperties of DiscreteTime %equences #inear Con olution, Discrete-Time %ystem Response

SECTION B U!"# I6 : S$(-)"!8: Representation of a continuous7Time %ignal *y its %amplesL The %ampling TheoremL Reconstruction of %ignals form its %amples using InterpolationL 4ffect of Under %ampling /+requency Domain 'liasing(L Discrete Time processing of Continuous7Time %ignals U!"# 6 : T,& D T'$!+4*'(: The . TransformL The Region of Con ergence for the .- TransformL 1eometric 4 aluation of the +ourier Transform from the ,ole-.ero ,lotL ,roperties of .-TransformL 'nalysis and CharacteriBation of Discrete-Time #TI %ystems using .-TransformL %ystem Transfer +unctionL >loc0 Diagram RepresentationL The Unilateral .-TransformL %olution of Difference 4quation using the Unilateral .-Transform$ U!"# 6I : D"+/'&#& F*5'"&' T'$!+4*'( $!0 F$+# F*5'"&' T'$!+4*'( Representation of Discrete-Time aperiodic signals and the Discrete-Time +ourier TransformL +ourier Transform for ,eriodic %ignalsL ,roperties of the DiscreteTime +ourier TransformL Discrete-Time #TI %ystems and Discrete-Time +ourier Transform$ +ast +ourier Transform /++T( B**3+ R&/*((&!0&0 3( ,rinciples of #inear %ystems ) %ignals 84d$ 7 #athi >$ ,$ O2ford Uni ersity ,ress 8( %ignals ) %yatems, %maraDit 1hosh, ,4'R%ON education, 899E 6( %ignals ) %yatems,- Tarun Aumar Ra&at, OU,$ <(%ignals ) %yatems,D 1anesh rao, satish Tunga, ,4'R%ON education 8939 @( ,rinciples of %ignal ,ROC4%%IN1 ) #inear %ystems #athi > , $ O2ford Uni ersity ,ress E( %ignals 'nd %ystems , %$5ay0in, 8nd 4dition, ;ohn ?iley 'nd %ons 3CCC F( 'nalog 'nd Digital %ignal ,rocessing , 'm*ardar ', 8=6L Thomson #earning-899@ :( %ignals and systems, Oppenheim and %chafer ,rentice 5all India Of India 8nd 4dition 3CCF :EL0< COMMUNICATION SKILLS Unit I : Comprehension o er an unseen passage$Comprehension 7 ' - &ord study :- %ynonym, antonym, meanings, matching &ords, adDecti es, ad er*s, prefi2 and suffi2, correct forms of commonly misspelled &ords, understanding of the gi en passage$ Comprehension - > - %tructure study :-%imple and compound sentences, types of conDunctions, singular and plural, tenses and their effect on er* forms$ Use of - not only - *ut also, if clause, since, may, can, could,&ould, too etc$ 'cti e and passi e forms, negati e and interrogati e, punctuation and capitaliBation$ Unit II : Theoretical *ac0ground - importance of communication, its process, model of communication its components ) *arriers$ -er*al communication, its significance, types of &ritten communication, organiBation of a te2t /Titles, summaries, headings, sequencing, signaling, cueing etc$(, Important te2t factors /length of paragraph, sentences, &ords, clarification and te2t difficulty($ 4 aluation of &ritten communication for its effecti ity and su*Dect content$ Non- er*al communication, types of graphics and pictoral de ices$ Unit III : %pecific formats for &ritten communication li0e 7 *usiness correspondence, formal reports, technical proposals, research papers and articles, ad ertising and graphics$ +ormat for dayto-day &ritten communication li0e applications, notices, minutes, quotations, orders, enquiries etc$ Oral communications - Important o*Decti es of interpersonal s0ills, / er*al and non- er*al(, face to face communications, group discussion and personal inter ie&s$ !ethodology of conduction of meetings, seminars, symposia, conference and &or0shop$ BOOKS RECOMMENDED: 3( Arishna !ohan, !eera >anerDee : De eloping Communication %0ills, !ac!illan India #imited$ 8( Raman %harma JTechnical Communication 84d$ ?ith D-DK, O2ford Uni ersity ,ress$$ 6( Chrissie ?right /4ditor( : 5and*oo0 of ,ractical Communication %0ills, ;aico ,u*lishing 5ouse <( !itra: ,ersonality De elopment and soft %0ills, OU,$ @( +$+ran0 Candlin : 1eneral 4nglish for Technical %tudents, Uni ersity of #ondon ,ress #td$ :EL0> CONTROL SYSTEM-I LAB A!1 TEN &=-&'"(&!#+ .$+&0 *! /*!#&!#+ *4 :EL01 CONTROL SYSTEM-I :EL0? MICROPROCESSORS & MICROCONTROLLERS LAB A!1 TEN &=-&'"(&!#+ .$+&0 *! /*!#&!#+ *4 :EL0 MICROPROCESSORS & MICROCONTROLLERS :EL0E ELECTRICAL MACHINES II LAB A!1 TEN &=-&'"(&!#+ .$+&0 *! /*!#&!#+ *4 :EL03 :EL10 ELECTRICAL MACHINES II

COMMUNICATION SKILLS LAB

O.F&/#"7& : On completion of this la*oratory the candidate should *e a*le to demonstrate adequate s0ills in oral and &ritten communication for technical 4nglish language, acti ely participate in group discussions and inter ie&s and e2hi*it the e idence of oca*ulary *uilding$ Candidates should *e assessed through continuous monitoring and e aluation$ The sample list of e2periments is gi en *elo&$ This list can *e used as guideline for pro*lem statements *ut the scope of the la*oratory should not *e limited to the same$ 'im of the list is to inform a*out minimum e2pected outcomes$ 3$ 'ssignments and tests for oca*ulary *uilding 8$ Technical report &riting 6$ 1roup discussions

<$ Inter ie& techniques @$ ,roDects and tas0s such as class ne&s letter E$ ?riting daily diaries and letters F$ Interacti e language la*oretory e2periments$ T&=# B**3+ : i$ Norman #e&is : ?ord ,o&er !ade 4asy http:==&&&$teachingenglish$org$u0 ii$ Raman ) %harma: JTechnical Communication 8 4d &ith D-DK, O2ford Uni ersity ,ress <EL01 SEMESTER : SICTH ELECTRICAL POWER I SECTION-A Unit I : Transmission line parameters : calculation of resistance, inductance and capacitance of single phase and three phase transmission lines, s0in effect and pro2imity effect, transposition, 1$!$D$ ) 1$!$R$ methods, dou*le circuit lines, *undled conductors, effect of earth on inductance and capacitance, interference &ith communication lines$ /39( Unit II : 4lectrical characteristics of transmission line : --I characteristics of short, medium and long lines, ', >, C, D constants, nominal TI and equi alent T representations, +erranti effect, corona phenomenon, effect of corona and po&er loss due to corona$ Representation of po&er systems : per unit system and one-line reactance diagrams$ /39( Unit III : -oltage control and po&er factor impro ement : recei ing and sending end po&er circle diagrams, methods of oltage control and po&er factor impro ement, use of static -'R generators and synchronous phase modifiers, analytical and graphical methods, automatic oltage control$ /39( SECTION-B Unit I- : #oad flo& studies : load flo& pro*lem, classification of *uses, net&or0 modeling, G-*us and .-*us matrices, load flo& equation, 1s and NR methods, comparison of methods used$ /39( Unit - : !echanical design : materials used, types of insulators, comparison of pin type and suspension type insulators, oltage distri*ution and string efficiency, methods of increasing string efficiency, grading rings and arcing horns$ Introduction to insulator testing, line supports for #-, 5- and 45-, %ag calculation, stringing charts$ Underground ca*les : material used for conductor ) insulation : different types of ca*les and their manufacture, parameters of underground ca*le, grading of ca*le losses, *rea0 do&n and rating, testing of ca*les$

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T&=# B**3+ :1. ,o&er %ystem 4ngineering *y D$,$Aothari, I$;$nagrath T!5 8nd edition, Cth reprint 8939 . ,o&er %ystem 'nalysis, *y Nagsar0ar ) %u0hiDa , O2ford 3. ,o&er %ystem 'nalysis, N$-$Ramana, ,4'R%ON education, 8939 <$ ,o&er %ystem 'nalysis, 'rthur R$ >ergen, -iDay -ittal,8nd 4dition, 899C, ,4'R%ON 4ducation @$!odern ,o&er %ystem 'nalysis *y D$,$Aothari, I$;$nagrath T!5 6rd edition, 89th reprint 8939 E$,o&er %ystem 'nalysis *y 5adi %aadat T!5, 3st reprint 899< F$ 4lectrical ,o&er %ystem, *y %yed '$ Nasar T!5,Re ised 3st edition 8933 R&4&'&!/& B**3+ :3$ %$ Rao 7 J45- '$C$ and 5-DC Transmission 4ngineering and ,racticeK, Ahanna ,u*lishers, Ne& Delhi$ 8$ Narain 1$ 5ingorani and #aBlo 1yugyi 7 JUnerstanding +'CT%: Concepts and Technology of +le2i*le 'C Transmission %ystems$ 6$ Gong 5ua %ong and 'llan T$ ;ohns - J+le2i*le 'C transmission %ystems /+'CT%(, T and D reference *oo0K ?esting house$

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Introduction, engineering applications of optimiBation, statement of an optimiBation pro*lem, optimiBation techniques, classical optimiBation pro*lem, optimiBation techniques$ Classical optimiBation techniques - single and multi aria*le optimiBation &ith and &ithout constraints$ #inear programming I - standard form, definitions and theorems, graphical method, solution of system of linear simultaneous equations, simple2 method, t&o phase simple2 method, re ised simple2 method$ #inear programming II - duality, theorems on duality, dual simple2 method, decomposition principle, sensiti ity analysis, *alanced and un*alanced transportation pro*lems$ SECTION-B

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Non linear programming - unimodal function, unrestricted search, +i*onancci search method and +olden section method, unconstrained optimiBation, direct search methods - pattern search methods, simple2 method, descent method - steepest descent method, conDugate gradient and aria*le metric method$ C,! and ,4RT introduction - Net&or0 representation of proDect, critical path, optimum scheduling *y C,!, crashing of proDect$ Dynamic programming : multistage decision processes, principle of optimality, su* optimiBation, calculus and ta*ular method of solution, con ersion of final alue pro*lem into initial alue pro*lem, solution of linear programming$ Continuous dynamic programming$

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BOOKS : 3( %$%$Rao : OptimiBation - Theory ) 'pplication, ?iley 4astern #td$ 8( #$%$%rinath : ,4RT and C,! ,rinciples ) 'pplication, 'ffiliated 4ast ?est , t$ #td$, Ne& Delhi$ 6( Operation Research *y Richard >ronson, 1$ Naddimuthu, T!5 %chaum" outlines, 8nd edition 8939 REFERENCE BOOKS : 3( +redric0 %$5iller 1erald ;$#$ #ie*erman : Introduction Operations Research, T!5 ,u*$ Co$, Ne& Delhi$ 8( 5$'$Taha : Operations Research, ,5I, Ne& Delhi$ 6( ,$A$1upta ) D$%$5ira : Operations Research, %$Chand ) Co$ #td, Ne& Delhi$ <( ;$C$,ant : Introduction to OptimiBation, ;ain >rothers, Ne& Delhi <EL03 POWER ELECTRONICS SECTION-A Unit I : %CR, triac, diac-construction, characteristics ) applications, t&o transistor analogy for turning ONO++ %CR, turn ON mechanism, different methods of turning ON-O++ %CR, turn O++ mechanism, thyristor firing circuits, introduction to 1TO, po&er transistor, po&er !O%+4T ) I1>T ) their construction ) characteristics$ %eries -parallel operation of %CRs, firing c0ts$ for series and parallel operation, static ) dynamic equalising c0ts$, equalisation of current in parallel connected %CRs, string efficiency, derating factor, protection of %CRs against di=dt, d =dt, radio freq$ interference, o er oltage, o er current$ ,rinciple of phase control, half &a e controlled rectifier, half controlled *ridge ) fully controlled *ridge rectifier for resisti e and R# load, deri ation for output oltage and current, effect of free &heeling diode, single phase dual con erters$ Three phase half controlled *ridge and fully controlled *ridge rectifier$ /only descripti e approach( SECTION-B Unit I-: Classification of c0t$ for forced commutation, series in erter, impro ed series in erter, parallel in erter, out put oltage and &a eform control, principle of operation for three phase *ridge in erter in 389 deg$ and 3:9 deg$ mode, single phase transistorised *ridge in erter$ >asic principles of chopper, time ratio control and current limit control techniques, oltage commutated chopper c0t$, ;ones chopper, step-up chopper, step-do&n chopper and 'C chopper$ >asic principle of cyclocon erters, single phase to single phase cyclocon erter, oltage regulators$ %peed control of DC series motors using chopper, speed control of DC shunt motor using phase controlled rectifiers, speed control of three phase induction motor *y stator oltage control, =f control and slip po&er reco ery scheme$ %tatic c0t$ *ra0er, U,%, fan speed regulator, principle of soft start c0ts$ .ero -oltage %&itch$

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TECT BOOKS : 1) ,o&er 4lectronics 7 ,rinciples ) 'pplications *y ;oseph -ithayathil T!5 4dition 8939 ) ,o&er 4lectronics De ices Circuits, ) Industrial 'pplications ,-$R$ !oorthi OU, 3) !$5$Rashid : ,o&er 4lectronics Circuits De ices and 'pplication, ,4'R%ON 4ducation$, 6rd edition 899<$ <( ,rinciples of ,op&er 4lectronics, ;$1$Aassa0ian,!$+$%chlecht1$C$-erghese, ,4'R%ON 4ducation 8939

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!$D$%ingh ) A$>$Ahanchandani : ,o&er 4lectronics, Tata !c1ra& 5ill, Ne& Delhi

R&4&'&!/& .**3+ : 3( ,hilip T$ Arein : 4lements of ,o&er 4lectronics ,u*lisher O2ford$ 8( Dr$,$%$>im*hra : ,o&er 4lectronics, Ahanna ,u*lisher, Ne& Delhi$ 8( ,$C$%en : ,o&er 4lectronics, T!5 ,u*lication Co$ #td$, Ne& Delhi$ 6( 5$C$Rai : Industrial and ,o&er 4lectronics, Umesh ,u*lication, Ne& Delhi$ <( 1$A$Du*ey, %$R$Doradia, '$;oshi, R$!$%inha : Thyristerised ,o&er Controllers, Ne& 'ge International, Ne& Delhi$ @( ,o&er 4lectronics, R$%$'nanda !urthy $ Natarasu, 8nd edition,,4'R%ON education,8939 <EL09 COMPUTER AIDED MACHINE DESIGN SECTION-A Unit I : Introduction : transformers and three phase induction motors - types, specifications, constructional features, magnetic and insulating materials usedL design approaches - analysis, synthesis and hy*rid methodsL design - aria*les, constraints and o*Decti esL magnetiBation, loss and carter"s coefficient cur es - applications, representation using ,iece&ise #ineariasation and #east %quare 4rror methods$ Transformer Design - !agnetic Circuit %pecific electric and magnetic loadings selection, output equation, core and yo0e cross sections, main dimensions design, core loss from design data$ Transformer Design : '( 4lectric circuit : ?inding types and design, magnetiBing current calculation, primary and secondary &inding resistances and lea0age reactances from design dataL mechanical forces - types, causes and calculations$ >( Thermal circuit cooling methods, Tan0 &all dimensions design$ Design of tan0 &ith radiators$ SECTION-B Unit I-: Unit - : Induction motor stator design : specific electric and magnetic loadings selection, output equation, main dimensions design, &inding - types and design, slot num*ers and dimensions design$ Induction motor rotor design : 'ir gap length design, cage rotor &inding design - slot num*ers and shapes, *ar and ring dimensionsL slip ring rotor &inding design - slot num*ers and shapes, conductors per slot and its cross sections$ Induction motor parameters : core loss from design data, magneto moti e force calculation - air gap, stator and rotor cores and teethlL no load current - magnetiBing and core loss components, stator and rotor &inding resistances and lea0age reactances from design data, parameters effect on performance$

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BOOKS RECOMMENDED : 3$ !$1$%ay - The ,erformance and Design of 'lternating Current !achines, C$>$%$ ,u*$ and Distri$, Delhi$ 8$ Da id ;$ Comer- Digital #ogic and %tate !achine Design, 64d$ O2ford Uni$ ,ress$ 6$ %$A$%en - ,rinciples of 4lectrical !achine Design &ith Computer ,rograms, O2ford and I$>$5$ Company , t$ #td$, Ne& Delhi$ <$ %$%$%astry - Introductory !ethods of Numerical 'nalysis, ,rentice 5all of India , t$ #td$, Ne& Delhi$ @$ R$A$'gra&al : ,rinciples of 4lectrical !achine Design, %$A$Aataria and %ons, Delhi$ E$ IndriDit Dasgupta, Design of Transformers, T!h 3st 4dition 8998 F$ A$1$Upadhyay Design of 4lectrical !achines, Ne& 'ge international ,u*lishers,3 st 4dition 899:

<EL0: UTILISATION OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY SECTION-A Unit I : Concept of electrical dri e, classification, ad antages of electrical dri e, selection criterion for electrical motor, siBe, specification and type of motor, mechanical features of motor, transmission of dri e, industrial application, general &or0shop, Te2tile mill, ,aper mill, Cement mill, Coal mining, %ugar mill, ,rinting industry$ Types of duties, continues, intermittent and short time, heating and colling of motor, rating calculations for these duties, use of fly &heel and fly &heel calculations$ Introduction for conducting and reporting the test on induction motors as per Indian standard$ Characteristics of DC motors, three-phase induction motors, single-phase induction motors$ Iuadrantal diagram of speed-torque characteristics of motors, starting methods, different methods of speed control, *ra0ing of motors, plugging, rheostatic and regenerati e *ra0ing$

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SECTION -B Unit I-: Unit - : Unit -I: a( *( Requirement of ideal traction system, system of trac0 electrification and their comparison, speed time cur es, energy consumption calculation, calculation of tracti e efforts$ Traction motors, general features and types, characteristics, control of locomoti e motor coaches, series-parallel control$ O erhead equipments, collector gear for o erhead equipments$ Nature of light-units, luminous efficiency, 1lare production of light, ,olar cur es, control of light *y reflection, refraction and diffusion$ #ighting calculations, factory lighting, flood lighting, street lighting$ !ethods of heating and &elding furnaces

TECT BOOKS : 3( 8( 4$O$Taylor : UtiliBation of 4lectric 4nergy in %I Units, pu*lished *y Orient #ongman #td$ %$A$,illai : ' +irst Course in 4lectrical Dri es, pu*lished *y Ne& 'ge International$

REFERENCE BOOKS : 3( 8( 6( <( -edam %u*rahmanyam : 4lectric Dri es, pu*lished *y Tata !c1ra& 5ill ,u*lishing Co$ #td$, Ne& Delhi$ C$#$?adh&a : 1eneration Distri*ution and UtiliBation of 4lectrical 4nergy, pu*lished *y Ne& 'ge International , t$ #td$ %pecification of Three ,hase Induction !otors as per Indian %tandard, pu*lished *y Indian %tandard Institute, Ne& Delhi$ 5$,ratap : UtiliBation of 4lectrical 4nergy$ <EL0> POWER ELECTRONICS LAB A!1 TEN &=-&'"(&!#+ .$+&0 *! /*!#&!#+ *4 <EL03 POWER ELECTRONICS <EL0? COMPUTER AIDED MACHINE DESIGN LAB A!1 TEN &=-&'"(&!#+ .$+&0 *! /*!#&!#+ *4 <EL09 COMPUTER AIDED MACHINE DESIGN <EL0E UTILISATION OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY LAB A!1 TEN &=-&'"(&!#+ .$+&0 *! /*!#&!#+ *4 <EL0: UTILISATION OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY SEMESTER : SE6ENTH > EL01 CONTROL SYSTEM - II SECTION-A Compensation Techniques: Introduction, ,reliminary considerations of Classical Design, #ead Compensator, #ag Compensator, #ag- #ead Compensator, Cascade Compensation in time domain, Cascade compensation in +requency domain, +eed*ac0 compensation in frequency domain $ %tate %pace Techniques I: %tate, state space and state aria*lesL %I%O=!I!O linear systems state aria*le models - differential equations, Transfer +unctions, >loc0 Diagrams and %tate Diagrams /%ignal +lo& 1raphs(L Transfer functions decomposition - ,hase aria*le forms, Canonical forms and ;ordan canonical formL Transfer function - state modelL Transfer matri2L %tate equations solution - %tate transition matri2 /%T!(L %T! Computation 7 #aplace transformation, Canonical transformation and Cayley 5amilton theoremL Time response 7 %I%O %ystems$ %tate %pace Techniques II: Concept - controlla*ility and o*ser a*ilityL %I%O=!I!O #inear systems -1il*ert"s method and Aalman"s testL %I%O controlla*le systems Design -state feed*ac0$ SECTION-B %ampled Data Control %ystems: Representation, . Transforms$ re ie&, %ampler and 5old - Bero order holdL %ampling theoremL . Transform analysis 7 open loop and closed loop sampled data systems, . Transfer functions, Difference equation solution and responseL . Transform !ethod,$ Discrete %ystems Response, Open and closed loop systems pulse transfer functions - Different sampler locationsL Digital Controller transfer functionL %ta*ility analysis - % and . Domain relationship, ;ury"s Test and >i-#inear Transformation, Root and root locus method$ Non-#inear %ystem 'nalysis I : Non-linear system *eha ior 7 types and characteristicsL Descri*ing functions - typical non-linearity and their characteristicsL %ta*ility analysis - Descri*ing function method and #imit cyclesL #imitations - descri*ing function method$ Non-#inear %ystem 'nalysis II #ineariBation - 'round operating pointL %ingular points 7 Classification and NatureL ,hase-plane method - non- linear systems analysisL ,hase traDectories construction 7 analytical method and

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graphical method *y isocline methodL %ta*ility analysis - limit cycleL #imitations - phase-plane method$ TECT BOOKS: 3$ I$;$ Nagrath and !$ 1opal 7 Control %ystem 4ngineering,?iley 4astern #imited, Ne& Delhi$ 8$ A $ Ogata - !odern Control Theory, ,rentice 5all of India , t$ #td$ Ne& Delhi$ 6$ !odern Control %ystem, Richard Dorf, Ro*ert >ishop, ,4'R%ON education, 33th edition 899: REFERENCE BOOKS: 3$ #a2hmidhar >ehera , Intelligent %ystems and Control OU,$ 8 Control 4ngineering, D$1anesh Rao, 0$Chenna en0atesh, 8939 6$ D$Roy Choudhary, !odern Control 4ngineering,,rentice 5all of India , t #td$ Ne& Delhi$ <$ R$C$ %u0la 7 Control %ystems Dhanpat Rai ) Co$, t #td$ >EL0 POWER SYSTEM OPERATION & CONTROL SECCTION-A Unit I : E/*!*("/ O-&'$#"*! B P$'# I !eaning of optimum scheduling, UC, and #%,L Input 7 Output characteristics, 5eat rate characteristic, Incremental fuel rate, Incremental fuel costL !ethods of o*taining incremental fuel costsL Conditions for incremental loadingL Optimum scheduling of generation *et&een different units /Only T&o plant system &ithout transmission loss($ E/*!*("/ O-&'$#"*! B P$'# II Transmission loss as a function of plant generationL Calculation of loss co-efficient /T&o plant system(L Incremental transmission lossL Optimum scheduling of generation *et&een different plants including transmission lossL Concept and significance of penalty factorL 'utomatic load dispatch: Operation and +unctions$

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Unit III : A. G&!&'$#*' C*!#'*) L**-+ Concept of real and reacti e po&erL 4ffect of real and reacti e po&er on system parametersL ,hilosophy of real and reacti e po&er controlL >asic generator control loops$ B. A5#*($#"/ 6*)#$8& R&85)$#*' (A6R) +unctions of '-RL Types of 42citerL >rushless '-R loop: 42citer modeling, 1enerator modeling, Transfer function *loc0 diagram representation, %tatic performance, dynamic response, %ta*ility compensation, 4ffect of generator loading$ SECTION-B Unit I- : A5#*($#"/ L*$0 F'&H5&!/1 C*!#'*) 'utomatic generation control /'1C(L %peed go erning systemL Transfer function modeling: 1o ernor, 5ydraulic al e actuator, Tur*ine, 1enerator, #oadL Transfer function representation of an isolated generatorL %tatic performance of speed go ernorL Closing of '#+C loop$ C*!#'*) A'&$ !eaningL ,rimary '#+C #oop: %tatic response, Dynamic response, physical interpretation of resultsL %econdary '#+C loopL Integral ControlL ,ool operationL Tie-line !odelingL T&o area system 7 Dynamic responseL Tie-line *ias control$ S#&$01-S#$#& I!+#$.")"#"&+ Natural torsional oscillatory modes in po&er systemL Natural mode of a single generator operating onto infinite *usL 4ffect of damper &indingL 4ffect of changing e2citationL ,o&er system sta*iliBerL Introduction to modern control application$

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TECT BOOKS :3$ O$ #$ 4lgerd 7 4lectric 4nergy %ystems Theory: 'n Introduction 7 %econd edition, !c1ra&-5ill >oo0 Comp$ N$ G$ 3C:F$ 8$ ,o&er %ystem Operation ) Control, N$-$Ramana, ,4'R%ON education, 8939$ 6$ ,o&er %ystem Operation *y R$!iller, ;$5$!alino&s0i, T!5, 8nd reprint 899C$ R&4&'&!/& B**3+ : 3$ #$ A$ Airchamayor 7 4conomic Operation of ,o&er %ystem- ?iley 4stern , t$ #td$, Ne& Delhi$ 8$ 5adi %aadat 7 ,o&er %ystem 'nalysis 7 ?C>=!c1ra&-5ill International 4dition 3CCC 6$ I$ ;$ Nagrath, D$ ,$ Aothari 7 !odern ,o&er %ystem 'nalysis 7 %econd edition, Tata !c-1ra& 5ill ,u*lishing Company, Ne& Delhi <$ ,$ %$ R$ !urty 7 ,o&er %ystem Operation and Control 7 Tata !c1ra& 5ill ,u*lishing Company, Ne& Delhi$ @$ ?ood and ?ollen*erg 7 ,o&er 1eneration, Operation and Control 7 ?illey 7 Inter %cience ,u*lication >EL03 ELECTRICAL POWER II SECTION-A U!"# I : S1((&#'"/$) /*(-*!&!#+

Definition and choice, 'lpha operator, transformation matrices, sequence components, po&er in ariance, line and phase sequence quantities relations, three phase delta=star transformer *an0sequence oltages and currents relationshipL po&er system elements 7 sequence impedance and sequence net&or0s L -arious three phase transformer connections 7 Bero sequence rulesL Un*alanced load system 7 application$ U!"# II : S1((&#'"/$) F$5)# A!$)1+"+ Transmission line transients, three phase symmetrical short circuit at alternator terminals, ,o&er system fault calculations, short circuit !-', Current limiting reactors, ring system and tie *ar system, Circuit *rea0er rating calculation$ U!+1((&#'"/$) F$5)# A!$)1+"+ #-1, #-#-1 and #-# faults at unloaded generator terminals, 4qui alent sequence net&or0 diagram, +ault impedance, Unsymmetrical faults through impedance, ,o&er system faults- loaded and unloaded conditions$ SECTION-B O7&'7*)#$8&+ Causes 7 internal and e2ternalL -oltage surge, >asic insulation le el, ,rotection 7 earthing screen, o erhead ground &ire, lightning arresters$ 5-DC Transmission >asic principle, Transmission equipments, Comparison &ith 'C lin0s, In erters 7 reacti e po&er requirementL Con erters, DC lin0s, Circuit *rea0ing, ground return, 4conomic distance, modern de elopments$ F)&=".)& AC T'$!+("++"*! S1+#&(+ (FACTS) +'CT% concept, 4lements, Controllers, Comparison &ith Con entional 'C Transmission system$

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T&=# B**3+ :1. ,o&er %ystem 4ngineering *y D$,$Aothari, I$;$nagrath T!5 8nd edition, Cth reprint 8939 8$ ,o&er %ystem 'nalysis, N$-$Ramana, ,4'R%ON education, 8939 6$ ,o&er %ystem 'nalysis, 'rthur R$ >ergen, -iDay -ittal,8nd 4dition, 899C, ,4'R%ON 4ducation < !odern ,o&er %ystem 'nalysis *y D$,$Aothari, I$;$nagrath T!5 6rd edition, 89th reprint 8939 @ ,o&er %ystem 'nalysis *y 5adi %aadat T!5, 3st reprint 899< E 4lectrical ,o&er %ystem, *y %yed '$ Nasar T!5,Re ised 3st edition 8933 R&4&'&!/& B**3+ :3$ %$ Rao 7 J45- '$C$ and 5-DC Transmission 4ngineering and ,racticeK, Ahanna ,u*lishers, Ne& Delhi$ 8$ Narain 1$ 5ingorani and #aBlo 1yugyi 7 JUnerstanding +'CT%: Concepts and Technology of +le2i*le 'C Transmission %ystems$ 6$ Gong 5ua %ong and 'llan T$ ;ohns - J+le2i*le 'C transmission %ystems /+'CT%(, T and D reference *oo0K ?esting house$ >EL09 SWITCHGEAR & PROTECTION SECTION-A Unit I : Circuit Interruption Circuit *rea0er control circuit, +ault clearing process, 'uto-reclosure, 'rc phenomenon- maintenance, properties and interruption theoriesL 'C circuit *rea0ers- current interruption, transient reco ery oltage /TR-(, rate of rise of TR-, factors affecting TR-, ratingsL Inducti e and Capaciti e current interruptions, current chopping$ '$ +uses Types, Constructional features, operation, Characteristics and 'pplications >$ Circuit >rea0er /,art 7 I( 'ir *rea0, 'ir *last, >ul0 oil and minimum oil-types, constructional features, operationand application$ : Circuit >rea0er /,art 7 II( %+E , -accum, !iniature, 4arth lea0age and !oulded Case 7 types, Constructional features, operation and applicationL Testing, Instalation and !aintenance$

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SECTION-B '$ Relaying,rinciple Components, 4ssential features, Characteristics, Terminology, CT"s and ,T"s, Relay classification$ >$ 4lectromagneticRelays O ercurrent, Directional, Distance and Differential 7 types, constructional features, operation, characteristics and application$ Unit : ,rotection of Transmission #ines Relaying schemes 7 o ercurrent, earth fault, directional, distance and differentialL ,arallel feeders and ring mains protection, Carrier current relaying, O erload and ,o&er s&ing$ Unit -I : '$ Other ,o&er %ystem 4lements ,rotection Transformers, !otors, 1enerators and >uses$ >$ %tatic Relaying >asic concepts, equipments, comparators, Characteristics realiBation 7 o ercurrent, directional, differential and distance relay$ !icroprocessor *ased relay introduction$ UnitI:

T&=# B**3:3$ %unil %$ Rao 7 J%&itchgear and ,rotectionK Ahanna ,u*lications Ne& Delhi R&4&'&!/& B**3+: 3 R$ T$ #ythall 7 J%&itchgear 5and*oo0K ; and , Ne&ness >utter&orth, #ondon$ 8 C$ R$ !ason 7 JThe 'rt and %cience of ,rotecti e RelayingK 6 '$ R$ -an and C ?arringtan 7 J,rotecti e Relaying , -ol 3 and 8,K Chapman 5all, #ondon$ < 1eosono iB 7 J5igh -oltage Circuit >rea0ersK @ -$ '$ %la*i0o 7 J1eneration ,rotection and %&itchgearK CIT, Coim*atore$ E >adri Ram and >$ N$ -ish&0arma 7 J,o&er %ystem ,rotection and %&itchgearK Tata !c-1ra& 5ill ,u*lishing Company #imited, Ne& Delhi$ F >$ Ra indranath and ! Chander 7 J,o&er %ystem ,rotection and %&itchgearK ?iley 4astern #td, Ne& Delhi$ :$ 5and*oo0 of s&itchgear *y >54#, T!5 Eth reprint,8939 >EL0: ELECTI6E I I PROCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS SECTION-A U!"# I U!"# II U!"# III : : 4lectronics Instruments for !easurement of 4lectrical ,arameters 'd antages of 4lectronic Instruments, 4lectronic -oltmeters 4lectronic !ultimeters, differential olt meter, Digital oltmeter, I meter, ector impedance meter, ector oltmeter$ : %ignal 1eneration and 'nalysis %ignal generators, +unction generators$ ?a e analyBer 5armonic Distorsion 'nalysers, spectrum 'nalysis$ %ignal Counting and Recording Decade counting 'ssem*ly, >inary counter, Decimal counter, Decade counter &ith digital disply, uni ersal counter, Digital readot de ices, storage type CRO, %er otype Q-G recorder$ SECTION-B %ignal conditioning and Con ersions$ +requency characteristics of arious types of signals,acti e filters *andpass,lo& pass and high pass filters using op'mps$ -arious techniques od '=D and D=' con ersions$ !odulation and demodulation ,C! techniques, phase loc0ed loop$ : %ignal ,rocessing ,ulse times, triggered elayed s&eeps, discrete pulse delay circuits, pulses equencing, analog multiple2ers and demultiple2ers, digital multiple2ing sample and hold circuits, serial and parallel digital data con ersion$ %ignal transmission, 'nalog and digital telemetry techniques, !OD4! and U'RT, 0ey*oard and character generators, tape recorder, Introduction to ,rocessor and ,rocessor *ased Techniques$ Introduction to ,#C, ,#C architecture, programmingL ladder diagram and e2amples, micro controller *ased instrumentation

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T&=# B**3+: 3$ 5$%$ Aalsi 7 4lectronic Instrumentation, - Tata !c-1ra& 5ill ,u*lishing Company, Ne& Delhi$ 8$ Cooper, 5elfric0 7 4lectronic Instrumentation and !easurement Techniques, ' ,rentice 5all of India$ Ne& Delhi$ R&4&'&!/& B**3+: 3$ Da id >ell 4lectronic Instrumentation and !easurement 84d, O2ford Uni ersity ,ress$ 8$ >$R$ 1upta-4lectronics and Instrumentation 7 ?heeler ,u*lishing$ 6$ Rangan, %harma ) !ani 7 JInstrumentation 7 de ices ) %ystems$K T!5, Ne& Delhi$ <$ R$,$ ;ain-Digital 4lectronics, Tata !c-1ra& 5ill ,u*lishing Company, Ne& Delhi$ @$ !icroprocessors and Digital %ystems, *y:D$-$ 5all,Tata !c-1ra& 5ill ,u*lishing Company, Ne& Delhi$ E$ %hoen >ec0- 4lectronic Communication, ,rentice 5all of India$ , t$ #td$ Ne& Delhi$ F$ >$ Ram- fundamental of !icroprocessors, Dhanpat Rai ) %ons, Ne& Delhi$ :$ '$A$ %a&hney 7 'course in 4lectrical ) 4lectronics Instrumentation, Dhanpat Rai ) %ons, Ne& Delhi$ >EL0: ELECTI6E I II WIND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS SECTION A Unit I +undamentals of ?ind Tur*ines ,o&er Contained in ?ind, Thermodynamics of ?ind 4nergy, 4fficiency #imit for ?ind 4nergy Con ersion, !a2imum 4nergy O*taina*le for a Thrust-operated Con erter,4fficiency #imit for a Thrust 7 operated Con erter Types of ?ind 4nergy Con ersion De ices, Dutch ?indmills, !ulti*lade ?ater 7 pumping ?indmills , 5igh 7 speed ,ropeller 7 type ?ind !achines The %a onius Rotor, The Darrieus Rotor, 'erodynamics of ?ind Roto 'erodynamic 4fficiency, ,o&er 7 %peed Characteristics, Torque 7 %peed Characteristics, ?ind Tur*ine Control %ystems, Control %trategy

Unit II ?ind %ite 'nalysis and %election ?ind %peed !easurements Ro*inson Cup 'nemometer, ,ressure Tu*e 'nemometer, 5ot ?ire 'nemometer, ?ind %peed %tatistics %tatistical ?ind %peed Distri*utions, %ite and Tur*ine %election Unit III >asics of Induction and %ynchronous !achines The Induction !achine, Constructional +eatures, %teady-state 4qui alent Circuit !odel, ,erformance Characteristics, %aturation Characteristics, !odified 4qui alent Circuits, 4ffect of RotorinDected 4mf 7 %lip ,o&er Reco ery %cheme, Dynamic d-q '2is !odel The ?ound-field %ynchronous !achine, Constructional +eatures, Dynamic !achine 4quations, %teady-state Operation, %teady-state !odel &ith Rectifier #oad, The ,ermanent !agnet %ynchronous !achine Constructional 'spects, %teady-state 4quations, ,o&er +lo& >et&een T&o %ynchronous %ources, Induction 1enerator -ersus %ynchronous 1enerator SECTION B Unit I- 1rid-connected and %elf-e2cited Induction 1enerator Operation Constant- oltage, Constant-frequency 1eneration, %ingle-output %ystem Dou*le-output %ystem &ith a Current Con erter , 4qui alent Circuits, Reacti e ,o&er and 5armonics, Dou*leoutput %ystems &ith a -oltage %ource In erter, Reacti e ,o&er Compensation, -aria*le- oltage, -aria*le-frequency 1eneration, The %elf-e2citation ,rocess, Circuit !odel for the %elf-e2cited Induction 1enerator, 'nalysis of the %teady-state Operation, The %teady-state Characteristics, The 42citation Requirement, 4ffect of a ?ind 1enerator on the Net&or0 Unit 1eneration %chemes &ith -aria*le-speed Tur*ines

Classification of %chemes, Operating 'rea Induction 1enerators , Cage Rotor Induction 1enerator, Dou*ly +ed Induction 1enerator, ?ound-field %ynchronous 1enerator, The ,ermanent !agnet 1enerator Unit -I 5y*rid 4nergy %ystem Diesel 1enerator and ,hoto oltaic %ystem, Diesel 4ngine, ,hoto oltaic ,o&er 1eneration ?ind-Diesel 5y*rid %ystem$ %ystem ?ith No %torage, %ystem ?ith >attery >ac0up ?ind-,hoto oltaic %ystems, ?ind %olar hy*rid system T&=# .**3 :%$N$>hadra, %$>anerDee, D$Aastha ?ind 4lectrical %ystem, O2ford Uni ersity ,ress, India$ 1$>oyle, Rene a*le 4nergy 84d O2ford$ >EL0: ELECTI6E I III COMPUTER METHODS IN POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS SECTION-A U!"# I U!"# II : : Representation of po&er systems for computeriBed analysis : !athematical models of %ynchronous generator for steady state and transient analysis $ Transformer &ith tap changer, transmission line,phase shifter and loads$ Topology of 4lectric ,o&er %ystems 7 Net&or0 1raphs , Incidence matrices, fundamental loop and cutest matrices, primiti e impedance and admittance matrices, equili*rium equations of net&or0s $ %ingular and Nonsingular transformation of net&or0 matrices $ +ormation of *us impedances and admittances matrices *y algorithm 7 !odification of *us impedance and admittance matri2 to account for change in net&or0s$ Deri ation of loop impedance matri2$ Three phase net&or0 elements 7 transformation matri2 7 incidance and net&or0 matrices for three phase l net&or0s $ 'lgorithm for formulation of 6 phase *us impedance matri2$ SECTION-B %hort circuit studies : Three phase net&or0s , %ymmetrical components$ The enin"s theorem and short circuit analysis using *us impedance matri2 $ %hort circuit calculations for *alanced three phase net&or0s using *us impedance matri2$ #oad flo& studies : formation of load flo& pro*lem 7 1auss %eidel method 7 Ne&ton Unit III Raphson method 7 decoupled method, fast decoupled methods 7 sparsity technique$ %ta*ility studies of po&er system 7 De elopment of mathematical model for multimachine system sta*ility analysis 7+ormation of equations and methods of solutions $Transient sta*ility analysis including synchronous machines , system net&or0s and loads $ %olution of state equation *y modified 4uler method and Runge Autta < th order 'ppro2imation method$

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TECT BOOKS: 3( #$,$%ingh : 'd anced ,o&er %ystem 'nalysis and Dynamics, ?4#$ 8( G$?allach : Calculations and programs for ,o&er %ystem Net&or0$ 6( 1$?$%tage and '$5$4l-'*iad : Computer !ethods in ,o&er %ystem 'nalysis, !c1ra& 5ill$ REFRENCE BOOKS:

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R$N$Dhar : Computer 'ided ,o&er %ystem Operation and 'nalysis, T!C$ Computer Technniques in ,o&er %ystem 'nalysis, *y !$'$,'i T!5 39th reprint 8933 >EL0: ELECTI6E I I6 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGNCE

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SECTION-A Introduction >iological Neurons and their artificial models, introduction to neural computing Components of neuron, input and output &eight, threshold,&eight factors, transfer +unctions ,concepts of super ised and unsuper ised learning$ %uper ised #earning : %ingle #ayer net&or0, perceptron, #inear %epara*ility, Training algorithm and limitations $ !ultilayer Net&or0 : 'rchitecture of feed for&ard net&or0 ,learning rule, generaliBed Delta rule,learning function $ >ac0 propagation algorithm$ Unsuper ised #earning: Introduction, Counter propagation net&or0s, Aohonen"s self organiBing maps$ 5opfields net&or0s$ SECTION-B Introduction: Uncertainty in information,*asic concepts of +uBBy sets , operations on fuBBy sets , properties$ +uBBy relations : operations,properties , alue assignments$ !em*ership +unctions: +eatures, fuBBification, mem*ership alue assignments, +uBBy Rule *ased %ystems, 1raphical technique of inference$ DefuBBification : #am*da-cuts for +uBBy sets and +uBBy relations , DefuBBification methods

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UNIT -I : 1enetic 'lgorithm /1'(: Introduction to genetic algorithm,&or0ing principle,coding of aria*les, +itness function$ 1' operators , similarities ) differences *et&een 1's and Traditional methodsL Unconstrained and constrained optimiBation using 1enetic 'lgorithm , real coded 1' ,'d anced 1', glo*al optimiBation using 1' $ TECT BOOKS 3 ;$!$ .urada : Introduction to 'rtificial Neural Net&or0, ;aico ,u*lishing 5ouse 8 !eherotra Aishan ,!ohan C$A, Ran0a %anDay : 4lements Of 'rtificial Neural net&or0s ,enram Int ,u* !um*ai$ 6 D$4 1old*erg ,'ddision 1enetic 'lgorithm in %earch OptimiBation and !achine #earning ?esley ,u*lication < Aalyanmoy De* OptimiBation for 4ngineering Design 'lgorithms and 42amples, ,rentice 5all of India Ne& Delhi REFRENCE BOOKS 3$ N$,$,adhy , 'rtificial Intelligence and intelligent %ystems, OU,$ 8$ 1$;$ Ahir and T$'$ +olger : +uBBy sets , Uncertainity and Information ,5I ,u*lication 6$ Aos0a >art Neural Net&or0 ) +uBBy systems ,rentice 5all of India , t #td , Ne& Delhi

>EL0> ELECTRICAL POWER II LAB A!1 TEN &=-&'"(&!#+ .$+&0 *! /*!#&!#+ *4 >EL03 ELECTRICAL POWER II >EL0? SWITCHGEAR & PROTECTION LAB A!1 TEN &=-&'"(&!#+ .$+&0 *! /*!#&!#+ *4 >EL09 SWITCHGEAR & PROTECTION SEMESTER : EIGHTH ?EL01 U!"# I POWER SYSTEM STABILITY SECTION-A

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>asic Concepts !eaning of sta*ility, %teady state, Transient and Dynamic sta*ility limitsL Three ,hase %ynchronous !achine-circuit representation, oltage equation and ,ar0"s TransformationL Transient and %u* transient state analysis and ,hasor diagrams, -oltage *ehind the transient and su* transient impedances, ,arameters and Time Constants determination$ %teady %tate %ta*ility - I %teady state sta*ility limit-short transmission line, T&o machines system, !edium and #ong transmission line, Clar0e"s diagrams for system &ith and &ithout loss, 4ffect of inertia, Conser ati e criterion, %ynchroniBing coefficients and !ulti machine system$ %teady %tate %ta*ility 7 II %aturation effect, %aturated reactance, 4qui alent reactance and its graphical determinationL %hort circuit ratio, 1o ernor action and automatic oltage regulator effects$

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SECTION-B T'$!+"&!# S#$#& S#$.")"#1 B I Re ie& of *asics concepts, Transient state sta*ility and equal area criterion, %&ing equation and its point *y point solution, Critical clearing angle and time$ T'$!+"&!# S#$#& S#$.")"#1 B II Type of faults, 1rounding and high speed re-closing effects, ,re-calculated s&ing cur es and their use, +aults clearing Time, 42citation and go erning action effects, %ta*ility impro ement methods, !ulti machine pro*lem, Net&or0 analyBer, Digital Computer role$ E=/"#$#"*! S1+#&( Unit e2citer and common *us system, %elf and separate e2citation, 42citer type of and their description, 42citer dri es, Iuic0 response e2citation system, -oltage-current methods differential equations for o*taining oltage 7time cur es, 42citer response from oltage time cur es, Dispersion coefficient, Constant lea0age Inductance, 4ddy current effects on e2citer response, #oaded e2citer response, 42citer response impro ement methods$

T&=# B**3+ 3 4 ? Aim*ar0- ,o&er %ystem %ta*ility, -ol$3 and 6, Do er ,u*lications Inc$, Ne& Gor0$ 8 ,o&er %ystem %ta*ility ) Control *y ,ra*ha Aundur, T!5 33th reprint 8933 6$ %$> Crary- ,o&er %ystem %ta*ility, -ol$3 and 6, 5ohn ?iley and %ons, Ne& Gor0 R&4&'&!/& B**3+: 3 #$, %ingh 7 Computer 'ided ,o&er %ystem Operation and Dynamics, ?iley 4astern #td$ Ne& Delhi$ 8 I$;$Nagrath and D$,$Ahothari 7 !odern ,o&er %ystem 'nalysis, Tata !c-1ra& 5ill ,u*lishing Company, Ne& Delhi$ ?EL 0 HIGH 6OLTAGE ENGINEERING SECTION-A

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>rea0do&n in 1ases Insulating materials Classification, 1ases as insulating media, IoniBation and decay process, >rea0do&n in gases, To&nsend"s la&, %treamer mechanism of spar0 pashan"s la&, Corona discharge, 4lectronegati e gases$ >rea0do&n in #iquid and %olid Dielectrics >rea0do&n in pure and commercial liquids, %old dielectrics and composite dielectrics, 5igh oltage *ushings, 1uarding, %hielding, +ield plotting$ #ightning and %&itching O er -oltage and ,rotection #ightning stro0es to lines and to&ersL !echanism, Characteristics and protection of transmission lines from lightningL #ightning arrestors, Insulation co-ordination of 5- and 45- po&er system and su*station$ SECTION-B 5igh -oltage and Current 1eneration, 1eneration of high d$c, a$c and impulse oltages, %tandard impulse &a e shapes, %&itching surges, and 5igh impulse generator$ 5igh -oltage and Current !easurement ,ea0 oltage, Impulse oltage and 5igh direct measurement methods, Non-destructi e measurement and testing, 5igh oltage dielectrics loss and capacitance measurement, Radio frequency and ,artial discharge measurement$ 5igh -oltage Testing and 4$5$-$#ines Design$ >asic terminology, Testing 7 Insulators, >ushings, Ca*les, Transformers, %urge di erters and IsolatorsL 4lectric shoc0 and threshold current, Capacitance of long o*Dects, 4lectromagnetic interference, 4$5$-$ line insulation design *ased upon transient o er oltage$

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T&=# B**33$ !$%$Naidu and -$AamraDu 7 5igh -oltage 4ngineering, Tata !c1ra& 5ill ,u*lishing, Company, Ne& Delhi$ R&4&'&!/& B**3+3$ 4$Auffer and ?$%$.aenglo- 5igh -oltage 4ngineering, ,ergamon ,ress, 8$ Ro0osh Das >egamudre- 45- 'C$ Transmission 4ngineering, ?iley 4aster #td$ Ne& Delhi$ 6$ 4$Auffer and !$'*dullaha R5igh -oltage 4ngineering, ,ergamon ,ress <$ !$%$Naidu and -$N$!aller- %+E and -accum Insulation for 5igh -oltage 'pplication, Ahanna ,u*lications, Delhi$ @$ ,rof$D$-$RaBe ing /Translated from Russian *y Dr$!$,$Chaurasia( 7 5igh -oltage 4ngineering, Ahanna ,u*lications, Delhi$ E$ 'n introducation to 5igh -oltage 4ngineering *y %u*ir Ray, ,rentice 75all ) India, ,ri ate #imited, Ne& Delhi$ F$ 5igh -oltage 4ngineering *y C$#$ &adha&a Ne& 'ge international /,( #td$ ,u*lications ?EL03 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING SECTION - A

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Introduction to D%,, +requency domain description of signals ) systems, Discrete time sequences systems, #inearity unit sample response, Con olution, Time in ariant system, %ta*ility criteria for discrete time systems, %olutions of linear difference equations$ Introduction to +ourier transform of Discrete Time %ignal and its properties, In erse +ourier transform, D+T and its properties , Circular con olution, #inear con olution from D+T, ++T, decimation in time and frequency algorithm$ %ampling of >andpass signals-Representation of >andpass signals, sampling of *andpass signals, discrete time processing of continuous time signalL 'nalog to digital con ersion-sample and hold, quantiBation and coding, analysis of quantiBation errors, o ersampling of '=D con erterL Digital to 'nalog con ersion-sample and hold, first order hold, linear interpolation &ith delay, o ersampling of D=' con erter SECTION-B +ilter categories, Direct form I, Direct form II, Cascade and parallel structure for IIR and +IR +ilter, +requency sampling structures for +$I$R$ filter, %teps in +ilter Design, Design *y ,ole .ero ,lacements, +IR filter design *y ?indo&ing method, Rectangular, Triangular and >lac0man &indo&$ 'nalog filter types, >utter &orth, 4lliptic filter, %pecification and formulae to decide to filter order, !ethods to con ert analog filter into IIR digital, !apping of differential, Impulse in ariant, >ilinear, !atched . transformation$ D%, ,rocessors and applications- D%, !icroprocessors architectures, fi2ed point, floating point precision, algorithm design, mathematical, structure and numerical constraints, D%, programming, filtering, data con ersionL Real time processing consideration including interrupts

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TECT BOOKS: 3$ ,roa0is ) !onola0is D$1, HDigital %ignal ,rocessing", ,5I ,u*lication 8$ C$T$Chen Digital %ignal ,rocessing , O2ford$ 6$ Oppenha m ) %cheffer, HDiscrete Time ,rocessing", ;ohn ?iley ,u*lication <$ Digital %ignal ,rocessing, , Ramesh >a*u,%CIT4C5 ,u*lications, Chennai, <th edition,8939 @$ !itra %$A, HDigital %ignal ,rocessing", T!5 ,u*lication I ?EL09 ELECTI6E II ELECTRIC DRI6ES & CONTROL SECTION-A

UNIT I I!#'*05/#"*! #* E)&/#'"/$) D'"7&+: Concept, Classification and 'd antages$ >asic elements, Components of load torque, Torque equation, 4qui alent alues of dri e parameters$ Types of mechanical loads$ %election of motor and Controller, Classes of duty, %ta*ility of an electrical dri e$ Comparison of 'C and DC dri es$ UNIT IIS#$'#"!8 $!0 B'$3"!8 *4 E)&/#'"/$) D'"7&+: %olid-state starters, soft starting, Calculation of starting=acceleration=re ersal time and energy loss during starting$ Types, ad antages, limitations and purposes=o*Decti es of electrical *ra0ing, >ra0ing of d c and induction motors$ UNIT III DC Dri e Control >asic machine equations, sche&e of control, %ingle phase separately e2cited dri es, single7 phase- series motor dri es, po&er factor impro ement, Three-phase separately e2cited dri e, Closed loop control, ,## control, microcomputer control$ SECTION-B U!"#-I6 A/ 0'"7& /*!#'*): >asic principle of operation, speed control of induction motor, stator oltage control, ari*le frequency control, Rotor resistance control, slip-po&er reco ery scheme, %ynchronus motor dri e, !icroprocessor controlled 'C Dri e$ -ector controlled Dri e,,rinciple of -ector Control, 4qui alent c0t$ Direct $c$, +lu2 ector estimation, Indirect $c$, $c$ of line side pular rectifer e2ator flu2 oriented $c$, $c$ of current fed in enter dri e ) cyclocon erter dri e ser orless control speed estimation controls 7 4A+ method Direct torque ) adoptai e controlled Dri e Torque 42pression o) control strategy self tuning control !R'C sliding mode control self commissiong of dri e, %tudy of electrical dri es in rolling mills, paper mills, cement mills, sugar mills, te2tile mills, traction and machine tool applications$

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R&4&'&!/&+: 3$ ,o&er 4lectronics : / Con erts, 'pplication ) Design( 7 !ohan= Undeland= Rossing- ;ohn &iley 8$ ,o&er 4lectronics : !$D$ %ingh, A$>$ Ahan Chardalli 7 T!5 6$ ,o&er 4lectronics : !$5$ Rashid 7 ,earson 4ducation <$ >$A$ >ose : !odern ,o&er 4lectronics and 'C Dri e, ,earson 4ducation

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1$ A$ Du*ey +undamentals of 4lectrical Dri es, , Narosa ,u*lishing 5ouse,899@ $ 4lectric Dri es 7 Concepts ) 'pplications *y -$%u*rahamanyam, T!5 8nd edition 8939 ?EL09 ELECTI6E II II POWER GUALITY SECTION A

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I!#'*05/#"*! ,o&er Iuality Definition, Need for ,o&er Iuality, %ensiti e #oads, Nonlinear #oads, Interconnected ,o&er %ystem, Deregulation, Utilities, 4nd Users, #a&yers, P*2&' G5$)"#1 C,$'$/#&'"+#"/+ ,o&er Iuality Theory, Types of po&er Iuality ,ro*lems, -oltage %&ells, #ong-Duration O er oltages, Under oltages, Interruptions, Transients, -oltage Un*alance, -oltage +luctuations, 5armonics, 4lectrical Noise, %ources of ,o&er Iuality ,ro*lems, Utility %ide of the meter, 4nd-User %ide of the meter, 4ffects of ,o&er Iuality ,ro*lems, ,o&er Iuality ,ro*lem-%ol ing ,rocedures, ,o&er Iuality %olutions, P*2&' G5$)"#1 S#$!0$'0+ ,o&er Iuality %tandards OrganiBations, Institute of 4lectrical ) 4lectronics 4ngineers /I444(, 'merican National %tandards Institute/'N%I(, International 4lectrotechnical Commission/I4C Other International %tandards OrganiBations, ,urpose of ,o&er Iuality %tandards, Types of ,o&er Iuality %tandards, -oltage %ag /Dip( %tandards, Transients of %urges, -oltage Un*alance, -oltage +luctuation or +lic0er %tandards, 5armonics %tandards, Transformer O erheating %tandards, Natural Conductor #oading %tandards, %tatic 4lectricity, Telephone ,o&er Iuality %tandards, 1rounding and ?iring %tandards, %ensiti e 4lectronics 4quipments %tandards, Trends in ,o&er Iuality %tandards$ SECTION-B ,o&er Iuality %olutions Reduce 4ffects on %ensiti e 4quipment, Reduce or 4liminate Cause, Reduce or 4liminate Transfer !edium, Install ,o&er Conditioning 4quipments, , %urge %uppressors, Noise +ilters, Isolation Transformers, #ine--oltage Regulators, !otor-1enerator %ets, !agnetic %ynthesiBers, %tatic -'R Compensators /%-Cs(, Uninterrupti*le ,o&er %upply /U,%(, %olid-%tate %&itches, 5armonics %olutions, %election of 'ppropriate ,o&er Conditioning 4quipment, 1rounding and ?iring %olutions ?iring and 1rounding ?iring ,rinciples, 1rounding ,rinciples, ,o&er %ystem, Utility ,o&er %ystem 1rounding,Telecommunication %ystem 1rounding, 4nd-User ,o&er %ystem 1rounding, ?iring and 1rounding ,ro*lems, 1round #oops, 4lectromagnetic Interference /4!I( Noise, #oose Connections, 1rounding for #ightning and %tatic 4lectricity, 'ttac0 of the Triplens, %olutions That Cause ,ro*lems, ?iring %olutions, %eparation, %election of ?ire and Ca*les, %hielding, 1rounding %olutions, 1round Rods, 1round Ring, 1round and Reference %ignal 1rids, Other 1rounding %ystems, Isolated 1rounds, !ultipoint 1rounding, %eparately Deri ed %ource 1rounding, Reference ,o&er Iuality !easurement Tools ) ,o&er Iuality %ur eys Ailo&att-5our !eter, !ultimeters, ' erage-responding ersus True R!% !eters, Crest +actor and >and&idth, Other %election Considerations, Oscilloscopes, Distur*ance 'nalyBers, 5armonics 'nalyBers, ,urpose of a ,o&er Iuality %ur eys /Chec0up or 42amination(, ,lanning a po&er Iuality %ur eys$

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R&4&'&!/& B**3: 3$ 1$T$ 5eydt: ,o&er Iuality %tars in a circle ,u*lication, Indiana, 3CC3$ ?EL09 ELECTI6E II III POWER SYSTEM MANAGEMENT SECTION-A P'"!/"-)& $!0 P'$/#"/& *4 M$!$8&(&!#: B$+"/ C*!/&-#+- *asic concepts of management-Role and importance of management in modern society, management as a profession T,& P'*/&++ *4 M$!$8&(&!#- The process of managementL planning, organiBing, directing, controlling, decision-ma0ing, leading etc$ M$!$8&(&!# C*!/&-#+- !anagerial authority and responsi*ility-delegation and decentraliBation#ine and staff concepts-concepts in e-commerce etc$ M$'3&#"!8 & P'*05/#"*!@O-&'$#"*! M$!$8&(&!#: M$'3&#"!8 M$!$8&(&!#- Introduction to !ar0eting, !ar0eting strategy, Consumer >eha iour, !ar0eting Research, ,roduct=%er ices Decisions, ,ricing ,roducts=%er ices, Distri*ution management, 'd ertising ) %ales promotion etc$

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P'*05/#"*!@O-&'$#"*! M$!$8&(&!#- Introduction to ,roduction ,lanning and ,rocess, Issues in !aterial and In entory !anagement, Iuality control and !anagement /quality circle, I%O C999 series, Dust-in-time, TI!$(, !aintenance !anagement, ,urchasing Decision$ P'*F&/#A F"!$!/"$) & H5($! R&+*5'/& M$!$8&(&!#: P'*F&/# R&-*'#: ,reparation of -,roDect Report, ,rofit and #oss statement, >alance %heet$ F"!$!/"$) M$!$8&(&!#: Costing- ,rinciples, types- operating, marginal, incremental, em*edded etc, >udgeting ) financial planning, Ris0 management etc$ H5($! R&+*5'/& M$!$8&(&!#: 5uman resource planning-concepts ) process, ;o* analysis ) description- recruitment, selection process, Training ) de elopment, 4mployee &elfare, issues related to management of trade union$ SECTION-B D"(&!+"*!+ *4 P*2&' S1+#&( R&+#'5/#5'"!8 P*2&' +1+#&( R&+#'5/#5'"!8:: Introduction to ,o&er %ector Reforms=Restructuring= Deregulation 7 issues, prospects and lessons to de eloping countries E!7"'*!(&!#$) 0"(&!+"*!+ "! -*2&' +&/#*': ,ollution ) Depletion of natural resources, ?aste !anagement, en ironmental legislation, green po&er, strategies for en ironmental management in po&er sector$ R5'$) E)&/#'"4"/$#"*!: Issues relating to re ised definition of illage electrification, issues in electrifying remaining illages, decentraliBed generation and distri*ution for rural electrification etc$ P*2&' S&/#*' R&+#'5/#5'"!8 "! I!0"$: 5istory, ,ro*lems and status in India, 'ccelerated ,o&er De elopment and Reform ,rogramme /',DR,(, Reforms in 1,T, D sector, 4lectricity 'ct:8996issues, ,ro*lems ) prospects, #egal and regulatory frame&or0, Rural 4lectrification ,rogramme, 4n ironmental ,ollution ,rogramme$ M$!$8&(&!# "++5&+ "! P*2&' S&/#*': F"!$!/"!8 *4 -*2&' +&/#*':: +inancial pro*lems of %4>s, strategies - for financing capacity addition to generation, transmission and rural electrification, Ris0 management in po&er sector$ H5($! R&+*5'/& 0&7&)*-(&!# "! -*2&' 5#")"#"&+: Change management, Training ) De elopment, Culture of empo&erment and accounta*ility etc$ T'$!+("++"*! & D"+#'".5#"*! M$!$8&(&!#: Transmission management under open accesstransmission ,ricing=Tariff, Congestion !anagement, !icro distri*ution models- pri ate in estors, !ulti #icensee %ystem, Distri*ution !anagement, ,o&er Iuality, Demand %ide !anagement, 4nergy !etering, 'ccounting and 'uditing, %C'D' etc$ M$'3&#"!8 "++5&+ "! P*2&' S&/#*': Issues of ,o&er Tariff, ,rices in Competiti e 4lectricity !ar0ets, >idding strategy, ' aila*ility >ased Tariff /'>T(, 4m*edded and %pot pricing, ,o&er Trading, !ar0et Operations in 4lectric ,o&er %ystems, !ar0eting of energy and ser ices in competiti e electricity mar0ets$

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TECT BOOKS: 3$ AoontB 5$, O"Donnel C$ and ?hierich: ,rinciple of !anagement, Tata !c1ra& 5ill ,u*lishing Co$, #td$, Ne& Delhi 8$ 'nil >hat ) 'rya Aumar, !anagement ,rinciples ,rocesses ) ,ractices , O2ford Uni$ ,ress$ 8$ Aanis0a >edi, ,roduction Operation !anagement, OU, 6$ DencenBo ) Ro**ins, 5uman Resource !anagement <$ !onappaa, 5uman Resource !anagement, !acmillan ,u*lication @$ Ramas&amy ) Namam0umari, !ar0eting !anagement !acmillan ,u*lication E$ ,hilip Aotler, !ar0eting !anagement, ,5I, Ne& Delhi REFERENCE BOOKS: 3$ 4conomic 4 aluation of ,roDects in the 4lectricity %upply Industry, *y 5$ Ahati*$ 8$ +undamentals of ,o&er %ystem 4conomics, *y Daniel %$ Airschen, 1oran %tra*ac 6$ 4nergy and ,o&er Ris0 !anagement *y 'le2ander 4ydeland, ArBysBtofm?olyniec <$ ,o&er %ystem 4conomics, *y %te en %toft @$ !ar0et Operations in 4lectric ,o&er %ystems, *y !$ %hahidehpour, 5$ Gamin, .uyi #i$ E$ 4lectricity 4conomics, *y 1eoffrey Roth&ell, Tomas 1omeB F$ !odelling ,rices in Competiti e 4lectricity !ar0ets /The ?iley +inance %eries(, *y Dere0 ?$ >unn$ :$ ' %hoc0 to the %ystem, *y Timothy ;$ >rennan, Aaren #$ ,almer, Raymond ;$ Aopp, 'lan ;$ Arupnic0, -ito %tagliano, Dallas >urtra&$ C$ ,o&er pricing *y Dolan ) %iman, The free ,ress,3CCE 39$ Customer Choice: ,urchasing 4nergy In ' Deregulated !ar0et: *y 'l*ert Thumann 33$ India"s ,o&er %ector Reforms Update, ,aryas, ,une ?EL09 ELECTI6E II GENERALISED MACHINE THEORY SECTION-A

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stationary a2es, impedance matri2, application of generaliBed theory, electrical torque, limitations of generaliBed theory$ D$C$!achines: separately e2cited DC generators and motors formulation of mathematical model, steady state and transient analysis, ?ard-#eonard system of speed control$ %teady state analysis of DC series, shunt and compound machine and their characteristics cross-field machines, metadyne transformer, metadyne generator$ SECTION-B ,oly-phase synchronous machine, three phase synchronous machine, steady state and transient analysis, phasor equations and phasor diagram, po&er angle characteristics, D?R synchronous machine generaliBed mathematical model, steady state analysis, phasor diagram$ Induction !achine: Transformations, electrical performance, equation, steady state analysis, equi alent circuit, torque-slip characteristics$5igh torque cage motors- deep *ar rotor and dou*le cage rotor induction motors, steady stateanalysis, comparison *et&een single cage and dou*le cage motors$ 1eneraliBed theory of single-phase series motor, repulsion motor and scharge motor and steady state analysis$

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TECT BOOKS 3$ !$>$%ay: Introduction to Unified Theory of 4lectrical !achine, 4#>%$ 8$ %44#G: 4lectromechanical 4nergy Con ersion

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