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M.Tech(IPS) Sem-I
ADVANCED CONTROL THEORY: (4-1-0-5)
Aim & objective:- The subject deals with advanced concepts required for handling control
system related problems using latest Software /latest techniques.
Unit1:
(10 Hrs)
Review of state variable analysis, controllability and Observability. Discritisation of
continuous time state equations. Solution of state difference equation, controllability and
Observability tests for Digital Control Systems.
Unit 2
(10 Hrs)
Stability of discrete time Systems. Stability improvement by state feedback ,pole placement
design and observers.
Unit 3:
(10Hrs)
Lyapunov stability Analysis. Basic concepts, Lyapunovs first and second methods Stability
definitions, Stability theorems, Lyapunov functions for linear and non-linear systems.
Unit 4:
(10 Hrs)
Optimal Control, parameters optimization techniques, Lagrange parameter techniques,
Calculus of variation, unconstrained and constrained minimization of functional. Two point
boundary value problems.
Unit 5:
(10 Hrs)
Introduction to Fuzzy control: Fuzzy sets and linguistic variables, The fuzzy control scheme,
Fuzzification and defuzzufication methods, Examples, Comparison between conventional and
fuzzy control. Introduction to adaptive control and variable structure control.Advanced topic
on the subject: Co-ordination and integrated control of different systems in industry.
Books:
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Digital Control And State Variable Methods 3rd Edition,M.Gopal, Tata Mcgraw Hill (Sep-08)
Control Systems Engineering, I. J. Nagrath, M. Gopal, New Age International (2010)
Optimal Control Theory: An Introduction. Donald E. Kirk, Dover Publications (30-apr-04)
Digital Control Systems Second Edition, Benjamin C. Kuo , Oxford University Press (2007)
M. Gopal, "Modern Control System Theory", Wiley Eastern Ltd., New Delhi.
Fuzzy Logic: With Engineering Applications, 2Nd Ed, Timothy J. Ross, Wiley India Pvt Ltd
(July 2007)

ADVANCED POWER ELECTRONICS: (4-0-0-4)


Aim & objectives: This subject deals with the modern power semiconductor switches their
control and application in residential, commercial & industrial equipments.
Unit 1:

( 08 Hrs)

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Over view of power semiconductor device structure, characteristics, rating and protection (
Thyristor , BJT , MOSFET , IGBT, Integrated Gate- Commutated Thyristor (IGCT), MOS
controlled Thyristor etc.) GTO, comparison of controlled switches.
Unit 2:
(10Hrs)
Inverters, type (Hard/soft switch inverter),
Voltage source inverter current source inverter).,multilevel Operation with different types of
loads, Performance parameters Harmonic elimination, control of output, voltage using
different switching techniques. Discontinuous mode of operation.
Unit 3:
(10 Hrs)
DC to DC switch mode converters , Basic concepts , analysis of switch on and Off transients
types , DC to DC converters comparison , soft switching , close loop control .
Unit 4:
(12 Hrs)
Resonant converters , comparison of PWM and resonant converters , classification , Basic
resonant circuit concepts , Analysis and design of SRC ( series ), PRC ( parallel ) , SPRC(
series -parallel ) resonant converters, DC-DC as well as AC-DC resonant converter, Power
conditioners and uninterruptible power supplies, Recent industrial power electronic
applications.
Unit 5: controller design with applications and simulation
Advanced topic on the subject
Books :
1. Ned Mohan Tora M. Undeland, William P.Robbins, Power Electronics- Converter
Application and Design John Wiley & Sons.
2. M.H. Rashid Power Electronics Circuits and Application, Prentice Hall of India.,3rd edition
2004.
3. C.V. Lander, Power Electronics, Mc Graw Hills, International Edition.

SWITCHGEAR AND PROTECTION: (4-0-0-4)


Aim & objective :-This course aims to upgrade the knowledge & skills of students with
regards to the operation,control & protection of generators, transformers, transmission &
distribution lines & switchgears against different faults & abnormal conditions.
Unit 1:
(08 Hrs)
Switchgear installation and criteria for selection. Circuit breaker ratings, principles of a-c
circuit breaking. RRRV and recovery voltage and their control. Current chopping. Switching
of capacitive currents. Kilometric faults. Resistance switching. D-C current interruption.
Salient features and characteristics of different arc interrupting media - air, oil, air-blast, SF6,
and vacuum. The electric arc and circuit -breaker. Establishing an arc, discharge characteristic
of arc, long arc, short arc, energy transfer between electric field and the arc column, energy

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transfer out of the column.Theories of arc interruption - restriking voltage and energy balance
theories and their applications.
Unit 2 :
(08 Hrs)
EHV Line Protection: Protection of EHV lines against short circuit and over voltages.
Distance and carrier aided schemes. Stability of protection on power swing. Out of step
blocking and tripping schemes. (With emphasis on implementation using static relays)
Unit 3 :
(08 Hrs)
Transformer Protection: Various fault occurring on transformer &complete protection against
these fault.
Machine Protection: Protection of Alternators and large motors. Bus Protection: Schemes for
complete protection on EHV bus bars.
Unit 4:
(08 Hrs)
Instrument transformer for relaying: performance of conventional CT/VT as well as capacitive
voltage transformers. Principle of operation of magneto optic CT/ VT, special cases like
ferroresonance.
Unit 5:
(08 Hrs)
Philosophy of Numerical relaying: Anti-aliasing Filters, sampling, Measurements principles
using Fourier and other algorithms and its application for implementation of various
numerical relays. Introduction to advanced industrial protection.
Advanced topic on the subject: Microcontroller based relays
Books:
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English Electric Relay Application Guide.


Power Systems Protection : by Elmore ( ABB)
Power system protection (Vol. I & Vol. II) by Warrington.
Art and science of protective relaying .: C.R. Mason
Transmission Network Protection by Y.G. Paithankar. (Marcel Dekkar Pub.)
Power System Protection, B.Ram. TMH.
Computer Relaying for Power System by A.G. Phadke
Computer Relaying for Power System by James Thorp, John Wiley Publication
User manuals on distance relay by ABB, L&T and Siemens.
P.C. Sen Modern Power Electronics , A.H. Wheeler publication Co.
NPTEL Learning Resources.

POWER SYSTEM MODELING: (4-0-0-4) Elective - I


Aim & objective:-Techniques to represent all major components of a power system are
introduced ,so that a sound background is created for the students to learn subjects in next
semester and to plan for their projects.
Unit 1:
(12 Hrs)
Synchronous Machines:
Basic Models, Electric equations, Mechanical equations, per unit system and Normalization,
Parks transformation, Flux linkages equations Voltage & current equations, Formulation of
state-space equations.
Unit 2:
(10 Hrs)
Equivalent circuit sub transient and transient inductances and time constants. Classical
model of Synchronous Machines. Steady state equations and phasor diagram, Determination

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of Machines parameters from manufactures data. Linear model of single Machines infinite bus
system.
Unit 3:
(06Hrs)
Load modeling for different types of loads. Transformer on nominal ratios. Tap representation
three phase models of transformer.
Unit 4:
(06 Hrs)
Modeling of excitation, IEEE systems type 1,2,3,4. Essentials elements of automatic feed
back control system, concepts of voltage drop compensation and modeling of Prime mover
controllers. Simulation by using recent software.
Unit5
( 06 Hrs )
Modelling of Induction generator Doubly fed.(DFIG)
Advanced topic on the subject
Books :
1. Anderson P.M. and A.A. Fouad Power System Control and stability IEEE Computer Society
Press, 2002-10-17
2. Padiyar K.R., Power System Dynamics, Stability and control, Interline Publishing Private Ltd.
Bangalore.
3. Arrilaga J. and Arnold C.P. Computer Modelling of Electric Power System , John Wiley and Sons.
4. Murthy P.S. R., Power System Operation and Control , Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishers, New
Delhi.
5. Bergen & Vittal, Power System Analysis. Prentice Hall.
6. Chakraborty and Halder, Power system Analysis, operation, and control, PHI Learning ,Revised
edition of 2011
7. Bianchi, F D., Battista, H de, Mantz, R J, Wind Turbine Control Systems, Springer, 1st Ed., 2007.

ANALYSIS OF ELECTRICAL MACHINES: (4-0-0-4) Elective I


Unit 1:
Principles of electromagnetic energy conversion: General expression of stored magnetic
energy, co-energy and force/torque, example using single and doubly excited system;
Calculation of air gap mmf and per phase machine inductance using physical machine data;
Voltage and torque equation of dc machine.
Unit 2
Three phase symmetrical induction machine and salient pole synchronous machines in phase
variable form; Introduction to reference frame theory: static and rotating reference frames,
transformation relationships, examples using static symmetrical three phase R, R-L, R-L-M
and R-L-C circuits.
Unit 3:
application of reference frame theory to three phase symmetrical induction and synchronous
machines, dynamic direct and quadrature axis model in arbitrarily rotating reference frames,
voltage and torque equations, derivation of steady state phasor relationship from dynamic
model, generalized theory of rotating electrical machine and Krons primitive machine.
Unit 4:

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Determination of synchronous machine dynamic equivalent circuit parameters: standard and


derived machine time constants, frequency response test; Analysis and dynamic modeling of
two phase asymmetrical induction machine and single phase induction machine.
Unit 5:
Permanent magnet synchronous machine: Surface permanent magnet (square and sinusoidal
back emf type) and interior permanent magnet machines , construction, operating principle
and true synchronous characteristics, dynamic modeling and self controlled operation;
Analysis of Switch Reluctance Motors: design trade-off and basic operating characteristics.
Books:
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Electric Motor Drives, Modelling, Analysis & Control, R. Krishnan, 2001, Prentice Hall.
Electrical Drive Vedam Subramanyam. Tata Mc Graw Hill
Analysis of Electric Machinery. Paul, C, Krause, Mc Graw Hill.
Variable frequency AC motor Drives, system, David Finney IEE Press

RENEWABLE & DISTRIBUTED ENERGY SYSTEM: (4-0-0-4) Elective I


Unit 1
Dispersed photovoltaic, solar, wind, fuel cell and conventional dispersed generation
technologies, economic factors and technical impact on utility distribution systems,
interfacing and optimal location of dispersed generation.
Unit 2

Principles of wind energy extraction, electromechanical energy conversion, characteristics of


wind turbines, Photovoltaic and Thermo-solar power generation profiles, Aerodynamics of
wind turbines, aerodynamic power controls, pitch, stall, active stall, rotor power
characteristics CP-, Power curves
Unit 3
Wind energy conversion systems, Induction generator , Synchronous generator with full scale
power electronic block, variable speed operations, doubly fed induction generation.
Wind interconnection requirements, low-voltage ride through (LVRT).
Unit 4

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ramp rate limitations, and supply of ancillary services for frequency and voltage control,
current practices and industry trends wind interconnection impact on steady-state and dynamic
performance of the power system including modeling issue.
Unit 5
Distributed Generation Standards, DG potential, Definitions and terminologies; current status
and future trends, Technical and economical impacts, Definitions and terminologies; current
status and future trends, Technical and economical impacts DG Technologies, DG from
renewable energy sources, DG from non-renewable energy sources
Books:
1. Wind Energy Fundamentals, Resource Analysis and Economics, Sathyajith Mathew, SpringerVerlag Berlin Heidelberg 2000
2. Wind Energy Explained: Theory, Design and Application: James Manwell, J. F. Manwell,
3. Power Conversion of Renewable Energy Systems, Ewald F. Fuchs, Springer
4. Anthony J. Pansini Electrical Distribution Engineering, CRC Press.
5. H Lee Willis, Distributed Power Generation Planning and Evaluation, CRC Press.
6. James A Momoh, Electric Power Distribution Automation Protection And Control CRC press
7. James J. Burke Power distribution engineering: fundamentals and applications, CRC Press.

EHVAC TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS: (4-0-0-4) Elective II


Unit 1:
Introduction of EHV AC transmission, Tower configurations. Thermal ratings of lines
and cables, transformer technology, circuit breakers.Power handing capacities of EHV
AC Transmission lines. Electric field of point charge . sphere gap- line charge, single and
three phase lines and bounded conductors- Maxwells potential co- efficients
Unit 2:
Voltage gradients of conductors. Corona effects , Types of critical disruptive voltages Factor
affecting corona , Methods for reducing corona power loss, corona current wave form charge
voltage diagram audible noise and ratio interference power loss and audible noise, radio
interference.
Unit 3:
Electrostatic and electromagnetic fields of EHV Lines, Electric shock and threshold current :
Capacitance of long object , calculation of electromagnetic field of A.C. Lines (3-ph Single
and double circuit line only) Effect of high electrostatics field
Unit 4:
Electrostatic field of transmission lines. Lightning and lightning protection. Insulation
characteristics of long air gaps.
Unit 5:
Design of EHV lines based upon steady state limits, transient over voltages and
voltage stability. Series and shunt compensation. Reactive power control apparatus.

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EHV AC and HVDC transmission Engineering and practice by S. Rao.


Electrical power systems (2nd Edition) by C. L. Wadhwa
EHV AC Transmission by Begamudre.

ELECTRICAL DRIVES-I: (4-0-0-4) Elective - II


Unit-1 :
Controlled Bridge Rectifier (1-) and (3-) with DC Motor load separately excited DC
motors with rectified single phase supply- single phase semi converter and single phase full
converter for continuous and discontinuous modes of operation power and power factor.
Three phase semi converter and three phase full converter for continuous and discontinuous
modes of operation power and power factor Addition of free wheeling diode Three
phase double converter.
Unit-2 :
Three phase naturally commutated bridge circuit as a rectifier or as an Inverter Three phase
controlled bridge rectifier with passive load impedance, resistive load and ideal supply
Highly inductive load and ideal supply for load side and supply side quantities, shunt
capacitor compensation, three phase controlled bridge rectifier inverter.
Unit-3:
Phase Controlled DC Motor Drives: Three phase controlled converter, control circuit, control
modeling of three phase converter Steady state analysis of three phase converter control DC
motor drive Two quadrant, Three phase converter controlled DC motor drive DC motor
and load, converter.
Unit-4:
Current and Speed controlled DC Motor drives :Current and Speed controllers - current and
speed feedback Design of controllers Current and Speed controllers Motor equations
Filter in the speed feedback loop speed controller current reference generator current
controller and flow chart for simulation Harmonics and associated problems sixth
harmonics torque.
Unit-5:
Chopper controlled DC motor drives &Closed loop operation of DC motor Drives:
Principle of operation of the chopper Four quadrant chopper circuit Chopper for inversion
Chopper with other power devices model of the chopper input to the chopper Steady
state analysis of chopper controlled DC motor drives rating of the devices Pulsating
torque. Speed controlled drive system current control loop pulse width modulated current
controller hysterisis current controller modeling of current controller design of current
.
Books:
1. Power Electronics and motor controlShepherd,Hulley, Liang II Edn, CU Press

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2. Electric motor drives modeling, Analysis and control R. Krishnan I Edn, PHI.
3. Power Electronic Circuits, Devices and Applications - M.H.RashidPHI, I Edn
4.Fundamentals of Electric Drives G. K. Dubey Narosa Publications 1995.
5. Power Semiconductor drives S.B. Dewan and A. Straughen 1975.

DISTRIBUTED AUTOMATION: (4-0-0-4)Elective II


Unit 1:
Introduction to distribution systems. Nature of loads and load forecasting.Layout of
substations and feeders.Design considerations. Power quality issues.
Unit 2:
Distribution system load flow.
Unit 3:
Optimum siting and sizing of substations, optimum capacitor placement.

Unit 4
Distribution system planning Short term planning, Long term planning, Dynamic planning,.
Sub-transmission networks configurations, Substation bus schemes, Distribution substations
ratings, Service areas calculations, Substation application curves.

Unit 5:
automation,configuration of distribution system. Distribution system monitoring and control :
SCADA, Remote metering and load control strategies, Optimum feeder switching for loss
minimization and load control. Distribution system restoration. Distribution system protection
and switchgear.
Books :
1. Anthony J. Pansini Electrical Distribution Engineering, CRC Press.
2. H Lee Willis, Distributed Power Generation Planning and Evaluation, CRC Press.
3. James A Momoh, Electric Power Distribution Automation Protection And Control CRC press
4. James J. Burke Power distribution engineering: fundamentals and applications, CRC Press.

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M.Tech(IPS)Sem-II
PROCESSOR APPLICATIONS TO POWER SYSTEMS (4-1-0-5)
Aim & Objectives: - Problems in modern power systems have to be solved with modern tools
.Processor applications are useful for quite a few varieties which are introduced here.
Unit 1:
Review of Advance Microprocessor & Microcontroller, FPGA Controller

(06 Hrs)

Unit 2:
Fundamentals of DSP:2812,
Unit 3:

(08Hrs)
(10 Hrs)

Operation and control of 28335, (piccolo )


Unit 4:
Application of DSP and FPGA to power System.

(09 Hrs)

Unit 5:
(07 Hrs)
Interfacing ADC & DAC, LCD display, stepper motor with 8051. Application of DSP to
drives.
Advanced topic on the subject

BOOKS :
1. Douglas and Hall: Microprocessor & Interfacing: Programming & hardware:
Mc. Graw Hills books.
2. DSP Kit manual ( www.ti.com)
3. Advanced Microprocessors And Peripherals,Ajoy Ray, K Bhurchandi, McGraw Hills Books,
ISBN: 9780070140622
4. The 8051 Microcontroller And Embedded Systems Using Assembly And C, Muhammad Ali
Mazidi, Rolin Mckinlay, Janice Gillispie Mazidi, Pearson (2007)
5. The 8051 Microcontroller, Kenneth Ayala, Delmar Cengage (2009)
6. Peter Abel: IBM PC Assembly Language & Programming, Dorling Kindersley India
7. John G. Proakis, Dimitris G Manolakis: Digital Signal Processing : Principles, Algorithms,
And Applications, Pearson Publishers.

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ENERGY SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT (4-0-0-4)


Aim & Objectives :-This subject deals with modern mathematical programming for thermal
power plant and varied non-conventional energy sources
Unit 1:
(07 Hrs)
Load flow Analysis Gauss Seidel Method, Newton Raphson Method, Fast decoupled load
flow and dc load flow, Contingency Analysis
Unit 2:
(08 Hrs)
Representation of transmission loss by B coefficient, Interactive producer for the solution of
co-ordination equation. Derivation of transmission loss. Emission Dispatch. Effects of
Pollutions, Problem formulation, Practical measures Regulations.
Unit 3
(08 Hrs)
Optimal Power Flow: Introduction, sub problem of OPF, Methods for OPF solution. Gradient
method, Co-ordination of steam, Hydro and Nuclear Power Solutions. Optimum generation
allocation to thermal units. Input Output curve of a power generation unit, optimal generation
allocation without losses. Reactive power management, Elementary introduction to
deregulated Power System and Market.

Unit 4:
(08 Hrs)
Hydro-thermal co-ordination: Advantages of co-ordination.
Optimal scheduling of
hydrothermal system. Optimal operation of hydrothermal scheduling. Combined working of
Runoff river plant with steam plant. Pumped storage hydro plants.
Unit 5:
(09 Hrs)
Unit Commitment: Optimal Unit commitment, Solution to unit commitment by Dynamic
programming. Optimal unit commitment with security. Performance optimization by reactive
power control.
Advanced topic on the subject
BOOKS:
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Power system operation and control by PSR Murthy.


Economics operation of Power Systems by L.K. Kirchmayer.
Power Generation, operation control by A. J. Wood and B. F. Wolenberg.
Recent Trends in Electric Energy systems by Nanda and Kothari.
Modern Power System Analysis, Nagrath & Kothari, 3rd Ed., 2003, TMH.
Power System Analysis, Hadi Sadaat, 3rd Ed., PSA Publishing, 2010.
Power System Analysis by Grainger & stevenson
Power system Analysis by Weedi and Cori

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HVDC TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS: (4-0-0-4) Elective III


Aim & Objectives :-This deals with problem in power system with the help of power
electronic switching action to convert the ac power into dc to improve the system
performances.
Unit 1:
(05 Hrs)
Development of HVDC technology, comparison between HVAC and HVDC. Application of
HVDC transmission. Type of DC transmission. Selection of converter configuration. Rectifier
and inverter operation. Analysis of rectifier with two valve conduction..
Unit 2:
(09 Hrs)
Analysis of rectifier with two three valve conduction, Analysis of inverter with two valve
conduction. Analysis of inverter with two-three valve conduction.
Unit 3:
(08 Hrs)
Digital simulation of converters .Generalized equation for simulation of courses. Derivation
of converter equation with two valve conduction, three valve conduction, four valve
conduction.
Unit 4:
(08 Hrs)
Control of HVDC converters and systems: Requirements from control systems of HVDC
converters, rectifier compounding Inverter compounding, converter control characteristics.
Converter firing schemes individual phase control (IPC), Equidistant pulse control (EPC)
Draw backs of individual phase control. Draw backs of EPC.
Unit 5:
(10 Hrs)
Higher Level controls, power controllers, Characteristics & non- characteristics harmonics.
Different methods to over come problems of non characteristics Harmonics. Fault
development and protection. Interaction between AC - DC power systems. Over voltage on
AC DC side, Multiterminal HV DC systems .Control of MTDC systems,Modeling of
HVDC systems. Per unit system representation for power flow solution. Representation for
stability studies. Introduction to HVDC light.
Advanced topic on the subject
Books:
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J.Arrilaga, High Voltage direct current transmission. Peter Peregrinus ltd. London, U.K.
E.W. Kimbark Direct Current Transmission (Vol. I), Wiley Interscience 1971.
K.R. Padiyar HVDC Power Transmission Systems New Edge International.
EHV-AC Transmission by R.D. Begamudre, New Age International.
EHV-AC, HVDC Transmission & Distribution Engineering, S Rao, Khanna Publishers.
I. Arillaga, C.P. Arnold and B.J. Haskar, Computer Modelling of Electrical Power Systems,
John Wiley, 1993.

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DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING: (4-0-0-4) Elective III


Unit 1.
Classification of signals, concept of frequency in continuous-time and discrete- Time signals
A/D and D/A conversion i.e. sampling and quantization,Classification of discrete time
systems, introduction HR and FIR systems.

Unit 2.
Analysis of discrete-time linear time invariant systems, techniques for the Analysis of linear
systems, convolution sum, properties of convolution and the Interconnection of LTI systems,
stability of LTI systems, difference equation to Describe the LTI system, impulse response of
LTI system.
Unit 3 .
Z-transform, ROC, properties of Z-transformation, rational Z-transformation, one sided Ztransformation, solution of difference equation, basic network structure for HR system: direct
form, cascade form, parallel form, basic network structure for FIR systems, DFT and its
properties, fast Fourier transforms (FFT), decimation- In-time algorithm, decimation-infrequency algorithm, design of HR filter by the bilinear transformation, design of FIR filter
using window, property of the FIR filters.
Unit 4
Linear prediction and optimum linear filters-forward and backward linear Prediction, levinson
Durbin algorithm, schur algorithm, AR & ARMA model, Wiener filter FIR, HR, non causal
(speech recognition applications).
Unit 5.
Effects of finite register length in digital signal processing, effect of truncation or rounding,
finite register length effects in realization of HR digital signal filters: statistical analysis of
quantization in fixed point realization of HR digital signals, statistical analysis of quantization
in floating point realization of HR digital filter, finite register length effects in realization of
FIR digital filter, statistical analysis of quantization in fixed point realization of FIR digital
filters, statistical Analysis of quantization in floating point point realization of FIR digital
filter.
Books:
1. Alan V.Oppenhelm/Ronald W.Schafer, Digital Signal Processing, Pearson Education.
2. John G. Prokis & Dimities G.Manolakis, Digital Signal Processing, PHI, 1998.
3. Dimities G. Manolakis, Vinay K. Ingle & Stephen M Kogon, Statistical and Adaptive Signal
Processing, McGraw Hill International Editions.

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SUB-STATION ENGINEERING (4-0-0-4) Elective-III


Aim & Objectives: This subject deals with technical aspects related to planning, operation &
maintenance of high voltage substations suitable for the modern era. Thus, it will cater to the
needs of utilities as well as large industrial houses.
Unit 1 :

( 08 hrs)

Development of Indian Power Sector and grid Management, Development in Distribution


Power Sector, Sub-station:Types of substation(Indoor & outdoor), Layout, Busbar
sectionalization, Power transformers, Design of Earthing, Gas Insulated substation (GIS).
Unit 2 :

( 08 hrs)

Overhead Insulators, CT/PTs, Station Batteries and charging equipment,


Parameters
of Overhead Lines and under-ground cables, Fault finding, Computer applications for Substation engineering
Unit 3 :

( 08 hrs)

Voltage control: Protection against over-voltages, bus-bars protection


Unit 4 :

( 08 hrs)

Operation, Maintenance & safety aspects of substation, including metering aspects.


Unit 5 :

( 08 hrs)

Indian electricity grid code, Case studies with 100 % stand-bye, Case studies with
Participation for Co-generation and energy-sale, Case studies with emergency-supply
arrangements: Short duration / Long duration Advanced topic on the subject
Books:
1. Dahiya R S and Attri V, Sub station engineering, KATSON books, 2009
2. Khedkar Dr.Mohan K.& G M Dhole, A Text book of Electric Power Distribution
Automation, University Science Press, New Delhi, 2009

FACTS (4-0-0-4) Elective IV


Aim & Objectives: - This subject deals with comprehensive controllers, phenomenon of SSR
power system stability, concept of voltage stability, grid with variety of sources,etc.

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Unit 1:
(10 Hrs)
SSR, Determination of SSR Methods of analysis SSR, (a) Eigen value analysis (b) Frequency
domain analysis. Analysis of SSR with fixed series compensation and HVDC converter
control. Counter measures for SSR. (a) System planning considerations. (i) Series Vs shunt
compensation (ii) Static blocking filter (iii) By pass damping filter (b) Damping scheme (i)
N.G. Hingorani Damping scheme (ii) Dynamic stabilizers.
Unit 2:
(08 Hrs)
Voltage stability, Basic concepts, Active/Reactive power flow transmission using elementary
models, Difficulties with reactive power transmission. classification, methods of analysis,
voltage collapse. Factors affecting Voltage stability (i) Transient voltage stability (ii) Longterm voltage instability and its prevention, continuation power flow.
Unit 3:
(12 Hrs)
Comparison of rotor angle stability & voltage stability. (P-V) curves (nose curves) Methods of
analysis (i) Dynamic and Static analysis. Modeling requirements for voltage stability. Recent
case studies.

Unit 4:
(10 Hrs)
Static VAR compensator (SVC), Types of SVC characteristics of ideal and realistic SVC their
operation, Composite characteristics, modeling of SVC, Six pulse TCR, Application of SVC,
Flexible AC Transmission Systems ( FACTS )
Unit 5:
(10 Hrs)
Basic concepts, Voltage source converters, Current source converter comparison of
STATCOM and SVC. Static Voltage and phase angle regulators: TCVR and TCPAR combine
compensator UPFC (Unified Power Flow), IPFC (Interline power flow controller), Active
Filters (Series and Shunt types only).
Advanced topic on the subject
Books:
1. K.R. Padiyar Power System stability and control Interline publishing Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore.
2. P. Kundur Power system stability and controls. Mc Graw Hills. Inc New York.
3. K.R. Padiyar Analysis of synchronous resonance in power systems, Wolter Kluwer
Academic publisher 1998.
4. C.W. Taylor Power System Voltage stability, Mcgraw Hill 1993.
5. Anderson P.M. and Fauad A.A. Power System Control and Stability, Galgotia Publication
1981.
6. Al Techniques in power system IEE Power Engg. Series 22, Edited by Kevin Warwick
Artinur Ekwue & Raj Aggrwal.
7. Understanding FACTS : Concepts & Technology of Flexible AC Transmission Systems by
N.G. Hingorani & L.Gyugyi , IEEE presss First edition 2001
8. Thyristor-Based Facts Controllers For Electrical Transmission Systems (Hardcover) by R.
Mohan Mathur, Rajiv K. Varma, IEEE Press.
9. Analysis of Voltage Stability by Arrissapu

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10. Enrique Acha, Power electronic control in electrical systems, Newnes, 2002 - Technology

ELECTRICAL DRIVES II (4-0-0-4) Elective IV


Unit-1
Introduction to motor drives-torque production- Equivalent circuit analysis-Speed-Torque
characteristics with variable voltage operation, variable frequency operation, constant v/f
operation-Induction motor characteristics in constant torque and field weakening regions
Unit-2
Control of Induction motor drives : Voltage fed inverter control-Open loop volts/Hz ControlSpeed control slip regulation- Speed control with torque and flux control-Current controlled
voltage fed inverter drive-Current fed inverter control-Independent current and frequency
control-Speed and flux control in current fed inverter drive-Volts/Hertz Control current fedInverter drive-Efficiency optimization control by flux program

Unit-3
Control of Synchronous machines: Synchronous motor and its characteristics control
strategies constant torque angle control- Unity power factor control-Constant mutual flux
linkage control, operation of PMSM for bilateral power control.
Unit-4
Controllers: Flux weakening operation- Maximum speed-Direct flux weakening algorithm
Constant torque mode controller- Flux Weakening controller- Indirect flux weakening
Maximum permissible torque-Speed control scheme- Implementation strategy Speed
controller design
Unit-5
Special motors control : Variable reluctance motor drives- Torque Production in the variable
reluctance motor- Drive characteristics and control principles- Current control variable
reluctance servo drive. Three phase full wave Brushless dc motor Sinusoidal type of
Brushless dc motor-Current controlled Brushless dc servo drives
Books:
1. Electric Motor Drives Pearson modeling, analysis and control R.Krishnan Publication -1st Edition
-2002
2. Modern Power Electronics and AC drives-B.K Bose-Pearson Publication -1ST Edition
3. Power Electronic Control of AC motors- MD Murphy & FG Turn Bull Pergman Press(For Chapters
II,III, V) 1st Edition
4. Power Electronics and AC drives-B.K Bose-Prentice Hall Publication -1ST Edition
5. Power Electronics Circuits, Devices and Application- M.H Rashid PHI 1995
6. Fundamentals of Electric Drives GK Dubey- Narora Publications -1995
7. Power Electronics and Variable Frequency drives-B.K.Bose-IEEE press-Standard publication-1ST
Edition-2002

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LOAD FORECASTING & LOAD MANAGEMENT (4-0-0-4) (IITD)

Elective-IV

Unit 1:
Load Forecasting : Classification and characteristics of loads. Approaches to load forecasting.
Forecasting methodology.
Unit 2:
Energy forecasting. Peak demand forecasting. Non-weather sensitive forecast. Weather
sensitive forecast. Total forecast. Annual and monthly peak demand forecasts. Applications of
state estimation to load forecasting.
Unit 3:
Load Management : Introduction to load management. Electric energy production and
delivery system structure (EEPDS), Demand side management.
Unit 4:
Design alternatives for EEPD systems. Communication/ Control technologies for load
management.
Unit 5:
Tariff structure and load management. Some principles of microeconomics and energy pricing
strategies. Assessing the impacts of load management.

Books:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

S.A. Soliman, Ahmad Mohammad Al-Kandari Electrical Load Forecasting: Modeling and
Model Construction, elsevier publisher -2010
Energy management by W.R. Murphy & G. Mckay Butter worth, Heinemann
publications.
Energy management by Paul o Callaghan, Mc-graw Hill Book company-1st edition,1998
Energy efficient electric motors by John C. Andreas, Marcel Dekker Inc Ltd-2nd
edition, 1995
Energy management hand book by W.C.Turner, john Wiley and sons
Energy management and good lighting practice : fuel efficiency- booklet12-EEO

M.Tech(IPS) Sem-III
POWER SYSTEM STABILITY (4-0-0-4) Elective - V
Aim & Objectives :- This deals with analytical techniques to monitor a large system to
ensure stable operation under odd conditions, so that the system performance is better

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Unit 1:
Small Signal Stability Analysis.

(10 Hrs)

Unit 2:
(11 Hrs)
Transient stability : - a) Consideration of rotor angle, b) Consideration of time.
Unit 3:
(11 Hrs)
Review of classical method, dynamic and transient stability investigations and simulation of
single machine infinite bus and multi machine system.
Unit 4:
(10 Hrs)
Effects of grounding on stability, effects of various disturbance, parameters and controls on
stability, prevention of stability, pull out.
Unit 5:
(08 Hrs)
Role of automatic voltage regulator (AVR) on improving stability.Effect of excitation control
and turbine Governing. Augmentation of stability of conventional methods. Recent software
for power system analysis. Power system stabilizers (PSS): Introduction, Basic concepts,
Choice of control signals, Torsional interaction with PSS. AI application to power system
stability studies.
Advanced topic on the subject
Books:
1. Padiyar K.R. Power System Dynamics, Stability And Control, Interline publishing Pvt. Ltd,
Banglore .
2. Kimbark, Power System Stability Vol I and III, John Wiley and sons, New York.
3. STAGG and EI-abide, Computer method in Power System Analysis, MCGraw Hills. Co.,
Ltd.
4. B.M. Weedy & Cory Electrical Power System, John Wiley and sons, New York.
5. P. Kundur Power system stability and controls. Mc Graw Hills. Inc New York.
6. M. A. Pai, Computer Techniques in Power System Analysis, 2nd Ed., Tata Mc Graw Hill,
2006.

ELECTRIC VEHICLES (4-0-0-4)

Elective - V

Objectives:-Electrical Vehicles need strong sources, efficient power-drives & excellent coordination within the vehicle. This course introduces modern subsystems for efficient
operation of vehicles.
Outcomes:
Learn pollution problems due to petrol or diesel driven vehicles and suggest the
remedial measures by developing skills to use sensors, motors, batteries, fuel cells,
ultra-capacitors and hybrid system for electric vehicles in cost effective way.
Unit 1:
(06 Hrs)

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Electric vehicles (EV) development, past, present and future, comparison with IC engine
driven vehicles.
Unit 2:
(08Hrs)
Batteries, fuel cells, ultracapacitors. Power converters in EV. Different types of motors used
in EV and their torque-speed characteristics, motor control techniques,
Unit 3:
(08Hrs)
High performance and efficiency-optimized control, sensorless control. EV modeling, Their
Characteristics,
Unit 4:
(10 Hrs)
Slip phenomena. Road condition estimation, driving force observer.
EV motion control, optimum slip ratio control, movement control, lateral motion stabilization.
Unit 5:
(08Hrs)
Fuel cell Vehicles, Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV), series, parallel and series-parallel (split)
systems, Recent industrial power electronic applications.
Advanced topic on the subject
Books:1) Electric Vehicle Battery Systems Sandeep Dharmeja, Newnes, 2001 252 pages, price not
quoted.
2) Chaos in Electrical Drive Systems: Analysis, Control & Applications- K.T.Chau , Zheng
Wang, John Wiley and Sons ,2011,288 pages.
3) Electrical Vehicle Technology Explained-James Larminie, John Lowry, John Wiley and Sons,
2003,296 pages.
4) Modern Electric Vehicle Technology-Chung Chow Chan, K.T.Chau Oxford University
Press,2001.
5) Electrical Vehicle Integration into Modern Power Networks Springer Books, Hard Cover 130
Euros.
6) International Journal of Elevator Engineering (Book)-A.T.P.So George C.Barney
waterstones.com,UK Pounds 15

POWER SYSTEM PLANNING (4-0-0-4) (Elective-V)


Aim & Objectives: - This subject deals with generation, transmission, distribution and
planning.Advanced mathematical methods for finding reliability for successful operation of
power plants are also taught.
Unit 1:
(07 Hrs)
Brief Outline of conventional commercial power plants. Thermal, Hydro, Nuclear, Solar,
Wind etc., and Division each type of power plant in total installed capacity. Concept of
adequacy and security, System Analysis. Selection of units. Load forecasting, Introduction to
Energy Conservation.

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Unit 2:
(08 Hrs)
Classification of load forecasting uncertainty. The concept of reliability, reliability indices
.Component reliability hazards models conventional UPDOWN times. Absolute and relative
measures. Power system reliability. Outage definition. Construction of reliability models.
Unit 3:
(08 Hrs)
Generation planning. Generation system model, Loss of load indices, force outage rates, loss
of energy indices. Reserve capacity evaluation, frequency and duration method. System risk
indices. Generation expansion planning.

Unit 4:
(07 Hrs)
Transmission planning: - Probability arrays method of two interconnected system equivalent
assisting unit approach to interconnected system. Factors affecting the emergency assistance
available through interconnection. Weather effects on transmission lines, load point indices.
Transmission planning under deregulated environment.
Unit 5:
(10 Hrs)
Transmission reliability evaluation. Distribution system reliability: - Basic concept, Customer
Oriented indices in Distribution System of Planning, parallel and mesh networks. Effect of
transferable load economy considerations. Planning of Generation using non-conventional
(renewable) Energy sources. Recent Case studies.
Advanced topic on the subject
Books :
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Reliability Evaluation of Power System By Billington and Allian .


Reliability Modeling in Electrical Power System by J. Endrenvi.
Electrical Power Distribution System by Tarun Gonen
Electric Transmission System Engg.. By Tarun Gonen
Generation of Electric Energy by B. R. Gupta, 2009, S. Chand & Co.
Generation Planning by A S Pabla

POWER QUALITY (4-0-0-4)Elective VI


Unit -1
Electric power quality phenomena- IEC and IEEE definitions - power quality disturbancesvoltage fluctuations-transients-unbalance-waveform distortion-power frequency variations
Unit -2
Voltage variations, Voltage sags and short interruptions flicker-longer duration variations
sources range and impact on sensitive circuits-standards solutions and mitigations equipment
and techniques.

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Unit 3
Transients origin and classifications capacitor switching transient lightning-load
switching impact on users protection mitigation.
Unit -4
Harmonics sources definitions & standards impacts - calculation and simulation,
Harmonic power flow - mitigation and control techniques filtering passive and active

Unit -5
Power Quality conditioners shunt and series compensators-DStatcom-Dynamic voltage
restorer-unified power quality conditioners-case studies
Books:
1. Heydt, G.T., Electric Power Quality, Stars in a Circle Publications, Indiana, 2nd edition 1994.
2. Bollen, M.H.J, Understanding Power Quality Problems: Voltage sags and interruptions, IEEE Press,
New York, 2000.
3. Arrillaga, J, Watson, N.R., Chen, S., Power System Quality Assessment, Wiley, New York, 2000.

ADVANCED ELECTRIC DRIVES AND THEIR CONTROL (4-0-0-4)


Aim & Objectives: - This Subject deals with modern drives controls techniques such as
vector/scalar control for VVVF & DTC for industrial applications.
Unit 1:
(07 Hrs)
Dynamics of Electrical Drives classification of electric drives Basic elements of an electric
drive. Dynamic condition of electric System. Stability consideration of electric drives.
Unit 2:
(09 Hrs)
Analysis of electric machinery. Reference frames, Theory of symmetrical IM and
synchronous machines.
Unit 3:
(10 Hrs)
Motor Control : Induction motor control systems AC regulation and static switches. Control
of effective rotor resistance, Recovery of slip energy. Variable frequency control of AC
motor, harmonic analysis in VFD, Cycloconverter control
of slip frequency, Forced
commutated inverter drive, analysis.
Unit 4:
(12 Hrs)
Synchronous servomotor drives with sinusoidal waveform, with trapezoidal waveforms, Load
commutated inverter drives, Control of AC /DC machines, Digital control of drives,
Application of microprocessor / computers to Electric AC / DC Drives.
Unit- 5:

(12 Hrs)

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State variable approach ,Scalar control method / Vector control method , comparison , Space
vectors , stator space current ., stator voltage space vector ,stator flux linkages space vector ,
transformation of space vector coordinates from one reference frame to another . Introduction
to DTC, Switched reluctance motor control, PMSM Motor, Study of recent drives controllers.
Advanced topic on the subject: Effects of harmonics on motors.
Books:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Electric Motor Drives, Modelling, Analysis & Control, R. Krishnan, 2001, Prentice Hall.
Electrical Drive Vedam Subramanyam. Tata Mc Graw Hill
Analysis of Electric Machinery. Paul, C, Krause, Mc Graw Hill.
Variable frequency AC motor Drives, system, David Finney IEE Press.
Power Electronics and AC Drives , B.K. Bose , Prentice Hall
Power Electronics , principles and application , Joseph Vithayathil Mcgraw Hill
Power Electronics Circuit devices and application , M. Rashid , Prentice Hall of India.,3rd
edition 2004.
8. Power Electronics, converters, Application and design, Mohan Undeland, Robbins John
Wiley.
9. Power semiconductor Drives G.K. Dubey.

RESTRUCTURED POWER SYSTEMS (4-0-0-4)Elective VI


Unit 1
Deregulation, Reconfiguring Power systems, unbundling of electric utilities, Background to
deregulation and the current situation around the world, benefits from a competitive electricity
market after effects of deregulation
Unit 2
Role of the independent system operator, Operational planning activities of ISO: ISO in Pool
markets, ISO,EMS, in Bilateral markets, Operational planning activities of a GENCO: Genco
in Pool and Bilateral markets, market participation issues, competitive bidding
Unit 3
Power wheeling, Transmission open access, pricing of power transactions, security
management in deregulated environment, and congestion management in deregulation
Unit 4
General description of some ancillary services, ancillary services management in various
countries, reactive power management in some deregulated electricity markets
Unit 5
Different practices in power market operations: different market models, different types of
bilateral transactions, centralized & decentralized dispatch philosophies , regulatory
framework, open assess issues.
Books:
1. K. Bhattacharya, MHT Bollen and J.C Doolder, Operation of Restructured Power Systems,
Kluwer Academic Publishers, USA, 2001.
2. Lei Lee Lai, Power System restructuring and deregulation, John Wiley and Sons, UK. 2001.

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3. Fred I Denny and David E. Dismukes Power System Operations and Electricity Markets, CRC
Press, LLC, 2002.
4.Fundamentals of power system economics by D.Kirschen
5.web based courses on NPTEL RESTRUCTURED POWER SYSTEMS (material)-iitd

POWER SYSTEM DESIGN LAB(0-0-4-2)


Advanced experiments based on Load forecasting, voltage stability, Power system security&
design issues.
Open-ended experiments.

SEMINAR

(0-0-8-8)

PROJECT

(0-0-16-16)