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Course Objectives:

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2
3
4
5

To introduce the basic concepts of transmission line parameters.


To clearly understand the concepts of performance of transmission lines.
To clearly understand the basic concepts of the power system transients and various factors
governing the performance of transmission lines.
To introduce different types of insulators of overhead lines, sag and tension calculations.
To introduce the concept of underground cables.

COURSE OUTCOMES:
DESCRIPTION
S.NO.

PO
MAPPING

At the end of the course, the student will be able to:

PS.CO1

Students will be able to understand the different types of conductors and 1,2
calculation of inductance and capacitance for different systems.

PS.CO2

Students will be able to able to solve different problems on concept of


GMR and GMD.

3,4

PS.CO3

Students will be able to understand the performance of short, medium


and long transmission lines.

4,7

PS.CO4

Students will be able to understand the concept of surge impedance, SIL 4,5,6
and velocity of propagation of waves, the concepts of reflection and
refraction coefficients and travelling or propagation of surges.

PS.CO5

Student will be able to understand the concepts of different types of 1,7,11


effects in transmission and the factors affecting the corona, concepts of
different types of insulators, string efficiency, sag, tension and effect of
wind and ice on weight of conductor.

PS.CO6

Students will be able to know about the different types of cables and its 7,10,11
construction.

CO/PO
PS.CO1
PS.CO2
PS.CO3
PS.CO4
PS.CO5
PS.CO6

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11

12

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
1

To understand the concept of circuit elements, DC and AC electrical circuits

To acquire knowledge in basic laws of electricity, instruments to measure the electrical


quantities,

To know different methods to solve the electrical networks.

To know about the concepts of construction operational features of energy conversion


devices i.e. DC and AC machines, transformers.

To know basics of electronics, semiconductor devices and their characteristics and


operational features.

COURSE OUTCOMES:
SNO

DESCRIPTION

PO

At the end of the course, the student will be able to:

MAPPIN
G

EEE.CO1

Students will be able to design different type of circuits

A,B,E

EEE.CO2

Students will be able to analyze type of machines and


applications.

A,E

EEE.CO3

Students will be able to analyze type of transformers where


they can apply

A,E

EEE.CO4

Students will be able to design electronic devices

A,B,E

EEE.CO5

Students will be able to design electronic devices

A,B,E

CO-PO MAPPING:
CO/PO

EEE.CO1

EEE.CO2

EEE.CO3

EEE.CO4

EEE.CO5

CLASS REGISTER
SUBJECT NAME
SUBJECT CODE
FACULTY NAME
DEPARTMENT
CLASS
CLASS REGISTER
SUBJECT NAME
SUBJECT CODE
FACULTY NAME
DEPARTMENT
CLASS
9.2010.10

MO
N
TUE
WE
D
THU PS II
FRI
SAT
9.2010.10

MO
N
TUE

10.1011.05

POWER SYSTEMS II
A50221
CH.SRIRAM
ELECTRICAL
&
ENGINEERING(EEE)
B.TECH III YEAR / I SEM

ELECTRICAL
&
ENGINEERING(EEE)
A30203
CH.SRIRAM
CIVIL ENGINEERING(CE)
B.TECH II YEAR / I SEM
11.0511.55

12.451.30

1.302.20

ELECTRONICS

ELECTRONICS

2.20-3.10

3.10-4.00

PS II

PS II

PS II

10.1011.05

11.0511.55

11.5512.45

1.302.20

PS II

2.20-3.10

EEE

3.10-4.00

WE
D
THU
FRI
SAT

EEE
EEE
EEE
EEE