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The Department has set up a few workshops in order to carry out research in the identified thrust areas. These are equipped with facilities to conduct research at all levels. Actively involving students, these workshops serve as hubs for research activities. Research scholars and faculty members guide these students to do research in these labs. A diverse and talented pool of faculty with enviable credentials and sound knowledge in the academic discipline mentor the students in their projects and help them to realize their innovative ideas.

Electrical and Electronics Workshop

The electrical workshop has got three components, which provides introductory practical knowledge about Electrical and Electronics Engineering for all the engineering disciplines.

  • First component is the Electrical workshop in which the students are given house wiring practice and familiarization of electrical protective devices and some of the commonly used home appliances.
  • Second component is Electronics workshop in which students are given familiarization of different types of electronic components, measuring instruments and microprocessor trainer kit.
  • Third component is PC hardware in which students study different parts of PC hardware.

Electrical Machines Lab

The department has well equipped Electrical machines laboratory which is established with a wide range of equipment for doing regular laboratory experiments. The DC machines include generators and motors. These machines are of separately excited type, self-excited type and compound. AC machines include three phase alternators, motors (Squirrel Cage and Slip Ring type), synchronous motor, synchronizing panel, single phase machines are available. Modernized distribution panels (both AC and DC) are used to provide supply power to the various machine work benches. Each machine work bench is provided with a well-designed connecting panel board made from thick hylam sheet with attractive printing on it. The laboratory serves the educational and research requirements in the field of electric machines, electric motor drive systems, power and industrial electronics.

Electrical Measurement Lab

The lab is basically meant for the conduction of the experiments related to Electric Circuit Theory Lab , Measurements and Digital Electronics Lab and Measurement and Analog Electronic Circuits lab. This lab is well equipped with the various kits such as Kelvins double Bridge for the measurement of low resistance , De Sautys Bridge for the measurement of unknown capacitance and loss factor and Maxwells LC Bridge for the measurement of unknown inductance and quality factor. In addition, to conduct the experiments on transducers , Thermocouple,RTD ,Thermistor ,LVDT and Strin Gauge kits are also available. The Lab is also having Phase Shifting transformers( three phase) ,Current transformers and Energy meters to conduct other experiments such as testing of CT , Ammeter Range extention using CT ,Calibration of Energy meter etc. The Linear IC trainer Kits , Digital IC triner Kits , Cathode Ray Oscilloscopes are available for the conduction of Analog and Digital experimens such as Diode clipping and Clamping circuits,BJT Amplifiers , Oscillators, A/D and D/A conversions ,Linear Voltage Regulator,Adder/Subtractor, MUX/DEMUX, Flip flops , Shift Register, Counter, etc.

Power System Simulation Lab

The power system simulation laboratory is equipped with software packages like MATLAB/Simulink , Orcad , Multisim for simulation studies namely Power flow analysis , Short circuit , Electromagnetic transient and stability studies of power system. These software packages are also used for the design of Power Electronics and drives models which are used both in student projects and research.

Power Electronics Lab

The power electronics lab is equipped with hardware kits for various Power Electronic circuits to learn basic characteristics of Power electronics devices, their Triggering circuits, Modes of Power Conversions and various applications. To gain knowledge of these, the various experiments conducted by students include:

  • V-I characteristics of SCR, MOSFET, IGBT ,Triac.
  • Triggering circuits, Full wave and Half wave Controlled and Uncontrolled Rectifiers, Semi Converter circuits.
  • Series and Parallel Inverter circuits, PWM Inverters to familiarize with different types of PWM technology.
  • Speed control of DC Motor and Universal Motor
  • DC Choppers and AC Voltage regulators
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