Message From HOD

The basic laboratories in the department of Electrical Engineering are as follows:

·         Basic electric Engineering Laboratory: This is a core laboratory for all the branches of engineering. This laboratory enables the students to understand the fundamental theorems and Laws useful to design electrical networks. This laboratory would enable students to understand the basic principles of electrical engineering.

·         Electrical Circuits Laboratory: This is one of the important laboratories in electrical engineering. It enables the students to use testing and measuring instruments such as function generators, oscilloscopes, and digital multi-meters to analyze a DC circuit by using different analysis techniques. These include Ohm’s Law, KCL, KVL, nodal analysis, mesh analysis, Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorems as well as the transient analysis of RL, RC circuits and RLC circuits and it is developed by our students .

·         Basic Electronics Laboratory: The Basic Electronic laboratory is designed to enable students to comprehend main characteristics of simple electronic devices such as diodes and transistors. The laboratory session is synchronized with the lecture in such a way that they complement each other. The practical circuits are built to investigate working of Zener diode circuits, bipolar transistor circuits under DC and AC conditions as well as small signal amplifiers, filters and oscillators using discrete components are built.

·         IC Applications Laboratory: The IC applications laboratory is designed to enable students to understand the functioning of Operational Amplifiers, some important ICs IC741, IC 555 etc. Circuits employing the op amps as the active element are constructed to perform as amplifiers, integrators, filters, relaxation and sinusoidal oscillators. The required circuits are designed and developed by our students as a part of mini-projects.

·         Electrical Machines Laboratories- I&II: In this laboratory students are educated about construction and control of electrical machines. It is under development.

·         Control Systems Laboratory: under development.

·         Power Electronics Laboratory: Majority of the power control devices use power electronic circuitry. This laboratory is useful in designing of various types of power converters and their characteristics and their real time application. Some of the experimental setups are developed by our students as part of minor-project.

·         Measurements Laboratory: Yet to be developed.

·         Electrical Systems Simulation Laboratory: Electrical systems are generally very complex in nature and large in size and hence physical models are difficult to realize in laboratory. In the simulation laboratory dedicated computer software is used to analyze electrical systems. All the students use this laboratory in implementation of minor and major projects of their curriculum.



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