The Electrical Machines Laboratory is the Main Laboratory of Electrical Engineering Department. The Laboratory is well equipped with various AC and DC Electrical Machines and Transformers. The main objective of the courses on Electrical Machines Laboratory is to provide the practical exposure to the student regarding construction and operation of various electrical machines like DC generators, DC Motors, Alternators, Synchronous motors, Induction Motors, Special Motors and Transformers. Students perform experiments to validate characteristics like OCC, no-load test, load test on dc generators, load test and speed control methods on dc motors, open circuit, short circuit and parallel operation on transformers, blocked rotor, no-load and load tests on three phase induction motors, OC, SC and slip tests on synchronous machines to determine performance
The main objective of these laboratory courses on Networks & Electrical Technology Laboratory is to provide the practical exposure to the student regarding the electrical circuit theorems like superposition, Thevenin’s, Norton’s and maximum power transfer theorems and also construction and operation of various electrical machines like DC generators, DC Motors, Alternators, Synchronous motors, Induction Motors, and Transformers
The Power Electronics laboratory aims at imparting practical knowledge of Power Electronic devices to the students to learn the characteristics of different types of power electronic switches, understand and analyse the operation of UJT firing circuits, R & RC firing circuits, uncontrolled & Controlled Rectifiers, Choppers, Inverters & Cyclo Converters. The laboratory is well equipped with trainer kits to teach practical from fundamentals to high level concepts to the students.
This laboratory course gives hands-on experience to feedback automatic control systems. The Laboratory contains various equipment used in design and experimentation of digital and analog electromechanical feedback control systems. The laboratory contains equipment like synchros, PID controllers, stepper motor unit, Phase lead and lag compensator, AC servo motor, DC servo motor, AC position control trainer, DC position control trainer and Allen Bradlen PLC Kit. The feedback automatic control systems are an essential feature of numerous industrial processes, scientific instruments and even commercial, social and management situations. A thorough understanding of the elementary principles of this all-embracing technology is of great relevance for all engineers and scientists.
This laboratory provides the real time environment to the students to conduct experiments on measurement of sequence impedance of transformer and alternator, calibration of tong tester, economic load dispatch problem and unit commitment etc. This lab will provide knowledge to the students on power system’s area through practical demonstrations on power system generation, transmission and distribution concepts
The Electrical Measurements laboratory provides the knowledge on calibration of measuring devices. This lab comprises of phase shifting transformers, reactive load and various other equipment used for calibration and measurement of electrical quantities. This laboratory is equipped with all electrical bridge circuits like Kelvin's Double Bridge, Anderson's bridge, Schering Bridge to facilitate the measurement of unknown values of elements like resistor, capacitor and inductor. Errors in electrical measuring instruments can also be calibrated. Real and reactive power of unbalanced loads can also be measured.
The main objective of these laboratory courses on electrical circuits Laboratory is to provide the practical exposure to the student regarding the electrical circuit theorems like superposition, Thevenin’s, Norton’s, maximum power transfer theorems, locus diagrams on RLC elements, Z, Y and ABCD parameters of the circuits and measuring the reactive power of the RL and RC circuits.
The electrical simulation laboratory mainly focuses on simulation using MATLAB®. It is a programming platform designed specifically for engineers and scientists to analyse and design systems and products that transform our world. The heart of MATLAB is the MATLAB language, a matrix-based language allowing the most natural expression of computational mathematics. In this lab the students design to simulate the electrical circuits, power electronics circuits and programming for load flow studies of power system etc. This laboratory is also helpful for research students.
The Power Converters & Drives Laboratory aims at imparting practical knowledge of Power converters to the students to learn the advanced topics in Power Electronics like speed control of DC motor using three phase full converter, four quadrant operation of DC Chopper, DSP based V/f control of three phase induction motor and analysis of three Phase SVPWM pulse generation using PIC Micro controller. The laboratory is well equipped with trainer kits to teach practical from fundamentals to high level concepts to the students