## Sunday, 20 May 2012

## Shivaji University, Kolhapur SYLLABUS/ STRUCTURE (REVISED from June- 2009) T.E. Electrical (Semester – V)

**T.E. (Electrical Engineering) (Semester- V)**

**01. Electromagnetics**

Teaching
Scheme: Examination Scheme:

Lectures:
4 Hours /Week Paper: 100 Marks

**SECTION I**

1. Vector
Analysis: (05 Hrs)

Introduction,
Coordinate systems and Transformations, Differential Length, Area and

Volumes,
Vector calculus. Numericals expected.

2.
Electrostatics: (10 Hrs)

Coulomb’s
law, Electric field intensity due to point Charge, line charge, surface charge
and volume charge distribution, Electric flux density, Gauss’s law and
Divergence theorem, Energy, potential energy and work done, potential gradient,
dipole and its electric field, dipole movement, energy density in electrostatic
field. Numericals expected.

3.
Conductor, Dielectrics and Capacitance: (8 Hrs)

Current
and current density, Continuity equation of current, properties of conductors,

boundary
conditions, Energy stored in capacitors, Poisson’s and Laplace’s equations,

Capacitance
between parallel plates and co-axial cable using Laplace’s equation,

Numericals
expected.

**SECTION II**

4.
Magnetostatics: (10Hrs)

Biot
Savert’s law and its vectorial form, Magnetic field due to infinitely long
current

carrying
conductor, Ampere’s circuital law, Application to co-axial cable. Curl
operator,

Magnetic
flux density, Stoke’s theorem. Scalar and vector magnetic potential, Lorentz’s

force
equation. Energy stored in magnetic field, boundary conditions. Numericals
expected.

5. Time
varying fields: (08 Hrs)

Faraday’s
law, Maxwell’s equations (Differential, Integral, Phasor forms), Uniform plane

waves,
Representation of wave motion in conductor and free space, perfect dielectrics

Pointing
theorem and power density, Propagation in good conductor and Skin effect,

Numericals
expected.

6.
Transmission line and Radiation: (07 Hrs)

Transmission
Line: Impendence matching, single and double stub transmission line,

Introduction
to Smith Chart.

Radiation:
Radiation resistance, Radiation pattern, Calculation of radiation resistance
for

Short
dipole, Short monopole and Quarter wave monopole, antennas directivity,

Reciprocity
between Transmitting and receiving antennas, Hertzian dipole, Vector retarded potential.

**Reference Books**

1
Engineering Electromagnetic, W. Hayt, Tatat McGraw Hill ( 7th
Edition)

2 Antenna
and Wave Propagation, K .D. Prasad, Satya Prakashan

3
Electromagnetic field theory fundamental, Guru and Hizirogli,, Thomson
Publication

4
Electromagnetic, J.D. Kraus, McGraw Hill, 4th Edition

5
Electromagnetic Engineering, Ryder

**T.E. (Electrical Engineering) (Semester- V)**

**02. Power System Analysis**

Teaching
Scheme: Examination Scheme:

Lectures:
04 Hours/Week Paper: 100 Marks

Practical:
02 Hours/Week T.W.: 25 Marks

POE: 50
Marks

**SECTION – I**

1. Power
System Components: (02 Hrs.)

Single
line diagram of power system, Brief Description of Power system elements such
as, Synchronous Machine, Transformer, Bus bar, Circuit Breaker, isolator, CT,
PT.

2 A.C.
Distribution Systems: (05 Hrs.)

Primary
and Secondary systems, Overhead and Underground systems, Connection scheme of
distribution system, Radial system, Ring main system, Interconnected systems,
feeders and distributors, AC distribution calculations, overview of
Distribution Automation,Numericals expected.

3 Overhead
Transmission Line parameters: (09 Hrs.)

Types of
conductors, bundled conductor, symmetrical and unsymmetrical spacing,

equivalent
spacing, transposition, influence of voltage on cost and efficiency, comparison
of different systems of transmission, calculation of resistance, concept of
self GMD, mutual GMD, inductance and capacitance for single circuit and double
circuit lines, skin and proximity effect, Numericals expected.

4 Design
Aspects of Overhead Transmission Lines: (08 Hrs.)

Main
components of over head lines, conductor materials, line supports, insulators,
types of insulators, potential distribution over suspension insulators, string
efficiency, methods of improving string efficiency, corona, factors affecting
corona, important terms, advantages and disadvantages of corona, methods of
reducing corona effect, sag in over head lines and sag calculations, Numericals
expected.

SECTION -
II

5.
Characteristics and Performance of Transmission Line: (09
Hrs.)

Short,
medium and long lines, Voltages and currents at sending and receiving end of
line, ABCD constants, Sending end and receiving power circle diagrams, universal
power circle diagram, voltage and current waves, surge impedance loading of
transmission line, Complex Power flow through transmission line, Power
transmission capability, Ferranti effect, tuned power lines, methods of voltage
control, voltage regulators, tap changing transformers, booster transformers,
synchronous phase modifiers, Numericals expected.

6.
Underground Cables: (04 Hrs.)

Construction
and classification of cables for single and three phase service, Insulation

resistance,
capacitance and dielectric stresses in cable, Most economical conductor size in
cables, Grading of cables, capacitance grading and inter-sheath grading,
Capacitance of three core cable and measurements of capacitances, Methods of
laying underground cables.

7. Load
Flow Analysis: (09 Hrs.)

Network
Model Formulation, Formation of Bus Admittance Matrix, Power Flow

Equations,
Gauss-Seidal method, Newton-Raphson method, Decoupled and Fast decoupled Methods,
Comparison of Load Flow Methods, Numericals expected.

8. Power
Factor Improvement:- (02 Hrs.)

Causes and
disadvantages of Low power factor, power factor improvement using Static

capacitors,
synchronous condensers, phase advancers, Numericals expected.3

**Term Work:**

Term work
should consist of following:

1. Two
drawing sheets based on above theory

2. Minimum
8 exercises based on topics like ABCD constants, Load Flow Analysis using

mathematical
software like MiPower, PSIM, EMTP, ETAP,MATLAB.

3. Hand
written Technical Report (after visiting sub-station):

Technical
report should consist of following theoretical and practical aspects of Sub-
stations

• Type
of Sub-station and it’s location,

• Major
components of sub-station and their functions,

• Different
Bus bar arrangements (Single and Duplicate bus bar Systems)

Ratings
and make of sub-station equipment should be included in study.

**Reference Books:**

1.
Elements of Power System Analysis, by W.D. Stevenson (Jr.), 4th Edition, McGraw

Hill
International, 1982.

2. Modern
Power System Analysis by I. J. Nagrath, D. P. Kothari, 3rd Edition, Tata

McGraw
Hill Publishing Co. Ltd., 2003.

3. Power
System Analysis and Design by J.D.Glover and M.Sarma, 3rd Edition,

Brooks/
Cole Publishing, 2002.

4.
Electric Power Systems by Weedy B M, Cory B J,John Wiley Publication, latest
edition

5. Power
System Analysis by Grainger John J and W D Stevenson Jr. McGraw Hill,

1994

6. Power
System Analysis by Hadid Sadat, McGraw Hill International, latest edition

**T.E. (Electrical Engineering) (Semester- V)**

**03. Instrumentation Techniques**

Teaching
Scheme: Examination Scheme:

Lectures:
03 Hours/Week Paper: 100 Marks

Practical:
02 Hours/Week T.W.:25 Marks

**SECTION – I**

1.
Overview of instrumentation systems: (03 Hrs)

Importance
of measurement of nonelectrical parameters, Instrumentation system

configuration,
Brief idea of static characteristics of measuring devices.

2.
Transducers: (06Hrs.)

Definition,
various types of transducers, variable parameter transducers, selection factors

and
typical applications of transducers, Transducers for measurement of pressure,

temperature,
displacement, strain, speed, velocity, acceleration, torque and vibration.

3. Signal
Conditioning: (05 Hrs.)

Chopper
stabilized amplifier, Instrumentation amplifier, isolation and programmable
gain

amplifier,
grounding and shielding, active filters, practical comparators, modulators,

demodulators,
sine and other waveform generation.

4. Data
conversion and acquisition: ( 04 Hrs.)

Principles
and working of different types of ADC and DAC (Detail study of 0808/0809

and 0800),
Data acquisition systems, Sample and hold circuit, frequency to voltage,

voltage to
frequency and current to voltage converter.

**SECTION – II**

5.
Programmable Logic Controller: (07 Hrs.)

Introduction
to PLC hardware, CPU memory, input and output units, explanation of ladder

diagram
logic with examples, Instrumentation set and types of PLC System, PLC

Communication
and networking, PLC Selection and Installation.

6.
Input-Output Devices: (07 Hrs.)

Analog
display, Oscillograph, X-Y recorders, Digital data recorders, Digital input and

output
devices, LCD, 7 segment display, Digital input and output devices.

7.
Industrial Instrumentation: (04 Hrs.)

Introduction
to Process Instrumentation, Instrumentation set up for measurement of

physical
quantities using transducers studied in topic 2 above.

Term Work:
Minimum 08 Experiments based on above syllabus including transducers, data acquisition
systems, PLC.

**Reference Books:**

1. A
course in Electrical, Electronics measurement and Instrumentation, By
A.K.Sawhney

2.
Instrumentation Devices and Systems, Rangan, Mani, Sharma.

3. Process
Control Instrumentation Technology, Johnson.

4.
Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques, Welfrick Cooper.

5.
Industrial Instrumentation and Control, S.K.Singh.

**T.E. (Electrical Engineering) (Semester- V)**

**04. Feedback Control Systems**

Teaching
Scheme: Examination Scheme:

Lectures :
4Hrs/week Theory Paper : 100 Marks

Practical:
2 Hrs./week T.W. : 25 Marks

POE : 25
Marks

**SECTION – I**

1.
Representation of Control system and transfer function: (07Hrs)

History of
Control Systems, Laplace Transform review, Transfer function of electrical,

mechanical,
thermal, hydraulic Systems, System with dead time elements, Electric circuit analogs,
Block diagram representation and reduction, types of feedback systems, Signal
flow graph, Mason’s Rule, S.F.G.

2.
Modeling in the time domain: (12 Hrs.)

State
space representation, Phase variable form, converting Transfer Function to
State Space and vice versa, time response, Poles, Zeros and System Response,
Response of first, second and general second order system, system response with
additional poles, additional zeros, Laplace transform solution of state
equations, Time domain solution of state equations, State equation like
controller Canonical, Observer Canonical, Cascade, Parallel and Diagonal form, Similarity
Transformation.

3. Control
Devices and Systems: (05 Hrs.)

DC and AC
servo motors and their transfer function, Motion control system, Hydraulic

devices
for motion control, Pneumatic devices for process control.

**SECTION – II**

4.
Stability and Steady state Error: (07 Hrs.)

Routh
criterion for stability and stability in state space, steady state error for
unity feedback systems, static error constants and system type, steady state
error specifications, steady state error for disturbances non unity feedback
systems, sensitivity, steady state error for systems in state space, Root Locus
Technique, Sketching the Root Locus.

5.
Frequency response technique: (11 Hrs.)

Bode plot,
Nyquist criterion , stability , gain margin , phase margin by Nyquist diagram
and bode plots , relation between closed loop transient and closed loop
frequency response, Relation between closed loop and open loop frequency
response, Relation between closed loop transient and open loop frequency
response , steady state error characteristics from frequency response, systems
with time delay, obtaining transfer function experimentally.

6.
Nonlinear Control System: (06 Hrs.)

Properties
of Nonlinear Systems, Common Physical Nonlinearities in Control System,

Linearization,
Phase Plane Method, Limit Cycle in Phase Plane, Describing Function

Method,
Lyapunov Theory for Stability of Nonlinear and Linear Systems.

**Term Work:**

Minimum 08
experiments based on above syllabus should be performed.

**Reference Books:**

1. Control
System Engineering, Norman S. Nise, 4th Edition,
John Wiley and Sons, 2004

2.Control
Systems Engineering, I.J. Nagrath and M. Gopal, 5th Edition,
Anshan Publishers, 2008

3.Feedback
Control Dynamic system, Franklin Powel 5th Edition
Pearson Education, 2002

4. Modern
Control system, Dorf and Bishop, 8th Edition
Adison Wesley Longman 1998

5. Modern
Control Engineering, Eastern Economy, K. Ogata, 4th Edition,
2002

6. Control
System Principles and Design, M. Gopal, Tata Mc Graw Hill 3rd
Edition, 2008.

**T.E. (Electrical Engineering) (Semester- V)**

**05. Digital Signal Processing**

Teaching
Scheme: Examination Scheme:

Lecture1 :
3 Periods/week Theory Paper : 100 Marks

Practical:
2 Hrs./week T.W. : 25 Marks

POE : 25
Marks

**SECTION – I**

1. Digital
Signals and Systems: (06 Hrs.)

DSP system
concept, properties of DSP system, types of systems, Interconnection of DSP systems,
Recursive and Non recursive system, Some elementary signals and their responses

Case
study: Realization of an Analog second-order differentiator.

2. The
Discrete Fourier Transform and Fast Fourier Transform:
(08Hrs.)

DFT,
Relation between DFT and Z-transform, Properties of DFT, Linear Convolution

Circular
Convolution-DFT, FFT Algorithms, Use of DFT as Linear Filtering, DIT

(Decimation
in time), DIF (Decimation in frequency), Implementation aspects, Fast

convolution
signal segmentation (overlap save algorithm overlap-add algorithm),

Correlation-Circular
correlation, DFT property of circular correlation, Spectrum analysis,

Case
study: electrocardiogram data compression.

3.
MultiMate DSP: (04Hrs.)

Concept of
Sampling Theorem (Nyquist Criterion), Requirement of changing sampling rate, Various
methods of sampling rate conversion (Decimation, Interpolation), Benefits of up
sampling and down sampling.

**SECTION- II**

4.
Realization of Digital Linear System: (02 Hrs.)

Filter
categories, IIR direct form structures, cascade, parallel realization, FIR
filter

realization,
Different Forms of Realization (Direct and it’s Transposed, Series, Parallel,

lattice)

5. FIR
Filter Design: (06 Hrs.)

Characteristics
of FIR filter, Properties of FIR filter, Digital network for FIR Filter,

Windowing
method, Filter design using Kaiser Window, Hanning, Hamming, Barlett,

Blackman,
Frequency sampling method, Linear FIR filters and types.

Case
Study: Low Pass, High Pass, Band Pass and Band stop Filters.

6. IIR
Filter Design: (06Hrs.)

Impulse
Invariant Technique, Bilinear transformation, Frequency band transformation,

Analog
filter approximation, (Butterworth, Chebyshev, Elliptic), (sin x)/x Digital
Correction,

Filter.
Quantization and Rounding Problems, quantization of the signal, effects of
Finite

Word
length on stability and frequency response, arithmetic errors.

Case
study: Digital Filters for FSK Modem.

7.
Practical Implementation Considerations: (04 Hrs.)

Introduction,
architecture and applications of TMS 320 DSP Controller.

**Term Work:**

Minimum 08
experiments based on above syllabus should be performed out of which

minimum
four experiments consists use of MATLAB.

**Reference Books:**

1. Digital
Signal Processing: A Student Guide, T. Terrel and Lik-Kwan Shark.

2. Digital
Signal Processing Principles, Algorithms and Applications, G, Proakis.

3.
Discrete Time Signal Processing, A. V. Oppenheim and R. W. Schafer (PHI)

4. Digital
Signal Processing, A System Design Approach., D. Defatta.

5.
Introduction to Digital Signal Processing, Johnny R. Johnson.

**T.E. (Electrical Engineering) (Semester- V)**

**6. Mini project**

Teaching
Scheme: Examination Scheme:

Practical:
2 Hours/week T.W.: 50 Marks

A Group of
not more than 03 students should
work to design, build and test a small

electrical
/electronics hardware project in
the field of analog and digital systems,

microprocessor.

**T.E. (Electrical Engineering) (Semester- V)**

**7. Introduction to PSIM/EMTP/ETAP/MiPower softwares**

Teaching
Scheme: Examination Scheme:

Practical:
2 Hours/week T.W.: 50 Marks

Introduction
of above softwares and their use for performing following experiments,

1.
Development of Single Line Diagram of Power System.

2.
Development of a simple radial feeder and load flow study.

3. Study
of starting of D C motors.

4. Study
of Starting and Speed control of Induction motor.

5. Study
of Uncontrolled half wave and full wave single phase / three phase rectifier.

**T.E. (Electrical Engineering)-Part-II (Semester- VI)**

**01. Power System Stability and Control**

Teaching
Scheme: Examination Scheme:

Lectures:
4 Hours /week Paper: 100 Marks

Practical:
2 Hours/week T.W.: 25 Marks

**SECTION- I**

1.
Symmetrical fault analysis: (04 Hrs.)

Short
circuit transients on transmission line, short circuit currents and reactance
of a

Synchronous
Machine, Internal voltages of loaded Synchronous machine under transient conditions,
Numericals expected.

2.
Symmetrical Components: (07 Hrs.)

Fundamentals
of Symmetrical Components, sequence impedances and sequence networks of
Synchronous machine, star connected loads, transmission lines and transformer.

3.
Unsymmetrical fault analysis: (06 Hrs.)

Analysis
of Single Line to Ground (LG) fault, Line-To-Line (LL) fault, Double-Line-To-

Ground
(LLG) fault, One conductor open fault, Two conductors open fault, Numericals

expected.

4. Power
System Control: (07 Hrs.)

Load frequency
control (Single and two area), modeling of Generator, Governor, prime

mover,
Load, Load frequency control and economic dispatch, Automatic generation

control,
Steady state analysis and dynamic response of an isolated power system,

Automatic
voltage control, reactive power control.

**SECTION- II**

5. Optimal
Power System Operation: (08 Hrs.)

System
constraints, Generator operating cost, Input-output and incremental fuel

characteristics
of a generating unit, optimal operation of generators on a bus bar, algorithm and
flow chart for optimal power flow study, optimal unit commitment, spinning
reserve, thermal and hydro constraints, Numericals expected.

6. Power
System stability: (12 Hrs.)

Dynamics
of Synchronous machine, Swing equation for single machine connected to

infinite
bus, Steady state stability and transient state stability, Equal area
criterion,

Numerical
solution of swing equation, factors affecting transient stability, methods for

improving
stability of system. Voltage stability analysis, mathematical formulation,

voltage
collapse, Numericals expected.

7. Power
system Security: (04 Hrs.)

Brief
Introduction to- System state classification, Security analysis, Contingency
analysis, Sensitivity actors.

**Term Work:**

The
laboratory exercise consists of (minimum 08 exercises) :

· Modeling
and Simulation of Problems based on theoretical data.

· This
simulation is to be carried out using software like MiPower, PSIM, ETAP,

EMTP,
MATLAB.

**Reference Books:**

1. Modern
Power System Analysis by I. J. Nagrath, D. P. Kothari, 3rd
Edition, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd., 2003

2. Electrical
power System by Ashfaq Husain, CBS Publishers and Distributors,

Fifth
Edition 2007

3. Power
System Analysis by Grainger John J and W D Stevenson Jr. McGraw,Hill, 1994.

4. Power
System Analysis by Hadi Sadat, McGraw Hill International, 1999.

5. Power
System Analysis and Design, Third Edition by J. Duncan Glover and

Mulukuta
S. Sarma, Prentice Hall, 2002

6. Power
System Analysis by A.R. Bergen and Vijay Vittal, 2nd edition, Pearson Education

7. Computer
Methods in Power System Analysis - M.A. Pai

**T.E. (Electrical Engineering)-Part-II (Semester- VI)**

**02. Control System Design**

Teaching
Scheme : Examination Scheme:

Lectures :
4 Hours /week Paper : 100 Marks

Practical
: 2 Hours/week T.W. : 25 Marks

P.O.E.: 25
Marks

**SECTION- I**

1.Principles
of feedback control : (04 Hrs.)

Control
objective, feedback control system characteristic, Proportional mode, integral
mode, derivative mode of control system, alternative control system
configurations.

2.Compensator
design using Root locus : (10Hrs.)

Review of
root locus concept, cascade lead compensation, cascade lag compensation,
cascade lag -lead compensation, minor loop feedback compensation, compensation
for plants with dominant complex poles,. root locus of system with dead time,
sensitivity of root locus

3.System
stability and performance in frequency domain : (10 Hrs.)

Review of
Nyquist criterion, stability margins, stability margins on Bode plots,
stability

analysis
with dead time, frequency response measurement, co-relation between time and frequency
domain specification, M circles, Nicholes charts, sensitivity in frequency
domain.

**SECTION- II**

4.
Compensator design using Bode Plot: (08 Hrs.)

Introduction,
Reshaping Bode plot, cascade lead compensation, cascade lag compensation, cascade
lag -lead compensation, Robust control system.

5.
Hardware Implementation: (08 Hrs.)

Introduction,
passive electric network, operational amplifier usage, tunable PID controllers,
Ziegler-Nichols method for controller tuning.

6. State
space Design : (08 Hrs.)

Review of
state space, controllability, observability, controller design using pole
placement, Ackermann’s formula, observer design using error dynamics, Ackermann’s
formula.

**Term Work:**

Ten laboratory
exercises consist of minimum 06 exercises using MATLAB.

**Reference Books:**

1.Control
system principles and design, M. Gopal, TMH publication, 3rd edition, 2008

2. Process
control Instrumentation Technology by – C. D. Johnson, Pearson Education Ltd, 7th
Edi., 2005

3.Automatic
Control Engineering – Raven F. H McGraw Hill, 5th Edition, 1995

4.Modern
Control Engineering Eastern Economy, K. Ogata, 4th Edition, 2002

5.
Feedback Control Systems, C. L. Phillips, R. D. Harbor PHI publication, 1988

**T.E. (Electrical Engineering)-Part-II (Semester- VI)**

**03. Power Electronics**

Teaching
Scheme : Examination Scheme:

Lectures:
3 Hours /week Paper: 100 Marks

Practical:
2 Hours/week T.W. : 25 Marks

POE: 50
Marks

**SECTION- I**

1. Power
Semiconductor Devices (06 Hrs.)

Power
Diodes – working, characteristics, types, ratings, reverse recovery
characteristics,

series-parallel
operation, applications of Power diodes. SCR-basic structure, working, static and
switching characteristics, types, ratings, reverse recovery characteristics,
Gate

characteristic,
turn on methods, series-parallel operation, protection, triggering circuits,

applications
of SCR, GTO, MOSFET, IGBT,Device structure, static characteristic, dynamic characteristic,
ratings, applications of GTO, MOSFET and IGBT; TRIAC-structure, static
characteristics, different modes of operations, applications of TRIAC

2.
Rectifiers: (03 Hrs.)

Single
phase Half wave with R, RL load, Single phase and Three phase full bridge
rectifier with R, RL and RLE load, mathematical expressions, issue of
harmonics, applications of diode rectifiers, Numericals expected.

3. Single
phase converter: (04 Hrs)

Single
phase fully controlled and half controlled converters - Continuous and
discontinuous mode of conduction, analysis with R,RL, RLE load, expressions for
average output voltage, RMS, TUF, THD, Ripple factor, Modes of operation in the
voltage-current plane, operation as an inverter, Dual converter, Simultaneous
and non-simultaneous control, Effect of source inductance, harmonics analysis,
Numericals expected.

4.Three
phase converter: (05 Hrs)

Three
phase half wave converter, R, RL, RLE load, expressions for average output
voltage, RMS, TUF, THD, Ripple factor, DC magnetization of the input
transformer, harmonics analysis Three phase fully controlled and half
controlled converters with R, RL, RLE load, expressions for average output
voltage, RMS, TUF, THD, Ripple factor, displacement factor, Inverter mode of
operation, harmonic analysis, Effect of source inductance, Three phase dual converters,
applications of controlled converters and dual converters. Numericals expected.

**SECTION- II**

5.
Cycloconverters (05Hrs.)

Single
phase to single phase cycloconverter with R and RL load, Three phase to Single
phase cycloconverter, Three phase to three phase 3 and 6 pulse converter,
circulating and non circulating mode, applications of cycloconverters.

6.
Choppers: (05Hrs.)

Classification,
Principle of working of Step-down Chopper, Step-up Chopper, Analysis,

voltage
control methods, Morgan Chopper, Jones Chopper, multiphase choppers. Numericals
expected.

7. Inverters:
(08 Hrs.)

Voltage
source inverters, Single phase and three-phase- six step (120/180 degree mode
of operation), thyristorised bridge circuits, output waveforms for R and R-L
loads, harmonic analysis, PWM techniques-Single, Multiple and Sinusoidal PWM,
applications of VSI, current Source Inverter, ASCCSI, advantages, applications
of CSI. Numericals expected.

**Term Work:**

Minimum 8
experiments to be performed from the following List.

1.
SCR/TRIC/ DIAC/ MOSFET/IGBT Characteristics.

2.
Triggering circuits/phase control.

3. Single
phase FW bridge converter feeding DC motor.

4. Three
Phase Converter (HW and FW bridge).

5. Dual
Converter.

6.
Cycloconverter feeding Resistive load.

7. Jones/
Morgan Chopper.

8. Single
phase / three phase Inverter with Resistive/Induction Motor load.

9.
Simulation of Converter / Chopper using SPICE/MATLAB.

10.
Simulation of PWM Inverter using SPICE/MATLAB.

**Reference Books:**

1. Power
Electronics Circuits, Devices, and Application, M.H. Rashid, 2nd Edition,
Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 1999.

2. Power
Electronics, P.S. Bimbhra, 3rd ,
Edition, Khanna Pub., New Delhi, 1999.

3. Power
Electronics, M.D. Singh and K.B. Khanchandani, Tata Mc-Graw-Hill,

New Delhi,
1998.

4. SPICE
for Power Electronics and Electric Power (Electrical and Computer Engineering):
Muhammad H. Rashid, Hasan M. Rashid, Second Edition Prentice Hall of India, New
Delhi.

**T.E. (Electrical Engineering)-Part-II (Semester- VI)**

**04. Microcontroller and Its Applications**

Teaching
Scheme: Examination Scheme:

Lectures:
4 Hours /Week Paper : 100 Marks

Practical:
2 Hours/Week T.W. : 25 Marks

POE:
50Marks

**SECTION I**

1. 8051
Architecture: (08 Hrs.)

8051
internal resources, pin diagram, I/O pins, ports and their internal logic circuits,
counters, serial port, interrupt structure, SFRs and their addresses, watch dog
timer, internal code memory, data memory, stack pointer, flags, bit addressable
memory. Comparative study of 8051 families by diff manufacturers (ATMEL,
DALLAS, PHILIPS, INFINION, SST).

2.
Assembly Language Programming: (08 Hrs.)

Study of
Instruction set of 8051- data move, logical, arithmetic, jump and call
instructions, Interrupt handling, timer programming, serial port communication,
use of assembler and C- 8051 cross compiler, simulator.

3.
Microcontroller based system design: (08 Hrs.)

External
memory and space decoding, reset and clock circuits, expanding I/O, memory

mapped
I/O, memory addresses decoding, system testing and troubleshooting.

**SECTION II**

4. Real
World Interfacing I: (08 Hrs.)

Interfacing
various parallel devices to 8051 like 8255 PPI, Timer counter 8253, character

LCD, 12
bit ADC such as AD574, DAC interfacing such as DAC0808, Single Key and

matrix
keyboards (4X4), seven segment LED modules.

5. Real
World Interfacing II: (08 Hrs.)

Interfacing
of various serial peripherals- 8051 data communication in 8 bit UART mode,

multiprocessor
mode, study of SPI , I2C communication protocols.

6.
Microcontroller Applications (Block Schematic and
flowchart): (08 Hrs.)

Microcontroller
based automatic power factor control relay, solid state energy meter using ASIC,
weighing balance, serial E2PROM interfacing, temperature indicator and
controller, Real time clock using DS1307.

**Term Work:**

Minimum 10
experiments based on above syllabus should be performed. 05 practical should be
based on assembly language programming (hardware and simulator) and 05
practical should be based on real world interfacing.

**Reference Books:**

1The 8051
Microcontroller Architecture, Programming and Applications, Kenneth Ayala,

2nd
Edition, Penram International

2. The
8051 Microcontroller and embedded systems, Muhammad Ali Mazidi, Pearson

Education

3. Device
datasheet- ATMEL, DALLAS, SST.

4. 8051
Manual (Intel)

**T.E. (Electrical Engineering)-Part-II (Semester- VI)**

**5. Communication Engineering**

Teaching
Scheme : Examination Scheme:

Lectures :
3 Hours /Week Paper : 100 Marks

Practical
: 2 Hours/Week T.W. : 25 Marks

**SECTION I**

1.
Introduction to Signals: (04Hrs.)

Overview
of electrical communication, Size of a signal, classification of signals,
signal

operations,
unit impulse function, signals and vectors, correlation, orthogonal signal
sets,

Fourier
series.

2.
Analysis and Transmission of Signals: (05 Hrs.)

Fourier
transform, signal transmission through a linear system, ideal and practical
filters,

signal
distortion over a communication channel, signal energy, signal power, numerical

computation
of Fourier transform.

3.
Amplitude Modulation: (05 Hrs.)

Base-band
and carrier communication, amplitude modulation -DSB, AM, AM, SSB,VSB,

carrier
acquisition , super heterodyne AM receiver, television.

4. Angle
Modulation: (04 Hrs.)

Concept of
instantaneous frequency, band-width of angle modulated waves, generation of FM
waves, demodulation of FM, Interference in angle modulated systems, FM
receiver.

**SECTION II**

5.
Sampling and Pulse Code Modulation: (04 Hrs.)

Sampling
theorem, pulse-code modulation, differential pulse code modulation, delta

modulation.

6. Digital
Data Transmission: (06 Hrs.)

Basic
digital communication system, line coding, pulse shaping, scrambler,
regenerative

repeater,
detection-error probability, M-array communication, digital carrier systems
digital multiplexing.

7. Information
theory and coding (08 Hrs.)

Cellular
telephone, spread spectrum systems, transmission media, public, switched
telephone network.Measure of information, source encoding error free
communication over a noisy channel, channel capacity of a discrete memory less
channel, practical, communication systems in light of Shanon’s equation, linear
block codes.

**Term Work:**

Minimum 08
experiments to be performed from the following List.

1. Study
of AM Transmitter

2. Study
of FM Transmitter

3. Study
of Digital Transmitter

4. Study
of AM modulation.

5 Study of
FM modulation

6 Study of
angle modulation

7 Study of
PCM modulation

8 Study of
different types Receivers

9. Two
Experiments using MATLAB.

**Reference Books:**

1. Modern
Digital and Analog Communication systems B.P. Lathi, 3rd
Edition, Oxford

University
Press 1998.

2.
Communication Electronics, L.F. Frangel, Tata McGraw Hill 2002

3. Contemporary Communication
systems using MATLAB, J.G. Proakis, Salahi