• On successful completion of this module students will be able to:

     

    • Demonstrate an understanding of Circuit theory for the steady-state and transient solution of direct current, single-phase ac and symmetrical and asymmetrical polyphase circuits
    • Appreciate the characteristics, properties and applications of materials applicable to electrical engineering equipment and manufacturing
    • Understand  the representation and design of power conversion and drive systems
    • Comprehend the application of the above concepts to the design, application and utilization of electrical equipment with an emphasis on a systems approach to real world problems and applications 

    Year Long Module

  • On successful completion of this module students will be able to:

    • Demonstrate power systems history and symbols used to represent various elements
    • Understand global structure of power systems 
    • Gain knowledge of power systems components and their respective ratings 
    • Describe  a network impedance diagram into per unit diagram
    • Implement power injection concept to networks with respect to the changes in voltage magnitude and phase angle
    • Design and model transmission lines (short, medium and long), cables, transformers, generators, and loads

    This module is taught in semester - 1

  • On successful completion of this module students will be able to:

    • Apply engineering principles to design and control of electrical motors drives.
    • Design principles of power conversion techniques in drive systems.
    • Design of modern control using microprocessor in drive systems
    • Develop and implement a simulation model of electrical machines
    • Describe, analyse and critically evaluate the commonly used modulation techniques employed in drives systems.
    • Evaluate the performance of electrical motors drives

    This module is taught in Semester - 2

  • On successful completion of this module students will be able to: 

    • Demonstrate an understanding of digital engineering principles through the design of microprocessor and DSP structures.
    • Model the components in digital circuits to analyse both circuit and logic behaviour 
    • Determine the performance,  speed, area and power consumption of digital systems
    • Demonstrate the ability to apply quantitative methods and computer software relevant to digital systems engineering
    • Solve engineering problems through the use of schematic entry, hierarchy, hardware description, and finite state design tools to represent a complex digital design.
    • Design and implement verification plans for simulation at the functional and timing level to verify the correct working of a digital design.
    • Demonstrate proficiency in the use of:   High speed oscilloscopes and logic analysers ,  Microcomputer development tools,  Digital CAD tools, including programmable components
    • Show familiarity in obtaining, searching and interpreting technical documentation.

    Year long module

  • On successful completion of this module students will be able to: 

    • Explain the potential and limitations of current robot technology.
    • Understand and implement  the process of designing and constructing a mobile robot.
    • Understand and implement  representation, analysis and control  of linear systems.
    • Implement navigation strategies for mobile robots.

    Year Long Module

  • On successful completion of this module students will be able to demonstrate:

    • Knowledge and understanding of the basic mathematical principles as applied to the description and analysis of analogue systems.
    • An understanding of engineering principles as applied to analogue systems and the ability to assess their performances.

    This module is taught in Semster - 2

  • On successful completion of this module students will be able to:

     

    • Understand the principles and methods used in control engineering across disciplinary boundaries.
    • Demonstrate an understanding and knowledge of the key mathematical principles needed to properly analyse control systems.
    • Apply and integrate knowledge from other engineering disciplines.
    • Classify, identify and describe the performance of systems using analytical methods and modelling tools.
    • Demonstrate the ability to apply appropriate theoretical and practical methods to the analysis and solution of control  engineering problems.

    This module is taught in Semster 1

  • On successful completion of this module students will be able to: 

    • Use mathematical concepts and language to describe problems arising in control theory and signal processing.
    • Solve such problems using transform and state-space methods.
    • Show an understanding of the strengths and limitations of such methods. 
    • Communicate mathematical ideas and concepts in written form.

    This module is taught in semster - 1

  • On successful completion of this module students will typically be able to: 

    • Show a detailed knowledge and understanding of formal project management techniques for the management of an engineering project.
    • Demonstrate subject specific skills with respect to eliciting stakeholder requirements and developing into a working brief, resolving technical problems and delivering realistic outcomes.
    • Demonstrate the ability to understand and respond appropriately to the issues associated with managing complex projects.

    This module is taught in Semester - 2