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

     

    • Identify the main issues to be examined and the problems to be solved in the execution of an engineering-discipline-related technical project.
    • Undertake management of technical projects and select appropriate knowledge sources to guide project execution and fulfil the project aims.
    • Complete technical work, undertake design and specification of critical components so as to enable experiments to be undertaken with success

    Year Long Module

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

    • An understanding of engineering principles as applied to digital systems and the ability to assess their performances.
    • The ability to use integrated development environments to describe, simulate, implement and verify the correctness of digital designs
    • Competence in using specific Electronic Design Automation tool

    This module is taught in semester 1

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

     

    • Use management techniques relevant to the decision making and project management processes within a design and development context.
    • Demonstrate the application of engineering design processes in the context of hardware/software co-design and the development of real-time systems.

    This module is taught in Semester 2

  • On successful completion of this module students will be able to show and demonstrate a detailed knowledge and understating of:

    • The limitations of telecommunication channels from an information theoretic perspective.
    • Design principles of analogue and digital telecommunications modulation techniques and noise in both digital and analogue systems.
    • Design confidently a simulation model of telecommunication system.
    • Participate confidently in testing of telecommunication systems.
    • Describe, analyse and evaluate the commonly used modulation techniques employed in telecommunication systems.
    • Examine the signal to noise characteristics of different modulation techniques.

    This module is taught in Semester 1

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

    • Show knowledge and understanding of: Key principles and results in energy conversion and Commercial and economic context of energy technologies.
    • Sustainable development context of energy technologies
    • Demonstrate subject specific skills with respect to Modelling and solving quantitative problems in energy conversion, based on knowledge of the relevant engineering principles

    This module is taught in Semester 2

  • On successful completion of this module students will be able to show and
    demonstrate a detailed knowledge and understating of:

    • The basic concept of per unit systems, fault analysis and load flow
    • The power system parameters in steady state and transient state
    • How to apply the theory of power flow to simple models of power systems for
    • simple design principles of a network

    This module is taught for Semester 1

  • On successful completion of this module students will be able

     

    1. Detailed knowledge and understanding of analysis and design techniques for both analogue and digital control systems.
    2. Demonstrate subject specific skills with respect to operation and use of suitable computer based simulation software package and design and simulation of analogue and digital control systems.

    This module taught in semester - 2

  • On successful completion of this module students will be able to show and demonstrate a detailed knowledge and understating of:

    • The operating principles of power electronic converters such as DC/DC, AC/DC, DC/AC and AC/AC.
    • Modern design of power electronics circuits 
    • Analysis and performance of power electronics circuits.
    • Modern power electronics usages in terms of FACTS (Flexible AC Transmission Systems), power conversion requirements etc.
    • Designing the simulation case study of Power Electronic systems

    This module is taught in semester - 2

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

     

    • Show a detailed knowledge and understanding of the importance of effective management and control in an operations environment, including tools and techniques used to plan and improve operational processes.
    • Show knowledge and understanding of modern operations management principles. 
    • Demonstrate subject specific skills with respect to planning, monitoring and control techniques to support the improvement of business operations 

    This module is taught in Semster 1