SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Basic Electrical Laboratory
This laboratory is used by the first year students to learn basic electrical course. It demonstrates experiments related to various types of wirings, circuit theorems, power measurement techniques, transformers and in allied areas. It is equipped with load bank, various ranges of voltmeters, ammeters, watt-meters and energy meter, transformers and AC and DC power supplies of different ranges.
Basic Electronics Laboratory
This laboratory cater the need of experimentation required primarily for second year students. It comprise of equipment such as power supplies, function and signal generators, CROs, DSOs, Computers along with simulation software tool such as Multisim, experiments kits and boards.
Electronics Circuits Laboratory
This lab is used for foundation courses like basic electronics engineering, linear integrated circuits, electronic measurement, network synthesis, and filter design. It is equipped with various boards such as Texas Instruments, power supplies, function generators, measuringinstruments like CROs, DSOs, LCR meter, True RMS meter, Computers, and software tools.
Electrical & Electronic Measurement Laboratory:
This lab has excellent facilities that include various hardware as well as software set ups for measurements. Major equipment and trainers includes flow measurement, torque measurement, earth tester, Schering bridge, Wheatstone bridge, Anderson bridge, Kelvins double bridge, LVDT trainer, energy meters, LCR meters.
Electrical Machines Laboratory
This lab is designed to carry out experiments on various types of electrical machines used in practical applications. It is equipped with AC and DC machine setups such as DC shunt motor, DC series motor, induction motor and synchronous motor. The students can perform various tests on these machines and measure efficiency, torque, speed and losses.
Advance Machines Laboratory:
This lab includes the electrical machines and tools which have wide range of applications, such as electric vehicles, robotics and automations, renewable energy, industrial drives, domestic appliances, etc. Major of them are brushless DC (BLDC) motors, stepper motors, switched reluctance motor, doubly fed induction generator (DFIG).
Control System Laboratory:
The lab is equipped with variety of set ups such as stepper motor controller, close loop control of AC servo motor, process control simulator, PID controller, DC position control system, etc along with software tools such as Matlab, PSIM and other open source tools.
Power System, Generation and Transmission Laboratory:
This lab has hardware and software modules such as transmission line simulators, synchronous machine, and prototypes of generating stations. These are used to demonstrate various concepts and characteristics of generation, transmission and distribution in electrical power system along with its performance analysis, load flow analysis, symmetrical/unsymmetrical fault analysis, stability analysis, etc.
Power Electronics Laboratory
This lab caters practical setup used for power electronics. Experiments are related to most of the power conversions such as The laboratory is has several boards/kits required for AC to DC, DC to DC, DC to AC and AC to AC conversion along with equipment such as Power Oscilloscopes, DSOs and True RMS meters. Actual demonstrable motor generator drives are also available.
Renewable Energy Laboratory:
Renewable energy lab facilitates practical experimentation related to renewable energy generation and integration. Major set ups are solar tracking systems, solar PV systems, wind turbine, hybrid solar and wind energy system, etc. The students can study renewable energy generation, performance analysis, effect of shading, tilt angle, effect of blade angle, axis, and other concepts.
Switchgear and Protection Laboratory:
This lab has equipment and panels of power systems in conjunction with protective gears. The students can study operation of various protective gears, their responses and characteristics under fault conditions. Some major set ups are under/over frequency relay, trainers for fuse and MCB characteristic, IDMT numerical relays, Buccholz relays, motor fault simulator, percentage biased differential relays.
Power Quality Laboratory:
The lab mainly intended to study power quality concepts, various parameters and their impact of electrical systems. The lab comprised on electrical equipment and machines. The students use power quality analyzer as well as software tools to study various power quality issues such as harmonics, voltage sag/swells, transients, flickers, etc.
The hands-on practice related to the mechatronics, automation and control is carried out in Mechatronics lab. It uses the Arduino IDE, Parallax and other open source software tools along with Smartduino boards, transducers such as LVDT, load cells, signal conditioning circuits, accelerometers, DC motors and other hardware and software tools.
Digital Electronics/ Microcontroller Laboratory
This lab is used for the practicals of subjects related to digital systems, microprocessors, microcontrollers, programming and for projects. The equipment/boards available are digital electronics trainers, function and signal generators, CROs, DSOs, logic analyzer, Boards for 8086, 8051, PIC, TMS340, TIVA and Raspberry Pi along with OpenCV.
Data Communication and Internet of Thing (IoT) Laboratory:
This lab is designed for the performing experiments and undertaking projects in related to analog, digital communications and Internet of things. This lab is fully equipped with the necessary experimental setups, equipment such as signal and arbitrary function generators, DSOs, spectrum analyzers, logic analyzers, antenna systems, multimedia devices, LoRa nodes, Wi-Fi, Zigbee, BLE modules and Computers with Matlab, HFSS, IE3D and other open source software tools. State-of-art software platforms and Integrated Development Environment are available for IoT project developments.
This lab is used to teach software programming skills and to undertake assignments on various software tools. Laboratories have computers with latest configurations, printers and are fully connected.
Operating Systems: Windows, Linux Software: C, C++, C#, Java, .NET, Python, Code Blocks, C-Sharp, Open CV, Lab View, Matlab, Scilab, R-Programming