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PG program “Power Electronics and Electrical Drives (PE&ED)” is designed to reshape undergraduate students to fulfill the basic requirement of the Power Electronics industries. Graduate fromElectrical Engineering background are eligible for the enrollment. On fulfillment of all requirements, post graduate degree of M.Tech. in Electrical Engineering will be conferred with specialization in “Power Electronics and Electrical Drives (PE&ED)”.

Educational
Objectives

  • To develop knowledge in the field of Electrical Engineering
  • To develop skill to issues of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • To gain analytical skills in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • To gain research environment in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Scope of
Employment

In the present trend, it is expected that future wars in the world will be fought in economic front rather than in military front. In the global marketplace, free from trade barriers, all the nations in the world will face fierce industrial competitiveness for survival and prosperity of living standard. In such an environment, power electronics with motion control will play a dominant role in the 21st century.

According to the estimate of the Electric Power Research Institute, roughly 70% of electrical energy in the India now flows through power electronics, which will eventually grow to 100%. In the 21st century, we expect to see the tremendous impact of power electronics not only in global industrialization and general energy systems, but also in energy saving, renewable energy systems, and electric/hybrid vehicles.

The smart or intelligent grid of tomorrow will extensively use state-of-the-art power electronics, computers, and communication technologies and will permit optimum resource utilization, economical electricity to customers, higher energy efficiency, higher reliability, and improved system security. It has been estimated that the widespread efficiency improvement by power electronics and other methods with the existing technologies can save 20% of the global energy demand, and another 20% can be saved by preventing waste.

As mentioned before, renewable energy resources, such as hydro, wind, solar, bio-fuels, geothermal, wave, and tidal powers, are environmentally clean and abundant in nature and therefore are getting tremendous emphasis all over the world. all the energy needs of the world. Another study by UN IPCC reports that 50% of the total world energy can be met by renewable resources by 2050. After the recent nuclear accident in Japan, both Japan and Germany (Germany will exit from nuclear power by 2022) are planning to heavily emphasize renewable energy. The wind and solar resources, which are heavily dependent on power electronics for conversion and control.

Power electronics-based load-proportional speed control of air conditioner/heat pump can save energy by up to 20%. It has been estimated that around 20% of grid energy in the India is consumed in lighting. Currently, the emerging solid-state LED lamps consume 50% less energy than CFLs and have five times longer life.Another important role of power electronics, which is getting strong emphasis recently, is the energy saving. In addition, reduced consumption means reduced generation that indirectly mitigates the environmental pollution and climate change problems.

Student
Learning Outcomes

After completion of this program, students will be able to

  • Understand and analyze power electronics-based systems.
  • Design and analyze operation of different types of Electrical Drives fed from Power Electronic Converters.
  • Design and develop different Power Electronics based converters for Renewable Energy Systems.
  • Develop control algorithms in the field of Renewable Energy, Power Quality and Electric/Hybrid Vehicles.
  • Lead and manage projects based on Electronics and Electrical Engineering.

Eligibility
Criteria

BE/B.Tech in Electrical Engineering or equivalent qualification


Laboratories:

  • Electric Machine LAB
  • Power Electronics LAB
  • Control System LAB
  • Electrical Drives LAB
  • Electrical Research LAB
  • Electrical Measurement LAB
  • Advanced Microcontroller LAB
  • PCB Design LAB
  • Renewable Energy LAB

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Teaching Scheme

Semester I
M. Tech. Year I, Sem I Evaluation Scheme
Subject Code Subject Name Category Teaching Scheme (Hours) Credits Theory Marks Tutorial/ Practical Marks Total Marks
Theory Tutorial Practical ESE(E) IA CSE Viva (V) Term work (TW)
01PEED0101 Power Electronic Converters PCC-CE 3 0 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01PEED0102 Industrial Drives PCC-CE 3 0 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
Program Elective-I PEC-CE 3 0 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
Program Elective-II PEC-CE 3 0 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
Open Elective OEC-CE 3 0 0 3 50 30 20 0 0 100
01PEED0109 Computer Aided Modelling and Analysis of Electrical Machine LC-CE 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 25 25 50
01SL01xx Research Methodology NCC 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 25 25 50
Total 15 0 12 20 250 150 100 125 125 750
M. Tech. Year I,  Sem II Evaluation Scheme
Program Electives – Sem I
01PEED0103 Switching Power Supplies
01PEED0104 Pulse Width Modulation of Power Electronic Converter
01PEED0105 Advanced Electrical Machines
01EV0101 Fundamental of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles (To be offered by EV)
01PEED0107 Artificial Intelligence application in Electrical Engineering
01PEED0108 Digital Signal Processing
Semester II
Subject Code Subject Name ` Teaching Scheme (Hours) Credits Theory Marks Tutorial/ Practical Marks Total Marks
Theory Tutorial Practical ESE(E) IA CSE Viva (V) Term work (TW)
01PEED0201 Advanced Electrical Drives PCC-CE 3 0 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01PEED0202 Digital Control Systems PCC-CE 3 0 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
Program Elective-III PEC-CE 3 0 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
Program Elective-IV PEC-CE 3 0 2 4 50 30 20 25 25 150
01PEED0209 DSP based control of Power Electronic Systems LC-CE 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 75 25 100
01PEED0210 Minor Project PROJ-CE 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 75 25 100
Total 12 0 16 20 200 120 80 250 150 800
Program Electives – Sem II
01EV0201 EV batteries and Charging Systems (To be offered by EV)
01PEED0204 Power Electronic Energy Conversion for Sustainable Energy Systems
01PEED0205 Digital Control of Power Electronic Converters
01PEED0206 Control of Grid Connected Converters for PV and Wind Systems
01PEED0207 Power Quality Issues and Mitigation Techniques
01PEED0208 High Power Converters for AC Drives
Semester III
M. Tech. Year II, Sem III Evaluation Scheme
Subject Code Subject Name Category Teaching Scheme (Hours) Credits Theory Marks Tutorial/ Practical Marks Total Marks
Theory Tutorial Practical ESE(E) IA CSE Viva (V) Term work (TW)
01PEED0301 Capstone Project-I PROJ-CE 0 0 32 16 0 0 0 75 25 100
01SL0301 Communication Skill and Technical Writing NCC 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 25 25 50
Total 0 0 32 16 0 0 0 100 50 150
Semester IV
M. Tech. Year II,  Sem IV Evaluation Scheme
Subject Code Subject Name Category Teaching Scheme (Hours) Credits Theory Marks Tutorial/ Practical Marks Total Marks
Theory Tutorial Practical ESE(E) IA CSE Viva (V) Term work (TW)
01PEED0401 Capstone Project-II* PROJ-CE 0 0 34 17 0 0 0 75 25 100
Total 0 0 34 17 0 0 0 75 25 100
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