Course Outcome-EE

Course Outcome

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (B.E.)

COURSE / SUBJECT

COURSE OUTCOMES (CO’s)

THIRD SEMESTER

At the end of course students will be able to –

3EE01 /3 EP01 /3EX01
Engineering Mathematics – III

·        Demonstrate the knowledge of differential equations and partial differential equations, applied to electrical engineering systems.
 Apply Laplace transform to solve differential equations.
 Demonstrate the use of Fourier Transform to connect the time domain and frequency domain.
 Apply Z Transform to solve of various Linear Difference equations with constant coefficients.  
 Apply the knowledge of vector calculus to solve physical problems.
 Demonstrate the basic concepts of probability and statistics.

3EE02/3 EP02/3EX02 Electrical Circuit Analysis

·        Analyze electric and magnetic circuits using basic circuital laws
 Analyze the circuit using Network simplification theorems.
 Solve circuit problems using concepts of electric network topology.
 Evaluate transient response of different circuits using Laplace transform
 Evaluate two-port network parameters and network functions

3EE03/3 EP03/3EX03 Electrical Machine – I

·        Explain the construction and working of DC Machines.
 Illustrate the different Characteristics, types, their applications and parallel Operation of D.C. Generators.
 Demonstrate the various characteristics, starting, speed control and braking operation on DC motors
 Analyze the performance of DC machines by conducting the various tests on it.
 Determine the parameters of equivalent circuits, performance parameters of single phase transformer and merits & demerits of autotransformer
 Explain the construction, working, different connections, applications and testing of three phase transformer

3EE04/3 EP04 – Energy Resources And Generation

·        Explain the operation of Thermal, Hydro, Nuclear and Diesel power plants.
 Summarize solar energy conversion, solar radiation measuring instruments, wind energy conversion and their applications.
 Outline the principle and operation of fuel cells, ocean & tidal energy conversion, and other nonconventional energy resources.
  Determine the various factorsand curves related to electrical load & generating plant.

3EE05/3 EP05electronic Devices And Circuits

·        Demonstrate the knowledge of semiconductor physics and PN Junction Diode
 Analyze the rectifier and regulator circuits.
 Analyze the operational parameters of BJT
 Analyze various multistage amplifier circuits
 Demonstrate the knowledge of JFET, MOSFET, UJT and their operational parameters

FOURTH SEMESTER

·        At the end of course students will be able to –

4EE01/4EP01/4EX01 Electromagnetic Fields

·        Demonstrate the basic mathematical concepts related to electromagnetic vector fields.

·        Apply the principles of electrostatics to the solutions of problems relating to electric field and electric potential, boundary conditions and electric energy density.

·        Apply the principles of magneto statics to the solutions of problems relating to magnetic field.

·        Apply Maxwell’s equation in different forms (differential and integral) to diverse engineering problems.

4EE02/4EP02/4EX02 Electrical Measurements & Instrumentation

·        Classify the various measuring instruments like PMMC, MI, Electrodynamometer, and Induction type instruments for measurement of current, voltage, power, and energy.

·        Demonstrate the construction & working of Instrument Transformers and special purpose meters.

·        Analyze various methods for measurement of resistance, inductance, and capacitance using AC/DC bridges.

·        Explain the working of various Digital measuring instruments.

·        Explain the generalized Instrumentation system & working of different transducers.

4EP03 Control Systems

·        Demonstrate the fundamental concepts of automatic Control and mathematical modeling of the Systems.

·        Determine the transfer function of control system components.

·        Analyze the time response of various systems and performance of controllers.

·        Evaluate the stability of linear systems using various methods.

4EE04/ 4EP05 /4EX04 Analog And Digital Circuits

·        Explain the principles of operational amplifiers, parameters of op-amp

·        Illustrate the linear and nonlinear applications of op-amp

·        Demonstrate the knowledge of Voltage regulator and Timer ICs

·        Describe the working of Logic familiesandtheir applications.

·        Demonstrate the knowledge of combinational and sequential circuits and its application

FIFTH SEMESTER

·        At the end of course students will be able to –

5EE01 Control Systems

·        Demonstrate the fundamental concepts of automatic Control and mathematical modeling of the Systems.

·        Determine the transfer function of control system components.

·        Analyze the time response of various systems and performance of controllers.

·        Evaluate the stability of linear systems using various methods.

5EE02 Microprocessor & Microcontroller

·        ◘ Recite Fundamentals and Architecture of Microprocessor 8085, Microcontroller 8051
 Interpret Assembly Language Programming of Microprocessor 8085, Microcontroller 8051
 Illustrate interfacing with Microprocessor 8085, Microcontroller 8051
◘ Develop applications of Microprocessor 8085, Microcontroller 8051.

5EE03 Electrical Machines –II

·        Describe the construction, working operation & performance characteristics of the three phase Induction Motor
 Analyze the starting, braking and speed control of three phase induction motors by various methods.
 Describe the construction, working operation & performance characteristics of single –phase Induction Motor
 Demonstrate the construction, working operation & performance characteristics of synchronous machine.
 Explain the construction & working of special motors like Universal, Reluctance, PMSM& BLDC Motor.

5EE04 Professional Elective-I : Power System Operation And Control

·        To impart knowledge to describe, calculate and analyze energy generation, unit commitment problem in thermal power plant, power system behavior and economics of generating costs.
 To understand and analyze optimal dispatch with transmission losses, penalty factor and automatic load dispatch.
 To learn the concept of real and reactive power flow and its control in power system.
 To learn the automatic voltage regulator and automatic load frequency control.
 To learn tie line interchange between interconnected utilities.
 To illustrate various ways of interchange of power between interconnected utilities.
 To impart knowledge about various advanced controllers such as FACTs controllers with itsevolution, principle of operation, circuit diagram and applications

5EE04 Professional Elective – I Electrical Engineering Material

·        Understand importance of electrical engineering materials
 Understand how electric conduction takes place in conductors
 Understand importance of semiconductors and magnetic materials in electrical engineering.
 Understand importance of dielectric materials in electrical engineering.
 Identify the need of special materials in electrical engineering

5EE04 Professional Elective – I Electronic Communication Theory

·        Explain various types of signal & elements of communication system.

·        Analyze the signal using Fourier Transform

·        Apply Amplitude modulation & Frequency modulation on the communication signal

·        Compare Pulse communication & Digital communication

·        Describe microwave communication system

5EE05 Open Elective – I

Power Plant Engineering

·        ◘ Describe different Sources of Energy Generation.

·        ◘ Explain the Working and layout of steam power plant & hydro power plant.

·        ◘ Discuss the working principle and basic component of Nuclear, Diesel & gas power plant

·        ◘ Illustrate various terms related to power plant economics & tariff.

5EE05 Open Elective – Electrical Drives

·        Explain the basic Concept of electrical drives

·        Describe Power Electronics devices & their Industrial Applications

·        Demonstrate various starting, braking and speed control methods of DC Motor Drivs

·        Demonstrate various starting, braking and speed control methods of three phase Induction Motor.

·        Describe the construction, working principle and applications of single phase Induction Motor & special motors

SIXTH SEMESTER

·        At the end of course students will be able to –

6EE01 Power Electronics

·        Explain the concepts and techniques used in power electronics

·        Apply the knowledge of series and parallel connection of SCRs in power control applications

·        Analyze various power converter circuits

·        Analyze the single phase and three phase Inverter circuits

·        Explain the operation of DC/DC converter circuits

·        Demonstrate the applications of power electronic circuits.

6EE02 Power Systems -II

·        Understand Power Factor improvement, Capacitor bank installation in distribution system, metering system in Industries and Residential area.

·        Understand Positive Sequence, Negative & zero sequence system and fault analysis.

·        Create computational models for analysis of both symmetrical and unsymmetrical conditions in power systems,

·        Analyse the system performance where there is an unbalanced fault, and also calculate the corresponding fault current.

·        Examine the need of various analysis like fault analysis, short circuit analysis stability analysis, steady state and transient analysis

6EE03 Computer Aided Electrical Machine Design

·        Explain the Basics of Computer aided machine design & material selection.

·        Derive the design parameters of single & three phase transformer core.

·        Calculate the winding& cooling system parameters of the transformer

·        Develop the armature winding diagram for three phase Induction Motor

·        Determine the stator core dimensions of three phase Induction motor

·        Design the squirrel cage & wound type rotor for three phase Induction motor

6EE04 Professional Elective – II Advanced Control Systems

·        Design compensator using time domain and frequency domain specifications

·        Represent system using state space model

·        Analyze controllability and observability for systems.

·        Design state feedback controller.  Analyze digital systems using Z Transform

·        Develop the describing function for the nonlinearity to assess the stability of the system.

·        Analyzethe Nonlinear system using Phase plane Analysis

6EE04 Professional Elective – II:

Digital Communication Systems

·        To study basic building blocks of digital communication system.

·        To learn information theory and theoretical bounds on the data rates of digital communication.

·        To understand and analyze communication channel.

·        To study and analyze different digital modulation techniques.

·        To study baseband transmission of the signal.

·        To understand importance of channel encoding and decoding in digital communication.

·        To study multiple access schemes and spread spectrum communication.

6EE04 Professional Elective – II Industrial Electrical Systems

·        Understand the electrical wiring systems for residential, commercial and industrial consumers.

·        representing the systems with standard symbols and drawings, SLD.

·        Understand various components of industrial electrical systems.

·        Analyze and select the proper size of various electrical system components

6EE05 OPEN ELECTIVE – II

Energy Audit And Management

·        Discuss energy scenario and it’s management.

·        Conduct the energy audit of different systems.

·        Determine the economics of energy conservation

·        Discussvarious energy Conservation methods & their case studies

·        Explain fundamentals of Harmonics.

6EE05 Open Elective – II

Electrical Estimating & Costing

·        Understand methods of installation and estimation of service connection

·        Decide type of wiring, its estimation and costing for residential building

·        Carry out electrification of commercial complex, factory unit installations

·        Design & estimate for feeders & distributors

·        Understand contract, tendering and work execution process.

SEVENTH SEMESTER

·        At the end of course students will be able to –

7EP01 Power System-II

·        Explain the basic Concept of Fault Analysis in Electrical systems.

·        Analyze the different types of symmetrical and Unsymmetrical Faults in Electric Power System.

·        Explain the concept of Power System Stability and synchronous machine parameter determination.

·        Analyze the steady state stability of system.

·        Assess transient state stability of two machine system.

7EP02 Digital Signal Processing

·        Analyze the discrete time signals in time domain.

·        Analyze the discrete time systems using DTFT and DFT.

·        Apply the concept of Band pass sampling.

·        Design the structures of different types of digital filters.

·        Analyze the frequency response of various digital filters.

·        Apply the knowledge of multi-rate signal processing.

7EP03 Entrepreneurship And Project Management

·        Understand the concept of entrepreneurship and its role in economic development.

·        Compare the various business model and select the most suitable.

·        Identify & formulate the project report and Source of finance for a project.

·        Estimate the cost, time & resources for the project work

7EP04 Professional Elective III

(i) Wind And Solar Systems

·        Understand the energy scenario and the consequent growth of the power generation from renewable energy sources.  Understand the basic physics of wind and solar power generation.

·        Understand the power electronic interfaces for wind and solar generation.

·        Understand the issues related to the grid-integration of solar and wind energy systems.

7EP04 Professional Elective – III

(ii) Electrical Estimating &Costing

·        Understand methods of installation and estimation of service connection.

·        Decide type of wiring, its estimation and costing for residential building.

·        Carry out electrification of commercial complex, factory unit installations.

·        Design & estimate for feeders & distributors.

·        Understand contract, tendering and work execution process.

7EP04 Professional Elective – III (III) Power System Operation And Control

·        Summarize the knowledge of preliminaries on power system operation and control.

·        Determine the optimal scheduling of generation for a two-plant system with and without losses for the economic operation of the power system.

·        Develop the mathematical model of the Automatic Load-Frequency Control (ALFC) loop and the Automatic Voltage Regulator (AVR) loop.

·        Build the block diagram of two area system.

·        Explain the role of the power system stabilizer in damping the steady-state oscillations set up in the power system

7EP05 Professional Elective – IV (i)Artificial Intelligence

·        To understand and communicate fundamentals of Artificial Neural Networks and Systems.

·        To understand and present various learning methods and architectures of neural network.

·        To understand and describe fuzzy logic and genetic algorithm fundamentals and be able to solve problems.

·        To apply AI techniques to solve electrical engineering problems along with inter disciplinary problems.

7EP05 Professional Elective – IV

(iii) Distribution Automation

·        Summarize distribution system planning and automation.

·        Select appropriate communication technology for SCADA applied to distribution automation.

·        Demonstrate the knowledge of substation automation.

·        Improve the voltage profile of distribution feeder using distribution automation.

·        Explain the concept of remote metering.

·        Choose the appropriate type of energy management.

EIGHTH SEMESTER

·        At the end of course students will be able to –

8EP01 Power System Protection

·        Explain the need, desirable features & main components of protection system.

·        Design the various protection scheme for transmission line

·        Develop the protection scheme for Alternator, Transformer, Motors&Busbar

·        Demonstrate the knowledge of static relays & Numerical relays

·        Select the proper type & rating of circuit breaker and fuses for various application

8EP02 Computer Methods In Power System Analysis

·        Develop mathematical model to represent the power system components for computerized analysis.

·        Demonstrate the topology of electrical power system.

·        Formulate Zbus&Ybus by algorithm.

·        Analyze short circuit studies of electrical power system.

·        Analyze load flow studies of electrical power system.

·        Examine stability studies of electrical power system.

8EP03 Professional Elective-V

(i) High Voltage Engineering

·        Explain the breakdown mechanism in solid, liquid, and gaseous dielectrics.

·        Select an appropriate protective device to protect the power system against overvoltage’s caused by internal and external causes.

·        Utilize different circuits used for the generation of high AC, DC, and impulse voltages.

·        Measure high AC, DC, and impulse voltages.  Test the insulation of various high voltage apparatus used in the power system.

8EP03 : Professional Elective- V

(ii) HVDC and FACTS

·        Discuss different components of HVDC transmission system.

·        Explain the operation and control of HVDC converters.

·        Identify the suitable reactive power compensation technique and filter for HVDC system.

·        Choose proper FACTS controller for the specific application based on system requirements.

·        Analyze the circuits of static shunt and static series compensators used for the prevention of voltage instability and improvement of transient stability and power damping oscillations.

·        Demonstrate the knowledge of Unified power flow controller (UPFC)

8EP03 Professional Elective- V

(iii) Smart Grid System

·        Explain the features, necessity and architecture of Smart Grid.

·        Relate the role of Automation in Transmission and Distribution.

·        Decide different measuring methods and sensors used in Smart Grid.

·        Interpret the role of batteries and energy storages in Smart Grid.

·        Discuss Power Quality issues in Smart Grid.

·        Elaborate the role of communication and networking in Smart Grid

8EP04 Professional Elective – VI

(i) Power Quality

·        Illustrate the concept, need, and standards of Power Quality.

·        Classify Power quality characteristics.

·        Select power conditioning device for mitigation of power quality problem.

·        Make use of measurement tools for power quality survey

8EP04 Professional Elective – VI

(ii) Electrical Energy Conservation And Auditing

·        Summarize Indian and global energy scenario.

·        Explain types of energy Audit and its procedure.

·        Discuss economics of energy conservation

·        Elaborate the concepts of energy conservation and management.

·        Choose Appropriate energy efficient techniques for energy conservation

·        Apply the understanding of energy conservation and management for industrial applications

8EP04 Professional Elective – VI

(iii) Electric And Hybrid Vehicles

·        Understand the models to describe hybrid vehicles and their performance.

·        Understand the different possible ways of energy storage.

·        Understand the different strategies related to energy storage systems.