M.E., Power Electronics & Drives
Power electronics deals with conversion and control of electrical power. Power electronics is often defined as a hybrid technology that involves the discipline of power and electronics. Power Electronics provides the electrical circuit concepts behind the different working modes of power converters so as to enable deep understanding of their operation and to equip the required skills to derive the criteria for the design of power converters starting from basic fundamentals. The course provides the electrical circuit concepts behind the different working modes of inverters and ability to design different single phase and three phase inverters.
The faculty of electrical and electronics engineering offers a 2 year masters program in power electronics and drives. This program has an increasing exposure towards growing of industrial needs. This program includes importance of detailed study of power electronic devices and its applications for AC drives and DC drives, power system voltage stability and its control and the trends in the renewable energy systems.
To impart training with the best of teaching expertise supported by excellent laboratory infrastructure and to improve student's exposure to recent trends in the industry and to ensure that the students are molded into competent power electronic engineer and worthy citizen of the country.
Provide an accredited dynamic scholarly environment wherein students learn to develop communications and leadership abilities to blossom as a professional. Develop life-long learning skills that allow them to be adaptive and responsive to changes in society, technology and the environment, as well as career demands. Ensure that every graduate is aware of the role and responsibilities of the professional engineer in society through appropriate ethical exposure to equity, public and worker safety and health considerations, together with the concepts of sustainable development and environmental stewardship.
POWER ELECTRONICS AND DRIVES LABORATORY
To study the characteristics of switching devices and its applications in rectifier, inverter, chopper and resonant converter. This makes the student learn how to apply the electronic devices for conversion, control and conditioning of electronic power.
KEY EQUIPMENTS AND FEATURES
Micro Controller based Speed Control of VSI Fed Three-Phase Induction Motor, Micro Controller based Speed Control of Converter/Chopper Fed Dc Motor, 3 phase Autotransformer, Intelligent Power Modules, Isolation Transformer, 8051 Based MC Trainer Kit, PC Keyboard & LCD Display Card, Relay Card, PIC Microcontroller Kit, Stepper Motor Interface Board.
IGBT BASED THREE-PHASE PWM INVERTER
This is a high power application device where we can get pure sinusoidal output wave. Now a day in power generation and distribution these PWM inverters are highly preferred for power factor correction and for high efficiency.
The project area mainly deals with Buck-Boost Rectifier, AD-DC/Dc-AC Converters ad rectifiers, Resonant Converters, Z-Source Inverters, Multi level Inverter, Flyback Converters Push–Pull Quasi-Resonant Boost Power Factor Corrector Battery/Super capacitors Combination in Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) Bridgeless SEPIC Converter With a Ripple-Free Input Current and other industry oriented projects.
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