Microprocessor and Microcontroller Interfacing Laboratory
Electrical Machines Lab
The electrical machines laboratory is the one of the important laboratory of Electrical Engineering Department. the laboratory is equipped with various ac and dc electrical machines and transformers. this laboratory caters the need of UG and PG students to enable them to easily understand the basics and adapt to advanced experiments.
SQ. cage induction motor coupled with alternator with panel
DC shunt motor coupled with salient pole alternator capacity
DC shunt motor coupled with shunt generator capacity
DC shunt motor coupled with alternator-3 phase
DC motor with pony brake arrangement capacity
Salient pole type alternator
Power System Operation and Control Lab
Power system Operation and control is a very crucial part of a power system. The main objective of power system operation and control is to maintain continuous supply of power with an acceptable quality, to all the consumers in the system. To understand the day to day operation of the power system and the control actions to be implemented on the system to meet the minute-to-minute variation of system load demand various practicals are designed. Practicals covers all power system operation and control concepts with and without constraints like load flow analysis for IEEE bus system, Economic load dispatch with reserve capacity, Load frequency control with tie line control and flat frequency control, Contingency analysis with line outage and generator outage etc. to understand the variation of power system parameters under normal and abnormal conditions. Mi-Power and MATLAB software is used for simulation of these experiments.
The lab aims at imparting practical knowledge of Power Electronics to the students at various levels i.e. B.Tech and M.Tech. It is accordingly well equipped with equipment and trainer kits to teach practical from fundamentals to high level concepts to the students, learn the characteristics of different types of power electronic devices, understand and analyze the operation of controlled rectifiers, choppers & inverters.
MOSFET/IGBT/SCR/DIAC/TRIAC Characteristic kit
SCR Triggering Trainer
Single Phase cycloconverter
Electrical Drives and Control
This lab helps students learn speed control of various ac/dc motors using power electronic drives. The students become proficient in the use of industry-standard tools such as MATLAB/SIMULINK for electric drives.The laboratory for Electrical Drives deals with fundamental and current questions concerning the design and operation of electrical machines and their control.
V/F control of Induction motor using IPM PEC16DSMO1 module
Power System Lab
The Power System Laboratory is part of the energy transmission in the field of Electrical Engineering. The scientific field of the Power Systems Laboratory comprises analysis and design of electric and integrated energy systems including their planning, design and operation. The Power System Laboratory is giving courses in power systems analysis, design and control in the undergraduate program of electrical engineering. A main goal of laboratory is to develop methods of design, control and analysis based on system theory tools like control theory, optimisation, operations research, that can be used by engineers in the industry to solve actual problems.
Power System Transmission line Simulator
Digital Storage Oscillocope
The software like MATLAB and MiPower are available to perform power system studies, coordination analysis, design power system equipment and develop control algorithms.
Switchgear & Protection
Switchgear protection plays a vital role in modern power system network, right from generation through transmission to distribution end. Switchgear protection is very important in any modern power system network. Switchgear helps run the electrical appliances in a streamlined manner and protects the equipment from overload Short-Circuit damage. Switchgear and Protection lab is used to make students familiar with the working of various switchgear equipment used for power system protection and performance of these equipments.
Microprocessor Based Combined Over Current & Earth Fault Relay
Microcontroller Reverse Power Relay
Feeder Protection using Relay REM-615
Control Theory Laboratory
Control Theory Laboratory takes care of teaching at the graduate level in basics of control and instrumentation.
Following topics are covered in the Laboratory session using hardware and software tools:
Derived transfer function of any system, mathematical modeling, simulation, modern control system design by transforming transfer function to state space, Transient and steady state analysis, stability in time domain and frequency domain, etc.
MATLAB2010 and MATLAB2016 Software
Open Loop Control System Adtron kit
Closed Loop Contol System Adtron kit
Standard Test Signal generator kit
TYPE-0,1,2 Steady State analysis Adtron kit
Analog and Digtal Logic Laboratory
The objective of the laboratory is learning. The experiments are designed to illustrate and develop analog and digital logic circuit. Conduct the experiments with interest and an attitude of learning.Experiment setups are link the theoretical concepts of different analog and digital electronics circuits with practical feasibility by giving to the students a scope to learn analog circuits and digital circuits in a better way. This laboratory is useful for beginners to understand the basic fundamentals of analog and digital circuits.
Multisim NI Software for design and simulation of Analog and Digital Circuits
Digital Storage Oscilloscope
NE555, μa741 Analog and Digital Logic IC
Microprocessor and Microcontroller Interfacing Laboratory
The Microprocessor and Microcontroller Laboratory helps the students to understand the basic operation of Microprocessors and Microcontrollers along with fundamental programming skills in assembly language and Embedded C programming. This Laboratory creates the foundation for designing, analyzing and implementing engineering and programming applications.
Learn the microcontroller interfacing with peripheral devices like Switches, LEDs, 7-segment display, 4x4-Keyboard Matrix, 16x2 LCD display, serial programming, ADC/DAC, etc. Students will able to simulate, debug compile and load the hex file of the program using software and hardware setup.
Keil μ-vision-5 Software as editor, debugger, assembler and Compiler