COS-EEE

EEE

Course Name: – English

Course Code: –EE101

EE101.1 Recall and reproduce the theme in a given context
EE101.2 Interpret the contextual meaning of words
EE101.3 Appraising renowned personalities by reading their biographies and identify their special contribution
EE101.4 Examine the given content and comprehend the writers opinion
EE101.5 Express the students view in the given context with justification
EE101.6 Develop coherent, cohesive technical report

Course Name: – Mathematics -1

Course Code: – EE102

EE102.1 Test the convergence of a series by applying the D’Alemberts & Rabbe’s test.
EE102.2 Interpret the applicability of mean value theorems
EE102.3 Evaluate multiple integrals, measure the area and volume of given regions.
EE102.4 Solve problems related to Differential equations and relate its applications to engineering subjects.
EE102.5 Apply Laplace Transforms to find solutions of Ordinary Differential equations.
EE102.6 Demonstrate an understanding of Vector differentiation , Vector integration and their applications.

Course Name: –Mathematics – II 

Course Code: – EE103

EE103.1 Determine the Rank, Echelon form, Eigen value and Eigen vector of a matrix.
EE103.2 Solve the linear system of equations and diagnolise the given matrix by using Eigen values and vectors.
EE103.3 Solve the Algebraic and Transcendental equations to find roots, solve ordinary differential equations .
EE103.4 construct the curve between two variables and calculate the derivative and integral of y at any given x.
EE103.5 construct the Fourier series for a given periodic function.
EE103.6 Build the Partial differential equations and solves by using different methods.

Course Name: – Applied Physics 

Course Code: – EE104

EE104.1 Classify the various types of bonding in solids, List their properties and bond strengths.
EE104.2 Classify different types of crystals and analyze the structures of solids by X-Ray diffraction.
EE104.3 compare the properties of different types of particles, their behavior and solve their wave functions.
EE104.4 Distinguish different types of Semiconductor devices and examine their properties.
EE104.5 Choose the Dielectric and Magnetic materials based on their properties and Evaluate the strength of dipoles.
EE104.6 Apply the Principles of light in construction of optical fiber cables, Categorize Nano materials by fabrication methods and Elaborate architectural acoustics.

Course Name: –  Chemistry

Course Code: – EE105

EE105.1 Explain different types of conductance, electrode, electrode potential, corrosion and  determine EMF of a cell using Nernst equation.
EE105.2 Identify the materials & methods that prevent  corrosion in a particular environment.
EE105.3 compare and contrast the chemical behavior & physical properties of Polymers
EE105.4 Identify different types of boiler troubles; choose appropriate method for softening and cleaning of water
EE105.5 Explain different sources of energy and determine Calorific value of fuel
EE105.6 Elaborate the different phases in the formation of alloys, distinguish between adsorption, absorption.

Course Name: – Engineering Graphics

Course Code: – EE106

EE106.1 construct engineering curves of conics sections, cycloid curves, involutes and scales.
EE106.2 construct  projections of points, straight lines & planes inclined to one or both the
EE106.3 construct Projections of solids and sectional solids inclined to one or both the projection planes.
EE106.4 construct intersections of solids or penetrations of solids.
EE106.5 convert orthographic projections to isometric and vice versa.
EE106.6 Develop surfaces for cones, cylinders, prisms and pyramid projections.
EE106.7 Draw perspective projections of planes and solids.

Course Name: – Programming for Problem Solving

Course Code: –EE107

EE107.1 Demonstrate computer system and program development process
EE107.2 Design algorithms and develop programs using control structures
EE107.3 Design and develop programs using functions and arrays
EE107.4 Develop programs for managing memory using pointers and for processing strings
EE107.5 Organize heterogeneous data and large amount of data in files
EE107.6 Develop programs to implement different linear data structures

Course Name: – Programming for Problem Solving Lab

Course Code: – EE107

EE108.1 Design algorithm, flowchart and pseudopodia
EE108.2 Develop c programs using control structures
EE108.3 Develop c programs using functions and arrays
EE108.4 Develop c programs for managing  memory and  processing strings
EE108.5 Develop c programs to organize heterogeneous data and to process files
EE108.6 Develop c programs to implement linear data Structures

Course Name: – Applied Physics Lab

Course Code: – EE107

EE109.1 Analyze the various properties of light and Determine the related parameters of light.
EE109.2 Discuss working of electronic components and built the circuits by selecting the appropriate components.
EE109.3 Select modern instruments to elucidate concentration of unknown solutions.
EE109.4 Explain chemical equation and to Determine the equivalence point in Acid-Base titration.
EE109.5 conclude the results based on Interpretation of data and graph.

Course Name: –English Language and communication SkillsLab

Course Code: – EE107

EE110.1 Adopt active listening skills(Exercise:1,3,5)
EE110.2 Acquire  standard pronunciation(Exercise: 4)
EE110.3 Develop effective Reading Skills (Exercise : 5)
EE110.4 communicate language confidently ensuring fluency, accuracy and  intelligibility.
EE110.5 compose concise, clear and coherent write ups (Exercise: 3)

Course Name: –Network Theory

Course Code: – EE201

EE201.1 Solve and analyze balanced and unbalanced three phase circuits.
EE201.2  Design lowpass, highpass, bandstop and bandpass filters from given specifications.
EE201.3  Understand and analyze different sets of Two-port parameters.
EE201.4 Determine and apply the Fourier series expansion to periodic signals
EE201.5 Analyze first and second order AC and DC circuits for steady-state and transient response in the time domain and frequency domain.

Course Name: –Network Theory

Course Code: – EE202

EE202.1 Solve and analyze balanced and unbalanced three phase circuits.
EE202.2  Design lowpass, highpass, bandstop and bandpass filters from given specifications.
EE202.3  Understand and analyze different sets of Two-port parameters.
EE202.4 Determine and apply the Fourier series expansion to periodic signals
EE202.5 Analyze first and second order AC and DC circuits for steady-state and transient response in the time domain and frequency domain.

Course Name: –Network Theory

Course Code: – EE203

EE203.1 Solve and analyze balanced and unbalanced three phase circuits.
EE203.2  Design lowpass, highpass, bandstop and bandpass filters from given specifications.
EE203.3  Understand and analyze different sets of Two-port parameters.
EE203.4 Determine and apply the Fourier series expansion to periodic signals
EE203.5 Analyze first and second order AC and DC circuits for steady-state and transient response in the time domain and frequency domain.

Course Name: –Network Theory

Course Code: – EE204

EE204.1 Solve and analyze balanced and unbalanced three phase circuits.
EE204.2  Design lowpass, highpass, bandstop and bandpass filters from given specifications.
EE204.3  Understand and analyze different sets of Two-port parameters.
EE204.4 Determine and apply the Fourier series expansion to periodic signals
EE204.5 Analyze first and second order AC and DC circuits for steady-state and transient response in the time domain and frequency domain.

Course Name: –Electromagnetic Fields

Course Code: – EE205

EE205.1  Apply mathematical techniques to formulate the fundamental field equations and to analyze electromagnetic phenomena related to electrical engineering systems.
EE205.2  Apply electromagnetic theory to the design of practical electromagnetic devices and components.
EE205.3  Design and analyze electrodynamics systems.
EE205.4  Have hands-on experience in electromagnetic measurements.
EE205.5 co5:Appreciate the engineering applications of electromagnetic theory

Course Name: –Electrical Machines – I

Course Code: – EE206

EE206.1  Know constructional details and  principle of operation of DC generators
EE206.2  Distinguish the similarities and differences between the basic types and characteristics of DC motors.
EE206.3  Test and obtain the performance of DC machines.
EE206.4  constructional details of Single phase transformers.
EE206.5 co5: predetermination of efficiency and regulation of Single phase transformers & Polyphase transformers.

Course Name: –Electrical Machines Lab – I

Course Code: – EE207

EE207.1  Identify the significance of nameplate data for an electrical machine.
EE207.2  Evaluate, from experimental data, the operating characteristics of  DC Machines.
EE207.3 Differentiates characteristics among types of DC motors and generators.
EE207.4  Estimate the various Losses in DC Machines.
EE207.5 co5: conduct suitable test to determine the efficiency of DC Machines.

Course Name: –Networks Lab

Course Code: – EE208

EE208.1 Know the safety rules of handling electrical equipment
EE208.2  Perform experimental verification of Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits and the principle of superposition.
EE208.3  Measure the sine wave parameters, such as peak value, rms value, frequency, period and phase angle and dc offset.
EE208.4  Calculate power factor, real power and reactive power for circuits driven with sinusoidal sources, and experimentally verify the results.

Course Name: –Power Systems – I

Course Code: – EE209

EE209.1  Learn about the conventional sources of energy (thermal, nuclear and gas generating stations).
EE209.2  Learn about the hydro power plant & different Hydraulic Turbines.
EE209.3  Know different distribution systems (radial and ring main).
EE209.4  Draw the layout of substation and represent the main equipments.
EE209.5 Economic Aspects of Power Generation ,compare various Tariff Methods.

Course Name: –Electrical Machines – II

Course Code: – EE210

EE210.1 analyse the characteristics of induction motors
EE210.2  Analyse and describe aspects of the construction, principle of operation of Synchronous machines.
EE210.3   Analyse the operation of Synchronous machines under steady state and transient conditions in stand alone Mode or in grid connected mode.
EE210.4 ompare the starting methods of single phase induction motors.
EE210.5 Analyze first and second order AC and DC circuits for steady-state and transient response in the time domain and frequency domain.

Course Name: – Switching Theory & Logic Design

Course code: – EE211

EE211.1  To understand common forms of number representation in digital electronic circuits and to be able to convert between different representations.
EE211.2   To implement simple logical operations using combinational logic circuits
EE211.3  To design combinational logic circuits, sequential logic circuits.
EE211.4  To impart to student the concepts of sequential circuits, enabling them to analyze sequential systems in terms of state machines.

Course Name: – Business Economics and Financial Analysis

Course Code: – EE212

EE212.1  To understand the various Forms of Business and the impact of economic variables on the Business.
EE212.2   The Demand, Supply Analysis.
EE212.3  Production, cost,Market Structure, Pricing aspects are learnt.
EE212.4  The study of financial Accounting.

Course Name: – control Systems

Course Code: – EE213

EE213.1  Represent the mathematical model of a system.
EE213.2  Demonstrate the ability to reduce block diagrams of multiple subsystems.
EE213.3  Determine the transient response of second-order systems and understand the concepts of under damped, over damped, and critically-damped circuits
EE213.4  Analyse the stability and the transient and steady state response of feedback control systems.

Course Name: – Electrical Machines Lab – II

Course Code: – EE214

EE214.1  Evaluate, from experimental data, the operating characteristics of induction motors.
EE214.2  Estimate the various Losses in AC Machines.
EE214.3  Determine the voltage regulation of Synchronous machines by using appropriate methods.
EE214.4  Discuss horsepower, torque, speed, efficiency and power factor characteristics of three-phase Synchronous and Asynchronous machines.

Course Name: – control Systems Lab

Course Code: – EE215

EE215.1  Determine the transient response of second-order systems and understand the concepts of under damped, over damped, and critically-damped circuits
EE215.2  Analyse the stability and the transient and steady state response of feedback control systems by using MATLAB/Simulation.
EE215.3  Design feedback control systems using classical  Time domain, frequency domain and state space techniques.
EE215.4  Determine the effect of P, PD and PID controller.

Course Name: –Electronic Circuits Lab

Course Code: – EE216

EE216.1  To design and simulate various BJT and FET Voltage and Power amplifiers.
EE216.2  To design and simulate various BJT Feedback amplifiers.
EE216.3  To design and simulate various BJT Oscillators.
EE216.4  To design and simulate linear and non linear wave shaping circuits

Course Name: – Power Systems – II

Course Code: – EE301

EE301.1  Explain the basic theory of transmission lines modeling and their performance analysis.
EE301.2  Describe the classification of transmission lines and give an overview of difference between short medium and long transmission lines.
EE301.3  Gives emphasis on mechanical design of transmission lines.
EE301.4  Analyze the performance of transmission line system under transient conditions.

Course Name: –  control Systems

Course Code: – EE302

EE302.1  Represent the mathematical model of a system.
EE302.2  Demonstrate the ability to reduce block diagrams of multiple subsystems.
EE302.3  Determine the transient response of second-order systems and understand the concepts of underdamped, overdamped, and critically-damped circuits
EE302.4  Analyse the stability and the transient and steady state response of feedback control systems.

Course Name: –Electrical Machines – III

Course Code: – EE303

EE303.1  Understand the operation and characteristics of power semiconductor devices.
EE303.2   Apply the triggering and commutation techniques to the thyristors.
EE303.3  Analyze and design ac to dc controlled and uncontrolled converters.
EE303.4  Analyze and design dc to dc converters (choppers).

Course Name: – Electrical Machines Lab – II

Course Code: – EE304

EE304.1  Analyse and describe aspects of the construction, principle of operation of Synchronous machines.
EE304.2  Determine the performance characteristics of Synchronous machines.
EE304.3  Describe the performance of salient pole synchronous machines using d-q theory.
EE304.4   Analyse the operation of Synchronous machines

Course Name: – Electrical and Electronics Instrumentation

Course Code: – EE305

EE305.1 Describe the main functional blocks that compose a measurement system
EE305.2  Employ the main instruments used to measure voltage, current and their associated quantities such as power, energy and frequency.
EE305.3  Estimate deviations in measurements due to the influence of the instrument on the measurement object and due to the accuracy of the instrument.
EE305.4  Calibrate, test and design the various electrical measuring instruments.

Course Name: – STATIC Drives

Course Code: – EE306

EE306.1  Describe the structure of Electric Drive systems and their role in various applications making Electric Drives an enabling technology.
EE306.2  Design and Analyze different control techniques of DC Drive.
EE306.3  Design and Analyze different control techniques of AC Drive
EE306.4  Select suitable Special Electrical Drive and apply  Appropriate control method for the application.

Course Name: –Computer Methods in Power Systems

Course Code: – EE307

EE307.1  Model the power system components for steady state analysis.
EE307.2  Perform power flow and short circuit analysis.
EE307.3 Write a basic power flow computer program
EE307.4  Model the networks in terms of symmetrical component sequence networks.

Course Name: –  Power Electronics and Simulation Lab

Course Code: – EE308

EE308.1  Understand single and three phase thyristors controlled rectifier circuits, and draw their output waveforms.
EE308.2  Explain the operation of single and three phase inverter circuits, and draw their output waveforms.
EE308.3  Perform calculations on ideal DC chopper circuits.
EE308.4  Design converter circuits for various applications.

Course Name: –  Control Systems lab

Course Code: – EE309

EE309.1  Represent the mathematical model of a system.
EE309.2  Demonstrate the ability to reduce block diagrams of multiple subsystems.
EE309.3  Determine the transient response of second-order systems and understand the concepts of under damped, over damped, and critically-damped circuits
EE309.4  Analyse the stability and the transient and steady state response of feedback control systems.

Course Name: – Switchgear and Protection

Course Code: – EE401

EE401.1   Describe the working mechanism of circuit breakers and their selection for each of protection scheme design.
EE401.2  Design different protection schemes including over current
EE401.3  Understand power system protection coordination.
EE401.4  Learn about over-voltages due to lightening and switching surges.

Course Name: –  Utilization of Electrical Energy

Course Code: – EE402

EE402.1  Design major utilization loads, choose suitable drive with regard to efficiency and safety.
EE402.2  Describe different heating methods for a particular application.
EE402.3  Apply modern trends in electric welding processes.
EE402.4  Understand illumination concepts for efficient and economic lightning in industries, streets and offices.

Course Name: –Power System Operation and control

Course Code: – EE403

EE403.1  Illustrate the economic operation of power systems meeting all the conditions.
EE403.2 Find the optimum unit commitment for a power system
EE403.3  Understand how to coordinate with Regional Load Dispatch Centers for achieving maximum economy and efficiency in the operation of Grid.
EE403.4 Define automatic generation control scheme on a power system and analyze generation control on a power system using simulation tools

Course Name: – High Voltage Engineering

Course Code: – EE404

EE404.1  Develop and apply the principles theory of high voltage generation and measurements.
EE404.2  Describe the fundamentals of breakdown and partial discharge in insulating solid and gas at high voltages.
EE404.3  compute electrostatic fields for all type electrode systems.
EE404.4  Understand origins of overvoltage and protection against them.

Course Name: – Electrical Distribution Systems

Course Code: – EE405

EE405.1  Upgrade the manual distribution system  to an automation system.
EE405.2  Design electrical distribution systems with various feeders.
EE405.3  Identify the optimal location of the substation and service area of the substation.
EE405.4  Apply the various methods to analyze the distribution system.

Course Name: – Electrical Measurements Lab

Course Code: – EE406

EE406.1  Estimate deviations in measurements due to the influence of the instrument on the measurement object and due to the accuracy of the instrument.
EE406.2  Calibrate, test and design the various electrical measuring instruments.
EE406.3  Determine the three phase power by different techniques.
EE406.4  Obtain unknown parameters (R, L, and C) from the known parameters by using corresponding bridges.

Course Name: –Industry Oriented Mini Project

Course Code: – EE407

EE407.1  Develop higher order cognitive skills – critical analysis, synthesis, evaluation.
EE407.2  Aware of advanced technologies.
EE407.3 Apply of theoretical knowledge to practical situations
EE407.4  Improve Problem solving skills, Time management skills and Decision making skills.

Course Name: –  Seminar

Course Code: – EE408

EE408.1  Learn and integrate.  Through independent learning and collaborative study, attain, use and develop knowledge.
EE408.2  Identify, understand and discuss current, real-world issues.
EE408.3  Distinguish and integrate differing forms of knowledge and academic disciplinary approaches with that of the student’s own academic and apply a multidisciplinary strategy to address current, real-world issues.
EE408.4  Improve oral and written communication skills.
Course Name: – Fundamentals of HVDC and FACTS Devices
Course Code: – EE409
EE409.1  Understand the operation of HVDC system, the behavior of converters under different conditions.
EE409.2  Examine the technical aspects and application of multi terminal HVDC.
EE409.3 Analyze the impact of HVDC Transmission components on power system stability
EE409.4  Know Fault analysis and protection in HVDC transmission system.
Course Name: –  Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic
Course Code: – EE410
EE410.1  Learn the basics concepts of Neural Networks and essentials of Artificial Neural Networks.
EE410.2  Cater the knowledge of Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic control and use these for controlling real time systems.
EE410.3  Design the fuzzy logic controller using genetic algorithm.
Course Name: –Advanced control Systems
Course Code: – EE411
EE411.1  Design and fine tune PID controllers and understand the roles of P, I and D in feedback control
EE411.2  Perform State feedback controller and observer design
EE411.3  Formulate optimal control problem
EE411.4  Have hands-on experience in designing state Feedback control through Pole placement.
Course Name: – Seminar
Course Code: – EE412
EE412.1  Learn and integrate.  Through independent learning and collaborative study, attain, use and develop knowledge.
EE412.2  Identify, understand and discuss current, real-world issues.
EE412.3  Distinguish and integrate differing forms of knowledge and academic disciplinary approaches with that of the student’s own academic and apply a multidisciplinary strategy to address current, real-world issues.
EE412.4  Improve oral and written communication skills.
Course Name: –Major Project
Course Code: – EE413
EE413.1  Develop higher order cognitive skills – critical analysis, synthesis, evaluation.
EE413.2  Aware of advanced technologies.
EE413.3 Apply of theoretical knowledge to practical situations
EE413.4  Improve Problem solving skills, Time management skills and Decision making skills.
Course Name: –  Comprehensive Viva
Course Code: – EE414
EE414.1  Learn and integrate.  Through independent learning and collaborative study, attain, use and develop knowledge.
EE414.2  Identify, understand and discuss current, real-world issues.
EE414.3  Distinguish and integrate differing forms of knowledge and academic disciplinary approaches with that of the student’s own academic and apply a multidisciplinary strategy to address current, real-world issues.
EE414.4  Explore an appreciation of the self in relation to its larger diverse social and academic contexts.