UG Courses


1.EEL104 Principles of Electrical Engineering, 4 (3-0-2):

DC circuits, KCL, KVL, Network Theorems, mesh and nodal analysis, step response and transients. RC, RL and RLC circuits. Phasor diagram solution of AC circuits, Power in 1- and 3-phase AC circuits. Diodes: rectifiers, clipping and clamping. Two port networks. Operational Amplifiers: model and applications. Magnetic circuits. Transformers: modeling and analysis. Energy in magnetic field, production of force and EMF. Principles of measurement.

2.EEL201 Signals and Systems, 4 (3-1-0):

Classification of signals and systems, various system representation techniques, differential, difference and state-space representations, Fourier transforms and series, application to analysis of systems, Laplace transform, its properties, and its application to system analysis, Z-transforms, its properties and applications, Random variables and random process, characterization of random variables and random process, linear systems and random signals.

3.EEL202 Circuit Theory, 4 (3-1-0)

Overview of network analysis techniques, Network theorems, Transient and steady state sinusoidal response. Network graphs and their applications in network analysis. Tellengen's theorem, Two-port networks, z, y, h and transmission parameters, combination of two ports, Analysis of common two ports, Resonance, Coupled circuits, Scattering matrix and its application in network analysis. Network functions, parts of network functions, obtaining a network function from a given part. Network transmission criteria; delay and rise time, Elmore's and other definitions of cascading. Elements of network synthesis techniques. Butterworth and Chebyshev Approximation.

4.EEL203 Electro-mechanics, 4 (3-1-0):

Review oft-phase, 3-phase circuits and magnetic circuits, tranformers-1-phase and 3-phase, special multi phase transformers and their applications, Electro mechanical Energy conversion principles and rotating machines, DC machines- construction, characteristics, commutation, armature reaction, speed control of DC motors and applications in drives; Synchronous machine-construction, characteristics, regulation, V-curves, parallel operation; Induction machines- 3-phase and 1- phase- construction, characteristics, starting, braking and speed control, Induction generators and applications- Fractional kW motors, special machines- PM machines, SRM, stepper motors and their applications.

5.EEL204Analog Electronics, 4 (3-1-0):

Review of working of B)T, JFET and MOSFET and their small signal equivalent Circuit; Biasing of B)T, JFET and MOSFET circuits; Analysis and Design of various single stage amplifier configurations; Multi Stage Amplifiers; Differential Amplifier and Operational Amplifier; Feedback Amplifiers; Tuned Amplifiers; Operational Amplifier; Feedback Amplifiers; Tuned Amplifiers; Oscillators.

6.EEL205 Control Engineering, 4 (3-1-0):

Introduction to the control problem, Industrial control examples, Transfer function models of suitable mechanical, electrical, thermal and pneumatic systems. Systems with dead time, Control hardware and their models: Potentiometers, synchros, LVDT. DC and AC servo motors, techo-generators, electro-hydraulic valves, and pneumatic actuators. Closed loop control systems, Block diagram and signal flow analysis, Basic Characteristics of feedback control systems: stability, steady- state accuracy, transient accuracy, disturbance rejection, insensitivity and robustness. Basic modes of feedback control: Proportional Integral, Derivative. Concept of stability and Routh stability criterion. Time response of 2nd order system, steady state error and error constants, Performance specifications in the time domain. Root locus method of design. Lead and lag compensation. Nyquist stability criterion. Frequency response analysis: Nyquist plots, constant M circles, constant N-circles, Bode plots, Nichols Charts Performance specifications in frequency domain, Frequency-domain methods of design. Lead and lag.

7.EEL206 Digital Electronic Circuits, 4 (3-1-0):

Review of Boolean algebra, Karnaugh Map and Logic Gates; Designing combinational Circuits using gates and/or Multiplexers; Introduction to logic families: TTL, ECL, CMOS; PLAs and FPGAs; Sequential Circuits: Flip Flops, Counters and Registers; Design of Sequential Circuits: STD and applications; Pipelining and Timing issues; Memories.

 8.EEL207 Engineering Electromagnetics, 4 (3-1-0):

Review of Maxwell’s equations, wave propagations in unbounded medium. Boundary conditions, reflection and refraction of plane waves. Transmission Lines: distributed parameter circuits, traveling and standing waves, impedance matching, Smith chart, analogy with plane waves. Waveguides: parallel-plane guide, TE, TM and TEM waves, rectangular and cylindrical waveguides, resonators. Planar transmission lines: stripline, micro-stripline, application of numerical techniques. Dielectric guides and optical fibers. Radiation: retarded potentials, Hertzian dipole, short loop, antenna parameters. Radio-wave propagation: ground-wave, sky-wave, space-wave.

9.EEL208 Communication Engineering, 4 (3-1-0)

Review of Fourier series and Transforms. Hilbert Transforms, Band pass Signal and System Representation. Random Processes, Stationarity, Power Spectral Density, Gaussian Process, Noise. Amplitude Modulation, DSBSC, SSB, VSB: Signal Representation, Generation and Demodulation. Frequency Modulation: Signal Representation, Generation and Demodulation. Mixing, Super heterodyne Receiver, Phase Recovery with PLLs. Noise: in AM Receivers using Coherent Detection, in AM Receivers using Envelope Detection, in FM Receivers. Sampling, Pulse-Amplitude Modulation. Quantization, Pulse-Code Modulation. Noise Considerations in PCM, Time Division Multiplexing, Delta Modulation.

10.EEL209 Power Systems, 4 (3-1-0):

Energy resources, power generation: Thermal, hydro and nuclear power plants. Transmission lines, line parameters, corona, interference of power lines with communication circuits, line insulators. Cables, per unit system, symmetrical components, fault analysis, switching surges. Integrated operation of power systems, basic concepts of load flow, economic operation, stability, protection, HVDC transmission. Load management and tariffs.

 ---EEP203 Electro mechanics Laboratory, 1.5 (0-0-3):Experiments on transformers, DC and AC machines.

---EEP204 Analog Electronics Laboratory, 1.5 (0-0-3):Experiments based on design and testing of single stage and multistage amplifiers, power amplifiers, and oscillators on bread board.

---EEP206 Digital Electronics Laboratory, 1.5 (0-0-3):The experiments would be divided intotwo parts.The objective of the experiments for the first part would be to familiarize the students with basic digital electronic techniques.The second part would be on designing & fabricating a digital module.

ELECTIVE COURSES                                                                                             OVERVIEW

1.CSL319 Parallel and Distributed Processing

2.CSL333 Operating Systems, 5 (3-0-4)

Functions of Operating Systems, layered architecture basic concepts; interrupt architecture system calls and notion of process and threads; synchronization and protection issues; scheduling; memory management including virtual memory and paging techniques; input-output architecture and device management; file systems; distributed file systems. Case studies of Unix, Windows NT. Design and implementation of small operating systems.

3.CSL343 Computer Networks, 4.5 (3-0-3)

Suggested additional background: Signals and Systems, and Operating Systems Fundamentals of Digital Communications, including channel capacity, error rates, multiplexing, framing and synchronization. Broadcast network and multi-access protocols, including CSMA/CD. Data link protocols, network protocols including routing and congestion control, IP protocol. Transport protocol including TCP. Network application services and protocols including email, www, DNS. Network security and management.

4.CSL402 Digital Image Analysis, 4 (3-0-2)

Digital Image Fundamentals; Image Enhancement in Spatial Domain; Gray Level Transformation, Histogram Processing, Spatial Filters; image Transforms; Fourier Transform and their properties, Fast Fourier Transform, Other Transforms; Image Enhancement in Frequency Domain; Colour Image Processing; Image warping and restoration; Image Compression; Image Segmentation; edge detection, Hough transform, region based segmentation; Morphological operators; Representation and Description; Features based matching and Bayes classification; Introduction to some computer vision techniques; Imaging geometry, shape from shading, optical flow; Laboratory exercise will emphasize development and evaluation of image processing methods. 

5.EEL311 Digital Signal Processing, 4 (3-0-2)

Review of Signals and Systems, Sampling and data reconstruction processes. Z transforms. Discrete linear systems. Frequency domain design of digital filters._ Quantization effects in digital filters. Discrete Fourier transform and FFT algorithms. High speed convolution and its application to digital filtering.

6.EEL312  Digital Communication, 4 (3-0-2)

Matched Filter, Error Rate due to Noise. Inter symbol Interference, Nyquist's Criterion, Duobinary Signaling. Optimum Linear Receiver. Geometric Representation of Signals. Coherent Detection of Geometric Representation of Signals. Coherent Detection of Signals in Noise, Probability of Error. Coherent Digital Modulation Schemes: MPSK, MFSK, MQAM; Error Analysis. Non-coherent FSK, Differential PSK. Comparison of Digital Modulation Schemes, Bandwidth Efficiency. Pseudo-Noise Sequences and Spread Spectrum. Information Theory, Entropy, and Source-Coding.

7.EEL313 1nformation Theory and Coding, 3 (3-0-0)

Entropy, relative entropy, and mutual information. Asymptotic equipartition property. Entropy rates of a stochastic process, Markov chains. Data compression: Kraft inequality, Huffman codes. Channel capacity: symmetric channels, Channel coding theorem, Fano’s inequality, and feedback capacity. Differential entropy. The Gaussian channel: bandlimited channels, channels with colored Gaussian noise, Gaussian channels with feedback. Rate distortion theory: rate distortion function, strongly typical sequences, computation of channel capacity. Network information theory: Gaussian multiple user channels, the multiple access channel, encoding of correlated sources, the broadcast channel, the relay channel, source coding and rate distrotion with side information, multi terminal networks.

8.EEL314 Microwave Theory and Techniques. 3 (3-0-0)

Review of EM theory: Maxwell's equations, plane waves in dielectric and conducting media, energy and power, Transmission lines and waveguides: closed and dielectric guides, planar transmission lines and optical fibre. Network analysis: scattering matrix other parameters, signal flow graphs and network representation. Impedance matching and tuning. Analysis of planar transmission lines. Analysis of design of passive components.

9.EEL315 Antennas and Propagation, 3 (3-0-0)

Antennas: Introduction to various types of antennas. Fundamentals of electromagnetic radiation, radiation from thin wires and small loops. Different types of linear arrays. Pattern multiplication, long wire antennas, aperture antennas. Waveguides.

10.EEL316 Embedded Systems and Applications, 3 (3-0-0)

Introduction to embedded system: Single purpose hardware and software. Architectural Issues: CISC, RISC, DSP Architectures. Component Interfacing: interrupt, DMA, I/0 Bus Structure, I/0 devices. Software for Embedded Systems: Program Design and Optimization techniques, O.S for Embedded Systems, Real-time Issues. Designing Embedded Systems .Design Issues, Hardware-Software Co-design, Use of UML. Embedded Control Applications: Open Loop and Closed Loop Control, Software Coding of PID Controller, applications - washing machine, automobiles. Networked Embedded Systems: Distributed Embedded Architectures, Protocol Design issues, wireless network. Embedded Multimedia and Telecommunication Applications: Digital Camera, Digital TV, Set¬top Box, Voice and Video telephony.

11.EEL321 Control Engineering -II, 3 (3-0-0)

Introduction to digital control systems, Principles of signal conversion, sampling and reconstruction. Principle of discretization. Impulse and step invariance. Finite difference approximation. Bilinear transformation, Mathematical models discrete time signals and systems. Transfer function and system response. Stability on the z- domain. Closed loop digital control systems. System with dead time. Commonly used digital devices. Examples of industrial control systems. Transform design of digital controllers. Root locus methods and frequency domain method. State variable representation of continuous and discrete time systems. Conversions state variable models to transfer function models. Conversion of transfer functions to canonical models. Eigen values and Eigen vectors. Solution of state equations. Controllability and observability properties. Pole placement design using stae feedback. Dead beat control.

12.EEL322, Mechatronics, 3 (3-0-0)

Mechatronics: definitions and terminology, its elements such as mechanics, electronics, microelectronics, power electronics and information technology. Mechanical elements with integrated electronics suspension systems, vibration dampers, clutches, bearing mechanical or magnetic, gears etc. Machines with integrated electronics, electric drives, pneumatic and hydraulic drives, water steam or gas turbines, combustion engines, etc. Generators, pumps, compressors, machines tools, robots, printing machines, vehicles: automobiles, ships and aircraft. Precision machines with integrated electronics devices for telecommunication, consumer electronics, data processing devices, sensors, actuators, optical devices and medical devices, Power electronics converters.

13.EEL323 Measurements and Instrumentation, 3 (3-0-0)

Principles of Measurement, bridge measurements, oscilloscope, measurements of analog waveforms, Q-meter, Spectrum Analysis, Special transducers, A/D and D /A, Telemetering, Data recording and display Computer-aided Measurement systems.

14.EEL324 Physical Electronics, 3 (3-0-0)

Band model of solids, electrons and holes in semiconductors, carrier statistics, current flow in semiconductors, Junction devices, Metal-oxide-semiconductor devices, Schottky and optoelectronic devices.

15.EEL325 VLSI Technology and Design, 4 (3-0- 2)

MOS transistors. CMOS and Pseudo NMOS inverters. Pass transistors. Designing Logic gates in CMOS. CMOS sequential circuits. Timing issues, Basic CMOS technology, Layout design rules and CMOS gate layout, Circuit and Logic simulation. Layout generations-partitioning, placements and routing.

16.EEL326 Fault Diagnosis of Digital Circuit, 3 (3-0-0)

Concepts of faults and fault models; test generation, test selection, and fault dictionaries. Test generation for fault detection, fault location and fault correction. Some basic reliability-enhancing design techniques for digital circuits and systems.

17.EEL327 Soft Computing, 3 (3-0-0)

Introduction to Soft Computing: Rationale and Basics of Learning: Neural Networks: Multi-layer Feed-forward Network, Recurrent Networks, Self-organizing Networks; Fuzzy Logic: Basics, inferencing scheme, Neuro-Fuzzy systems; Evolutionary Algorithms: GA and Optimization, Evolutionary Systems, Genetic Programming; Introduction to Rough Sets, Rough-Fuzzy representations, Belief Networks; Principles of SVM; Applications.

18.EEL331 Power Electronics Devices and Circuits, 4 (3-1-0)

Basic features of semiconductor junctions, the BJT operations at high currents, switching features of the BJT and MOS transistors. The thyristor operation, distributed gates. IGBT operation, principles and ratings. Boost and buck converters using BJT and IGBT circuits- problems, design and operation. Snubber designs and protection. Firing circuits. Thyristor and BJT based converters-design, phase control, effects on power factor and harmonics, firing circuits and their designs. Inverter circuits operation. Designs using BJT's and MOS devices. Base and gate drive circuits, snubbers, operational problems. The basic concept of PWM control and advantages against phase control. AC voltage controllers, choppers and cyclo-converters.

19.EEL332 DSP based Control of Electric Drive, 3 (3-0-0)

Features of a DSP in comparison to those of ordinary processors, computational advantage handicaps regarding analog and digital interface. Communication advantages. Harmonic analysis in real time using DSP specific assembly language features for a DSP. On chip RAM and external RAM interface. PWD and firing pulse generation through typical DSP, look up tables and real time computation. Interfacing and actuation circuits for DSP based controllers. Realization of computationally intensive algorithms like variable structure adaptive and neural network scheme for drive systems.

20.EEL333 Flexible a.c transmission systems, 3 (3-0-0)

The phenomenon of voltage collapse; the basic theory of line compensation. Static excitation systems; static VAR compensators; static phase shifters; thyristor controlled series capacitors. Co-ordination of FACTS devices with HVDC links. The FACTS optimization problem Transient and dynamic stability enhancement using FACTS components. Advanced FACTS devices-the STATCON and the unified power flow controller.

21.EEL334 Power System Protection, 3 (3-0-0)

Basic Principles- CTs, PTs. Static relays. Modern circuit breakers, Protection of power transformers, alternators, transmission lines, cables, reactors and capacitors. Protection of motors, rectifiers and thyristors. HVDC protection. Relay Coordination, Numerical relaying algorithms, travelling wave relays, adaptive relaying.

22.EEL33 5 Power System Planning, 3 (3-0-0)

Load forecasting, generation system reliability, transmission system reliability and distribution system reliability. Generation system expansion planning, Transmission system expansion planning and distribution system expansion planning, Reactive power planning, Integrated power system planning.

23.EEL336 Switched-Mode Power Conversion, 3 (3-0-0)

The course coordinator will decide details.

24.EEL337 HVDCTransmission, 3 (3-0-0)

Comparison of HVAC and HVDC transmission, HVDC transmission schemes, Component description, converter: principles, characteristics, control circuits, HVDC system control, Protection, Harmonics and filters, AC-DC system interaction, AC- DC load flow.

25.EEL338 Advanced Electromechanics, 3 (3-0-0)

Review of electromagnetic field concepts, Maxwell’s equations for quasi-stationary fields. Boundary values problems in electrostatics: Laplace and Poisson's equations. Solutions in rectangular, spherical and cylindrical coordinates: method of images: field plotting. Conformal transformation techniques, numerical methods: finite difference methods, finite element based software. Magneto static fields - vector potential; Boundary value problems. Current sheet and flux sheets. Relation between field theory and circuit theory for electric machines. Advanced topics in electro mechanics, dynamic modeling of D.C., synchronous and induction machines, d-q transformations. Transient/dynamic analysis of machines using classical and numerical methods. Short circuit studies in synchronous machines. Effects of saliency, automatic voltage regulators. Unbalanced operation of Induction motors. Speed control of induction motors. Speed control of induction motors. Variable reluctance, permanent magnet and stepper motors.

26.EEL339 Power Quality, 3 (3-0-0)

Overview and definition of power quality (PQ) Sources of pollution, international power quality standards, and regulations, Power quality problems: rapid voltage fluctuations voltage unbalance, voltage dips and voltage swells, short duration outages, Power system harmonics: harmonic analysis, harmonic sources-the static converters, transformer magnetization and non-linearities, rotating within the power system, interference with communication Harmonic measurements. Harmonic elimination-harmonic filters.

27.EEL341Power System Optimization, 3 (3-0-0)

Economic load dispatch in thermal and hydro-thermal system; reactive power optimization; optimal power flow. Linear programming and non-linear programming techniques to optimal power flow problems. Security constrained optimization. Unit commitment and maintenance schedule.

28.EEL342 Distribution Automation, 3 (3-0-0)

Introduction to distribution automation, configuration of distribution system. Nature of loads and load forecasting. Layout of substations and feeders. Design considerations. Distribution system load flow. Optimum sitting and sizing of substations, optimum capacitor placement. Distribution system monitoring and control: SCADA, Remote metering and load control strategies, Optimum feeder switching for loss minimization and load control. Distribution system restoration. Distribution system protection and switchgear. Power quality issues.

29.EEL343 Modeling and Simulation of Electrical Machines, 3 (3-0-0)

Energy state functions, modeling of electromechanical systems Matrix method and use of generalized circuit theory of machines. Different methods of transformation, phase variable instantaneous symmetrical component techniques, Development of basic performance equation and analysis of different rotating machines such as D. C., synchronous and induction machines, Dynamics and transients in electric machines. Switching transients and surges, Transient and short circuit studies on alternators Run-up re-switching and other transients in induction machines relevant computer techniques for machine analysis. Modeling of special electrical machines.

30.EEL344 Special Electromechanical Systems, 3 (3-0-0)

Introduction to Special Electrical Machines and Magnetic Devices, Permanent Magnet Machines, Permanent Magnet Brushless DC Machines, Stepper Motors, Hysteresis Motors, Switched Reluctance Motors, Hybird Motors, Linear Machines, Magnetic Devices, Applications in Robotics, Industry Automation, Electric vehicles, Aerospace and Review of flip flops, shift registers, counters, introduction to digital filters- IIR and FIR. Review of optical components- LED, LD, PIN and APD. Design of LED and LD transmitters and receivers; optical isolator, OTDR measurements. Transducers and recorders in instrumentation.

31.EEL345 High Voltage and Insulation Engineering, 4.5 (3-0-3)

32.EEL411Selected Topics in Control Engineering, 3 (3-0-0)

Selected  topics in control engineering; details will be decided by the instructor.

33.EEL412 Selected Topics in Communication Engineering-), 3 (3-0-0)

Topics of current interest in communication engineering; details will be provided by the instructor.

34.EEL413 Selected Topics in Computers, 3 (3-0-0)

Topics of current interest related to computers; details will be provided by the instructor.

35.EEL414 Selected Topics in Electrical Machines, 3 (3-0-0)

Topics of current interest related to electrical machine;details will be provided by the instructor.

36.EEL415 Selected Topics in Electronics, 3 (3-0-0)

Topics of interest in areas of electronics; details will be provided by the instructor.

37.EEL416 Selected Topics in Power and Machines, 3 (3-0-0)


Topics of interest in the relevant areas.

38.EEL417 Selected Topics in Power Electronics, 3 (3-0-0)

The instructor from among current areas of power systems will decide topics.

39.EEL418 Selected Topics in Power Systems, 3 (3-0-0)

Topics of interest in power systems; will be decided by the instructor.