ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS
Course Duration: 4 Years | Semesters: 8 |
This department is one of the conventional and major branches in any engineering institution. Electrical energy is an essential gradient for the industrial and all round development of any nation.
- The department is having dedicated and qualified staff members and is available for the students at all the time.
- The department conducts regular seminars and workshops in order to put the recent developing technology under the department forum.
- The resource persons are drawn from various industries and institution of repute.
- The department laboratories are specious and equipped with hi-tech and modern sufficient equipments to carryout all the experiments mentioned in the syllabus by the university and to meet the state-of-the-art facility.
Prof. & HOD
Greetings from the EEE department,
Electrical Engineering is one of the core branches of engineering which has driven the world of technology to excellence. It has its applications in almost all branches of engineering. With rapid Industrial growth in the country, the requirement of electrical engineers has tremendously increased in power sector, industries, private and Government companies. This has resulted in opening of enormous opportunities for graduate electrical engineers.
With the objectives of transforming our students into efficient and capable technical professionals, having sound knowledge with analytical ability, creativity and professional competence, we impart necessary training to our students to excel in their respective fields. The department’s excellent infrastructure, talented faculty of the best kind ensuring quality education , along with a training and placement cell ensures a bright future to its students. Combining the advantages of sound theoretical knowledge with practical application of the same, and aided by exposure to the latest technologies moulds the students into excellent engineers The department believes in the multidimensional growth of all students. Keeping the above idea in mind the department encourages students to participate in extra and co-curricular activities, sports, cultural fest and paper presentation on technical subject’s seminars etc… Industrial visits, regular internships which assist the student in smooth transition from academic life to work life is regular feature of our department. Thus we are confident that our students will emerge as assets not only to this institution and to the organization they belong, but also to the country at large.
The department is presently running B. E. Course in Electrical Engineering and M.Tech. course in Power Electronics . These courses are approved, by AICTE and Affiliated to V.T.U,
VISION AND MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT
To create a centre for innovation and excellence in teaching, research and service in a learning environment in the high academic ambiance for imparting technical education of high standards to meet the current and future challenges of the technological developments.
- To provide highest quality teaching and learning environment with emphasis to produce competent and compassionate graduates in electrical engineering.
- To discover, disseminate and apply knowledge related to the broad aspects of electrical engineering through education and research in close interaction with industry thus produce graduates who are fully equipped to achieve highest personal and professional standards for overall development.
PEO 2: To prepare graduates capable of pursuing higher education and research.
PEO 3: To prepare graduates to engage in lifelong learning, professional development activities, and/or other career enhancing activities.
PEO 4: : To prepare graduates to develop leadership qualities, professional ethics and soft skills to be successful in their professional careers in industry or academia.
Programme outcomes (POs):
- Graduates will be in a position to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and allied engineering subjects as applicable to Electrical & Electronics Engineering.
- Graduates will have the ability to identify, formulate and design solutions in the areas of Electrical & Electronics Engineering
- Graduates will demonstrate the abilities to design and conduct experiments, analyze interpret data
- Graduates are able to address the challenges of complex Problems of Electrical & Electronics Engineering
- Graduates will have the ability to visualize and work independently or in teams
- Graduates will are able to adopt any modern engineering tool or software for analyzing and solving various problems of Electrical & Electronics Engineering.
- Graduates will have knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities
- Graduates are able to communicate effectively
- Graduates will be able to incorporate the understanding of impact of social, cultural and global aspects in their professional practice
- In the fast changing scenario of technical and business eco system, the graduates will understand the need for quality, timeliness, life-long learning and adopting themselves accordingly
- Graduates will have the knowledge of contemporary issues and able to apply effectively for project manageme
- Graduates will understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in environmental contexts and the need for sustainable development.
ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
|S.NO||Name of the Laboratory||Lab / Major Equipments||Building Name|
|1||AC MACHINES LAB AND DC MACHINES LAB||1)AC Slipring induction motor, 2)AC sqirrel cage induction motor, 3)AC single phase induction motor,||DR.RAJGOPAL BLOCK|
|2||ANALOG ELECTRONICS LAB||1) Function Generator 2) Digital Storage Oscilloscope 3) Dual power supply 4)Signal Genetors 5) Digi||MECH & ELEC BLOCK|
|3||CIRCUIT SIMULATION LAB||1)Insulation Tester .2)Earth Resistance Tester.3)De-sauty's Bridge with Accessories.4)Current transf||MECH & ELEC BLOCK|
|4||COMPUTER AIDED ELECTRICAL DRAWING LAB||AOC make 25 systems||MECH & ELEC BLOCK|
|5||CONTROL SYSTEM LAB||1)Lead-Lag Network study unit, 2)PID Controller trainer, 3)Second order systems, 4)Two Phase Ac Ser||MILLENNIUM BLOCK|
|6||HIGH VOLTAGE LAB||"Medium size H.V lab equipments consists of a) Sphere gap cum rod gap apparatus with LVDT arrangemen||MECH & ELEC BLOCK|
|7||LOGIC DESIGN LAB||1) ALS-SDA 8085 Mp kits (20No.) 2)Interfacing Kits (10).3) Digitial IC trainer kits (15No.) 4) Power||MILLENNIUM BLOCK|
|8||MICROCONTROLLER LAB||1 ) Interfacing kits (16 No.) 2) Computer sysytems (30No:25 make Acer,5 Zenith make ). 3) Flash prog||MECH & ELEC BLOCK|
|9||POWER ELECTRONICS LAB||1)Static characteristic of SCR kit, 2)Static characteristic of MOSFET kit, 3)SCR Trigger Using UJT||MECH & ELEC BLOCK|
|10||POWER SYSTEM SIMULATION LAB||1)zenith branded computer systems (30no: 25 Acer make,5 Zenith make) 2)UPS online 20kVa/240V 3)Bat||MECH & ELEC BLOCK|
|11||PE-LAB1||1)3-phase converter firing unit 2)3-phase converter power circuit 3)DC chopper firing circuit 4)DC c||MECH & ELEC BLOCK|
|12||PE-LAB2||1)DC shunt motor with mechanical loading 2)1-phase IGBT based diode clamped multilevel inverter 3)ZV||RAJGOPAL BLOCK|
|S.NO||Name of the Faculty||Designation||Contact No.||No. of research publications||Title of Paper|
|1||B S Khened||Professor and HOD||9845845644||11||1.A Review on Interfacing Circuits for Resistive Type Gas Sensors|
|2.Studies on D C conductivity and LPG sensing behavior of PANi/CeO2 composites|
|3.Impedance Spectroscopic Studies On Pani/CeO2 Composites|
|4. Impedance Spectroscopic Studies On Pani/CeO2 Composites|
|5. CO2Sensing Behavior Of Pani/Ceo2composites|
|6. Ac Conductivity Studies Of P-Toluenesulfonic Acid Doped Polyaniline-Sodium Alginate Composites|
|7. Electrical Conductivity, Dielectric Behavior And Humidity Sensing Properties Of Polyaniline-Graphite Oxide Composites|
|8. Humidity Sensing And Transport Properties Of Polyaniline/Potassium Molybdate Composites|
|9. High Sensitivity and Selectivity of LPG Gas by Three Dimensional Molecular Ordered Polyaniline/CeO2 Nanocomposites|
|10. Synthesis, Characterization and Liquid Petroleum Gas Sensing of ZnFe2O4 Nanoribbons
Doped Polyaniline Nanocomposites
|11. Studies on LPG Sensing Property of Polyaniline / BaZrO3 Composites|
|2||Sharan Reddy||Assoc Prof||9980121044||4||1. Experimental Analysis of Effects of Mechanical Parameters on Bearing Voltage in a PWM Voltage Source Inverter Fed Induction Motor Drive”,|
|2. Simulation and Analysis of Common Mode Voltage in 2-level and Multilevel Inverter fed I.M drive with long cable|
|3. Modeling and Simulation Analysis of Bearing Current in 2-level and Multilevel Inverter fed I.M.|
|4. Modeling, Simulation and Analysis of Common Mode Voltage and Bearing Voltage in a PWM Multilevel Inverter Fed Induction Motor with Long Cable|
|3||Abdul Khadar||Assoc Prof||9591421747||5||1. Research Advancements Towards in Existing Smart Metering over Smart Grid 84-92|
|2. Novel Decision-Based Modeling of Minimizing Usage Cost of Electricity in Smart Grid|
|3.Design and implementation of Zigbee based smart grid system for power management|
|4. Enhanced StatCom and Adaptive Neuro Fuzzy Logic Control at Grid Integrated FSIG Type Wind Farms under Asymmetrical Fault Condition|
|5. Control Topology For Emulating The Behavior Of Sysnchronus Machines In Voltage Source Converter|
|4||Kamal Kishore||Asst Prof||8971466595||1||Flash voltage modelling of an outdoor porcelain insulator|
|5||Md Anwar||Asst Prof||9620736024||2||1. A system bus extension & FPGA implementation of RS232 to USB converter integrate on SOC|
|2. A self starting switch mode power supply for flying capacitor voltage source inverter|
|6||Sridhar S M||Asst Prof||9739864282||2||1. Flash voltage modelling of an outdoor porcelain insulator|
|2. A system bus extension & FPGA implementation of RS232 to USB converter integrate on SOC|
|7||Sujatha D||Asst Prof||8197870070||1||1. SUMULATION BASED RESONANCE ANALYSIS AND SOFT SWITCHING DESIGN OF ISOLATED BOOST CONVERTER WITH COUPLED INVERTER FOR VEHICLE INVERTER APPLICATONS|
|8||Farzana Gegum||Asst Prof||8095029611||1||1.Simulation based transformerless HPF for improved harmonic compensation performance based on SSTL inverter|
|9||Vijay Krishna M||Asst Prof||7204357511||2||1. Photo Voltaic Systems Power Optimization under Cascaded Inverter Environment|
|2. Comparison of Various Switching Techniques for 7-Level Cascaded Multilevel Inverter: A Review|
|10||Santosh||Asst Prof||9611334743||2||Flash voltage modelling of an outdoor porcelain insulator|
|A system bus extension & FPGA implementation of RS232 to USB converter integrate on SOC|
|11||Harish||Asst Prof||9739690690||4||Simulation modelling & analysis of multimode operation for PV power system with low voltage ride through capability|
|Voltage gain enhancement of setup DC/DC converter by switched capacitor & coupled inductor technique for distributed generation|
|High voltage gain for grid tied application using interfaced buck-boost derived flyback converter approach with single switch|
|Two way three phase AC-AC UPC with LC pair approach using zero voltage soft switching technique|
|12||Shantala||Asst Prof||9741956287||1||“Implementation of multivariable self –tuning temperature controller and LIW feeder for an extruder machine”|
|SN||FIRST NAME||Exact Designation||NATURE OF ASSOCIATION||Date of Joining||PG Degree|
|1||DR. BASAVARAJ SUGAPPA KHENED||HOD & PROF.||REGULAR||6/8/2008||BE-EE, M.TECH. POWER ELECTRONICS, PH.D.|
|2||DR. RAGHAVENDRA P||ASSO. PROF.||REGULAR||17/1/2018||BE-EEE, M.TECH. POWER SYSTEMS & POWER, PHD.|
|3||MR. SHARANA REDDY||ASST., PROF.||REGULAR||2/4/2001||BE-EE, M.TECH. ENERGY SYSTEMS|
|4||MR. ABDUL KHADAR ASUNDI||ASST., PROF.||REGULAR||27/8/2010||BE-EEE, M.TECH. POWER SYSTEMS ENGG.|
|5||MR. NARASIMHULU KASA||ASST PROF.||REGULAR||19/2/2010||BE-EE, M.TECH. POWER SYSTEMS ENGG.|
|6||MS. ARATHI P B||ASST PROF.||REGULAR||8/8/2011||BE-EEE, M.TECH. DE|
|7||MR. KAMAL KISHORE YARANAGULA||ASST PROF.||REGULAR||15/1/2009||BE-EEE, M.TECH. DE|
|8||MR. ANWAR MAHAMMAD||ASST PROF.||REGULAR||1/1/2011||BE-EEE, M.TECH. - PE|
|9||MR. SHRIDHAR MUSHIGERI||ASST PROF.||REGULAR||15/1/2009||BE-IT, M.TECH. - VLSI DESIGN & EMBEDD|
|10||MRS. PARVATHI||ASST PROF.||REGULAR||1/1/2011||BE-EEE, M.TECH. - PSPE|
|11||MRS. SUJATHA D||ASST PROF.||REGULAR||3/8/2009||BE-EEE, M.TECH. - PE|
|12||MS. FARZANA BEGUM KALBUBRGI SHAIK||ASST PROF.||REGULAR||8/2/2010||BE-EEE, M.TECH. - PE|
|13||MR. HARISH KUMAR G||ASST PROF.||REGULAR||1/8/2014||BE-EEE, M.TECH IN POWER SYSTEM ENGG|
|14||MR. SANTHOSHA B.M.||ASST PROF.||REGULAR||1/8/2014||BE-EEE, M.TECH IN POWER SYSTEM ENGG|
|15||MR. VIJAYA KRISHNA MALLULA||ASST PROF.||REGULAR||1/8/2014||BE-EEE, M.TECH. P.E & D|
|16||MRS. PUSHPALATHA KUMARI M||ASST PROF.||REGULAR||1/8/2013||B.TECH EEE, M.TECH. POWER ELECTRONICS|
|17||MR. VIJAY KUMAR M.K||ASST PROF.||REGULAR||19/7/2016||B.TECH EEE, M.TECH. - PE|
|18||MRS. SARALA P||ASST PROF.||REGULAR||30/1/2015||BE-EEE, M.TECH. VLSI DESIGN & EMBEDDED|
|19||MR. SANDEEP Y M||ASST PROF.||REGULAR||7/8/2017||BE-EEE, M.TECH, POWER SYSTEM ENGIONEER|
|20||MS. SHANTHALA H||ASST PROF.||REGULAR||1/2/2016||BE-EEE, M.TECH - CAID|
|21||MR. CHANDAN K.R.||ASST PROF.||REGULAR||18/7/2016||BE-EEE, M.TECH, POWER SYSTEM ENGG|
|22||MS. RAJYALAKSHMI P||ASST PROF.||REGULAR||7/8/2017||B.TECH EEE, M.TECH, PE|
|23||MR. GANGADHARA M||ASST PROF.||REGULAR||1/8/2018||BE-EEE, M.TECH-PE|
|24||MS. SHASHIREKHA M||ASST PROF.||REGULAR||1/8/2018||BE-EEE, M.TECH-PE|
|25||MS. NANDINI S PATIL||ASST PROF.||REGULAR||1/8/2018||BE-EEE, M.TECH-PS|
|26||MS. PRIYANKA H T||ASST PROF.||REGULAR||1/9/2018||BE-EEE, M.TECH-PE|
|S.NO||Name of the Staff||Qualification||Designation||Department|
|1||Mr. Raghavendra R M||BE||Instructor||EEE|
|3||Mr. Ananda K||Dip||Instructor||EEE|
|4||Mr. Basavaraja G H||Dip||Instructor||EEE|
|5||Mr. Vishwanath K||Dip||Instructor||EEE|
|6||Mr. Manjunatha D||ITI||Instructor||EEE|
|7||Mr. Maheboob Sab||ITI||Instructor||EEE|
|8||Mr. Sreekantha A||ITI||Instructor||EEE|
|9||Mr. A Eranna||ITI||Helper||EEE|
|11||Mr. Venkatesh S||ITI||Helper||EEE|
|12||Mr. Nandeesh O||ITI||Helper||EEE|
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