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ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS

Course Duration: 4 Years | Semesters: 8 |

Electrical energy is an essential gradient for the industrial and all-round development of any nation.
Electrical engineering is a discipline concerned with the study, design, and application of equipment, devices, and systems related to electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism.
Electrical Engineering degree teaches excellent problem-solving skills and logical thinking. The courses are structured in ways that encourage analytical thinking and ensure students are technically proficient.
This department is one of the conventional and major branches of any engineering institution.

  • The department is having qualified and dedicated staff members available for the students at all the time.
  • The department conducts regular seminars and workshops on the recent technologies under the department forum.
  • The resource persons are invited from the various reputed industries and institutions.
  • The department laboratories are spacious and facilitated with modern equipment to carry out all the experiments as per the university curriculum.
  • Additional design-based experiments are conducted to enhance the technical skills of the students.

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Prof. B.S.Khened

Prof. & HOD

Greetings from the EEE department,

Greetings from the EEE department,
Electrical and Electronics 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 for electrical engineers has tremendously increased in the power sector, industries, private and Government companies. This has resulted in the 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 for its students. Combining the advantages of sound theoretical knowledge with the practical application of the same, and aided by exposure to the latest technologies molds 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 presentations on technical subject’s seminars, etc… Industrial visits, regular internships which assist the student in a smooth transition from academic life to work-life is a 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 to they belong, but also to the country at large.
The department is presently running B. E. Course in Electrical and Electronics Engineering approved, by AICTE and Affiliated to V.T.U, The department has V.T.U. recognized research center.

VISION AND MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT

Vision:

To create a centre of excellence in teaching, learning and research that meets technological challenges.


Mission:

  • To provide quality teaching and learning environment to produce competent graduates.
  • To impart knowledge relevant to industry and research.
  • To develop the students with professional, leadership qualities and lifelong learning skills.
Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs):
PEO 1: To prepare graduates to excel in professional career by acquiring the broad knowledge of electrical engineering.
PEO 2: To develop graduates to engage in lifelong learning, professional development and career enhancing activities.
PEO 3: To prepare graduates with leadership qualities, ethics and skills necessary to be successful in their career.

Programme outcomes (POs):

PO1 Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering

problems

PO2 Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO3 Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with

appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO4 Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and

research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions

PO5 Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex

engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO6 The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to

assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

PO7 Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the

knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

PO8 Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO9 Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multi-disciplinary settings.
PO10 Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give

and receive clear instructions.

PO11 Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member

and leader in a team, to manage project sand in multi-disciplinary environments.

PO12 Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to

engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

  Program Specific Outcomes
PSO1 Analyze, design and solve problems in the field of electrical and electronics engineering by applying knowledge acquired from core subjects allied subjects.
PSO2 Develop products or software using technological developments to cater the needs of society and the industry.

 

ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

S.NO Name of the Laboratory Lab / Major Equipments Building Name
1 AC MACHINES LAB AND DC MACHINES LAB AC slipping induction motor,

AC squirt gauge induction motor,

AC 1phase induction motor-01

Auto synchronous motor(5hp),

DC shunt motor(5hp),

DC shunt motor with brake drum(3hp/220v),

DC shunt motor (3ho/220v),

DC compound motor,

DC shunt motor with generator,

DC shunt motor with series generator, DC shunt motor with compound generator,

Transformer 1 kva,

Transformer 2 kva,

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2 COMPUTER AIDED ELECTRICAL DRAWING LAB High-end processor personal computers , Printer-EPSON-01

Projector

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3 CONTROL SYSTEM LAB Second order system,

Lead-lag network,

PID controller,

2-phase AC servo motor,

DC servo Motor,

Synchronous Tx-Rx  pair ,

Second order system frequency response, computers zenith

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4 DSP LAB High-end processor personal computers ,

Projector

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5 ELECTRONICS CIRCUITS LAB CROs, Function Generators (Signal generator), Regulated Power supplies, Multimeters, IC trainer kits,  IC digital Tester, linear IC trainer kits,  linear IC Tester, Power scopes, Mp 8085 trainer kits, Transformers (6-0-6) and(9-0-9), Digital storage oscilloscope D R REDDY NEW ELE BLOCK
6 HIGH VOLTAGE LAB Medium size high voltage lab equipments-1 Set, Over current electromechanical relay kit with power supply, Under voltage electro mechanical relay test kit , Negative sequence solid state relay test kit ,

Under voltage/over voltage numerical relay test kit, Over current numerical relay test kit, Motor protection simulation  study unit

 ADJECENT TO D R REDDY NEW ELE BLOCK
7 LINEAR INTEGRATEG CIRCUIT LAB CROs, Function Generator (Signal generator), Regulated Power supply, Multimeters, IC trainer kits,  IC digital Tester, linear IC trainer kits,  linear IC Tester, Power supply, Power scope, Digital storage oscilloscope D R REDDY NEW ELE BLOCK
8 MICROCONTROLLER LAB Stepper motor IC chord old,

Logic controller,

Dual DAC interface,

DAC interfacing kit old,

DAC interfacing kit new,

8-bit ADC,

Keyboard display,

LCD keyboard interface,

MUX display,

Traffic light interface,

Elevator old,

Elevator new,

8255 study chord,

8237 study chord,

ALS-SDA 89c61*2,MSP-430kit,

High-end processor personal computers , Projector

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9 POWER ELECTRONICS LAB IGBT based chopper,

DC shunt motors with mechanical loading arrangements,

1ph IGBT based diode damped multilevel inverter,

Bulk boost converter,

Static characters of SCR,

Static characters of MOSFET/IGBT,

UJT relaxation oscillator,

Digital firing circuit,

Full wave converter,

AC regulator using TRIAC/DIAC,

Speed control of Stepper motor,

Speed control of universal motor, Chopper circuit using IGBT, IGBT based single phase full bridge inverter

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10 POWER SYSTEM SIMULATION LAB High-end processor personal computers , Printer-EPSON-01

Projector

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11 BASIC ELECTRICAL LAB Measurement of resistance and inductance of a choke coil kit, Determination of phase and line quantities in three phase star and delta connected loads kit., Measurement of 3-Ø power using two wattmeter method kit.

Two-way and three-way control of lamp kit. Measurement of power and power factor of different lamps kit. 3-Ø, 5A, 440V resistive loads.

 

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Name of the Author/s Title of paper Name of Journal/Conference Year of publication
Dr. B S Khened Optimal placement and sizing of multiple DG in a radial distributed system using LSF method JETIR(Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research) 2019-20
Synthesis, characterization and liquid petroleum gas sensing of ZnFe2O4 nanoribbons doped polyaniline nanocomposites  Sensor Letters 2016-17
High Sensitivity and Selectivity of LPG Gas by Three Dimensional Molecular Ordered
Polyaniline/CeO2 Nanocomposites
Sensor Letters 2016-17
Studies on LPG sensing property of polyaniline/BaZrO3 composites Materials today proceedings 2015-16
Design of a Low Cost Instrumentation System for Oxygen Sensing Using Polyaniline/Cerium Oxide Composites IOSR Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (IOSR-JEEE) 2014-15
CO2Sensing Behavior Of Pani/Ceo2composites International Journal Of Ethics In Engineering & Management Education 2013-14
Impedance Spectroscopic Studies On Pani/Ceo2 Composites International Journal Of Electrical Engineering & Technology 2012-13
Humidity sensing and transport properties of polyaniline/potassium molybdate composites International Journal of Electrical      Engineering &Technology 2012-13
AC conductivity studies of PTSA doped polyanaline sodium alginate composites Cellulose chemistry and technology 2014-15
Electrical Conductivity, Dielectric Behavior And Humidity Sensing

Properties Of Polyaniline-Graphite Oxide Composites

International Journal Of Electrical And

Electronics Engineering

2012-13
A Review on Interfacing Circuits for Resistive Type Gas Sensors  International Journal of Electronic Engineering Research 2011-12
Dr. Sharana Reddy Simulation and Experimental Analysis of Common Mode Voltage and Bearing Voltage in Multiple Motors Fed by Single PWM Inverter for Long Cable Applications IJRTE 2018-19
Modeling, Simulation and Analysis of Bearing Voltage and Bearing Current in PWM Multilevel Inverter Fed Induction Motor with Different HP Ratings IJIREEICE 2016-17
Experimental Analysis of Effects of Mechanical Parameters on Bearing Voltage in a PWM Voltage Source Inverter Fed Induction Motor Drive ICCCES-2016 2016-17
An Evaluation of Bearing Current Mitigation Techniques in PWM Adjustable Speed Drives Applications 4thIEEE International conference on computing for sustainable global development 11th INDIA Com 2017 at New Delhi 2016-17
Modeling, Simulation and Analysis of Common Mode Voltage and Bearing Voltage in a PWM Multilevel Inverter Fed Induction Motor with Long Cable 2nd IEEE-International Conference on Recent Trends in Electronics, Information and Communication Technology 2016-17
Simulation and Analysis of Common Mode Voltage, Bearing Voltage and Bearing Current in Two-Level and Three-Level PWM Inverter Fed Induction Motor Drive with Long Cable ICPACE 2015 2015-16
Experimental Implementation of Conducting Grease Technique to Reduce Bearing Voltage in a PWM Inverter Fed Induction Motor Drive ICRTEST2016 2015-16
Acid Doped Polyaniline-Sodium Ac Conductivity Studies Of P-Toluenesulfonic Alginate Composites Cellulose Chemistry And Technology 2014-15
Dr. Raghavendra P Coordinated Volt/Var Control
with Online Voltage-Profile
Estimation in Smart Distribution Networks
IEEE Industry
Applications Magazine
2017-18
Online voltage estimation and
control for smart distribution
networks
Journal of Modern
Power Systems and
Clean Energy (MPCE)
2015-16
Online Volt/Var Control
in Smart Grids with
Multiple DG Systems
7th IEEE Power India
International Conference
2016-17
Voltage estimation in smart
distribution networks with
multiple DG systems
INDICON 2015 2015-16
online voltage estimation and control
of voltage profile in smart
distribution network
AECT 2016 2015-16
Dr. Abdul Khadar A A smart grid based cost reduction of electricity consumption by optimal technique with integrated consumer automated energy management system IJRAT(international Journal of Research in Advent Technology) 2019
An efficient cryptography key management for secure communications in smart metering IJITEE(International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering ) 2019
Real time smart grid load management by integrated and secures communication: simulation an experimental validation IJRASET(international Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology) 2019
A modified seven level cascaded H bridge inverter ITEE( Information Technology and Electrical Engineering) 2020
Technique For Decoupling of Dynamic Power For Three Phase System Under Unequal Grid Voltage International Journal of Information Technology and Electrical  Engineering 2020
Real Time Smart Grid Load Management by Integrated and Secured Communication Simulation and Experimental Validation IJRASET 2018-19
An Efficient Cryptography Key Management For Secure Communications In Smart Metering IJITEE, Blue eyes intelligence engineering and sciences publication 2018-19
A Smart Grid-Based Cost Reduction of Electricity Consumption By optimal Technique
With Integrated Consumer Automated Energy Management System
IJRAT 2018-19
Electric Transfer Car IJSART 2018-19
Enhanced StatCom and Adaptive Neuro Fuzzy Logic Control at Grid Integrated FSIG Type Wind Farms under Asymmetrical Fault Condition International Journal And Magazine Of Engineering, Technology, Management and Research (IJMETMR) 2016-17
Research advancement towards in existing smart metering over smart grid Springer Cham, CSOC

AI trends in inelegance systems

2016-17
Novel decision based modeling of minimizing usage cost of electricity in smart grid IJACSA Web Of Science, Scopus In Spec Semantic Scholar 2016-17
Control topology for emulating the behavior of synchronous machines in voltage source converters International Journal of Engineering Development and Research (IJEDR) 2017-18
Design and Implementation of ZigBee Based Smart
Grid System for Power Management
IEEE 2017-18
Implementation and Design of Cascaded H-Bridge Multilevel Inverter Based DSTATCOM Using Level Shifted Technique IJSETR 2015-16
P-Q Theory Based Modified Control Algorithm For Load compensating Using DSTATCOM IJSETR 2015-16
Mrs.Arathi P B Optimal placement and sizing of multiple DG in a radial distributed system using LSF method JETIR(Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research) February 2020
Mitigation of voltage sag using DVR with PI controller IRJET 2017-18
Mr. Kamal Kishore Y Comparison of Various Switching Techniques for 7-Level Cascaded Multilevel Inverter: A Review Emerging Technologies In Electrical & Electronics Engineering 2015-2016
Flashover voltage modeling of an outdoor porcelain insulators AJBAS 2015-16
Mr. Mahammad Anwar A system bus extension and FPGA implementation of RS232 to USB converter Integrate on SOC IJAREEIE 2016-17
A Self Starting Switch Mode Power Supply For Flying Capacitor Voltage Source Inverter Indian Journal of Scientific Research 2014-15
Mr. Shridhar.S.M A system bus extension and FPGA implementation of RS232 to USB converter Integrate on SOC IJAREEIE 2016-17
Flashover voltage modeling of an outdoor porcelain insulators AJBAS 2015-16
Mr. Santhosha.B.M A system bus extension and FPGA implementation of RS232 to USB converter Integrate on SOC IJAREEIE 2016-17
Flashover voltage modeling of an outdoor porcelain insulators AJBAS 2015-16
Mr. Vijay Krishna M Photo voltaic systems power optimization under cascaded inverter environment IJSER 2016-17
Comparison of Various Switching Techniques for 7-Level Cascaded Multilevel Inverter: A Review Emerging Technologies In Electrical & Electronics Engineering 2015-2016
THD optimization of sequential switching technique based hybrid IPD modulation scheme for CMIL ICSEMR 2014-2015
Mr. Harish Kumar G Two Way Three Phase AC-AC UPC with LC Pair Approach Using Zero Voltage Soft Switching Technique International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Technology Research 2016-17
High Voltage Gain for Grid-Tied Applications using Interfaced Buck-Boost-Derived Flyback Converter Approach with Single Switch International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Technology Research 2016-17
Mr. M K Vijay Kumar Coordinated V-f and P-Q Control of Solar Photovoltaic Generators with MPPT and Battery Storage in Microgrids JETIR 2018-19
Mrs. Shantala H

 

Implementation of Multivariable Self Tuning Temperature Controller and LIW Feeder for an Extruder Machine IRJET 2015-16
Mitigation of voltage sag using DVR with PI controller IRJET 2017-18
Mr. Chandan .K.R A single phase grid connected photovoltaic inverter supported with a three switch three port fly back with series power decoupling circuit IJR(International journal of research) July 2020
Ms. Nandini . S. Patil Optimal placement and sizing of multiple DG in a radial distributed system using LSF method JETIR(Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research) February 2020

 

Sno. Name of the Staff Designation
1 Dr. Khened B.S Professor & HOD
2 Dr. Sharan Reddy Professor & Asst. HOD
3 Dr. Raghavendra P Associate Professor
4 Dr. Abdul Khadar A Associate Professor
5 Mrs. Arathi P.B Assistant Professor
6 Mr. Narasimhulu.K Assistant Professor
7 Mr. Y.Kamal Kishore Assistant Professor
8 Mr. Mahammad Anwar Assistant Professor
9 Mr. Shridhar S.M Assistant Professor
10 Mrs. Parvathi Assistant Professor
11 Mrs. Sujatha H Assistant Professor
12 Mrs. Farzana Begum.K Assistant Professor
13 Mr. Vijaya Krishna M Assistant Professor
14 Mr. Harish Kumar G Assistant Professor
15 Mr. Santosha B.M Assistant Professor
16 Mr. Vijay Kumar M.K Assistant Professor
17 Mr. Shashidhara.B Assistant Professor
18 Mrs. Sarala P Assistant Professor
19 Ms. Shantala H Assistant Professor
20 Mr. Chandan K.R Assistant Professor
21 Ms. Pooja G Solanki Assistant Professor
22 Mrs. Naga Pratyusha B Assistant Professor
23 Mrs. Pushpa Latha Kumari Assistant Professor
24 Ms. Rajyalakshmi P Assistant Professor
25 Mr. Gangadhar M Assistant Professor
26 Ms. Shashirekha M Assistant Professor
27 Ms. Nandini S Patil Assistant Professor
28 Ms. Priyanka H.T Assistant Professor
29 Mr. Raghavendra R M Assistant Professor
30 Mrs. Asma Kawser S Assistant Professor
Sno. Name of the Staff Designation
1 Mr. Basavaraja G H Instructor
2 Mr. Ananda K Instructor
3 Mr. Vishwanath K Instructor
4 Mr. Manjunatha D Instructor
5 Mr. Maheboob Sab Instructor
6 Mr. Sreekantha A Instructor
7 Mr. Zakir Hussain S Instructor
8 Mr. A Eranna Helper
9 Mr. Devendrappa Helper
10 Mr. Venkatesh S Helper
11 Mr. Nandeesh O Helper
12 Mr. Venugopal Helper
13 Mr. V.Vishwanath Helper
14 Mr. Mohan B Helper
15 Devi * Helper
16 Bhagyamma V * Helper
17 Kavitha V * Helper
18 Nirmala K T * Helper
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