Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory: Laboratory experiments conducted in this lab are based on fundamentals of electrical engineering, Kirchoff’s law’s, Thevenin’s theorem, Nortons theorem, maximum power transfer theorem, superposition theorem, calibration experiments, power factor measurement. The lab is all the necessary equipment’s for successful completion of the experiments.
Network Laboratory: Laboratory experiments conducted in this lab are based upon Realization of Current Source and Voltage Source, study application of Thevenin’s Theorem, Norton’s Theorem, Superposition Theorem, Maximum Power Transfer Theorem, the step response of RL, RC & RLC circuits., Calculation and Verification of Z, Y, ABCD parameters of a Two-port Network., Design and frequency response of Passive Filter circuit., Ladders and Bridges, Multi DC Mesh Analysis. The lab is equipped with number DMM, analog voltmeters and ammeters, DSO, CRO, Function generator and various trainer kits.
Measurement and Instrumentation Laboratory: Laboratory experiments conducted in this lab are based upon potentiometers, a.c. bridges, Maxwell’s bridge, Anderson’s bridge, Kelvin’s bridge, single phase and three phase power measurements, synchronizing of loads.
Electrical Machine Laboratory: This laboratory is sponsored under the AICTE-NEQIP Scheme. Laboratory experiments conducted in this lab are based upon application of dc machines, speed control of dc motors, characteristics of generators, transformer- open circuit, short circuit tests, regulation tests, Swinburne test, synchronous machine tests, and tests on three phase induction motors. The laboratory is well stocked with ammeters, voltmeters, power factor meters, wattmeters, tachometers, single phase and three phase resistive as well as mechanical loads for successful completion of the experiments.
Power Systems Laboratory: Laboratory experiments conducted in this lab are based upon application of transmission line parameters evaluation, transformer testing, breakdown voltage evaluation of transformers, radial and ring distribution systems, differential relay protection, determination of xd and xq parameters of machines. The equipment’s in the laboratory are protected for use and are state of the art in terms of laboratory testing and experimentation.
In addition to these laboratories, the department also offers its students experience in laboratory with the assistance from Electronics and Communication Engineering Department which include Basic Electronics Laboratory, Computer Laboratory (Software), Communication Laboratory, DSP Laboratory, Image Processing Laboratory and Hardware Laboratory.
The major areas of research and focus of the department are:
Power System Engineering, Power Electronics, Nonlinear Analysis-Theory, Methods & Applications, Control Systems, Converter and Inverter Topologies, Sensor Technologies, Distributed Generation Based System Optimization, Renewable Energy Management, Bio-electronics and Neuro Engineering.