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Course 2. Basic Electrical Technology (Video Course)

Faculty Coordinator(s) :

1. Prof. L. Umanand

Centre for Electron Design and Technology

Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

Bangalore 560 012

Uttranchal, India

Email : ums@cedt.iisc.ernet.in

Telephone : (91- 80)

Detailed Syllabus :

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Lecture

 

Lecture Title

no.

 

Topics to be covered

 

1

Sources of energy, Power generation: steam, hydel, gas, wind & nuclear; Power generation in Indian context.

Introduction

 

General structure of electrical power system; power transmission

2

&

voltage levels; power distribution through overhead lines &

underground cables.

   

Basic concepts; concepts of linear, nonlinear, active, passive,

3

unilateral and bilateral elements; ideal and practical voltage & current sources – conversion from one from the other.

 

Kirchoff’s laws – statements & explanation with example.

4

Mesh current method – definition of mesh & loop, advantage; illustrative example.

5

Node voltage method – Definition of a node, formation of equations, advantage & illustrative example.

D.C Networks

6

Delta-Star & Star-Delta conversion; necessity, equivalence & relations; illustration with example.

7

Superposition principle – statement, limitations; explanation & illustration with examples; practical verification.

8

Thevenin’s theorem – statement, advantages in case of complex networks; explanation & illustration with examples.

9

Norton’s theorem – concept of duality; explanation & illustration; practical verification.

10

Nonlinear circuits – d.c circuits with one nonlinear element; its solution with example.

   

R-L & R-C transients – solution for current , voltage or charge as

D.C. Transients

11 & 12

function of time; time constants; R-L-C transients – under damped, over damped and critically damped conditions.

a

   

Generation of single phase a.c. voltage and determination of

Single Phase

average (mean) and RMS (effective) values of voltage and current with special reference to sinusoidal waveforms; Form factor and peak factor for various waves.

A.C. Circuits

13

 

Representation of sinusoidal time varying quantities as phasors;

14

concepts of reactance, impedance and their representation in complex forms using j operator.

15

Steady state analysis of series R-L-C circuit & its phasor diagram.

16

Concept of power & power factor; expression of power in complex notation.

17

Concept of admittance, susceptance in parallel circuits; calculation of branch currents in parallel circuits.

18

Analysis of series parallel circuits & phasor diagrams.

19

Resonance in series and parallel circuits.

 

Lecture

 

Lecture Title

no.

Topics to be covered

 

20

Generation of 3-phase balanced sinusoidal voltage; star & delta connections; line & phase quantities (current & voltage)

 

Solution of 3-phase star/delta circuits with balanced supply

Three phase

21

voltage and balanced load; phasor diagram; 3-phase, 4-wire circuits.

A.C. Circuits

 

Measurement of three phase power by two wattmeter method;

22

phasor diagram with balanced load and determination of load power factor from wattmeter readings.

   

Ampere circuital law; magnetic circuit & its similarity with

23

electric circuits; solution of series, parallel & series parallel magnetic circuits.

Magnetic Circuit

24

Iron losses – hysteresis & eddy current losses; relationship between B-H loop & hysteresis loss

25

Energy stored in a magnetic field and force of attraction between pole faces.

   

Constructional features and principle of operation; concept of

26

ideal transformer under no load & loaded conditions; its equivalent circuit.

27

Practical transformer rating & its equivalent circuit.

Transformer

28 & 29

Regulation – definition & importance; derivation of expression for it: Losses & efficiency, condition for maximum efficiency.

30

O.C & S.C. tests and determination of equivalent circuit parameters.

31

Various types of three phase connections of transformers.

32

Autotransformer – principle of operation & relative advantages & disadvantages over a two winding transformer.

   

Introduction of general constructional features (stator, rotor &

Rotating

33

air gap); conditions for production of steady electromagnetic torque.

Machines

34

Multi polar machine & concept of mechanical & electrical angle and their relation; importance of the relation n = 2f/p.

35

Expression for generated emf in a coil rotating relative to a field.

 

Lecture

 

Lecture Title

no.

Topics to be covered

Three phase

 

Elementary balanced 3-phase distributed winding & production

induction motor.

36

of revolving magnetic field; comment on its strength, speed and direction of rotation.

 

Constructional features and principle of operation; types of

37

induction motors; definition of slip and its importance; relation between stator & rotor frequencies.

 

Per phase equivalent circuit; relation between air gap power,

38

rotor copper loss and mechanical power developed; expression for electromagnetic torque developed.

 

Torque-slip characteristic, stable & unstable zones;

39

modification of torque-slip characteristic for supply voltage, rotor resistance and frequency variation.

   

Basic principles of starting induction motor by direct on line,

40

reactor, autotransformer, star-delta and rotor resistance starters.

 

41

& 42

Constructional features; elementary lap & wave windings; parallel paths in armature circuit.

43

EMF & torque expressions and their uses in both generating & motoring modes.

 

Classification of d.c. generators; characteristics of shunt,

D.C. Machines

44

& 45

separately and compound generator; armature reaction & its effect.

46

Classification of d.c motors; characteristics of shunt & series motors.

47

Starting of d.c shunt motor; 3-point starter for shunt motor.

48

Speed control of shunt and series motors; field of applications.

   

DC PMMC instruments – constructional feature and principle of

Measuring

49

& 50

operation; moving iron meters – construction and principle of operation.

Instruments

51

& 52

Dynamometer type wattmeter; induction type energy meter construction & principle of operation.

Course 17. Power Systems Analysis (Video Course)

Faculty Coordinator(s) :

1. Prof. A. K. Sinha

Department of Electrical Engineering

Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur

Kharagpur 721302, West Bengal

Telephone : (91-3222)

Off

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283088

Res :

283089, 277771

Detailed Syllabus :

Lecture

Topics to be covered

1,2

Introduction to Power System Analysis

2,3

Single Line Diagram and Per Unit System

4-8

Transmission line Parameters

9-10

Modeling of Transmission Lines

11-12

Steady State Operation of Transmission Lines

13

Review

14

Modeling of Transformers

15

Modeling of Generators and Loads (Steady State Operation)

16,17

Introduction to Power Flow Problem and Bus Admittance Matrix Formulation

18

Gauss-Seidel Iterative Solution

19,20

Newton-Raphson Method for Power Flow

21,22

Decoupled and Fast Decoupled Load Flow Solution Methods

23,24

Gauss elimination and Sparsity Techniques

25

Review

26

Introduction to Short Circuit Analysis

27

Symmetrical Components

28

Sequence Networks

29-31

Short Circuit Calculations (L-G, L-L, L-L-G and 3-phase Faults)

32

Bus Impedance Matrix Formulation

33,34

Short Circuit Calculation Using Bus Impedance Matrix

35

Review

36

Introduction to Transient Stability Analysis

37-39

Swing Equation, Equal Area Criterion

40

Review

Course 19. Power Electronics (Video Course)

Faculty Coordinator(s) :

1. Prof. B. G. Fernandes

Department of Electrical Engineering

Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

Powai, Mumbai 400 076

Telephone : (91-22)

Off

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2576 7428

Res :

2576 8428

Fax :

2572 3707

2. Prof. Kishore Chatterjee

Department of Electrical Engineering

Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

Powai, Mumbai 400 076

Telephone : (91-22)

Off

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2576-7472

Res :

2576-8482

Detailed Syllabus :

Module-1

Introduction: Application of Power Electronics to :

duration- 2hrs

1) Motor control with emphasis on Traction and Industrial Process control 2) Power Supplies - Revolution in Personal Computers UPS 3) Power Transmission - Facts Technology, HVDC 4) Chemical Process 5) Battery charging 6) Power extraction from non-conventional enery sources 7) Automotive electronics 8) High energy physics Evolution of Power Electronics Days of Mercury arc rectification--forerunner of Power Electronics Invention of SCR and its impact Advent of Selfcommutated switches and their impact

Module-2

duration-3hrs

Structure of Power Electronics: How structurally power electronics differs from low power analog electronics Different types of switches Power Diodes: from the viewpoint of an application engineer SCR: Device structure, Static characteristic, dynamic characteristic constraints of

Turn on

and Turn off time, different relevant ratings.

Module-3

duration-2hrs

Diode rectifiers Applications: Power Supplies, Front end converter for ac motor drives, battery charger, chemical process 1) Single phase Half wave with R load 2) Single phase Half wave with R-L load 3) Single phase Full bridge rectifier with dc link capacitive filter, issue of harmonics 4) Three phase Full bridge rectifier with dc link capacitive filter, issue of harmonics

Module-4

duration-4hrs

AC to DC controlled converters Application: DC Motor Drives Battery chargers HVDC transmission 1) Single phase fully controlled AC to DC converter

i) Principle of operation: Issue of line commutation ii) Continuous mode of conduction: expression for average output voltage

iii) Modes of operation in the voltage-current plane

iv) discontinuous mode of conduction

v) analysis with R-L-E load, significance of R-L-E load

vi)

operation as an inverter: constraints for line commutation

vii) Dual converter: motivation Simultaneous and nonsimultaneous control vii) input displacement factor, distortion factor, harmonics viii) Effect of source inductance ix) Requirement of snubber

 

2) Single phase half controlled converter:

 

operating principle, input displacement factor Modes of operation in the voltage-current plane

Module-5

 

(1hr)

Three phase half wave ac to dc converter Principle of operation Derivation of o/p voltage issue of dc magnetization of the input transformer

Module-5

(3hrs)

Three phase fully controlled ac to dc converter Principle of operation Derivation of average output voltage Derivation of displacement factor Inverter mode of operation Constraints of commutation in inverter mode Effect of source inductance

Moduel - 6:

( 4 hrs)

Limitation of Line commutated converters Single phase unity powerfactor converter Principle of switched Power power conversion Bi-directional Power converters

Module- 7

(8 hrs)

DC- DC Power Converters Limitations of Linear Power supplies Switched Power Power supplies ( Buck, Buck-Boost, Boost, Cuk, Fly-back and Forward Convverters) Transfer fucntion for these converters

Module-8

8 hrs

Motivation DC- AC Power Converters Principle of operation of Inverters Half bridge, full bridge, three phase- six step operation, voltage control, PWM techniques

Modeling and Simulation (Video Course)

Faculty Coordinator(s) :

1. Prof. Laxmidhar Behera

Department of Electrical Engineering

Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

Kanpur – 208016

Email : lbehera[AT]iitk.ac.in

Telephone : (91-512)

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2597198

Res :

2598318

Fax :

2590063

2. Prof. Adrish Banerjee

Department of Electrical Engineering

Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

Kanpur – 208016

Email : adrish[AT]iitk.ac.in

Telephone : (91-512)

Off

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2597991

Res :

-

Fax :

2590063

Detailed Syllabus :

Module – 1

Need of Modelling , Types of modeling, Modelling Tools, Simulation Tools and Methodologies

Module – 2

Continuous Time Modelling, Dynamical System Modelling

Module – 3

Discrete Time Modelling

Module – 4

Differential / Difference Algebric

Module – 5

Statistical Modelling Technique

Module – 6

Non-Conventional Modelling Technique

Module – 7

Simulation Case Studies using MATLAB

Module – 8

Data Analysis, Visualization and Data Compression Methodologies

Course 30. Intelligent System (Video Course)

Faculty Coordinator(s) :

1. Prof. Laxmidhar Behra

Department of Electrical Engineering

Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

Detailed Syllabus :

Course Objectives

Kanpur - 208016

Email : lbehera@iitk.ac.in

Telephone : (91-512)

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Res :

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2598318

2590063

1. Biological motivation to design intelligent systems and control

2. The study of control-theoretic foundations such as stability and robustness in the frame work of intelligent control.

3. Analysis of learning systems in conjunction with feedback control systems

4. Computer simulation of intelligent control systems to evaluate the performance.

5. Exposure to many real world control problems.

Course Outline

ƒ Module I (9 classes): Biological foundations to intelligent systems I: Artificial neural networks,

Back-propagation networks, Radial basis function networks, and recurrent networks.

ƒ Module II (6 classes): Biological foundations to intelligent systems II: Fuzzy logic, knowledge representation and inference mechanism, genetic algorithm, and fuzzy neural networks.

ƒ Module III (6 classes): Fuzzy and expert control (standard, Takagi-Sugeno, mathematical characterizations, design example), Parametric optimization of fuzzy logic controller using genetic algorithm.

ƒ Module IV (6 classes): System identification using neural and fuzzy neural networks.

ƒ Module V (6 classes): Stability analysis: Lyapunov stability theory and Passivity Theory.

ƒ Module VI (4 classes): Adaptive control using neural and fuzzy neural networks, Direct and Indirect adaptive control, and Self-tuning Pill Controllers.

ƒ Module VII (5 classes): Applications to pH reactor control, flight control, robot manipulator dynamic control, underactuated systems such as inverted pendulum and inertia wheel pendulum control and visual motor coordination.

Reference Books

1. Stanislaw H. Zak, Systems and Control, Oxford University Press, 2003

2. A.S. Poznyak, E. N. Sanchez and Wen Yu, Differential Neural Networks for Robust Nonlinear

Control, World Scientific, 2001.

3. Kevin M. Passino and Stephen Yurkovich, Fuzzy Control, Addison Wesley Longman, Menlo Park, CA, 1998.

Course 37. Industrial Instrumentation (Video)

Faculty Coordinator(s) :

1. Prof. Alok Barua

Department of Electrical Engineering

Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur

Kharagpur 721302, West Bengal

Telephone : (91-3222)

Off

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283032

Res :

283033, 278046

Detailed Syllabus :

Course 29. Industrial Drives (Video Course)

Faculty Coordinator(s) :

1. Prof. K. Gopakumar

Centre for Electronic Design & Technology

Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

Detailed Syllabus :

Bangalore 560 012

1. Introduction

(4 hours)

a. Classification of Electric Drives

b. Requirements of Electric Drives

c. Some Applications

2. Converters and control

(6 hours)

a. Phase controlled converters

b. Four quadrant operation

c. Choppers

d. AC to DC converters

3. DC motor drives

(4 hours)

a. Speed-torque characteristics DC shunt,

PMDC and series motors

b. Dynamic model

c. Speed and position control methods

 

4. Inverters and PWM techniques

(8 hours)

a. voltage source inverters (1h)

b. current source inverters (1h)

c. PWM techniques

i. sine-triangle comparison (1h)

 

ii. harmonic elimination (1h)

iii. hysteresis current controllers (1h)

iv. space vector pwm

(3h)

5. AC motor drives

(10 hours)

a. d-q model of induction motor (2 h)

b. constant flux speed control structure (2h)

c. vector control model

d. vector control structure (3h)

(3h)

Course 33. Industrial Automation and Control (Video Course)

Faculty Coordinator(s) :

1. Prof. S. Mukhopadhyay

Department of Electrical Engineering

Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur

Kharagpur 721302, West Bengal

Telephone : (91-3222)

Off

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283066

Res :

283067,277466

2. Prof. S. Sen

Architecture & Regional Planning

Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur

 

Kharagpur 721302, West Bengal

Telephone : (91-3222)

Off

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283224

Res :

283225, 277055

Detailed Syllabus :

1. Lecture 1 : Introduction to Industrial Automation and Control

2. Lecture 2 : Architecture of Industrial Automation Systems.

3. Lecture 3: Introduction to sensors and measurement systems

4. Lecture 4: Temperature measurement

5. Pressure and Force measurements

Lecture 5:

6. Displacement and speed measurement

7. Flow measurement techniques

8. Measurement of level, humidity, pH etc

9. Signal Conditioning and Processing

10. Lecture 10: Estimation of errors and Calibration

11. Lecture 3 : Introduction to Process Control.

12. Lecture 4 : P-- I -- D

13. Lecture 5 : Controller Tuning.

14. Lecture 6 : Implementation of PID Controllers

15. Lecture 7 : Special Control Structures : Feedforward and Ratio Control.

16. Lecture 8 : Special Control Structures : Predictive Control, Control of Systems with Inverse Response

17. Lecture 9 : Special Control Structures : Cascade Control, Overriding Control, Selective Control, Split Range Control

18. Lecture 10 : Introduction to Sequence Control, PLCs and Relay Ladder Logic

19. Lecture 11 : Sequence Control : Scan Cycle, RLL Syntax

20. Lecture 12 : Sequence Control : Structured Design Approach

21. Lecture 13 : Sequence Control : Advanced RLL Programming

Lecture 6:

Lecture 7:

Lecture 7:

Lecture 8:

Control

23.

Lecture 15 : Control of Machine tools : Introduction to CNC Machines

24. Lecture 16 : Control of Machine tools : Analysis of a control loop

25. Lecture 17 : Introduction to Actuators : Flow Control Valves

26. Lecture 18. : Hydraulic Actuator Systems : Principles, Components and Symbols

27. Lecture 19 : Hydraulic Actuator Systems : Pumps and Motors,

28. Lecture 20:

29. Lecture 20 : Pneumatic Control Systems : System Components

30. Lecture 21 : Pneumatic Control Systems : Controllers and Integrated Control Systems

31. Lecture 22 : Electric Drives : Introduction, Energy Saving with Adjustible Speed Drives

32. Lecture 23 : Step motors : Principles, Construction and Drives

33. Lecture 24 : DC Motor Drives : Introduction, DC--DC Converters, Adjustible Speed Drives

34. Lecture 25 : Induction Motor Drives: Introduction, Characteristics, Adjustible Speed Drives

35. Lecture 26 : Synchronous Motor Drives : Motor Principles, Adjustible Speed and Servo Drives

36. Lecture 27 : Networking of Sensors, Actuators and Controllers : The Fieldbus

37. Lecture 28 : The Fieldbus Communication Protocol

38. Lecture 29 : Introduction to Production Control Systems

39. Lecture 30 : Concluding Lecture

Proportional and Servo Valves

Course 35. Illumination Engineering (Video Course)

Faculty Coordinator(s) :

1. Prof. N. K. Kishore

Department of Electrical Engineering

Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur

Kharagpur 721302, West Bengal

Telephone : (91-3222)

Off

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283060

Res :

283061

Fax :

277712

Detailed Syllabus :

Radiation, colour, eye & vision; different entities of illuminating systems; Light sources: daylight, incandescent, electric discharge, fluorescent, arc lamps and lasers; Luminaries, wiring, switching & control circuits;

Laws of illumination; illumination from point, line and surface sources. Photometry and spectrophotometry; photocells. Environment and glare. General illumination design. Interior lighting – industrial, residential, office departmental stores, indoor stadium, theater and hospitals. Exterior lighting- flood, street, aviation and transport lighting, lighting for displays and signaling- neon signs, LED-LCD displays beacons and lighting for surveillance.

Utility services for large building/office complex & layout of different meters and protection units. Diferent type of loads and their individual protections. Selection of cable/wire sizes; potential sources of fire hazards and precautions. Emergency supply – stand by & UPS. A specific design problem on this aspect

1.) Radiation & colour – 2 Lectures

2) eye & vision – 2 Lectures

3) different entities of illuminating systems - 2 Lectures.

4) Light sources: daylight, Lectures

incandescent, electric discharge, fluorescent, arc lamps and lasers – 4

5) Luminaries, wiring, switching & control circuits – 3 Lectures

6) Laws of illumination; illumination from point, line and surface sources – 2 Lectures

7) Photometry and spectrophotometry; photocells – 2 Lectures

8) Environment and glare – 2 Lectures.

9) General illumination design – 2 Lectures.

10) Interior lighting – industrial, residential, office departmental stores, indoor stadium, theater and hospitals – 4 Lectures.

11) Exterior lighting- flood, street, aviation and transport lighting, lighting for displays and signaling- neon signs, LED-LCD displays beacons and lighting for surveillance – 4 Lectures.

12) Utility services for large building/office complex & layout of different meters and protection units – 3 Lectures.

13) Diferent type of loads and their individual protections – 2 Lecture.

14) Selection of cable/wire sizes; potential sources of fire hazards and precautions. Emergency supply – stand by & UPS - 4Lectures.

15) A specific design problem on this aspect - 2 Lectures.

Course 24. Embedded Systems (Video Course)

Faculty Coordinator(s) :

1. Prof. Santanu Chaudhury

Department of Electrical Engineering

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi

Hauz Khas, New Delhi -110 016

Telephone : (91-11)

Off

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Res :

2659 1081

2659 1606, 26512402

Detailed Syllabus :

1. Introduction to Embedded Computing

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Overview

1.2.1 Characteristics of Embedding Computing Applications

1.2.2 Concept of Real time Systems

1.2.3 Challenges in Embedded System Design

1.3 Design Process

1.3.1 Requirements

1.3.2 Specifications

1.3.3 Architecture Design

1.3.4 Designing of Components

1.3.5 System Integration

2. Embedded System Architecture

2.1 Instruction Set Architecture

2.1.1 CISC and RISC instruction set architecture

2.2 Basic Embedded Processor/Microcontroller Architecture

2.2.1 CISC Examples

2.2.1.1 Motorola (68HC11) Example

2.2.1.2 8051

2.2.2 RISC Example

2.2.2.1 ARM

2.2.3 DSP Processors

2.2.4 Harvard Architecture

2.2.4.1 PIC

2.3 Memory System Architecture

2.3.1 Caches

2.3.2 Virtual Memory

2.3.3 Memory Management Unit and Address Translation

2.4 I/0 Sub-system

2.4.1 Busy-wait I/0

2.4.2 DMA

2.4.3 Interrupt driven I/0

2.5 Co-processors and Hardware Accelerators

2.6 Processor Performance Enhancement

2.6.1 Pipelining

2.6.2 Super-scalar Execution

2.7

CPU Power Consumption

Lab Exercises on:

(i) Digital Circuit implementation

(ii) Hardware Description Language

(iii) Assembly language Programming for different target processors

3. Designing Embedded Computing Platform

3.1 Using CPU Bus

3.1.1 Bus Protocols

3.1.2 Bus Organisation

3.2 Memory Devices and their Characteristics

3.2.1 RAM

3.2.2 ROM, UVROM, EEPROM, Flash Memory

3.2.3 DRAM

3.3 I/O Devices

3.3.1 Timers and Counters

3.3.1.1 Watchdog Timers

3.3.2 Interrupt Controllers

3.3.3 DMA Controllers

3.3.4 A/D and D/A Converters

3.3.5 Displays

3.3.6 Keyboards

3.3.7 Infrared devices

3.4 Component Interfacing

3.4.1 Memory Interfacing

3.4.2 I/O Device Interfacing

3.4.2.1 Interfacing Protocols

3.4.2.1.1 GPIB

3.4.2.1.2 FIREWIRE

3.4.2.1.3 USB

3.4.2.1.4 IRDA

3.5 Designing with Processors

3.5.1 System Architecture

3.5.2 Hardware Design

3.5.2.1 FPGA Based Design

3.6 Implementation

3.6.1 Development Environment

3.6.2 Debugging Techniques

3.6.3 Manufacturing and Testing

3.7 Design Examples

3.7.1 Data Compressor

3.7.2 Alarm Clock

4. Programming Embedded Systems

4.1 Program Design

4.1.1 Design Patterns for Embedded Systems

4.1.2 Models of Program

4.1.2.1 Control and Data flow Graph

4.2 Programming Languages

4.2.1 Desired Language Characteristics

4.2.1.1 Introduction to Object Oriented Programming

4.2.1.2 Data Typing

4.2.1.2.1 Overloading and Polymorphism

4.2.1.3 Control

4.2.1.4 Multi-tasking and Task Scheduling

4.2.1.5 Timing Specifications

4.2.1.6 Run-time Exception handling

4.2.2

Use of High Level Languages

4.2.2.1 C for Programming embedded systems

4.2.2.2 Object Oriented Programming for Embedded Systems in C++

4.2.2.3 Use of Java for Embedded Systems

4.2.3 Programming and Run-time Environment

4.2.3.1 Compiling, Assembling, Linking

4.2.3.2 Debugging

4.2.4 Basic Compilation Techniques

4.2.5 Analysis and Optimization of Execution Time

4.2.6 Analysis and Optimization of Energy and Power

4.2.7 Analysis and Optimization of Program Size

4.2.8 Program Validation and Testing

5. Operating System

5.1 Basic Features of an Operating System

5.2 Kernel Features

5.2.1 Real-time Kernels

5.2.1.1 Polled Loops System

5.2.1.2 Co-routines

5.2.1.3 Interrupt-driven System

5.2.1.4 Multi-rate System

5.3 Processes and Threads

5.4 Context Switching

5.4.1 Cooperative Multi-tasking

5.4.2 Pre-emptive Multi-tasking

5.5 Scheduling

5.5.1 Rate-Monotonic Scheduling

5.5.2 Earliest-Deadline First Scheduling

5.5.3 Task Assignment

5.5.4 Fault-Tolerant Scheduling

5.6 Inter-process Communication

5.6.1 Signals

5.6.2 Shared Memory Communication

5.6.3 Message-Based Communication

5.7 Real-time Memory Management

5.7.1 Process Stack Management

5.7.2 Dynamic Allocation

5.8 I/O

5.8.1 Synchronous and Asynchronous I/O

5.8.2 Interrupt Handling

5.8.3 Device Drivers

5.8.4 Real-time Transactions and Files

5.9 Example Real-time OS

5.9.1 VxWorks

5.9.2 RT-Linux

5.9.3 Psos

5.10 Evaluating and Optimising Operating System Performance

5.10.1 Response-time Calculation

5.10.2 Interrupt latency

5.10.3 Time-loading

5.10.4 Memory Loading

5.11 Power Optimisation Strategies for Processes

6. Network Based Embedded Applications

6.1 Network Fundamentals

6.2 Layers and Protocols

6.2.1 Network Architectures

6.2.2 Network Components: Bridges, Routers, Switches

6.4

Elements of Protocol Design

6.5 High Level Protocol Design Languages

6.6 Network Based Design

6.7 Internet-Enabled Systems

6.7.1 Protocols for industrial and control applications

6.7.2 Internetworking Protocols

6.8 Wireless Applications

6.8.1 Blue-tooth

7. Embedded Control Applications

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Open-loop and Closed Loop Control Systems

7.2.1 Examples: Speed Control

7.3 PID Controllers

7.3.1 Software Coding of a PID Controller

7.3.2 PID tuning

7.4 Fuzzy Logic Controller

7.5 Application Examples

7.5.1 Washing Machine

7.5.2 Automotive Systems

7.5.3 Auto-focusing digital camera

7.5.4 Air-conditioner

8. Embedded System Development

8.1 Design Methodologies

8.1.1 UML as Design tool

8.1.2 UML notation

8.1.3 Requirement Analysis and Use case Modeling

8.1.4 Static Modeling

8.1.5 Object and Class Structuring

8.1.6 Dynamic Modeling

8.2 Architectural Design

8.2.1 Hardware-Software Partitioning

8.2.2 Hardware-Software Integration

8.3 Design Examples

8.3.1 Telephone PBX

8.3.2 Inkjet Printer

8.3.3 PDA

8.3.4 Set-top Box

8.3.5 Elevator Control System

8.3.6 ATM System

8.4 Fault-tolerance Techniques

8.5 Reliability Evaluation Techniques

Course 9. Electromagnetic Fields (Video Course)

Faculty Coordinator(s) :

1. Prof. Harishankar Ramachandarn

Department of Electrical Engineering

Indian Institute of Technology Madras

Chennai - 600036

Telephone : (91-44)

Off

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2257 8408

Res :

2663 1863

Detailed Syllabus :

Electrostatics 16

1 Scalar and Vector fields 2

2 Coulomb’s Law and concept of Electric Field 2

3 Divergence, the Divergence Theorem and Gauss’ Law 2

4 Concept of Electrostatic Potential, Poisson’s Equation 2

5 Energy in the Field, Capacitance 2

6 capacitance of common two-plate capacitors, including two-wire capacitors 2

7 Dielectrics, dielectric boundary conditions 2

8 Solution of Laplace’s Equation and Poisson’s Equation in 1-D. Capacitance calculations with multiple

dielectrics 2

Magnetostatics 12

9 Force due to a Magnetic field, Force due to combined Electric and Magnetic fields 2

10 Biot-Savart Law, calculation of Magnetic Field for simple coil configurations 2

Topic Lectures

11 Ampere’s Law 1

12 Magnetic flux, Stokes theorem 2

13 Magnetic materials, magnetic boundary conditions 2

14 Inductance calculations from phi=L*I, for common geometries 2

15 Force on a dipole 1

Slowly Time-Varying Systems 5

16 Frames of reference and motional emf. Faraday’s law 2

17 Stored energy in the magnetic field. The Inductance equation 2

18 Examples from electric machines and transformers 1

Time-Varying Fields 13

19 The Displacement current. Maxwell’s Equation 2

20 The wave equation in 1-Dimension 1

21 Solution of the wave equation. Plane waves 2

22 Wave propagation in vacuum and lossy dielectrics 2

23 Skin depth and frequency dependence of lumped elements 2

24 Energy transport by waves. The Poynting vector 2

25 Reflection at boundaries. Normal incidence formula. Impedence matching. 2

Total 46

References

1. Principles and Applications of Electromagnetic Fields - Plonsey, R. and

COllin, R.E., McGraw Hill. 1961.

2. Engineering Electromagnetics - William H. Hayt, Jr. Fifth Edition. TMH.1999.

Course 15. Electrical Machines 2 (Video Course)

Faculty Coordinator(s) :

1. Prof. S. P. Gupta

Department of Electrical Engineering

Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee

Roorkee - 247 667

Telephone : (91-1332)

Off

:

285597

Res :

285038, 271225

Detailed Syllabus:

Construction of AC machines - Armature windings - emf equation - MMF of poly phase

windings, rotating magnetic field. - IM action, Generalized transformer - Equivalent circuit, Performance calculation. - Testing, losses, efficiency - Torque, Power, and Power factor - Starting, speed control and braking - Single phase induction motor - Armature reaction in induction motors. - Equivalent cage rotor. - Induction generators, line excited, self excited. - Cascade connection, Induction frequency converter -. Harmonics and their effects - High torque cage machines - Induction regulators, Linear induction machines - Magnetic circuit of AC machines - Magnetizing and .leakage fluxes. Basics of induction machine design. Armature reaction, - Equivalent circuit - Generator load characteristic - Regulation by emf method. Regulation of alternators by MMF and Potier methods - Parallel operation of

alternators

diagram. Determination of xd, xq of salient pole machines - Mechanical load diagram, O & V curves - Regulation of salient pole alternators -Three phase and single phase short circuit on alternators - Starting of synchronous motors. Synchronous condensers. Synchronous induction motor. Principles of design. Reluctance machines

Generators on infinite bus bars, Capability chart of alternators. Electrical load

Course 11. Electrical Machines 1 (Video Course)

Faculty Coordinator(s) :

1. Prof. S. P. Gupta

Department of Electrical Engineering

Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee

Roorkee - 247 667

Telephone : (91-1332)

Off

:

285597

Res :

285038, 271225

Detailed Syllabus :

Basic Theory, - Ideal transformer - Magnetizing current waveform. - Construction of transformers. - Effects of harmonics and harmonic compensation - Practical single phase transformer, - Equivalent circuit - Variable frequency operation. - Phasor diagram, - Regulation. - Switching surges, Mechanical forces in transformers - Losses, Efficiency. - Parallel operation - Three winding transformer .- Polyphase connections. - Scott connected transformer - Auto transformer - Transformer windings. - Tap-changing and voltage control - Basics of transformer design

Construction of DC machines – lap and wave windings - EMF equation - Torque equation. - Methods of excitation of DC generators. - Commutation in DC machines. - Armature reaction, - Equivalent circuit. - Self excitation of generators. - Characteristics of DC generators. - Parallel operation of generators. - DC motor operation and characteristics. - Parallel operation of motors. - Losses in DC machines, Efficiency. - Brush less, commutator-less DC machine - Starting, speed control & braking of DC.motors. Design of DC machines.

Course 5. Electrical and Electronic Measurements (Video Course)

Faculty Coordinator(s) :

1. Prof. V. Jagadeesh Kumar

Detailed Syllabus :

Department of Electrical Engineering

Indian Institute of Technology Madras

Chennai 600 036

Telephone : (91-44)

Off

:

2257 8380

Res :

2257 9380

Lecture

Topics to be covered

1,2

Units of measurement – the Fundamental units of SI, derived units, conversion factors

2,3

Errors in measurement – systematic errors – propagation of errors

4

Presentation of data – significant figures – rules for rounding off

5,6

random errors – treatment – Gaussian distribution – combination of random errors

7,8

Analog indicating instruments-the PMMC, rectifier, MI and electrostatic type meters

9,10

Electro-dynamic type watt meter, induction type energy meter

11,12

True RMS meters, PWM type wattmeter

13,14

Wheatstone bridge, Kelvin bridge, Megger

15,16

Maxwell bridge, Anderson bridge, Wien bridge and Schering bridge

17,18

transformer ratio bridge

19

Q meter

20,21

Vector impedance analyzer

22,23

Instrument transformers – CT/PT

24

Measurement of errors of instrument transformers

25

Digital systems – quantization

26,27

Counter timer

28,29

Analog to digital converters, flash, successive approximation type

30,31

Dual slope ADC – digital multimeter

32,33

The CRT, analog oscilloscope,

34

Digital oscilloscope

35-37

Virtual instrumentation

Course 13. Control Engineering (Video Course)

Faculty Coordinator(s) :

1. Prof. S. D. Agashe

Department of Electrical Engineering

Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

Powai, Mumbai 400 076

Telephone : (91-22)

Off

:

2576 7411

Res :

2576 8411

Detailed Syllabus :

Introduction to control problem

Industrial Control examples. Transfer function models of mechanical, electrical, thermal and hydraulic systems. System with dead-time. System response. Control hardware and their models: potentiometers, synchros, LVDT, dc and ac servomotors, tachogenerators, electro hydraulic valves, hydraulic servomotors, electropeumatic valves, pneumatic actuators. Closed-loop systems. Block diagram and signal flow graph analysis, transfer function.

Basic characteristics of feedback control systems

Stability, steady-state accuracy, transient accuracy, disturbance rejection, insensitivity and robustness. Basic modes of feedback control: proportional, integral and derivative. Feed-forward and multi-loop control configurations, stability concept, relative stability, Routh stability criterion.

Time response of second-order systems, steady-state errors and error constants. Performance specifications in time-domain. Root locus method of design. Lead and lag compensation.

Frequency-response analysis

Relationship between time & frequency response, Polar plots, Bode’s plot, stability in frequency domain, Nyquist plots. Nyquist stability criterion. Performance specifications in frequency-domain. Frequency-domain methods of design, Compensation & their realization in time & frequency domain. Lead and Lag compensation.

Op-amp based and digital implementation of compensators. Tuning of process controllers. State variable formulation and solution.

State variable Analysis

Concepts of state, state variable, state model, state models for linear continuous time functions, diagonalization of transfer function, solution of state equations, concept of controllability & observability.

Introduction to Optimal control & Nonlinear control

Optimal Control problem, Regulator problem, Output regulator, treking problem. Nonlinear system – Basic concept & analysis. Suggested Text Books & References

Gopal. M., “Control Systems: Principles and Design”, Tata McGraw-Hill, 1997.

Kuo, B.C., “Automatic Control System”, Prentice Hall, sixth edition, 1993.

Ogata, K., “Modern Control Engineering”, Prentice Hall, second edition, 1991.

Nagrath & Gopal, “Modern Control Engineering”, New Ages International.

Course 7. Circuit Theory (Video Course)

Faculty Coordinator(s) :

1. Prof. S. C. Dutta Roy

Department of Electrical Engineering

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi

Hauz Khas, New Delhi -110 016

Telephone : (91-11)

Off

:

2659 1080

Res :

2656 1619

Detailed Syllabus :

Review of Signals and Systems

2 Lectures

Network equations

1 Lecture

Step Impulse and Complete Response

1 Lecture

2 nd order Circuits

1 Lecture

Transform Domain Analysis

1 Lecture

Network Theorems and Network Functions

4 Lectures

Tuned Circuits

5 Lectures

Two-port Networks

9 Lectures

Elements of Realizability Theory

2 Lectures

Positive Real Functions

3 Lectures

L C, R C and R L Driving Point Synthesis

4 Lectures

LC 1-port and 2-port Synthesis

2 Lectures

Properties and synthesis of Transfer Parameters

1 Lecture

Resistance Terminated L C Ladder

3 Lectures

Network Transmission Criteria

1 Lecture

Course 27. Power Systems Operation and Control (Video Course)

Faculty Coordinator(s) :

1. Prof. S. N. Singh

Department of Electrical Engineering

Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur

Kanpur - 208016

Telephone : (91-512)

Off

:

2597009

Detailed Syllabus:

1) Introduction (Characteristics of Modern Power Systems)

(3-4 lectures)

Physical Structure Operation and Control Functions and Hierarchies Design and Operating Criteria

2) Equipment and Stability Constraints

(12-15 lectures)

Capabilities and Constraints of Generators/Exciters/Turbines/ Network Elements (Lines, Transformers etc.) Constraints of Energy Supply Systems Load Characteristics Introduction to Angle/Voltage Instability phenomena Stability Constraints

3) Frequency and Voltage Control

(15 lectures)

Primary Control of Frequency : Governors Secondary Control of Frequency : AGC Voltage control : Automatic Voltage Regulators (generators), Shunt Compensation, SVC Introduction to Power Flow Control : HVDC, FACTS Load Curves Unit Commitment Introduction to the use of Optimization Methods

5) Load Dispatch Centre Functions Contingency Analysis Preventive, Emergency and Restorative Control

(3-4 lectures)

6) Additional Topics relating to new developments

(3-4 lectures)