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# EE 504: Advance High Voltage Engineering

Lecture
Semester Spring-2010
Schedule

Credit
Three Pre-requisite High-Voltage Engg.
Hours

## Instructor Prof. Dr. Suhail A. Qureshi Contact saqureshi@uet.edu.pk

Monday, to Saturday
Office EE Department Office Hours
09:00 am – 01:30 pm

Teaching
None Lab Schedule N/A
Assistant

## Breakdown Mechanisms in Gases under Static Uniform Field, Breakdown

Characteristics of Gases under Uniform Field, Breakdown of Gases in a Non-
uniform Field, High Voltage Breakdown in Liquids & Solids, Generation of High
Course
Description Voltages, Measurement of High Voltages, Applications of Insulating Materials,
Non-destructive Testing of Materials & Electrical Apparatus, General High Voltage
Testing of Power System Equipment., Electrical Properties of High Vacuum.

## Upon completion of this course, students will:

 Understand the basic concept of high voltage engineering qualitatively and
Expected wherever possible quantitatively.
Outcomes  Be exposed to formal training on high voltage technology
 Become familiar with high voltage phenomenon together with principles
governing design of high voltage insulation

REQUIRED:
Textbooks
Book-1 High-Voltage Engg. By (Abdullah & Kuffel).
Book-2 High-Voltage Engg. By (Alston)

## Reference High-Voltage Engg. By (Subir Ray)

Books High-Voltage Engg. By (Naidu & Kamaraju)

 Assignments: 05%
 Quizzes: 10%
 Midterm: 20%
Policy
 Final: 50%
 Viva: 15%
Lecture Plan
1* Introduction

##  Breakdown Mechanisms in Gases under Static

Uniform Field. Book-1
*
3  Breakdown Characteristics of Gases under +
Uniform Field. Book-2
 Breakdown of Gases in a Non-uniform Field.

Book-1
 High Voltage Breakdown in Liquids & Solids.
3* +
 Generation of High Voltages. Book-2

1 MIDTERM

##  Measurement of High Voltages. Book-1

3*  Applications of Insulating Materials.

## 2*  Non-destructive Testing of Materials & Electrical Book-1

Apparatus.

Book-1
2*  General High Voltage Testing of Power System +
Equipment. Book-2

2*
 Electrical Properties of High Vacuum. Book-2

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- Tentative