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COMPARISON OF NEUTRAL EARTHING METHODS


SOLIDLY EARTHED OR DIRECT
EARTHING

Direct earthing scheme


The neutral of power transformers or
generator is directly connected to station
ground.
The Fault current = the three phase
Methods Of Neutral Earthing symmetrical short-circuit current and can
There are several methods for system rise from 20 to 30 times the nominal
earthing which can be generally divided current. The over-voltage in the healthy
into: phase will not exceed the line to earth
1. Insulated earthing voltage.
2. Solid earthing
3. Impedance earthing through resistor, IMPEDANCE EARTHING
reactanse or arc-suppresion coil

INSULATED NEUTRAL SYSTEM (No The purpose of this method is to limit the
Intentional Earthing) fault current for greater safety. There are
three type of impedance earthing through:
1. Resistor,
2. Reactance or
3. Arc suppression coil (petersen coil).
Insulated neutral system scheme

The neutral is not earthed directly. In


reality,the electrical system is earthed
through the system capacity to earth.
The earth fault causes a few amperes fault Like this earthing can be done safely by
current due to the cable capacitance current, using Resistor, Reactance, Arc Supression
and the voltage of healthy phases will not coil as shown in the above figure.
rise above the line to line voltage. So, the
system can operate with present earth fault
improving the system continuity and supply. By
Abhishek Gaurav, Iv Year E.E.E

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" THE FAMILY TREE OF A.C. ELECTRICAL MACHINES"

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Ankit Rai, IV YEAR, E.E.E

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By, JITENDRA BAHADUR SINGH, IV E.E.E By, JEYACHANDRA . V, III E.E.E

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By, PRAKASH KUMAR YADAV, III E.E.E
By, MINHAZ AKHTAR, IV E.E.E
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By, VANDANA MAHARANA, II E.E.E 3


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WHY TO INSTALL A SUBPANEL IN YOUR HOME
if you plan to add many 240-volt appliances like
central air conditioning, baseboard heaters, water
heaters, ovens, ranges, or 240-volt window air
conditioners, then a circuit breaker panel with more
opening may be required, as well as a circuit breaker
panel with more openings and a larger main breaker
rating.
Subpanels provide a convenience of lessening circuit
wiring runs to a minimum by centrally locating the
panel, which also lessens the voltage drop that would
occur on smaller wires over a long distance. You can
see the advantage of running a larger set of panel
Your home is powered from the electric company via the feeder wires to the area the power distribution is
service entrance. Wires feed an electric meter and quite needed, rather than run multiple wires long distances.
often a disconnect before entering you home's electrical Subpanels and main panels alike have specific rules
panel. This panel may be a fuse panel or a circuit that need to be followed according to the National
breaker panel. These panels have certainly changed over Electrical Code (NEC). All electrical panels must
the years. Either way, its job is to protect the home's have a minimum of 36 inches of clearance in front of
wiring from overload via either fuses or circuit breakers. the panel, 30 inches of clearance across the face of the
The fuses are desiged to take a predetermined amount panel, and a minumu of 78 inches above the floor. If
of current and then the fuse link will melt. That's why you can picture an invisible phone booth with an
we say the fuse blow and circuit breakers trip. Circuit electrical panel on one wall, you'll have a good idea of
breakers, on the other hand, have predetermined limits what is required. Now the NEC goes a little farther in
also, but trip when they exceed the limit and are able to requirements than that. The panel must be mounted in
be reset. This makes circuit breakers reuseable, while a dry location and have easy access to it. Only attach
fuses are a one-time thing. a panel in an area that is not exposed to flammable
materials and never mount it where it is exposed to
Sizing subpanels to the need of your anticipated load moisture like a bathroom or indoor swimming pool area
can be tricky. You'll need to consider the amount of or the like.
available power load you'll need and what the main
sevice has to offer. For instance, If you have a 200- One last tip about adding a subpanel, whenever dealing
amp main service, you'll have no problem adding a with electricity, always turn off the power before you
100-amp subpanel to feed a garage, barn. or a 60- begin any project. If the power is off, you won't get
amp subpanel to power lighting and general-use outlets shocked. It only tkes a minute to shut off the power,
in another section of your home. But if you only have a but it only takes a split second to get shocked and
60-amp service to begin with and want to add a 60- possibily injured from contact with electricity. Don't
amp subpanel, you'll have to upgrade your main panel become a statistic.
first to allow such a distribution addition.
By,
When adding a subpanel, I suggest adding at least a
12-slot circuit breaker panel. This should provide TAMILVANAN S S, III YEAR, E.E.E
ample room for lighting and general circuits. However,

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HR INTERVIEW - INTERVIEW QUESTIONS FOR FRESHERS

 Tell me about yourself.


 Why should I hire you?
 What are your strengths and weaknesses?
 Why do you want to work at our company?
 What is the difference between confidence and over confidence?
 What is the difference between hard work and smart work?
 How do you feel about working nights and weekends?
 Can you work under pressure?
 Are you willing to relocate or travel?
 What are your goals?
 What motivates you to do good job?
 What makes you angry?
 Give me an example of your creativity.
 How long would you expect to work for us if hired?
 Are not you overqualified for this position?
 Describe your ideal company, location and job.
 What are your career options right now?
 Explain how would be an asset to this organization?
 What are your outside interests?
 Would you lie for the company?
 Who has inspired you in your life and why?
 What was the toughest decision you ever had to make?
 Have you considered starting your own business?
 How do you define success and how do you measure up to your own
definition?
 If you won $10 million lottery, would you still work?
 Tell me something about our company.
 How much salary do you expect?
 Where do you see yourself five years from now?
 On a scale of one to ten, rate me as an interviewer.
 Do you have any questions for me?

By,
SUNDAR BARATH K J L, IV YEAR E.E.E

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GUEST LECTURE

 A Guest Lecture on “Conservation of  Department of EEE organized a


Energy, Environmental Pollution Effects on Guest Lecture on “Improvement of
Climatic Condition and Electrical Safety Energy Efficiency making country
Measures” was conducted by the rich” on 22nd February 2013. Our
Department of EEE on 20th October 2013. resource person was Dr.Richard,
Prof.Hema Latha from Pavai College of Professor from St.Annes College of
Engineering was the eminent person to Institute of Technology, updated the
deliver the lecture and enhance the students with innovative ideas on its
Students knowledge on the Safety recent technology to improve the
Measures. efficiency of Energy.

 A Guest Lecture was arranged by


the Department of EEE on 12th August 2013
on the topic “Various Stages through which  A Guest Lecture was conducted by
India has developed as Super atomic the Department of EEE on 27th
power in the world”. The Resource Person January 2013 on the topic “HVDC &
was Dr.R.Divya Lakshimi, Professor from FACTS”. The Resource Person was
P.S.G.College of Technology. The resource Dr.S.Edward Rajan, Professor from
person in addition to explaining about the
SRM University, Chennai, who
growth of power sector in India, also
encouraged the students to take up jobs in enlightened the students on the
power sector areas. various Transmission Line and
FACTs Devices

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STAFF ACTIVITIES

 Mr.P.Ramanathan, Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Seminar on


“Power quality Improvement using Dynamic Voltage Restorer” on 6th April 2013 at
Jerusalem College of Engineering.
 Mr.M.Gopikrishnan,Assistant Professor of EEE Department presented a Paper on
“Optimal Location of Shunt FACTS Devices for Power Flow Control” on 27th October
2013 at P.S.G College of Technology.
 Mr.B.Vaidianathan,Assistant Professor of EEE Department presented a Paper on “ A
Novel Three Phase Two Switch ZVS,PFC DCM Boost Rectifier” on 8th May 2013 at
Bannari Amman Institute of Technology.
 Faculty Development Programmes organized by EEE Department from
10th – 13th September 2013 on the topic “Microcontroller based Embedded Design”.
Dr.P.Usha Rani, Professor, Jerusalem Engineering College and Mr.A.Sultan Salem,
Professor, Cresent Engineering College were delivered the lecture.

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INDUSTRIAL VISIT

 Our Department students have visited Driescher panicker Switchgear


Limited, Sriperumbudur, Chennai. 0n 12th March 2013. In that big
switchgears, circuitbreakers and HRC fuses, manufacturing and operations
are explained very clearly.
 Similarly we had an opportunity to visit Coco Cola bottling plant,
thirumazhisai, Chennai on 03rd April 2013. There they had a thorough
knowledge on how well equipped and fine designed PLC instruments are used
for Bottling plant and what is automations means.

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MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING

 Bharath University has various Industry institute interaction out of which,


some of the important MOU’s are present such as Chrome Leather Company
limited and JAM Hotels & Resorts Private Limited. All the Mou’s Has been
executed for period of Five Years. This helps the students to have an
internship facility as well as to do projects in the companys.

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PLACEMENT ACTIVITIES
Our students have attended interview for more than 50 companies arranged by the
placement cell and training division, Bharath University. Out of which nearly 90% of
the eligible students are placed in the listed companies. Some of the major recruiters
are given below for the reference.
M/S. NEWT GLOBAL POOL CAMPUS RECRUITMENT DRIVE

DATE PROGRAMME HIGHLIGHTS


09-07-2013 M/s. Newt Global Pool Selection Process :
Campus Recruitment Drive 1. Written Test
2. Group Discussion
3. Technical Interview
4. HR Interview
Compensation offered : Rs. 2,20,000/- PA

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PLACEMENT ACTIVITIES

M/S. IBM INDIA LTD POOL CAMPUS RECRUITMENT DRIVE

DATE PROGRAMME HIGHLIGHTS


06-07-2013 M/S. IBM INDIA LTD – Pool Selection Process :
Campus Drive 1. Group Discussion
2. Aptitude Test
3. HR Interview
4. Technical & Final Interview

Compensation offered : Rs. 2,00,000/-

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PLACEMENT ACTIVITIES

PROGRAMME HIGHLIGHTS
DATE
13-06-2013 M/s. Mahindra Satyam Pool Selection Process :
Campus Recruitment Drive 1. Online Test
(Arts & Science) 2. Technical Interview
3. HR Interview
Compensation offered : Rs. 1,90,000/- PA

M/S. MAHINDRA SATYAM POOL CAMPUS RECRUITMENT DRIVE

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