Expected outcome.
The students will be able to:
i. Identify the criteria for the selection of lamps and lighting systems for an indoor or outdoor space
ii. Perform calculations on photometric performance of light sources and luminaires for lighting design
iii. Evaluate different types of lighting designs and applications

Course Objectives

  • To develop a conceptual basis of electrostatics, magnetostatics, electromagnetic waves
  • To understand various engineering applications of electromagnetic

Expected outcome .

The students will be able to:

  • Analyze fields and potentials due to static charges
  • Explain the physical meaning of the differential equations for electrostatic and magnetic fields
  • Understand how materials are affected by electric and magnetic fields
  • Understand the relation between the fields under time varying situations
  • Understand principles of propagation of uniform plane waves.
  • Be aware of electromagnetic interference and compatibility

Course Objectives

  • To give a brief introduction to human physiology and various instrumentation system for measurement and analysis of physiological parameters

Course Outcome

  • An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for biomedical engineering practice
  • An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility
  • To learn how to serve state and regional industries, hospitals, government agencies, or national and international industries.

Course Objectives:

  •  To provide a strong concept on the compensator design and on advanced control system analysis and design techniques
  • To analyse the behaviour of discrete time systems and nonlinear control systems.

Expected outcome:

  On successful completion, students will have the ability to

  • Design compensators using classical techniques.
  •  Analyse both linear and nonlinear system using state space methods.
  •  Analyse the stability of discrete system and nonlinear system

Nowadays, modern power electronics and drives are used in electrical as well as
mechanical industry. The power converter or power modulator circuits are used with
electrical motor drives, providing either DC or AC outputs, and working from either a
DC (battery) supply or from the conventional AC supply. Here we will highlight the most
important aspects which are common to all types of drive converters.

Course Objectives:-

  • To provide fundamental knowledge in dynamics and control of Electric Drives.
  • To justify the selection of Drives for various applications.
  • To familiarize the various semiconductor controlled drives employing various motors.

Expected outcome:-
The students will be able to select a drive for a particular application. They will familiarize with the various control techniques employed for controlling drives with ac and dc motors.

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Course Objectives
 To enable the students to analyse power systems under normal and abnormal conditions.
 To understand the need for load flow analysis and different methods
 To understand power system modeling
 To understand the need for stability studies and their analysis

Expected outcome 
The students will be able to:
i. Analyse power systems under normal and abnormal conditions.
ii. Carry out load flow studies under normal and abnormal conditions