University of Roorkee
Antumn Semester :
EE 401 Protection & Switchgear
This course deals in detail with the working principles and applicat ions of electromechanical relays, static relays, protective system and swit chgears of various types.
EE 403 Control System
This is foundation course and consist of control system components, c ontrol system analysis, nonlinear system analysis and design of controlle rs.
EE 405 Applied Instrumentation
This course includes introduction to instrumentation systems, theory & applications of transducers, controllers used in instrumentation, princi ples of telemetry & telecontrol and end devices in an instrumentation system.
EE 471 Mechanical Equipment in power plant.
A through exposure is mode in the area of power plant engineering inclu ding thermal, diesel, gas, hydro nuclear and power systems. Emphasis is mainly on the operation and maintenance of mechanical equipment in these systems. Besides above subjects, the final year students take two electiv e subjects, one each in autumn and spring semesters, out of the follo wing electives:
|EE||421||High Voltage engineering|
|EE||422||EHV A.C. & D.C.Transmission|
|EE||424||Element of Power System Reliability|
|EE||427||Ultrasonic and Optical Instrumentation|
|EE||431||Microprocessor Interacting and Applications|
|EE||432||Power System Operation and Control|
|EE||433||Power System Planning|
|EE||434||Computer Aided Design of Electrical Apparatus|
|EE||435||Utilization and Traction|
|EE||436||Testing & Commissioning of Electrical Equipment|
|EE||437||Analysis and Processing of Signals|
The Department also offers the following courses to the students of othe r department:
|EE||003||Introduction to Microprocessors|
|EE||316||Pwer Station Practice (Electrical)|
EE 402 Power System II
This is third course on power system and deals with power system contro l, grounding of system neutrals, substation equipment, surge performance inc luding its origin and protection followed by insulation co-ordination.
EE 404 Electric Drives
This is fourth course in the erea of electrical machines and contai ns review of starting & speed control of AC/DC motors, definitions and characteristics of drive systems, multiquadrant operation of motors, el ectromagnitic and solid state control of motors, and estimation of motor ratings.