Electrical & Electronics Engineering


Control Systems & Simulation Lab Electrical Circuits & Simulation LabElectrical Measurements LabElectrical Machines LabPower Electronics & Simulation Lab


Objective :

Principles of electrical circuits and systems. Basic circuit elements (resistance, inductance, mutual inductance, capacitance, independent and dependent controlled voltage, and current sources). Topology of electrical networks; Kirchhoff ’s laws; node and mesh analysis; DC circuit analysis; operational amplifiers; transient and sinusoidal steady-state analysis; AC circuit analysis; first- and second-order circuits; Bode plots; and use of computer simulation software to solve circuit problems.

Laboratory experiments supporting theoretical principles presented in ENGR 2305 involving DC and AC circuit theory, network theorems, time, and frequency domain circuit analysis. Introduction to principles and operation of basic laboratory equipment; laboratory report preparation.

List of Experiments (Click here to view)

Major Equipment :

S.NoEquipment Name
2Regulated Power Supply
3DC Ammeter
4DC Volt Meter
5Multi Meter


Objective :

This laboratory, the students are expected to get hands-on experience in using the basic measuring devices used in electrical engineering and in interpreting the results of measurement operations in terms of the concepts introduced in the first electrical circuits course. Each student will get a thorough understanding of the equipment and concepts.

List of Experiments (Click here to view)

Major Equipment :

S.NoEquipment Name
11-phase energy meter
2Kelvin double bridge.
33-phase reactive power
4Crompton potentiometer
5Maxwell bridge
6Measurement parameter of choke coil
7LVDT kit
8Strain gauge
9Transformer oil kit
10Schering bridge
11Anderson bridge

Electrical Machines lab

Objective :

The objective of the laboratory is to provide the students a chance to put theory into practice. It also encourages the students to troubleshoot the system in organized and established manner. This lab gives the students the first hand chance to get familiar with basic machines which will be useful in power systems and power electronics courses. Besides, the lab instills in the students the awareness and practice of safety.

EM-I LAB  List of Experiments (Click here to view)

EM-II LAB List of Experiments (Click here to view)

Major Equipment :

S.NoEquipment Name
1 Panels for DC motor& Alternator with starters & terminals and fuses
2Alternator coupled to DC shunt motor,3-ph,
3Panel for dc shunt motor and dc shunt generator with starters & terminals and fuses
4DC shunt motor coupled to DC shunt generator,5HP motor,3.5KW g/r
5Panel for shunt motor coupled with shunt generator
6DC shunt motor coupled to DC shunt generator
7Panel for shunt motor series generator
8DC shunt motor coupled to DC series generator,5HP motor,3.7KW g/r
9Panel for shunt motor coupled with compound generator
10DC shunt motor coupled to DC compound generator
11Panel for series motor coupled with series generator
12DC series motor coupled series generator5HP,
13Panels for DC shunt motors with starters& terminals and fuses(3)
14DC shunt motor,5HP,230V,1500rpm
15Panels for DC shunt motors with starters& terminals and fuses(3)
16DC shunt motor,5HP,230V,1500rpm
17Panel for shunt motor with mechanical loading
18DC shunt motor with mechanical loading5HP,
19Panel for dc compound motor
20DC compound motor with mechanical loading, 5HP
21Panel for Synchronous Motor
22Synchronous Motor with mechanical loading arrangement
23Panels for Transformer with Dimmer
24Panels for DC motor& Alternator with starters & terminals and fuses
25DC shunt motor (5HP)coupled to 3KVA separately excited alternator


Objective :

To study the characteristics of various power electronic devices and analyze firing circuits and commutation circuits of SCR.

 To analyze the performance of single–phase and three–phase full– wave bridge converters, single–phase dual converter with both resistive and inductive loads.

 To understand the operation of AC voltage controller and cyclo converter with resistive and inductive loads.

 To understand the working of Buck converter, Boost converter, single–phase bridge inverter and PWM inverter

List of Experiments (Click here to view)

Major Equipment :

S.NoEquipment Name
1Static Characteristics Of SCR, MOSFET, IGBT
2Gate Firing Circuits For SCR
1. R & RC Triggering
2. Basic DC Firing Circuit
3. UJT Triggering
3Single phase modified Series Inverter
41-PH Cyclo-Converter power unit
51-PH Half Controlled Bridge converter power unit.
61- Phase converter Firing Circuit
7Chopper Firing Unit

Control Systems & Simulation Lab

Objective :

Design, practical implementation and evaluation of a control system:

The goal is to gain hands-on experience with the design and implementation of a control system. We will use the discrete-time approach, in which the system to be controlled is modeled both by discretizing an available continuous-time physical model and by using system identification. A systematic, MATLAB-supported design methodology is followed, using a state estimator (observer) and a state-feedback controller.

List of Experiments (Click here to view)

Major Equipment :

S.NoName Equipment
1Time Response of Second Order System study unit.
2Characteristics of Synchros

Synchro transmitter and receiver pair
3Effect of feed back on DC Servo Motor.

Dc servomotor speed torque characteristics study unit
4Effect of P,PID,PID controller on a second order system:PID controller Trainer
5Lag and Lead Compensation – magnitude and phase plot lead lag network study unit.
6Characteristics of Magnetic Amplifier.

Magnetic Amplifier study kit.
7Characteristics of AC Servo Motor.

AC servo motor speed torque characteristics study unit.
8Temperature Controller Using PID
9Transfer Function Of DC Motor consists of DC motor with mechanical loading arrangement- 0.5hp/220v/1500rpm.

Dc motor controller module.

Digital tachometer.
Counselling Code
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