Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

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About Course

Electrical Engineering Department is established in year 2013 with the intake of 60 seats. The Department is keen to develop environment of study in Power Quality, Renewable Energy Sources, Smart Grids, Power System Operation and Control, Power System Dynamics and Stability, Flexible A. C. Transmission Systems (FACTS) , Electrical Drives and Hybrid Electric Vehicles.To cater the needs of experimentation the department has well-equipped laboratories in the area of Electrical Machines, Control Systems, Microprocessors and Instrumentation & Measurements.The department also owes to take-up the challenges of providing efficient Electrical Systems and Energy Sources. The students are motivated for technical and creative activities besides classroom teaching and Laboratory exercises. They are also encouraged to participate in various group learning and discussion activities in addition to presentation of seminar and group discussion presentations on individual basis. Emphasis is laid on computer based assignments through modeling and simulation of various Electrical Systems in well-equipped laboratories.

There is a Siemens Automation Lab in Electrical Engineering department.Department is a pioneer department for providing Industrial Automation Training in PLC (Programmable Logic Controller), SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition), Motor’s, Drives

Program highlights

  • Highly Qualified and experienced faculties having qualification from reputed institutes of India like IITs, NITs, DTU, BITs, etc.
  • Highly equipped and advanced labs facilities with skill enhancement centre.
  • Skill enhancement trainings for students as well as faculties also.
  • For enhancement and updating  the knowledge of students, half Yearly Publication of Technical E-Magazine Electrospark
  • Mentor-Mentees system to provide helps and support to the students to solve their all types of problems so that student can study in a healthy atmosphere. 
  • Special classes for the preparation of government sectors and GATE exam.
  • Special classes of PDP, Aptitude, Co-Cube, AMCAT and Coding to enhance the employability skills of the students.
  • Placement assistance for private as well as government sectors.
  • Regular Industrial visits, Guest Lectures and Interaction with Alumni to bridge the gap between Industry and academia.
  • Overall grooming of students to provide them encouragement, direction and opportunities for participation in different clubs, Societies, Co/Extra-curricular activities.
  • Orientation session of students for career guidance.

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Vision

To become a well-recognized department in country where technical knowledge, skills & values are integrated for the development of society & industry.

Mission

1. To provide academic excellence in technical education & ethical values through novel teaching methods.

2. To develop an environment which enrich the innovative ideas of students as well as faculty members.

3. To impart skill based trainings that fulfills the gap between industry and academia.

Dr. A.K. Bhardwaj ,
Ph.D (Electrical Engineering)
Head of the Department

Department of Electrical Engineering has been playing a vital role in producing technologists of highest caliber ever since it was established. The department offers Core program in Electrical Engineering at its undergraduate level. Besides the classroom teaching, Guest Lecture, Innovation work is also given specific attention and focus by the Department. Students are always encouraged to write his/her project work in the form of review papers which help during the interview in Corporate as well as in Government Sector. The department is also running Value added Course as Siemens, PLC, SCADA and Human Machine Interface (HMI) on various specialized topics who relate the course with present Industry scenario.

Program Educational Objectives

Programme educational objectives are broad statements that describe the career and professional accomplishments that the programme is preparing graduates to achieve within 4 years after graduation.

After graduation from the MIET in Electrical Engineering program, graduates will:

PEO 1

Pursue their carrier in the field of electrical engineering and allied industries.

PEO 2

Pursue their carrier in higher education in electrical engineering and other professional courses.

PEO 3

Demonstrate the leadership skills and communicate effectively.

PEO 4

Apply their concept in solving engineering problems within realistic constraints such as social, environmental, economical, ethical, health & safety.

PEO 5

Pursue their career as entrepreneur in related or any other field.

 

Program Outcomes (POs)

PO 1 

Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and engg. specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. 

PO 2

Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze engineering problems to arrive at substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural, and engineering sciences.

PO 3

Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components, processes to meet the specifications with consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO 4

Use research-based knowledge including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions. 

PO 5

Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations. 

PO 6

Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal, and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice. 

PO 7

Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development. 

PO 8

 Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice. 

PO 9

Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in teams, and in multidisciplinary settings. 

PO 10

Communicate effectively with the engineering community and with society at large. Be able to comprehend and write effective reports documentation. Make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions. 

PO 11

Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team. Manage projects in multidisciplinary environments. 

PO 12

Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

PSO 1

Apply the knowledge gained during the course of the program from core Electrical courses & other sciences  in Multidisciplinary goals

PSO 2

Apply the Skill gained during the course & Multidisciplinary sciences in particular to identify, formulate and solve real life problems faced in industries or in research work.

PSO 3

Graduate are able to provide optimize technical solutions to complex electrical engineering issues with the application of automated and appropriate techniques for sustainable development.

 

EE- 2nd Year Subjects and Labs Course Outcome

BASIC ELECTRONICS (KOE-038)
  1. Understand the basics concept of semiconductor devices and operational amflifiers.
  2. Understand the construction and working of electronic measurement devices
  3. Apply the concept of semiconductor diodes and BJT in various applications.
  4. Analyze the I-V characteristics of semiconductor devices.
  5. Analyze the applications of Operational Amplifier.
TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION (KAS-301)
  1. Understand the nature and the objective of technical communication relevant for work place as engineers.
  2. utilize the technical writing for the purpose of technical communication and its exposure in various dimensions
  3. imbibe inputs by presentation skills to enhance confidence to face diverse audiences
  4. create the vast know how of the applications of learning to promote their technical competence
  5. enable them to evaluate their efficiency as fluent communicators by learning voice dynamics.
Electromagnetic Field Theory (KEE-301)
  1. To understand basic concepts of vector calculus,Co-ordinate system and related transformations.
  2. To understand the concepts, laws and terminologies related to Electromagnetics.
  3. To understand the concepts of EM wave propogation in different mediums transmission lines and related terminologies.
  4. To apply the concepts of vector calculus, Co-ordinate system and related transformations for solving different problems.
  5. To apply various laws and concepts of Electromagnetics for finding different parameters under different conditions and mediums.
  6. To apply the concepts of EM wave propogation in solving problems related to EM wave transmission.
Electrical Measurements & Instrumentation (KEE-302)
  1. Understand the various concepts and methods used in measurement and related terminologies.
  2. Demonstrate the working of instrument transformers as well as calculate the errors.
  3. Apply the knowledge of sensors and transducers for the measurement of physical quantities
  4. Analyze the methods of measurement of electrical quantities with the help of different types of bridges.
BASIC SIGNALS & SYSTEMS (KEE-303)
  1. Understand the concept and behavior of continuous time and discrete time signals and Systems.
  2. Understand the concept of various transform techniques and modelling of systems.
  3. Apply various transformation tools to solve various problems.
  4. Analyze the concept of state-space models for SISO & MIMO system.
Analog Electronics Lab (KEE351)
  1. Demonstrate the working and characteristics of semiconductor and power electronics devices.
  2. Demonstrate the applications of op-amp IC-741.
  3. Analyze the performance of diodes and transistors in various applications.
  4. Acquire skills to simulate the converter circuits by using Software (MATLAB/Simulink) tool.
Electrical MeasurementS & iNSTRUMENTATION Lab (KEE352)
  1. Demonstrate the calibration of AC voltmeter and ammeter.
  2. Demonstrate the working of instruments to measure various electrical quantities.
  3. Demonstrate the construction and working of different AC and DC bridges, along with their applications.
  4. Simulate different transducers to measure temperature.
ELECTRICAL WORKSHOP LAB (KEE353)
  1. Understand the basics of electrical equipments, their connection and wiring.
  2. Demonstrate the layout of available substation equipments and familiarize the supply system and earthing system.
  3. Apply the skills for various types of electrical wirings/connection.
  4. Apply skills and develop small circuits on PCB.
MINI PROJECT & INTERNSHIP ASSESMENT (KEE354)
  1. relate with hands-on experience on basic Electrical & Electronics elements like resistors, capacitors, diodes, ICs, PCBs etc.
  2. examine fundamentals, design, and analysis of real-world problems.
  3. verify and analyze engineering and societal problem based on their theoretical and practical knowledge
Phython Programming (KNC-302)
  1. To Understand the concepts of python programming.
  2. To Understand the use of python data structures
  3. To apply file handling techniques, Modules, Exception Handling and concepts of OOPS
  4. To analyze searching, sorting, merging, Sieve of Eratosthenes algorithms.
  5. To design the programs using the functions,higher-order functions and recursions
Maths-IV (KAS-402)
  1. Understand the concept of correlation, moments, skewness and kurtosis and curve fitting .
  2. Apply the concept of hypothesis testing and statistical qualitycontrol to create control charts.
  3. Applying the concept of probability to evaluate probability distributions.
  4. Applying the concept of partial differential equations and to solve partial differential equations.
  5. Applying the concept of partial differential equations to evaluate the problems concerned with partial differential equations.
Universal human values (KVE-401)
  1. Understand about the need of value education and harmony in self, family, society and nature.
  2. Understanding of value education to ensure harmony at all the four levels of living.
  3. Analyze about self, feelings in relationship, society and relevance of nature.
  4. Evaluate their participation at all the four levels of living.
  5. Improve their emotional, social and professional competence.
Digital Electronics (KEE-401)
  1. Understand the basic concepts of digital electronics.
  2. Apply the concepts of digital electronics in solving logic based problems.
  3. Analyze digital logic systems and their design.
  4. Design combinational and sequential digital logic systems for different applications.
  5. Design converters,sequences and logic function generators.
Electrical Machines-I (KEE-402)
  1. Understand the constructional details and principle of operation of DC machines, transformers and special electrical motor.
  2. Understand the various principles & concepts involved in Electromechanical Energy conversion.
  3. Demonstrate various connections of three phase transformers.
  4. Analyze the performance and characteristics of DC Machine as motor and as well as generator.
  5. Analyze the performance of transformers, individually and in parallel operation.
Network analysis and Synthesis (KEE-403)
  1. Understand the behavior of different circuits and their response using various circuit analysis tools and theorems
  2. Understand the basics of network synthesis and filters also the concept of complex frequencies and poles zeros
  3. Apply the knowledge of basic electrical laws to solve electric circuits using different approach.
  4. Analyze steady-state responses and transient response of DC and AC circuits using classical and Laplace transform methods.
  5. Synthesize one port networks using different methods.
  6. Examine different types of filters.
Circuit Simulation Lab (KEE-451)
  1. Understand the MATLAB coding and SIMULINK in Power Electronics.
  2. Understand advanced MATLAB tools like neural, fuzzy logic and genetic algorithm.
  3. Apply the concepts & approaches behind analysis of power electronics circuits using MATLAB.
  4. Design solutions to the problems relevant to power electronics converters MATLAB.
Electrical Machines-I Lab (KEE-452)
  1. Demonstrate procedures to perform electromagnetic and electromechanical tests on electrical machines
  2. Determine the magnetization, Load and speed-torque characteristics of electrical machines (using MATLAB software also)
  3. Analyze and conduct basic tests on Transformers.
Digital Electronics Lab (KEE-453)
  1. To understand various digital Ics and their datasheet.
  2. To implement Boolean functions using logic gates on bread board.
  3. To implement various combinational circuits on bread board using different logic Ics.
  4. To verify truth tables of various flip flops using NOR & NAND gates.
  5. To design the 4-bit synchronous counter & asynchronous counter.
  6. To implement mini project using Digital Ics and other components.
Computer system security (KNC-401)
  1. discover software bugs that pose cyber security threats and to explain how to fix the bugs to mitigate such threatS
  2. discover cyber attack scenarios to web browsers and web servers and to explain how to mitigate such threatS.
  3. discover and explain mobile software bugs posing cyber security threats, explain and recreate exploits, and to explain mitigation techniques
  4. articulate the urgent need for cyber security in critical computer systems, networks, and world wide web, and to explain various threat scenarios
  5. articulate the well known cyber attack incidents, explain the attack scenarios, and explain mitigation techniques.

EE - 3rd Year Subjects and Labs Course Outcome

Manegerial Economics RAS-501
  1.  Remember the concepts of managerial economics and also able to understand  the law of demand  & their elasticities , evaluate & analyse these concepts and apply them in various changing situations in industry .
  2. Understand the law of  supply & their elasticities , evaluate & analyse these concepts and apply them in various changing situations in industry . Students would be able to apply various techniques to forecast demand for better utilization of resources. and short run to analyze overall costs for better utilization of resources.
  3. Understand the Various cost concept and how the cost output relationship changes in short run and long run and able to understand the production concept and how the production output changes with the change in inputs and able to analyse the effect of cost to business and their relation to analyze the volatility in  the business world.
  4.  Understand & evaluate the different market structure and their different equilibriums for industry as well as for consumers for the survival in the industry by the application of various pricing strategies.
  5. Analyse the macroeconomic concepts & their relation to micro economic concept & how they affect the business & economy.
Cyber Security RUC 501
  1. Understand the concepts of information system and cyber security.
  2. Understand different security threats.
  3. Understand the requirements for developing secure Information systems.
  4. Understand the information security policies and standards .
  5. Apply different Cryptographic techniques.
Electrical Machines-II (REE-501)
  1. Understand the constructional details and starting of AC Machines and their application areas.
  2. Apply the concepts of various phenomenon associated with AC Machines.
  3. Examine the concepts of controlling the performance of AC Machines.
  4. Analyze the performance of AC Machines by various methods
Power Transmission & Distribution (REE-502)
  1. Understand the basics of power system and related issues.
  2. Apply the concepts of power system to find the various transmission line constants.
  3. Analyze the performance of overhead transmission lines and underground cables for power transmission.
  4. Analyze mechanical and electrical design aspects of transmission system.
CONTROL SYSTEM (REE-503)
  1. Understand the basic concepts of control system.
  2. Apply mathematical models to calculate the transfer functions of a system.
  3. Apply various concepts to find the time response of systems, steady state errors and dynamic error constants.
  4. Apply skills to find the stability using modern techniques for transfer function .
  5. Analyze the system using compensation techniques.
  6. Analyze the time response and stability conditions of first order and second order systems with their error constants.
POWER SYSTEM OPTIMIZATION (REE-051)
  1. After completion of this lab student will be able to
  2. Uuderstand the basics of optimization techiniques and genetic algorithim for power system.
  3. Apply different optimization techniques to solve power system problems.
  4. Apply optimization using genetic algorithim for power system problem.
FUNDAMENTAL OF DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING (REE-053)
  1. Understand the concept of different types of signals and its conversion
  2. Understand the concept of decimation and interpolation with its application
  3. Analyze the different parameters of DFTs, FFTs, DCTs and LTI system
  4. Analyze the various Filter Design Techniques and their utilities.
  5. Analyze the types of window technique and its conversion
ELECTRICAL MACHINES-II LAB (REE-551)
  1. Understand the constructional details and starting of AC Machines
  2. Demonstrate the controlling of AC Machines.
  3. Apply the concepts for testing of AC Machines.
  4. Analyze the performance of AC Machines by various methods (hardware and software)
Control Systems Lab (REE-553)
  1. Apply the concepts of stability in time and frequency response with various techniques along with P, PI, PID controllers.
  2. Apply knowledge to find the time response of first and second order systems, steady state errors and dynamic error constants.
  3. Evaluate system performance using software tools(MATLAB).
  4. Study position control and behaviour of the system.
  5. Demonstrate the performance of servo voltage stabilizer at various loads.
S/W BASED PS LAB REE-554
  1. Understand the concepts & approaches behind analysis of power system network using software tools.
  2. Develop proper mathematical models and relevant code for analysis of power system problems in MATLAB.
  3. Analyze the MATLAB results and correlating them with the practical power sytem.
Seminar-I REE 555
  1. Develop Presentation Skill.
  2. Develop Communication Skill.
  3. Understands Argumentative skill and critical thinking.
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT RAS601
Sociology RAS 602
  1. Understand nature scope & importance of Industrial Sociology
  2. Understand grievance procedure & comprehend the code of discipline & standing orders.
  3. To comprehend visualizing the future through models of industrialization
  4. Analyze the causes,consequences,obstacles & limitations of industrialization.
POWER ELECTRONICS REE-601
  1. Understand the basic concepts of various power semiconductor devices.
  2. Understand the commutation, gate-triggering and protection techniques for thyristors.
  3. Understand the basic operation, design of power electronic converters and their control strategies.
  4. Apply the concept of power electronic converters to perform AC/DC, DC/DC, AC/AC and DC/AC conversions.
  5. Compare the characteristics of power semiconductor devices to select an appropriate device by assessing the requirements of applicati
  6. Analyze the performance of power electronic converters with various types of loads.
Microprocessor REE-602
  1. Relate concepts of digital electronics with Microprocessor.
  2. Understand the basics of microprocessors, their instruction sets and different peripheral devices.
  3. Understand about structure of programs.
  4. Understand the concept of Timer, Interrupt, I/O Port interfacing with 8085 AND 8086 Microprocessor.
  5. Apply the basic concepts of assembly language programming to write a program for a given problem.
Power Systems Analysis REE603
  1. Understand basics of power system, its transient behaviour and different fault conditions.
  2. Understand concepts of stability and travelling waves.
  3. Apply the concepts of symmetrical components, stability, load flows and travelling waves in power system analysis.
  4. Analyze symmetrical components in unbalanced power system.
  5. Analyze factors affecting stability of the transmission line and methods of improvement.
  6. Analyze the load flow solution using different methods
High Voltage Engineering REE-063
  1. Understand the basic concepts of breakdown in gases,liquids and solid dielectrics.
  2. Understand the basics of generation and measurement of high voltages and currents.
  3. Understand the testing of various high voltage equipments.
  4. Apply the concepts used for the measurement and testing of high voltages and currents.
SPECIAL ELECTRIC MACHINES REE-064
  1. Understand the basic concepts of different types of induction motors.
  2. Understand the basic concepts of different types of special motors.
  3. Analyze the characteristics and parameters of different types of induction motors.
  4. Analyze the characteristics and parameters of different types of special motors.
POWER ELECTRONICS Lab REE661
  1. Analyze the characteristics and triggering of power electronic devices.
  2. Acquire skills to simulate the power converter circuits by using Software tools.
  3. Analyze the operation of power controlled converter circuits with various types of load.
Microprocessor Lab REE662
  1. Demonstrate the basics of digital computer and Hardware setups of 8085.
  2. Apply programming skills to perform different arithmetic & logical operations in assembly language of 8- bit
  3. Apply programming skill to interface ICs with 8-bit microprocessor.
ELECTRICAL DESIGN & FABRICATION Lab REE664
  1. Understand working of various components used in electrical circuits.
  2. Apply the knowledge gained for the functioning of small electrical components and circuits.
  3. Analyze the various characteristics of electrical components and circuits.
  4. Assemble & Design small electrical components and circuits.
Seminar-II REE 655
  1. Develop Presentation Skill.
  2. Develop Communication Skill.
  3. Understands Argumentative skill and critical thinking.

EE- 4th Year Subjects and Labs Course Outcome

CLOUD COMPUTING ROE-073
  1. Understand the main concepts, definition ,key technologies, advantages and limitations of cloud computing.
  2. Understand the technologies that help in the development of cloud like virtualization, Web services etc.
  3. Analyze the architecture of cloud to build the ability to use services of storage and compute.
  4. Explain the core issues of cloud computing such as resource management and security.
  5. Implement various solutions on cloud with the various emerging technologies
UTILIZATION OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY AND TRACTION (REE-071)
  1. Understand the basic concept of electric heating, welding, traction and electrolysis.
  2. Understand the basic concept of illumination and lighting systems
  3. Understand the basics of air-conditioning and refrigeration.
  4. Apply the principles of power electronic control of drives in electric traction.
INTRODUCTION TO SMART GRID (REE-072)
  1. Understand the basics of smart grid and its elements.
  2. Understand the power quality issues and conditioners for smart grids.
  3. Understand the basics of microgrids and distributed renewable energy sources.
  4. Understand about the integration of renewable energy sources and power quality standards.
  5. Analyze the performance of smart grid elements and technologies.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY & CONSERVATION (REE-076)
  1. Understand the basic ideas of energy conservation in different sectors.
  2. Understand the Energy audit procedure in different systems
  3. Understand the plan and implement procedure of Demand Side Management.
  4. Understand the voltage and reactive power requirement including power factor correction in distribution system
  5. Apply the use of energy efficient appliances for energy conservation.
ELECTRIC DRIVES (REE-701)
  1. Understand the basics of electric drives and their operation.
  2. Apply the concept of electric drive to study the dyamics of drives and their operation.
  3. Apply the concept of power electronics to control the electric drives.
  4. Distinguish suitable motor rating for operation of drive.
POWER SYSTEM PROTECTION (REE-702)
  1. Understand the concepts and components of protection system & different protection schemes.
  2. Apply the basic concepts of protective schemes to calculate the various parameters.
  3. Apply the concept of arc formation and extinction.
  4. Analyze the characteristics and applications of various relays and circuit breakers.
INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION AND PLC LAB (REE-751)
  1. Course Outcome (COs)
  2. After completion of this lab student will be able to
  3. Understand the requirement, configuration and hardware connection and working of PLC and DCS.
  4. Understand the basic tools of Ladder Programming for Automation Problems
  5. Understand the working of different function block in DCS.
  6. Identify, formulate and solve the complex automation problems using PLC and DCS
POWER SYSTEM LAB (REE-752)
  1. Determine the negative and zero sequence reactance of an alternator
  2. Uderstand the operation of different types of relay.
  3. Work on transmission line for finding fault in cable through cable fault locator.
  4. Explain the operation of oil testing in transformer
INDUSTRIAL TRAINING REE-753
  1. Generate a report based on the experiences and projects carried out with the ability to apply knowledge of Mathematics, Science, and Engineering
  2. Demonstrate competency in relevant engineering fields through problem identification, formulation and solution.
  3. Effectively implement skills in communication, in writing and using multimedia tools.
  4. Develop the ability to work as an individual and in group with the capacity to be a leader or manager as well as an effective team member.
  5. Master the professional and ethical responsibilities of an engineer.
Project-1 REE-754
  1. Identify a problem of current relevance to electrical engineering, allied/multidisciplinary areas and society.
  2. Formulate, analyze and solve the problem by using engineering knowledge and modern tools.
  3. Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics.
  4. Work in a group and develop a system that can be helpful in social welfare and enviornment.
  5. Acquire skills of technical presentation and writing of a project report.
  6. Develop confidence, engineering and managerial skills to take up a project, research or socialactivity.
RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES ROE-
  1. Understand the different non conventional sources and the power generation techniques to generate electrical energy
  2. understanding of various possible mechanisms about renewable energy projects
  3. understand other direct energy conversion systems like magneto hydrodynamics, thermoelectric and fuel cells.
  4. Apply engineering techniques to build solar, wind, tidal, geothermal, biofuel, fuel cell.
INTRODUCTION TO POWER QUALITY (REE-081)
  1. Understand the basics of power quality in electrical network
  2. Describe the sources and the severity of voltage sag, voltage swell, transients and harmonics.
  3. Understand and compare the protection devices or methods used to overcome the Voltage Sag, Transient, Over voltages and harmonics.
  4. Understand the basics of FACT devices
  5. Select a suitable FACTS controller for a given power flow condition
EHVAC&DC TRANSMISSION REE085
  1. Understand the basics of EHVAC, DC transmission and related problems.
  2. Understand the designing of EHV lines and high voltage testing techniques.
  3. Understand the protection methods for power quality issues in EHVDC transmission.
  4. Apply the principles of power electronic converters in EHV DC transmission.
POWER THEFT AND ENERGY MANAGEMENT (REE-086)
  1. Understand the basic ideas of energy demand and supply with theft in different sectors
  2. Understand the Energy audit procedure in different systems.
  3. Understand the plan and implement procedure of Demand Side Management.
  4. Understand the electrical load and lighting management at different platform
  5. Apply the use of energy efficient appliances for energy conservation.
GD & Seminar REE 851
  1. Develop Presentation Skill.
  2. Develop Communication Skill.
  3. Understands argumentative skill and critical thinking.
  4. Develop group/team work skill
Project REE 852
  1. Identify a problem of current relevance to electrical engineering, allied/multidisciplinary areas and society.
  2. Formulate, analyze and solve the problem by using engineering knowledge and modern tools.
  3. Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics.
  4. Work in a group and develop a system that can be helpful in social welfare and enviornment.
  5. Acquire skills of technical presentation and writing of a project report.
  6. Develop confidence, engineering and managerial skills to take up a project, research or socialactivity.

Faculty

faculty
Dr. A.K. Bhardwaj
Designation Professor (Head of the Department)
Graduation B.Tech (Electrical Engineering)
Post graduation M.Tech (Energy & Environment Management)
Doctorate Ph.D (Electrical Engineering)
Teaching experience 21 years
Industrial experience 14 years
Research experience 8 years
Email id anil.bhardwaj@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Energy Management and Forecasting, Networks & systems/circuit theory, Power Electronics, Advance Power Electronics, Industrial Power electronics, Basic Electrical Machines
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Dr. Sunil Kumar Goel
Designation Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Doctorate Ph.D 
Teaching experience 21 years
Industrial experience 10 years
Research experience Nil
Email id sunil.goel@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Basic Electrical Engineering,Electrical Machines & Power System
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Gaurav Srivastava
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.TECH
Post graduation M.TECH (Power Electronics & Drives)
Teaching experience 11 YEARS
Email id gaurav.shrivastava@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Basic Electrical Engg. Power Electronics & Drivesame
faculty
Kanika Goel
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (Electrical and Electronics Engg.)
Post graduation M.Tech(Power System)
Teaching experience 6.5 YEARS
Email id kanika.goel@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Power system, Networks, Control system.
faculty
Ashok Kumar Rajput
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech. (Electrical Engineering)
Post graduation M.Tech. (Power Electronics & Drives)
Doctorate Pursuing
Teaching experience 21 Years
Email id ashok.rajput@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Electrical Machines & Power Electronics
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Anjali Rana
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (Electrical and Electronics Engg.)
Post graduation M.Tech (Power System)
Teaching experience 8 years
Email id anjali.rana@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Power Systems, Renewable energy resources, Microgrid/Smartgrid
faculty
Nidhi Agarwal
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (Electrical Engineering)
Post graduation M.E.(Instrumentation & Control) with Honors
Teaching experience 11 years
Email id nidhi.agarwal@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Control & Automation, Soft Computing, Power Electronics & Drives
faculty
Avinash Kumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (EN)
Post graduation M.Tech (Power System)
Teaching experience 12 years
Industrial experience 1 year
Email id chauhan.avinash01@gmail.com
Area of interest Power system
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Shweta Shukla
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech.
Post graduation M.Tech 
Teaching experience 15 YEARS
Teaching experience 6 months
Email id shweta.shukla@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Power system, solar energy, Drives
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Puneet Kumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech in EN (UPTU)
Post graduation M.Tech in EE Spec. PED (NIT,KKR)
Teaching experience 9 years
Email id puneet.kumar@miet.ac.in
puneet039@gmail.com
Area of interest Power Electronics & Drives
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Mr. Vipin Kumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.E( Power System )
Teaching experience 6.5 years
Email id vipin.kumar.ee@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Power System, Machines & Control System
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Mr. SHYAMSUNDAR
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech in Electrical & Electronics Engineering from GEU-Dehradun
Post graduation M.E in Power System from NIT-Jamshedpur
Teaching experience 6 years
Email id shyam.sunder@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Renewable energy, Hybrid Energy System, Application of Power Electronics, Power System
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Dr. Ramesh Chandra Chourasia
Designation Associate Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.E
Doctorate Ph.D
Teaching experience 12 years
Industrial experience 1 year
Email id ramesh.chourasia@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Power System
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Mr Lokendra Kumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (Electrical Engineering) From U.P Technical, Lucknow
Post graduation M.Tech ( Power System) From Deenbandhu ChhotuRam University of Science and Technology , Sonipat, Haryana
Doctorate Pursuing 
Teaching experience 11 years
Email id Lokendra.Kumar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Power System,Renewable Energy, Radial Distribution System
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Mr ANKUR KUMAR
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Teaching experience 7 years
Email id ankur.kumar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest NETWOKS
faculty
Mr SUMIT KUMAR SINGH
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B. Tech (Electrical & Electronics Engineering from UPTU)
Post graduation M.Tech ( Alternate Hydro Energy System from IIT ROORKEE)
Teaching experience 5.5 years
Industrial experience 1.5 years
Email id sumit.singh@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Renewable energy, Electrical machines, Power Systems
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A RUPESH KUMAR
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation Saint Theresa institute of engineering and technology VIZIANAGARAM ( Andhra Pradesh)
Post graduation National institute of technology Hamirpur (Himachal Pradesh)
Teaching experience 2 years
Industrial experience nill
Email id rupesh.kumar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Electrical machines , power systems, networks
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Bhupender Sharma
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (EEE)
Post graduation M.Tech (EEE)
Teaching experience 7 years
Research experience 1 year
Email id Bhupender.sharma@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Multilevel Inverters/Converters, Renewable Energy Systems, Smart grid & Electric vehicles, Power quality issues
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Hitendra Kumar Singh
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech. (Electrical Engg.) JSSATE Noida, U.P.
Post graduation M.Tech (Power Electronics & Drives) KNIT Sultanpur, U.P. (An U.P. State Govt. Autonomous Engg. College)
Teaching experience 7 years
Research experience Nill
Email id hitendra.kumar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Multilevel Inverters/Converters, Renewable Energy Systems, Smart grid & Electric vehicles, Power quality issues
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Laboratories

Electrical Engineering Lab Electrical Engineering lab caters to the needs of first year students of all batches. This lab houses all the experiments such as different network theorems verification, speed control of different machines, load test on different machines & transformer,Resonance in R-L-C ckt. which illustrate the basic theory related to Electrical Engineering and gives in depth practical knowledge of the electrical machines & equipments.

Electrical Measurement Lab In Electrical Measurement lab, various parameters (e.g. Temperature, pressure, capacitance, Resistance etc.) are analyzed and measured with help of different modules (AC&DC Bridges). This lab is very essential part of Engineering.There are a number of equipments like… Measurement of low resistance by Kelvin’s double bridge, Measurement of inductance by Maxwell’s bridge,Hay’s bridge,Anderson’s bridge,Measurement of capacitance by Owen’s bridge,De Sauty bridge,Schering bridge,Measurement of phase difference and frequency of a sinusoidal ac voltage using C.R.O.

Control System Lab The laboratory is equipped with a large number of state-of-the-art machines, that assist the educational job as well as the research work of the lab. Every year new tools are added to increase our capabilities. There are a no.of equipments such as....Torque-speed measurement systems (DC-generator/DC-motor and AC-generator/DC-motor) ,Servomechanism setup , Determination of transfer function of DC Servomotor, Determination of transfer function of AC Servomotor, Analog simulation of Type - 0 and Type – 1 systems, Determination of transfer function of DC Generator ,Determination of transfer function of DC Motor, Stability analysis of linear systems, DC and AC position control systems, Stepper motor control system, Digital simulation of first order systems, Digital simulation of second order systems.

Network Lab In Network Lab we analyse different electrical circuits by making their connections using theorems. This lab is very essential part of Electrical Engineering in which students are made familiar with the electrical connections, how they are made and practically how circuit gives response. The students analyse the response with the help of different network theorems such as Superposition theorem,Thevenin’s theorem,Norton’s theorem,Maximum power transfer theorem etc,Transient response of current in RL,RC,RLC ckt, Tellegin’s theorem.

Electrical Machine Lab This lab fulfill the requirements EMEC-I, EMEC-II and EMAC (ME) engineering students of IInd- IIIrd year students. This lab contain the experiments like sumpner’s test for testing of transformer, V-curve of Synchronous motor, load test on the DC motor & generator, synchronization panel for alternators, single phase induction motor ,power factor improvement panel,no-load & blocked rotor test of 3-phase induction motor.

The lab also contains a D.C. Source of 250V/30A for smooth conduction of the experiments in the lab.

POWER ELECTRONICS LAB The power electronics lab enhances the Electrical Engineering students by providing them a better understanding of the concepts and working of advanced power semiconductor devices and power electronics circuits.
This lab also provides a platform for students to make and test their minor  and major projects, multi-disciplinary design.
In this lab students understand and analyze the operation of controlled rectifiers, choppers, inverters, characteristics of different types of power electronic devices, and applications of power electronic circuits.
This lab has oscilloscopes, signal generators, multimeters, soldering stations, LCR meters, and power electronic modules to carry out experiments. 

Measurement lab For define the Physical & electrical quantities, unit & their standards is necessary. Measurement lab student learn about A.C & D.C bridges CRO applications & function generator . Its lab also represent the advancement of CRO application, DSO (digital storage oscilloscope).

Instrumentation Lab In Instrumentation industry interfacing of different device is necessary, for amplification of our signal instrumentation amplifier have major role. In this lab students learn about Instrumentation amplifier , sampling theorem ,their reconstruction , ADC ,DAC ,different type of transducer & their characteristics such as strain gauge ,piezoelectric transducer, pressure & inductive transducer. This lab also helpful in analysis of low level signal which is used in biomedical application.

 

Achievements

  • B.Tech(EE ) final year student Ansh Gupta, Roll No-1606820006, secured the First position in "National Engineering Olympiad 2.0".
  • One of the students of department of Electrical Engineering, “Atul Kumar Singh” secured 4th rank in AKTU, session 2018-2019.
  • The department of Electrical Engineering has been trained approximate 1500 students in PLC, SCADA & Electric Drives till now.
  • Also along with students the department of Electrical Engineering has been trained more than 30 faculties in PLC, SCADA & Electric Drives till now.
  • Students of Electrical Engineering department secured prestigious positions in Dr. Abdul kalam sports fest-2017 and 2018 and 2019 at state level and zonal level as well.
  • Students of Electrical Engineering department participated in various technical events even prestigious colleges of our countries like IITS and secured various positions in inter and intera college technical competitions.
  • Students got certification in different technical courses from NPTEL, PCB fabrication by CPLD.
  • A large no of students participated in various cultural events activities like rangotsav, akshay jyoti, shankhnaad etc. at college level and got 1st, 2nd & 3rd positions.
  • Students also qualified and scored very good marks in the prestigious engineering aptitude test (GATE).
  • Students of Electrical Engineering department got placement in various prestigious multinational companies like BOSCH, TCS etc.
  • Faculties of Electrical Engineering department have been published Research papers in various reputed national and international conferences/Journals.
  • Faculties of Electrical Engineering department got certification in different technical courses from NPTEL.

Events

Department of Electrical Engineering organised a guest lecture on, "introduction of current and potential transformer", delivered by Er. Dinesh Kumar quality control Engg. & Er. Nitin Sharma Plant head, Heptacare Power Industries Pvt. Ltd. 06/March/2020.

Electrical department E- magzine "ELECTROSPARK" inaugural event

Aptitude Class

Department of electrical engineering organized a guest lecture on "Electrical Machines" delivered by Er. Ankit Goyal.

Department of electrical engineering organised a guest lectures on transformer delivered by Er. Pankaj kumar gupta MD of M/s A. Powertech Electricals Pvt. Ltd. On 12 feb 2019.

FDP ON SIEMENS FROM 28/JAN/2020-01/FEB/2020

Two Days Faculty Development Programme on "MATLAB” during 12th June to 13th June, 2019

 

JOURNAL

S.NO. NAME OF AUTHOR/FACULTY TITLE OF PAPER NAME OF JOURNAL ISBN/ISSN NUMBER Month and Year OF PUBLICATION
1 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Electric Power Demand Forecasting: A Case Study of Lucknow City Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology ISSN: 2040-7467 2011
2 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Electricity Market Price Forecasting Using Support vector Machines International Journal of Computer Aided Engineering and Technology (I.J.C.A.E.T.), Inder Science Publishers (United Kingdom), DOI: 10.1504/IJCAET ISSN: 1757-2665 2011
3 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj A Case Study of Improved Water Mill Using Power Electrinics Devices for Offgrid Power Generation Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology ISSN: 2040-7467 2014
4 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Design Optimization Of Optical Wireless Communication (Owc) Focusing On Light Fidelity (Li-Fi) Using Optical Code Division Multiple Access (Ocdma) Based On Carbon Nanotubes (Cnts) International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering and Technology (IJARET)
Thomson Reuter's Researcher ID D-2489-2016
ISSN: 0976 –6480
ISSN: 0976 – 6499
2014
5 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Optical Code Division Multiple Access using Carbon Nanotubes System International Journal of Electronics and Communication Engineering & Technology (IJECET)
Thomson Reuter's Researcher ID H-9822-2016
ISSN: 0976 – 6464
ISSN: 0976 – 6472
2014
6 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Overview of Carbon Nanotubes(CNTS) Novel of Application as Microelecronics, Optical Communications, Biological, Biomedicine and Biosensing International Journal of Advance Research Engineering & Technology (IJARET)
Thomson Reuter's Researcher ID D-2489-2016
ISSN: 0976 – 6480
ISSN: 0976 – 6499
2014
7 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Study Of Power Flow And Transmission Capacity In Multi Phase Transmission Lines International Journal of Electrical Engineering & Technology (IJEET)
Thomson Reuter's Researcher ID H-9833-2016
ISSN: 0976 – 6545
ISSN: 0976 – 6553
2014
8 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Automatic Generation Control Of Thermal Generating Unit By Using Conventional And Intelligent Controller International Journal of Electrical Engineering & Technology (IJEET)
Thomson Reuter's Researcher ID H-9833-2016
ISSN: 0976 – 6545
ISSN: 0976 – 6553
2014
9 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Analysis and Design Resonant Converter as Constant Current Source for Capacitor Charging International Journal of Electronics and Communication Engineering & Technology (IJECET),
Thomson Reuter's Researcher ID H-9822-2016
ISSN: 0976 – 6464
ISSN: 0976 – 6472
2014
10 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Enhancement of Static & Dynamic Response of the Three Phase Induction Motor Under the Effect of the External Disturbances and Noise by Using Hybrid Fuzzy-PID Controller International Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology (IJEET)
Thomson Reuter's Researcher ID H-9833-2016
ISSN: 0976 – 6545
ISSN: 0976 – 6553
2014
11 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Enhancement of Static & Dynamic Response of the three Phase Induction Motor under the Effect of the External Disturbances and Noise by using Hybrid Fuzzy-Genetic Controller International Journal of Advance Research Engineering & Technology (IJARET)
Thomson Reuter's Researcher ID D-2489-2016
ISSN: 0976 – 6480
ISSN: 0976 – 6499
2014
12 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Enhance Speed of Brushless SEDC Motor by Using PID Controller, Neuro- Fuzzy Logic Controller International Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology (IJEET)
Thomson Reuter's Researcher ID H-9833-2016
ISSN: 0976 – 6545
ISSN: 0976 – 6553
2014
13 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Comparison and Analysis of Soft Switching Technique for Three and Five Level DC - DC Converter International Journal of Advance Research Engineering & Technology (IJARET)
Thomson Reuter's Researcher ID D-2489-2016
ISSN: 0976 – 6480
ISSN: 0976 – 6499
2014
14 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Automatic Generation Control of Reheat Thermal Generating Unit through Conventional and Intelligent Technique International Journal of Advance Research Engineering & Technology (IJARET)
Thomson Reuter's Researcher ID D-2489-2016
ISSN: 0976 – 6480
ISSN: 0976 – 6499
2014
15 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Modeling and Simulation of DFIG to Grid Connected Wind Power Generation Using MATLAB International Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology (IJEET)
Thomson Reuter's Researcher ID H-9833-2016
ISSN: 0976 – 6545
ISSN: 0976 – 6553
2015
16 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Transient Analysis And Modeling of Wind Generator During Power & Grid Voltage Drop International Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology (IJEET)
Thomson Reuter's Researcher ID H-9833-2016
ISSN: 0976 – 6545
ISSN: 0976 – 6553
2015
17 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj AGC in Four Area Interconnected Power System of Thermal Generating Unit through Evolutionary Technique Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology
Maxwell Scientific Organization
ISSN: 2040-7467 2015
18 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Fault Analysis and HVDC Power Transmission Using VSC Technique Integrated With Wind Turbine Grid System International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management (IJAIEM)
Thomson Reuter's Researcher ID N-6095-2015
ISSN: 2319–4847 2015
19 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Automatic Generation Control of Thermal Generating Unit using Evolutionary Controller International Journal of Advanced Intelligence Paradigms (IJAIP), Inder Science Publishers (United Kingdom), Impact Factor:Not Given, Indexed In: SCOPUS ( ELSEVIER) DOI: 10.15676/ijeei.2015.7.4.3 2015
20 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Analyze the Effect of Power Turbine in Transmission System for Wind Energy International Journal of Current Engineering and Technology
Thomson Reuter's Researcher ID  B-9288-2017
ISSN 2277 – 4106
ISSN 2347 – 5161
2015
21 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Performance Analysis of Voltage Sag Compensation to Less Fault Current Interruption by DVR International Journal of Current Engineering and Technology
Thomson Reuter's Researcher ID  B-9288-2017
ISSN 2277 – 4106
ISSN 2347 – 5161
2015
22 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Improve DC-DC Resonant Converter Efficiency by Fuzzy Logic Controller International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Management
Thomson Reuter'sResearcher ID M-7673-2016
ISSN: 2277-5528 2015
23 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Automatic Generation Control in Four Area Interconnected Power System of Thermal Generating Unit through Evolutionary Technique International Journal on Electrical Engineering and Informatics (IJEEI)
Scopus (SJR 2015)
DOI: 10.15676/ijeei.2015.7.4.3 2015
24 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Design Control System of an Aircraft International Journal of Electrical Engineering & Technology (IJEET)
Thomson Reuter's Researcher ID H-9833-2016
ISSN : 0976-6545
ISSN : 0976-6553
2016
25 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Automatic Number Plate Recognition: An Approach International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management
Thomson Reuter's Researcher ID N-6095-2015
ISSN 2319 – 4847 2017
26 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Stability of Air Craft Control International Journal of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Scopus (SJR 2015)
ISSN 2085-6830 2018
27 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj AN ANALYSYS OF AIR FLIGHT SYSTEMS International Journal of Quality Engineering and Technology
SCOPUS ( ELSEVIER)
ISSN 1757-2185
ISSN 1757-2177
2018
28 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Multi Objective Response Optimization of Electric-Discharge Diamond Drilling of Inconel718 using Robust Design of Experiment Chinese Journal of Mechanical Engineering
SCOPUS, Science Citation Index (SCI) SCImago Journal Rank(SJR)
ISSN‎: ‎1000-9345 2018
29 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj DC-DC Parallel Resonant Converter For Capacitor Charging International Journal of Advance Research in Science and Engineering ISSN 2319-8354 2018
30 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Automatic Generation Control of Thermal Generating Unit by using Various Technique International Journal of Advance Research in Science and Engineering ISSN 2319-8354 2018
31 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj A Load Forecasting Approach for Capital of Uttar Pradesh The Allahabad Farmer Journal ISSN: 0971-9075 2012
32 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Performance Evaluation of Multiphase Transmission Line International Journal of Advance Research in Science and Engineering ISSN: 2319-1120 2014
33 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Speed Control of Three Phase Induction Motor using Space Vector PWM Method International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering ISSN : 2320 – 3765,
ISSN: 2278 – 8875,
2015
34 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj To Design an Aircraft Control System IOSR Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, ISSN: 2278-1676,
ISSN: 2320-3331
2016
35 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Design Optimization of Optical Communication Systems Using Carbon Nanotubes (CNTS) Based on Optical Code Division Multiple Access International Journal of Electronics and Communication Engineering ISSN: 2278-9901
ISSN: 2278-991
2014
36 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Enhancing the Control of Iraqi Power System Using FACTS Devices and Renewable Energy with MATLAB Simulation International Journal of Modern Engineering Research (IJMER), ISSN: 2249–6645 2014
37 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Steady State Operation and Control of Power Distribution System in Distributed Generation, International Journal of Innovative Research In Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation And Control Engineering, ISSN2321 – 2004,
ISSN  2321 – 5526
2014
38 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Analysis of Induction Motor with die cast rotor International Journal of Innovative Research In Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation And Control Engineering, ISSN  2321 – 2004
ISSN 2321 – 5526
2014
39 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Investigation of Multi Phase Power Transmission System With Thyristor Controlled Series Capacitor International Journal of Innovative Research In Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation And Control Engineering, ISSN: 2321 – 2004
ISSN: 2321 – 5526
2014
40 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Simulation of a Robust Low Cost Electric Propulsion System for Daily Commuter Vehicles  International Journal of Informative & Futuristics Research, ISSN : 2347-1697 2014
41 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Enhancement of Static & Dynamic Response of the Three Phase Induction Motor under the effect of the external disturbances and noise by using Fuzzy-Genetic controller,  International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Technology,  ISSN 2319-8885 2013
42 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Improved Designing of Optical Fiber Communication System with Carbon Nanotubes (Cnts) based Optical Code Division Multiple Access  International Journal of Electronics, Communication & Instrumentation Engineering Research and Development (IJECIERD ISSN: 2249-684X,
ISSN  2249-7951
2013
43 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj A Traditional Approach to solve Economic load Dispatch Problem of Thermal Generationg Unit Using MATLAB Programming, International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT), ISSN: 2278-0181 2013
44 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Power Quality Improvement Performance Using Hybrid (Solar Wind) Energy for Distributed Power Generation, International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer and Communication Engineering, ISSN: 2319-5940
ISSN : 2278-1021
2013
45 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Preparing carbon Nanotubes (CNTS) for Optical System Applications International Journal of Nanotechnology and Application (IJNA), ISSN: 2277-4777
ISSN:2278-9391
2013
46 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Interconnected Air Craft Control Design with Stability of Air Craft Global Journal of Advanced Engineering Technologies, ISSN: 2277-6370 2013
47 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Active Power Control in Doubly Fed Induction Generator by Using PID Control Technique,  International Journal of Electronics Communication and Computer Engineering, ISSN: 2249–071X
ISSN: 2278–4209
2013
48 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Enhancement of stability and accuracy of the SEDC Motor under the effect of the external disturbances and noise by using Fuzzy- Genetic controller,   International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Technology, ISSN: 2319-8885 2013
49 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Enhancement of stability and accuracy of the SEDC Motor under the effect of the external disturbances and noise by using Fuzzy- Neuro Controller International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Technology ISSN: 2319-8885 2013
50 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Enhancement of stability and accuracy of the SEDC Motor under the effect of the external disturbances and noise by using Fuzzy controller Based on PSO International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Technology ISSN: 2319-8885 2013
51 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Modelling and Simulation of Three Phase Grid Connected Power Generation Using PV System, International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing IJESC , ISSN:2321 -3361 2016
52 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Performance Analysis of DFIG based Wind Turbine using Back to Back Converter International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, ISSN : 2320 – 3765
ISSN : 2278 – 8875
2016
53 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Comparison of GTO and MOSFET in Three Phase 12-Pulse Controlled Convertor, International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing IJESC , ISSN-2321 -3361
ISSN 2250 -1371
2016
54 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Analysis and Comparison of Capacitor Diode Voltage Multiplier Fed with a High Frequency and a Low Frequency Voltage Source International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer and Communication Engineering, ISSN : 2278-1021 2016
55 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Interconnected System for Grid Stability with PI and Fuzzy-PID Controller, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science Engineering and Technology, ISSN: 2319-8753
ISSN : 2347-6710
2016
56 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Three Area Power System Control System Design Using PSO with PID for Load Frequency Control nternational Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering ISSN: 2278-6856 2016
57 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Automatic Load Frequency Control Of Three Area Power Systemusing Ann Controller With Parallel Ac/Dc Link  International Journal of EMERGING TRENDS & TECHNOLOGY IN Computer SCIENCE, ISSN:2278-1021
ISSN: 2319 5940
2016
58 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Design Remote Power Control I/O Data Acquisition System and Control on Home Automation International Journal of Electronics Communication and Computer Engineering ISSN: 2249–071X
ISSN: 2278–4209
2013
59 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Improvement of Power Quality Using Instantaneous of Powers Compensation of D-STATCOM with Consideration of Power Factor Correction by Using PI, International Journal of Electronics & Communication Technology, (IJECT), I ISSN : 2230-7109
ISSN : 2230-9543
2013
60 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Load Frequency Control of Hybrid System using Industrial Controller and Implement Fuzzy Controller Practically Using PLC International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Research (IJEEER), ISSN: 2250-155X
ISSN:  2278-943
2013
61 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Design Estimation of Brushless SEDC Motor For Speed Control By Using Various Controllers International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Research (IJEEER) ISSN: 2250-155X
ISSN: 2278-943X
2014
62 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj The Latest Development in Modeling and Control of Multilevel Inverters -A Review International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering ISSN  : 2320 – 3765
ISSN : 2278 – 8875
2015
63 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Modelling and Speed Control Analysis of Asynchronous Motor using SVPWM, International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, ISSN  : 2320 – 3765
ISSN : 2278 – 8875
2015
64 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Automatic Generation Control in Three Area Interconnected Power System of Thermal Generating Unit using Evolutionary Controller International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research ISSN: 2229-5518 2015
65 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj An Intelligent Speed Control of Brushless SEDC Motor by using PID, Fuzzy Logic Controller and Neuro- Fuzzy Logic Controller International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research ISSN: 2229-5518 2015
66 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Greatest power density DC-DC Parallel Resonant Converter For Capacitor Charging International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research (IJSER), ISSN: 2229-5518 2015
67 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Electric Power Demand Forecasting: A Case Study of Varanasi City International Journal of Power Engineering (I.J.P.E.) ISSN: 0975-380X 2010
68 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Electric Power Demand Forecasting of KAVAL cities International Journal of Electrical and Power Engineering ISSN: 1990-7958 2010
69 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Reduction of Frequency Deviation of PV-Diesel Hybrid Power System for Isolated Power Utility using Industrial Fuzzy Controller International Journal of Electrical, Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering ISSN:2051-3240 2010
70 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Application of DSTATCOM Using MATLAB / Simulation in Power System International Journal of Engineering Innovation & Research ISSN: 2277-5668 2013
71 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Aircraft Takeoff Simulation with MATLAB IOSR Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (IOSR-JEEE) ISSN: 2278-1676 2013
72 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Electric Power Demand Forecasting of KAVAL cities in Uttar Pradesh IME journal ISSN: 0974-0716 2010
73 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Power Controlling and Energy Management for a Distributed Power Generation and Grid Integration of a Hybrid Active Wind Generator by Using Fuzzy Controller International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Technology Research ISSN 2319-8885 2016
74 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Take Off and Landing Stage of Aircraft with MATLAB Simulation IOSR Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (IOSR-JEEE) ISSN: 2278-1676
ISSN: 2320-3331
2014
75 Prof.(Dr.)S.K. Goel A Review of IP security in Internetworking International journal of advanced engineering research and technology ISSN: 2348-8190 2016
76 Prof.(Dr.)S.K. Goel Investigation of Effect of Harmonics on Voltage Stability in a Grid System by SVC IJETAE ISSN: 2250-2459 2014
77 Prof.(Dr.)S.K. Goel Investigation of Control Strategies of SVC to Improve Voltage Profile in Grid System IJETAE ISSN: 2250-2459 2014
78 Dr.R.C.Chourasia Brushless Separately Excited Direct Current Motor Electric Motors: A Survey IJIREEICE ISSN 2321 – 2004
ISSN 2321 – 5526
2013
79 Dr.R.C.Chourasia Design Estimation of Brushless SEDC Motor for Speed Control By Using Various Controllers IJEEER ISSN: 2250-155X
ISSN: 2278-943X
2014
80 Dr.R.C.Chourasia Enhance speed of Brushless SEDC Motor by Using PID Controller, Neuro-fuzzy Logic Controller IJEET ISSN : 0976-6545
ISSN: 0976-6553
2014
81 Dr.R.C.Chourasia An Intelligent Speed Control of Brushless SEDC Motor by using PID, Fuzzy Logic Controller and Neuro- Fuzzy Logic Controller International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research ISSN 2229-5518 2015
82 Dr.R.C.Chourasia Speed Control of S.E.D.C. Motor by Using PI and Fuzzy Logic Controller International Journal of Soft Computing and Engineering ISSN 2231-2307 2013
83 Mr.Ashok Kumar Rajput Realization of rectangular bidirectional pulses due to D.C excitation” International Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology (IJEET ISSN: 0976 – 6545
ISSN: 0976 –6553
2012
84 Mr.Ashok Kumar Rajput Base Simulation of D.C Network Theorems in Basic Electrical Engineering with LabVIEW” International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology (IJEAT) ISSN: 2249 – 8958 2012
85 Mr.Ashok Kumar Rajput Utility Base Estimated Solar Radiation at Destination Pune, Maharashtra, India” Int. J. Pure Appl. Sci. Technol ISSN: 2229-610 2012
86 Mr.Ashok Kumar Rajput Simulation of R-L-C Series and Parallel Resonance in Basic Electrical Engineering with LabVIEW Research Journal of Engineering Sciences ISSN: 2278 – 9472 2013
87 Mr.Ashok Kumar Rajput Simulation based measurement of three phase active, reactive and apparent power by two wattmeter method with LabVIEW Indian journal of Engineering ISSN: 2319-7757 2013
88 Mr.Ashok Kumar Rajput Simulation based loop and nodal analysis of D.C networks in LabVIEW Interna. Journal of Advanced Scientific and Technical Research ISSN: 2249-9954 2013
89 Mr.Ashok Kumar Rajput Electrical Phasors of Passive Elements in Lab VIEW Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering ISSN 0976-7363 2013
90 Mr. Gaurav Srivastava Investigation of Effect of Harmonics on Voltage Stability in a Grid System by SVC IJETAE ISSN 2250-2459 2014
91 Mr. Gaurav Srivastava Investigation of Control Strategies of SVC to Improve Voltage Profile in Grid System IJETAE ISSN 2250-2459 2014
92 Mr. Gaurav Srivastava Stability of Doubly-Fed Induction Generator under Stator Voltage Orientated Vector Control IJERMT ISSN: 2348-4039 2015
93 Mr.Bhupender Sharma Single phase cascaded multilevel inverter topology addressed with the problem of unequal photo voltaic power distribution in isolated DC-Link IET Power Electronics ISSN 1755-4535 2019
94 Mr.Bhupender Sharma Effective grid connected power Injection scheme using Multilevel inverter based hybrid wind-PV System Electric Power System and Research (Elsevier) ISSN: 0378-7796 2019
95 Mr.Bhupender Sharma Capacitor voltage balancing in cascaded H-bridge multilevel inverter and its modelling analysis for grid integrated wind energy conversion system application International journal of circuit theory and applications (Willey publications) ISSN:1097-007X 2019
96 Mr.Bhupender Sharma Particle swarm and optimization and genetic algorithm based optimal power flow solutions”, International Journal of application or Innovation in Engineering and Management International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management ISSN 2319 -4847 2013
97 Mr.Bhupender Sharma Fusion Using Laplacian Pyramid Transform of Light & Dark Channel Priors for Image De-Hazing International Journal Of Mathematics And Computer Research ISSN: 2320-7167 2017
98 Mr.Bhupender Sharma Review on Various Haze Removal Methods for Image De-Hazing Engineering and Technology Journal ISSN : 2456-3358 2017
99 Mr.Bhupender Sharma A Research Paper on BFO and PSO Based Movie Recommendation System Journal of research ISSN :2395 – 7549 2018
100 Mr.Bhupender Sharma A Review Paper on BFO and PSO Based Movie Recommendation System Journal of research ISSN :2395 – 7550 2018
101 Ms. Shweta Shukla Exergoeconomic and Envirnoeconomic Analysis of Building Integrated Photovoltaic Thermal (BIPVT) System and its Optimization Material Science and Engineering, IOP Science journal,Scopus Indexed Journal DOI:10.1088/1757-899X/691/1/012078 2019
102 Ms. Shweta Shukla Analysis, Design and Comparison of Different Building Integrated Photovoltaic Thermal (BIPVT) System for Indian Climatic Condition Advances in energy and built environment, Springer(Scopus Indexed Journal) DOI-10.1007/978-981-13-7557 7296 2019
103 Ms. Shweta Shukla A Novel Investigation and Comparative Study on Building Integrated Photovoltaic Thermal (BIPVT) System  International Journal of Mathematical Engineering and Management Science (Scopus Indexed Journal) DOI: 10.33889/IJMEMS.2019.4.2-038 2018
104 Ms.Anjali Rana Implementation of a Wind/PV Hybrid System using Matlab/Simulink International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering ISSN: 2320-3765 2015
105 Ms.Anjali Rana Performance Analysis of Grid Connected Wind/PV Hybrid System Advanced Research in Electrical and Electronic Engineering ISSN: 2349-5804 2015
106 Ms.Anjali Rana Comparative Study of D-STATCOM & DVR for Power Quality Improvement IJETAE ISSN:  2250-2459 2014
107 Mr. Lokendra Kumar Design of Solar Photovoltaic DC Water Pumping System Using MPPT International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology ISSN: 2321-9653 2017
108 Mr. Lokendra Kumar Economic Power Generation through Grid Integration of Photovoltaic Power Plant International Journal of Engineering & Scientific Research ISSN : 2347-6532 2018
109 Mr. Lokendra Kumar Intregral Load Frequency Control International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology ISSN: 2321-9653 2017
110 Mr. Lokendra Kumar Designing of Solar PV Module with MPPT Controller International Journal on Future Revolution in Computer Science & Communication Engineering ISSN: 2454-4248 2018
111 Mr. Lokendra Kumar An Efficient Load flow Solution and VSI Analysis for Radial Distribution System International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Research (IJEEER) ISSN: 2250-155X 2012
112 Mr. Lokendra Kumar Novel Algorithm For Solving Of Radial Distribution Networks Using C++ International Journal of Computing Vol-4,  Pg 655-662 2011
113 Mr.Hitendra Kumar Singh Implementation of Perturb & Observe (P&O) Algorithm for Maximum Power Point Tracking of Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Module Using Boost Converter International Journal of Electronics, Electrical and Computational System ISSN 2348-117 2016
114 Mr.Hitendra Kumar Singh Design of Solar Photovoltaic DC Water Pumping System Using MPPT International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology ISSN: 2321-9653 2017
115 Mr. Lokendra Kumar Implementation of Perturb & Observe (P&O) Algorithm for Maximum Power Point Tracking of Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Module Using Boost Converter International Journal of Electronics, Electrical and Computational System ISSN 2348-117X 2016
116 Ms.Kanika Goel Use of Solar and Wind Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems for Rural Electrification. IJAESTR ISSN:2321-1202 2016
117 Ms.Kanika Goel Power Quality and Synchronization Issues of Photovoltaic with Grid. IJAESTR ISSN:2321-1202 2016
118 Ms.Kanika Goel Corona Effects on EHV AC Transmission Line. IJSRET ISSN:2278 - 0882 2012
119 Ms.Kanika Goel Using H∞ control Theory Designing of Robust UPFC Controller in Power System. IJSRET ISSN:2278 - 0882 2012
120 Mr.Shyamsundar integrated alternative source of energy system connected with grid substation IJEEI ISSN: 2089-3191 2015
121 Mr.Ankur Kumar Identification and Minimization of Harmonics in Power System Networks IJETAE ISSN:2250-2459 2014
122 Mr.Ankur Kumar How HVDC is Beneficial To EHVAC IJETAE ISSN:2250-2459 2014
123 Ms. Nidhi Agarwal Design of an Agricultural Robot to Move between Rows International Journal of Innovative Research in Science,Engineering & Technology ISSN::2319-8753 2016
124 Ms. Nidhi Agarwal Agricultural Robot:Intelligent Robot for Farming International Advance Research Journal in Science,Engineering & Technology ISSN::2393-8021 2016
125 Ms. Nidhi Agarwal Energy Audit of a Building for Efficient Energy Consumption International Journal of Innovative Research in Electrical,Electronics,Instrumentation & Control Engineering ISSN::2321-2004 2016

 

CONFERENCE

S.NO. NAME OF AUTHOR/FACULTY TITLE OF PAPER NAME OF CONFERENCE Year OF Publication
1 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Automatic Generation Control of Thermal Generating Unit by using Various Technique ICT Globalization and Automation, IIMT College of Engineering, Greater Noida 2018
2 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj DC-DC Parallel Resonant Converter For Capacitor Charging ICT Globalization and Automation, IIMT College of Engineering, Greater Noida 2018
3 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Simulation Studies on Current Fed COCKROFT-Walton Multiplier Indian Particle Accelerator Conference 2015
4 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Enhancement of Static & Dynamic Response of the Three Phase Induction Motor under the effect of the external disturbances and noise by using Hybrid Fuzzy-PID controller IRF International Conference, Co- Sponsors: IITR, IJIEEE, ISETE 2014
5 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Classical Approach to Solve Economic Load Dispatch Problem of Thermal Generating Unit Using Lambda Iteration Method in MATLAB Programming, A National Conference On “Recent Trends In Energy Systems” (NCRTES-2013) 2013
6 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Fuzzy PI control Technique for Automatic Generation Control of Four Area Interconnected Hydro Thermal Reheat Power System International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering and Technology 2012
7 Prof.(Dr.) A.K. Bhardwaj Neuro Fuzzy Hybrid Intelligent Approach for Four -Area Load Frequency Control of Interconnected Power System 2nd International Conference on Power, Control and Embedded Systems, ICPCES 2012 2012
8 Prof.(Dr.)S.K. Goel Estimating post conversion electrical energy from solar irradiance at Indore work station 2015 IEEE UP Section Conference on Electrical Computer and Electronics (UPCON) 2015
9 Mr.Ashok Kumar Rajput Solar Irradiance at Indore Work Station Solar Irradiance at Indore Work Station IEEE UPCON 2015  Conference on Electrical, Computer and Electronics, IIIT Allahabad, 2015
10 Mr.Ashok Kumar Rajput Variation of Estimated Insolation from East to West in Uttar Pradesh, India IEEE CIPECH international conference 2014
11 Mr.Bhupender Sharma Improved modular flying capacitor converter based grid-tied hybrid wind solar energy system 9th IEEE Power India International Conference (PIICON-2020) 2020
12 Mr.Bhupender Sharma Improved Modular Flying Capacitor Converter Based Grid-Tied Hybrid Wind Solar Energy System IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Europe (ISGT-Europe) 2019 2019
13 Mr.Bhupender Sharma Cascaded Flying Capacitor Half Bridge Inverter for Power Rating Enhancement in PV Based Inverter System IEEE 7th Power India International Conference (PIICON-2016) 2016
14 Mr.Bhupender Sharma Artificial intelligence technique for optimal power flow solutions 3rd National Conference on Advancements in Engineering and Management 2013
15 Mr.Puneet Kumar DTC-SCIM Drive Using Classical Switching Table & SVPWM Methods Based on
PI Controller
IEEE Power India International Conference (PIICON-2020) 2020
16 Mr.Puneet Kumar Reduce Switch Count SPMC Topology for Boost Converters National conference  RTESC-13 (NIT, KKR) 2013
17 Mr.Puneet Kumar Power Quality Improvement of the Distribution System with Unbalance and Nonlinear Load National conference  RTESC-13 (NIT, KKR) 2013
18 Mr.Puneet Kumar Application of SPMC Topology for Single- Phase Boost AC-AC and Boost DC-DC Converter IEEE international conference PICONF 2012 2012
19 Mr.Vipin Kumar Laboratory Scale Long Transmission Line SCADA IEEE International Conference on Power Energy, Environment & Intelligent Control (PEEIC2018) 2018
20 Mr.Lokendra Kumar DTC-SCIM Drive Using Classical Switching Table & SVPWM Methods Based on
PI  Controller
IEEE Power India International Conference (PIICON-2020) 2020
21 Ms.Shweta Shukla Analysis, Design and Comparison of different BIPVT system for Indian climatic condition International SPRINGER Conference, TRACE-2018, Amity University,Noida 2018
22 Ms.Shweta Shukla A novel investigation and comparative study on BIPVT System International Conference NEWTON at SIT,Pithoragarh 2018
23 Ms.Shweta Shukla The Power to Reduce CO2 Emissions and Its Application in NCER National IEEE Conference,KNIT,Sultanpur 2011
24 MsKanika Goel  Design of Robust UPFC Controller Using H-infinity Control Theory in Power System. International conference on Technological Innovations through Modern Engineering Sciences (TIMES-2013) 2013
25 MsKanika Goel Small Signal Stability of Power System. International conference on Technological Innovations through Modern Engineering Sciences (TIMES-2013) 2013
26 MsKanika Goel Using H∞ Control Theory Designing of Robust UPFC Controller in Power System. International conference on Emerging Advance Technologies for Human development (EATHD) 2012
27 MsKanika Goel Steady State Stability of Power System. National Conference on Recent Advances in Electronics   Telecommunication and Computing Controlled Technologies, NCET-CCT-2010. 2010
28 Mr.Hitendra Kumar Singh DTC-SCIM Drive Using Classical Switching Table & SVPWM Methods Based on
PI Controller
9th IEEE Power India International Conference (PIICON-2020) 2020
29 Mr.Hitendra Kumar Singh Direct Torque Control of Squirrel-Cage Induction Motor Drive Using Fuzzy Logic Based Speed Controller TEQIP-II Sponsored International Conference on “Advance Computational Techniques IN Information & Communication Technology” 2016
30 Mr.Hitendra Kumar Singh Speed Control of Chopper-fed Separately Excited DC Motor Drive National Conference on Emerging Trends in Electrical System (ETES-14) 2014
31 Mr.Hitendra Kumar Singh Direct Torque Controlled Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor Drive: A Review IEEE Sponsored National Conference on “National Power & Energy System” 2014
32 Ms. Nidhi Agarwal An Algorithm Based Low Cost Automated System for Irrigation with Soil Moisture Sensor IEEE International Conference on Computer Communication and Informatics (ICCCI -2017) 2017
Upcoming industrial visit

 Industrial visit  at  Mohiuddinpur Sugar mill, Meerut (U.P) on 25/jan/2020(saturday).

M/s XSONI SYSTEM PVT LTD (A medium scale manufacturing unit of industrial laundry & garment finishing machines since last 1995) K-240, Surajpur Ind area greater noida, up. dated on 06/Nov/2019.

Shivam Singh, Software Developer Capgemini 
MIET is a premiere institution with all the capability to cultivate a genius product in the form of his students. I had a privilege of being part of the Electrical Engineering Department at MIET and under the guidance of faculties like Anjali Rana Ma'm, etc got excellence in respective field. EE Dept. possess plethora of talent among the faculties and it at the zenith among all institutions. The unfathomable knowledge of the facilities help the students to reach heights of their carrer, ultimately helping the society and nation to grow into supreme. I wish great success to all connected to MIET. Best Wishes.

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Words are not enough to describe the beautiful journey that I have had at MIET. MIET not only gave wings to my academic desires but also helped me to evolve as a person. It is only at MIET that got to know the best of my abilities and and have had major life changing events. This would not not have been possible without the support of EE department and MIET management. I wish all my batchmates success in all their future endeavors.

Daksh Singh Entrepreneur
I feel immensely proud that I took admission in Electrical engineering and gain knowledge under the guidance of such professional faculty of EE department of MIET. I wish everyone all the very best for their future endeavours.

Vivek Kaushik Android Developer, Infosys
I feel honored and privileged to have gained expertise in Electrical engineering under such immaculate and professional faculty of EE dept. of MIET. My deepest regards to all the respected faculty of EE dept.

Divyansh Tomar,Senior Associate, Dell Technologies
I had the most memorable time studying at MIET. The faculty was most helpful and guided me at every step. MIET has done a lot for the students from 'Glitz' to 'Kolaahal', from setting up high standards Laboratories to preparing students for competitions, there was never a miss. Now after passing out and being a professional at one of the top MNC's I really cherish those college days. And now I proudly say that I was part of MIET. Best wishes to all present and forthcoming batches...

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Issue-1 , JANUARY 2020

Skill Enhancement trainings and programs

  • INDUSTRY ORIENTED LAB/CENTRE, SIEMENS AUTOMATION PLC
  • SIEMENS AUTOMATION HMI SCADA
  • SIEMENS AUTOMATION DRIVE
  • IOT, ROBOTICS
  • INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION & INDUSTRY 4.0 (FESTO)
  • SAP UNIVERSITY ALLIANCES
  • MATLAB, LABVIEW, MULTISIM
  • JAVA, C, C++ and PYTHON.

Siemens Automation (PLC, HMI SCADA & DRIVES)

Objective:

To provide an industry-oriented platform in the college imparting technical education on automation and producing self-reliant, self-sufficient automation engineers, capable of meeting new industrial challenges.

About program:
  • Department of Electrical Engineering is providing Industrial Automation Training in PLC (Programmable Logic Controller), SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition), HMI (Human Machine Interface), Motor's, Drives, Sensors, Actuators and Switch Gears. We help in moderating vitality by executing different vitality effective projects for streamlined execution of the systems and to support the operation and upkeep of the establishment.
  • Our program based on Automation systems engineering as a synergistic function between hardware and software. Students learn the essential concepts of Automation systems development through a practical, hands-on approach utilizing relevant software with advanced lab.
  • This course is design & developed in coordination with IATC (Certified Siemens Training Centre, Chandigarh). We conduct the basic course in regular curriculum and summer/winter advanced training for interested students. Our course consists of two basic modules. Advanced Training is provided by Siemens certified IATC trainers at or institute after the completion of basic modules.

Name of the Centre/Academy: Siemens Automation Lab.

Established in Association with: IATC, Chandigarh

SPoC: Avinash Kumar (Asstt. Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering)

Faculty members involved in the centre activity.
Mr. Avinash Kumar (EE) Mr.Vipinkumar (EE)
Dr. R.C. Chourasia (EE)  Mr. Puneet Kumar(EE)
Mr. Bhupender Sharma (EE) Ms. Anjali rana (EE) 
Ms. Abhilasha Jain (EC)  

Modules during Curriculum:

CM-I : Basic Industrial Automation with PLC (S7-1200)

CM-II: Basic Industrial Automation with HMI & SCADA

CM-III: Basic Industrial Automation with Switch Gears & Drives (G 120, 6RA80)

Demonstrate the following course outcomes:

  1. Describe working of SIEMENS Automation tools for basic industrial automation system.
  2. Develop small PLC programs.
  3. Apply the knowledge of automation tools to program PLC, HMI,SCADA, for various industrial problems.
  4. Commission industrial motor drives for the Industrial Automation

Course outcome:

Modules during Curriculum:

CM-I : Basic Industrial Automation with PLC (S7-1200)

CM-II: Basic Industrial Automation with HMI & SCADA

CM-III: Basic Industrial Automation with Switch Gears & Drives (G 120, 6RA80)

Demonstrate the following course outcomes:

  1. Describe working of SIEMENS Automation tools for basic industrial automation system.
  2. Develop small PLC programs.
  3. Apply the knowledge of automation tools to program PLC, HMI,SCADA, for various industrial problems.
  4. Commission industrial motor drives for the Industrial Automation

Course outcome:

Modules during Curriculum:

CM-I : Basic Industrial Automation with PLC (S7-1200)

CM-II: Basic Industrial Automation with HMI & SCADA

CM-III: Basic Industrial Automation with Switch Gears & Drives (G 120, 6RA80)

Demonstrate the following course outcomes:

  1. Describe working of SIEMENS Automation tools for basic industrial automation system.
  2. Develop small PLC programs.
  3. Apply the knowledge of automation tools to program PLC, HMI,SCADA, for various industrial problems.
  4. Commission industrial motor drives for the Industrial Automation

Course outcome:

After completion of course module 1 (CM-1)

CO-1

Understand the requirement, configuration and hardware connection and working of automation components.                                                             

CO-2

Understand the basic tools of Ladder Programming for Automation Problems

CO-3

Identify, formulate and solve the complex automation problems.

After completion of course module 2 (CM-2)

CO-1

Understand the analog tools & calculations in Ladder Programming for Automation Problems. 

CO-2

Identify, formulate and solve the basic automation problems with HMI interface

CO-3

Identify, formulate and solve the basic automation problems with SCADA interface.

After completion of course module 3 (CM-3)

CO-1

Understand the basic concepts, working & wiring of switch gears & drives.

CO-2

Commission the drive using different tools like BOP, STARTER, TIA

CO-3

Implement the different controls as per the applications

Methodology and pedagogy:

The complete training program has three modules which will cover in three stage:

First stage: -Module 1 (Basic Industrial Automation with PLC) in fourth Sem.

  • Description of industrial Automation and automation tool (PLC).
  • Working of PLC and communication with other devices. (HANDS ON)
  • Understanding the tools of Ladder programming for PLC. (HANDS ON)
  • Ladder Programming on PLC for complexproblems. (HANDS ON)
  • Troubleshooting & documentation.

Second stage: -Module 2 (Siemens HMI and SCADA) in Fifth Sem

  • Description of HMI and SCADA system.
  • Communication of HMI and SCADA system and data logging. (HANDS ON)
  • Designing of graphics and animation for given problems and their controlling. (HANDS ON)
  • Troubleshooting & documentation.

Third stage: -Module 3 (Siemens Drives and Switchgears) in Sixth Sem

  • Description of industrial motor and drive with their control techniques.
  • Commissioning of AC and DC drives using different techniques. (HANDS ON)
  • Understanding the working of starters and their wiring diagram. (HANDS ON)
  • Troubleshooting & documentation.

 

ROAD MAP

Achievements:

1. Faculty Development Program: We regularly run faculty development program for the faculties of Electronics & Communication, Mechanical Engineering & Electrical Engineering. Till date we have organized 5 FDP's with total strength of 55 candidates.

2. Advance Summer/Winter Training: We also run 10 days advance training program during Summer/Winter Vacation. ·

Advance Automation Training on PLC S7-1200

Advance Automation Training on HMI & SCADA

Advance Automation Training on Switch Gear & Drives

Training is free for the interested students if provided by internal faculty. Advanced Training may provide by Siemens certified IATC trainers at or institute after the completion of basic modules. Siemens charges its certification fees if provided by IATC trainers after prior approval.

4. Industrial Visits: 03

5. Guest Lecture/ Invited Talk:02

By: Mr. Saurabh Bhardwaj, Siemens Certified Trainer IATC,

Deep Shekhar Shukla, Territory Manager, Siemens

6. Placement: Students got placed In Siemens, Schneider and in nearby industries.

7. Projects: Interested students may make their final year project on automation problems. We are also regularly visiting the industries to develop technical relations to address industrial issues. Now, we have got an Industrial project from Siemens. Final year students are working on them.

Benefits of Industrial Automation Programs:

Now industry are being replaced by Automation and robotics. All process and work are carried out by machines and robotics process automation. Every industrial sector like manufacturing, process industries, chemical, food & beverages, Oil Gas, Transport, machine tools everywhere Industrial automation is used.

After getting trained students will be able to

  • Understand the purpose and functioning of the machine being manufactured, and program it to function like it should.
  • Work with System Integrators who help the OEMs choose controllers based on their requirement and aid them in programming the functions
  • Work with Automation Solution providers who design complete solutions for the User Industry to integrate all the individual machines, which will help you in gaining Industry Domain knowledge

 

Department At A Glance

 

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