**M.Tech (Power Systems)**

**ADVANCED POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS – ****GR17D5058**

**Course Outcomes:** At the end of the course, the student will be able to

- Formulate Y-bus for mutually coupled branches in power systems.
- Model admittance and impedance for a typical power system.
- Formulate the distribution factors at line outages in power systems.
- Understand the theory and applications of protections used in distribution systems.
- Conduct short circuit analysis
- Establish the connection and express differences between sequence components and symmetric and asymmetric components.
- Conduct contingency analysis.

**ADVANCED POWER SYSTEM PROTECTION – ****GR17D5059**

**Course Outcomes:** At the end of the course, the student will be able to

- Express the functionality of different types of static relays.
- Analyze the performance of distance & differential relays.
- Compare multiple input comparators used for power system protection.
- Relate the performance characteristics of relays for the power swings.
- Simulate the microprocessor based protective system.
- Compare different types of relays like electromagnetic, static and microprocessor based relays.
- Understand the application of various relays.

**ANALYSIS OF POWER ELECTRONIC CONVERTERS – ****GR17D5037**

**Course Outcomes:** At the end of the course, the student will be able to

- Design power electronic converters for power control applications.
- Analyse ac voltage controllers.
- Analyse cyclo-converters.
- Design dc-dc converters.
- Express the design and control of rectifiers and inverters.
- Simulate SVM method in inverters.
- Articulate the basic power electronic circuits.

**HIGH VOLTAGE DC TRANSMISSION (Elective-I) – **** GR17D5041**

**Course Outcomes:** At the end of the course, the student will be able to

- Compare the differences between HVDC and HVAC transmission.
- Know about VSC transmission advantages.
- Analyze the rectifier and inverter commutating circuits.
- Cover the different control strategies.
- Identification of valve firing control schemes.
- Estimate the requirement of HVDC filters.
- Address the role of AC system faults on HVDC system.

**ENERGY CONSERVATION SYSTEMS (Elective-I) – **** GR17D5042**

**Course Outcomes:** At the end of the course, the student will be able to

- Define the advances in spectral distribution of energy.
- Evaluate the design and Principles of MHD power generation.
- Articulate MHD technology in power control applications.
- Evaluate the Application of OTEC systems
- Know the techniques for principles of EMF generation
- Evaluate Global energy position and environmental effects.
- Know the techniques for energy storage.

**POWER SYSTEM DYNAMICS ****(Elective-I) – ****GR17D5060**

**Course Outcomes:** At the end of the course, the student will be able to

- Capable of estimating the steady state and transient stability of classical model of power systems.
- Derive the synchronous machine equations in d-q domain.
- Develop the block diagram approach of excitation systems.
- Describe the small signal model of synchronous machine and excitation system.
- Develop block diagram in Laplace domain of SMIB system.
- Apply synchronizing and damping torque theory of SMIB system.
- Identify the power system stabilizer in improving of stability.

**SOLAR AND WIND ENERGY (Elective-II) – ****Code: GR17D5044**

**Course Outcomes:** At the end of the course, the student will be able to

- Explain the principles that underlie the ability of various natural phenomena to deliver solar energy.
- Outline the technologies that are used to harness the power of solar energy.
- Discuss the positive and negative aspects of solar energy in relation to natural and human aspects of the environment.
- Explain the principles that underlie the ability of various natural phenomena to deliver wind energy.
- Outline the technologies that are used to harness the power of wind energy.
- Discuss the positive and negative aspects of wind energy in relation to natural and human aspects of the environment.
- Know about the usage of both wind and solar power for hybrid power generation
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**GAS INSULATED SYSTEMS**** (Elective-II) – **** GR17D5062**

**Course Outcomes:** At the end of the course, the student will be able to

- Understand the importance of Gas insulation and its physical, chemical & electrical properties.
- Understand the different layouts of GIS with respect to its planning and installation.
- Get the knowledge of design and construction of GIS station with respect to voltage and thermal conditions.
- Extend the knowledge of transient phenomenon in GIS.
- Get the awareness of the problems in GIS with respect to particles effect and their control.
- Understand the characteristics of imperfections in insulation.
- Get the knowledge of PD measurement and UHF diagnostic methods.

**EHV AC TRANSMISSION ****(Elective-II) – ****GR17D5063**

**Course Outcomes:** At the end of the course, the student will be able to

- Understand the importance of estimating the line parameters of EHV AC transmission lines.
- Do the calculation of electrostatic field of AC lines and able to understand their effect on voltage gradients.
- Get the knowledge of energized & un-energized EHV lines.
- Understand the requirement of VAR compensation in the context of shunt and series compensation methods.
- Emphasize on the effect of corona with respect to its characteristics, properties and losses.
- Extend the knowledge of corona phenomenon and its effects like traveling waves and audio noise.
- Get the awareness of the design of EHV lines with respect to steady & transient limits.

**POWER SYSTEMS SIMULATION LAB – ****GR17D5064**

**Course Outcomes:** At the end of the course, the student will be able to

- Understand power industry practices for design, operation, and planning.
- Use mathematical tools that are essential for system analysis and design.
- Use commercial software packages in designing solutions to problems.
- Have group participation in design and problem solving.
- Analyse the performance of synchronous machine
- Apply knowledge of load flows for planning and future expansion of existing as well as non-existing power systems.
- Do modelling of transmission lines.

**VOLTAGE STABILITY – **** GR17D5065**

**Course Outcomes:** At the end of the course, the student will be able to

- Know the role of reactive power in transmission line performance.
- Develop the relation between real power and angle, reactive power and voltage.
- Address the concept of voltage stability and voltage collapse.
- Evaluate the voltage stability of Single machine load bus system
- Covering voltage stability evaluation with power flow methods.
- Identify of voltage stability indices.
- Deal with different methods to improve voltage stability

**POWER SYSTEM OPERATION AND DEREGULATION – ****GR17D5066**

**Course Outcomes:** At the end of the course, the student will be able to

- Apply optimization techniques on power systems.
- Analyse power system security.
- Detect the network problems in power systems.
- Apply state estimation to power system.
- Understand the concept of deregulated power systems.
- Understand the operations in power markets.
- Determine the available transfer capability in deregulated power systems.

**FLEXIBLE AC. TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS – ****GR17D5049**

**Course Outcomes:** At the end of the course, the student will be able to

- Express different types of FACTS controllers and their role in improving power system performance.
- Understand the operating principles of various FACTS devices.
- Know the importance of compensation methods in power system network.
- Relate the performance and applications of VSI & CSI.
- Extend the knowledge of active & reactive power and voltage control with FACTS devices.
- Analyse role of SVC&STATCOM in improving the power system dynamics.
- Analyse the use of control schemes of TCSC, TSSC, GSC in improving the power quality.

**POWER QUALITY ****(Elective-III) – ****GR17D5051**

**Course Outcomes:** At the end of the course, the student will be able to

- Understand various power quality issues and their remedial measures.
- Express what an interruption is, where it originates, what the causes, limits, their costs are and how to predict the number of interruptions.
- Gain knowledge on Voltage sag and its characterization in single-phase and three phase networks
- Know the behavior of various equipment to voltage sags.
- Apply the knowledge to design mitigation equipment.
- Discuss about the standards of Power Quality and EMC Standards.
- Measure sags in radial and non-radial networks.

**DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS ****(Elective-III) – ****GR17D5052**

**Course Outcomes:** At the end of the course, the student will be able to

- Define the advances in digital control systems.
- Evaluate z-transforms of linear control systems.
- Articulate the need of state space analysis.
- Evaluate the design and control discrete time control system
- Analyse the techniques and design of resonant inverters.
- Evaluate the design and control of stability analysis of discrete systems.
- Design state feedback controllers and observers.

**ELECTRIC SMART GRID**** (Elective-III) – ****GR17D5067**

**Course Outcomes:** At the end of the course, the student will be able to

- Apply the concepts of smart grid architecture, dynamic energy systems , energy port in real time applications
- Apply smart grid policies and programs to encourage end – use energy efficiency.
- Explore the SCADA communication systems.
- Get acquainted with the SCADA and smart grid protocols.
- Extend knowledge of substation automation functions and benefits of data warehousing.
- Interpret the load forecasting and transmission operations and management in real time applications.
- Integrate DMS framework and real time DMS applications.

**MICROCONTROLLERS ****(Elective-IV) – ****GR17D5048**

**Course Outcomes:** At the end of the course, the student will be able to

- Express architecture of Micro Controllers
- Program a microcontroller system in assembly code and
- Understand Serial Data Transfer Technique
- Build and test a microcontroller based
- Interface the system to A/D and D/A
- Interface the system to switches, keypads, and
- Use 8051 timers and

**PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS (Elective-IV) – ****GR17D5055**

**Course Outcomes:** At the end of the course, the student will be able to

- Perform different types of PLC programming schemes.
- Implement ladder diagrams for process control.
- Control the robots using PLC.
- Tune the PLC for different applications.
- Analyse the PLC internal architecture.
- Extend knowledge of PLC in analog operations.
- Interface PLC with other technologies like HMI, SCADA.

**REACTIVE POWER COMPENSATION AND MANAGEMENT**** (Elective-IV) – ****GR17D5056**

**Course Outcomes:** At the end of the course, the student will be able to

- Define the advances in power compensation.
- Evaluate the design and control of different types of compensation
- Articulate User side reactive power management
- Articulate steady state and transient state reactive power compensation.
- Techniques for analysing of reactive power management
- Evaluate reactive power control requirements
- Evaluate the design and Typical layout of traction systems

**POWER SYSTEMS LAB – ****GR17D5071**

**Course Outcomes:** At the end of the course, the student will be able to

- Know the power systems hardware.
- Analyse the characteristics of various relays.
- Design and analyze the transmission line.
- Analyse various types of faults and its protection.
- Implement various power factor correction systems.
- Perform load flows, short circuit analysis for power generation, transmission and distribution networks.
- Integrate software for applications that provides intelligent power monitoring, energy management, system optimization, advanced automation, and real-time prediction.

**ELECTRONIC COMMERCE (Open Elective I) – **** GR17D5178**

**Course Outcomes:** At the end of the course, the student will be able to

- Discuss the trends in e-Commerce and the use of the Internet.
- Defining and analyzing the principles of E-commerce and basics of World Wide
- Defining and analyzing the concept of electronic data interchange and its legal, social and technical aspects.
- Defining and analyzing the security issues over the web, the available solutions and future aspects of e-commerce security.
- Defining and analyzing the concept of E-banking, electronic payment system
- Discuss the trends in e-Commerce and the use of the Internet.
- Defining and analyzing the principles of E-commerce and basics of World Wide Web.

**MODERN CONTROL THEORY (Open Elective I) – ****GR17D5180**

**Course Outcomes:** At the end of the course, the student will be able to

- Ability to obtain the mathematical model of any system.
- Ability to obtain the state model for dynamic systems.
- Ability to analyze the controllability and Observability for various types of control systems.
- Ability to understand the various types of nonlinearity.
- Ability to analyze the stability of the nonlinear systems.
- Ability to synthesize the nonlinear systems.

**NEURAL AND FUZZY SYSTEMS (Open Elective I) – ****GR17D5186**

**Course Outcomes:** At the end of the course, the student will be able to

- Define the advances in neural networks
- Evaluate the design and control of fuzzy systems.
- Articulate the applications of fuzzy control block sets.
- Evaluate the design of various models in neural networks
- To analyse the techniques of various types of neural networks
- Evaluate the design and control of associative memories
- Techniques to Design fuzzy logic system