M.Tech Course Outcomes

M.Tech (Power Systems)

ADVANCED POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS – GR17D5058

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

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

ADVANCED POWER SYSTEM PROTECTION – GR17D5059

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

  1. Express the functionality of different types of static relays.
  2. Analyze the performance of distance & differential relays.
  3. Compare multiple input comparators used for power system protection.
  4. Relate the performance characteristics of relays for the power swings.
  5. Simulate the microprocessor based protective system.
  6. Compare different types of relays like electromagnetic, static and microprocessor based relays.
  7. 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

  1. Design power electronic converters for power control applications.
  2. Analyse ac voltage controllers.
  3. Analyse cyclo-converters.
  4. Design dc-dc converters.
  5. Express the design and control of rectifiers and inverters.
  6. Simulate SVM method in inverters.
  7. 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

  1. Compare the differences between HVDC and HVAC transmission.
  2. Know about VSC transmission advantages.
  3. Analyze the rectifier and inverter commutating circuits.
  4. Cover the different control strategies.
  5. Identification of valve firing control schemes.
  6. Estimate the requirement of HVDC filters.
  7. 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

  1. Define the advances in spectral distribution of energy.
  2. Evaluate the design and Principles of MHD power generation.
  3. Articulate MHD technology in power control applications.
  4. Evaluate the Application of OTEC systems
  5. Know the techniques for principles of EMF generation
  6. Evaluate Global energy position and environmental effects.
  7. 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

  1. Capable of estimating the steady state and transient stability of classical model of power systems.
  2. Derive the synchronous machine equations in d-q domain.
  3. Develop the block diagram approach of excitation systems.
  4. Describe the small signal model of synchronous machine and excitation system.
  5. Develop block diagram in Laplace domain of SMIB system.
  6. Apply synchronizing and damping torque theory of SMIB system.
  7. 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

  1. Explain the principles that underlie the ability of various natural phenomena to deliver solar energy.
  2. Outline the technologies that are used to harness the power of solar energy.
  3. Discuss the positive and negative aspects of solar energy in relation to natural and human aspects of the environment.
  4. Explain the principles that underlie the ability of various natural phenomena to deliver wind energy.
  5. Outline the technologies that are used to harness the power of wind energy.
  6. Discuss the positive and negative aspects of wind energy in relation to natural and human aspects of the environment.
  7. Know about the usage of both wind and solar power for hybrid power generation.

GAS INSULATED SYSTEMS (Elective-II) –  GR17D5062

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

  1. Understand the importance of Gas insulation and its physical, chemical & electrical properties.
  2. Understand the different layouts of GIS with respect to its planning and installation.
  3. Get the knowledge of design and construction of GIS station with respect to voltage and thermal conditions.
  4. Extend the knowledge of transient phenomenon in GIS.
  5. Get the awareness of the problems in GIS with respect to particles effect and their control.
  6. Understand the characteristics of imperfections in insulation.
  7. 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

  1. Understand the importance of estimating the line parameters of EHV AC transmission lines.
  2. Do the calculation of electrostatic field of AC lines and able to understand their effect on voltage gradients.
  3. Get the knowledge of energized & un-energized EHV lines.
  4. Understand the requirement of VAR compensation in the context of shunt and series compensation methods.
  5. Emphasize on the effect of corona with respect to its characteristics, properties and losses.
  6. Extend the knowledge of corona phenomenon and its effects like traveling waves and audio noise.
  7. 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

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

VOLTAGE STABILITY –  GR17D5065

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

  1. Know the role of reactive power in transmission line performance.
  2. Develop the relation between real power and angle, reactive power and voltage.
  3. Address the concept of voltage stability and voltage collapse.
  4. Evaluate the voltage stability of Single machine load bus system
  5. Covering voltage stability evaluation with power flow methods.
  6. Identify of voltage stability indices.
  7. 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

  1. Apply optimization techniques on power systems.
  2. Analyse power system security.
  3. Detect the network problems in power systems.
  4. Apply state estimation to power system.
  5. Understand the concept of deregulated power systems.
  6. Understand the operations in power markets.
  7. 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

  1. Express different types of FACTS controllers and their role in improving power system performance.
  2. Understand the operating principles of various FACTS devices.
  3. Know the importance of compensation methods in power system network.
  4. Relate the performance and applications of VSI & CSI.
  5. Extend the knowledge of active & reactive power and voltage control with FACTS devices.
  6. Analyse role of SVC&STATCOM in improving the power system dynamics.
  7. 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

  1. Understand various power quality issues and their remedial measures.
  2. Express what an interruption is, where it originates, what the causes, limits, their costs are and how to predict the number of interruptions.
  3. Gain knowledge on Voltage sag and its characterization in single-phase and three phase networks
  4. Know the behavior of various equipment to voltage sags.
  5. Apply the knowledge to design mitigation equipment.
  6. Discuss about the standards of Power Quality and EMC Standards.
  7. 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

  1. Define the advances in digital control systems.
  2. Evaluate z-transforms of linear control systems.
  3. Articulate the need of state space analysis.
  4. Evaluate the design and control discrete time control system
  5. Analyse the techniques and design of resonant inverters.
  6. Evaluate the design and control of stability analysis of discrete systems.
  7. 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

  1. Apply the concepts of smart grid architecture, dynamic energy systems , energy port in real time applications
  2. Apply smart grid policies and programs to encourage end – use energy efficiency.
  3. Explore the SCADA communication systems.
  4. Get acquainted with the SCADA and smart grid protocols.
  5. Extend knowledge of substation automation functions and benefits of data warehousing.
  6. Interpret the load forecasting and transmission operations and management in real time applications.
  7. 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

  1. Express architecture of Micro Controllers
  2. Program a microcontroller system in assembly code and
  3. Understand Serial Data Transfer Technique
  4. Build and test a microcontroller based
  5. Interface the system to A/D and D/A
  6. Interface the system to switches, keypads, and
  7. Use 8051 timers and

PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS (Elective-IV) – GR17D5055

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

  1. Perform different types of PLC programming schemes.
  2. Implement ladder diagrams for process control.
  3. Control the robots using PLC.
  4. Tune the PLC for different applications.
  5. Analyse the PLC internal architecture.
  6. Extend knowledge of PLC in analog operations.
  7. 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

  1. Define the advances in power compensation.
  2. Evaluate the design and control of different types of compensation
  3. Articulate User side reactive power management
  4. Articulate steady state and transient state reactive power compensation.
  5. Techniques for analysing of reactive power management
  6. Evaluate reactive power control requirements
  7. 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

  1. Know the power systems hardware.
  2. Analyse the characteristics of various relays.
  3. Design and analyze the transmission line.
  4. Analyse various types of faults and its protection.
  5. Implement various power factor correction systems.
  6. Perform load flows, short circuit analysis for power generation, transmission and distribution networks.
  7. 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

  1. Discuss the trends in e-Commerce and the use of the Internet.
  2. Defining and analyzing the principles of E-commerce and basics of World Wide
  3. Defining and analyzing the concept of electronic data interchange and its legal, social and technical aspects.
  4. Defining and analyzing the security issues over the web, the available solutions and future aspects of e-commerce security.
  5. Defining and analyzing the concept of E-banking, electronic payment system
  6. Discuss the trends in e-Commerce and the use of the Internet.
  7. 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

  1. Ability to obtain the mathematical model of any system.
  2. Ability to obtain the state model for dynamic systems.
  3. Ability to analyze the controllability and Observability for various types of control systems.
  4. Ability to understand the various types of nonlinearity.
  5. Ability to analyze the stability of the nonlinear systems.
  6. 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

  1. Define the advances in neural networks
  2. Evaluate the design and control of fuzzy systems.
  3. Articulate the applications of fuzzy control block sets.
  4. Evaluate the design of various models in neural networks
  5. To analyse the techniques of various types of neural networks
  6. Evaluate the design and control of associative memories
  7. Techniques to Design fuzzy logic system