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Course Structure


Department

Subject

Theory

Contact Hr-3 , Credits-3

Practicals

Contact Hr-3 , Credits-2

1

Ceramic Engineering

EE-2201A:Electrical Engineering

EE-2401A:Electrical Engineering Lab

(a) Circuit Lab

(b) Machines Lab

2

Civil Engineering

EE-2103A:Electrical Engineering

EE-2403A:Electrical Engineering Lab

(a) Circuit Lab

(b) Machines Lab

3

Chemical Engineering

EE-2202A:Electrical Engineering

EE-2402A:Electrical Engineering Lab

(a) Circuit Lab

(b) Machines Lab

4

Computer Engineering

EE-2100A:Electrical Engineering4

EE-2100B:Electrical Circuits & Systems5

EE-323A:Control Systems1

EE-2300A:Electrical Engineering Lab

(a) Circuit Lab

(b) Machines Lab

5

Electronics Engineering

EE-2105A:Electrical Engineering4

EE-2205A: Network Analysis and Synthesis2

EE-325A:Control Systems1

EE-315A:Power Electronic devices and

Converters3

EE-2305A:Electrical Engineering Lab

(a) Circuit Lab

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6

Mechanical Engineering

EE-2106A:Electrical Engineering

EE-2406A:Electrical Engineering Lab

(a) Circuit Lab

(b) Machines Lab

7

Metallurgy Engineering

EE-2207A:Electrical Engineering

(contact Hr-2, Credits-2)


8

Mining Engineering

EE-2208A:Electrical Engineering

EE-318A:Electrical Engineering II

EE-2408A:Electrical Engineering Lab

(a) Circuit Lab

(b) Machines Lab

1 Common paper with Computer Engineering

2 Common papers with Electrical Engineering

3 Common papers with Electrical Engineering

4 Common papers with Computer Engineering

5 Common papers with Computer Engineering


Syllabus


EE-3200A/3205A: CONTROL SYSTEMS

(For Computer Engineering and Electronics Engineering)

Contact hours per week: 3

Credits: 3

Introduction: Feedback principle, examples of open-loop and closed-loop systems, broad classification of feedback control systems, effects of feedback.

Physical Systems and Their Models: Transfer function of typical control-system devices. control system representations, block diagram, Signal flow graphs, State-variable representation and State-diagram.

Time-Domain Analysis: Servo specifications in time domain, type 0, 1, 2 systems and error coefficients. Stability, RH Criterion, Root Locus techniques.

Frequency-Domain Analysis: Frequency response plots, Bode-plots, Nyquist-plot, Nichols chart, Servo-specifications in frequency-domain, Stability analysis, PID controllers.

State Variable analysis: Decomposition of transfer functions, Similarity transformation, Controllability and Observability, State feedback systems.

Digital Controls Systems: Digital computer control system applications, Sampled-data system, the z-transform methods of analysis, state-variable representation and analysis of discrete-time systems, stability analysis.




EE-2201A/-2103A/-2202A/-2100A/-2105A/-2106A/2208A/2111A/2112A: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

(For Ceramic/Civil/Chemical/Computer/Electronics/Mechanical/Mining Engineering/Applied Mathematics/Applied Physics)

Contact hours per week: 3

Credits: 3

Electrical Circuits: Network elements- Voltage and Current sources, Kirchchoffs voltage and current law, loop and nodal analysis, Superposition theorem, Thevenins theorem, Nortons theorem, Maximum Power Transfer theorem. Sinusoidal Steady State analysis- R L and C elements, power and power factor, phasor diagram, resonance, mutual inductance and coefficient of coupling. Three-phase circuits, line and phase relationship, power measurement.

Electrical Machines: Transformer- Principle of working, EMF equation, Equivalent circuit, voltage regulation and efficiency, Open-circuit and short-circuit tests, autotransformer. DC Machines- Constructional features, DC Generators- No load Magnetization and external characteristic. DC motor- starting, speed-torque characteristics, speed control, applications. Induction Machines - Principle of operation, constructional details, torque-slip characteristics, starting and speed control. Synchronous Machines- Constructional features. Alternators- Voltage regulation and its determination by synchronous impedance method. Synchronous Motor- Starting, V and Inverted-V curves, applications.

Distribution of Electrical Power: Tariff calculation. House and factory wiring.

Introduction to Electrical Measurements: Indicating instruments, voltmeter, ammeter, wattmeter and energy meter.