1. Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory
Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory is common for all the branches. In this laboratory, students are getting familiarized with various Electrical meters (such as Voltmeter, Ammeter, Wattmeter), Rheostat and their accuracy analysis. The aim of this laboratory is to brought out the important underlying concepts & objectives along with sequential steps to conduct the experiment.
Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory is a common course for all the programs. In this laboratory, students are familiarized with various electrical elements and measuring instruments such as switches, fuses, rheostats, capacitors, inductors, power supplies, voltmeters, ammeters, wattmeters, etc. while Implementing different circuits and verifying various theorems to reduce the complexity of electrical networks. The overall aim of this laboratory is to bring out the essential underlying concepts & objectives along with sequential steps to conduct the experiments.
2. Analog Electronics Laboratory
In this laboratory, the experimental design, construction, and debugging of analog electronic circuits are done which includes the performance characteristics of diodes, transistors, and op-amps, including their applications. The course provides an opportunity to simulate real-world problems and solutions that involve tradeoffs and the use of engineering judgment and gaining of basic knowledge of analog circuits.
3. Digital Electronics Laboratory
In the digital electronics laboratory, the design, construction, and debugging of different digital electronic circuits are done using the breadboard and different ICs which includes different Gates, Flip-Flop, BCD to 7 Segments. The course is designed in such a way that students get the opportunity to learn the practical and experimental fundamentals of digital electronics circuits. This can help them to grow in the path of real time digital circuit engineering problem solving.
4. Electrical Machines Laboratory
The objective of the electrical machines laboratory is to impart practical understanding of DC Generator, DC Motor, Transformer, Alternator, Induction Motor and also Synchronous Motor. The experiments performed in the laboratory are designed to make students practically understand about the theory, workings and performance characteristics of electrical machines.
5. Electrical Measurement and Instrumentation Laboratory
The Electrical Measurement and Instrumentation laboratory includes use of various bridges both DC and Ac for practical measurement of resistance,capacitance frequency etc.There are also various temperature sensor kits for performing experiments on RTD,Thermocouple,Thermistor etc.Experiments involving energy meter and wattmeter are also introduced in accordance with the theoretical syllabus.This laboratory helps the students to implement the theoretical knowledge through various experiments contained in the syllabus
6. Control System Laboratory
Control systems laboratory consists of the fundamentals of programming, modeling and designing of linear and non linear control systems. In this laboratory we use MATLAB software for programming and simulation of systems. The use of MATLAB software shows the modern approach to control systems and state space approach to the design of control systems.
7. Microprocessor Laboratory
This laboratory is used to provide practical exposure to learn the assembly language programming for the different issues of microprocessor 8085. Students are extensively exposed with the interfacing of microprocessor with other peripherals. The course will help to analyse, implement and understand the interfacing circuits for various applications of Microprocessor-based system. The aim of this course is to give the students basic knowledge of the microprocessor and its applications.
8. Power Electronics Laboratory
Power electronics laboratory is comprised of experiment kits which are used to perform experiments based on various converter/inverter operations.These experiments further supplement the theoretical knowledge gained by the students in their theory classes.The students gain practical exposure to how different power electronics devices and circuits perform under various load conditions as well as circuit configurations.
9. Power System Laboratory
The objective of this laboratory is to impart practical knowledge on developing models for study of load flow, transients stability, contingency analysis, unit commitment, economic dispatch and power system protection through programming and simulation in MATLAB & SIMULINK and using Hardware kits.
10. Electronics Design Laboratory
Electronics design laboratory is used to provide intensive practical exposure to learn assembly and embedded C language programming systematically for the 8086 microprocessor, different microcontrollers like 8051 and Arduino and FPGA. The syllabus is focusing on various areas using various softwares for programming and simulation like Keil uVision, Proteus, emu8085, Arduino CC and Xilinx. The goal of this course is to develop engineering capabilities among students to design different modern equipment and systems using embedded systems.
11. PLC/ SCADA Laboratory:
This is a research laboratory comprising PLC & SCADA and Process Automation which is set up under the Research and Promotion scheme (RPS) of AICTE.