Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering has 8 Academic & 2 Research laboratories.
Elecrical Drives / Power Converters Laboratory:
The Power Converter Laboratory mission is to investigate new and advanced power converter topologies and control strategies that help to push the power conversion efficiency, power density and reliability to new heights. The laboratory is equipped with latest hardware, real-time data measurement and control platforms in order to investigate efficiency, reliability and control under different mission profiles and grid faults. The Power Converter Laboratory is designed to tackle real-world grid and power electronics challenges in close partnership with industry and research institutes at national and international levels.
Power Systems Laboratory:
Power system Laboratory comprises of protection, simulation, high voltage and machine related experiments. Facilities are available for overcurrent, under-voltege, directional, differential and distance relays including different numerical relays. Varieties of Power system Simulation packages like Load flow, PSCAD and MiPower are available.
Control Systems Laboratory:
Control System applications are assuming an increasingly important role in the developing world, making it crucial for the students of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) to be exposed to contemporary control system equipment in a realistic manner, in order to connect theoretical material taught in lecture courses with the realities of physical hardware and simulation through 'higher-level' technical computing language. Paramount to all laboratory equipment is the principle that students of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) should work with hardware and be allowed to take a hands-on approach. To achieve the goal, Control Systems laboratory has been set up to provide the realistic environment. This Lab makes the students of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) understand the practical aspect of control system. How a control system is used for controlling errors. How the error compensation is done according to the system requirements. PID controller is used in many industries for the removal of error so that the fluctuations in the input (noise or any unwanted parameter) should not affect the system parameters. The lab has kits like Speed torque characteristics AC servo motor, Speed torque characteristics DC servo motor, Synchro transmitter and receiver trainer, PID controller kit, and compensation network study kit etc.
DC Machines Laboratory:
This laboratory provide the students a chance to put theory into practice. To get familiar with DC machines, and give them experimental skills. This lab is to calculate the various parameters and characteristics of the Electrical machine and to understand the basic principles of operation of rotating electric machines, their classification, and basic efficiency and performance characteristics.
AC Machines Laboratory:
The Electrical Machines II lab aim at providing a platform for students to perform experiments which explain the working principle and characteristics for various types of Alternators and AC Motors. In this lab, students had the possibilities to test the efficiency of various tests to determine the efficiency and performance characteristics which are useful in determining the suitable motors or generators according to their applications. In this lab students have the chances to learn about the construction, working principle, performance characteristics and testing of AC machines, it makes industry ready engineers serve the society.
Electrical Measurements Laboratory:
The laboratory is involved in all the areas of study, related to measurement and calibration. It is equipped with all measuring instruments, phase shifting transformers, bridge circuits and induction coil etc. Here students learn to calibrate the meters, verify theorems, and understand hysteresis characteristics & other important concepts related to measuring. Electrical Systems Simmulation Laboratory: This lab enables to simulate a given electrical circuits in any environment to analize its dynamic characteristics and to figure out its stability considerations. In this lab students able to analize dynamic performance of various loads that are connected to any electric circuits. Students know the analysis and studies using the softwares and able to design circuits as per the specifications and also able to find the stability of system.
Renewable Energy Systems Laboratory (Research Laboratory):
Energy systems are rapidly evolving in answer to the effects of climate change. The use of biofuels as a part of the solution is being researched through their direct or partial combustion and gasification. In future scenarios, however, it can be seen that due to the balance of energy-producing raw materials, the majority of energy production will require fossil fuels or nuclear power far into the future. For the reduction of emissions in the use of solid fuels, future solutions for their exploitation are being sought by improving efficiency in energy production and by developing emission-free processes. The strategic areas of expertise at the Renewable Energy Systems Laboratory include energy efficiency and energy markets, as well as scientific computing and modelling of industrial processes.
Power Electronics Laboratory:
The power electronics lab enhances the EEE students by providing them the better understanding of the concepts and working of advanced power semiconductor devices and power electronics circuits. This lab also provides the platform for the UG students to perform and check their minor project, multi-disciplinary design and major project. This lab enables the PG students to make and test their project. Lab is open for the Research Scholars to carry out their Research during the working hours of the Institution.