Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Electrical Machines lab is conducted for the under graduate students. In this lab students perform the basic experiments of the Dc machines and AC machines.Machines lab is the core of electrical engineering. It gives a hands on experience of handling various types of DC and AC machines like motors, generators and transformers.

Lab in Charge Mr. Anoop V P
Lab Staff Mrs. Smitha U S

 

This laboratory is to impart practical knowledge for both UG and PG students, of power electronic components and their applications. This laboratory is equipped with various modules for characteristic curve analysis of power electronic components (viz. diac, triac, thyristors and UJTs) and experimental setup of converters, inverters, choppers and speed control of dc motors. Power Electronics is very useful for Students to understand the concept of power electronics devices. Students can perform experiments like VI characteristics of the power electronic devices, single phase controlled rectifiers, DCDC choppers etc. This Lab is provided with a bread board for testing their own circuits. Power Electronics addresses the application of electronics to energy conversion and control.  Topics covered include: characteristics of power semiconductor devices; modeling, analysis, and control techniques; design of power circuits including ac-ac regulator, inverters, rectifiers, and dc-dc converters; analysis and design of magnetic components and filters; interface between power electronics equipment and utility supply; and application to power supplies, motor drives, and green energy sources.

Lab in Charge  Ms. Neethu Raj P R
Lab Staff Mrs. Sreethu Ajay P A

 

Electrical measurement Lab addresses the application of equipments for measuring electrical parameters.  Topics covered include: Calibration of single-phase energy meter by direct and phantom loading, Calibration of three-phase energy meter, Measurement of self and mutual inductance, Determination of BH CURVE. Determination of hysteresis loop, calibration of ammeter, voltmeter, wattmeter via potentiometer method, measurement of resistance using Wheastone’s Bridge and Kelvin Double bridge, Extension of range of wattmeter using CT & PT, Measurement of displacement using LVDT, Measurement of current/ voltage using Hall effect transducer, Thermocouple based ON – OFF controller, Measurement of physical quantities – strain, torque and angle, Measurement of temperature by RTD method

Lab in Charge  Ms. Merry Mathew Padayattil
Lab Staff  Mrs. Sreethu Ajay P A

 

Digital electronics lab in Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering is well equipped with modern facilities for the under-graduate courses and research oriented studies. In under-graduate courses, students are divided into small groups so as to give them proper exposure. Laying a strong foundation for young engineers, the laboratory makes the students understand the fundamentals of Digital Electronics. The students will have hands -on experience of Logic gates, Combinational and Sequential circuits. The Major equipment include digital IC trainers, microprocessor/microcontroller trainer kits, stepper motor interfacing cards, ADC interfacing modules, matrix keyboard interface modules, LED matrix display module, regulated dual power supplies, cathode ray oscilloscope (CROs), function generators, universal IC tester and flat ribbon cable connectors. Numerous ICs ranging 7400, 7402, 7404, 7408, 7410, 7411, 7414, 7420, 7421, 7432, 7442, 7446, 7473, 7474, 7476, 7483, 74138, 74139, 74150, 74151, 74153, 74154, 74155, 74157, 7483 etc. are available in lab. Digital electronics lab also includes popular design software VHDL.

Lab in Charge Mr. Sunil V Chandran
Lab Staff Mrs.Shincy

 

Systems & Simulation Lab in Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering is well equipped with modern facilities for the under-graduate courses and research oriented studies. In under-graduate courses, students are divided into small groups so as to give them proper exposure. Laying a strong foundation for young engineers, the laboratory makes the students understand the fundamentals of Control systems. They are given a strong base in Microprocessor, Microcontroller, and MATLAB keeping the objective of lab in mind. The students will have hands -on experience of 8086 microprocessor kit, 8051 microcontroller kit, ADC interface module, DAC interface module, Stepper motor, DC motor,MATLAB and Mipower. The Major equipment include microprocessor/microcontroller trainer kits, stepper motor interfacing cards, ADC interfacing modules, DAC interface module, matrix keyboard interface modules, LED matrix display module, regulated dual power supplies, Digital Storage oscilloscope (DSOs), function generators, universal IC tester and flat ribbon cable connectors. Advanced Electrical Engineering lab also includes popular system analysis software Mipower and Mathworks software MATLAB.

Lab in Charge Mr. Jo Joy
Lab Staff Mrs. Smitha U S

 

The workshop includes familiarization of various equipments, tools and techniques used in electrical laboratory and practice of different basic wiring, lighting circuits. Students are benefited in such a way that they get an idea about household wiring and metering systems and various tools. They are also made aware of various safety precautions, electrical shocks and preventions.
Students get an idea of use of tools used by electricians, wiring regulations, types of cables and electric accessories including switches, plug, circuit breakers, fuses etc., symbols for electrical wiring schematics e.g. switches, lamps, sockets etc., drawing and practice in simple house wiring and testing methods, wiring schemed of two way and three way circuits, voltage, current, energy measurements etc .
Technical facilities in workshop include various types of wiring accessories, electrical tools, basic meters for voltage current and energy measurements. Wiring accessories for basic wirings like simple lighting circuit, staircase wiring, godown wiring, and fluorescent lamp are available.

Lab in charge  Ms. Jilu Alias
Lab Staff Mrs. Jency T G


 

Analog electronics lab in Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering is well equipped with modern facilities for the under-graduate courses and research oriented studies. In under-graduate courses, students are divided into small groups so as to give them proper exposure. Laying a strong foundation for young engineers, the laboratory makes the students understand the fundamentals of Analog Electronics. The Major equipment includes regulated dual power supplies, cathode ray oscilloscope (CROs), and function generators. The various components includes various types of resistors, Op- Amps, BJT, JFET, 555 timer and many more are available in lab. 

Lab in Charge Ms. Drisya K Sasi
Lab Staff Mrs. Shincy Leo

 

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