Electrical & Electronics Engineering broadly involves electricity, electromagnetism and electronics. It is one of the fundamental branches of science and technology on which all other modern branches of engineering have evolved from. Electrical and Electronics engineers work in a variety of fields including power sector, machine design, renewable energy sector, biomedical engineering, aerospace industry, communications industry and information technology.
The Department of Electrical and Electronics engineering was started in the year 2013 with an intake of 60 students. The Department of EEE is strengthened by well experienced and highly qualified 9 Nos. of Teaching Faculty and 2 Nos. of Non teaching staff. The Department is catered with good infrastructure including five Class rooms, Seminar Hall, Staff rooms and a Dept. Library. The Department is established with all resources to conduct Laboratories such as Electrical Wiring & Circuits, Electrical Machines, Control & Instrumentation, Power Electronics, Power system simulation.
|S.NO||Name of the Staff||Designation||Qualification||Experience||Email- ID|
|1||Mr. M.R. Saravanan||Head, Associate Professor||M.E||12 years 11 email@example.com|
|2||Mrs.Nirmal Freeda||Assistant Professor||M.E||2 years 10 Monthsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|3||Dr. R.Reena Daphne||Professor||M.E PhD||12 years 7 email@example.com|
|4||Mrs. I. Sabareesa Priya||Associate Professor||M.E||10 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|5||Ms. Sherlin Jesu Dhas||Assistant Professor||M.E||2 email@example.com|
|6||Ms. P. Hurisha Barvin||Assistant Professor||M.E||2 years 4 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|7||Mr. J.S.Jason||Assistant Professor||M.E||7 email@example.com|
|8||Mrs. J. Jasmine||Assistant Professor||M.E||4 years 2 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|9||Mrs. M. E. Shajini Sheeba||Associate Professor||M.E||13 email@example.com|
Voltmeters, Ammeters, Single phase and three phase Energy meter, Power factor meter, Transformer winding machine, Wattmeter(LPF and UPF), Meggar, resistive load, inductive load, capacitive load, multimeter, Earth tester.
This lab pioneers the students to the basic electrical measuring equipments that make them deal with some of the commonly used instruments and equipments, like the digital multimeter, tester etc. The students would gain the basic knowledge about different types of wiring circuits, behaviour of current, voltage, power, energy under different conditions and their determination. They can also add on to their knowledge about residential wiring, trouble shooting various electrical equipments like ceiling fan, mixer, air conditioner and other electrical gadgets. These experiments therefore aid in providing them the foundation they require to be Electrical engineers.
Especially designed for the benefit of first year students for all branches.
It is the duty of instrumentation and control engineers to research, design, install, develop, test and maintain instruments, electronics and computer control systems that are in use in the process industry. Many ways have been formulated to control these systems with the help of automation techniques and computer-aided processes. Their key focus is to ensure that the processes function efficiently and safely. This lab prepares students who seek to enter this stream by providing them with elaborate knowledge to supervise and control instruments.
The laboratory utilizes both hardware and software facilities. The Control & Instrumentation lab is equipped with CRO, oscilloscopes, various trainer kits and earth tester such as megger, signal generators, sensors, tranducers, converters digital multimeters and loading inductor, capacitor, resistive loads, LCR meter & energy meter. The software used is MATLAB.
This lab is equipped with excellent facilities for Instrumentation and control. This lab includes various kits, Hardware/Software as well as specialized computer language compilers software (MATLAB).
The power electronics lab augments the knowledge of the EEE students by providing them a better understanding of the concepts and working of advanced power semiconductor devices and power electronics circuits.
In this lab:
R, RC and UJT triggering circuits are built to know the procedure to give and adjust the firing pulse to the SCR so as to make it to conduct. 1-phase semi converter and full converter experiments are performed to understand the conversion of AC supply to DC supply and the variation of average output voltage for different firing angles. 1-phase AC voltage controller using TRIAC is done to get the variable AC output voltage from fixed AC input voltage. For converting DC to AC, 1-phase series inverter, 1-phase parallel inverter and 1-phase Mc Murray inverter experiments inverter are conducted. Voltage and current commutated chopper circuits are built to understand the conversion of fixed DC to variable DC voltage by voltage commutation and current commutation respectively. Speed control of DC shunt motor, universal motor and three phase induction motor using respective power electronics circuits are also done.
The power electronics lab is equipped with the following prominent power electronics equipments:
The chief goal of the Power System Simulation lab is to provide assistance to students that will enhance their chances of succeeding in technology-based assignments and to provide access to equipment that will support the needs of instruction where we cherish life-long learning. The Simulation lab supports the curriculum of the Anna University and the assignments of the faculty.
The aim of this laboratory is to provide required simulations facilities to the undergraduate students in order to meet their requirements in the field of the Electrical engineering profession. The major emphasis is laid on doing project works on designing Electrical and Electronics circuits using latest application packages such as MATLAB, PSPICE, ETAP and other engineering packages which are greatly used by the undergraduate students. It is equipped with computers and remains active during all working days. Required printing facilities are also available to all its users.
|Number of computers||Computer details Manufacture/Specifications||Printer||Software|
|39(1-Teacher station 38-client workstations)||HP Compaq Intel core2-duo E-7500 processor/4GB DDR3 RAM/320GB SATA 3.5/ monitor 20” LCD with speaker /3-3-3 warranty Intel chipset HP keyboard/ HP USB 2 button mouse||Cannon iR1024||MATLAB R-14 ETAP Magnet (Ver 6) MultiSim (Ver 7) PSCAD / EMTDC|
Rectifier, motor-generator set, motor- alternator set, induction motor, synchronous motor, variety of transformers, lamploads, inductive loads, resistive loads, compound machines, tachometers, voltmeters ,ammeters, wattmeters, megger ,frequency meter, synchroscope, rheostats, variety of starters, DC motors, etc.
This is our core set of laboratories, in terms of curriculum. Its overall needs are versatility and generality, in view of the many fundamental course needs it serves. This lab in general holds enough number of experiments appropriate for giving students a sufficient exposure thereby enabling them to easily adopt experiments in more advanced laboratories in the department.
This is the major lab where experiments like load test on various machines, speed control tests, open circuit tests, short circuit tests, etc are carried out and also wide variety of experiments are performed here with combination of different rotating machines. The laboratory is also used for research activities in machines and to carry out project works on energy conversion.
Voltmeters, Ammeters, CRO, DSO, Regulated Power Supply, Single phase Energy meter, Power factor meter, Wattmeter(LPF and UPF), resistive load, inductive load, capacitive load, multimeter, DRB, DCB & DIB and consumables such as Resistors, Capacitors & Inductors.
The students will learn the basic requirements for building simple DC/AC circuits, verification of circuit theorems, employ power supplies as well as measure electrical parameters of current, voltage, resistance with multimeters and oscilloscopes. The Electric Circuit Laboratory is utilised by EEE & ECE branches of students for lab work.
Designed for the benefit of first year EEE students.
Digital Multimeter, IC Tester (Analog), Cathode Ray Oscilloscope, Dual Power Supply, Function Generator (3MHz), Linear IC Trainer Kits, ADC & DAC Measurements & Controller, PSPICE Software, Digital IC’s.
The main objective of this lab course is to gain the practical hands on experience by exposing the students to various linear IC applications. The lab also introduces to the students 555 timer and IC 741 and its applications, various voltage regulators. The testers for IC are available.
Designed for the benefit of second year EEE students.
Our First & Second Batch students along with staff have visited Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project ( KKNPP) on 27.08.2015.
Our Third & Fourth Batch students along with staff have visited 230 kV/110 kV Substation Shenbagaramanputhoor on 13.04.2017.
Our Third & Fifth Batch students along with staff have visited Thermal Power Plant, NTPL Tutucorin on 07.09.2017.
Our Fourth Batch students along with staff have visited Pykara Mini Power House, Ooty on 16.02.2017.