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UG Course Curriculum

 

Syllabus for Undergraduate Program

 

Semester Credit Distribution

S.N.

Year/

Semester

Theory

Sessional

Total Credits

No of Course

Credits

No of Course

Credits

1

1st/Odd

5

15

4

4.50

19.50

2

1st/Even

5

15

4

4.50

19.50

3

2nd/Odd

5

15

4

5.25

20.25

4

2nd /Even

5

15

4

5.25

20.25

5

3rd/Odd

5

15

4

4.50

19.50

6

3rd/Even

5

15

5

6.00

21.00

7

4th/Odd

5

14

6

5.50

19.50

8

4th/Even

5

15

4

5.50

20.50

Total

 =SUM(ABOVE) 40

119

33

41.00

160.00

Summary of Undergraduate Course Plan

S.N.

Course Type

Credit

%

1

Departmental Courses

 

 

Core Courses

Theory

69

 

Lab

32.75

 

Elective Courses

Theory

15

 

Lab

2.25

 

Sub-Total

119.0

74.38

2

Related Courses

 

 

Humanities

Theory

11

 

Lab

0.75

 

Sub-Total

11.75

7.34

Basic Sciences

Theory

18

 

 

Lab

1.5

 

Sub-Total

19.50

12.19

Related Engg.

Theory

6

 

 

Lab

3.75

 

Sub-Total

9.75

6.09

Total

160

100.00

 

List of Undergraduate Courses

Core Courses (EEE)

S.N.

Course

Number

Course Title

Contact Hrs/week

Credit

1

EEE 1101

Electrical Circuits I

3

3.0

2

EEE 1102

Electrical Circuits I Sessional

3

1.5

3

EEE 1201

Electrical Circuits II

3

3.0

4

EEE 1202

Electrical Circuits II Sessional

3/2

0.75

5

EEE 1203

Electronics I

3

3.0

6

EEE 1204

Electronics I Sessional

3

1.5

7

EEE 2100

Electrical Shop Practice

3

1.5

8

EEE 2103

Electronics II

3

3.0

9

EEE 2104

Electronics II Sessional

3

1.5

10

EEE 2203

Electronics III

3

3.0

11

EEE 2204

Electronics III Sessional

3

1.5

12

EEE 2105

Electrical Machine I

3

3.0

13

EEE 2106

Electrical Machine I Sessional

3

1.5

14

EEE 2205

Electrical Machine II

3

3.0

15

EEE 2206

Electrical Machine II Sessional

3

1.5

16

EEE 2211

Measurement and Instrumentation

3

3.0

17

EEE 2212

Measurement and Instrumentation Sessional

3

1.5

18

EEE 2213

Digital Electronics I

3

3.0

19

EEE 2214

Digital Electronics I Sessional

3/2

0.75

20

EEE 3100

Electronic Shop Practice

3

1.5

21

EEE 3101

Signals and Linear Systems

3

3.0

22

EEE 3105

Control Systems

3

3.0

23

EEE 3106

Control Systems Sessional

3/2

0.75

24

EEE 3107

Electromagnetic Fields & Waves

3

3.0

25

EEE 3109

Computational Methods in Electrical Engineering

3

3.0

26

EEE 3110

Computational Methods in Electrical Engineering Sessional

3

1.5

27

EEE 3117

Communication Engineering I

3

3.0

28

EEE 3118

Communication Engineering I Sessional

3/2

0.75

29

EEE 3200

Electrical and Electronic Circuit Simulation Sessional

3

1.5

30

EEE 3203

Power Electronics

3

3.0

31

EEE 3204

Power Electronics Sessional

3/2

0.75

32

EEE 3205

Power Plant Engineering and Economy

3

3.0

33

EEE 3209

Microprocessor, Interfacing and System Design

3

3.0

34

EEE 3210

Microprocessor, Interfacing and System Design Sessional

3

1.5

35

EEE 3211

Power System I

3

3.0

36

EEE 3212

Power System I Sessional

3

1.5

37

EEE 3217

Communication Engineering II

3

3.0

38

EEE 3218

Communication Engineering II Sessional

3/2

0.75

39

EEE 4000

Project and Thesis

3

4.5

40

EEE 4100

Industrial Training

3

1.0

41

EEE 4107

Digital Signal Processing

3

3.0

42

EEE 4108

Digital Signal Processing Sessional

3/2

0.75

43

EEE 4117

Radio and TV Engineering

3

3.0

44

EEE 4118

Radio and TV Engineering Sessional

3/2

0.75

45

EEE 4200

Seminar

3

1.0

46

EEE 4209

Embedded System Design

3

3.0

47

EEE 4210

Embedded System Design Sessional

3/2

0.75

48

EEE 4217

Mobile Cellular Communication

3

3.0

 

 

Total

 

 101.75

 

Core Courses (Humanities)

S.N.

Course

Number

Course Title

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

1

Hum 1111

Technical English

3

3.0

2

Hum 1112

Technical English Sessional

3/2

0.75

3

Hum 1211

Financial Account and Economic Analysis

3

3.0

 

 

Total

7.5

6.75

Core Courses (Mathematics)

S.N.

Course

Number

Course Title

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

1

Math 1101

Engg. Mathematics I

3

3.0

2

Math 1201

Engg. Mathematics II

3

3.0

3

Math 2101

Engg. Mathematics III

3

3.0

4

Math 2201

Engg. Mathematics IV

3

3.0

 

 

Total

12

12.0

Core Courses (Physics)

S.N.

Course

Number

Course Title

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

1

Phy 1111

Physics

3

3.0

2

Phy 1112

Physics Sessional

3/2

0.75

 

 

Total

4.5

3.75

Core Courses (Chemistry)

S.N.

Course

Number

Course Title

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

1

Chem 1211

Chemistry

3

3.0

2

Chem 1212

Chemistry Sessional

3/2

0.75

 

 

Total

4.5

3.75

Core Courses (ME)

S.N.

Course

Number

Course Title

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

1

ME 1200

Engineering Drawing

3

1.50

2

ME 2101                    

Basic Mechanical Engineering

3

3.0

3

ME 2102                    

Basic Mechanical Engineering Sessional

3/2

0.75

 

 

Total

7.5

5.25

Core Courses (CSE)

S.N.

Course

Number

Course Title

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

1

CSE 1111

Computer Programming

3

3.0

2

CSE 1112

Computer Programming Sessional

3

1.5

 

 

Total

6

4.5

Core Courses (IPE)

S.N.

Course

Number

Course Title

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

1

IPE 2111

Legal Issues and Management for Engineers

3

3.0

2

IPE 4111

Project and Operations  Management

2

2.0

 

 

                                        Total

5

5.0

 

Elective Courses

From 4th year Odd semester, the department starts offering elective courses under three (3) major tracks viz. Power-, Electronics-, and Communication- Engineering.

Track selection:

1.      Students will be divided into the three major tracks on the basis of options given by the students and their CGPA at the end of 3rd year odd semester. For regular students, this will be done in 3rd year even semester.

2.      Maximum number of students in any major group will be N/3, where N is the total number of students in a class.

3.      A student will have to take five (5) elective courses along with the corresponding sessional courses from the respective track.

4.      Students will be assigned their projects/ theses in 4th year odd semester. The theme of project/thesis shall reflect the respective track.

5.      Maximum class size of an elective course for regular students will be N/3. However, a student who has previously failed in an elective course will be allowed to re-register the course regardless of the class size.

6.      In case of any unforeseen situation or ambiguity, the UGAC will take an appropriate decision.

 

Power Group

Sl.

No.

Course

Number

Course Title

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

1

EEE 4141

Power System II

3

3.0

2

EEE 4142

Power System II Sessional

3/2

0.75

3

EEE 4143

High Voltage Engineering

3

3.0

4

EEE 4144

High Voltage Engineering Sessional

3/2

0.75

5

EEE 4241

Power System Protection

3

3.0

6

EEE 4242

Power System Protection Sessional

3/2

0.75

7

EEE 4243

Power System Operation and Control

3

3.0

8

EEE 4245

Electrical Machine III

3

3.0

9

EEE 4247

Renewable Energy

3

3.0

 

 

Electronics Group

Sl.

No.

Course

Number

Course Title

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

1

EEE 4161

Digital Electronics II

3

3.0

2

EEE 4162

Digital Electronics II Sessional

3/2

0.75

3

EEE 4163

VLSI

3

3.0

4

EEE 4164

VLSI Sessional.

3/2

0.75

5

EEE 4261

Biomedical Engineering

3

3.0

6

EEE 4262

Biomedical Engineering Sessional

3/2

0.75

7

EEE 4263

Optoelectronics

3

3.0

8

EEE 4265

Processing & Fabrication Technology

3

3.0

9

EEE 4267

Transducers and Instrumentation

3

3.0

10

EEE 4268

Transducers and Instrumentation Sessional

3/2

0.75

Communication Group

Sl.

No.

Course

Number

Course Title

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

1

EEE 4181

Microwave Engineering

3

3.0

2

EEE 4182

Microwave Engineering Sessional

3/2

0.75

3

EEE 4183

Digital Communication

3

3.0

4

EEE 4184

Digital Communication Sessional

3/2

0.75

5

EEE 4281

Antennas and Propagation

3

3.0

6

EEE 4282

Antennas and Propagation Sessional

3/2

0.75

7

EEE 4283

Radar and Satellite Communication

3

3.0

8

EEE 4285

Optical Fiber Communication

3

3.0

 

4. Prerequisite Courses

 

S. N.

Course

Prerequisite Course

1

EEE 1201

EEE 1101

2

EEE 1203

EEE 1101

3

EEE 2103

EEE 1203

4

EEE 2105

EEE 1101

5

EEE 2203

EEE 2103

6

EEE 2205

EEE 2105

7

EEE 2213

EEE 1203

8

EEE 3105

EEE 1201

9

EEE 3107

Math 2101

10

EEE 3109

CSE 1112

11

EEE 3203

EEE 2213

12

EEE 3209

EEE 2213

13

EEE 4209

EEE 3209

 

 

 

 

 

Semester Course Plan

Department will offer the courses to its students, in general, as per the following arrangement.

 

1st Year Odd semester

Sl.

No

Course No.

Course Title

Theory

Sessional

Total Credits

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

1

EEE 1101

Electrical Circuit I

3

3

 

 

3.00

2

EEE 1102

Electrical Circuit I Sessional

 

 

3

1.5

1.50

3

CSE 1111

Computer Programming

3

3

 

 

3.00

4

CSE 1112

Computer Programming Sessional

 

 

3

1.5

1.50

5

Math 1101

Engg. Mathematics I

3

3

 

 

3.00

6

Phy 1111

Physics

3

3

 

 

3.00

7

Phy 1112

Physics Sessional

 

 

3/2

0.75

0.75

8

Hum 1111

Technical English

3

3

 

 

3.00

9

Hum 1112

Technical English Sessional

 

 

3/2

0.75

0.75

Total

15

15

9

4.5

19.50

 

1st Year Even semester

Sl.

No

Course No.

Course Title

Theory

Sessional

Total Credits

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

1

EEE 1201

Electrical Circuit II

3

3

 

 

3.00

2

EEE 1202

Electrical Circuit II Sessional

 

 

3/2

0.75

0.75

3

EEE 1203

Electronics I

3

3

 

 

3.00

4

EEE 1204

Electronics I Sessional

 

 

3

1.5

1.50

5

Chem 1111

Chemistry

3

3

 

 

3.00

6

Chem 1112

 Chemistry Sessional

 

 

3/2

0.75

0.75

7

Hum 1211

Financial Account & Economic Analysis

3

3

 

 

3.00

8

Math 1201

   Engg. Mathematics II

3

3

 

 

3.00

9

ME 1200

  Engineering Drawing

 

 

3

1.5

1.50

Total

15

15

9

4.5

19.50

 

2nd Year Odd semester

Sl.

No

Course No.

Course Title

Theory

Sessional

Total Credits

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

1

EEE 2100

Electrical Shop Practice

 

 

3

1.5

1.50

2

EEE 2103

Electronics  II

3

3

 

 

3.00

3

EEE 2104

Electronics II Sessional

 

 

3

1.5

1.50

4

EEE 2105

Electrical Machine  I

3

3

 

 

3.00

5

EEE 2106

Electrical Machine  I Sessional

 

 

3

1.5

1.50

6

Math 2101

Engg.  Mathematics III

3

3

 

 

3.00

7

ME 2101

Basic Mechanical Engineering

3

3

 

 

3.00

8

ME 2102

Basic Mechanical Engineering Sessional

 

 

3/2

0.75

0.75

9

IPE 2111

Legal Issues and Management for Engineers

3

3

 

 

3.00

Total

15

15

10.5

5.25

20.50

 

2nd Year Even semester

Sl.

No

Course No.

Course Title

Theory

Sessional

Total Credits

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

1

Math 2201

Engg. Mathematics IV

3

3

 

 

3.00

2

EEE2203

Electronics III

3

3

 

 

3.00

3

EEE2204

Electronics III Sessional

 

 

3

1.5

1.50

4

EEE2205

Electrical Machine II

3

3

 

 

3.00

5

EEE2206

Electrical Machine II Sessional

 

 

3

1.5

1.50

6

EEE2211

Measurement & Instrumentation

3

3

 

 

3.00

7

EEE2212

Measurement & Instrumentation Sessional

 

 

3

1.5

1.50

8

EEE2213

Digital Electronics I

3

3

 

 

3.00

9

EEE 2214

Digital Electronics I Sessional

 

 

3/2

0.75

0.75

Total

15

15

10.5

5.25

20.25

 

3rd Year odd semester

Sl. No

Course No.

Course Title

Theory

Sessional

Total Credits

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

1

EEE 3100

Electronic Shop Practice

 

 

3

1.5

1.50

2

EEE 3101

Signals and Linear Systems

3

3

 

 

 3.00

3

EEE 3105

Control Systems

3

3

 

 

3.00

4

EEE 3106

Control Systems Sessional

 

 

3/2

0.75

0.75

5

EEE 3107

Electromagnetic Fields & Waves

3

3

 

 

3.00

6

EEE 3109

Computational Methods in Electrical Engineering

3

3

 

 

3.00

7

EEE 3110

Computational Methods in Electrical Engineering Sessional

 

 

3

1.5

1.50

8

EEE 3117

Communication Engineering I

3

3

 

 

3.00

9

EEE 3118

Communication Engineering I Sessional

 

 

3/2

0.75

0.75

Total

15

15

9

4.5

19.50

 

3rd Year even semester

Sl.

No

Course No.

Course Title

Theory

Sessional

Total Credits

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

1

EEE 3200

Electrical and Electronic Circuit Simulation Lab

 

 

3

1.5

1.50

2

EEE 3203

Power Electronics

3

3

 

 

3.00

3

EEE 3204

 

Power Electronics Sessional

 

 

3/2

0.75

0.75

4

EEE 3205

Power Plant Engineering and Economy

3

3

 

 

3.00

5

EEE 3209

Microprocessor, Interfacing and  System design

3

3

 

 

3.00

6

EEE 3210

Microprocessor, Interfacing and  System design Sessional

 

 

3

1.5

1.50

7

EEE 3211

Power System I

3

3

 

 

3.00

8

EEE 3212

Power System I Sessional

 

 

3

1.5

1.50

9

EEE 3217

Communication Engineering II

3

3

 

 

3.00

10

EEE 3218

Communication Engineering II Sessional

 

 

3/2

0.75

0.75

Total

15

15

12

6.00

21.00

4th  Year odd semester

Sl. No

Course No.

Course Title

Theory

Sessional

Total Credits

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

1

EEE 4000

Project & Thesis

 

 

3

1.5

1.50

2

EEE 4100

Industrial Training*

 

 

 

1

1.00

3

EEE 4107

Digital Signal Processing

3

3

 

 

3.00

4

EEE 4108

Digital Signal Processing Sessional

 

 

3/2

0.75

0.75

5

EEE 4117

Radio and TV Engineering

3

3

 

 

3.00

6

EEE 4118

Radio and TV Engineering Sessional

 

 

3/2

0.75

0.75

7

IPE 4111

Project and Operations Management

2

2

 

 

2.00

8

EEE ****

Elective I

3

3

 

 

3.00

9

EEE ****

Elective I Sessional

 

 

3/2

0.75

0.75

10

EEE ****

Elective II

3

3

 

 

3.00

11

EEE ****

Elective II Sessional

 

 

3/2

0.75

0.75

Total

14

14

9

5.5

19.50

*Industrial Training: Students will be attached with the industries/service agencies for two weeks after completion of their third year odd semester or during any vacation in Third year even semester) to gain practical knowledge.

 

4th  Year even semester

Sl. No

Course No.

Course Title

Theory

Sessional

Total Credits

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

Contact Hrs/week

Credits

1

EEE 4000

Project & Thesis

 

 

6

3

3.00

2

EEE 4200

Seminar

 

 

2

1

1.00

3

EEE 4209

Embedded System Design

3

3

 

 

3.00

4

EEE 4210

Embedded System design Sessional

 

 

3/2

0.75

0.75

5

EEE 4217

Mobile Cellular Communication

3

3

 

 

3.00

6

EEE ****

Elective III

3

3

 

 

3.00

7

EEE ****

Elective III Sessional

 

 

3/2

0.75

0.75

8

EEE ****

Elective IV

3

3

 

 

3.00

9

EEE ****

Elective V

3

3

 

 

3.00

Total

15

15

11

5.5

20.50

 

 

2. Elective Course divisions

 

Elective I

Group

Course No.

Course Title

Credit

Power

 

EEE 4141

Power System II

3.00

EEE 4142

Power System II Sessional

0.75

Electronics

 

EEE 4161

Digital Electronics II

3.00

EEE 4162

Digital Electronics II Sessional

0.75

Communication

 

EEE 4181

Microwave Engineering

3.00

EEE 4182

Microwave Engineering Sessional

0.75

 

 

Elective II

Group

Course No.

Course Title

Credit

Power

EEE 4143

High Voltage Engineering

3.00

EEE 4144

High Voltage Engineering Sessional

0.75

Electronics

EEE 4163

VLSI

3.00

EEE 4164

VLSI Sessional

0.75

Communication

EEE 4183

Digital Communication

3.00

EEE 4184

Digital Communication Sessional

0.75

 

Elective III

Group

Course No.

Course Title

Credit

Power

 

EEE 4241

Power System Protection

3.00

EEE 4242

Power System Protection Sessional

0.75

Electronics

 

EEE 4261

Biomedical Engineering

3.00

EEE 4262

Biomedical Engineering Sessional

0.75

EEE 4267

Transducers and Instrumentation

3.00

EEE 4268

Transducers and Instrumentation Sessional

0.75

Communication

 

EEE 4281

Antennas and Propagation

3.00

EEE 4282

Antennas and Propagation Sessional

0.75

 

Elective IV

Group

Course No.

Course Title

Credit

Power

EEE 4243

Power System Operation and Control

3.00

Electronics

EEE 4263

Optoelectronics

3.00

Communication

EEE 4283

Radar and Satellite Communication

3.00

 

Elective V

Group

Course No.

Course Title

Credit

Power

EEE 4245/

EEE 4247

Electrical Machine III /

Renewable Energy

3.00

Electronics

EEE 4265

Processing & Fabrication Technology

3.00

Communication

EEE 4285

Optical Fiber Communication

3.00

 


Details Syllabus

 

1. Core Courses offered by the Department of EEE

 

EEE 1101                           Electrical Circuits I

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                    Credits: 3

 

Introduction of electrical power sources, ideal and practical sources, linear circuit elements. DC analysis of series, parallel and series-parallel circuits. Kirchhoff’s Voltage and current laws, voltage, current, power and energy. Sinusoidal wave: Average and effective values, form factor, peak factor, phase relation and phasors. Steady state AC analysis of series, parallel and series parallel circuits, phase relation between voltage and current, concept of impedance, power, power factor, phasor diagram. Network theorems: Superposition theorem, Thevenin’s theorem, Norton’s theorem, maximum power transfer theorem, substitution theorem and reciprocity theorem. Frequency response of ac circuits, resonance phenomena.

Magnetic circuit and concepts: flux, fields, permeability reluctance, analysis of series, parallel and series- parallel magnetic circuit.

 

EEE 1102            Electrical Circuits I Sessional

Contact hours/week : 3                                                                 Credits : 1.5

 

Sessional based on the theory of course EEE 1101

 

 

EEE 1201            Electrical Circuits II

Contact hours/week :3                                                                      Credits: 3 

 

Polyphase system, balanced and unbalanced three phase circuit analysis. Two-port network analysis. Coupled circuit. Introduction to filter.

 

EEE 1202                           Electrical Circuits II Sessional

Contact hours/week :3/2                                                             Credits: 0.75 

 

Sessional based on the theory of course EEE 1201.

 

EEE 1203                            Electronics I

Contact hours/week: 4                                                                      Credits: 3 

Signals, their origin and processing in electronic system. Development of electronic processing devices; Vacuum tubes and semiconductor devices; P-N junction semiconductor diodes; Application of diode as rectifier, Zener diode and its application.

BJT, FET, MOSFET : Characteristics, Biasing techniques, Stabilization factors, Compensation. Equivalent circuits, single stage amplifiers at midband frequencies. Power amplifiers. Heat sink.

 

EEE 1204                              Electronics I Sessional

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                  Credits: 1.5 

Sessional based on the theory of course EEE 1203.

 

EEE 2100            Electrical Shop Practice

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                   Credits:1.5

 

Electrician’s tools, splices, soldering, code practices. Electrical and electronic symbols, Safety rules, electricity rules and electricity codes. Electrical wiring system design drawing and estimation for residential and commercial house wiring and Industrial installation wiring. Use of meggers, Insulation test, Grounding earth resistance measurement using earth resistance tester. Battery charging.

EEE 2103                              Electronics II

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                       Credits:3

BJT, FET, MOSFET multistage amplifier circuits. Frequency response of single stage and multistage amplifiers. Introduction to CMOS and its applications.

Introduction to operational amplifiers: Basic linear and non linear applications. Frequency response, bandwidth and other practical limitation of op-amps, compensation techniques. Feedback concept, Improvement of amplifier characteristics by negative feedback. Classification, analysis of feedback amplifier. Sinusoidal oscillators: Concept and its classification. Active filters. Negative impedance converters.

 

EEE 2104            Electronics II Sessional

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                   Credits:1.5

Sessional based on the theory of course EEE 2103.

 

EEE 2203            Electronics III

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                       Credits:3

Wave shaping: Linear and non-linear wave shaping, Clipping and Clamping circuits, Non Linear function circuits. Negative resistance switching circuits. Timing circuits; Bi-stable, mono-stable and Astable multivibrators, Sweep and staircase generator, IC 555 and its application. Application of op-amp in timing circuits, Comparators, Schimtt’s Trigger. Pulse generator, VCO, PLL, Blocking oscillators.

EEE 2204            Electronics III Sessional

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                   Credits:1.5

Sessional based on the theory of course of  EEE 2203

 

EEE 2105                           Electrical Machine I

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                      Credits: 3 

Transformer: Ideal transformer- transformation ratio, no-load and load vector diagrams; actual transformer- equivalent circuit, regulation, short circuit and open circuit tests. Three phase transformer and its connections; Vector group of three phase transformers; Phase conversion.

Three Phase Induction Motor: Rotating magnetic field, equivalent circuit, vector diagram, torque-speed characteristics, effect of changing rotor resistance and reactance on torque-speed curves, motor torque and developed rotor power, no-load test, blocked rotor test, starting and braking and speed control; Induction generator.

Single Phase Induction Motor: Theory of operation, equivalent circuit and starting.

EEE 2106            Electrical Machine I Sessional

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                   Credits: 1.5 

Sessional based on the theory of course EEE 2105.

EEE 2205                             Electrical Machine II

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                       Credits:3

DC Generators: Types, no-load voltage characteristics, build up of a self excited shunt generator, load-voltage characteristic, effect of speed on no-load and load characteristics and voltage regulation, armature reaction.

DC Motor: Operating principle, counter emf, torque, speed, torque-speed characteristics, starting, braking, and speed control.

Synchronous Generator: Windings, excitation systems, equivalent circuit, vector diagrams at different loads, factors affecting voltage regulation, synchronous impedance, synchronous impedance methods of predicting voltage regulation and its limitations. Parallel operation: necessary conditions, synchronizing, circulating current and vector diagram.

Synchronous Motor: Operation, loading effect, effect of changing excitation, V-curves, and starting methods.

EEE 2206            Electrical Machine II Sessional

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                    Credits:1.5

Sessional based on the theory of course EEE 2205.

EEE 2211                                  Measurement & Instrumentation

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                       Credits:3

Introduction : Methods of measurement. Statistical method applied to field of measurement and error analysis and calibration.

Resistance, Inductance and Capacitance measurements: Different methods of measuring high, medium and low resistances. Methods of measuring self and mutual inductance and capacitance measurement. A.C. and DC bridge methods, Measurement of insulation and earth resistances. Localization of cable fault.

Magnetic measurement: Flux meter, Flux and Flux density measurement. Determination of iron losses and their separation.

Measuring instruments : Classification of measuring instruments. Ammeter, Voltmeter, wattmeter, AVO meter, Energy meter, Ampere-hour meter and Maximum demand meter for measuring AC and DC quantities. Speed, frequency and phase difference measurements. Illumination measurement.

Electronic measuring instruments: Digital instruments, VTVM, Q-meter and CRO.

Instrumentation : Extension of instrument range. Use of C.T. and P.T and calculation of their burden, Instrumentation of substation.

Measurement of non-electrical quantities: Transducer. Measurement of temperature, pressure, displacement, velocity, acceleration. Strain gauge and their applications.

 

EEE 2212                                Measurement & Instrumentation Sessional

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                    Credits:1.5

Sessional based on the theory of course EEE 2211.

 

EEE 2213            Digital Electronics I

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                       Credits:3

 

Analysis and Synthesis of Digital Logic Circuits: Number system, codes, and conversion. Boolean algebra, De Morgan’s law, logic gates and truth tables, combinational logic design, minimization techniques, implementation of basic static logic gates in CMOS and BiCMOS. Arithmetic and data handling logic circuits, decoders and encoders, multiplexers and combinational circuit design.

Programmable Logic Devices: Logic arrays, Field Programmable Logic Arrays and Programmable Read Only Memory.

Sequential Circuits: Different types of latches, flip-flops and their design using ASM approach, timing analysis, timing analysis and power optimization of sequential circuits. Modular sequential logic circuit design: Shift registers, counters and their applications.

 

EEE 2214                             Digital Electronics I Sessional

Contact hours/week: 3/2                                                               Credits:0.75

 

Sessional based on the theory of course EEE 2213.

EEE 3100                  Electronic Shop Practice

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                  Credits: 1.5

Introduction to formal procedures of preventive maintenance. Circuit tracing, trouble shooting, fault repairing, soldering and de-soldering of electronic circuits. Design of PCB layout, etching.

Radio receivers: Principles of operations, circuit tracing, fault finding by signal injection alignment. TV camera, B/W TV, color TV. CD and VCD player.

 

EEE 3101                                       Signals and Linear Systems

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                       Credits:3

 

Analogous system, Response to non-sinusoidal voltage, L-system. Transform methods, Purpose and nature of transform, Fourier and Laplace transforms. Impulse function. Convolution integral and their application to network and system analysis. Filter equations, modern filters.

 

EEE 3105                                   Control Systems

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                     Credits: 3

 

Introductory Concepts: Open loop versus closed loop feedback system. Input output relationship. Transfer function. DC machine dynamics, performance criteria, sensitivity and accuracy. Analysis of control systems time and frequency domain error constants.

Stability of control system : Routh-Hurwitz criterion, bode plot, polar plot. Nyquist method. Root locus techniques. Frequency response analysis. Nicholes chart, compensation. Introduction to non-linear control system. State variable characterization of systems, transition matrix, canonical forms. Controllability and observability.

 

EEE 3106                              Control Systems Sessional

Contact hours/week: 3/2                                                              Credits: 0.75

 

Sessional based on the theory of course EEE 3105.

 

 

EEE 3107                          Electromagnetic Fields & Waves

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                       Credits:3

 

Electrostatics and Magnetostatics using vector methods. Fields in dielectrics and conductors. Boundary conditions of Electric and Magnetic fields. Time Varying Fields; Maxwell’s equation and poynting vector. Uniform plane wave and its transmission and reflection. Skin effect and Surface resistance. Wave guides. Introduction to radiation system.

 

EEE 3109                    Computational Methods in Electrical Engineering

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                       Credits:3

Computer algorithm Mathematical modeling of physical systems. Iterative Techniques, Solution of simultaneous equations, Interpolation, Curve fitting, Solution of Differential Equations. Numerical solution of Integration. Application of the above techniques in Electrical & Electronic Engineering through computer program.

 

EEE 3110            Computational Methods in Electrical Engineering Sessional

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                   Credits:1.5

Sessional based on the theory of course EEE 3109.

 

EEE 3117                             Communication Engineering I

Contact hours/week: 3
 Credit : 3

 

Introduction: Principle, evolution, networks, exchange and international regulatory bodies. Telephone apparatus: Microphone, speakers, ringer, pulse tone dialing mechanism, side-tone mechanism, local and central batteries and advanced features. Switching system: Introduction to analog system, digital switching systems – space division switching, blocking probability and multistage switching, time division switching and two dimensional switching. Traffic analysis: Traffic characterization, grades of service, network blocking probabilities, delay system and queuing. Modern telephone services and network: Internet telephony, facsimile, integrated services digital network, asynchronous transfer mode and intelligent networks.

 

EEE 3118                          Communication Engineering I Sessional

Contact hours/week: 3/2                                                               Credits:0.75

Sessional based on the theory of course EEE 3117.

 

EEE 3200          Electrical & Electronic Circuit Simulation Sessional

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                    Credits:1.5

Verification of theories and concepts learned in electrical and electronic circuit theory courses using simulation software(s). Design of electrical (DC and AC) and electronic circuits by simulation.

 

EEE 3203                          Power Electronics

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                 

                                     Credits:3

 

Power semiconductor switches and triggering devices: BJT, MOSFET, SCR, IGBT, GTO, TRIAC, UJT and DIAC. Rectifiers: Uncontrolled and controlled single phase and three phase. Regulated power supplies: Linear-series and shunt, switching buck, buckboost, boost and cuk regulators. AC voltage controllers, single and three phase. Choppers. DC motor control. Single phase cycloconverter. Inverters: single phase and three phase current and voltage source. AC motor control. Stepper motor control. Resonance inverters. Pulse width modulation control of static converters.

 

EEE 3204            Power Electronics Sessional

Contact hours/week: 3/2                                                                

                                     Credits:0.75

 

Sessional based on the theory of course EEE 3203.

 

EEE 3205                                   Power Plant Engineering and Economy

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                   Credits: 3

 

Introduction to thermal, hydro and nuclear power stations. Nuclear reactor, reactor construction and control. Power reactors. Central station reactors. Nuclear hazards.

Variable load problems, plotting and analysis of load curves, chronological load curves and load duration curve. Energy load curve and its use. Load factor, capacity factor, demand factor, utilization factor, diversity factor etc. and there impact over the cost analysis of power generation and utilization.

Load forecasting, selection of units and plant location.

Load shearing: Base load and peak load plants. Use of chronological load curves to distribute load among units.

Power plant Economics: Economic operation of power plants. Input output curve, heat rate curve, incremental rate curve. Use of incremental rate curve for optimum load scheduling. Transmission line loss, determination of loss co-efficient. Economic conductor selection, Kelvin’s law. Graphical method for location of distribution systems. Tariff and tariff design. Bus system. Importance of power control. Current limiting reactors. Different types of bus system layout. Forces on bus section in case of short circuit.

 

EEE 3209                        Microprocessor, Interfacing and System design

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                       Credits:3

Fundamental Concepts: Microprocessor: A programmable device; microcomputer components and support ICs, building blocks of MPU based systems, microprocessor buses, programming principles using MASM, microprocessor instructions.

16-bit Architecture: Pin diagram and functions, memory organization, bus activities, register layout, internal processing blocks.

Instruction Set: Classifications of instructions, addressing modes, address computing chart.

I/O Controller Programming: Port definition and read/write instructions, parallel I/O programming using 8255, serial I/O programming using 8251, display programming using 8279 and LCD, keyboard programming using 8279 and discrete components, generation of timing functions using 8254 Timer/Counter.

Interrupt Structure: Interrupt terminologies, hardware and software interrupt, multiple interrupt management, 8259 interrupt controller.

Data Conversion Algorithm: BCD2BIN conversion, BIN2BCD conversion, binary multiplication, binary division.

System Design (8086 based digital weighing machine: DWM) Topdown/Bottomup design concept, hardware block diagram, control program flow chart, weight/rate acquisition and processing and display, cost computation and processing and display.

Advanced Microprocessors and Microcontrollers: History of the evolution of MPU/MCU, multitasking systems, PVAM operation of Intel high performance architecture, overview of 80286 architecture, instruction and programming; overview of 80386 architecture, instruction and programming; CISC and RISC microcontrollers, instruction and programming.

 

EEE 3210 Microprocessor, Interfacing and System design Sessional

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                   Credits:1.5

Sessional based on the theory of course EEE 3209.

 

EEE 3211                 Power System I

Contact hours/week: 3                                                                       Credits:3

 

Inductance and Capacitance of overhead power line. Line representation : equivalent circuit of short, medium and long line. Network representation: single line and reactance diagram of power system and per unit representation. Load flow studies : Gauss – seidel and     Newton-Raphson method. Control of voltage, real power and reactive power. Reactive power compensation. Fault analysis: Symmetrical fault calculation, symmetrical components, sequence impedance and sequence networks, different unsymmetrical fault calculation. Introduction to different kinds of relays and circuit breakers. Typical layout of substation equipment.

 

EEE 3212                         Power System I Sessional

Contact hours/week: 3