Lab Facilities

Laboratory Facilities

Departmental Laboratories

pic » Description: This lab aims to conduct various experiments on basic microwave principles and properties. Experiments related to impedance matching, study of microwave source and wave parameters are subject of this lab.» Major components:
• FR4-Board
• Binomial multi-section matching transformer

» Software used:
• Ansoft HFFSS & Ansoft Designer
• Matlab

pic1 » Description: Purpose of this laboratory is to provide the freshmen students with practical introduction to ac, dc electric circuit theories and operations. Experiments like power factor improvement, transient analysis, filter and resonance circuit operations are conducted.

» Major components:
• Oscilloscopes
• Trainer boards

» Software used:
• Orcad PSpice

pic3 » Description: This lab aims to implement and verify the concepts learnt from electronics courses. Students would be able to perform simulations of different electrical and electronic circuits and analyze transient, DC/AC sweep behavior. They would also be able to implement circuits with diodes, MOSFETs, OP-AMPs.

» Major components:
• Trainer board

» Software used:
• Orcad PSpice
• Silos

pic4 » Description: Energy conversion lab introduces the students with electric machines (both AC and DC), namely the motors, generators, offers hands-on experiments to understand those machine operations.

» Major components:
• Synchronous machines
• DC machines
• Induction motors

pic5 » Description: In this lab students can implement their microprocessor and microcontroller based projects using various processors, microcomputers and i/o devices.

» Major components:
• 8085 MPU trainer Kit
• 8051 MCU trainer Kit
• 8086 MPU trainer kit
• Universal programmer
• I/O interfacing board

» Software used:
• EMU-8086
• 8085 Simulator
• MIDE 8051
• Proteus

pic6 » Description: This lab covers experiments related to analog and digital communication theory. This lab is featured with numerous experimental kits that allow the undergraduates to perform experiments on analog/digital modulation, multiplexing, analyses etc.» Major components:
• Experimental kits
• Digital Storage Oscilloscope

» Software used:
• Simulink/Matlab

pic7 » Description: The objective of this course is to provide knowledge and understanding of power system protection and electrical safety. It gives knowledge about the devices of power system protection such as current transformer, voltage transformer, different types of relay, fuse, circuit breaker and reclosure. Relay types such as IDMT relay, overcurrent relay, impedance relay, differential relay and various test to know about their performance are the focus of some experiments. The lab also have a few simulation-based experiments on static relay circuit , and their supporting components, Circuit-breaker operation and chracteristics etc.» Major components:
• Current Transformer/ Potential Transformer
• Thermal relay
• IDMT relay
• Fuse
• Data Acquisition Card

» Software used:
• MATLAB/Simulink
• PSpice
• LabView

pic8 » Description: Power system Laboratory comprises of protection, simulation, machine and PLC related experiments. The laboratory work provides the student with experience of power system model computation and analysis through application of different softwares and exposure to modeling and analysis of different power system components and the measurement of its different parameters.
This course is a continuation of EEE-305 (Power System), which provides students with a working knowledge of power system problems and computer techniques used to solve some of these problems. Topics include: load flow analysis, symmetrical three-phase faults, symmetrical components, unsymmetrical faults etc.» Major components:
• PLC/Frequency Drive
• Synchronous Machine
• Relay
• Three-phase Transformer» Software used:
• Electronic Workbench
• PSpice
• Matlab/Simulink

pic9 » Description: This lab covers experiments related to power electronic devices used in our industries. This lab is featured with numerous experimental setups that allow the undergraduates to perform experiments on controlled AC-DC conversion, DC-DC conversion, and DC-AC conversion, systems used in our industries.» Major components:
• 3 phase inverter
• Buck converter
• Boost converter
• Half and full bridge inverters

pic10 » Description: This lab covers the laboratory experiments related to EEE 311 and includes system analysis and filter design using Matlab and J-DSP. This lab also has advanced DSP boards from world renowned Texas Instruments that will enable the students to design filters and run them in real-time.» Major components:
The lab uses simulation platforms extensively. Additionally it has five advanced TMS320C6713 DSK boards from Texas Instruments for real-time implementation of DSP systems.

» Software used:
• Matlab

pic2 » Description: This lab aims to study the basic electrical measurement techniques and tools using hardware based experiments and as well as software based simulation tools.» Major components:
• Precision rectifier
• Energy meter, frequency meter

» Software used:
• Orcad PSpice


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