Electrical & Electronics Engineering

electrical & electronics

Department of ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

The Department of EEE, established U.G COURSE in 2005 and P.G COURSE (Power Electronics and Drives) in 2011 with the approval of AICTE.

The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering has firm commitment to develop and produce Electrical Engineers of high technical knowledge combined with leadership skills and decision-making, design capabilities and problem solving skills. The department has well-equipped laboratories to support all research activities. The Department comprises of a team of eminent, committed and experienced faculty members including professors at doctorate level, Associate Professors and Assistant Professors. The Department has been producing good results with distinction and Ranks in University Examinations.

Course Offered

 

B.E.  Electrical & Electronics Engineering

M.E. Power Electronics And Drives

Dr.K.Balakrishnan

Qualification

B.E., M.E., Ph.D

Email:  Kbalaa76@gmail.com

Expertise

20 years of Teaching & Research Experience and one year Industry. Specialized in Machine Design, Analysis and Control of Electrical Machines, Electric Hub Motor, DC- DC Converter and Stepper motor. Matlab and Magnet design software .

Membership in Professional societies

  1. IEEE Member
  2. IES Member (Industrial Electronics Society)
  3. IAENG member – (International Association of Engineers)

Fund Received

DBT , New Delhi  and FDTP Approved, Anna university , Chennai

Publication

IEEE journal -01 ,  International Journal – 05

Research

Recognized Ph.D. supervisor of Anna University, Chennai

Project Guidance – B.E.- 75, M.E –  30

Abroad Visited

Spain (Malaga) for IEEE Conference 2011

Conference

International – 5   ,     National – 10

Organised

International Conference- 06     , National Conference -14,   Seminar -15

Workshop -10

FACULTY LIST

UG DEPARTMENT

S.NO

NAME OF THE FACULTY

Qualification

DESIGNATION

1.

Dr. V.S. Srinivasan

Ph.D

Professor

2.

Mrs. V.Revathi

M.E.

Assistant professor

3.

Mr. S. Sudhakar

M.E.

Assistant professor

4.

Mr. Ethirajan.B

M.E.

Assistant professor

5.

Mr. V. Kannan

M.E.

Assistant professor

6.

Mr. Vinothkumar.M

M.E.

Assistant professor

7.

Mr. Rajeshkumar.K

M.E.

Assistant professor

8.

Ms. Shaajini.A

M.E.

Assistant professor

9.

Mr. E. Satheesh

M.E.

Assistant professor

10

Mr. P. Gowtham

M.E.

Assistant  Professor

11

Mrs. P. MuthuMari

M.E.

Assistant professor

 PG DEPARTMENT

S.NO

NAME OF THE FA CULTY

Qualification

DESIGNATION

1.

Dr. K. Balakrishnan

Ph.D

Professor and Head

2.

Mrs. K.E. Lakshmiprabha

M.E.

Associate Professor

3.

Mr. P. Vinothkumar

M.E.

Assistant professor

Imparting quality technical education through research, innovation and team work for a everlasting technology development in the area of Electrical & Electronics Engineering.

  • To provide an excellent education in all Electrical & Electronics Engineering related fields.
  • To prepare students for career in industry or to pursue advanced graduate studies.
  • Upon graduation our students will be able to perform research in all branches of the Electrical & Electronics Engineering field.
  • To provide a teaching environment that emphasizes depth, originality and critical thinking with ethical and human values.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) UG

  • Bachelor of Electrical and Electronics Engineering curriculum is designed to prepare the graduates having attitude and knowledge to
  • Have successful technical and professional careers in their chosen fields such as circuit theory, Field theory, control theory and computational platforms.
  • Engross in life long process of learning to keep themselves abreast of new developments in the field of Electronics and their applications in power engineering

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) PG

  1. Graduates of this program will have technical knowledge, skills and ability to design,develop and test power electronic converters and drives using advanced tools.
  2. Graduates of this program will have skills and knowledge in the field of power electronics and drives to work in the design, fabrication industries and research organizations.
  3. Graduates of this program will show confidence and exhibit self-learning capability and demonstrate a pursuit in life-long learning through higher studies and research.
  4. Graduates of this program will show involvement and willingness in assuming responsibility in societal and environmental causes.

Programme Outcomes (POs): UG

  1. Apply the Mathematical knowledge and the basics of Science and Engineering to solve the problems pertaining to Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering.
  2. Identify and formulate Electrical and Electronics Engineering problems from research literature and be able to analyze the problem using first principles of Mathematics and Engineering Sciences.
  3. Come out with solutions for the complex problems and to design system components or process that fulfill the particular needs taking into account public health and safety and the social, cultural and environmental issues.
  4. Draw well-founded conclusions applying the knowledge acquired from research and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and synthesis of information and to arrive at significant conclusion.
  5. Form, select and apply relevant techniques, resources and Engineering and IT tools for Engineering activities like electronic prototyping, modeling and control of systems and also being conscious of the limitations.
  6. Understand the role and responsibility of the Professional Electrical and Electronics Engineer and to assess societal, health, safety issues based on the reasoning received from the contextual knowledge.
  7. Be aware of the impact of professional Engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and exhibit the knowledge and the need for sustainable Development.
  8. Apply the principles of Professional Ethics to adhere to the norms of the engineering practice and to discharge ethical responsibilities.
  9. Function actively and efficiently as an individual or a member/leader of different teams and multidisciplinary projects.
  10. Communicate efficiently the engineering facts with a wide range of engineering community and others, to understand and prepare reports and design documents; to make effective presentations and to frame and follow instructions.
  11. Demonstrate the acquisition of the body of engineering knowledge and insight and Management Principles and to apply them as member / leader in teams and multidisciplinary environments.
  12. Recognize the need for self and life-long learning, keeping pace with technological challenges in the broadest sense.

Programme Outcomes (POs): PG

  1. Acquire sound knowledge in power electronics and drives.
  2. Analyse power electronics and drives related engineering problems and synthesize the information for conducting high level of research.
  3. Think widely to offer creative and innovative solutions of engineering problems that are inconformity with social and environmental factors.
  4. Extract the new methodologies by carrying out the literature survey, proper design and conduction of experiments, interpret and analyse the data to arrive at meaningful research methodologies in power electronics and drives.
  5. Learn and apply modern engineering and IT tools to solve complex engineering problems related to power converters and electric drives.
  6. Ability to form, understand group dynamics and work in inter-disciplinary groups in order to achieve the goal.
  7. Ability to communicate effectively in appropriate technical forums and understand the concepts and ideas to prepare reports, to make effective presentations.
  8. Ability to update knowledge and skills through lifelong learning to keep abreast with the technological developments.
  9. Follow the professional and research ethics, comprehend the impact of research and responsibility in order to contribute to the society.
  10. Understand the leadership principles and subject oneself to introspection and take voluntary remedial measures for effective professional practice in the field of power electronics and electric drives.

Programme Specific Outcomes

  1. To prepare the students have successful career in industry and motivate for higher education and to provide an opportunity.
  2. To work in inter disciplinary groups.
  3. To provide strong foundation in basic science and mathematics necessary to formulate, solve and analyze electrical &  electronics problems.
  4. To provide necessary foundation on computational platforms and software applications related to the respective field of engineering.

VALUE ADDED COURSES

S.NO

Year

Date

Topic

Name of the Company

No of Students

1.

2017-2018

02.08.2017

        to

03.08.2017

Electrical CADD

MAS Robotics Pvt. Ltd.

17

2.

2016-2017

06.08.2016

To

14.08.2016

Embedded System Design, C,C++

Polenza Technologies

34

3.

2015-2016

11.02.2016

 to

11.03.2016

Embedded System Design

Polenza Technologies

67

4.

2014-2015

14.2.2015 

to

 21.03.2015

PLC & SCADA

Excel Automation Solutions

55

 

Guest Lecture

S.No

Year

DATE

TOPIC

RESOURCE PERSON

 

1.

2017-2018

23.08.2017

“Advancement in

Electrical Machines for Industrial Applications”

Dr.M.A.Panneerselvam

Former Professor &Director,

Anna University.

 

2.

2016-2017

19.08.2016

“Development of Wind Energy in India”

Mr.J.David Solomon,

Additional Director,

National Institute of Wind Energy.

 

03.09.2016

 

“Electromagnetic Fields in Biological Systems”

Dr.S.Robinson,

Professor & Head

Mount Zion College of Engineering and Technology.

 

3.

 

17.03.2017

 

“Electrical Safety”

Mr.S.Manoharan,

Safety Officer,TANGEDCO.

 

4.

 
 

 

“Internet of Things”

Mr.C.Srinivasan,CEO

Polenza Technologies Private Ltd.

 

5.

 

S.No

Year

DATE

TOPIC/PROGRAM

RESOURCE PERSON

 

6.

2015-2016

23.08.2016

“ Control Systems”

Dr. Srinivasan Alavandar,

Professor& Dean R&D

Agni College of Technology.

 

7.

19.08.2016

“Electromagnetic theory“

Dr. P. Dananjayan,

Professor,

Pondicherry Engineering College.

 

8.

03.09.2016

“Protection & Switchgear ”

Mr. V. Balasubramanian,

Executive Engineer,TANGEDCO,

 

9.

17.03.2017

“Flexible AC transmission               system”

Dr. J. Balamurugan

AE/CC/INET/HQRS, TANGEDCO

 

10.

 

24.03.2016

“Measurement and Instrumentation”

Dr. K. Shailaja

 Professor, SJME Mysore.

 

28.03.2016

  “Embedded System”

Mr. A. Athifshah MD,

ABE   Semiconductors design,

 

11.

 

 

Conferences

S.NO

  Year

Date

Name of the Conference

 1.

2017-18

     2.03.2017

          &

    23.03.2017

Second International conference on Recent trends in science, Engineering & Management(ICRTSEM-2018)

 2.

2016-17

10.03.2017

&

11.03.2017

Ist International conference on Recent trends in science, Engineering & Management(ICRTSEM-2017)

3.

2015-16

23.03.2016

       &

24.03.2016

National Conference on Application of Bio-medical Engineering System and technology (A-BEST 2016)

4.

2014-15

     6.03.2015

National conference on Recent  Trends in Power, Control, Networking, Embedded and Communication – (RTPCNEC’15)

5.

2013-14

27.03.2014

National    conference    on    Recent Trends        in Power        Control, Networking          Embedded    and Communication                Engineering (RTPCNEC’14)

6.

2012-13

05.04.2013

Recent Advancement in Power and Control Engineering RAPCE’ 13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Seminar

S.No

Year

DATE

TOPIC

RESOURCE PERSON

1.

2017-2018

29.08.2017

“Future of IOT (Internet of Things)

In Renewable  Energy-FIRE-2017”

1.  Dr.S.Gomathinayagam, Former Director (NIWE),, Chennai

2.   Dr. G. BalaMurali,AEE/ TANGEDCO

2.

2016-2017

30.09.2016

“SCADA and Power System Automation”

1.    Mr. G. Nagaraj,        Project Engineer , M/S Dongfang Electronics Co(P)Ltd.

 2. Mr. S. Yuvaraj Moorthy

      Senior Manager, Schneider Electric

3.  Mr. S. S . Raj,

     AEE,      TANGEDCO

3.

2015-2016

22.08.2015

“Wind Energy technology and applications”

1. Mr. P. Kanagavel,

Additional Director/Head

National Institute of Wind Energy.

2. Mr. R. Kumarvel,

Assistant Vice President

Regen Power tech Pvt Ltd.

 3. Mr. Sanju Davis,

Deputy General Manager,

Gamesa Wind Turbines Pvt Ltd  

4.

2014-2015

25.02. 2015

  “Smart Grid”

1.         Mr. M. Arunachalam, 

Former Chief Engineer/TNEB,

Chennai-17.    

2. Dr. C. Sharmeela,

Professor, AC Tech. Campus,

Anna University,.

5.

09.01.2015

“Entrepreneurship Skills    

   Development”

Mr. V.G. Govindan Selvam,

Managing Director,

G.K Power Expertise Private Limited.

      

 

 

 

Workshops

S.NO

Year

DATE

Name of the Workshop

Resource Person

No of Participants

1.

2017-18

10.08.2017

PCB design

Mr.A.Vivek,

Research Engineer,

Prolific System & Technology Pvt. Ltd,

69

2.

2016-17

23.07.2016

Electrical Autocad-2D

Ms.S.Jothilakshmi,

Technical Proposal Engineer, Schneider Electric,Chennai

17

30.08.2016

Basics of PSPICE

Mrs.V.Revathi,

Assistant Professor,

Department of EEE, KVCET.

33

3.

2015-16

22.3.2016

Embedded Systems

Mr. C. SRINIVASAN, Chief Executive Officer, Polenza Technologies

44

4.

2014-15

29.1.2015

&

30.1.2015

Programming in controller (ATMEL,PIC,ARM processor)

1. Dr.A. Rathinam, Professor/EEE,

SRM University.

2.Mrs.S.Vanila,Asst.Professor(Sr.G)/EIE, Valliammai Engineering College.

65

 

 

 

 

 

 

               

 Industrial Visits

S.No

Year

Date of Visit

Place of Visit

 

1.

2017-2018

07.02.2018

Green Pearl Electronics Private Limited

 

2.

2016-2017

27.02.2017

SCADA distribution Center, Anna Salai , Chennai.

 

3.

01.09.2016

400/220kv Substation, Singaperumal Koil.

 

4.

24.10.2016

North Chennai Thermal Power Station(NCTPS).

 

5.

2015-2016

30.09.2015

Neyveli LigniteC orporation,Neyveli

 

6.

2014-2015

22.01.2015

SCADA Distribution Centre ,(TANGEDCO),Chennai.

 

7.

08.01.2015

High Voltage Laboratory, Anna University ,Guindy.

 

02.01.2015

400/230kV Power Grid, Sriperumbudur.

 

8.

 

14.08.2014

Ennore Thermal Power station.

 

       9.

 

11.08.2014

400/230kV Power Grid, Sriperumbudur

 

LABORATORY DETAILS

  1. ENGINEERING PRACTICES LAB
  2. ELECTRIC CIRCUITS LABORATORY
  3. ELECTRICAL MACHINES LABORATORY – I
  4. ELECTRICAL MACHINES LABORATORY – II
  5. CONTROL AND   INSTRUMENTATION LABORATORY                         
  6. POWER ELECTRONICS AND DRIVES LABORATORY                       
  7. POWER SYSTEM SIMULATION LABORATORY        
  8. POWER ELECTRONICS CIRCUITS LAB        
  9. ELECTRICAL DRIVES LABORATORY     

The Department is accredited by National Board of Accreditation, New Delhi and recognized by Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR), New Delhi.

Publications
  • National and International – 50.
MOU’s Signed by Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • National MOUs – 10
  • International MOUs – 1 (Michigan Technological University, USA)

Our department has conducted Faculty Development Training Program (FDTP) on Special Electrical Machines, approved by Anna University, Chennai The Project Exhibition cum Contest for AUTOMOBILE, BIOTECH, ECE, EEE& MECH-2015 is organized by our department.7 University Ranks have been bagged by both Under graduate and Post graduate students.Online Gateforum Classes are taken for our Second, Third & Final year students.

                                                     UNIVERSITY RANK HOLDERS
S.NoName of the PersonPhotoRank
1S.S.Revathi18 th
2Aswathi C P36 th
3S Subasree37 th
4V Vanitha44 th
5J. Muthu Lokesh48 th
6Thokchom Tina Devith
7Manu Madhavan14 th
S.NoTopicsEvent & PlaceName of the Person
1Automatic Lpg Booking, Leakage Detection and Real Time Gas Measurement Monitoring SystemStudent exchange program during the period from February 6 to march 12, 2015 at Michigan Technological University, USAJeevan Raj Nair
2Boost Derived Hybrid ConverterPaper presentation in Symposium, Adiparasakthi Engineering College, Melmaruvathur. (IInd prize)P. Jeeva Kumar, D. Sudharsan
3High density EMI filter design for DC fed motor drivePaper presentation in Symposium, Jeppiar Institute of Technology.(IInd prize)A. Sathya, C.Yogalakshmi
4Hybrid Power System Inverter using Renewable sourceMini Project Contest, Sri Ramanujar College of Engineering and Technology. (Ist prize)P.Jeeva Kumar, D.Sudharsan
5Plug- in Hybrid Electric VehiclePaper Presentation in Symposium, RMD ENGG COLLEGE. (IInd prize)L. Arul mozhi Jayasudhan, V. Gowrishankar
6A Novel PWM Technique for Integrated Boost Resonant ConvertersPaper Presented in National Conference MEPED2K 14″, JEPPIAR Engineering College. (Best Paper Award)Rose Philip (M.E, II PED)
7Estromz 2k13Technical Quiz, Anna University Panruti. (Ist Prize)R. Karthick kumar P.Palanivel
8RobotreePaper presentation in Symposium, Saraswathi velu college of Engineering. (Ist Prize)R. Karthick kumar
9Sixth Sense TechnologyPaper presentation in Symposium, Sri Andal Alagar college of Engineering. (IInd prize)P.Jeeva Kumar, K.Karthik
10RobotrystNational Robotic Competition, IIT Delhi. (Second prize)K. Aswin Raj, K.K. Renith
11RobotrystIn Regional Robotic Competition, Conducted by IIT Delhi. (First Place)G. Manju Keerthika, G.A. Gladin Oliviya, M. Kalaimagal, P.O. Ramya
12Active Power Control of Grid Connected Distributed Generation UnitJNN Institute of Engineering, Uthukottai TalukN. Prasanna, G. Vinitha
13Design of Power Electronic Transformers for Micro Grid ApplicationsJNN Institute of Engineering, Uthukottai TalukG. Keerthika, R. Divya

The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering has Department Library, Smart Class Rooms and well equipped laboratories that includes

  • Electrical Machines Lab-I
  • Electrical Machines Lab-II
  • Power System Simulation Lab
  • Power Electronics Lab
  • Electric Circuits Lab
  • Measurements & Instrumentation Lab
  • Control System Laboratory in the facilities
  • Power Electronics & Drives Lab
 

The Laboratories are periodically upgraded as per the curriculum and the recent trends in the area of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

DEPARTMENTAL LIBRARY
1. Total No. of books available – 3310
2. No. of Journals available – 14

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