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5th Sem Electrical & Electronics Engineering Syllabus RGPV | RGPV CBGS 5th Sem EX Syllabus 

Now RGPV introduced new schemes for those students who are studying in the 3rd year 5th sem of RGPV and their affiliated institutes. In this post we are going to share RGPV CBGS 5th sem syllabus for Electrical & Electronics Engineering branch students. Please read it very carefully and also share RGPV CBGS 5th sem EX subject list . It contain 7-8 subjects with 1 elective subjects in Ex branch i.e. Electro Magnetic Field Theory; Electrical Machine-II; Switchgear and Protection; Power Electronic Devices and Circuits; Elective-I (Energy Conservation and Management ; Electrical and Electronic Materials; Entrepreneurship); Software / Simulation Lab-I; Management Skill Development **(Internal Assessment); Innovative Thinking*(Internal Assessment)* .If you want to download 5th sem Ex syllabus please go below the post.




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List of Subjects RGPV CBGS 5th Sem Electrical & Electronics Engineering

S. No.
Subject Code
Subject Name

1
EX-5001
Electro Magnetic Field Theory
2
EX-5002
Electrical Machine-II
3
EX-5003
Switchgear and Protection

4
EX-5004
Power Electronic Devices and Circuits
5
EX-5005
Elective-I (Energy Conservation and Management ; Electrical and Electronic Materials; Entrepreneurship)
6
EX-5006
Software / Simulation Lab-I
7
EX-5007
Management Skill Development **(Internal Assessment)
8
EX-5008
Innovative Thinking*(Internal Assessment)*

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RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL
Credit Based Grading System
Electrical & Electronics Engineering, V-Semester
EX-5001 Electromagnetic Field Theory

Unit I

Cartesian, cylindrical & spherical co-ordinate systems, scalar & vector fields, gradient, divergence & curl of a vector field, Divergence theorem & Stokes’s theorem, concept of vectors. Electrostatic Fields – Coulomb’s law, electric field intensity due to different charge distribution viz. line charge, sheet charge, Field due to continuous volume – electric potential, properties of potential function, potential gradient equipotential surfaces, line of force, Gauss law, applications of Gauss law, Gauss law in point form, method of images.

Unit II

Laplace’s & Poisson’s equations, solution of Laplace’s equation, Electric dipole, dipole moment, potential & electric field intensity due to dipole, Behavior of conductors in an electric field. Conductor & insulator, electric field inside a dielectric, polarization, Boundary value conditions for electric Field, Capacitance & Capacitances of various types of capacitors, Energy stored and energy density in static electric field, Current density, conduction & convection current density ohms law in point form, equation of continuity.

Unit III

Static Magnetic Field, Biot-Savart’s law, Magnetic Field intensity due to straight current carrying filament, circular, square and solenoidal current carrying wire, Relationship between magnetic flux, flux density & magnetic Field intensity; Ampere’s circuital law and its applications, magnetic Field intensity due to infinite sheet and various other configurations, Ampere’s circuital law in point form, Magnetic force, moving charge in a magnetic field, Lorentz Force on straight and long current carrying conductors in magnetic field, force between two long & parallel current carrying conductors. Magnetic dipole & dipole moment, a differential current loop as dipole, torque on a current carrying loop in magnetic field, Magnetic Boundary conditions.

Unit IV

Scalar magnetic potential and its limitations, Vector magnetic potential and its properties, vector magnetic potential due to different simple configurations; Self and Mutual inductances, determination of self & mutual inductances, self inductance of solenoid, toroid coils, mutual inductance between a straight long wire & a square loop. Energy stored in magnetic Field & energy density, Faraday’s Law, transformer & motional EMFs, Displacement current, Maxwell’s equations as Generalization of circuit equations, Maxwell’s equation in free space, Maxwell’s equation for harmonically varying Field, static and steady fields, Maxwell’s equations in differential & integral form.

Unit V

Electro Magnetic Waves : Uniform plane wave in time domain in free space, Sinusoidally time varying uniform plane wave in free space, Wave equation and solution for material medium, Uniform
plane wave in dielectrics and conductors, Pointing Vector theorem, instantaneous, average and complex poynting vector, power loss in a plane conductor, energy storage, Polarization of waves, Reflection by conductors and dielectric – Normal & Oblique incidence, Reflection at surface of a conducting medium, surface impedance, transmission line analogy.

References:
1.         Mathew N.O Sadiku; Elements of Electromagnetic; Oxford.
2.         P.V. Gupta; Electromagnetic Fields; Dhanpat Rai.
3.         N.N. Rao; Element of Engineering Electromagnetic; PHI.
4.         William H. Hayt; Engineering Electromagnetic; TMH.
5.         John D. Kraus; Electromagnetic; TMH.
6.         Jordan Balmian; Electromagnetic wave & Radiating System; PHI.
7.         David K. Cheng; Fields and Wave Electromagnetic; Addison Wesley.
8.         S.P. Seth; Electromagnetic Field ;Dhanpat Rai & Sons
Note: Field plotting of electromagnetic systems on a PC using standard softwares. Application for low and high frequency devices. Suggested softwares, GEMINI(Infolytica), ANSYS, ANSOFT, NISA.



RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL
Credit Based Grading System
Electrical & Electronics Engineering, V-Semester
EX-5002 Electrical Machine –II
Unit I

Polyphase Synchronous Machines : Constructional features. Polyphase Distributed AC Windings: Types, Distribution, coil span and winding factors. Excitation systems, emf equation and harmonic elimination. Generator Mode, Interaction between excitation flux and armature mmf, equivalent circuit model and phasor diagram for cylindrical rotor machine. Salient pole machines: two reaction theory, equivalent circuit model and phasor diagram. Power angle equations and characteristics. Voltage regulation and affect of AVR. Synchronising methods, Parallel operation and load sharing, operation on infinite busbar.

Unit II

Motoring mode, Transition from motoring to generating mode, Phasor diagram, steady state operating characteristic, V-curves, starting, synchronous condenser, hunting -damper winding effects, speed control including solid state control.

Unit III

Analysis under sudden short circuit. Transient parameters of synchronous machines, various transient and sub-transient reactance, time constant. Expression of transient and sub transient reactance in terms of self and mutual inductances of various windings, Analysis of 3-ph short circuit oscillogram and determination of transient parameters from oscillogram.

Testing of Synchronous Machines - Stability considerations. Brush less generators, Single phase generators.

Unit IV

Generalized theory of Electrical Machines: Basics for development of generalized approach for analysis of electrical machines, Kron’s Primitive machine, Concept of rotational transformer, voltage and pseudo stationary coil, Expression for self and mutual inductances of various windings w.r.t. rotor position, Park’s and Inverse Parks transformation.

Unit V

Special Electric motors: Switched reluctance motor, linear machines- power energy and levitation types, PM brushless DC motors.

Reference Books:
1.         Fitzgerald, C.Kingslay, S.D. Umans, Electric machinery ,5th Ed., McGraw Hills, 1992
2.         GMC pherson and R.D. Laramorl, An Introduction to Electric Machine & Transformer,2nd Ed.,John Wiley & Sons, 1990

Text Books:
1.         P.S. Bimbhra, Generalised Theory of Electrical Machines.
2.         E. Open claw Tayler, The performance & Design of AC Computer Meters, A.H.Wheeler & Co. (P) Ltd. Alalhabad, 1971
3.         I.J, Nagrath & D.P. Kothari, Electrical Machines, TMH

Electrical Machine-II EXPERIMENTS
1.         Determination of complete torque speed characteristics of a three phase induction machine in braking, motoring and generating regions and it’s calibration
2.         Study of effect of rotor resistance on the load characteristics of a wound - rotor induction motor.
3.         (a) Determination of equivalent circuit parameters, prediction of performance. Verification from
actual load test. (b) Separation of losses of Induction motors and estimation of efficiency.
4.         Speed control of Induction motor - Conventional, electronic. Solid state speed control using (i) V constant, (ii) V/f constant, (iii) slip - energy injection
5.         Determination of equivalent circuit parameters of a single phase Induction motor. Prediction torque -speed characteristics. Verification from load test
6          Study of torque step rate characteristic of a stepper motor. Determination of operating range.
7.         Load characteristic of universal motor, operating on dc and ac supply. Comparison of performance.
8.         Load characteristic of shaded pole-motor.
9.         Characteristic of switched reluctance motor.
10.       Circle diagram of 3 phase Induction Motor.
11.       Performance of 3 Ph. Induction Motor with single phasing and comparison.


RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL
Credit Based Grading System
Electrical & Electronics Engineering, V-Semester
EX-5003 Switchgear and Protection

Unit-I

Fault Analysis
Fault Analysis per unit, representation and its advantages, faults in power systems (Symmetrical & Unsymmetrical), Single line and equivalent impendence diagram representation of power system components. Symmetrical components and its application to power systems, fault analysis, Sequence networks and their interconnection for different types of faults, Effect of fault impedance, Current limiting reactors, its location and application, Short circuit calculation.

Unit-II Protective Relays

Requirement of relays, Primary & backup protection, Desirable qualities of relays, Concept of Pickup, reset & drop-off, Drop off/ Pickup ratio, inverse time & definite time charters tics, Attracted armature, Balanced Beam, Induction disc, Induction cup, Moving coil & moving Iron, Rectifier , Thermal, Bimetal directional relay, Frequency, DC, all or nothing relays. Pilot & negative sequence, Over current, Over Voltage, Directional, Differential and Distance relays, R-X diagram, Impedance mho & reactance relay.Introduction of static analog & digital relays, Classification of static relays.

Unit-III

Circuit Breakers

Elementary principle of arc quenching, recovery & re-striking voltage, arc quenching devices, description and operation of Bulk oil, Minimum oil, Air break, Air blast, SF6, Vacuum circuit breakers and DC circuit breakers, their comparative merits, LT Switch gear, HRC fuses, current limiting reactor.& their design features, influence of reactors in CB ratings Testing of circuit breaker, Description of a simple testing station, direct & indirect testing.

Unit-IV

System Protection
Protection of Generators - Earth Fault, percentage, differential, Loss of excitation, Prime mover failure, Over current, Turn to turn fault, Negative phase sequence, heating, Reverse power protection schemes

Protection of Transformers

Internal & external fault protection, Differential, Earth fault, Over Current, Over heating, Protection schemes, Protection of transmission lines, Over current, Distance and carrier current protection schemes.



Unit-V

Surge Protection & insulation co-ordination
Switching surges, Phenomena of Lightning, over voltage due to lightning, Protection against lightning, Lightning arrestors, selection of lightning arrestors, Surge absorbers and diverters, Rod gap, Horn gap expulsion type & valve type lightning arrestors, solid resistance and reactance earthing, Arc suppression coil, Earthing transformers, Earthwires, Earthing of appliances, insulation co-ordination, Definitions determination of line insulation, insulation level of substation equipment, co-ordination amongst items of substation equipment.

List of Experiments:
1.         Determination of drop out factor of an instantaneous over current relay.
2.         Determination of operating characteristic of IDMT relay.
3.         Determination of operating characteristic of differential relay.
4.         Study and operation of gas actuated protective relay.
5.         Study and operation of static over current relay.
6.         Determination of transmission line parameters using MATLAB.
7.         Analysis of power system faults (Symmetrical & Asymmetrical) using MATLAB.
8.         Study of SF6 circuit breaker
9.         Protectional simulation study of generator, Transformer, Feeder & Motor protection.

References:

B. Ravindran and M Chander, "Power System protection and Switchgear", New Age International.
Fundamentals of Power System protection Y.G.Paithankar & S.R. Bhide; E.E.E. CL Wadhwa, Electrical Power systems, New age International.
Haddi Saadet, "Power System Analysis, TMH
A.R. Bergen, Vijay Vittal, "Power System Analysis, Pearson Education, Asia. Switchgear & protection Sunil S. Rao. Khanna Publication.
Ravindra P. Singh, Switchgear & Power System Protection, PHI Learning. Badrirka, Power System protection and switchgear, TMH.




RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL
Credit Based Grading System
Electrical & Electronics Engineering, V-Semester
EX-5004 Power Electronic Devices and Circuits

Unit-I

Advantages and application of power electronic devices characteristics, Symbol & application of power diodes, power transistors, GTO, Triac, Diac, Power MOSFET, IGBT, LASCR, Fast recovery diode, schottey diode MCTs. Principle of operation of SCR, Two transistor analogy, brief idea of construction of SCR, Static characteristics of SCR, Condition of turn on & off of SCR Gate characteristics, Method for turning on of SCR, Turnoff methods, different commutation echniques (Class A,B,C,D,E, & F Commutation) firing of SCR, Use of pubic transformer and opto isolator in firing, Resistance firing Ckt, Resistance capacitance firing circuit, UJT firing cut, and ramp triggering, firing for 3-Φ circuit. SCR rating & protection of SCR over voltage, Over current, Suprior firing, Design of snubber circuit and protection of gate of SCR, heating, cooling & mounting of SCR series and parallel operation of SCR, String efficiency & problem associated

with series and parallel operation of SCR

Unit-II

Operation and analysis of single phase (Half wave & Full Wave) and multiphase (Three Phase) uncontrolled and controlled rectifier circuit with resistive, resistive & inductive load (continuous & non continuous conduction, Fw small & very large inductive loads) and RLE loads. Estimation of average load voltage and load current for above rectifier cirucits active and reactive power input. Effect of free wheeling diode and source inductance on performance of these rectifier circuits .
Comparison of mid point & Bridge rectifier circuits.

Unit-III

Series and parallel inverter, Voltage source & current source inverter, Single phase and three phase bridge inverter, Self cumulated inverters,, Mc- murray & MC murray bed ford inverters, Voltage control of single phase and three phase bridge inverter, Harmonics & their reduction techniques.

Unit-IV

Principle of chopper operation, Various control strategies in chopper, Step up & step-up/step down choppers, chopper configuration (Type A,B, C,D, & E), Steady state analysis of chopper circuits, Current & voltage commutation of chopper circuits Jones & Morgens chopper

Unit-V

Single phase (mid point & bridge configuration) and three phase cyclo convertor
configuration and operating principles. AC voltage controllers (using SCRs & Traics) single phase full wave controller with R and RL load, Estimation of RMS load voltage, RMS load current and input power factor, three phase AC voltage controller (Without analysis) Dual converter Switched mode voltage regulator buck, Boost, Buch & Boost, Ck regulators.

References:
1 M.H. Rashid, Power Electronics Circuits, Devices and Applications, Pearson 2 Education, Singapore, 1993.
3 M Ramsmoorthy, An Introduction to transistor and their application, Affiliated East-West Press. 4 P.C. Sen, Power Electonics, TMH.
5 M.D. Singh, K.B. Khanchandani, Power Electronics, TMH, Delhi, 2001.
6 Chakravarti A., Fundamental of Power Electronics and Drives, Dhanpat Ray & Co., 7 Dr. P.S. Bhimbhra, Power Electonics, Khanna Pub.
8 Vedam Subramanyam, Power Electronics New Age International Revised II ed. 2006.
9 Randall Shaffer, Fundaments of Power Electronics With MATLAB Cengage Leaening 2008.


List Of Experiments
1 Vi Characteristics Of Scr
2- Vi Characteristics Of Diac
3- Vi Characteristics Of Bjt
 4- Characteristics Of Triac
5-  Vi Characteristics Of Mosfet
6- Transfer Characteristics Of Mosfet
7- Output Characteristics Of Igbt
8-  Transfer Characteristics Of Igbt
9  - Single Phase Scr Half Controlled Converter With R Load
10-  1φ Scr Fully Controlled Converter With R-Load
11 - Study Of 3φ Scr Half Controlled Converter
12- Study Of 3φ Scr Fully Controlled Converter
13-  Study Of Classes Of Commutation A,B,C,D,E,F.

RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL
Credit Based Grading System
Electrical & Electronics Engineering, V-Semester
Elective –I EX-5005 (1) Energy Conservation and Management

Unit-I

General energy problem: Energy use patterns and scope for conservation.

Energy audit: Energy monitoring, Energy accounting and analysis, Auditing and targeting. Energy conservation policy, Energy management & audit, Energy audit, Types of energy audit, energy management (audit), qualities and function of energy managers, language of an energy manager, Questionnaire, Check list for top management, Loss of energy in material flow, energy performance, Maximizing system efficiency, Optimizing, input energy requirements, Energy auditing instruments, Material load energy balance diagram.

Unit-II

Thermodynamics of Energy Conservation. Basic principle. Irreversibility and second law efficiency analysis of systems. Primary energy sources, optimum use of prime-movers, energy efficient house keeping, energy recovery in thermal systems, waste heat recovery techniques, thermal insulation. Thermal energy audit in heating, ventilation and air conditioning. Maintenance and Energy audit – friction, lubrication and tribo-logical innovations. Predictive and preventive maintenance.

Unit-III

Load curve analysis & load management DSM, Energy storage for power systems (Mechanical, Thermal, Electrical & Magnetic) Restructuring of electric tariff from energy conservation consideration, Economic analysis depreciation method, time value of money, Evaluation method of projects, replacement analysis, special problems inflation risk analysis. Pay back period, Energy economics, Cost Benefit Risk analysis, Pay back period.



Unit-IV

Energy efficient electric drives, Energy efficient motors V.S.D. power factor improvement in power system. Energy Conservation in transportation system especially in electric vehicle. Energy flow networks, Simulation & modeling, formulation & Objective & constraints, alternative option, Matrix chart.

Unit-V

Energy conservation task before industry, Energy conservation equipments, Co-Generation, Energy conservation process, Industry Sugar, Textiles, Cement Industry etc Electrical Energy Conservation in building, heating and lighting. domestic gadgets

References:
Energy Management – W.R. Murphy & G. Mckey Butler worths. Energy Management Head Book- W.C. Turner, John Wiley
Energy Management Principles- Craig B. Smith, Pergamon Press Energy Conservation- Paul O Callagan- Pergamon Press
Design & Management of energy conservation. Callaghan, Elect, Energy Utilization & Conservation. Dr. Tripathi S.C.,



RAJIV GANDHI PROUDYOGIKI VISHWAVIDYALAYA, BHOPAL
Credit Based Grading System
Electrical & Electronics Engineering, V-Semester
Elective –I EX-5005 (2) Electrical and Electronic Materials

COURSE OBJECTIVE

The primary objective of the course is to introduce concepts about the properties, characteristics, applications and limitations of Electrical & Electronics engineering materials.

Course contents :

Unit I : Crystal structure of materials, crystal systems, unit cells and space lattices and defects, Classes of Engineering Materials – Metals & alloys, ferrous and non-ferrous alloys, low alloy steels, aluminium alloys, copper alloys, stainless steels, cast iron, ceramics, organic polymers and composite material. Classification of solids from electrical engineering point of view. Conducting material – properties of conductors, characteristics of good conductor material, commonly used conducting materials, conductor materials for overhead lines, types of conductors, conductor for underground cables, conductor materials used in electrical machines, resistor materials, types of resistors, materials for bus bar.

Unit II : Dielectric Materials: Dielectric strength, factors affecting dielectric strength, dielectric loss, dissipation factor, factors affecting dielectric loss, permittivity & polarization, charging and discharging of dielectric, conduction through dielectric. Application of dielectric, different types of capacitors and materials used for them. Insulating materials, their– thermal and chemical, mechanical & electrical property. Insulating materials like ceramic, mica, glass, rubber, resins, wax varnishes, Class of insulator. Transformer oils & their testing. Piezoelectricity & Ferro electricity.

Unit III : Concept of energy band diagram for materials - conductors, semiconductors and insulators Applications of semi conductor materials: type of semi conductors, working and applications of semiconductors, Temperature sensitive elements, photoconductive cells, photo voltaic cells; Varistor, Hall effect generator, LCD, Light dependent resistors, LEDs, piezo – electric materials, semiconductor laser and its characteristics, photo conductors – photo diodes, avalanche photo diode, photo transistors.

Unit IV : Classification of magnetic materials: Dia-magnetism, Para magnetism, Ferro-magnetism, magnetization curve, hysteresis loop, Magnetostriction, Factors affecting permeability and hysteresis, Anti – ferromagnetism, Ferromagnetism, Magnetic resonance, B-H curve for different magnetic materials, loss of magnetism, impurities in ferromagnetic materials, soft and hard magnetic materials, ferrites

Unit V: Superconductivity & it’s application. Materials of MHD generator, Thermoelectric generators, Thermionic conductors, Physical properties &Electrical properties of SF6, Specification of SF6 gas for GIS application, Advantages and Applications of SF6, Nanomaterials, Ultra Light materials and metallic foams.

Course outcome :
Student after successful completion of course is expected to possess an understanding of basic of Electrical & Electronics engineering materials.
References:
1.         A.J. Dekker; Electrical Engineering Materials; PHI.
2.         William F Smith, JavadHashemi, Ravi Prakash ‘Material science and engineering’, McGraw Hill.
3.         James F. Shackelford, Madanapalli K. Muralidhara ‘Introduction to Materials Science for Engineers’, Pearson
4.         Ian P. Jones ‘ Materials Science for Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ Oxford university press
5.         C. S. Indulkar and S. Thruvengadem; Electrical Engineering Materials; S. Chand.
6.         TTTI Madras; Electrical Engineering Materials; TMH.
7.         John Allison; Electrical Engineering Material s & Devices; TMH.
8.         Kasap; Electronic Materials and devices; TMH
9.         V. Raghvan; Material Science & Engineering; PHI.
10.       S.P. Seth & P.V. Gupta; Electrical Engineering Materials; Dhanpat Rai.

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