Electrical and Electronics Engineering

 

Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering

The department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering (E&EE), earlier known as Electrical Power Engineering, is one of the first three branches of Engineering started at MCE in the year 1960. At present, there are 6 Ph. Ds specialized in various fields of Electrical & Electronics  Engineering and four more are at a different stage in the process of pursuing the Ph.D. program. About 200 research papers have been published by the E&EE faculty till date in various international journals and conferences. Apart from the B.E. Degree Course in E&E Engg., the department also offers an M.Tech. Degree Course in Computer Applications in Industrial Drives. The department is recognized as a research center by the Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), Belgavi and there are 10 research scholars with external registration working for their degrees at this research center. These scholars are being guided by the Professors of the department for Ph.D. and M.Sc.(Engg.) Degree, both Part-time and Full-time. Till now, four M.Sc.(Engg.) and four Ph.D. Degrees are awarded by VTU under E&E Engineering Research Centre.

The department has a large number of highly qualified and experienced faculty.  The department has received so far the total amount of about Rs. 1.80 Crores from various Government funding agencies. The department has excellent laboratory and well-equipped computer center facilities which are useful to the students, research scholars as well as for industrial consultancy work.

Vision & Mission

VISION OF THE INSTITUTE

To be an institute of excellence in engineering education and research, producing socially responsible professionals.

VISION OF THE DEPARTMENT

To become a department of excellence in the domain of Electrical and Electronics Engineering producing competent engineers with research acumen having moral and social values.

MISSION OF THE INSTITUTE

  • Create conducive environment for learning & research
  • Establish  industry & academia collaborations
  • Ensure  professional & ethical values  in all institutional endeavors

MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT

1.     Enhance industry and alumni interaction

2.     Promote continuous upgradation of faculty and technical staff

3.     Time to time modernization of departmental infrastructure to provide state of the art laboratories.

4.     Create research oriented culture to invoke the desire and ability of lifelong learning in the students for pursuing successful career.

5.     Create and sustain environment of learning in which students acquire knowledge and learn to apply it professionally with due consideration of social and ethical values.

Program Outcomes:

1.     Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

2.     Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

3.     Design/development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

4.     Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

5.     Modern Tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

6.     The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

7.     Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

8.     Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

9.     Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

10.  Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

11.  Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

12.  Life-long Learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Specific Outcomes:

Electrical and Electronics EngineeringGraduateswillbeable to:  

PSO1: Develop models, design, analyse and assess the performance of different types of electrical machines, control systems and generation, transmission, distribution, protection mechanisms in power systems.

 

PSO2:Demonstrate knowledge and hands-on competence in the application of circuit analysis and design, associated software and applications, analog and digital electronics and microcontrollers to build, test, operate and maintain electrical and electronic systems

Sl No Name & Designation Members
1 Dr. H. N. Suresh
Professor
B.E., M.E.(IISc), Ph.D.(IISc)
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2 Dr. Vishwanath Hegde
Professor
B.E., M.E.(IISc), Ph.D.(IISc)
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3 Dr. G. K. Purushothama
Professor & Head
B.E., M.E. (IIT Madras), Ph.D. (IISc)
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4 Dr. N. S. Jyothi
Professor
B.E., M.Tech, Ph.D.(IISc)
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5 Mr. L. Kumaraswamy
Associate Professor
B.E., M.E.(IISc), (Ph.D.)
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6 Mr. N. A. Ranjan
Associate Professor
B.E., M.Sc.(Engg.)
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7 Mr. M. E. Tejamoorthy
Associate Professor
B.E., PGDBC
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8 Dr. S. Rajanna
Associate Professor
B.E., M.Tech., Ph.D.(IIT Roorkee)
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9 Mr. M. Ramesh
Assistant Professor
B.E., M.Tech., (Ph.D., IIT Roorkee)
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10 Mrs. Neethu V. S.
Assistant Professor
B.E., M.Tech., (Ph.D)
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11 Dr. MohanaLakshmi J.
Assistant Professor
B.E., M.Tech., Ph.D.
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12 Mr. Raghvendraprasad Deshpande
Assistant Professor
B.E., M.Tech., (Ph.D.)
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13 Mr. Varaprasad N. L.
Assistant Professor
B.E., M.Tech., (Ph.D.)
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14 Mrs. Dhavala R. K.
Assistant Professor
B.E., M.Tech, (Ph.D.)
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15 Ms. Shruthi K. H.
Assistant Professor
B.E., M.Tech., (Ph.D)
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16 Mr. Bharath Y. K.
Assistant Professor
B.E., M.Tech.
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Sl No Name & Designation Members
1 Mr. Annappa
Assistant Instructor

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2 Mr. Vishwanath M.N
Mechanic

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3 Mr. Puttaraju
Technical Helper

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4 Mr. G. H. Heganna
Technical Helper

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5 Mr. S. B. Venkatesha
Technical Helper

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6 Mrs. K. S. Veena
Technical Helper

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7 Mr. G. S. Manju
Group-D Staff

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8 Mrs. Kanthamma
Group-D Staff

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Lab Facilities

Lab Facilities

The Department of E&E Engineering has well established laboratories like:

Electrical Machines Laboratory

Electrical Measurement and Circuits Laboratory

Control Systems Laboratory

Relay & High Voltage Laboratory

Electronics Laboratory

Microprocessors Laboratory

Power System Simulation Laboratory

Modern Power System Protection, Automation & Control Laboratory

The department laboratories are well equipped and cater the needs of academic programs. Testing of Induction motors for their rating certification and Transformer oil testing are the frequently conducted external consultancy works in the department laboratories.

Lab Facilities

The Department of E&E Engineering has well established laboratories like:

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Laboratory

Name of the Important equipment

 

 

1.       

Circuits & Measurements Laboratory

Wheatstone bridge, Kelvin’s Bridge, CTs, PTs, Potentiometers, Decade R/L/C boxes, Fixed Inductor/Capacitor, Loading devices, Measuring instruments - bridges, Potentiometers, Oscilloscopes.

 

2.       

Circuit Simulation Laboratory

Personal computers with Orcad-PSPICE Software package.

 

3.       

Electronics Laboratory

Function generator, Digital Storage Oscilloscope, Digital Electronics Trainer Kits, Regulated Power Supplies.

 

4.       

Transformers & Induction Machines Lab

 

Single-phase transformers of various KVA ratings, single- phase and three- phase auto-transformers, single phase induction motor, three-phase induction motor, measuring instruments and meters of various range.

 

5.       

DC & Synchronous Machines Lab

 

DC shunt motor, DC shunt Generators, Alternators, Synchronizing arrangement, measuring instruments and meters of various range

 

6.       

Microcontrollers Lab

Microcontrollers Accessories, KEIL Application software, interfacing units etc.

 

7.       

Control systems Laboratory

Mat Lab software package with control system tool box, Synchro pair unit, PID controller kit, Storage oscilloscope, Transfer function analyser, Oscillators.

 

8.       

Power Electronics Laboratory

Function generator, Digital Storage Oscilloscope power scope, Measuring instruments, Chopper modules, AC controller, UJT triggering module.

 

9.       

Relay & High Voltage Laboratory

HV Control unit, Cascaded HV AC/DC generator, Impulse generator, Sphere gaps, water resistor, rod-plane, rod-rod gap, Electrolytic tank, Relay testing modules.

 

10.   

Power System Simulation Laboratory

Personal computers with necessary software packages- Mat Lab and Mi-Power etc.

 

11.   

Modern Power System Protection, Automation & Control Laboratory

Vacuum Circuit Breaker Panel, Feeder Protection, Relays Panel, Transformer protection panels, Distance protection etc.

 

12.   

M.Tech.  Laboratory –

Advanced Power Electronics

and Drives Lab

Microcontroller base Brushless  DC Motor Drive, Power sys analyser, DSP/FPGA controlled Induction Motor Drive, Digital Storage Oscilloscope etc.

 

13.   

Project Laboratory

MATLAB with the relevant tool box, Orcad, Pspice, Mi-Power (with all tool box) , Ansys (All licensed versions)

 

14.   

Renewable Energy System Laboratory

Weather Monitoring System, Solar Tracking System, Fuel Cell Trainer, Solar Energy Trainer, Solar Power Lab, Wind energy trainer, Hybrid Solar & Wind Energy Trainer, Bio Energy Trainer, Hydel Energy Trainer, Solar Cooker Demonstrator.

 

15.   

Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory

Fluorescent Lamp Kit, Energy Meter, Single- Phase Wattmeter, Voltmeter, Ammeter, Various Models representing different types of Wiring Schemes, SPST Switch, DPST Switch & TPST Switch.

 

 

 

The department has all the required laboratories in separate area with adequate facilities and equipment to run the program specific curriculum.

The basic Laboratories of the department have been developed during 1960, at the inception of the college. The space provided for the Laboratory has been very large making for excellent ambience with adequate lighting and ventilation. In fact the machines Lab developed here has been one of the very large laboratories among the contemporary colleges. This lab includes very special machines such as Schrage motor, Ward-Leonard set, amplidyne, rotary converter, induction generator etc.

Laboratories have been subjected to modernization on a continuous basis to cope up with the modern state of the art curriculum. In addition, new laboratories such as Control system, Power system simulation, Power electronics, Microcontroller, etc. have been established as demanded by the curriculum updation. Separate facility is established for meeting the curriculum requirements of High voltage engineering and testing.  A unique power system protection lab has been established under MODROB scheme of AICTE.

Placement

Testing

Sl. No.

USN

Name of the Student

Year

Marks secured

University Rank secured

1.

4MC09ECD07

Jairaj D.R.

2009-11

77.53%

I Rank
(Gold Medalist)

2.

4MC09ECD16

Rohith P.

2009-11

75.5%

II Rank

3.

4MC09ECD04

Bilwashankar C.

2009-11

74%

III Rank

4.

4MC09ECD05

Dileep Kumar

2009-11

74%

III Rank

1.

4MC10ECD06

Mohanalakshmi J.        

2010-12

85.38%

I Rank
(Gold Medalist)

2.

4MC10ECD13

Shruthi  K.

2010-12

79.25%

II Rank

3.

4MC10ECD05

Mohanakumari H.B.

2010-12

78.88%

III Rank

 

 

 

Achievements

Achievement

Rank List of M.Tech. (CAID) Students – EEE Department

 

Sl. No.

USN

Name of the Student

Year

Marks secured

University Rank secured

1.

4MC09ECD07

Jairaj D.R.

2009-11

77.53%

I Rank
(Gold Medalist)

2.

4MC09ECD16

Rohith P.

2009-11

75.5%

II Rank

3.

4MC09ECD04

Bilwashankar C.

2009-11

74%

III Rank

4.

4MC09ECD05

Dileep Kumar

2009-11

74%

III Rank

1.

4MC10ECD06

Mohanalakshmi J.        

2010-12

85.38%

I Rank
(Gold Medalist)

2.

4MC10ECD13

Shruthi  K.

2010-12

79.25%

II Rank

3.

4MC10ECD05

Mohanakumari H.B.

2010-12

78.88%

III Rank

  GATE Qualified Students:

Year 2011: Shakthi Prasad: M.Tech. by Research @ NITK, Surathkal, K. V. Pranshantha: M.Tech. regular @NITK, Surathkal, Avinash S.: M.Tech. regular @NITK, Surathkal.

Year 2012: Chinmayi: M.Tech. Regular @ NIT, Warrangal.
Year 2013: Ananda S. R., Bhavana S., Rakshith P. D., Vidya H. K. and Tejaswini M. N.

Year 2013: Shakthi Prasad: Ph.D. (Full-time)  @ IISc, Bangalore.

  •  Dr. M. S. Raviprakasha, Professor & Vice-Principal,received the Best Paper National Award for the paper on: Role of Teachers in Meeting the Challenges to Quality Up-gradation in Imparting Technical Education In India, presented at the 33rd Annual Convention of ISTE and National Seminar, KCT, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, held during Dec.27-30, 2003.
  • Dr. G.K. Purushothama, Professor, received the Best Paper Award for his research paper published in IE(I), 2002.
  • Dr. M. S. Raviprakasha, Professor & Vice-Principal, received the Research Achievers Award for his excellent research contributions, presented by the  IEEE Students’ Chapter, PES College of Engineering, Mandya, during April, 2013.

Research Laboratories:
Project/Research Laboratory exists in the department. This laboratory has been setup with the equipment costing about Rs. 78 Lakhs. The major equipment available in this laboratory are listed below.

Sl. No.    Name of the Equipment
1)        Weather Monitoring System
2)        Solar Tracking System
3)        Solar Energy Trainer
4)        Wind energy trainer
5)        Hybrid Solar & Wind Energy Trainer
6)        Solar panels
7)        Fuel Cell Trainer
8)        Bio Energy Trainer
9)        Hydel Energy Trainer
10)        1HP three phase  induction motor with spring balance load
11)        BLDC motor – spring balance load set up with hall sensor
12)        DC servo motor controller
13)        DSP based speed control of AC motor
14)        FPGA based speed control of BLDC motor
15)        Intelligent power module
16)        PMSM motor – spring balance load set up with hall sensor
17)        Process control simulator
18)        Speed control of PMSM motor
19)        Digital Tacho meter
20)        DSP Board
21)        Function Generator
22)        Microcontroller Board
23)        Microcontroller Interfacing units
24)        Microcontroller trainer
25)        Oscilloscope
26)        Power Supply (higher voltage)
27)        Power Supply,
28)        AC/DC  Current Probe
29)        Differential PROBE
30)        Digital Earth Tester
31)        Digital insulation Tester
32)        Digital Storage Oscilloscope
33)        Power Analyzer
34)        Orcad-PSPICE Software package
35)        MATLAB with the relevant tool box
36)        ANSYS EM Package
37)        Mi-Power Software package (with all tool box)
38)        Desktop Computers


Details of Existing Research Facilities

Sl. No.              Facility available                               Details of Funds Spent (in Rupees)

1.         Renewable Energy System Laboratory                       4,00,000

2.         Advanced Power Electronics and Drives Lab              21,75,162

3.         Software packages                                              52,18,155
 

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Contact

eee@mcehassan.ac.in