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Re: Btech Syllabus Kerala University
As you want syllabus of B.Tech Electrical and Electronics Engineering 5th Semester Course of Kerala University, so I am providing complete syllabus: Kerala University B.Tech Electrical and Electronics Engineering 5th Semester Syllabus 13.501 Engineering Mathematics IV (E) 13.502 Synchronous Machines(E) 13.503 Switchgear and Protection(E) 13.504 Control Systems(E) 13.505 Electronic Instrumentation(E) 13.506 ELECTIVE I 13.507 Power Electronics Lab(E) 13.508 Measurements & Instrumentation Lab(E) Elective I 13.506.1 Engineering Material Science (E) 13.506.2 Operations Research (E) 13.506.3 Sustainable Development (E) 13.506.4 New and renewable Energy Sources (E) 13.506.5 Disaster Management (E) 13.506.6 Computer Organisation (E) 13.506.7 Professional Communication (E) ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS - IV (E) Module – I Numerical techniques-Solutions of algebraic and transcendental equations-Bisection method-Regula falsi method - Newton- Raphson method. Solution of system of equations- Gauss elimination, Gauss- Siedel iteration. Interpolation–Newton’s Forward and backward formulae - Lagrange’s interpolation formula. Module – II Numerical integration-Trapezoidal Rule- Simpson’s one third rule. Numerical solution of ODE –Taylor’s series method- Euler’s method-Modified Euler’s method -Runge kutta method of order 4. Numerical Solution of two-dimensional partial differential equation(Laplace equation)- using finite difference method(five point formula). Module – III Random Variables -Discrete and continuous random variables -Probability distributions.- Mathematical Expectation and properties. Special probability distributions-Binomial distribution, Poisson distribution, Poisson approximation to Binomial, Uniform distribution, Exponential Distribution, Normal distribution- mean and variance of the above distributions(derivations except for normal distribution), Simple problems. Module – IV Two dimensional random variables-Joint and marginal distributions-Expectations- Conditional probability distributions –independence. Random processes-Types of random processes-Strict sense stationary process (SSS) and Wide sense stationary (WSS) process-Autocorrelation, autocovariance and their properties(without proof) -Poisson process-mean and variance-simple problems. Power spectral density (PSD)-PSD of real processes and its properties. Relation between autocorrelation and power spectral density. SYNCHRONOUS MACHINES (E) Module – I Alternators: Basic Principle – Constructional features of salient pole type and cylindrical type alternators- advantages rotating type (stationary armature) - damper winding - turbo alternator - armature winding - Types of armature winding- single Layer, double Layer, full Pitched, fractional pitched winding- slot angle- Pitch Factor and Distribution Factor (Derivation) - Simple Problems. Effect of pitch factor on harmonics – advantages of short chorded winding- EMF Equation – Problems. Cooling of alternator – different methods. Harmonics in generated EMF – suppression of harmonics – armature reaction - leakage reactance – synchronous reactance and impedance – experimental determination - phasor diagram – load characteristics. Module – II Performance of an alternator: Causes for voltage drop in alternators – armature resistance – armature leakage reactance – armature reaction – synchronous reactance – vector diagram of a loaded alternator – voltage regulation- EMF, MMF, ZPF and A.S.A methods – Problems. Load characteristics of alternators – Theory of salient pole machine – Blondel’s two reaction theory- direct axis and quadrature axis synchronous reactances- phasor diagram and calculation of voltage regulations- determination of Xd and Xq by slip test. Module – III Parallel operation of alternators: Necessity of parallel operation of alternators – methods of synchronization - dark lamp method - bright lamp method - synchroscope method - principle of automatic synchronizing- synchronizing current - synchronizing power - synchronizing torque - effects of changing excitation of alternators - load sharing of two alternators. Module – IV Synchronous motor: Construction and principle of synchronous motor - methods of starting - effects of excitation on armature current and power factor – load angle – torque and power relationship- phasor diagram – losses and efficiency calculations. Synchronous
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