Electrical machines lab
Electrical machines laboratory is intended to impart sufficient practical knowledge to students about electrical machines namely DC machines, transformers, single and three phase induction motors, Alternators, Synchronous motors etc. Experiments are designed and organised in such a way to promote student awareness of the constructional details, working principle and performance of electrical machines. All the machines are procured from reputed brands and facilitated and equipped fully to conduct experiments as per the syllabus and norms. The same facility is being utilized by students of other disciplines such as Mechanical, and Electronics and Communication Engineeering.
Control and Simulation lab
The main objective of the Control system laboratory is to impart knowledge in the basic and fundamental concepts and design in the field of control systems. It helps to understand the methods of system representation and as to how their transfer function models are obtained. This lab also provides basic information in order to understand the concept of control system stability and methods of stability analysis. The control systems design is carried out using MATLAB software and the experiments for open loop and closed loop systems are being performed.
Power Electronics Lab
The power electronics lab is facilitated to provide the basic knowledge to do experiments on power semiconductor devices and power control circuits with discrete components and kits. It helps us to understand and study the performance and characteristics of power electronic devices like SCR, DIAC, TRIAC, IGBT and MOSFET.
Electrical Measurements Laboratory
The Electrical Measurements Lab deals with the experiments related to fundamental network and field theorems of electrical circuits. This lab helps to reinforce the students with adequate work experience in the field of measurement of different quantities like displacement, resistance, inductance, capacitance, torque , power etc.It also aims to provide exposure to AC, DC bridges and transient measurements.