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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY KURUKKSHETRA MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) POWER SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION W.E.F.

2006-07 FIRST SEMESTER Course Title No. E-501 E-503 E-505 E-507 E-509 E-511 Advanced Power Analysis Power System Protection and Relaying EHVAC Transmission Systems Engineering Elective-I Power Systems Lab Seminar-I Total Schedule of Teaching Lecturer Tutorial System 4 -4 4 4 4 --20 -------Practical Total -4 ----3 1 4 4 4 4 4 3 1 24 4 4 4 4 1.5 1 22.5 Credit Point 4

E-501 APSA is a core course in 1st sem PED also. E-507 SE is a core course in 1st sem CS also. SECOND SEMESTER Course Title No. E-502 E-504 E-506 E-508 E-510 E-512 E-514 Power System Operation And Control Power Systems Dynamics and Stability HVDC Transmission Power Apparatus and Machines Information Security Computer Applications Lab Seminar-II Total Lecturer 4 4 4 4 4 --20 Schedule of Teaching Tutorial --------Practical Total -4 ---3 1 4 4 4 4 4 3 1 24 4 4 4 4 1.5 1.0 22.5 Credit Point 4

E-508 PAM is a core course in 2nd sem PED also. E-510 IS is a core course in 2nd sem PED and 2nd sem CS also.

THIRD SEMESTER Course No. Title Elective-II Elective-III Simulation Lab Dissertation Seminar-I on Dissertation Total Lecturer 4 4 --8 Schedule of Teaching Tutorial -----Credit Point

E-601 E-603

Practical Total 4 4 4 4 3 3 1.5 9 9 12 20 9.5

FOURTH SEMESTER Course No. E-602 E-604 Title Dissertation Seminar-II on Dissertation Total Lecturer ---Schedule of Teaching Tutorial ---Credit Point

Practical Total 20 20 ----20 20 -= 40% = 60%

For Theory Courses

: During Semester Evaluation Weightage End Semester Examination Weightage

For Laboratory Courses : During Semester Evaluation Weightage = 60% End Semester Examination Weightage = 40% Duration of end semester examination in each theory and laboratory course is three hours. The examination in the subject of Dissertation is to be conducted jointly by two examiners, one of which will be the dissertation supervisor, and the other, an external examiner. The result of the examination in Dissertation shall be one of the followingApproved, Approved with Distinction, Rejected.

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY KURUKKSHETRA MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) POWER SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION W.E.F. 2006-07

List of Courses under Electives-I, II, III S No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Course No E-701 E-703 E-705 E-707 E-709 E-711 E-713 E-715 E-717 E-719 E-533 E-561 Title Transients in Power Systems FACTS Drives and Control Power Systems Reliability Power System Planning Power Systems Communication Wind Energy and Small Hydro energy Station Special Topics In Power Systems Intelligent Control Cryptography Modeling and Analysis of Electrical Machines Microprocessors and Digital Signal Processors

E-705 D&C is an elective course in 3rd sem CS also. E-717 IC is an elective course in 3rd sem PED and 3rd sem CS also. E-719 Cryptography is an elective course in 3rd sem PED and 3rd sem CS also. E-533 MAEM is also a core course in 1st sem PED. E-561 MP&DSP is also an elective course in 1st sem PED and a core course in 1st sem CS.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) POWER SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION W.E.F. 2006-07 Course No. E-501 L T P Total 4 0 0 4 Advanced Power System Analysis (A core course in 1st sem PED also) Credits-4 Duration of Exam- Three hours During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40% End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Review of matrix operations, graph theory, and various circuit incidence matrices, primitive network and matrix, Formation of various network matrices by singular transformation interrelations. Building algorithm for bus impedance matrix, Modification of bus impedance matrix for change of reference bus for network changes, Formation of bus admittance matrix and modification, Gauss elimination, Node elimination (Kron reduction), LU factorization, Schemes of Ordering, Sparsity, Calculation of Z bus elements for Y bus. Representation of three phase network elements, Treatment under balanced and unbalanced excitation, Transformation matrices, Unbalanced elements. Network short circuit studies using Z bus, Short circuit calculations for various types of faults. Load flow studies, its importance. Classification of buses, load flow techniques, Iterative solutions and computer flow charts using Gauss-Seidel and NewtonRaphson methods, Decoupled and fast decoupled load flow solution, Representation of regulating and off nominal ration transformers, Tie-line control, Comparison of methods. Introduction to AC-DC load flow problems: formation and solutions. Power system security, Contingency analysis using Z bus using sensitivity factors. Introduction to state estimation, maximum likelihood weighted least square error estimation, State estimate of an AC network. References: 1. G.W. Stagg & A.H EI-Abaid, Computer methods in Power system analysis, McGraw Hill, New York. 2. G.L Kusic., Computer-Aided Power System Analysis, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi. 3. John J.Grainger and W.D.Stevenson, Power System Analysis, McGraw Hill, New York, 1994. 4. A.J. Wood & W.F. Wollenberg, Power Generation, Operation, and Control, 2nd Edn, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1996. 5. O.I. Elgerd, Electric Energy Systems Theory: An Introduction, McGraw Hill, New York, 1982. 6. J. Arrillaga, C.P Arnold & Harker, Computer Modeling of Electrical Power Systems, John Wiley & Sons.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) POWER SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION W.E.F. 2006-07 Course No. E-503 L T P Total 4 0 0 4 Power System Protection & Relaying Credits-4 Duration of Exam- Three hours During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40% End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Introduction: Need for protective systems, Zones of protection, classification or protective relays and protective schemes, Current transformers and potential transformers, Advantages of static relays. Comparators: general equation of comparators, Analysis for amplitude comparator, analysis for phase comparator, duality between amplitude and phase comparators, different types of amplitude and phase comparators. Static Relays: Over current relays: Instantaneous over current relays, definite time overcorrect relays, directional overcorrect relay, comparison with conventional relays, differential relays, operating and restraining characteristics, types of differential relays, comparison with conventional relays, distance relays, impedance relays, reactance relays, mho relay quadrilateral relays, elliptical relays, comparison with conventional relays. Distance protection: Principle of distance relaying, time grading of distance relays, schemes of distance protection, distance protection by impedance, reactance and mho relays, Effect of power swings on the performance of distance relays. Pilot relaying schemes: Pilot wire protection, carrier current protection. Protection of Generators and Motors: Types of faults, Stator and rotor protection against various types of faults. Protection of Transformers: Types of faults, differential protection schemes, harmonic restraint relay, over flux protection, earthing transformer protection. Bus Zone Protection: Types of Bus-bar faults, differential current protection frame leakage protection. Microprocessor based protective relays: Over current relay, impedance relay, reactance relay, mho relay, microprocessor based distance relaying. Testing and maintenance of static relays. References: 1. TSM Rao, Power System Protection Static Relays, Tata McGraw Hill. 2. S.P Patra, S.K Basu and S. Choudhary, Power System Protection, Oxford IBH Pub. 3. B. Ravindernath and M. Chander, Power System Protection and Switchgear, Wiley Eastern Ltd. 4. Badri Ram and Vishwakarma, Power System Protection and Switchgear, TATA McGraw Hill.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) POWER SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION W.E.F. 2006-07 Course No. E-505 L T P Total 4 0 0 4 EHV AC Transmission Credits-4 Duration of Exam- Three hours During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40% End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Introduction: Role of EHV AC Transmission, standard transmission voltages, average value of line parameters, power handling capacity. Line parameters Properties of bundled conductors, resistance, induction and capacitance of bundled conductor lines, temperature rise of conductors and current carrying capacity. Voltage gradients on conductors: Charge potential relations for multi-conductor lines, surface voltage gradient on conductors, distribution of voltage gradient on sub conductors of bundle. Corona Effects: Corona loss, attenuation of traveling waves, audible noise, limits for audible noise, AN measurement and meters, Day night equivalent noise level, limits for radio interference fields, RI excitation function, measurements of RI, RIV, Excitation function. Switching Over voltages: Origin of over voltages and their types, over voltages due to interruption of low inductive current and interruption of capacitive currents, Reduction of switching surges on EHV systems. Power frequency over voltages: Problems at power frequency, no-load voltage conditions and charging current, voltage control using synchronous condensers, sub synchronous resonance in series-capacitor compensated lines, state reactive compensating schemes. Operational aspects of Power flow: Line loadability, effects of over load, reactive power limitations and over voltage problem. References: 1. 2. 3. 4. Begamudre, EHV AC Transmission engineering, Wiley Easter Ltd. 2nd Ed. Edison Electric Institute, EHV transmission reference book, GE Co. EPRI, Palo Alto, Transmission line reference book 345 KV. Rudenberg, Transient performance of electric power systems McGraw Hill.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) POWER SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION W.E.F. 2006-07 Course No. E-507 L T P Total 4 0 0 4 Systems Engineering (A core course in 1st sem CS also) Credits-4 Duration of Exam- Three hours During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40% End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Optimization Theory: Introduction to optimization theory, Importance in solving system engineering problems, Convex sets & Functions; affine and convex sets, supporting and separating hyper planes, dual cones and generalized inequalities. Linear Programming problem; Formulation, Simplex Method, Dual Simplex method, sensitivity analysis, duality in programming. Introduction to nonlinear programming; Unconstrained Optimization-formulation of quadratic optimization problems, gradient descent and steepest descent methods, Newtons method, self-concordance. Constrained optimization direct optimization, Cutting plane methods, methods of feasible direction, analytic center cutting plane methods. Multi-objective optimization. Application to approximation and filling problems. System Modeling: Introduction, types of modeling, modeling of time-varying, distributed, stochastic, nonlinear, discrete event and hybrid systems. Conventional tools for linear system modeling, Introduction to non-conventional modeling tools , Neural models, fuzzy models. Model simulation languages and tools. References: 1. 2. 3. 4. SS Rao, Optimization theory and applications Wiley Eastern Ltd. KV Mittal, Optimization methods, Wiley Eastern Ltd. NA Kheir, System modeling and computer simulation Marcel Decker, New York. Korn G.A., Interactive Dynamic System Simulation, McGraw Hill, N.Y.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) POWER SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION W.E.F. 2006-07 Course No. E-502 L T P Total 4 0 0 4 Power System Operation & Control Credits-4 Duration of Exam- Three hours During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40% End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

. Load Characteristics and modeling, Load forecasting, Power Systems interconnection, Unintegrated and integrated operation. Thermal units cost models, Formulation and solution of optimum dispatch without considering transmission losses using lagranges methods. General transmission loss formula and B-Coefficients. Incremental transmission loss formula. Optimum dispatch considering transmission losses. Penalty factor technique. Iterative computational procedure for dispatch problem. Load dispatch center. Unit commitment problem. Solution of the problem by priority list scheduling and using dynamic programming principle. Hydroelectric plant model. Energy scheduling, Incremental water rate. Coordination equations for short-range hydrothermal scheduling with fixed head hydro plant. Computational flow-chart. Optimal scheduling of hydrothermal system using discretization and gradient vector approach. Economics of inter-change of energy. Effect of transmission loss. Load frequency control problem. Models of various subsystems of a generating unit. Governor characteristics. Steady-state and dynamic analysis. Control area concept. Incorporating proportional and integral type controllers. Area control error, LFC and economic dispatch, Two-area LFC, Tie-line Control, SCADA systems. Control of active and reactive power. Shunt and series compensation and associated analysis. References: 1. Allen J. Wood, and Bruce F. Wollenberg, Power Generation, Operation and Control, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York. 2. Olle I. Elgerd, Electric Energy Systems Theory An Introduction, Mc Graw-Hill Book Company, New York. 3. John J. Grainger and William D. Stevenson, Jr., Power System Analysis, Mc Graw Hill Book Company, Inc., New York. 4. PSR Murty, Power System Operation and Control, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd., New Delhi. 5. IJ Nagrath & DP Kothari, Power System Engineering, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co., Ltd. New Delhi. 6. AK Mahalinabis, DP Kothari and SI Ahson, Computer-Aided Power System Analysis and Control, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd. New Delhi. 7. BR Gupta, Generation of Electrical Energy, S. Chand & Co. Ltd. N. Delhi.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) POWER SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION W.E.F. 2006-07 Course No. E-504 L T P Total 4 0 0 4 Power System Dynamics & Stability Credits-4 Duration of Exam- Three hours During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40% End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Introduction Basic Concepts, Definitions and Classification of Power System Stability/ Synchronous machine modeling for stability studies: Basic equations of a synchronous machine, the dq0 transformation, per unit representation, equivalent circuits for direct and quadrature axes, steady state analysis, transient performance, magnetic saturation`, equations of motion, swing equation, simplified model with ammortisseurs neglected, constant flux linkage model. Excitation and prime mover controllers: Elements of excitation systems, types of excitation system, dc,ac and static excitation systems, system representation by block diagram and state equations, prime mover control system. Small signal stability of power systems: Fundamental concepts of stability of dynamic systems, Eigen properties of the state matrix, small signal stability of a single machine infinite bus system, effects of excitation system, power system stabilizers, system state matrix with amortisseurs, small signal stability of multi machine systems. Use of PSS to improve small signal stability. Transient stability: Equal area criterion, numerical integration methods, simulation of power system dynamic response, direct methods of transient stability analysis description of transient energy function approach, limitations of the direct methods. Methods of improving transient stability. Voltage stability: Basic concepts related to voltage stability, voltage collapse, voltage stability analysis static and dynamic analysis, the continuation power flow analysis, prevention of voltage collapse. References: 1. 2. 3. P. Kundur, Power System Stability and Control, Mc Graw Hill. K.R. Padiyar, Power System Dynamics BS Publications. P.M Anderson and A.A Fouad Power System Control and Stability.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) POWER SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION W.E.F. 2006-07 Course No. E-506 L T P Total 4 0 0 4 H V D C Transmission Credits-4 Duration of Exam- Three hours During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40% End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Introduction: Comparison of AC and DC transmission. Application of DC transmission Planning of HVDC transmission. HVDC Converters: Converter configuration, . Graetz Circuit. Converter bridge. Twelve-pulse converter. Detailed analysis of converters. HVDC System Control: Principles of DC link control. Converter control characteristics. Firing angle control. Current and extinction angle control. Starting and stopping of DC link. Power control. Reactive Power Control: Sources of reactive power. Static var systems. Reactive power control during transients. Harmonics and Filters: Generation of harmonics. Smoothing reactors, AC and DC filters used for harmonic Elimination. Converter Faults and Protection: and over voltages. Converter faults. Protection against over currents

AC and DC Systems: Parallel operation of AC and DC systems. Methods of control of power. References: 1. 2. 3. EW Kimbark, Direct current Transmission, Vol. I, Wiley Interscience. J. Arrillaga, High Voltage Direct Current Transmission, Peter Peregrines. KR Padiyar, HVDC Power Transmission Systems, New Age International (P) Ltd., Publishers, 3rd Edition.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) POWER SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION W.E.F. 2006-07 Course No. E-508 L T P Total 4 0 0 4 Power Apparatus and Machines (A core course in 2nd sem PED also) Credits-4 Duration of Exam- Three hours During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40% End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Generalized Theory of Electrical Machines: Introduction, primitive model, transformation, voltage equations for induction and synchronous machines. Induction Machines: Abnormal running operation, effect of space harmonics, slip power control, capacitor self-excitation of induction machines and its applications. Transformers: Transformer as a mutually coupled circuit, equivalent circuit from coupled circuit approach. Multicircuit Transformers: circuit transformers. Advantage, theory, equivalent circuit, regulation, three

Three phase autotransformers: Connections and Analysis Parallel operation of dissimilar transformers. Harmonics; Inrush current phenomenon, effect of load and three phase connections. Sequence impedances in transformers. Special Machines: References: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. MIT Staff, Magnetic Circuits and Transformers, MIT Press Cambridge. L.F Blume,Transformer Engineering, John Wiley & Sons, Inc, N.Y. Fitzgerald & Kingsley, Electric Machinery McGraw Hill Co. New Delhi. A Langsdorf, Theory of alternating current Machinery, McGraw Hill Co. New Delhi. PS Bimbhra Generalized Theory of Electrical Machines Khanna Publishers, New Delhi. Servomotors, stepper motors, synchros, BLDC motors.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) W.E.F. 2006-07 Course No. E-510 Information Security (A common core course in 2nd sem PS, PED and CS) L T P Total Credits-4 4 0 0 4 Duration of Exam- Three hours During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40% End Semester Examination Weightage- 60% Information Security and privacy, introduction, Security levels, Security aims. System Security Security models, Security functions and Security Mechanisms, Privacy enhancing Mechanisms, Access control: role based attribute based, Data base Security, Secure programming, Security evaluation criteria. Network Security Security Threats and vulnerabilities, Firewalls, IDS, VPNS, Router Security, Viruses, Worms, DoS, DDos attacks, OS Security, Security protocols, Security management, Audit and Assurance, Standards, Availability, Survivability, Introduction to disaster recovery and Forensics. Introduction to Cryptography. References:1. B. Matt, Computer Security, Pearson Education., New Delhi, 2003. 2. W. Stallings, Cryptography and Network Security, Pearson Education., New Delhi, 2003. 3. Rolf Oppliger, Secrets technologies for world wide web, 2nd Edition, Artech House, 2003.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) POWER SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION W.E.F. 2006-07 Course No. E-701 L T P Total 4 0 0 4 Transients in Power Systems Credits-4 Duration of Exam- Three hours During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40% End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Origin and nature of power system transients. Traveling waves on transmission lines. General wave equation. Attenuation and distortion of waves. Reflection and refraction of traveling waves at different line terminations. Traveling waves in multiconductor systems. Transition points on multiconductor circuits. Transient over voltages due to lightning. Theory of ground wires. Direct stroke to a tower. Effect of reflection up and down the tower. Tower grounding and counterpoises. Switching transients. Single and double frequency transients. Abnormal switching transients. Capacitance switching. Kilometric fault. Line dropping and load ejection. Closing and reclosing of lines. High charging currents. Over voltages induced by faults. Ferro-resonance. Switching transients in integrated systems. Peaking switching over voltages in EHV lines and cables. Transients in transformers. High frequency transients and voltage distribution in transformer windings. Protection of Power Systems against transients, and insulation coordination. References: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. IV Begley, Traveling waves in Transmission Systems, John Wiley (1933,51), Dover. R. Rudenberg. Electric Stroke waves in Power Systems, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Allan Greenwood, Electric Transients in Power Systems, Wiley Interscience. CS Indulkar and DP Kothari, Power System Transients, A Statistical Approach, Prentice-Hall of India Pvt Ltd., New Delhi. 110 001. VA Venikov, Transient phenomena in Electrical Power Systems, Pergamon Press, London.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) POWER SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION W.E.F. 2006-07 Course No. E-703 L T P Total 4 0 0 4 Flexible AC Transmission Systems (FACTS) Credits-4 Duration of Exam- Three hours During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40% End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Reactive Power Control in Electric Transmission Systems, Loading Capability and Stability Considerations. Introduction to acts, related concepts and system requirements. Principles of operation, control schemes and the characteristics of shunt compensation, facts devices like statcom, SMES; series compensators like CSE, TCSC, SSSC, combined compensators (UPFC) and phase shifters devices such as SPS, TCPAR. Application considerations of FACT devices.

References: 1. 2. 3. 4. Understanding FACTS: N.G Hingorani, J Gyugi (JEEE Press). Flexible AC Transmission Systems (FACTS), Y.H.Song (JEEE Series). Thyristor Based FACTS Controller for Electric Transmission Systems-R Mathur & P.K Verma, IEEE Press (Wiley) Reactive Power Control in Power Systems TSE Miller

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) POWER SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION W.E.F. 2006-07 Course No. E-705 L T P Total 4 0 0 4 Drives and Control (An elective course in 3rd sem CS also) Credits-4 Duration of Exam- Three hours During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40% End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Different Control Schemes of Electric Drives, Transient Analysis of different DC Motor Drives Configurations, Controlled Rectifier-fed DC Drives. Transfer Functions of the Subsystems, Design of Controllers, 12-pulse Converter for DC Motor Drives. Application Considerations of Drives, Chopper-Controlled DC Drives. Pulse Width Modulation for Electric Power Converters, Control and Estimation of Induction Motor and Synchronous Motor Drives, Applications of Adjustable Speed Drives (ASDs) in Industries and in Electric Utility Power Plants. Harmonic Analysis in ASDs. References: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Dubey, G.K. Fundamentals of Electrical Drives, Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi. Krishan R. Electric Motor Drives: Modeling Analysis and Control: PHI Pvt Ltd. New Delhi-2001. Bose, B.K. Power Electronics and Variable Frequency Drives: Technology and Applications, IEEE Press, 1997. Bose B.K., Modern Power Electronics and AC Drives, Pearson Educational, Delhi, 2002. Oliver, L.A, Adjustable Speed Drives: Application Guide, JARSCO Engineering Corp and FPRI, Palo Alto 1992.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) POWER SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION W.E.F. 2006-07 Course No. E-707 L T P Total 4 0 0 4 Power Systems Reliability Credits-4 Duration of Exam- Three hours During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40% End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Review of probability theory, probability laws, binomial, Poissons, Normal Exponential, Gamma and Weibull distributions. Markov processes (discrete state and continuous time), State transition matrix and state transition diagram. Reliability definition, Hazard rate, General reliability function, Mean time to failure, mortality curve, reliability evaluation using state enumeration, tie set and cut set methods, reliability indices from state transition matrix and state transition diagram. Models for generation system reliability evaluation, capacity outage probability, recursive algorithm, loss of load indices, load forecast uncertainty, loss of energy indices, frequency and duration methods, system risk indices, Spinning capacity evaluation, load forecast uncertainty, derated capacity levels. Reliability evaluation of two area interconnected system. Conditional probability approach for evaluation reliability of a generation- transmission system. Transmission system reliability evaluation using average interruption rate method and frequency and duration methods, Stormy and normal weather effects, Markov processes approach. Interruption indices for distribution systems and their evaluation for radial distribution systems. Introduction to protective system reliability evaluation. References: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. M.L Shooman, Probabilistic Reliability An engineering approach, RK Pub. Co., Florida. C.O. Smith, Introduction to reliability in design, McGraw Hill, Tokyo. R. Billinton, R.J Ringlee and A.J Wood, Power System Reliability Calculations, MIT Press, Cambridge. J. Eudrenyl, Reliability modeling in electric power systems, John Wiley, NY. C. Singh & R. Billinton, System Reliability modeling and evaluation, Hutchisn London. R.L Sullivan, Power System Planning, McGraw Hill New York.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) POWER SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION W.E.F. 2006-07 Course No. E-715 L T P Total 4 0 0 4 Special Topics in Power Systems Credits-4 Duration of Exam- Three hours During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40% End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Power System Restructuring and Deregulations. 1. Introduction to Power System Deregulation Market Models Pool & Bilateral International Experiences. Role of ISO, Market Power, Bidding and Auction Mechanisms.

Transmission Open Access. Transmission Pricing. Impact of Congestion and Congestion Management. ATC and Factor affecting ATC. Determination of ATC. Ancillary Services and their management. Electricity Bill 2003 and its impact on ESI in India. 2. Power System Computation and Computer Application.

OPF and its Formulation, Solution Techniques NLP Methods, LPOPF Interior Point Method. AI Techniques and Genetic Algorithm. SCADA & Distribution Automation. Energy management systems, Power system communication, PICC Digital Communication, Microwave communication Utility communication architecture, Java and Web based technologies. Software Agents. References: 1. Lei Lee Lai, Power System restructuring and deregulation. John Wiley and Sons, UK. 2001. 2. K. Bhattacharya, MHT Bollen and J.C Doolder, Operation of Restructured Power Systems, Kluwer Academic Publishers, USA, 2001. 3. A.J Wood and B.F Wollenberg. Power System Operation and Control, John Wiley and Sons. 4. S.A Soman, S.A Khafasok, Shubha Pandit, Computational Methods for large Sparse Power System Analysis: An Object Oriented Approach. Kluwer Academic Publishers.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) W.E.F. 2006-07 Course No. E-717 Intelligent Control (A common elective course in 3rd sem PS, PED, and CS) L T P Total 4 0 0 4 Credits-4 Duration of Exam- Three hours During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40% End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Introduction to Soft Computing Methodologies Artificial Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic, Genetic Algorithm. Need for intelligent control, intelligent system models, introduction to system modeling using ANN and Fuzzy logic. Basic Fuzzy Logic System, Fuzzy Logic based system modeling, Fuzzy Logic based Controller Design. Theoretical and implementation issues. Artificial Neural Netwoks, human brain model, artificial neuron interneuron architecture, types of ANN + feed forward and feedback. Supervised and unsupervised learning. Boltzman Machine, recurrent neural architectures, neural modeling of engineering systems, ANN based controller design, theoretical and implementation issues. Introduction to neurofuzzy systems and their application to control of complex systems. References: 1. 2. 3. 4. Fuzzy Logic Control by T.J. Ross TM.H. Publications. Fuzzy Logic Control by Drinnkov, Narosa Publishers. Comprehensive Neural Networks by Simon Hekins, Pearson Publications. Neuro Fuzzy and Soft Computing by J.S.R. Jang, C.T. Sun, E. Mizutani, P.H.I. Publishers.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) W.E.F. 2006-07 Course No. E-719 Cryptography (A common elective course in 3rd sem PS, PED, and CS) L T P Total 4 0 0 4 Credits-4 Duration of Exam- Three hours During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40% End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Introduction to Cryptography and information Security Mathematical Foundation Introduction to groups, rings and fields, structures of finite fields, groups constructed over points on an elliptic curve. Congruences and residue classes, quadratic residues and square roots modulo integer. Theory of computational complexity, fundamentals of probability theory, birthday paradox. Basic Cryptographic techniques Classical techniques, Symmetric techniques (AES & DES), Asymmetric techniques Discrete log problem, Deffie Hellman Key exchange, RSA algorithm, ElGamal systems, Elliptic curve arithmetic and Cryptography. Message authentications, Cryptographic Hash Functions, Hash algorithms, MD5 message digest algorithm, Digital Signatures and authentication protocols. References:1. W. Stallings, Cryptography and Network Security, Pearson Education., New Delhi, 2003. 2. W. Mao, Modern Cryptography: Theory and practice, Pearson Education., New Delhi, 2004.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) POWER ELECTRONICS & DRIVES SPECIALIZATION W.E.F. 2006-07 Course No. E-533 Modeling & Analysis of Electric Machines (A core course in 1st sem PED and an elective course in 3rd sem PS) L T P Total 4 0 0 4 Credits-4 Duration of Exam- Three hours During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40% End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Introduction to the modeling of electrical machines. Reference Frame Theory. Modeling and Analysis of Induction and Synchronous Machines; Computer Simulations of Induction and Synchronous machines: Speed and Torque Control in Induction and Synchronous motors. .

References: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Analysis of Electric Machinery and Drives Systems, Krause, Paul C. Electric Machinery, Fitzgerald, A.E. Dynamic Simulation of Electric Machinery, Ong, C.M. The General Theory of Electrical Machines, Adkins. Generalized Theory of Electrical Machines, Bimbhra, P.S.

MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) CONTROL SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION W.E.F. 2006-07 Course No. E-561 Microprocessors & Digital Signal Processors st sem CS, and an elective course in 1st sem PS and 1st sem PED) (A core course in 1 L T P Total 4 0 0 4 Credits-4 Duration of Exam- Three hours During Semester Evaluation Weightage- 40% End Semester Examination Weightage- 60%

Architecture of 8086 microprocessor, Development of 8086 processors, interrupt structure. Addressing modes, Instruction set and application programs, Main Assembler Directives, Interfacing D/A and A/D converters using programmable I/O devices. Introduction to microcontrollers, Architecture of 8051 microcontroller, basic Instruction set, programming, serial data communication, interfacing with D/A and A/D converters. Introduction to Digital Signal Processors, Architectures of TMS-320 series, Instruction Set, Programming and Interfacing. Application of Microprocessors, Microcontrollers and Digital Signal Processing in Power and Control Systems.

References: 1. 2. 3. Gibson, Microprocessors, Prentice Hall of India. K.J. Ayala, Micro Controller, Penram International. Reference Manual of TMS-320 Digital Signal Processor.