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Lovely Professional University, Punjab

Course Code Course Title Course Planner Lectures Tutorials Practicals Credits
ELE411 ELECTRIC DRIVES 17759::Niraj Kishore 3.0 0.0 0.0 3.0
Course Category Courses with numerical and conceptual focus
TextBooks
Sr No Title Author Edition Year Publisher Name
T-1 FUNDAMENTALS OF
ELECTRICAL DRIVES
G K DUBEY 2nd 2012 NAROSA
Reference Books
Sr No Title Author Edition Year Publisher Name
R-1 A FIRST COURSE ON
ELECTRICAL DRIVES
SK PILLAI 2nd 1989 NEW AGE INTERNATIONAL LTD.
Other Reading
Sr No Journals articles as Compulsary reading (specific articles, complete reference)
OR-1 www.electrical4u.com/electrical-drives/? ,
OR-2 www.integratedsoft.com/papers/CaspocElectricalDrives.pdf ,
Relevant Websites
Sr No (Web address) (only if relevant to the course) Salient Features
RW-1 www.nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/108104011/ Electrical drive webpage
RW-2 books.google.com Technology & Engineering Electrical Concepts and applications of drives
Audio Visual Aids
Sr No (AV aids) (only if relevant to the course) Salient Features
AV-1 www.nptel.iitm.ac.in Video lectures of Electrical drives
Virtual Labs
Sr No (VL) (only if relevant to the course) Salient Features
VL-1 valb.co.in Simulation of drive systems using converters
LTP week distribution: (LTP Weeks)
Weeks before MTE 7
Weeks After MTE 7
Spill Over 3
Week
Number
Lecture
Number
Broad Topic(Sub Topic) Chapters/Sections of
Text/reference
books
Other Readings,
Relevant Websites,
Audio Visual Aids,
software and Virtual
Labs
Lecture Description Learning Outcomes Pedagogical Tool
Demonstration/
Case Study /
Images /
animation / ppt
etc. Planned
Live Examples
Week 1 Lecture 1 INTRODUCTION
(Classification of Electric
drive)
T-1:T-1Ch 1.1 RW-2 Introduction of drives
and its classification
Student should able
to
know the types of
drive
Image of block
diagram of drive
system
tramps,cranes
INTRODUCTION
(Components of Electric
Drives)
T-1:T-1Ch 1.3 RW-2 Various components of
drives
Student should
understand the
various
components of drives
Discussion on
drive
components
INTRODUCTION
(Advantages of Electric
driven)
T-1:T-1Ch 1.2
R-1:1.1-1.2
RW-2 Features of Drives Student should
become
familiar with the
advantages of drives
Electric traction,
Hoists, Cranes.
Lecture 2 DYNAMICS OF
ELECTRIC DRIVES
(Fundamental torque
equation)
T-1:T-1Ch 2.1 Basic fundamental
torque equation
Basic fundamental
torque equation
Brainstorming the
mathematical
equations
DYNAMICS OF
ELECTRIC DRIVES
(Speed-torque conventions
and multi-quadrant
operation)
T-1:T-1Ch 2.2 OR-1 Relationship between
speed Vs torque
Student should know
the need of multi
quadrant operation
Image of speed
torque
characteristics
Lecture 3 DYNAMICS OF
ELECTRIC DRIVES
(Equivalent values of drive
parameters)
T-1:T-1Ch 2.3 Variable parameters of
drives
Student should know
which parameters
effects the drive
system
Week 2 Lecture 4 DYNAMICS OF
ELECTRIC DRIVES
(Components of load
torques)
T-1:T-1Ch 2.4 Types of load torques Student should know
the different types of
load torques
Lecture 5 DYNAMICS OF
ELECTRIC DRIVES
(Nature and Classification of
load torques)
T-1:T-1Ch 2.5 RW-1 Comparison of load
torques
Student should
differentiate the load
torques
Image of
classification
of load torques
DYNAMICS OF
ELECTRIC DRIVES
(Calculation of time and
energy-loss in transient
operations)
T-1:T-1Ch 2.6 Transient operation Student should able
to
find when the drive
will
not effect with
transients
Detailed Plan For Lectures
Week 2 Lecture 6 DYNAMICS OF
ELECTRIC DRIVES
(Criteria for steady state
stability)
T-1:T-1Ch 2.7 Stability conditions Student should know
the stability
conditions
Discussing how to
achieve stability of
a
system
Week 3 Lecture 7 DYNAMICS OF
ELECTRIC DRIVES(Load
equalization)
T-1:T-1Ch 2.8
R-1:2.1-2.3
Load equalization Student should
understand the load
equalization
Lecture 8 DYNAMICS OF
ELECTRIC DRIVES
(Thermal model of motor for
heating and cooling)
T-1:T-1Ch 4.1 Explanation of motor
modelling
Student should
become
familiar with motor
modelling
Lecture 9 DYNAMICS OF
ELECTRIC DRIVES
(Classes of motor duty)
T-1:T-1Ch 4.2 Duty cycle ratio Student should know
the definition of duty
cycle
Week 4 Lecture 10 Quiz,Test1
Lecture 11 DYNAMICS OF
ELECTRIC DRIVES
(Determination of motor
rating)
T-1:T-1Ch 4.3 Choosing of motor
rating
Student should know
the power rating of
motors
Brainstorming the
mathematical
equations and
ratings
Lecture 12 DYNAMICS OF
ELECTRIC DRIVES
(Determination of motor
rating)
T-1:T-1Ch 4.3 Choosing of motor
rating
Student should know
the power rating of
motors
Brainstorming the
mathematical
equations and
ratings
Week 5 Lecture 13 DYNAMICS OF
ELECTRIC DRIVES
(Frequency of operation of
motors subjected to
intermittent loads)
T-1:T-1Ch 4.3.5 Frequency classification Student should
become
familiar with
frequency
classification
Lecture 14 RECTIFIER CONTROL OF
DC DRIVES(Controlled
rectifier circuits)
T-1:T-1Ch 5.9 Rectifier circuits
introduction
Student should know
the conversion
process
Lecture 15 RECTIFIER CONTROL OF
DC DRIVES(1-phase fully
controlled rectifier-fed
separately excited d.c.
motor)
T-1:T-1Ch 5.10 single phase controlled
based dc drive system
principle and operation
Student should know
how to control a dc
drive using a single
phase rectifier circuit
Role play of
rectifier
Week 6 Lecture 16 RECTIFIER CONTROL OF
DC DRIVES(1-phase fully
controlled rectifier-fed
separately excited d.c.
motor)
T-1:T-1Ch 5.10 single phase controlled
based dc drive system
principle and operation
Student should know
how to control a dc
drive using a single
phase rectifier circuit
Role play of
rectifier
Lecture 17 RECTIFIER CONTROL OF
DC DRIVES(1-phase half-
controlled rectifier-fed
separately excited d.c.
motor)
T-1:T-1Ch 5.10 single phase controlled
based dc drive system
principle and operation
Student should know
how to control a dc
drive using a single
phase rectifier circuit
Lecture 18 Quiz,Test2
Week 7 Lecture 19 RECTIFIER CONTROL OF
DC DRIVES(3-phase fully
controlled rectifier-fed
separately excited d.c.
motor)
T-1:T-1Ch 5.12 Three phase controlled
based dc drive system
principle and operation
Student should know
how to control a dc
drive using a three
phase rectifier circuit
Simulation using
MATAB in order
to
visualize the
waveforms
Tram traction,
Electric traction.
Lecture 20 RECTIFIER CONTROL OF
DC DRIVES(3-phase fully
controlled rectifier-fed
separately excited d.c.
motor)
T-1:T-1Ch 5.12 Three phase controlled
based dc drive system
principle and operation
Student should know
how to control a dc
drive using a three
phase rectifier circuit
Simulation using
MATAB in order
to
visualize the
waveforms
Tram traction,
Electric traction.
Lecture 21 RECTIFIER CONTROL OF
DC DRIVES(Multi-quadrant
operation of fully-controlled
rectifier-fed d.c. motor)
T-1:T-1Ch 5.14 Three phase controlled
based dc drive system
principle and operation
and
Lecture 21 is reserved
for contingency
Student should know
how to control a dc
drive using a three
phase rectifier circuit
MID-TERM
Week 8 Lecture 22 CHOPPER CONTROL OF
DC DRIVES(Principle of
operation and control
techniques)
T-1:T-1Ch 5.19 Explanation of different
control techniques
To know the
technique
modules of choppers
Tram Car
system,
Electronic Toys.
Lecture 23 CHOPPER CONTROL OF
DC DRIVES(Motoring
operation of separately
excited and series excited
motors)
T-1:T-1Ch 5.19 Principle and operation
of separately excited dc
motor
Student should know
the basic principle of
separately excited dc
motor
Lecture 24 CHOPPER CONTROL OF
DC DRIVES(Motoring
operation of separately
excited and series excited
motors)
T-1:T-1Ch 5.19 Principle and operation
of separately excited dc
motor
Student should know
the basic principle of
separately excited dc
motor
Week 9 Lecture 25 CHOPPER CONTROL OF
DC DRIVES(Multi quadrant
control of chopper-fed
motors)
T-1:T-1Ch 5.20 AV-1 Explanation and usage
of
multi quadrant choppers
Student should know
need of multi
quadrant
and its applications
Role play of multi
quadrant in order
to
control the drives
Lecture 26 CHOPPER CONTROL OF
DC DRIVES(Multi quadrant
control of chopper-fed
motors)
T-1:T-1Ch 5.20 AV-1 Explanation and usage
of
multi quadrant choppers
Student should know
need of multi
quadrant
and its applications
Role play of multi
quadrant in order
to
control the drives
Lecture 27 INDUCTION AND
SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR
DRIVES(3-phase a.c.
voltage controller-fed IM
drive)
T-1:T-1Ch 6.11 Principle and operation
of ac voltage regulator
Student should know
the basic principle of
AC voltage controller
Simulation using
MATLAB
Electric traction,
WInd energy
generation.
Week 10 Lecture 28 INDUCTION AND
SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR
DRIVES(3-phase a.c.
voltage controller-fed IM
drive)
T-1:T-1Ch 6.11 Principle and operation
of ac voltage regulator
Student should know
the basic principle of
AC voltage controller
Simulation using
MATLAB
Electric traction,
WInd energy
generation.
Week 10 Lecture 29 INDUCTION AND
SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR
DRIVES(Voltage Source
Inverter (VSI) and Current
Source Inverter (CSI)
variable frequency drives of
Induction and Synchronous
Machines)
T-1:T-1Ch 6.13
R-1:9.1-9.3
Explanation of VSI and
CSI
Student should know
how to control the
speed of induction
motor
Discussing the
differences
between
VSI and CSI
Lecture 30 INDUCTION AND
SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR
DRIVES(Voltage Source
Inverter (VSI) and Current
Source Inverter (CSI)
variable frequency drives of
Induction and Synchronous
Machines)
T-1:T-1Ch 6.13
R-1:9.1-9.3
Explanation of VSI and
CSI
Student should know
how to control the
speed of induction
motor
Discussing the
differences
between
VSI and CSI
Week 11 Lecture 31 INDUCTION AND
SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR
DRIVES(Comparison of
VSI and CSI drives)
T-1:T-1Ch 6.17.3 OR-2 Differences between
VSI
and CSI
Student should know
the differences
between
VSI and CSI
Lecture 32 INDUCTION AND
SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR
DRIVES(Comparison of
VSI and CSI drives)
T-1:T-1Ch 6.17.3 OR-2 Differences between
VSI
and CSI
Student should know
the differences
between
VSI and CSI
Lecture 33 INDUCTION AND
SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR
DRIVES(Cyclo-converter-
fed IM drive)
T-1:T-1Ch 6.15 Principle of cyclo
converter
Student should know
the working of cyclo
converter
Simulation using
MATLAB in order
to
control speed of
induction motor
Week 12 Lecture 34 INDUCTION AND
SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR
DRIVES(Cyclo-converter-
fed IM drive)
T-1:T-1Ch 6.15 Principle of cyclo
converter
Student should know
the working of cyclo
converter
Simulation using
MATLAB in order
to
control speed of
induction motor
Lecture 35 Quiz,Test3
Lecture 36 INDUCTION AND
SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR
DRIVES(Static rotor
resistance control of 3-phase
slip ring IM)
T-1:T-1Ch 6.20.2 Explanation of slip ring
induction motor
Student should know
the types of induction
machines and its
usage
Week 13 Lecture 37 BRAKING METHODS
(Various methods of braking
d.c. and a.c. motors)
T-1:T-1Ch 5.3 Braking methods Student should know
the types of braking
methods
Lecture 38 BRAKING METHODS
(Regenerative braking of
d.c. motors during chopper
control)
T-1:T-1Ch 5.3 AV-1 Definition of
regenerative braking
Definition of
regenerative braking
TramCars,
Electric
Traction.
Week 13 Lecture 39 BRAKING METHODS
(Static scherbius drive)
T-1:T-1Ch 6.21.1 Variable speed constant
frequency generation
methods
To know the V by F
control method
Discussing the
main
parts of scherbius
drive
Week 14 Lecture 40 BRAKING METHODS
(Commutatorless Kramer
drive)
T-1:T-1Ch 6.21.2 Variable speed constant
frequency generation
methods
To know the V by F
control method
Lecture 41 BRAKING METHODS
(Introduction to
Microprocessor Control of
Electric Drives)
T-1:T-1Ch 12.1 RW-1 Microprocessor based
drive system
Student should know
how to control a
drive
system using
microprocessor and
lecture 42 is reserved
for contingency
Image of block
diagram of speed
control of drive
using
microprocessor
Lecture 42 BRAKING METHODS
(Introduction to
Microprocessor Control of
Electric Drives)
T-1:T-1Ch 12.1 RW-1 Microprocessor based
drive system
Student should know
how to control a
drive
system using
microprocessor and
lecture 42 is reserved
for contingency
Image of block
diagram of speed
control of drive
using
microprocessor
SPILL OVER
Week 15 Lecture 43 Spill Over
Lecture 44 Spill Over
Lecture 45 Spill Over
Scheme for CA:
Component Frequency Out Of Each Marks Total Marks
Quiz,Test 2 3 10 20
Total :- 10 20
Details of Academic Task(s)
AT No. Objective Topic of the Academic Task Nature of Academic Task
(group/individuals/field
work
Evaluation Mode Allottment /
submission Week
Test1 To know the basic
classification of
drives and its
operation
Topics covered from lecture1-9 Individual six questions
carrying five marks
each
3 / 4
Test2 To become familiar
with the concepts of
drives.
topics covered from lecture11-17 Individual six questions
carrying five marks
each
5 / 6
Quiz1 test topics covered from lecture22-34 Individual topics covered from
22-34
11 / 12