Sem 6

  • ELECTRICAL POWER II Kiran Dongre -
    Basics of power system, transmission line fault analysis and classification, HVDC Line, FACTS Controller, voltage control techniques etc.
    5 Lessons 00:00:00 Hours English
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  • POWER ELECTRONICS I Krunal Panpaliya -
    study of semiconductor devices.
    4 Lessons 00:00:00 Hours English
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  • Optimization Techniques Vikramsingh Parihar -
    Optimization Techniques is a branch of Operations Research and is the act of obtaining the best soution under given circumstances.
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  • Electrical Power Systems Amit Mohod -
    Modern electric power systems have three separate components - generation, transmission and distribution. Electric power is generated at the power generating stations by synchronous alternators that are usually driven either by steam or hydro turbines. Most of the power generation takes place at generating stations that may contain more than one such alternator-turbine combination. Depending upon the type of fuel used, the generating stations are categorized as thermal, hydro, nuclear etc. Many of these generating stations are remotely located. Hence the electric power generated at any such station has to be transmitted over a long distance to load centers that are usually cities or towns. This is called the power transmission. In fact power transmission towers and transmission lines are very common sights in rural areas. Modern day power systems are complicated networks with hundreds of generating stations and load centers being interconnected through power transmission lines. Electric power is generated at a frequency of either 50 Hz or 60 Hz. In an interconnected ac power system, the rated generation frequency of all units must be the same. In India the frequency is 50 Hz.
    9 Lessons 00:00:00 Hours English
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  • Microprocessors & Microcontrollers Wajahat Naseem -
    This course will start with a discussion on a simple microprocessor, 8085. Understanding this architecture is the basis to follow any other complex CPU architecture. It will be followed by 8086 MIcroprocessor. The hardware intricacies of these processors and their programming will be covered. Different system design examples built around these processors will also be elaborated.
    6 Lessons 00:00:00 Hours English
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  • POWER ELECTRONICS 1 LAB 6EX09 by S.D.Nimkar and K.S.Panpaliya Sagar Nimkar -
    Practical knowledge of power electronics
    3 Lessons 00:00:00 Hours English
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  • Electrical Power System-II LAB Amit Mohod -
    Electric power distribution systems. Transmission lines. Voltage and reactive power control. Load flow studies. Fault studies. System stability. Overvoltage protection and insulation requirements. Power and frequency control.
    1 Lessons 00:00:00 Hours English
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