Introduction

            EEE is the engineering course to learn about power production, transmission and distribution; electrical machines and power electronics. So, what does this mean? Without electrical engineers, there is no power generation, and the trending industries, electronics and computers, would no longer exist. This explains the importance of electrical engineering in keeping the other industries sustained. MIET values this important engineering stream, and honors it by providing the course. Well equipped laboratories and fine faculty are provided to make the students feel the greatness of “Electrical Engineering”.

            Since it is Electrical and Electronics Engineering, you will get the hints of electronics as well. Subjects like Microprocessor, Electron devices and circuits, etc. are fun to learn, and introduce you to the core points of the electronics. The underlying benefit is you get the talent to work as an electronic engineer too. There is plethora of job opportunities for the EEE students. You can get placed in the Electrical or Electronic sectors. Power plants, Electrical machine industries, etc. are the common work places for the electrical engineers. Even many electronic companies consider the EEE students for joining them. So, the work sources are in peak for the electrical students. Electrical and Electronic Engineering is an interesting stream, with lots of employment potential.

            The department of EEE at M.I.E.T Engineering College was established in 1998. It offers Undergraduate programme (B.E) in Electrical and Electronics Engineering with sanctioned intake of 120 students. It also runs prominent postgraduate programme (M.E) in Power electronics and drives (Power electronics), which started from year 2011 with sanctioned intake of 24 students.

            The faculty of this department eludes excellent commitment, and they possess high qualification credentials to provide technical education of utmost standards. The students are offered with innovative workshops, guest lectures, informative industrial visits, etc. on a regular basis, to keep them updated with the latest trends in the electrical and electronics engineering.

Programmes offered :

  • B.E. Electrical And Electronics Engineering
  • M.E. Power Electronics And Drives
D.Tamilselvan Assistant Professor

Ph.D

Pursuing

ME : Power Electronics and Drives

Completed – 2009

BE : Electrical Engineering

Completed – 2001

AREA OF INTEREST

Power Electronics

K.Arun Kumaran Assistant Professor

ME : Power Electronics and Drives

Completed – 2009

BE : Electrical Engineering

Completed – 2007

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference – 3

AREA OF INTEREST

Power Electronics, Switched reluctance Machine, Mobile Communication

J.Gopi Assistant Professor

Ph.D

Pursuing

ME : Power Electronics and Drives

Completed – 2010

BE : Electrical Engineering

Completed – 2006

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference – 1

National Conference – 2

AREA OF INTEREST

Power Electronics and Drives, Renewable energy sources

S.Samaya Sanjeevi Assistant Professor

ME : Power Electronics and Drives

Completed – 2010

BE : Electrical Engineering

Completed – 2006

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference – 1

National Conference – 1

AREA OF INTEREST

Power Electronics

E.Muthukumaran Assistant Professor

Ph.D

Pursuing

ME : Power System

Completed – 2011

BE : Electrical Engineering

Completed – 2009

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference – 2

National Conference – 3

AREA OF INTEREST

Power System

K.Bharani Assistant Professor

ME : Power System

Completed – 2014

BE : Electrical Engineering

Completed – 2009

AREA OF INTEREST

Power System

S.Pandiarajan Assistant Professor

ME : Power System

Completed – 2010

BE : Electrical Engineering

Completed – 2006

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference – 2

Journals – 1

AREA OF INTEREST

Power System

G.Gurumoorthy Assistant Professor

ME : Power System

Completed – 2010

BE : Electrical Engineering

Completed – 2008

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

Journals – 2

AREA OF INTEREST

Power System

D.Jayaraj Assistant Professor

ME : Power Electronics and Drives

Completed – 2012

BE : Electrical Engineering

Completed – 2007

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

National Conference – 2

AREA OF INTEREST

Power Electronics, Electrical Machines

B.Muthuselvi Assistant Professor

ME : Power Electronics and Drives

Completed – 2012

BE : Electrical Engineering

Completed – 2005

AREA OF INTEREST

Power Electronics

S.Rajasekar Assistant Professor

ME : Power System

Completed – 2015

BE : Electrical Engineering

Completed – 2011

PAPER PUBLISHING DETAILS

International Conference – 1

AREA OF INTEREST

Power Electronics

CONTROL SYSTEM LAB

  • PID kit
  • DSO
  • DC motor
  • CRO 30MHz
  • 2MHz Function Generator
  • Position Control Systems Kit
  • Tacho Generator Coupling set
  • AC Synchro transmitter& receiver
  • R, L, C Bridge kit
  • Thermistor (silicon type) RTD nickel type
  • Optical sensor
  • Strain Gauge Kit with Handy lever beam
  • Flow measurement Trainer kit
  • Digital IC Trainer kit
  • Analog IC Tester

ELECTRICAL MACHINES LAB

  • DC Shunt Motor with Loading Arrangement
  • DC Series Motor with Loading Arrangement
  • DC Compound Motor with Loading Arrangement
  • Three Phase Induction Motor with Loading Arrangement
  • Single Phase Induction Motor with Loading Arrangement
  • DC Shunt Motor Coupled with Three phase Alternator
  • DC Shunt Motor Coupled With DC Compound Generator
  • DC Shunt Motor Coupled With DC Shunt Generator
  • Single Phase Transformer
  • Single Phase Auto Transformer
  • Three Phase Auto Transformer
  • Single Phase Restive Loading Bank
  • Three Phase Restive Loading Bank
  • Three Phase Synchronous Motor

POWER ELECTRONICS LAB

  • DSPIC 30 F 4011 based PWM controller
  • IGBT based converter for Separately excited DC motor
  • IGBT based inverter for three phase Induction motor
  • IGBT based converter for PMSM motor
  • 8051 Micro controller with stepper motor interfacing
  • TMS320F2407A DSP controller
  • Power module for Switched Reluctance Motor
  • Switched mode power converter module
  • UPS trainer module
  • Single phase power quality analyser (With simulator interfacing)
  • VI characteristics of  SCR, TRIAC, MOSFET & IGBT
  • Single phase SCR based half controlled converter and fully controlled converter
  • IGBT based single phase & three phase PWM inverter modules
  • MOSFET & IGBT based chopper

FIRST YEAR

Semester I

S.NO.COURSE TITLELTPC
COURSE CODE
THEORY
1HS6151Technical English – I3104
2MA6151Mathematics – I3104
3PH6151Engineering Physics – I3003
4CY6151Engineering Chemistry – I3003
5GE6151Computer Programming3003
6GE6152Engineering Graphics2034
PRACTICAL
7GE6161Computer Practices Laboratory0032
8GE6162Engineering Practices Laboratory0032
9GE6163Physics and Chemistry Laboratory – I0021

Semester II

S.NO.COURSE TITLELTPC
COURSE CODE
THEORY
1HS6251Technical English – II3104
2MA6251Mathematics – II3104
3PH6251Engineering Physics – II3003
4CY6251Engineering Chemistry – II3003
5GE6251Basic Civil and Mechanical Engineering4004
6EE6201Circuit Theory3104
PRACTICAL
7GE6262Physics and Chemistry Laboratory – II0021
8GE6263Computer Programming Laboratory0122
9EE6211Electric Circuits Laboratory0032

SECOND YEAR

Semester III

S.NO.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1MA6351Transforms and Partial Differential Equations3104
2EE6301Digital Logic Circuits3104
3EE6302Electromagnetic Theory3104
4GE6351Environmental Science and Engineering3003
5EC6202Electronic Devices and Circuits3104
6EE6303Linear Integrated Circuits and Applications3003
PRACTICAL
7EC6361Electronics Laboratory0032
8EE6311Linear and Digital Integrated Circuits Laboratory0032

Semester IV

S.NO.COURSE TITLELTPC
COURSE CODE
THEORY
1HS6251Technical English – II3104
2MA6251Mathematics – II3104
3PH6251Engineering Physics – II3003
4CY6251Engineering Chemistry – II3003
5GE6251Basic Civil and Mechanical Engineering4004
6EE6201Circuit Theory3104
PRACTICAL
7GE6262Physics and Chemistry Laboratory – II0021
8GE6263Computer Programming Laboratory0122
9EE6211Electric Circuits Laboratory0032

THIRD YEAR

Semester V

S.NO.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1EE6501Power System Analysis3003
2EE6502Microprocessors and Microcontrollers3003
3ME6701Power Plant Engineering3003
4EE6503Power Electronics3003
5EE6504Electrical Machines – II3104
6IC6501Control Systems3104
PRACTICAL
7EE6511Control and Instrumentation Laboratory0032
8GE6563Communication Skills – Laboratory Based0042
9EE6512Electrical Machines Laboratory – II0032

Semester VI

S.NO.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1EC6651Communication Engineering3003
2EE6601Solid State Drives3003
3EE6602Embedded Systems3003
4EE6603Power System Operation and Control3003
5EE6604Design of Electrical Machines3104
6Elective – I3003
PRACTICAL
7EE6611Power Electronics and Drives Laboratory0032
8EE6612Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Laboratory0032
9EE6613Presentation Skills and Technical Seminar0021
TOTAL181824

FINAL YEAR

Semester VII

S.NO.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1EE6701High Voltage Engineering3003
2EE6702Protection and Switchgear3003
3EE6703Special Electrical Machines3003
4MG6851Principles of Management3003
5Elective – II3003
6Elective – III3003
PRACTICAL
7EE6711Power System Simulation Laboratory0032
8EE6712Comprehension0021
TOTAL181824

Semester VIII

S.NO.COURSE CODECOURSE TITLELTPC
THEORY
1EE6801Electric Energy Generation, Utilization and3003
2Elective – IV3003
3Elective – V3003
PRACTICAL
4EE6811Project Work00126
TOTAL901215

Design of Power Converters and Applications

Objective

  • To familiarize  the  students  with  the  utilization aspects  of power  engineering,  more  specifically  the  techniques  of solid-state   power   conversions   and   their
  • To meet industry   requirement   for   power   electronic   engineers,   adequate practical knowledge on power semiconductor devices, converter   topologies,   their   control   techniques   and   typical applications in motor drives and other applications.

Course contents

  • DC-DC Converters
  • LED Drivers
  • Inverters
  • Pulse generation circuits

Course duration

Three months (July 2017 to September 2017)

Course Instructors

Mr. J.Gopi, AP/ EEE

Students

Final Year  VII Semester –  36 students

 

  • Recent Trends in Power Electronics and Power Systems

                We have organized a Technical guest lecture for our Final year Electrical and Electronics Engineering Students (48 students) as per academic schedule for one day in our Engineering College “B” Block – Training and Placement wing.

                Mr.S. Sivasubramaniyan, Executive Engineer, TNEB, Gobichettipalayam has delivered the technical guest lecture on “Recent Trends in Power Electronics and Power Systems” for final year students organized by Electrical Electronics Engineering department on 26.07.2017.

                This lecture helps to escalate the knowledge of students in Power electronics based power system design and converters and inverters applications in power control domain. Technical guest lecture topics covered the various aspects of advanced converters and switching techniques implemented in recent technology. The feedback received from the participants is in positive and useful manner about the program.

  • Electrical Machines

                We have organized  a Technical guest lecture for our third year Electrical and Electronics Engineering Students (65 students) as per academic schedule for one day in our Engineering college “C” Block – Seminar hall.

                Dr.V.Vasan Prabhu, M.E., Ph.D., Associate Professor/ EEE, St.Joseph’s College of Engineering, Chennai has delivered the technical guest lecture on “Electrical Machines” for third year students organized by Electrical Electronics Engineering department on 30.08.2017.

                This lecture enhanced the student’s knowledge in Electrical machines. Guest lecture topics covered in the area of operation of various types of electrical machines and special machines.Topics like speed control, basic design, starters and formulation are also covered in this lecture.  The feedback received from the participants is in positive and useful manner about the program

     

Dr.L.Jebaraj M.E., Ph.D.
Associate Professor & Head of the Department,
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering,
M.I.E.T Engineering College,
Gundur, Trichy-07.
Mail ID: eee.hod@miet.edu

Symposium Poster

Event Rules

PAPER PRESENTATION

  • Maximum two authors per team can participate.
  • Full length paper should be in IEEE format. (not more than 6)
  • The title page should have abstract with the details of authors. (College name and mail id)
  • A soft copy of the paper has to be sent through mail on or before 14.02.2018. e3sparta18@gmail.com
  • Selected papers will be intimated to the registered members on or before 17.02.2018. through mail only.
  • The short listed participants are required to bring their presentation slides (ppt or pptx format) for the accepted paper.
  • Printed copy has to be submitted at the time of presentation.
  • Paper A4 size , 1.5 line spacing, Font-Times New Roman, 12 pts (Normal)
  • 5 minutes will be given for presentation and 2 minutes for queries.
  • The Best Paper Award is under the judge and the organizers discretion.

TECHNICAL QUIZ

  • Maximum two members per team can participate.
  • Preliminary round will be conducted and only qualified teams can participate in the final round.

SILENT SECTOR

  • Maximum two members per team can participate.
  • Preliminary round will be conducted and only qualified teams can participate in the final round.

CONNECTRICALS

  • Maximum two members per team can participate.
  • Preliminary round will be conducted and only qualified teams can participate in the final round.

NOTE
1.Participant should come with proper formal dress code
2.Participants should bring Bonafide certificate and ID card from their respective colleges.

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