Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering

About Department

            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 90 students. It also runs prominent Postgraduate programme (M.E) in Power Electronics and Drives , which started from year 2011 with sanctioned intake of 18 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

VISION & MISSION

Vision

  • To be recognized as a centre of excellence in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, contribution to the needs of stakeholders

Mission

  • To impart Quality Education through comprehensive exposure, value additions and effective teaching learning process.
  • To facilitate learning environment in view of challenges in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
  • To provide platform for students to update the contemporary knowledge with professional quality and commitment to lifelong learning.

PEO

  • To strengthen knowledge in the application modern tools and technological skill so as to identify, comprehend and solve problems.
  • To provide personality development training and activities to develop leadership quality, lifelong learning and ethical practices to have successful career as professional engineers.
  • To expose to active research and development activities using current technologies.

PSO

  • Apply fundamental knowledge to identify, formulate, design and investigate various problems of electrical and electronic circuits, power electronics and power systems.
  • Gradaunds are able to apply their technical and professional skills in multi disciplinary environments.

PROGRAMME OUT COMES (Pos)
PO 1 - Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO 2 - Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO 3 Design/development of solutions: - Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
PO 4 - Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
PO 5 Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO 6 - The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
PO 7 - Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO 8 - Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO 9 - Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO 10 - Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
PO 11 - Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
PO 12 - Life-long learning: Recognise the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in the broadest context of technological change.
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Dr.U.SURESHKUMAR

Designation HoD/ PROFESSOR
Joining Date 06-08-2018
Qualification M.E.,P.h.D
Nature of association Regular
 Experience (in Years) Teaching : 21
Email id sureshumar.u@miet.edu
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List of UG Faculty

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D.TAMILSELVAN

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 25-05-2010
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) Teaching : 10
Email id tamilselvan.d@miet.edu
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E.MUTHUKUMARAN

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 04-07-2012
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) Teaching : 8
Email id muthukumaran.e@miet.edu
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K.KALAISELVI

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 15-12-2014
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
 Experience (in Years) Teaching : 6.4
Email id kalaiselvi.k@miet.edu
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D.JAYARAJ

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 11-06-2015
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) Teaching : 7.8
Email id Jayaraj.d@miet.edu 
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M.DEVI

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 05-08-2015
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
 Experience (in Years) Teaching : 4.10
Email id devi.m@miet.edu
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P.YOGANATHAN

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 06-08-2015
Qualification M.Tech.
Nature of association Regular
 Experience (in Years) Teaching : 4.10
Email id yoganathan.p@miet.edu
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A.ABIRAMI

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 03-01-2018
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) Teaching : 1.6
Email id abirami.a@miet.edu
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S.SUGARAJ

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 25-06-2018
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) Teaching : 2.7
Email id sugaraj.s@miet.edu
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S.RAJASEKAR

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 05-09-2012
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) Teaching : 6.8
Email id rajasekar.s@miet.edu
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B.MUTHUSELVI

Designation ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Joining Date 15-06-2015
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) Teaching : 14
Email id muthuselvi.b@miet.edu
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S.SAMAYA SANJEEVI

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 11-06-2012
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) Teaching : 10.8
Email id samayasanjeevis@miet.edu
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S.PANDIARAJAN

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 12-01-2013
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
 Experience (in Years) Teaching : 9.10
Email id Pandiarajan.s@miet.edu
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T.SARANYA

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 25-08-2014
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) Teaching : 9.3
Email id saranya.t@miet.edu
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V.THIRUMALAIKUMAR

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 05-08-2015
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
 Experience (in Years) Teaching : 4.10
Email id thirumalaikumar.v@miet.edu
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A.MARIYA JOSEPH YESURAJ

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 06-08-2015
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
 Experience (in Years) Teaching : 4.10
Email id mariajosephyesuraj@miet.edu
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E.AVINASH

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 24-08-2016
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
 Experience (in Years) Teaching : 4.10
Email id avinash.e@miet.edu
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G.KARTHICK

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 25-06-2018
Qualification  M.E.
Nature of association Regular
 Experience (in Years) Teaching : 6
Email id karthick.g@miet.edu
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G.GURUMOORTHY

Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Joining Date 03-06-2013
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) Teaching : 8.10
Email id gurumoorthy.g@miet.edu

List of PG Faculty

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Dr.M.VIJAYASARATHY

Designation Professor
Joining Date 02-07-2018
Qualification M.Tech., Ph.D
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) Teaching : 16.2
Email id vijayasarathy.m@miet.edu 
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S.BALAMURUGAN

Designation Asst. Prof.
Joining Date 24-08-2016
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
Experience (in Years) Teaching : 4.6
Email id avinash.e@miet.edu
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G.KARTHIK

Designation Asst. Prof.
Joining Date 17-06-2019
Qualification M.E.
Nature of association Regular
 Experience (in Years) Teaching : 4
Email id karthik.g@miet.edu

POWER SYSTEM PLANNING & RELIABILITY

Objectives

  • To provide the knowledge about load forecasting, scheduling and risk management.
  • To analyze the factors of reliability and risk analysis in the various situation of power systems.
  • To know about the different tools and techniques of evaluation of reliability indices.
  • To analyze the reliability assessment for elements of transmission and generation systems.

Course contents

  • Introduction to Load Forecasting
  • Reliability Concepts & Risk Analysis
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Reliability of Generation Systems
  • Reliability Assessment

Course Duration
Two months (09.07.2018 to 31.08.2018)

Course outcomes

  • Ability to make the planning and reliability of power systems in different conditions.
  • Ability to use the types of tools and techniques to evaluation of indices and overload capability and also protection systems for transmission and generation.

Course Instructors

Mr.S.Pandiarajan,AP/EEE
Mr.E.Muthukumaran AP/EEE
Mr.K.Arunkumaran, AP/EEE

Archive

Power Quality issues in Industrial Loads

Course duration
Two months (February 2018 to March 2018)

Objectives 

  • To provide the knowledge about various power quality problems arise in industry.
  • To analyze and comprehend the various condition monitoring procedure available in industry.
  • To know about the different ways of harmonics elimination methodology adopted for electric drives.
  • To analyze the power factor management related to high inductive loads.

Course contents

  • Power Quality Problems
  • Harmonics
  • Condition Monitoring in Industry
  • Power Quality Measurement
  • Power Factor Management in Industry

Course outcomes

  • Ability to understand and analyze various power quality issues arose in industry.
  • Ability to monitor the stage of power factor improvement in highly inductive and non – linear loads.

Course Instructors
Mr.E.Muthukumaran AP/EEE
Mr.K.Arunkumaran, AP/EEE
Mr.S.Pandiarajan,AP/EEE

Design of Power Converters and Applications

Course duration

Three months (July 2017 to September 2017)

Objectives

  • 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 Outcome

  • Student will be able to learn the types, design and applications of dc-dc converters and applications in various industries
  • Student will be able to understand the various types of led drivers and their applications.
  • Student will be able to develop their analytical skill in testing and fault finding circuits, which leads them to ready for industry.
  • Student will be able to identify the faults and how to repair them in safe manner in power supply units which make them self employable.
  • students are practically trained in pulse generation circuits and their types.

Course Instructors

Mr. J.Gopi, AP/ EEE

Innovative Teaching

The department initiates innovative methods to make the students actively participate in the teaching-learning process through student centric learning activities such as google class room, audio/video lecturers, peer to peer learning, role play, demonstration of  model, Inquiry based learning, collaborative learning etc.,

Google Classroom

The google classroom label describes the teaching structure that has students watching        pre-recorded lessons at home and completing in-class assignments, as opposed to hearing lectures in class and doing homework at home. Teachers who implement the google classroom model often film their own instructional videos, but many also use pre-made videos from online sources.

Peer to Peer Learning

Three or four like-minded students are pooled together to form a group and to help each other in academic activities to excel in University examinations. The members of each group coordinate their efforts by producing quality output of the task given to them. Every member of the group shares his/her knowledge and ideas with other members of the group. It enhances individual’s knowledge and skills and inculcates team work and leadership quality. Peer to Peer review is obtained through which students are actively involved in their own learning and establishing a connection between the learner and the learning object.

Role play

An important key element to understand the concepts. In this activity a group of students are actively involved to demonstrate a particular concept in action. This will help the students to comprehend the topics with ease. The purpose of these activities is to ensure tracking students development, revealing the learning progress, highlighting the best work and involving the students in assessment process. 

Demonstration of models

The real time working models are demonstrated in the class to connect the tangible model with the theoretical concept. This helps the students to easily understand the working principles of electrical engineering components.

Inquiry-based Learning

Encouraging students to ask questions and investigate their own ideas that helps in improving their problem-solving skills

Collaborative learning

 Collaboration allows students to actively participate in the learning process by talking with each other and listening to others opinions. Collaboration establishes a personal connection between students and the topic of study and it helps students think in a less personally biased way. Group projects and discussions are the topics . Teachers may employ collaboration to assess student’s abilities to work as a team, leadership skills, or presentation abilities

Video Course Material

Electrical Machines Laboratory

Rectifier panel, DC Shunt Motor, DC Shunt Motor Coupled withThree phase alternator, DC Series Motor, Three Phase squirrel cage Induction Motor, Single Phase Induction Motor, DC Shunt Motor Coupled With DC SeriesGenerator, DC Shunt Motor Coupled with DC Shunt Generator, Single Phase Transformer, Three Phase Auto Transformer, Three phase transformer, 5HP Synchronous motor, Three phase Slip Ring Induction motor,Single & Three phase Resistive load, Capacitiveload and ZPF Load, AC & DC Starters, DC Compound Motor.

Power System Simulation  Laboratory

Personal computers (Intel Core 2 Duo), Server (Pentium IV, 80GB,1GB RAM)(High Speed Processor), Power system simulation software’s such as Matlab, Mipower, LCD projector

Power Electronics Laboratory

Single phase SCR based half controlled converter and fully controlled converter. MOSFET based choppers.IGBT based choppers, IGBT based single phase PWM inverter module, IGBT based three phase PWM inverter module, Digital LCR meter, V-I Characteristics of SCR, V-I Characteristics of TRIAC, V-I Characteristics of MOSFET, V-I Characteristics of IGBT, Temperature Measurement Trainer using RTD, Dual regulated DC power supply, Single phase SCR Converter, Cathode ray Oscilloscope, Function Generator, IC trainer kits, Function Generator, Digital Storage Oscilloscope

Control System Laboratory

Energy meter, Megger, PID kit, DSO, DC motor couple with Generator, Range finder, Digital live wire detector, Flow Measurement Trainer kit, Cathode ray Oscilloscope, Function Generator, Position Control Systems Kit, AC Synchro transmitter &receiver, Optical sensor, Strain Gauge Kit with Handy lever beam, IC Trainerkit, Design of lag-lead compensator, P.PI,PID controller,ADC Trainer Kit, DAC Trainer Kit, LVDT Trainer Kit

  • IETE Students Forum - 27 - 03 - 2019

    Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering has organized an inaugural function for IETE Students Forum on 27.03.2019.Mr.C.V.Vinod, Principal General Manager, BSNL, Trichy, Guest of honor gave a very informative speech.  He inspired the students to have a positive attitude and managerial skills by inculcating good habits among themselves.  He debited the essential skills set required by engineers in the current industrial era.He gave trips to tackle the steps undergone by unemployed youth.  He has also emphasized the employment opportunities in BSNL as well as in industry.  He illustrated the significance of GATE exam in getting flourishing posts in PSUs and Government Sector.Mr.C.V.Vinod highlighted that students have to grab the opportunities provide by IETE students forum to change their talent so that they aim be specific to achieve their goal.

  • Drive The Future With Bio Sensors & Bio Electronics - 08 - 03 - 2019

    An International Seminar was held on “Drive The Future With Bio Sensors & Bio Electronics” on 08th March 2019. It was jointly organized by Department of ECE, EEE and IETE students ‘Chapter.Prof.Y.Takemura (Yokohama National University, Japan) and Dr.S.Ota (Shizuoka University, Japan), the guest of honor, delivered chief guest address.During forenoon session, Prof.Y.Takemura, illustrated treatment of cancer cells without surgery, the depicted that by inserting tiny resonant circuit in the cancer affected cells and exposing them to electromagnetic radiation, generates heat there by destroying the cancer affected cells, even without operating human body. Apart from this the enumerated recent imaging techniques, such as MPI (Magnetic Particle Imaging), MRI and concept behind the operation.Afternoon session was handled by Dr.V.R.Dhulipala, Assistant professor, University college of Engineering, BIT Campus, Trichy. He elucidated the concept of biosensors, various challenges posed in the implementation and possible solutions to such challenges. 

  • 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

  • Future scope in Power Systems - 02-08-2018

    We have organized a Technical guest lecture for our Final year Electrical and Electronics Engineering Students (64 students) as per academic schedule for one day in our Engineering College “B” Block – Training and Placement wing.Dr.R.M.Sasiraja, Associate professor, Sethu Institute of Technology, Virudhunagar has delivered the technical guest lecture on “Future scope in Power Systems” for final year students organized by Electrical Electronics Engineering department on 02-08-2018.This lecture helps to escalate the knowledge of students in power system. Technical guest lecture topics covered the various aspects of Power systems, Energy management, Fundamentals & Advantages of Electrical Energy, Maintenance & Safety tips and Future development in power systems. The feedback received from the participants is in positive and useful manner about the program.

  • 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.

     

Name of the Student

Year

Organized by (Institutions/Industry)

Date

Prizes won
J.KIRUTHIKA
D.NANCY
III

INDIRA GANESAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
01.03.2019
PAPER PRESENTATION – I
R.PRADEEP
N.RAMKAVI
III

INDIRA GANESAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
01.03.2019
CONNECTRICALS - III PRIZE
J.KIRUTHIKA
D.NANCY
III

M.A.R. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECH
08.03.2019
PAPER PRESENTATION – III PRIZE
V.ARUL SAKTHI
N.RAM KAVI
III

M.A.R. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECH
08.03.2019
CONNECTRICALS I PRIZE
J.KIRUTHIKA
D. NANCY
III

M.A.R. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECH
08.03.2019
CONNECTRICALS II PRIZE
B.SHEIK ISMAIL
J. GANESH KUMAR
III

M.A.R. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECH
08.03.2019
TECHNICAL QUIZ I PRIZE
K.MANIMARAN
K.M.MOHAMED MUFASIL MUFEETH
IV

M.A.R. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECH
08.03.2019
TECHNICAL QUIZ II PRIZE
B.SHEIK ISMAIL
III

M.A.R. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECH
08.03.2019
CIRCUIT DEBUGGING II PRIZE
S.SALMAN KHAN
IV

M.A.R. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECH
08.03.2019
CIRCUIT DEBUGGING III PRIZE

Students Projects

Project is an individual or collaborative enterprise that is carefully planned to achieve a particular aim, where the students are able to demonstrate the personal abilities and skills required to produce and present an extended piece of work engaged in personal inquiry, action and reflection on specific topics and issues.

The Criteria to choose the best projects are

  • Innovation Ideas
  • Social Relevance
  • Product based
  • Real time Applications
  • Conference/Journal publications based

Industrial Expert are invited and joins the review committee for selecting the best projects based on the criteria fixed

BATCH

NO.

REG. NUMBER STUDENT NAME PROJECT TITTLE

SUPERVISOR NAME

1. 812415105015

812415105302

812415105306

812415105310

LEOANTONY.W

ANIFNABI. A

KIRUBAANETHI. C.M

PRAKASH. B

BLIND ASSISTANT NAVIGATION SYSTEM USING IMAGE PROCESSING  

K.ARUNKUMARAN

 

2. 812415105018

812415105030

812415105304

812415105308

MOHAMEDASIK.J

NAFEES AHMED.A

HAJAMOHAMEDIRFAN. I

MOHAMED MUSTAK ALI. M

AN  IMPLEMENTATION OF HIGH QUALITY VOLTAGE GAIN BY USING SEPIC AND SWITCHED CAPACITOR

 

 

S.SAMAYA SANJEEVI
3. 812415105028

812415105048

812415105050

812415105311

MOHAMED YASIR ARABATH.M

SHEIK ABDULLASHA.J

SIVA KUMAR.M

SATHISH. M

IMPLEMENTATION OF DC-DC INTERLEAVED ZETA CONVERTER FOR PHOTOVOLTAIC APPLICATIONS D.TAMILSELVAN
4. 812415105006

812415105023

812415105027

812415105033

ANTONY.A

MOHAMED NASURUDEEN.J

MOHAMED YASEER.M

NOORUL AMEEN.M

MODIFIED VOLTAGE LIFT TECHNIQUE BASED ON NON ISOLATED BOOST DC-DC CONVERTER K.ARUNKUMARAN

 

5. 812415105004

812415105022

812415105047

812415105061

ALAGESAN.M

MOHAMED NABIL.B

SHEIK ABDUL AZEEZ.A

VINOTH.G

A SERVER BASED LOAD ANALYSIS OF SMART METER SYSTEM

 

P.MANOHAR

 

6. 812415105001

812415105036

812415105040

812415105054

ABIRAM SAM SEELAN.V

PON MANIKANDA PRABHU.B

RAGUL.V

THANVEER AHAMED.A.R

AN ACTIVE PARTIAL SWITCHING METHOD IN TERTIARY LOOP FOR A HIGH EFFICIENCY PREDICTIVE CURRENT MODE CONTROL PFC CONVERTER G.GURUMOORTHY
7. 812415105003

812415105005

812415105014

812415105034

AJITH KUMAR.C

AMEER SUHAIL.S

JENNERSON.I

PANDIYAN.G

AN IMPROVED CUK CONVERTER WITH OPTIMIZED PSO TYPE 3 CONTROLLER S.RAJASEKAR

 

8. 812415105008

812415105013

812415105016

812415105017

CHARLES.P

JAYABALAN.M

MAHESHWARAN.K

MANIMARAN.K

BLIND PEOPLE USABLE ATM&SWIPE MACHINE USING IOT TECHNIQUE S.PANDIARAJAN

 

9. 812415105046

812415105303

SHAHANA BEGAM.S

ASHIKA. S

SIMULATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF SUPERLIFT LUO CONVERTER D.TAMILSELVAN
10. 812415105009

812415105031

812415105029

812415105042

DHIVYA.B

NANDHINI.J

MUTHUMARI.E

RUBI.R

HIGH VOLTAGE BOOST UP USING Y SOURCE BOOST CONVERTER FOR ELECTRICAL VEHICLE.  

S.PANDIARAJAN

 

11. 812415105025

812415105049

MOHAMED THAGIR.M

SHEKABDULLA.S

DISTRIBUTION NETWORK RECONFIGURATION USING GRASSHOPPER OPTIMIZATION ALGORITHM FOR POWER LOSS MINIMIZATION E.MUTHUKUMARAN
12. 812415105021

812415105041

812415105043

812415105305

MOHAMED MUSTAQ.M.S

RAVICHANDRAN.B

SALMANKHAN.S

JOSEPH PRABAKARAN. R

IMPROVEMENT OF GRID CONNECTED PV SYSTEM

USING MULTILEVEL INVERTER WITH SWITCHED

CAPACITANCE TECHNIQUE

D.JAYARAJ
13. 812415105019

812415105037

812415105044

812415105307

MOHAMED LUKMAN.K.M

PRAKASHRAJ.A

SAYED AASIQUE.Y

MOHAMED ASLAM. J

A SOLAR POWER ASSISTED BATTERY BALANCING SYSTEM FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLES U.SURESHKUMAR

 

14. 812415105012

812415105026

812415105045

812415105060

GOVINDARAJ.B

MOHAMED THAREEK.A

SENTHIL KUMAR.P

VIGNESH.V   (26-02-1997)

NPC BASED SEVEN LEVEL FIVE SWITCH FOR MITIGATE SHORT CIRCUITS FAULTS S.SAMAYASANJEEVI
15. 812415105020

812415105024

812415105055

812415105313

MOHAMED MUFASIL MUFEETH.K.M

MOHAMED RAZIK.K.A

THUNGABDULRAHMAN.S

YASAR. M

POWER QUALITY IMPLEMENTATION IN WIND ENERGY SYSTEM USING HVDC E.MUTHUKUMARAN
 

16.

 

 

 

 

 

812415105032

812415105039

812415105052

812415105035

NITHYA.R

PRIYANKA.S

SOWNDHARYA.S

PAVITHRA.E

ANFIS BASED MPPT TRACKING FOR PV SYSTEM USING SEPIC CONVERTER B.MUTHUSELVI
17. 812415105038

812415105051

812415105056

812415105312

PRAVEENKUMAR.S.P

SIVASANKAR.S

VENKATESH.N

SINEHAVARAN. M

NEWBRIDGELESS BOOST PFC CONVERTER WITH IMPROVED INPUT CURRENT AND POWER FACTOR G.GURUMOORTHY
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B.

 No

STUDENT NAME PROJECT TITLE AREA OF SPECIAL IZATION TYPE OF PROJECT SUPERVISOR NAME MATCHING STATED WITH PO & PSO
1 Anwardeen. M

Beer Ajmal Dhaskin. M

Sheik Mohammed Zubair.S.D

Ranjith.R

Positive Output Of Three Stage LIFT LUO Converter Power electronics Application D.Tamilselvan PO1,PO2 , PO9,PSO1
2 Jasima Nasreen.M

Reshmafarha. S

Vanika. C

Yuvappriya. M

DC-DC Converter With Simultaneous Boost And Buck Output Via Sigle Switch. Power electronics Research K.Arunkumaran

 

PO1,PO2,

PO7,PO8,PO9, PSO2

3 Kanagamanikandan. T

Logesh. R

Mohamed Ibrahim. M

Antony Selvam.Y

Regenerative Braking Using Bidirectional DC-DC Converter For Electric Vehicle Applications Power electronics Application S.Pandiarajan PO1,PO7,

PO8,PO9, PSO1

4 Ahamed Isthiyak.H

Faisal Ahamed.J

Gows Mydeen.I

Imrankhan.A

ANFIS Based Fault Current Limitor With Energy Management System. Fuzzy logic Application G.Gurumoorthy PO1 ,

PO2,PO8,PO9, PSO1

5 Anwar Basha.A

Asiq Noor Mohamed.A

Mohamed Hussain.M

Vijay. S

Implementation Of Dickson Voltage Multiplier In High Step Up DC – DC Converter With Dual Inductor. Power electronics Application S.Samaya Sanjeevi PO1,

PO2,PO7,

PO8,PSO2

6 Esath. G

Mohamed Hassain. J

Victor Lawrence. J

Elavarasan.E

A Design Of High Step Up DC –DC Converter With Coupled Inductor For Ac Load Applications. Power electronics Application S.Rajasekar PO1,PO2,

PO8,PO9, PSO1

7 Kannan.G

Loheshwaran.A

Manirajan.N

Mansur Bahath.M

Optimal Location And Sizing Of Distributed Generation With And Without Network Reconfiguration Using Particle Swarm Optimation (PSO) Power system Research E.Muthukumaran PO1,PO2

PO8,PO9, PSO1

8 Arockia Remigius.A

Raja.M

Riyaz Mohamed.M

Soban Raj.T

Scalable Micro Grid System For Rural Electrification By Solar PV Array Power electronics Application D.Jayaraj PO1,

PO8,PO9, PO4,PSO1

9 Avulia Mohamed.A

Haja Shahul Hameerudeen.M

Raja Praveen.S

Rajasekar.M

Improved Direct Torque Control For DFIG Based Fuzzy Logic. Fuzzy logic Application E.Muthukumaran PO1,

PO2,PO6, PO7.PSO2

10 Aaliyabanu. M

Kausalya.K

Thanga Mayil.P

Quasi-Z- Source Matrix Converter Fed Induction Motor Drive For Flow Control Of Dye In Paper Mill. Power electronics Application D.Tamilselvan PO1, PO2

PO7,PO9, PSO1

11 Gayathri. M

Priya.D

Saranya.R

Novel Design Of Two Stage Inverter Using Solar Energy Power electronics Application B.Muthuselvi PO1,PO6,

PO2, PO7, PO8,PSO2.

12 Ajash. M

Thilagan E

Imthiaz Ahamed.R

Mohamed Ashik.S

Design Of Integrated DC – DC Converter On PV Panel With Hot spotting Protection. Power electronics Application J.Gopi PO1,

PO6,PO8, PSO1

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B.No

STUDENT NAME

PROJECT TITLE AREA OF SPECIAL IZATION TYPE OF PROJECT SUPERVISOR NAME

MATCHING STATED WITH PO & PSO

1 Arputha.M

Kalpana.G

Kiruthiga.R

Usharani.S

Multi Input Multi Output DC-DC Converter With High Voltage Gain Power electronics Research D.Tamilselvan PO1,PO2,

PO7,PO8, PSO2

2 Divan Mydeen.M

Jahabar Sadiq.M Mohamed Furkhan.N

Sudhakar.K

Whiplash Sensing And Tracking System Using SIMCOM Technology Power system Research S.Pandiarajan PO1,

PO2,PO7 , PO8,PSO2

3 Abdul Ajees.A

Ajith Kumar.K

Ayathullah Homeni.N

Venkatesan.K

High Gain Single Stage Boosting Inverter Using SPWM. Power electronics Research D.Tamilselvan PO1,PO2

PO7,PO8, PSO2

4 Maharibath Nisha.H

Sangeetha.S

Vinothini  .A

Efficient Transformerless MOSFET Inverter For Grid Tied Photovoltaic System Power electronics Research K.Bharani PO1,PO2

PO7,PO8, PSO2

5 Anbuselvi.A

Preethi.E

Sridevi.M

Brindha Sarathi.C

An Innovative Reconfigurable Integrated Converter Topology Suitable For Distributed Generation Power electronics Research S.Samaya Sanjeevi PO1, PO2,

PO7,PO9, PSO1

6 Mohamed Fahad.A

Mohamed Faisal.M

Nizamdheen.M

Mohamed Wahith.J

A Novel System Of Inductive Wireless Transfer System Using Fuzzy Based Matrix Converter. Power electronics Research G.Gurumoorthy PO1,PO2

PO7,PO8, PSO2

7 Abdulla.M

Jehovah.A

Kabilan.P

Saravanan.M

Hall Effect Sensor Fault Detection Identification And Compensation In Brushless Dc Drives Power electronics Research S.Samaya Sanjeevi PO1, PO2,

PO7,PO9, PSO1

8 Jegareevan.M

Praveen.I

Ramkumar.J

Ramprakash.M

A High Efficiency Fly Back Micro Inverter With A New Adaptive Snubber For Photovoltaic Applications Power electronics Research G.Gurumoorthy PO1,

PO2,PO7 , PO8,PSO2

9 Kiruthika.R(21.10.1995)

Priya.D

Priyadharshini.G

Performance Evaluation Of Multiport Dual Input Single Output Dc – Dc Converter Power electronics Research D.Jayaraj PO1,

PO2,PO8,PSO2

10 Govindaraj.T

Naveenraj.K

Rajeshsharma.S

Surendhar.P

PFC CUK Converter Fed BLDC Motor Drive Power electronics Application K.Arunkumaran PO1,PO2

PO7,PO8, PSO2

11 Elangovan.R

Manikandan.D

Michael Jackson.J

Rakesh  R

A Cascade Buck Boost Pfc Converter Operating In Discontinuous Capacitive Voltage Mode Power electronics Research J.Gopi PO1,PO2,

PO7,PO8, PSO2

12 Arun Kumar.A

Bharathi Raja.M

Chandhru.M

Harishankar  .K

Implementation Of A Zero Voltage Transition Interleaved Boost Converter Power electronics Research J.Gopi PO1,PO2

PO7,PO8, PSO2

13 Manoj Kumar.R

Martin Rabhel.C

Mohamed Azarudeen.A

A Single Dc Source Cascaded Seven Level Inverter By Using Integrating Switched Capacitor Techniique Power electronics Research E.Muthukumaran PO1, PO4

PO7,PO9, PSO1

14 Kajamydeen.H

Mohamed Hakkim.M

Niyaz Ahamed.R

Saleem Khan.M

Intelligent Buck Boost Converter Unit Operation For Aeronautical Application. Power electronics Application E.Muthukumaran PO1,PO2

,PO8, PSO2

15 Manikandan.K

Sathish.M

Sundar.P

Balamurali.K

Implementation Of Dimmable Resonant Switched Capacitor Topology Led For Retrofit Lamp Application Power electronics Application S.Samaya Sanjeevi PO1,PO2

,PO8, PSO2

16 Daniel Adaikala Raj .L

Krishna Kumar  .B

Naveen.S

A Design Of A Single Switch DC / DC Converter For PV- Battery Powered Pump System With Pfm + Pwm Control Power electronics Application S.Rajasekar PO1,PO2

PO7,PO8, PSO2

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B.No

STUDENT NAME PROJECT TITLE AREA OF SPECIAL IZATION TYPE OF PROJECT SUPERVISOR NAME

MATCHING STATED WITH PO & PSO

1 Deeran. V

Mohamed Shabir. M

Serma Raja Sankar. A

Aatif Abdul Kani. S.R

Optimal Economic Dispatch Of Smart Micro Grid Including Distributed Generation Power system Research E.Muthukumaran PO1, PO2,PO4

PO7,PO9, PSO1

2 Abdul Hameed. P.M

Mohamed Asarudeen. M

Mohamed Fahad. P.M.N

Mohamed Muhsin. Y

21 Level Inverter Formed Bycascading Flying Capacitor And Floating Capacitor H – Bridges Power electronics Research S.Samaya Sanjeevi PO1,PO2, PO4

PO7,PO9, PSO1

3 Adaikala Samy. A

Dickson Fernandas. E

Sudhakar. P

Muthu Ganesan.R

Steady State Operation Of Full Bridgeinverter Cum Boost Converter With Dual Output For Induction  Heating. Power electronics Application J.Gopi PO1,PO2

PO7,PO8, PSO2

4 Ahamed Zaheer. Z

Arshath Ahmed. H

Kausar Raza. A

Muzamil Khan. J

Seven Level Anpc Converter In Capacitor Voltage Balancing Using Multipulse Pwm Power electronics product L.Jebaraj PO1,PO2, PO4

PO7,PO9, PSO1

5 Ajmal Khan. N

Bharanidharan. M

Shahul Hameed. A

Bipolar Dc Link Based On Sepic – Cuk Converter Combination Of Reneweable Energy Power electronics Research J.Gopi PO1,PO2, PO4

PO7,PO9, PSO1

6 Arun. A

Mahendran. G

Rushi Kesavan. M

LLC Resonant Dc – Dc Converter With Controlled Rectifier Concept For Wide Output Voltage Range Application Power electronics Application D.Tamilselvan PO1PO2,, PO4

PO7,PO9, PSO1

7 Balamurugan. S

Karthi. K

Murali Krishnan. K

Ravi Chandiran. S

Daily Load Curve Analysis In Distributed System Network Configuration Using Adaptive Algorithm. Power system Research K.Arunkumaran PO1, PO4

PO7,PO9, PSO1

8 Dhivya. V

Jeyalakshmi. V

Kavisurya.A

Shanmuga Priya.M

An Isolated Half Bridge Resonant DC/DC Converter. Power electronics Research B.Muthuselvi PO1, PO4

PO7,PO9, PSO1

9 Elakkiya. M

Jayasri. J

Pavithra. S

An Isolated Single Input Multiple Output DC-DC Converter. Power electronics Research K.Bharani PO1, PO4

PO7,PO9, PSO1

10 Manikandan. K

Vignesh. D

Kumaravel Raja.C

Remygious.I

An Efficient DC-DC Three Port Converter For Photovoltaic Applications Using Isolation Transformer Power electronics Application G.Gurumoorthy PO1, PO4

PO7,PO9, PSO1

11 Marxia. R.M

Meena. A

Ramya. G

Improved Effiency Of Domestic Induction Heating System Using Current Limit   Strategy Of Resonant Converter. Power electronics Application S.Pandiarajan PO1, PO4

PO7,PO9, PSO1

12 Mohamed Abudhahir. A Mohamed Azarudeen. J

Mohamed Riyas. A.J

Mohammed Abdullah. A

Magnetic Flux Pattern Wireless Power Transfer System Using Resonator. Power system Research S.Pandiarajan PO1,PO2, PO4

PO7,PO9, PSO1

13 Muthu Selvaganesh. M

Thirunavukkarasu. S

Vignesh. V

Thiyagu.R

Suppression Of Harmonics In PWM Converters Using Flying Capacitors. Power electronics Research K.Arunkumaran PO1,PO2 PO4

PO7,PO9, PSO1

14 Pothum Ponnu. V

Priyanka. B

Subika. S

Surya.T

A Low Power Buck Converter Using Coupled Inductor. Power electronics Research B.Muthuselvi PO1, PO2,PO4

PO7,PO9, PSO1

15 Azarudeen. S

Johnson. D

Venkadesan. R

Surendar.E

Renewable Multi Input Single Output H – Bridge Converter For Commercial  Applications.

 

Power electronics Application S.Samaya Sanjeevi PO1,  PO2, PO4

PO7,PO9, PSO1

16 Adhimoolam.V

Azarabali.K

Mohammed Belal.T

Mohammedu.N

Optimal Placement Of Protection Device In Distributed Generation Using Optimization Technique. Power system Research E.Muthukumaran PO1, PO2, PO4

PO7,PO9, PSO1

17 Prabhakaran. K

Dinesh Kumar.K

Krishnaraja.M

 Mohamed Harish Akram.T.M

Hybrid Modulation Of Dual Inverter For Pmsm Motor. Power electronics Application D.Tamilselvan PO1, PO2,PO4

PO7,PO9, PSO1

18 Amudhan. S

Arulmani.V

Karthikeyan. N

High Step-Up Converter With Mutliple Output For Solar Energy Conversion Power electronics Research K.Bharani PO1, PO2, PO4

PO7,PO9, PSO1

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Research & Development

Name of the additional facility

Details

Reason (s) for creating facility

Research and Development Lab Hybrid II, Homer, RET screen Expert, CAN-QUEST Energy Modeling, Enerpool3.0 Continuous learning for students and faculties to develop their research skills.

IETE STUDENT FORUM

IETE (The Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication ENGINEERS) is INDIA’s leading recognized professional society developed to the advancements of science and technology, electronics, telecommunication and information technology founded in 1953 which is serving more than 1,00,000 members through 61 centers and sub centers located in INDIA among which MEPCO SCHLENK Engineering Sivakasi,Tamil Nadu is the Local  Centre is one and for which New Delhi is the main Centre. The institution provides leadership in scientific and Technology areas of direct importance to the national development and economy associations of Indian Universities (AIU) has recognized as (AMIETE).

Government of India has recognized IETE as a science and industrial research organization (SIRO). The Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE) is India’s leading recognized professional society devoted to the advancement of Science and Technology in Electronics, Telecommunication, Computers& IT.

The objectives

IETE focuses on advancing electronics and electrical technology. It conducts and sponsors technical meeting, conferences , symposia and exhibition all over India which has been published in  many technical journals and provides education as well as carrier advancements opportunities to its members.

IETE today is one of the prominent technical education providers in India and is fast expanding its wings across the country through its 61 centers. Over the last 60 years [1953-2019] which has celebrated its Diamond jublee celebrations IETE has expanded its educational activities in the areas of electronics, telecommunication, and computer science and information technology.

Future plan

  • To make the student to attend internship program/Implant training in month of May
  • To conduct Product development Workshop in the month of July
  • To conduct Guest Lecture/Seminar in the month of August and  September

Outcomes

  • Opportunity for students to interact with Industry professionals and chalk out a career path.
  • Eligibility to publish articles in CSI Communications and journal for student members.
  • Eligibility to be nominated for the best Student paper in CSI communication.

Various Technical Events Organized:

  • Guest lectures
  • Seminars
  • Mini projects 
  • Technical Quiz
  • National Level
  • Technical Symposium

MOU Signed

Interaction of students with MOU signed Industries/R&D organizations occurs following modes.

  • Invited talks, where personnel from both the industry and the R&D organization are invited to deliver a lecture.
  • Workshops, conducted on campus by personnel from industry/R&D organizations, or in-plant visits.
  • Orbit Education private limited
  • Sigma PI Power sources limited
  • Sri Chellam Enterprises,
  • LIVEWIRE Training service centre
  • Omega industrial instruments
  • MK Tech
  • K.V.M Industries
  • Electro solar radiation

Activity & Events   

  • Placement assurance will be given with a minimum of 3 final year students for every year.
  • Supporting of faculty research project with technical aspects such as problem fixing and development
  • Internship Program will be conducted by the Company during semester vacation time.
  • Academic Project Guidance will be leverage to students by the company

In Plant Training

The Students of Electrical and Electronics Engineering visited industries to gain the knowledge about companies and interact with them to enhance Technical Skills.

The list of various companies Students visited are

  • Sigma PI Power sources limited
  • MK Tech
  • Omega industrial instruments
  • Orbit Education private limited
  • TANGEDCO
  • Valuthur Gas Turbine Power Station
  • Tuticorion Thermal Power Station

Industrial visit

The Students of Electrical and Electronics Engineering visited industries to gain the knowledge about companies and interact with them to enhance Technical Skills.

The list of various companies Students visited are

  • Pentagon Switchgear Private Limited, Coimbatore
  • L&T Switchgear Training Centre, Coonoor
  • Padmavahini Transformers  Private Limited, Coimbatore
  • TECH 7 Automation, Coimbatore
  • Narayana Energy Care,Kanyakumari.
  • Transformers and electrical Kerala limited,Kerala

News Letter

Department newsletter contains various departmental activities like professional activities carried out by the department association such as guest lectures, papers published by students, knowledge delivery forum in the department, research and development activities, awards and recognition received by the faculty members and students.

Magazine

The department magazine is released once in an academic year. It comprises department profile, department faculty details; technical and non technical papers published by the students and faculty members, department association activities and articles. 

Dr.U.SureshKumar
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