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Power Systems Engineering

Overview

About the Department

M.E in Power Systems Engineering is a full-time two year post-graduate program under Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering in Grace College of Engineering. The department admits about 24 students every year in the M.E. program. Students are given a deeper understanding of the critical aspects of power systems, given training in analyzing and computing the integrated system of power engineering. The program curriculum qualifies candidates through theory and lab practice along with entrusting projects which help them to gain practical knowledge of transmitting power engineering, power systems and maintaining power stability. The overall goal of the program is to adroit the students in understanding the skills of problem-solving, calculations which can draw them better scopes in the future career. This program helps in the designing and development of projects assisting in power sector. Power System Engineering have beneficial scope in sectors of Power Corporations, Electricity Boards, Hydro-Electricity Sectors to work as Lead System Designer, Engineering Executive, Senior Engineering Manager, Power System Engineering, Senior System Analyst, Engineering Officer and so on.

Vision

To impart quality education, to sculpt into innovators with ethical and creative talents of aspiring young professionals in Electrical and Electronics Engineering and thereby contributing value to society and industry with high human values.

Mission

  • Empower students with the impact of Electrical and Electronics Engineering in the global scenario and the challenges of Electrical based industries and organizations.
  • Build team ethics, leadership qualities and to cater the overall development of the students in professional and research-oriented fields.
  • Impart quality and value-based education which enables the students to meet the growing challenges in the industry.
  • Provide suitable forums to enhance the creative talents of students and faculty members.
  • Inculcate moral and ethical values among the faculty members and students.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES(PEOs)

  • 1. Graduates will be able to demonstrate the principles and practices of the electrical power industry regarding generation, transmission, distribution and electrical machines and their controls.

  • 2. Graduates will be able to apply their knowledge of electrical power principles, as well as mathematics and scientific principls, to new applications in electrical power.

  • 3. Graduates will be able to perform, analyze, and apply the results of experiments to electrical power application improvements.

  • 4. Graduates will be able to look at all options in design and development projects and creativity and choose the most appropriate option for the current project.

  • 5. Graduates will function effectively as a member of a project team.

  • 6. Graduates will be able to identify problems in electrical power systems, analyze the problems, and solve them using all of the required and available resources.

  • 7. Graduates will be able to effectively communicate technical project information in writing or in personal presentation and conversation.

  • 8. Graduates will be engaged in learning the new practices, principles, and techniques of the electrical power industry.

  • 9. Graduates will be able to work on application software packages of power system analysis and design.

  • 10. Graduates will develop indigenous software packages for power system planning and operational problems of utilities.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES POs

  • i. TO Promote their in the electrical power industry/research organization/teaching.

  • ii. To provide good foundation in mathematics and computational technology ,to analyze and solve problems encountered in electrical power industry.

  • iii. Pursue lifelong learning and continuous improvement of their knowledge in the electrical power industry.

  • iv. To understand the national and global issues related to the electrical power industry and to considerate the impact of these issues on the environment and within different cultures.

  • v. Apply the highest professional and ethical standards to their activities in the electrical power industry.

  • vi. To impart the students with knowledge in technical advancements and future developments in power generation, control and management as well as with alternate and new energy resources.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES (PSOs)

To analyze, design and develop computing solutions by applying foundational concepts of Applied Electronics. To apply software engineering principles and practices for developing quality software for scientific and business applications. To adapt to emerging Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to innovate ideas and solutions for existing/novel problems.

Laboratories

  • Power System Simulation Laboratory

    • Power System Simulation Laboratory has software packages like MATLAB and ETAP.
    • Power System Simulation Lab is fully equipped with computer systems and printers.
    • This Laboratory enables the students to acquire knowledge in Power flow analysis, Transient stability analysis, Contingency analysis, Economic dispatch, Unit commitment, State Estimation, Energisation of a long distributed- parameter line, Computation of transient recovery voltage, Implementation of Voltage Source Inverter and Co-ordination of over-current and distance relays for radial line protection.

Faculty

Mr. S. Mari Sargunam M.E.,

Assistant Professor

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