About the Department

Electrical and Electronics Engineering is one of the core fields of Engineering and evergreen in terms of Scope and Job Prospects. The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) is one of the academic departments of Akshaya College of Engineering and Technology established in the year 2009. The main focus of the department is to impart an imperative understanding on Electrical Systems, Electronics, Control Systems, Signal Processing, VLSI Design and Embedded Systems, Design of Transmission Lines, Construction of Electronic Circuits, Study of Signals and specialize in the realization of VLSI circuits. The Department plays a crucial role in producing world class technocrats. The Department’s objective is to give our students not only the excellence in technological knowledge and applications, but a multidisciplinary Engineering background for their growth in career. The intake of the department is 30 students per year.

  • VISION

    To develop into a centre of learning in Electrical and Electronics Engineering by imparting quality and value based education among the students and mould them as professional engineers to meet the challenges in Industry and society.

  • MISSION

    DM 1: To educate the students in fundamental concepts of Electrical and Electronics Engineering by technology enabled learning.

    DM 2: To have collaboration with core electrical Industries and Universities to equip the students with knowledge and skill to cater to the industrial needs.

    DM 3: To impart human values and social responsibilities to the students, thereby making them responsible citizens.

    DM 4: To support entrepreneurial activities with a willingness to serve the society for Technology development in energy engineering.

    DM 5: To periodically update and upgrade the laboratory infrastructure and strive for establishing a centre of excellence in solar energy.

From The HOD’S Desk

Prof. D. Gunapriya Head of the Department

Welcome to the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department at ACET.

It gives me extreme delight to lead the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department. We offer B.E. programme in Electrical and Electronics Engineering with a motto to provide quality education. We take pride in our faculty, a team of highly capable and dedicated professionals, most of whom have academic and industrial experience with different specialization and degrees from leading Universities of India. We provide abundant opportunities to our faculty and students, through In-plant training, workshops and trainings outside the college campus for further growth and development in their areas of expertise.

The excellent framework coupled with dedicated staff and wonderful pupil, we have achieved excellence in all spheres. In addition to class room teaching, the students are guided and motivated to implement the basics learnt in the classrooms through experimentation in the laboratories and by visiting different industries and substations as the course progress, which help them to become skilled engineering professionals.

Program Outcomes (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 : Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.
Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
  • PSO 1: The students will be able to analyze, design and implement solutions to problems in electrical and electronics engineering with a specific focus on energy engineering and power electronics.
  • PSO 2: The students will be able to use relevant software, apply modern techniques and practice professional ethics for electrical engineering related activities, understanding the need for sustainable development.
  • PSO 3: The students will be able to develop leadership qualities, perform as a team member, possess entrepreneurship skills and follow ethical values so as to become a successful electrical engineering professional.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
  • PEO 1 : The graduates will be able to apply domain knowledge in electrical and electronics engineering for providing solutions to complex problems in power system, renewable energy systems, power electronics and drives.
  • PEO 2 : The graduates will be able to fulfill the role and responsibility of the professional electrical engineers in their chosen career with a mind to serve the industry and society.
  • PEO 3 : The graduates will be able to work as an electrical engineering professional or perform as a researcher pursuing higher education in reputed institutions, thereby encouraging life-long learning, keeping pace with technological developments in electrical engineering.
Course Outcomes (COs)

SEMESTER – III

MA8353-Transforms and Partial Differential Equations

  • CO1: Solve First, Second order homogeneous and non homogeneous partial differential equations.
  • CO2: Find the Fourier series of a given function satisfying Dirchlet’s condition.
  • CO3: Apply Fourier series to solve one dimensional wave, one and two dimensional heat equations.
  • CO4: Determine Fourier transform for a given function and use them to evaluate certain definite Integrals.
  • CO5: Determine z transforms of standard functions and use them to solve difference equations.

EE8351-Digital Logic Circuits

  • CO1: Analyze the various types of number system and compare the digital logic families.
  • CO2: Apply K –Map for simplification and implementation of combinational logic circuit.
  • CO3: Design the synchronous Sequential logic circuits, draw the block diagram of Shift Registers.
  • CO4: Design of asynchronous sequential circuits and describe the operation of Programmable Logic Devices.
  • CO5: Design the VHDL coding for combinational logic and Sequential circuits.

EE8391-Electromagnetic Theory

  • CO1: Apply the vector calculus to static electric-magnetic fields.
  • CO2: Apply the principles of electrostatics related to electric field and electric potential, boundary conditions, energy density and capacitance of different configurations.
  • CO3: Apply the principles of magnetostatics related to magnetic field and magnetic potential, boundary conditions, energy density and inductance of different configurations.
  • CO4: Apply Maxwell‘s equations in differential and integral forms.
  • CO5: Apply Maxwell‘s equations to solutions of problems relating to uniform plane wave propagation in different media and its interfaces.

EE8301-Electrical Machines – I

  • CO1: Apply KCL, KVL and Faradays law to magnetic circuits to calculate B, H, S, Self and mutually induced emf.
  • CO2: Analyze the electrical power transfer in transformer for different loading condition and formulate equivalent circuit of transformer.
  • CO3: Analyze field energy, co-energy, force and torque in single and multiple excited systems.
  • CO4: Analyze the DC shunt, series, compound generators’ terminal voltages for different load conditions and to analyze the emf equation and armature reaction.
  • CO5: Apply KCL, KVL and faradays law to calculate Back emf and Torque in D.C motor and analyze its speed-torque characters for different connections.

EC8353-Electron Devices and Circuits

  • CO1: Analyze how the AC supply is converted in to DC supply in the power supply circuit.
  • CO2: Analyze how an SCR can be triggered ON by a pulse applied to the gate terminal using UJT.
  • CO3: Analyze the small signal performances of single stage BJT and FET amplifier.
  • CO4: Analyze how the differential amplifier, single tuned amplifier and power amplifiers amplify the frequency signals and Select a suitable amplifier for the application of TV stations transmitter at a desired radio frequency.
  • CO5: Design RC, LC and Crystal oscillator using BJT and Generate a radio frequency signal between 1MHz and 500MHz using BJT.

ME8792-Power Plant Engineering

  • CO1: Identify the various components of modern coal power plant and analyse the safety measures of environmental factors in thermal power plant.
  • CO2: Apply the knowledge of various gas power cycles to analyse the construction and working of various liquid and gas Power Plants.
  • CO3: Review the layout and working of the components of nuclear power plants and analyze the safety measures of the environment for the healthy society.
  • CO4: Identify the various renewable energy resources of power generation and gain the knowledge for sustainable development.
  • CO5: Formulate the cost of electrical energy based on Power tariff, analyse the Economics and discuss the safety aspects of power plant operation.

SEMESTER – IV

MA8491-Numerical Methods

  • CO1: Determine the solution of algebraic and transcendental system of linear equations.
  • CO2: To interpolate the values of unknown functions using Newton’s Formula.
  • CO3: Estimate the numerical values of the derivatives and integrals of unknown function..
  • CO4: Solve first and second order initial value problem.
  • CO5: Solve Numerically boundary value problem.

EE8401-Electrical Machines-II

  • CO1: Apply the Knowledge of Engineering fundamentals to the solutions of induced emf, voltage regulation, performance characteristics and analyzing the operation of synchronous generator.
  • CO2: Apply the Knowledge of Engineering fundamentals to the solutions of induced emf, torque developed, performance characteristics and analyzing the operation of synchronous motor.
  • CO3: Apply the Knowledge of Engineering fundamentals to the solutions of torque developed, performance characteristics and analyzing the operation of three phase induction motor.
  • CO4: Analyze the operations of starter used for AC motor, speed control of three phase induction motor.
  • CO5: Apply the Knowledge of Engineering fundamentals to the solutions of torque developed, performance characteristics and analyzing the operation of single phase induction motor and Special Electrical Machines.

EE8402-Transmission and Distribution

  • CO1: Explain the structure of Electrical power system and to analyze Transmission Line Parameters.
  • CO2: Analyze the equivalent circuits for the transmission lines based on distance and to analyze voltage regulation and efficiency.
  • CO3: Analyze the mechanical design of transmission lines and the voltage distribution in insulator strings to improve the efficiency.
  • CO4: Analyze the types and construction of cables and to review the methods of grading of cables for the calculation of cable parameters.
  • CO5: Review about distribution systems, types of substations, methods of grounding, EHVAC, HVDC and FACTS.

EE8403- Measurements and Instrumentation

  • CO1: Analyze the basic functional block elements in Different measuring Instruments and the errors in the measurement system.
  • CO2: Analyze construction and working of electrical and electronics instruments.
  • CO3: Design AC and DC bridge circuits to determine the values of resister, inductor and capacitors.
  • CO4: Review the knowledge on various types of storage and display devices.
  • CO5: Analyze the concepts of various transducers and data acquisition systems.

EE8451-Linear Integrated Circuits and Applications

  • CO1: Analyze the basic planar processes to fabricate the monolithic IC and Summarize the fabrication of active and passive components of ICs.
  • CO2: Design the basic applications of op-amp and also analyze the characteristics of op-amp.
  • CO3: Design the signal analysis using op-amp based circuits like filters, comparators, multivibrators,waveform generators, converters and instrumentation amplifier.
  • CO4: Analyze the functional blocks and applications of special IC’s like 555 Timer, 565-PLL, IC 566- VCO and AD633-Analog multiplier ICs.
  • CO5: Analyze the functional blocks and applications of AD623, LM78XX, LM79XX, LM317, 723, SMPS and ICL8038.

IC8451-Control Systems

  • CO1: Develop mathematical models for physical system and simplify it using reduction techniques.
  • CO2: Determine the time domain responses of first and second-order systems to test inputs.
  • CO3: Analyze system’s stability using different frequency domain methods.
  • CO4: Design compensators and their selection to meet desired response.
  • CO5: Develop and analyze state space models.

SEMESTER – V

EE8501-Power System Analysis

  • CO1: Apply engineering knowledge to evaluate the per unit values and to formulate bus impedance, admittance matrices for the given power system network.
  • CO2: Analyze load flow techniques using Newton – Raphson and Gauss Seidel methods for the power system networks and interpret the results.
  • CO3: Analyze the power system network under symmetrical fault condition using Thevenin’s theorem and bus impedance matrix.
  • CO4: Analyze the power system network under unsymmetrical fault condition using symmetrical components.
  • CO5: Analyze the transient stability of power system using equal area criterion and to apply Runge Kutta and Euler’s methods to solve the swing equation.

EE8551-Microprocessors and Microcontrollers

  • CO1: Analyze the functional building blocks of 8085 microprocessor.
  • CO2: Identify the instructions with the help of addressing modes of 8085 microprocessor and develop the assembly language program on addition.
  • CO3: Analyze the functional building blocks of 8051 microcontroller.
  • CO4: Analyze the architecture and functional modes of 8255.
  • CO5: Apply the instructions of 8051 microcontroller to develop the program for Closed loop control of servo motor.

EE8552-Power Electronics

  • CO1: Apply the knowledge on Different types of power semiconductor devices and their switching characteristics.
  • CO2: Analyze and compare the Operation, characteristics and performance parameters of various types controlled rectifiers and to design controlled rectifiers and interpret with their applications.
  • CO3: Analyze the Operation, switching techniques and basics topologies of different types DC-DC switching Regulators and design regulators that meet the appropriate applications.
  • CO4: Apply the modulation techniques for pulse width modulated inverters and analyze harmonic reduction methods. Infer the applications of inverter.
  • CO5: Apply the Operation of AC voltage controller and various configurations to design for their applications.

EE8591-Digital Signal Processing

  • CO1: Apply the Mathematical knowledge to evaluate the different types of signals and systems and analyze the sampling process of continuous time signal.
  • CO2: Analyze the discrete time systems using z-transform and inverse Z transform.
  • CO3: Apply the Radix-2 Decimation in Time (DIT) and Decimation in Frequency (DIF) FFT
    Algorithm to Compute the Discrete Fourier Transform.
  • CO4: Design of different types of Infinite Impulse Response (IIR) filters and Finite Impulse Response (FIR) filters.
  • CO5: Analyze the various architectures of Digital Signal Processors and addressing formats.

CS8392-Object Oriented Programming

  • CO1: Outline OOP principles such as objects, classes, encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism and associate those principles in java language.
  • CO2: Design algorithms and develop programs using the concept of Inheritance and Interfaces.
  • CO3: Examine the exception handling concepts and develop I/O streams for reading and writing files.
  • CO4: Develop programs that run in the same instant using multithreading and multitasking concepts and utilize the power of generic programming in java for robust programming.
  • CO5: Design and develop applications in java using forms, AWT, and swing.

OCE551-Air Pollution and Control Engineering

  • CO1: An understanding of the nature and characteristics of air pollutants, noise pollution and basic concepts of air quality management.
  • CO2: Ability to identify, formulate and solve air and noise pollution problems.
  • CO3: Ability to design stacks and particulate air pollution control devices to meet applicable standards.
  • CO4: Ability to select control equipment.
  • CO5: Ability to ensure quality, control and preventive measures.

SEMESTER – VI

EE8601-Solid State Drives

  • CO1: Analyze the Classification of the various types of drives and load torque characteristics and Apply the multi quadrant dynamics in hoist load system.
  • CO2: Analyze the operation of steady state analysis of single phase and three phase fully controlled converter and Chopper fed separately excited dc motor drives and discuss the various control strategies of converter.
  • CO3: Analyze the operation and characteristics of various methods of solid state speed control of induction motor.
  • CO4: Analyze the operation of various modes of V/f control of synchronous motor drives and different types of permanent magnet synchronous motor drives.
  • CO5: Analyze and design a current and speed controller and develop the transfer function for DC motor, load and converter, closed loop control with current and speed feedback.

EE8602-Protection and Switchgear

  • CO1: Identify the causes and effects of faults and ungrounded system.
  • CO2: Analyze the characteristics and functions of Electromagnetic type protective relays.
  • CO3: Analyze the various abnormal conditions in power system apparatus and to select a suitable protection scheme.
  • CO4: Synthesize the static relays using comparators and numerical relays.
  • CO5: Analyze arc interruption and to select a suitable circuit breaker.

EE8691-Embedded Systems

  • CO1: Analyze the basic build process of embedded systems, structural units in embedded processor and selection of processor and memory devices depending upon the applications.
  • CO2: Analyze the different types of I/O device ports, buses and different interfaces for data transfer in embedded networking.
  • CO3: Apply the different techniques like state machine model, sequential program model and concurrent model in Embedded Product Development Life Cycle (EDLC).
  • CO4: Analyze the basic concept of Real Time Operating Systems and scheduling of different task and compare the features of different types of Real Time Operating Systems.
  • CO5: Apply the knowledge of programming concepts of Embedded Systems for various applications like Washing Machine automotive and Smart Card System applications.

EE8004-Modern Power Converters

  • CO1: Ability to understand the Switched mode power supplies
  • CO2: Ability to understand the AC to DC Converter
  • CO3: Ability to understand the DC to AC Converter
  • CO4: Ability to understand the Matrix Converter
  • CO5: Ability to suggest converters for AC-DC conversion and SMPS

EC8395-Communication Engineering

  • CO1: Ability to comprehend and appreciate the significance and role of this course in the present contemporary world.
  • CO2: Apply analog and digital communication techniques.
  • CO3: Use data and pulse communication techniques.
  • CO4: Analyze Source and Error control coding.

SEMESTER – VII

EE6701-High Voltage Engineering

  • CO1: Investigate the source, effects and protection methods of over voltages in power system.
  • CO2: Explore the breakdown mechanism in different dielectrics.
  • CO3: Explain the different methods of overvoltage generation.
  • CO4: Explore the various overvoltage measurement methods.
  • CO5: Apply the concepts of high voltage power apparatus testing procedures.

EE6702-Protection and Switchgear

  • CO1: Acquire knowledge on different protective schemes in power system.
  • CO2: Explain various electromagnetic relays and its application.
  • CO3: Choose the protection scheme for various faults in motor, generator, transformer, bus bar, transmission line.
  • CO4: Examine various static relays and numerical relays and its application.
  • CO5: Acquire concepts and principle of various circuit breakers.

EE6703-Special Electrical Machines

  • CO1: To explain the Construction, principle of operation and performance of synchronous reluctance motors.
  • CO2: To apply the knowledge on Construction of stepper motors, working principle and its performance.
  • CO3: To illustrate the Construction, principle of operation, control and performance of switched reluctance motors.
  • CO4: To use the knowledge of permanent magnet materials for Brushless D.C motors.
  • CO5: To express the construction, working and performance of permanent magnet synchronous motors for various applications.

MG6851-Principles of Management

  • CO1: Explain the evolution of management and the functions and roles of managers.
  • CO2: Exercise the different types of planning process and tools used for planning.
  • CO3: Acquire knowledge about different organisation structures and the functions of human resource manager.
  • CO4: Classify the different theories of motivation and leadership.
  • CO5: Illustrate the fundamental elements of controlling.

EE6005-Power Quality

  • CO1: Illustrate the power quality problems.
  • CO2: Explore the sources for sags in power system.
  • CO3: Classify the power quality problem due to over voltages.
  • CO4: Explore the various sources for harmonics and harmonics reduction methods.
  • CO5: Apply the expert system for power quality monitoring

EE6008-Microcontroller Based System Design

  • CO1: Explain the functions of the blocks in PIC microcontroller.
  • CO2: Apply the different Interrupts and Timers in PIC microcontroller.
  • CO3: Describe the concepts of Peripheral interfacing with PIC microcontroller.
  • CO4: Explain the programmer’s model of ARM processor.
  • CO5: Analyze the applications of ARM processor.

SEMESTER – VIII

EE6801-Electric Energy Generation, Utilization and Conservation

  • CO1: Illustrate the various concepts of electric drives and the mechanism of train movement in electric traction system.
  • CO2: Apply the energy efficient concept in illumination and lighting schemes.
  • CO3: Describe the concepts of electric heating and electric welding.
  • CO4: Explain the principle of solar radiation and solar energy collectors.
  • CO5: Analyze the principles and utilization of wind energy.

EE6009-Power Electronics for Renewable Energy Systems

  • CO1: To explore the environmental aspects of electrical energy generation and utilization.
  • CO2: To classify the various electrical machines for renewable energy applications.
  • CO3: To explain the different power converters namely DC to AC, AC to DC, DC to DC and AC to AC converters for renewable energy sources.
  • CO4: To compare and analyze the various operating modes of wind electrical generators and solar energy systems.
  • CO5: To analyze the different type of Hybrid renewable energy system.

GE6075-Professional Ethics in Engineering

  • CO1: Apply ethics in society.
  • CO2: Explain the ethical issues related to engineering.
  • CO3: Understand the responsibilities of engineers as experience.
  • CO4: Recognize the safety, risks risk benefit analysis and rights of an engineer.
  • CO5: Acquire knowledge about various roles of engineers in variety of global issues.