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Course Outcomes (CO)

Electrical & Electronics Engineering I & II Sem Course Outcomes for the Academic Year 2022-23

S.No

Year/ Sem

Course Name

Course Outcomes

1

II-I

ELECTRICAL CIRCUITANALYSIS

CO1: Apply network theorems for the analysis of electrical circuits

CO2: Obtain the transient and steady-state response of electrical circuits.

CO3: Analyze circuits in the sinusoidal steady-state (single-phase and three-phase).

CO4: Analyze steady-state responses and transient response of DC and AC circuits using classical and Laplace transform methods.

CO5: Analyze two port circuit behavior.

2

II-I

ELECTRICAL MACHINES - I

CO1: Identify different parts of a DC machine & understand its operation

CO2: ToCarry out different testing methods to predetermine the efficiency of DC
machines.

CO3: ToUnderstand different excitation and starting methods of DC machines.

CO4: Control the voltage and speed of a DC machines.

CO5: Analyze single phase and three phase transformers circuits.

3

II-I

ELECTROMAGNETICFIELDS

CO1:Understand the Basic laws of Electromagnetism.

CO2:Obtain the Electric and Magnetic fields for simple configurations

CO3: Analyze  theTime varying electric and magnetic fields.

CO4: Understand the Maxwell's Equations in Different Forms and Different media

CO5: Understand the Propagation of EM waves

4

II-I

ENGINEERING MECHANICS

CO1: Determine resultant of forces acting on a body and analyze equilibrium of a body subjected to a system of forces.

CO2: Solve problem of bodies subjected to friction

CO3: Find the location of centroid and calculate moment of inertia of a given section.

CO4: Understand the kinetics and kinematics of a body undergoing rectilinear, curvilinear, rotatory motion and rigid body motion

CO5: Solve problems using work energy equations for translation, fixed axis rotation and plane motion and solve problems of vibration

5

II-I

ANALOGELECTRONICS

CO1:Know the characteristics, utilization of various components. 

CO2:Understand the biasing techniques

CO3:Design and analyze various rectifiers, small signal amplifier circuits.

CO4:Design sinusoidal and non-sinusoidal oscillators.

CO5: A thorough understanding, functioning of OP-AMP, design OP-AMP based circuits

6

II-I

ELECTRICALMACHINES LAB - I

 CO1: Observe Start and control the Different DC Machines.

 CO2: Assess the performance of different machines using different testing methods.

 CO3: Identify different conditions required to be satisfied for self - excitation of
DC Generators..

 CO4: Separate iron losses of DC machines into different components.

 CO5: Calculating different parameters in Machines.

7

II-I

ANALOGELECTRONICS LAB

CO1: Analyze the diode and transistor characteristics.

CO2: Understand the principles of rectifier circuits using diodes and implement them usinghardware.

CO3: Design various amplifiers like CE, CC, common source FET amplifiers and implement them using hardware and also observe their frequency responses.

CO4: Understand the concepts of Oscillators and observe its frequency responses.

CO5:Understand the Inverting and non inverting amplifier and observe its characteristics.

8

II-I

ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS LAB

CO1: Analyze complex DC and AC linear circuits

CO2: Apply concepts of electrical circuits across engineering

CO3: Evaluate response in a given network by using theorems

CO4: Evaluation and analysis of two-port network parameters.

CO5: Evaluation of active and reactive powers

9

II-II

LAPLACETRANSFORMS,NUMERICALMETHODS &
COMPLEX VARIABLES

CO 1: Use the Laplace transforms techniques for solving ODE’s

CO 2: Find the root of a given equation

CO 3: Estimate the value for the given data using interpolation

CO4: Find the numerical solutions for a given ODE’s

CO 5: Analyze the complex function with reference to their analyticity, integration using Cauchy’s integral and residue theorems

CO 6: Taylor’s and Laurent’s series expansions of complex function

10

II-II

ELECTRICAL MACHINES ‚Äď II

CO 1: Understand the concepts of rotating magnetic fields.

CO 2: Understand the operation of ac machines

CO 3: Analyze performance characteristics of ac machine

CO 4: Understand the concept of parallel operation of alternator

CO 5: Understand the concept of regulation and its calculations

11

II-II

DIGITALELECTRONICS

CO1: Understand  working of logic families and logic gates.

CO2: Design and implement Combinational and Sequential logic circuits.

CO3: Design and implement Sequential logic circuits.

CO4: Understand the process of Analog to Digital conversion and Digital to Analog conversion.

CO5:Be able to use PLDs to implement the given logical problem

12

II-II

CONTROL SYSTEMS

CO1: Understand the modeling of linear-time-invariant systems using transfer function and states paceRepresentations.

CO2: Understand the concept of stability and its assessment for linear-time invariant systems

CO3: Design simple feedback controllers.

CO4: Identify Time Response of The Second order System

CO5: Understandthe Controllability and Observability

13

II-II

POWER SYSTEM - I

CO1: Understand the concepts of power systems.

CO2: Understand the operation of conventional generating stations and renewable sources of
electrical power.

CO3: Evaluate the power tariff methods.

CO4: Determine the electrical circuit parameters of transmission lines

CO5: Understand the layout of substation and underground cables and corona.

14

II-II

DIGITALELECTRONICS LAB

CO1: Learn the basics of gates.

CO2:Construct basic combinational circuits and verify their functionalities.

CO3:Apply the design procedures to design basic sequential circuits.

CO4:Learn about counters  and  Shift registers.

CO5: To understand the basic digital circuits and to verify their operation

15

II-II

ELECTRICAL MACHINES LAB - II

CO1:Analyze the  performance of different machines using different testing methods

CO2:Analyze the Phase from three phase to two phase and vice versa

CO3:Understand  the changes in terminal voltages of synchronous generator after estimating the change by different methods

CO4:Understand Control the active and reactive power flows in synchronous machines

CO5:Understand the Start different machines and control the speed and power factor

16

II-II

CONTROL SYSTEMS LAB

CO1: Learnto improve the system performance by selecting a suitable controller and/or acompensator for a specific application

CO2: Apply various time domain and frequency domain techniques to assess the systemperformance

CO3: Apply various control strategies to different applications (example: Power systems, electricaldrives etc.)

CO4: Test system controllability and observability using state space representation and applications of state space representation to various systems

CO5: Identify the transfer function and analyze the time response of DC  motor

17

III-I

POWERELECTRONICS

CO1: Understand the differences between signal level and power level devices 

CO2: Analyze controlled rectifier circuits.

CO3: Analyze the operation of DC-DC choppers.

CO4: Analyze the operation of voltage source inverters.

CO5: Analyze the operation of AC voltage controllers and Cycloconverters

18

III-I

POWER SYSTEM-II

CO1: Analyze transmission line performance.

CO2: Apply load compensation techniques to control reactive power

CO3: Understand the application of per unit quantities

CO4: Design over voltage protection and insulation coordination

CO5: Determine the fault currents for symmetrical and unbalanced faults

19

III-I

MEASUREMENTS AND INSTRUMENTATION

CO1:Understand  Different types of Measuring instruments, construction & Operation

CO2: Identify the Instruments suitable for Typical Measurements.

CO3:Analyze the knowledge about Transducers and instrument transformers to use them effectively

CO4:Apply the knowledge of smart and digital metering for industrial applications

CO5: Understand the construction, working principle and types of oscilloscopes.

20

III-I

HIGH VOLTAGE ENGINEERING (PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVE-I)

CO1:Understand the basic physics related to various breakdown processes in solid, liquid andgaseous insulating materials.

CO2: Knowledge of generation and measurement of D. C., A.C., & Impulse voltages.

CO3: Knowledge of tests on H. V. equipment and on insulating materials, as per the standards.

CO4: Knowledge of how over-voltages arise in a power system, and protection against these overvoltages.

CO5: Compute the breakdown strength of gas, liquids and solids insulation systems

 

21

III-I

BUSINESSECONOMICS ANDFINANCIALANALYSIS

CO1: Evaluate the production function and identifies the least cost combination to control the costs of production.

CO2: Understand the concepts of Business economics and their application in evaluating the demand

CO3: Analyzethe structures of various market types and theirpricing policies.

CO4: Understand the types of business forms and also be able to evaluate the investments using capital budgeting techniques.

CO5: Apply the basic concepts of ratio analysis

22

III-I

POWER SYSTEM SIMULATION LAB

CO1: Perform various transmission line calculations

CO2: Understand Different circuits time constants

CO3: Analyze the experimental data and draw the conclusions

CO4: Understand the high frequency transients

CO5: Perform Tariff Estimation

23

III-I

POWERELECTRONICS LAB

CO1: Understand the operating principles of various power electronic converters

CO2: Understand the use power electronic simulation packages & hardware to develop the power converters.

CO3: Analyze and choose the appropriate converters for various applications

CO4: Apply the concepts of power electronic converters for efficient conversion/control of power from source to load

CO5: Design the power converter with suitable switches meeting a specific load requirement.

24

III-I

MEASUREMENTS ANDINSTRUMENTATIONLAB

CO1:Understand to choose instruments

CO2:Analyze thetest any instrument

CO3:Perform the accuracy of any instrument by performing experiment

CO4:Calibrate PMMC instrument using D.C potentiometer

CO5: Understand the concept of measurement& error

25

III-I

ADVANCED COMMUNICATION SKILLS LAB

CO1: To enable the students to listen to English conversation thereby improving their fluency.

CO2: To make students acquire vocabulary and used it contextually.

CO3: To develop proficiency in academic reading and writing.

CO4: To increase possibilities of job prospects

CO5: To communicate confidently in formal and informal context.

26

III-II

DISASTERPREPAREDNESS &PLANNINGMANAGEMENT (OPENELECTIVE-I)

CO1:The application of disaster concepts to management.

CO2:Analyzing relationship between development and disasters

CO3: Ability to understandcategories of disasters.

CO4:Realization of the responsibilities to society

27

III-II

WIND AND SOLARENERGY SYSTEMS(PROFESSIONALELECTIVE-II)

CO1:Understand  the energy scenario and the consequent growths of the power generate Renewable energy sources

CO2:Understand the Basic Physics of wind and solar power generation

CO3:Understand  the power electronic interfaces for wind and solar generation

CO4:Understand  the issues Related to the Grid Integration of solar & wind energy system

CO5: Perform able to Understand  the solar energy operation & its characteristics.

28

III-II

SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS

CO1: Differentiate various signal functions..

CO2: Represent any arbitrary signal in time and frequency domain

CO3: Understand the characteristics of linear time invariant systems.

CO4: Analyze the signals with different transform technique

CO5: Analyze discrete time signals and systems by using appropriate mathematical tools

 

29

III-II

MICROPROCESSORS&MICROCONTROLLERS

CO1: Understands the internal architecture, organization and assembly language programming of 8086 processors.

CO2: Understands the internal architecture, organization and assembly language programming of 8051 microcontrollers

CO3: Understands the interfacing techniques to 8086 and 8051 based systems.

CO4: Understands the internal architecture of ARM processors and basic concepts of advanced ARM

CO5 :Design electrical circuitry to the Microprocessor I/O ports in order to

30

III-II

POWER SYSTEM PROTECTION

CO1:Compare and contrast electromagnetic, static and microprocessor-based relays

CO2:Apply technology to protect power system components.

CO3: Select relay settings of over current and distance relays.

CO4: Analyze quenching mechanisms used in air, oil and vacuum circuit breakers

CO5: Grasp the knowledge of different protection schemes of transformer, bus-bar, generators and motor

31

III-II

POWER SYSTEMOPERATION ANDCONTROL

CO1: Understand operation and control of power systems

CO2: Analyze various functions of Energy Management System (EMS) functions

CO3: Analyze whether the machine is in stable or unstable position

CO4: Understand power system deregulation and restructuring

CO5: Understand real time control of power systems

32

III-II

POWER SYSTEM LAB

CO1: Analyze sequence impedance of synchronous machine and transformers

CO2: Understand Different protection methods

CO3: Analyze the experimental data and draw the conclusions

CO4: Understand modeling of transmission line

CO5: Perform various load flow techniques

33

III-II

MICROPROCESSORS& MICROCONTROLLERSLAB

CO1: Set up programming strategies for Microprocessor, microcontrollers and select proper mnemonics and run their program on the training boards.

CO2: Practice different types of programming keeping in mind technical issues and evaluate possible causes of discrepancy in practical experimental observations in comparison

CO3: Develop testing and experimental procedures on Microprocessor analyze their operation under different

CO4: Prepare professional quality textual and computational results using assembly language programming

CO5: Develop testing and experimental procedures on Microcontroller analyze their operation under different cases.

34

III-II

SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS LAB

CO1 Understand the concepts of continuous time and discrete time systems.

CO2 Analyze systems in complex frequency domain.

CO3 Understand sampling theorem and its implications

CO4 Understand the concepts of continuous time and discrete time systems.

CO5 To analyze sampling principles and various transform techniques.

35

IV-I

PRINCIPLES OFENTREPRENEURSHIP(OPEN ELECTIVE-II)

CO1Understand the concept and mindset of the entrepreneurs

CO2Understand the entrepreneurs Personality, journey and Entrepreneurial competencies

CO3Knows techniques for generating ideas and Launching Entrepreneurial Ventures

CO4Learn Legal challenges of Entrepreneurship

CO5Evaluate Strategies for building entrepreneurship

36

IV-I

ELECTRICAL AND HYBRID VEHICLES (PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVE-III)

CO1Understand the fundamental concepts, principles, analysis and design of hybrid andelectricvehicles

CO2 Know the various aspects of hybrid and electric drive train such as theirconfiguration, typesof electric machines that can be used energy storage devices

CO3 Understand the models to describe hybrid vehicles and their performance

CO4 Understand the different possible ways of energy storage

CO5 Understand the different strategies related to energy storage systems

37

IV-I

HVDC TRANSMISSION(PROFESSIONALELECTIVE-IV)

CO1:Compare EHV AC and HVDC system and to describe various types of DC links

CO2:Analyze Graetz circuit for rectifier and inverter mode of operation

CO3:Describe various methods for the control of HVDC systems and to perform power flow analysisin AC/DC systems

CO4:Describe various protection methods for HVDC systems and classify Harmonics and designdifferent types of filters

CO5: Study and understand various components, faults and breaker operation in HVDC Systems

38

IV-I

FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGEMENT FOR ENGINEERS

CO1: Perform own leadership style

CO2: Understand HR fundamentals and how to implement them in the workplace

CO3: Analyze Effectively build relationships in the workplace

CO4: Understand and Recognize the key differences between management and individual contributor roles

CO5: Acquirestrategic practices for managing employees and their work

39

IV-I

ELECTRICAL &ELECTRONICS DESIGN LAB

CO1: Get practical knowledge related to electrical

CO2: Fabricate basic electrical circuit elements/networks

CO3: Get hardware skills such as soldering, winding etc

CO4: Get hardware skills such as soldering, winding etc

CO5: Design filter circuit for application

40

IV-I

INDUSTRIALORIENTED MINIPROJECT/ SUMMERINTERNSHIP

CO1: Acquire basic knowledge and practical knowledge to implement towards industries.

CO2: Design and testing of electrical components

CO3: Apply project management skills (scheduling work, procuring parts, and documenting expenditures and working within the confines of a deadline).

CO4: Develop and demonstrate troubleshooting ability in Electrical technology.

CO5: Communicate technical information by means of written and oral reports.

41

IV-I

SEMINAR

CO1: Spell for basic concepts of science and technology

CO2: Contrast the understanding perceptive of techniques applicable to their domain

CO3: Construct the solutions upon their own knowledge

CO4: Improve their Presentation and Communication skills

CO5: Make up them to pursue their placements and higher studies

42

IV-I

PROJECT STAGE ‚Äď I

CO1: Acquire basic knowledge and practical knowledge to implement towards industries.

CO2: Design and testing of electrical components

CO3: Apply project management skills (scheduling work, procuring parts, and documenting expenditures and working within the confines of a deadline).

CO4: Develop and demonstrate troubleshooting ability in Electrical technology.

CO5: Communicate technical information by means of written and oral reports.

43

IV-II

ENVIRONMENTALIMPACT ASSESSMENT(OPEN ELECTIVE-III)

CO1: Understanding of the historical evolution of EIA

CO2: Identify the environmental attributes to be considered for the EIA study

CO3: Formulate objectives of the EIA studies

CO4: Identify the methodology to prepare rapid EIA

CO5: Prepare EIA reports and environmental management plans

44

IV-II

POWER QUALITY &FACTS(PROFESSIONALELECTIVE-V)

CO1:Understand the severity of power quality problems in distribution system Concept of improving the power quality to sensitive load by various mitigating custom power devices

CO2:Understand the concept of voltage sag transformation from up-stream (higher voltages) to down-stream (lower voltage)

CO3:Understand various systems thoroughly and their requirements
and control circuits of Shunt Controllers SVC STATCOM for various functions viz.

CO4:Analyze the transient stability Enhancement, voltage instability prevention and power oscillation damping

CO5:Understand the Power and control circuits of Series Controllers GCSC, TSSC and TCSC

45

IV-II

ELECTRICALDISTRIBUTIONSYSTEMS(PROFESSIONALELECTIVE-VI)

CO1:Distinguish between transmission, and distribution line and design the feeders

CO2:Compute power loss and voltage drop of the feeders

CO3:Design protection of distribution systems

CO4: Understand the importance of voltage control and power factor improvement

CO5:Identify the best methods for pf improvement and voltage control

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IV-II

PROJECT STAGE ‚Äď II

CO1: Acquire basic knowledge and practical knowledge to implement towards industries.

CO2: Design and testing of electrical components

CO3: Apply project management skills (scheduling work, procuring parts, and documenting expenditures and working within the confines of a deadline).

CO4: Develop and demonstrate troubleshooting ability in Electrical technology.

CO5: Communicate technical information by means of written and oral reports.