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R.M.K COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY


R.S.M NAGAR, PUDUVOYAL - 601 206.
Department of EEE
IA-1 Question Paper validation- Course Outcomes 2012-13
Year/ Semester

: III/VI

Max.Mark:25

Subject Code

:EE 2352

Date :

Subject Name

:SOLID STATE DRIVES

Time:100mts

Part A (2x10 = 20 Marks)


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Questions

CO301.1

CO301.2

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CO301.3

CO301.4

CO301.5

CO301.6

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EE6302 ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY


Course
Outcomes
C303.1
C303.2
C303.3
C303.4

Description
Apply the mathematical concepts related to electromagnetic vector fields for
practical applications
Can apply the knowledge on the concepts of electrostatics, electrical potential,
energy density and their applications.
Able to apply the knowledge on the concepts of magneto statics, magnetic flux
density, scalar and vector potential and its applications.
Will Attain the knowledge on the concepts of Faradays law, induced EMF and

C303.5
C303.6

Maxwells equations
Ability to apply the knowledge on the concepts of Concepts of electromagnetic
waves and Pointing vector
Acquire the basic mathematical concepts related to electromagnetic vector fields

EE6404 MEASUREMENTS AND INSTRUMENTATION


Course
Outcomes
C604.1
C604.2
C604.3
C604.4
C604.5
C604.6

Description
To understand the concept in designing and using of measurement system
To learn basic statistical methods and to aid data evaluation
Ability to design and construct various instrumentation and to learn how to use in
industrial applications
Acquire the knowledge to and working of different transducers
Expose the working of various AC and DC Bridges
Ability to model and analyze electrical apparatus and their application to power
system

EE6503 POWER ELECTRONICS


Course
Description
Outcomes
Ability to understand operation of different power semiconductor devices
C405.1
C405.2

To prepare the students to know the characteristics and switching behaviour of


different types of power electronic switches.

C405.3

Acquire knowledge to design and fabricate DC/AC Inverter.

C405.4

Ability to analyze and design of an AC/DC rectifier circuit and DC/DC converter
circuits.

C405.5
C405.6

Ability to understand the role of power electronics in the improvement of power


quality and the development of renewable energy technologies.
Develop and design a power electronic components for designing power system
components.

EE6601 SOLID STATE DRIVES


Course
Outcomes
C206.1
C206.2
C206.3
C206.4
C206.5
C206.6

Description
Ability to understand the stable steady-state operation and transient dynamics of a
motor-load system so as to adopt modern control techniques.
Ability to study and analyze the operation of the converter / chopper fed dc
drive and to solve simple problems.
Apply the hardware and communication tools for modern engineering application
of controllers for the drives for the benefit of society.
Ability to study and understand the operation of both classical and modern
induction motor drives and differentiate them in order to use the appropriate
technology considering the environmental impacts.
Ability to understand the differences between synchronous motor drive and
induction motor drive and to learn the basics of permanent magnet synchronous
motor drives.
Ability to analyze and design the current and speed controllers for a closed
loop solid-state DC motor drive and simulation using a software package

EI6704 BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION


Course
Outcomes

Description

C507.2

Able to understand the concepts of physiology and the electrical components of a


biomedical system.
Acquire the knowledge of medical Instrumentation.

C507.3

Familiar with the measurement of physiological parameters.

C507.1

C507.4
C507.5
C507.6

Able to analyze and evaluate the effect of different diagnostic and therapeutic
methods.
Understand the concepts of Imaging System and Telemetry and the various
Therapeutic Equipments used in Medicine
To understand the elements of risk for different instrumentation methods and basic
electrical safety.

GE6075 PROFESSIONALETHICS IN ENGINEERING

Course
Outcomes
C308.1

Description
Ethically, socially and environmentally aware and active in the society.

C308.2

Able to become skilled communicators.

C308.3

Autonomous and collaborative in the working environment.

C308.4

Flexible and have and the confidence to engage across differences.

C308.5

Inquiry-focused and knowledgeable on technical areas.

C308.6

Critically and relevantly literate person.


Year of Study 2013-2014

EE6302 ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY


Course
Outcomes
C303.1
C303.2
C303.3
C303.4
C303.5
C303.6

Description
Apply the mathematical concepts related to electromagnetic vector fields for
practical applications
Can apply the knowledge on the concepts of electrostatics, electrical potential,
energy density and their applications.
Able to apply the knowledge on the concepts of magneto statics, magnetic flux
density, scalar and vector potential and its applications.
Will Attain the knowledge on the concepts of Faradays law, induced EMF and
Maxwells equations
Ability to apply the knowledge on the concepts of Concepts of electromagnetic
waves and Pointing vector
Acquire the basic mathematical concepts related to electromagnetic vector fields

EE6401 ELECTRICAL MACHINES- I


Course
Outcomes
C204.1
C204.2

Description
Students will know the working principle, performance, control and applications
of Electrical Machines
An ability to design and conduct performance experiments, as well as to identify,

formulate and solve machine related problems.


C204.3

Ability to modeling and analyze the Transformers performance and know about its
application in industrial sectors.

C204.4

Ability to prepare professional quality graphical presentations using laboratory


data of electrical machinery (Transformers and DC Machines)

C204.5

C204.6

Ability to use modeling/simulation parameters with standard equivalent circuit


models to predict correctly the expected performance of various general-purpose
electrical machines and transformers.
Able to demonstrate and understanding the fundamental control practices
associated with DC machines (starting, reversing, braking, plugging, etc.) includes
both generator and motors

EE6503 POWER ELECTRONICS


Course
Outcomes
C405.1

Description
Ability to understand operation of different power semiconductor devices

C405.2

To prepare the students to know the characteristics and switching behaviour of


different types of power electronic switches.

C405.3

Acquire knowledge to design and fabricate DC/AC Inverter.

C405.4

Ability to analyze and design of an AC/DC rectifier circuit and DC/DC converter
circuits.

C405.5
C405.6

Ability to understand the role of power electronics in the improvement of power


quality and the development of renewable energy technologies.
Develop and design power electronic components for designing power system
components.

EE6601 SOLID STATE DRIVES


Course
Outcomes

Description

C206.1

Ability to understand the stable steady-state operation and transient dynamics of a


motor-load system so as to adopt modern control techniques.

C206.2
C206.3
C206.4
C206.5
C206.6

Ability to study and analyze the operation of the converter / chopper fed dc
drive and to solve simple problems.
Ability to employ necessary techniques, hardware and communication tools for
modern engineering application of controllers for the drives for the benefit of
society.
Ability to study and understand the operation of both classical and modern
induction motor drives and differentiate them in order to use the appropriate
technology considering the environmental impacts.
Ability to understand the differences between synchronous motor drive and
induction motor drive and to learn the basics of permanent magnet synchronous
motor drives.
Ability to analyze and design the current and speed controllers for a closed
loop solid-state DC motor drive and simulation using a software package

EI6704 BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION


Course
Outcomes

Description

C507.2

Able to understand the concepts of physiology and the electrical components of a


biomedical system.
Acquire the knowledge of medical Instrumentation.

C507.3

Familiar with the measurement of physiological parameters.

C507.1

C507.4
C507.5
C507.6

Able to analyze and evaluate the effect of different diagnostic and therapeutic
methods.
Understand the concepts of Imaging System and Telemetry and the various
Therapeutic Equipments used in Medicine
To understand the elements of risk for different instrumentation methods and basic
electrical safety.

EE6010 HIGH VOLTAGE DIRECT CURRENT TRANSMISSION


Course
Outcomes
C208.1

Description
Abilityto convert the concepts of planning and comparison of DC power

transmission with the AC power transmission.


C208.2
C208.3

Ability to analyze and illustrates the concepts of HVDC Converter for different
pulse converter and know how to build in industrial applications for various
control operations.
Acquire the knowledge to study the HVDC Control and to evaluate the engineering
problems and to learn how to overcome the societal problems.

C208.4

To understand the concepts of analyzing the harmonics and to design a filter and
able to implement it in industries for the benefit of society and also to adopt this
concept for further advancement technology.

C208.5

Ability to learn the modeling and analysis of HVDC system under state conditions
and to use modern tools for control techniques.

C208.6

Ability to understand and analyze power system operation, stability, control and
protection.

Year of Study 2012-2013


EE2202ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY
Course
Outcomes
C303.1
C303.2
C303.3
C303.4
C303.5
C303.6

Description
Apply the mathematical concepts related to electromagnetic vector fields for
practical applications
Can apply the knowledge on the concepts of electrostatics, electrical potential,
energy density and their applications.
Able to apply the knowledge on the concepts of magneto statics, magnetic flux
density, scalar and vector potential and its applications.
Will Attain the knowledge on the concepts of Faradays law, induced EMF and
Maxwells equations
Ability to apply the knowledge on the concepts of Concepts of electromagnetic
waves and Pointing vector
Acquire the basic mathematical concepts related to electromagnetic vector fields

EE2251 ELECTRICAL MACHINES- I


Course
Outcomes

Description

C204.3

Students will know the working principle, performance, control and applications
of Electrical Machines
An ability to design and conduct performance experiments, as well as to identify,
formulate and solve machine related problems.
Ability to modeling and analyze the Transformers performance and know about its
application in industrial sectors.

C204.4

Ability to prepare professional quality graphical presentations using laboratory


data of electrical machinery (Transformers and DC Machines)

C204.1
C204.2

C204.5

C204.6

Ability to use modeling/simulation parameters with standard equivalent circuit


models to predict correctly the expected performance of various general-purpose
electrical machines and transformers.
Able to demonstrate and understanding the fundamental control practices
associated with DC machines (starting, reversing, braking, plugging, etc.) includes
both generator and motors

EE6503 POWER ELECTRONICS


Course
Outcomes
C405.1

Description
Ability to understand operation of different power semiconductor devices

C405.2

To prepare the students to know the characteristics and switching behaviour of


different types of power electronic switches.

C405.3

Acquire knowledge to design and fabricate DC/AC Inverter.

C405.4
C405.5
C405.6

Ability to analyze and design of an AC/DC rectifier circuit and DC/DC converter
circuits.
Ability to understand the role of power electronics in the improvement of power
quality and the development of renewable energy technologies.
Develop and design a power electronic component for designing power system
components.

EE2352SOLID STATE DRIVES


Course
Outcomes
C206.1
C206.2
C206.3
C206.4
C206.5
C206.6

Description
Ability to understand the stable steady-state operation and transient dynamics of a
motor-load system so as to adopt modern control techniques.
Ability to study and analyze the operation of the converter / chopper fed dc
drive and to solve simple problems.
Ability to employ necessary techniques, hardware and communication tools for
modern engineering application of controllers for the drives for the benefit of
society.
Ability to study and understand the operation of both classical and modern
induction motor drives and differentiate them in order to use the appropriate
technology considering the environmental impacts.
Ability to understand the differences between synchronous motor drive and
induction motor drive and to learn the basics of permanent magnet synchronous
motor drives.
Ability to analyze and design the current and speed controllers for a closed
loop solid-state DC motor drive and simulation using a software package

EI6704 BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION


Course
Outcomes
C507.1
C507.2

Description
Able to understand the concepts of physiology and the electrical components of a
biomedical system.
Acquire the knowledge of medical Instrumentation.

C507.3
C507.4
C507.5
C507.6

Familiar with the measurement of physiological parameters.


Able to analyze and evaluate the effect of different diagnostic and therapeutic
methods.
Understand the concepts of Imaging System and Telemetry and the various
Therapeutic Equipments used in Medicine
To understand the elements of risk for different instrumentation methods and basic
electrical safety.

EE6010 HIGH VOLTAGE DIRECT CURRENT TRANSMISSION


Course
Outcomes

Description

C208.1

Ability to convert the concepts of planning and comparison of DC power


transmission with the AC power transmission.

C208.2
C208.3

Ability to analyze and illustrates the concepts of HVDC Converter for different
pulse converter and know how to build in industrial applications for various
control operations.
Acquire the knowledge to study the HVDC Control and to evaluate the engineering
problems and to learn how to overcome the societal problems.

C208.4

To understand the concepts of analyzing the harmonics and to design a filter and
able to implement it in industries for the benefit of society and also to adopt this
concept for further advancement technology.

C208.5

Ability to learn the modeling and analysis of HVDC system under state conditions
and to use modern tools for control techniques.

C208.6

Ability to understand and analyze power system operation, stability, control and
protection.