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Diploma Electrical 5th Sem Subject
|Sr. No.||Book list 2022|
|1||INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT|
|2||SWITCHGEAR AND PROTECTION|
|3||PLC, MICRO CONTROLLER & SCADA|
|4||ELECTRICAL MACHINES – II|
|5.1||RENEWABLE SOURCES OF ENERGY|
Polytechnic Electrical 5th Sem Syllabus
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT
SECTION – A
1. Introduction (04 Periods)
- 1.1 Concept /Meaning and its need
- 1.2 Qualities and functions of entrepreneur and barriers in entrepreneurship
- 1.3 Sole proprietorship and partnership forms and other forms of business organisations
- 1.4 Schemes of assistance by entrepreneurial support agencies at National, State, District –level, organisation: NSIC, NRDC, DC, MSME, SIDBI, NABARD, NIESBUD, HARDICON Ltd., Commercial Banks, SFC’s TCO, KVIB, DIC,Technology Business Incubators (TBI) and Science and Technology Entrepreneur Parks
2. Market Survey and Opportunity Identification/Ideation (04 Periods)
- 2.1 Scanning of the business environment
- 2.2 Salient features of National and Haryana State industrial policies and resultant business opportunities
- 2.3 Types and conduct of market survey
- 2.4 Assessment of demand and supply in potential areas of growth
- 2.5 Identifying business opportunity
- 2.6 Considerations in product selection
- 2.7 Converting an idea into a business opportunity
3. Project report Preparation (06 Periods)
- 3.1 Preliminary project report
- 3.2 Detailed project report including technical, economic and market feasibility
- 3.3 Common errors in project report preparations
- 3.4 Exercises on preparation of project report
- 3.5 Sample project report
4. Introduction to Management (06 Periods)
- 4.1 Definitions and importance of management
- 4.2 Functions of management: Importance and process of planning, organising,
- staffing, directing and controlling
- 4.3 Principles of management (Henri Fayol, F.W. Taylor)
- 4.4 Concept and structure of an organisation
- 4.5 Types of industrial organisations and their advantages
- 4.6 Line organisation, staff organisation
- 4.7 Line and staff organisation
- 4.8 Functional Organisation
5. Leadership and Motivation (08 Periods)
- 5.1 Leadership: Definition and Need, Qualities and functions of a leader, Manager Vs
- leader, Types of leadership, Case studies of great leaders
- 5.2 Motivation: Definition and characteristics, Importance of self motivation, Factors
- affecting motivation, Theories of motivation (Maslow, Herzberg, Douglas, McGregor)
6. Management Scope in Different Areas (14 Periods)
- 6.1 Human Resource Management: Introduction and objective, Introduction to Man power planning, recruitment and selection, Introduction to performance appraisal methods
- 6.2 Material and Store Management: Introduction functions, and objectives, ABC Analysis and EOQ
- 6.3 Marketing and sales: Introduction, importance, and its functions, Physical distribution, Introduction to promotion mix, Sales promotion
- 6.4 Financial Management: Introductions, importance and its functions, knowledge of income tax, sales tax, excise duty, custom duty, VAT, GST
7. Work Culture (08 Periods)
- 7.1 Introduction and importance of Healthy Work Culture in organization
- 7.2 Components of Culture
- 7.3 Importance of attitude, values and behavior
- 7.4 Behavioural Science – Individual and group behavior.
- 7.5 Professional ethics – Concept and need of Professional Ethics and human values.
8. Basic of Accounting and Finance (10 Periods)
- 8.1 Basic of Accounting: Meaning and definition of accounting, Double entry system of book keeping,
- Trading account, PLA account and balance sheet of a company
- 8.2 Objectives of Financial Management: Profit Maximization v/s Wealth Maximization
9. Miscellaneous Topics (10 Periods)
- 9.1 Total Quality Management (TQM): Statistical process control, Total employees
- Involvement, Just in time (JIT)
- 9.2 Intellectual Property Right (IPR) : Introduction, definition and its importance,
- Infringement related to patents, copy right, trade mark
SWITCHGEAR AND PROTECTION
1. Faults (15 Periods)
Types of faults, three phase symeterical faults, effects of faults on system reliability and stability, abnormalities, short circuits and their effects, representation of fault conditions through single line diagrams
2. Switchgear (24 Periods)
- 2.1 Purpose of protective gear, characteristics of a protection system.
- 2.2 Classification of fuses H.V. Fuses, application and working, grading and co-ordination L.V. fuses, selection of fuses, characteristics
- 2.3 Isolators and switches, outdoor isolators, functions, air break switches, braking capacity of switches.
- 2.4 Circuit breakers :- requirements of circuit breakers, definition of terms
- associated with circuit-breakers, reasons for arc formation, principles of arcextinction, types of circuit-breakers, comparison with oil circuit breaker, classification, rating of circuit breakers, working of different types of air and
- oil circuit breakers, specification of circuit breakers, maintenance schedule, SF-6 and Vacuum circuit breakers.
- 2.5 Relays:Requirement of relays, operation principles, induction type over current,directional over current, differential, percentage differential relays working,applications and characteristics, basic principles of static relays. Introduction too distance relay.
3. Protective Schemes (15 Periods)
- 3.1 Protection of alternators, stator faults, rotor faults, mechanical conditions, external faults – their reasons, effect and protections used.
- 3.2 Protection of power transformer: types of faults, its effects, types of proective schemes over current, earth fault, differential protection, Buckholtz devices, winding temp. protection.
- 3.3 Motor protection: types of faults and protection in motors, thermal relays, protection of small motors, under voltage protection.
- 3.4 Protection of feeders: radial, parallel and ring feeders protection, directional time and current graded schemes, differential protection.
4. Protection Against Over Voltages (15 Periods)
Causes of over voltages, travelling waves earth wire, protective zone, lightening arrestors, space-gap and electrolytic arrestors, surge absorber, location and rating oflighening arrestors. Thyrite lightening arrestor.
5. Different Type of Sub-stations (15 Periods)
- 5.1 Layout, single line diagram, busbar arrangement, equipment, their fuctions, accessories, study of protective schemes, batteries and their maintenance, operation of small sub-stations.
- 5.2 Reactors: types of reactors, busbar reactor, tuning reactor, arc-supression reactor, connection of reactors in power stations, uses of reactors.
- 5.3 Neutralgrounding:- types of grounding solid grounding, reactance grounding,arc suppression, coil grounding, choice of method of neutral earthing, grounding of sub-stations, grounding of line structure and substation equipment.
- 5.4 Concept of G.I.S. (Gas Insulated Substation)
PLC, MICRO CONTROLLER & SCADA
1. Introduction (24 Periods)
Concept of PLC, building block of PLC, function of various blocks, limitation of relays, advantage of PLC over electromagnetic relays, different programming languages, PLC manufacturer, working of PLC, basic operation and principles of PLC,architectural details.
2. Instruction Set (20 Periods)
- 2.1 Basic instructions like latch, master control self holding relays, timer instruction like retentive timers, resetting of timers, counter instructions like up counter, resetting of counters.
- 2.2 LadderDiagram Programming : programming based on basic instructions, timer, counter, sequencer, and comparison instructions using ladder program.
3. Microcontroller series (MCS)-51 over view (20 Periods)
Pin details, I/O ports structure, memory organisation, special function registers instruction set, addressing modes, timers operation, serial port operation, interrupts.
4. Assembly language programming (10Periods)
Assemblers and Compilers, assembler directives, design and interface. Examples like: keypad interface, 7- segment interface, LCD, Stepper motor , A/D, D/A , RTC interface, introduction of PIC microcontrollers.
5. SCADA (10 Periods)
Introduction, role of SCADA in dispatch centre, operator console, VDUs, types of communication channels in SCADA systems, RTUs, MTUs, data loggers, report generation, report analysis and actions.
ELECTRICAL MACHINES – II
1. 3 Phase Induction Motors (25 Periods)
- 1.1 Production of rotating magnetic field in 3 phase winding.
- 1.2 Salient constructional features of squirrel cage and slip ring 3-phase induction motors
- 1.3 Principle of operation, slip and its significance
- 1.4 Locking of rotor and stator fields
- 1.5 Rotor resistance, inductance, emf and current
- 1.6 Relationship between rotor copper losses, slip and rotor input power.
- 1.7 Power flow diagram of an induction motor
- 1.8 Factors determining the torque
- 1.9 Torque-slip curve, stable and unstable zones
- 1.10 Effect of rotor resistance upon the torque slip curve
- 1.11 Double cage rotor motor and its applications
- 1.12 Starting of 3-phase induction motors, DOL, star-delta, auto transformer starter.
- 1.13 Causes of low power factor of induction motors
- 1.14 Testing of 3-phase motor on no load and blocked rotor test and to find efficiency
- 1.15 Method of Speed control of induction motor
- 1.16 Harmonics and its effects, cogging and crawling in Induction Motors.
- 1.17 Specifications and ratings of induction motors.
2. Single Phase Motors (18 Periods)
- 2.1 Single phase induction motors; Construction characteristics, specifications and applications.
- 2.2 Nature of field produced in single phase induction motor-double revolving field theory.
- 2.3 Split phase induction motor
- 2.3.1 Capacitor start, capacitor run, capacitor start and run motor
- 2.3.2 Shaded pole motor
- 2.4 Alternating current series motor and universal motors, construction,working principle and operation, application.
- 2.5 Single phase synchronous motor
- 2.5.1 Reluctance motor
- 2.5.2 Hysteresis motor
3 Synchronous Machines (25periods)
- 3.1 Main constructional features of synchronous machine including commutator and brushless excitation system
- 3.2 Generation of three phase emf
- 3.3 Concept of distribution factor and coil span factor and emf equationArmature reaction at unity, lag and lead power factor
- 3.4 Equivalent circuit diagram of synchronous machine
- 3.5 Concept of voltage regulation. Determination of voltage regulation by synchronous impedance method.
- 3.6 Operation of single synchronous machine independently supplying a load.
- 3.7 Concept of infinite bus bar. Need and necessary conditions of parallel operation of alternators, synchronizing an alternator (Synchroscope method) with the bus bars
- 3.8 Operation of synchronous machine as a motor –its starting methods
- 3.9 Effect of change in excitation of a synchronous motor, V curve, Concept of synchronous condenser.
- 3.10 Concept and cause of hunting and its prevention
- 3.11 Specification, rating and cooling of synchronous machines
- 3.12 Applications of synchronous machines
4. Special Purpose Machines (16 periods )
Construction, working principle and application of linear induction motor, stepper motor, AC Servomotor, Submersible Motor,
RENEWABLE SOURCES OF ENERGY
1. Basic of Energy (06 periods)
Classification of Energy-primary and secondary energy, commercial and non-commercial energy, importance of non conventional energy sources, present scenario,future prospectus, energy scenario in India,sector-wise energy consumption(domestic, industrial, agriculture etc.), comparison between renewable andnon renewable energy resources
2. Solar Energy (20 periods)
Principle of conversion of solar radiation into heat, using different types of solar collectors, photo-voltaic cell, electricity generation, application of solar energy like solar water heaters, solar furnaces, solar cookers, solar lighting, solar pumping, installation & maintenance of solar power plant
3. Bio-energy (14 periods)
Bio-mass conversion technologies& their types- wet and dry processes. Methods for obtaining energy from biomass. Power generation by using gasifiers
4. Wind Energy (12 periods)
Wind energy conversion, windmills, electricity generation from wind- types of wind mills, local control, energy storage
5. Geo-thermal and Tidal Energy (16 periods)
Geo-thermal sources, Ocean thermal electric conversion, open and closed cycles, hybrid cycles. Prime movers for geo-thermal energy conversion. Steam Generation and electricity generation. Different types of tidal energy systems
6. Magneto Hydro Dynamic (MHD) Power Generation (04 periods)
7. Fuel Cell (10 periods)
Concept, types of fuel cells, operating principles of a fuel cell, conversion efficiency, work output and e.m.f of fuel cells, applications.
8. Hydro Energy (06 periods)
Mini & Micro hydro plants
1. Introduction (05 periods)
Electric traction system and its advantages over other systems, types of electric traction systems. Traction systems for India.
2. Electric Traction drives (9 periods)
Suitability of electric traction drives- D.C. series motor, A.C. series motor, 3 phase induction motor, characteristics of electric traction drives, special design requirements, methods of starting and speed control, different methods of braking, plugging, rheostatic, regenerative.
3. Power Supply of Electric Traction (10periods)
Different systems of power supplies, their chronological evaluation, power supply arrangement i.e. traction substation major equipment, transformer, circuit breaker, interuptor, protection system, remote control system.Design consideration.
4. Mechanics of traction: (10 periods)
System of units, speed time curves, their construction, simplification and interpretation for main line, suburban routes, tractive effort, specific energy consumption and factors effecting it. Weight transfer due to torque coefficient of adhesion.
5. Rectification equipment: (7periods)
Equipments required for rectification, their brief theory and working.
6. Overhead equipment (7 periods)
Design aspects of overhead equipments catenary and its types, practical aspects of working, maintenance of overhead equipments, current collection system, their requirements.
7. Track Circuits (12 periods)
D.C. and A.C. track circuits, signals for traffic control.
8. Supervisory Remote Control (12 periods)
System of remote control, its advantages, mimic diagram, remote control system and network remote control centre (R.C.C.)
9. Rail and Return Path (12 periods)
Earth return protection of underground equipment, Negative booster, voltage distribution on rails.
CONTROL OF ELECTRICAL MACHINES
1. Control Components (12 Periods)
- 1.1. Fuses and combination fuse switch units
- 1.2 Miniature circuit breaker
- 1.3 Contactors-Solenoid type, Clapper type
- 1.4 Over-load relays-Thermal over-load relay, Ratchet type over load relay, Magnetic over load relay, Dash pot type oil filled relay
- 1.5 Timing relays
- 1.5.1 Thermal time delay relay
- 1.5.2 Pneumatic time delay relay
- 1.5.3 Synchronous motor-driven timer
- 1.5.4 Solid state timer
- 1.6 Phase failure relay
- 1.7 Push buttons
- 1.8 Selector switches- Two position, Three position
- 1.9 Limit switches- Single side actuation type, Double side actuation type, Rotary cam type, Heavy duty limit switch
- 1.10 Proximity switches
- 1.11 Solenoid valves
- 1.12 Master controllers & drum switches
- 1.13 Pressure switches
- 1.14 Temperature controller (Thermostat)
- 1.15 Float switches
- 1.16 Mechanical brakes for motors
- 1.17 Control transformer
- 1.18 Rectifiers
- 1.19 Reactors
- 1.20 Capacitors
- 1.21 Symbols for various components
- 1.22 Control diagram- Two wire control circuit, Three wire control circuit
2. A.C. Control Circuits (12 Periods)
- 2.1 Forward/reversing of 3 phase motors-With push button inter-locking, with Auxillary contact inter-locking
- 2.2 Sequence starting of motors
- 2.3 Starting multispeed squirrel cage motor
- 2.4 Dynamic braking of squirrel cage induction motor
- 2.5 Plugging of squirrel cage induction motor
- 2.6 Over-load protection of motors
- 2.7 Single phase protection
- 2.8 Over-temperature protection
- 2.9 Voltage stabilizer for 3 phase and single phase motors
3. Control of Synchronous Motors (13 Periods)
- 3.1 Principle of acceleration
- 3.2 Motor starter with field application by definite time relay
- 3.3 Motor starter with field control by polarized field frequency control
- 3.4 Motor starter with field application by slip frequency relay
- 3.5 Over-load protection scheme
4. Control of Single Phase Motors (14 Periods)
- 4.1 Across the line starter
- 4.2 Reversal of universal motor
- 4.3 Speed control of universal motor
- 4.4 Starter for capacitor type split phase motor
- 4.5 Dynamic braking
5. Industrial Control Circuits (14 Periods)
- 5.1 Heater control
- 5.2 Compressor motor control
- 5.3 Skip hoist control
- 5.4 Walking beam
- 5.5 Battery operated truck
- 5.6 Conveyor system control
- 5.7 Life circuit
6. Trouble Shooting in Control Circuits (12 Periods)
- 6.1 Analysing the problems
- 6.2 Major trouble spots- Fuse base, Loose connections, Faulty contacts, Incorrect
- wire markers, Combination problems, Low-voltage, Grounds
- 6.3 Procedure used in trouble-shooting
7. Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) (7 Periods)
Introduction, Principle of operation, Architecture of programmable, controller, Programming the programmable controller, Application of programmable controller.
4. Introduction (15 periods)
- 1.1 Energy management
- 1.2 Environmental aspects, need for energy conservation with brief description of oil & coal crisis.
- 1.3 Energy efficiency & its significance
- 1.4 Energy efficient practices in lighting
- 1.5 Tips for energy saving in building – New Building, Existing Building
- 1.6 Energy conservation opportunity & measures
- 1.7 Macro level approach at design stage
5. Energy Conservation in Various Sectors (14 periods)
- 5.1 Energy conversation in domestic sector-lighting, home applications
- 5.2 Energy conservation in industrial sector-industrial lighting, distribution system, motors, pumps blowers etc.
- 5.3 Energy conservation in agricultural sector-Tube well pump, D.G. sets, standby energy source
6. Energy Audit (08 periods)
- 6.1 Types and methodology
- 6.2 Energy auditing reporting format
- 6.3 Energy audit instruments
- 6.4 Specific energy consumption-three pronged approach, fine tuning, technical upgradation; avoidable losses
7. Electrical Supply System and Motors (20 periods)
- 7.1 Transformer loading
- 7.2 Tips for energy savings in transformers
- 7.3 Motor Loading
- 7.4 Variation in efficiency and power factor with loading
- 7.5 Tips for energy savings in motors
- 7.6 BIS standard for energy efficient motors, design features
- 7.7 Need for energy efficient motors
- 7.8 Various constructional features of EEMs
- 7.9 EEM as compared to standard motors
- 7.10 Distribution system- optimum cable size, amorphous core transformers, location of capacitors
8. Efficient devices (17 periods)
- 8.1 Energy efficient technology- An overview
- 8.2 Need for energy efficient devices
- 8.3 Initial cost vs. life cycle, cost analysis on life cycle basis
- 8.4 Energy efficient motor as compared to standard motors
- 8.5 Energy efficient lighting system, different sources-lumens/watt, LED, Role of voltage and efficiency.
9. Environmental Impact assessment (10 periods)
- 9.1 Need for environmental impact assessment
- 9.2 Standard format for assessment & its completion
- 9.3 Evaluation of assessment
10. Energy Conservation Building Code (10 periods)
- 10.1 ECBC and its salient features including thermal behavior of buildings
- 10.2 ECBC Guidelines on Building Envelope
- 10.3 ECBC Prescriptive Requirements for Building Envelope
- 10.4 ECBC Guidelines on Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning
- 10.5 ECBC Guidelines on Service Hot Water and Pumping
- 10.6 ECBC Guidelines on Lighting
- 10.7 ECBC Guidelines on Electrical Power
- 10.8 ECBC Guidelines on Star Labelling and Minimum Star rating
STUDENT ACTIVITIES ON ENERGY CONSERVATION/ENERGY EFFICIENCY
- 1. Presentations of Case Studies
- 2. Debate competitions
- 3. Poster competitions
- 4. Industrial visits
- 5. Visual Aids