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R.V.COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BANGALORE-560 059(Autonomous Institution under VTU, Belgaum)

SCHEME OF TEACHING & EXAMINATIONSemester:-VII Department: Electrical & Electronics Engineering Teaching Scheme Hours / Week Theory 04 04 04 04 03 03 22 Tutorials 01 01 02 Practical 03 03 06

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Sub-Code 07EE71 07EE72 07EE73X 07EE74X 07EE75 07EE76

Title Switchgear and Protection Digital communication Elective D* Elective E* High Voltage Engineering (Theory and practice) Power System Analysis II (Theory and practice) Total

BOS EEE EEE EEE EEE EEE EEE

Examination No. of credits 04 04 04 04 05 05 26

SL. NO. 07EE731 07EE732 07EE733 07EE734

Elective D* Utilization of electrical power Digital protection of power systems Power system operation and control Discrete Control Systems

SL. NO. 07EE741 07EE742 07EE743 07EE744

Elective E* Electromagnetic Compatibility Power system Dynamics and stability H.V.D.C Power Transmission AI & its applications to Power systems

R.V.COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BANGALORE-560 059(Autonomous Institution under VTU, Belgaum)

SCHEME OF TEACHING & EXAMINATIONSemester:-VIII Department: Electrical & Electronics Engineering Teaching Scheme Hours / Week Theory 07HSS81 07HSS82 07EE83 07G8XX 07EE85 Principles of Intellectual Property Rights Human Skills & Social Service Industrial Drives and applications Elective G* (Inter-disciplinary Elective) Project Work & Seminar HSS EEE EEE XXX EEE 02 04 04 Tutorials Practical 20 Examination No. of credits 02 02 04 04 12 24

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10 20 Total *Elective G :Students of VIII Semester EE to opt for interdisciplinary electives offered by other departments Sub-Code 07G801 07G802 07G803 07G804 07G805 07G806 Elective G* Bio Informatics (BT) Finite Element Analysis (Civil) Green Technology (Chemical) Information Security (CSE) Renewable Energy Sources (EEE) Embedded Systems (E&C) Sub-Code 07G807 07G808 07G809 07G810 07G811 07G812 Elective G*

Management Practice for Business Excellence (IEM) JAVA and J2EE (ISE) Virtual Instrumentation (IT) Industrial Robotics (ME) Space Technology and Applications (TC) Nuclear and Radiation Techniques for Engineering Applications (Physics)

NOTE: An educational tour is to be undertaken, compulsorily, after the examination of 7th semester and before the commencement of 8th semester classes, for duration of 3 to 5 days.

SWITCHGEAR AND PROTECTIONSub Code : 07EE71 Hrs/ Week: 4+0+0 Credits : 04 CIE Marks : 100 SEE Marks : 100 Exam Hours : 03

Objective: The art of protective relaying in power systems has assumed great importance all over the world with tremendous expansion in interconnection of power systems. The protection is needed not only in short circuit but also against any other abnormal conditions. PART-A Fuses: Introduction, Definitions, Fuse characteristics, Types of fuses, applications of HRC fuses, selection discrimination. 03 Hrs. Circuit breakers: Electric arc, arc characteristics, theories of current interruption, energy balance and recovery rate theory, transient recovery voltage in simple three phase circuits, rate of rise of restricting voltage, resistance switching, current chopping, interruption of capacitive currents. 08 Hrs. Classification of circuit breakers, brief study of construction and working of bulk oil and minimum oil CB, Air break and Air Blast CB, principle of DC circuit breaking, SF6 , Vacuum CB and VDC breakers, ratings of CB and testing of circuit breakers. 08 Hrs. Introduction to Relays: What is relaying, Power system structural considerations, Power system bus configuration, Nature of relaying, Relay operating principles, Detection of faults, Relay designs, Electromechanical relays, Solid state relays, Computer relays, Other relay design considerations, Control circuits 02Hrs. Current and Voltage Transformers : Steady state performance of current transformers, Transient performance of current transformers, Special connections of current transformers, Liner couplers and electronic current transformers, Voltage transformers, Coupling capacitor voltage transformers, Transient performance of CCVTs, Electronic voltage transformers. 03Hrs. PART - B Over current Protection of transmission :Plug setting, time setting, radial feeder and ring mains protection, earth fault and phase fault, examples on relay settings, instantaneous over current relays, Directional over current relays and polarizing. 04Hrs. Bus, Reactor and Capacitor protection: Introduction, percentage differential Relays ,Linear couplers, directional comparison, Partial differential protection, High impedance voltage relays, Moderately high impedance relay ,shunt reactor protection, Dry type reactors, Oil immersed reactors, shunt capacitor bank protection, static VAR compensator protection, Static compensator. 04Hrs. Transformer Protection: Problems associated with percentage differential protection, harmonic restraint and harmonic blocking schemes, restricted earth fault protection, Buchhloz relay for incipient faults 04Hrs. Rotating machinery protection: Stator earth fault, phase fault, stator current unbalance protection, Rotor overheating, earth fault protection, excitation failure and protection against motoring, generator-transformer unit protection 04Hrs. Distance Protection of Transmission lines: Impedance, reactance and admittance characteristics, relay settings for 3-zone protection, out of step blocking scheme, blinder relay, numerical relays for transmission line protection, microprocessor based impedance, reactance and mho relays, effect of arc resistance on the performance of distance relays. 05Hrs.

Pilot protection of transmission lines: introduction, communication channels ,tripping v/s blocking, Directional comparison blocking, Directional comparison unblocking, Underreaching transfer trip,

Permissive overrreaching transfer trip, Phase comparison relays, Pilot wire relaying, multiterminal lines 03Hrs Outcome: Students will be exposed to the switching equipments and their application in power system protection. It enables the students to gain an in-depth knowledge in practical implementation of protection schemes and the modern trends in power system relaying. Reference Books : 1. Badri Ram ,Power System Protection and Switchgear, Tata Mc-Graw Hill Pub., 2004 2. SunilS.Rao , Switchgear And Protection,-Khanna Publishers, 11th edition, 1999. 3. R.Ravindra Nath & M.Chande, Power System Protection and Switchgear, Wiley Eastern Ltd. 4. Staley H.Horowitz & Arun G.Padke, Power system relaying ,Third Edition, John Wiley & Sons Inc. 1995. 5. ABB switch gear manual, 11th edition. Scheme of Semester End Evaluation: The question paper will consist of FOUR questions in PART - A, FOUR questions in PART - B. Student should answer FIVE full questions selecting not more than THREE questions from each part.

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DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONSub Code : 07EE72 Hrs/ Week: 4+0+0 Credits : 04 CIE Marks : 100 SEE Marks : 100 Exam Hours : 03

Objective: The subject deals with in depth analysis of communication systems working on digital signals. The syllabus is aimed at making the fundamental concepts stronger. The subject deals with communications at computing frequencies as well. PART-A Introduction: Introduction to amplitude and frequency modulation concepts, Modulation and multiplexing. 03 Hrs Digital Communication Techniques: Digital Transmission of Data, Parallel and serial Transmission, Data Conversion, pulse Modulation, Digital Signal Processing. 05 Hrs Multiplexing and Demultiplexing: Multiplexing principles, Frequency Division Multiplexing, TimeDivision multiplexing, Pulse-Code Modulation. 05 Hrs The Transmission of Binary Data in Communication Systems: Digital Codes, Principles of Digital Transmission, Transmission Efficiency, Modem Concepts and Methods, Wideband Modulation, Base band Modem Techniques, Error Detection and Correction, protocols. 06 Hrs Optical Communication: Optical Principles, Optical Communication Systems, Fiber Optic Cables, Optical Transmitters and Receivers, Wavelength Division Multiplexing, Passive Optical Networks. 05 Hrs PARTB Introduction to computer communication networks: Layered tasks, OSI Model, Layers on OSI Model, TCP/IP, Connection oriented & connectionless services. 04 Hrs Data link control: Framing- binary bits, byte & word, Flow and error control- problems on flow control protocols, Noiseless channels and noisy channels, HDLC, Interaction with physical layer and network layer. 06 Hrs

Wired LAN: Ethernet, IEEE standards- IEEE802.2, 802.3, token network and ring network, Standard Ethernet. Changes in the standards, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet. 07 Hrs Routing protocols: Delivery, forwarding, routing protocols- Leaky bucket protocol, controlled flow protocol 07Hrs Outcome : The knowledge of the communication systems using digital signals will help the students to understand the basic concept of communication engineering. This will also help them to implement the same technology in interconnected power systems for effective operation. Reference Books: 1. Louis E. Frenzel, Principles of Electronic communication systems, The McGraw-Hill Companies. 2. Simon Haykin,An Introduction to Analog and Digital communication , John Wiley. 3. George Kennedy ,Electronic Communication System- The McGraw-Hill Companies. 4th edition, 2006 4. B Forouzan, Data communication and Networking, 4th Ed, TMH, 2006 Scheme of Semester End Evaluation: The question paper will consist of FOUR questions in PART - A, FOUR questions in PART - B. Student should answer FIVE full questions selecting not more than THREE questions from each part.

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UTILIZATION OF ELECTRICAL POWERSub Code : 07EE731 Hrs/ Week: 4+0+0 Credits : 04 CIE

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