Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

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The department of Electrical Engineering offers a vibrant environment for graduate education and research in Electrical Engineering. Established in 2009, the vision of the department is to provide the leadership to enable India's excellence in the field of Electrical Engineering. The department is committed to advancement of the frontiers of knowledge in Electrical Engineering and to provide the students with a stimulating and rewarding learning experience.

The department is currently engaged in research in many areas of Electrical Engineering .Department Having All labs as per RTU curriculum including Power Systems, Machine, Power Electronics, Electrical Drives, and High Voltage engineering Labs etc. Faculties of department are highly qualified & experienced. We always interested to develop industry institution interaction events in form of Industrial visit, workshops and seminars.


HOD Profile



Mr. Subhash Chander Swami
HOD, EE

Message:

Electrical Engineering is the power Department of the Maharishi Arvind Engineering college & Research Center, Jaipur. With the growing demand of Electrical Engineers in the Government and private sectors, the Department is making best efforts to produce highly trained and capable engineers who can take up the challenges of the real world. The quality of academic instructions, conduct guidelines and college activities are designed to produce competent and successful engineers. In the Department, the focus is on preparing professional engineers.

As far as the Department is concerned, academic standards and practical work are the two key parameters. The Department of EE has a fine blend of renowned as well as young and dynamic personalities as faculty, who are involved in imparting quality education. The faculty strives to foster and encourage a teaching methodology that is both practical and theoretical in approach. This orientation has led to successful projects and trainings.

The lab facilities are being upgraded from time to time and provide adequate opportunities for the students to learn and innovate. The Department is fully equipped with all the labs required for the curriculum like Electrical Machines lab, Power System lab, Electric Drives lab, Power Electronics lab, Control System lab, and Electrical Workshop lab, and Electronics Measurement and Instrumentation lab, Project lab.

"B.E.(Electrical Engineering) 2009 Marudhar Engg. College, Bikaner."
"M.Tech. (Power Systems) 2015 Govt. Engg. College, Bikaner."

- Mr. Subhash Chander Swami

LABORATORIES

Electrical & Electronics engg Lab

Electrical & Electronics engg lab provides the basic knowledge of Electrical engineering. Lab provides information about different electrical supply systems, electrical machines and appliances. It makes the students understand and apply the fundamentals of electrical engineering and machines used in different systems, measure various electrical quantities and able to do routine maintenance. In this lab students can identify different types of motors and select appropriate drive for the industrial load.

Electrical Workshop lab

This is a core course for Electrical Engineering students. The scope of this course covers different modules that are designed to make the students familiar with different electrical equipments along with carefully compiled assignments and home works to further enhance their practical skills. This lab provides the basic knowledge about the various electrical tools such as plier, screw driver, wire stripper etc. In addition to this, the subject also consists of modules of machining, electric wiring.

Power System Lab

Power Systems Laboratory is part of the Energy Transmission and High Voltage Laboratory of the Department of Electrical Engineering. Students can get concrete ideas about the different system operations and phenomena with application of advanced tools. Lab is equipped with different facilities for under voltage, over current differential and other different relays. In This Laboratory students can analyse and design of electric and integrated energy systems including their planning, design and operation.

Power Electronics lab

Power electronics is an important area of Electrical Engineering. It broadly deals with controlling the flow of electrical power using electronics switching devices. Power Electronics lab introduces the student to measurement and simulation of important operating characteristics of power electronic circuits and power semiconductor devices. It also provides experience with common components such as motors, batteries, magnetic devices, and power semiconductors.

High voltage lab

We are an active centre for research into dielectric materials and insulation systems, as well as high voltage and related phenomena. Our High Voltage Engineering Laboratory (HVEL) is a leading research and teaching laboratory in the field of Insulation, Applied Electrostatics, Nanodielectrics, Pulse Power Applications, and Power Electronics. The laboratory is one of the most research-intensive facilities in North America and features state-of-the-art technology. As the home of world renowned research experts and top graduate students, HVEL is also made available to Industries as an independent university centre for testing and evaluation.

Electrical Machines Lab

The electrical machine laboratory is intended specifically to meet the needs of modern courses in Electrical Machines. This Lab Concerns with an electrical machines types (DC and AC machines), power, efficiency, characteristics of electrical machines as a motor, generator, determining the parameter and performance characteristics of transformer, methods of control the speed of motor, and control the voltage of generator. Through hands-on experiments with real machines, students gain practical experience on transformers and various types of machine drives. The laboratory can also be used for project work related to electrical machines.

Electric Drives & Their control Lab

Electric drives play an utmost important role in modern industrial applications and electric transportation. This laboratory is equipped with modern experiment set-ups for undergraduates taking the Power Converters & Drives course. Lab includes the design and control of unique permanent-magnet brushless drives, the development of novel permanent-magnet hybrid brushless drives, the optimization and control of switched reluctance drives, and the design and control of new soft-switching inverter-fed induction drives.