Departments

Electrical Engineering Department

Electrical Engineering is the one of basic branch of Engineering. In today's world of technology, the electrical engineers are having multiple opportunities in power sectors, State Electricity Board, NHPC, NTPC, BARC as well as private sectors like Reliance Energy, BSES and TATA. There is a vast scope for professional career in the public and private sectors dealing with Power, Machinery or Control, Generation, Transmission, Distribution and Utilization of Electrical Energy, with the design, production and operation of Electrical Machinery and apparatus of Control Systems for Industrial Applications.

The Department of Electrical Engineering at AITS was established in the year 2010, approved by AICTE New Delhi and affiliated to Rajasthan Technical University. Over these years, we emerged as fully fledged department with adequate infrastructure and competent faculties. Department has Highly Qualified, Experienced and dedicated and faculties We have fully equipped laboratories to ease the learning of students.

The course curriculum includes latest state art of technology through core and elective courses which keep students updated to latest technical awareness and knowledge.

Laboratories

Power System Lab

Power system Laboratory comprises of protection, simulation, high voltage and machine related experiments. Facilities are available for overcurrent, undervoltege, directional, differential and distance relays including different numerical relays. Varieties of Power system Simulation packages like Load flow, PSCAD and MiPower are available. High voltage laboratory has facilities for power frequency high voltage generation Upto 200 kV, Impulse Voltage Generation 600 kV, Condition Monitoring of Transformer,20 kV Tan_delta TestKit and other testing facilities.

Power Electronics & Drive Lab

The power electronics laboratory is intended specifically to meet the needs of modern courses in power electronics. It covers the following topics:

  • Thyristor and Power transistor
  • Thyristor as a Controlled Rectifier
  • Triac
  • AC Voltage Regulator
  • Half Controlled AC-DC Converter Bridge
  • Fully Controlled full-wave Rectifier
  • DC Chopper
  • Single phase DC-AC Inverter
  • R, R-C, UJT firing circuit
  • SCR

It is used at undergraduate level for studying the voltage and current characteristics of thyristors and power transistors, demonstrating the use of the thyristor as a half wave controlled rectifier, investigating the voltage and current waveforms for different loads and the effect of the freewheeling diode on the load and current and voltage waveforms. Modern electrical drive systems consist of three main parts:

  • The prime mover which is a DC or AC motor.
  • The power semiconductor converter, which is AC/DC, DC/DC or AC/AC type.
  • The control unit (i.e. brain of the drive), based on digital, analog or hybrid components.

The advent of such modern adjustable speed drives has completely revolutionized the electric machinery industry. With the decreasing cost and increasing reliability of power electronics, the trend toward adjustable speed motors continues to accelerate. The use of these devices to control the speed of DC and AC motors onstitutes the main objective of this laboratory. The experiments included in this lab were designed to introduce variable speed electrical AC and DC drives in a simple and fairly complete fashion.

Electrical Machines Lab

The electrical machine laboratory is intended for electrical machine courses.

It is used at undergraduate level for studying the characteristics and operation of direct current (dc), induction, synchronous and special machines using state of the art teaching modules.

The subjects that are covered include: torque/speed curves and back-to-back tests for dc machines, characteristics of dc motors and dc generators (separate, series, shunt and compound), determining the parameters, the starting methods, speed control and performance of 3-phase induction motors, dynamic braking of induction motors, load tests, voltage regulation, power factor control and parameters of synchronous machines, load angle curves and pullout torque of synchronous machines etc.

Analog and Digital Electronics Lab

Electronics department has equipments and setup for basic and general electronics circuits for study analysis & design like as Analog lab module, Tranistor Trainer, Diode & Zener Diode characteristics, Push pull amplifier,FET & MOSFET Trainer, Hartley & colpits oscillator, Wein bridge oscillator Function generators.

The department has modern, well-equipped Digital Electronics Laboratory with adequate facilities. The Lab has advance kits like Shift register trainer, Basic logic gates trainer, Up down counter, Multiplexer & demultiplexer kit.

Electric Circuit Lab

In this lab, students are expected to gain experience in using the basic measuring de- The Electrical Circuits Laboratory II is designed to provide the student voltages and currents, such as common sinusoidal AC circuits.

Basic Electrical and Electronics Lab

This Lab familiarizes you with the basics of intruments. The lab introduces you to Resistors, Capacitor and light emitting Diode. you will have an opportunity to build and test Electronic circuit and in the process get acquainted with the different laboratary equipment such as Bread Board, Oscilloscope multimeter and the other system you plan to use in your career as an electrical/Biomedical Engineer.

Control & Instrumentation Laboratory

It has facilities to conduct experiments on dosed loop speed control of AC and DC motors. It also has facilities to perform studies on PID controllers, phase lag and lead controllers, synchros etc

Measurements Laboratory

It is well stacked with various bridges and apparatus for analysis of circuits.