Syllabi for M.Tech (Power and Control)
EC
650 Linear System
Theory (3006)
Essentials
of linear algebra: vector spaces, subspaces, singular value decomposition;
state variable modeling of linear dynamical systems; transfer function
matrices; Stability theory: Lyapunov theorems;
controllability and observability; realization
theory: balanced realization, Kalman canonical
decomposition; linear state feedback and estimation. Introduction to linear
robust control: model uncertainty, model reduction and coprime
factorization; robust stability and robust performance.
Texts/References:
1. S. Lang, Introduction to Linear Algebra, SpringerVerlag,
2/e, 1997.
2.
L. A. Zadeh
and C. A. Desoer, Linear System Theory: The State Space Approach, Springer
Verlag,
2008.
3.
C.T. Chen, Linear System Theory and
Design, Oxford University Press, 3/e, 1999.
4.
W. Rugh, Linear
System Theory, Prentice Hall, 2/e, 1995.
EE
581
Modern Power Systems
(3006)
Course
Contents:
Introduction
to modern power system: interconnected power system, main objective in operation of power
system, structure of Indian power system; Power Component static and dynamic
modeling: static modeling of transmission lines, transformer, and capability
curve of generator ; Power flow analysis: GaussSeidel, NewtonRaphson (polar and rectangular form), decoupled load
flow, fast decoupled power flow, DC load flow, Distribution system power flow
; Contingency analysis:
contingency ranking, DC and AC
sensitivity analysis ; Power
system stability: equal area criteria,
rotor angle and voltage stability, energy function approach towards
transient stability prediction; Power system Operation and Control: Economic
load dispatch, load frequency control.
Texts/References:
 J.
J. Grainger and W D. Stevenson, Power System Analysis, Tata
McGrawHill, 2003.
 A.
J. Wood and B. F. Wollenberg, Power
Generation Operation and Control, John Wiley and Sons, 2^{nd}
Edition, 2005.
 N.
G. Hingorani and L. Gyugyi,
Understanding FACTS, WileyIEEE Press, 1999.
 J.
Arrillaga, High voltage direct current
transmission, IEE Power Engineering Series, 2^{nd} Edn.,
1998.
 P.
Kundur, Power System Stability and Control,
McGrawHill, 1995.
EC 683 Advanced Power Electronics
(3006)
Preamble
This
course will give an comprehensive treatment of different types of power
electronics
converters/inverters
and of the various PWM techniques. The generalized concepts of
PWM
based inverters are treated in the course. This will enable the students to
develop
a
modulation strategy for any converter topology becomes immediately and do
performance
analysis of any particular converter topology and PWM strategy.
Course Content
Introduction
to power electronics converters, Harmonic distortion, Modulation of one
invert
phase leg, Modulation of single phase voltage source inverter, Zero space
vector
placement
modulation strategies, Modulation of current source inverters, Overmodulation
of
inverters, Programmed modulation strategies, Programmed modulation of
multilevel
converters,
Carrier based modulation strategies, Space vector PWM, Implementation of
modulation
controllers.
Texts/References:
1. D. Grahame Holmes, Thomas A. Lipo, Pulse
Width Modulation for Power Converters:
Principles
and Practice,
WileyIEEE Press, 1st Edition, 2003.
2. Ned Mohan, Power Electronics: Converters, Applications,
and Design, Wiley, 3rd Edition, 2002.
EC
558 Applied Control Lab (0033)
1.
DC Motor Speed Control: Using PLC to control the speed of DC Motor to
understand
the
principles of feedback control, PWM and PLC programming. The objective is to
study the following:
a. Open loop speed control
b. Close loop speed
control
c. Use of PLC for the
speed control
d. Acceleration and
deceleration ramps programming in PLC
e. To Monitor the duty
cycle of the motor
2.
AC Machine Control: The objective will be to study:
a. Open loop speed control
b. Close loop speed
control
c. Frequency converter and
its control
d. Acceleration and
deceleration ramps programming in the controller
e. PWM programming
3.
Process Measurement and Control: The objective of this experiment is to
understand:
a. Industrial measurements
b. The control systems
used in industry
c. The programming
techniques of the controller to achieve specific purpose
d. Process supervision
through PC
e. Various transducers and
sensors used in the industry
EC 551 Optimal
and Adaptive Control (3006)
[New]
Basic
mathematical concepts, Conditions for optimality, Calculus of variations, Pontryagin’s maximum principle, Hamilton
JacobiBellman theory, dynamic programming, structures and properties of
optimal systems, various types of constraints, singular solutions, minimum
time problems, optimal tracking control problem
Model reference adaptive
control, gain scheduling, adaptive internal model control, adaptive variable
structure control, adaptive backstepping design, introduction
to system identification, direct and indirect adaptive control.
Texts/References:
 D. E. Kirk, Optimal Control Theory: An
Introduction, PrenticeHall, 2004.
 B.D.O. Anderson and J.B. Moore, Optimal Control: Linear Quadratic
Methods, 2007.
 M. Krstic, P. V. Kokotovic,
I. Kanellakopoulos, Nonlinear and Adaptive Control Design, John Willey and Sons,
1995.
 K. J. Astrom and B. Wittenmark,
Adaptive Control, 2/e, 2008.
 G. Feng and R. Lozano, Adaptive Control Systems, Oxford University Press, 1999.
EC 652 Digital
Control (3006)
Discretetime system
representations: modeling discretetime systems by linear difference
equations and pulse transfer functions, time responses of discrete systems;
discrete statespace models, stability of discretetime systems. Finite
settlingtime control design: deadbeat systems, inter sample behavior,
timedomain approach to ripplefree controllers, limitations and extensions
of the deadbeat controller. Statefeedback design techniques: linear system
properties, state feedback using Ackermann's formula, tracking of known
reference inputs. Outputfeedback design techniques: observer design , observerbased output feedback design.
Texts/References:
1.
B. C. Kuo, Digital Control Systems; Oxford
University Press, 2/e, Indian Edition, 2007.
1.2. K. Ogata, Discrete Time Control
Systems; Prentice Hall, 2/e, 1995.
3.
M. Gopal, Digital Control and State Variable
Methods; Tata Mcgraw Hill, 2/e, 2003.
4.
G. F. Franklin, J. D. Powell and M. L. Workman; Digital Control of
Dynamic Systems;
Addison Wesley,
1998, Pearson Education, Asia, 3/e, 2000.
5. K. J. Astroms
and B. Wittenmark, Computer Controlled Systems 
Theory and Design;
Prentice Hall, 3/e,
1997.
EC
580 Control of
Electrical Drives (3006)
Mode ling of DC Machines,
Phase Controlled DC Motor Drives, Chopper Controlled DC Motor Drives,
Modeling of Polyphase Induction Machines, Phase
Controlled Motor Drives, Frequency Controlled Induction Motor Drives, Vector
Controlled Induction Motor Drives, Permanent Magnet Synchronous and Brushless
DC Motor Drive Modeling and Control.
Texts/References:
1. R. Krishnan, Electric Motor Drives: Modeling, Analysis and Control, Prentice
Hall, 2002.
2.
Mohamed ElSharkawi, Fundamentals of Electric Drive, CLEngineering, 1^{st}
Edition, 2000.
EE 654 Advanced Power and Control Laboratory (0033)
Preamble:
Recently, much effort has been paid to the development of high
performance drives,
power flow
controllers and power conditioner. These drives, power flow controllers and
power conditioner require advanced and sophisticated control
techniques to improve
their
performances. The experiments of this laboratory cover the practical issues
related with the
design of controllers for the above applications.
Course contents:
Study of 3phase inverter, Study of 3phase rectifier, Control
of buckboost converter,
Position control of servomotor, Speed control of 3phase AC
motor, Speed and
position control of stepper motor, Load flow analysis with power
flow control using
series compensation, Control of power flow using backto back
converter, Effect of
SVC (Static Var Compensator) in
controlling the bus voltage, Synchronization of
alternators.
Texts/References:
1. C. S. Indulkar, Laboratory
Experiments in Electrical Power Engineering, Khanna
Publishers,
1st Edn., 2003.
2. G. K Dubey, Fundamentals of
Electrical Drives, Narosa Publishing House, 2nd
Edn.,
2002.
3. O. P. Arora, Power Electronics
Laboratory: Theory, Practice & Organization, Narosa
Publishing House, 1st Edn, 2007.
4. P. Kundur, Power System
Stability and Control, McGrawHill, 1st Edn., 1994.
LIST OF ELECTIVES
FOR MTECH (POWER AND CONTROL)
Electives

Code

Course
Name

L–TP

Credit

EE
562

Fundamentals
of VLSI CAD

300

6

EE
621

Advanced
Topics in Random Processes

300

6

EE
623

Advanced
Topics in Signal Processing

300

6

EE
624

Image
Processing

300

6

EE
625

Computer
Vision

300

6

EE 626

Biomedical
Signal Processing

300

6

EE
627

Speech
Signal Processing and Coding

300

6

EE
628

Speech
Technology

300

6

EE
632

Mobile
Communications

300

6

EE
633

Queuing
Systems

300

6

EE
635

Advanced
Topics in Communication Systems

300

6

EE
636

Detection
and Estimation Theory

300

6

EE
637

Error
Control Codes

300

6

EE
638

Multimedia
Security: Methodologies for Content Access Control, Tracking and
Authentication

300

6

EE
639

Sparse
Representations & Compressive Sensing: Theory & Applications

300

6


EE
651

Multivariable
Control Theory

300

6


EE
653

Nonlinear Systems and Control

300

6


EE
657

Pattern
Recognition and Machine Learning

300

6


EE
659

Modeling
and Simulation of Dynamic Systems

300

6


EE
672

Intelligent
Sensor and Actuator

300

6


EE
673

Synchrophasor Technology

300

6


EE
674

High
Voltage Transmission

300

6


EE
680

Electric
and Hybrid vehicles

300

6


EE
682

Advanced
Electric Drives

300

6


EE
684

Numerical
Methods in Electromagnetics

300

6


EE
685

Generalized
Theory of Electrical Machines

300

6






000
