Labs & Facilities

The department is well equipped with State-of-the-Art laboratories and infrastructural facilities. The Electrical and Electronics Engineering use the key principles as well as other stock of knowledge to design and analyze the machines, devices, circuits, signals, systems, integrated circuits, micro processors and micro controllers etc.

States-of-the-Art laboratories are available in the department are:

• Electrical Machines-I Laboratory
• Electrical Machines-II Laboratory
• Network Theory Laboratory
• Control systems & Simulation Laboratory
• Power electronics & Simulation Laboratory
• Electrical measurements Laboratory
• Simulation Laboratory

Electrical Machines - I Laboratory

• DC Shunt Motor coupled to DC Shunt Generator
• DC Shunt Motor coupled to DC Compound Generator
• DC Shunt Motor coupled DC Series Generator
• DC Shunt Motor coupled to DC Compound Generator
• DC Series machine coupled to identical Series Machine
• DC Shunt machine coupled to identical Shunt Machine
• DC Shunt Motor coupled with Brake Drum
• DC Compound Motor coupled with Brake Drum


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Electrical Machines - II Laboratory

5 HP DC Shunt Motor coupled to an Alternator
5 HP DC Shunt Motor coupled to 3 KW Generator
DC Shunt Motor coupled to Synchronous Alternator
5 HP DC Shunt Motor coupled to an Alternator
Three Phase Slip ring induction motor
Single Phase Transformer
Three Phase Induction motor with Brake Drum
Three Phase induction motor with Brake Drum

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Control Systems & Simulation Laboratory

• Program Logic Controller
• Shunt Motor coupled by Shunt generator
• Digital Oscilloscope
• DC servomotor
• Magnetic Amplifier
• AC Amplifier
• Temperature Controller (PID mode)
• Synchro Transmitter and Receiver
• Lag and Lead Compensation
• PID Controller
• Time Response of Second Order System
• Software’s like PSPICE, MAT LAB and Multisim

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Electrical Circuits & Simulation Laboratory

• Network Parameters (Z,Y,H,ABCD)
• Network Theorems
• Locus Diagrams
• Series & Parallel Resonance
• Power measurement for Balanced & Unbalanced loads using Wattmeters
• Software’s like PSPICE, MAT LAB and Multisim

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Power Electronics and Simulation Laboratory


• Single Phase Cyclo-Converter with R, RL Loads
• Three Phase Half Controlled Bridge Converter with R Load
• Single Phase Dual Converter with RL Loads
• Single Phase AC Voltage Controller with R, RL Loads
• Forced Commutation circuit with R, RL Loads
• Single Phase Parallel Inverter with R, RL Loads
• Three Phase Half Controlled Converter with R, RL Loads
• Single Phase Cyclo Converter with R, RL Loads
• Software’s like PSPICE, MAT LAB and Multisim

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Electrical Measurements Laboratory

• Measurement of Capacitance by Schering Bridge
• Measurement of Inductance by Anderson Bridge
• Measurement of Resistance with Kelvin Double Bridge
• Oil Testing
• Calibration of Dynamometer Power Factor Meter
• Measurement of Three Phase Reactive Power with Single Phase Wattmeter
• Calibration of LPF Wattmeter by Phantom Loading
• Calibration of Single Phase Energy Meter
• Crompton’s DC Potentiometer
• Calibration of PMMC

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For all the above Labs 12 Experiments need to be done as per JNTUH. We even make the students to perform the 2 additional experiments in each Semester for gaining more knowledge towards the subject.