A grant-in-aid Autonomous Engineering College Estd. in 1960   (Approved from AICTE and affiliated to RGPV & BU, Bhopal)   NBA Accredited (B.Tech. Civil, Mech., E&I, CSE) and NAAC Accredited
CO1:Acquire the knowledge & able to learn the basic of soldering, wiring, elect. & elex. elements, PCB forming.
CO2: Acquire the knowledge of grounding, protection, fuse wire etc.
CO3:Acquire the knowledge and able to demonstrate the different type of motors, their working and its application. Such as stair case wiring, a room wiring etc. useful in commercial and domestic buildings.
CO4:Demonstrate different types of testing on starter and power circuits.
CO5: Demonstrate different circuits related to diode, transistor, timer and their applications.
Subject Code & Name: EEC201 Electro Mechanical Energy Conversion –I
CO1: Understand the constructional features and operating principles of transformers, both singlephase and three-phase and to determine the voltage regulation and performance characteristics of transformers.
CO2: Evaluate the constructional details and performance characteristics of DC machines, including their operation as generators and motors.
CO3:Review the constructional details of three-phase induction motors and understand their working principles, analyze the equivalent circuit, interpret the power flow diagram, phasor diagram and evaluate the characteristics.
CO4:Analyze the starting methods of induction motors, importance of power factor control of Schrage motors. Apply open circuit and short circuit tests to determine the performance parameters and compare the performance characteristics of double cage and deep bar induction motors.
CO5: Understand the concept of double revolving field theory; analyze the equivalent circuit of singlephase motors. Evaluate the characteristics and performance parameters; Assess the different starting methods of single-phase motors.