M.E. Power Systems Engineering
Power is attracting crucial concern globally. This course provides an advanced training in electrical power systems covering the theoretical, practical and management aspects of generation, transmission and utilization of power.
Modern power systems are gaining increasing importance due to the crucial necessity of the energy sector as well as the rapid advances in power electronics and power management with the aid of advancements in electronics and computer technologies.
This course deals with the state of the art techniques in power system analysis, stability, planning, reliability and forecasting.
The course provides an insight into the sophisticated methods of power system operation and control using computers.
The graduates can pursue their research in the field of power quality, power system planning, power system reliability and application of power electronics to power systems.
Project work enhances the student’s knowledge in the areas of real time application of Electrical Power systems.
The project work consists of two phases. Phase I, which involves simulation of the circuits, is completed during the third semester.
In Phase II, implementation of the simulation using hardware circuits is done during the fourth semester.