Electrical & Electronics Engineering

About

The department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering was established on 2004, as the sixth department of this college with an annual intake of 60 students.The Degree offered was B Tech in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. An M Tech programme in Electrical Machines was started in 2014 with an annual intake of 24 students. The department was dedicated to the promotion of excellence in Engineering education imparting knowledge to the students in the field of Electrical Engineering and Electronics Engineering so that they can succesfully complete their graduation and get proper placement. Our students stands in fifth position in Kerala University and a good number of them occupy prestigious position with in the country and abroad. The laboratories are well equipped for the conduct of the existing courses. The facilities available in the department are sufficient to meet the requirements of B Tech and M Tech project works. The department has well equipped computer ceter with internet access. In addition to the central libraby , there is a department library and most of the books prescribed in the syllabus are also available there. Existing faculty and supporting staff are highly qualified, experienced and dedicated . All of the teachers are M tech/ M.E holders. Some are doing PhD also. The advisory system is very effective in regular evaluation of students and intimating progress to the student’s parents. Almost all of the students passed out from the department are well placed. Many students have got GATE score. The department has excellent contact with the neighbouring industries.The department has a news letter named Impulse published monthly. DEPARTMENT VISIONTo be a source of knowledge excellence and to produce best trained innovative and socially responsible Electrical Engineers. DEPARTMENT MISSION To transform and build sudents who have high caliber, strong knowledge base and professional skill to a day to day changing Electric field.

Vision & Mission

OUR VISION
To create skilful Electrical & Electronics Engineers with societal commitment.

OUR MISSION

  • Create professionally qualified Electrical & Electronics Engineers by imparting necessary knowledge and relevant skills.
  • Encourage students to inculcate a culture of lifelong learning necessary for jobs or higher studies.
  • Induce human values and social commitment in students by offering suitable platforms to meet societal needs.

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PEO
The programme will

  • Provide adequate technical knowledge in Electrical &Electronics Engineering to pursue careers in industries and academics.
  • Inculcate a culture to pursue lifelong learning to accomplish professional and personal excellence.
  • Mould graduates with ethical values, continuously catering to the societal needs.

HOD

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Prof. Vinod V P

Prof. Vinod V P has completed his Post graduation in Power System and had his graduation in Electrical & Electronics Engineering. He has 17 years of experience out of which 13 years in teaching and 4 years in industry. He guided various UG and PG projects and is a lifetime member of ISTE. He also had guided funded projects and is actively involved in student startups. He took charge as Head of the Department on 17 th August 2017

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Association & Clubs

IEEE Student Branch

IEEE Student Branches provide an opportunity for student members to begin networking in their areas of interest and future profession. There are over 3,000 IEEE Student Branches in over 100 countries, globally. Amongst those branches, from 2014 onwards, our IEEE Student Branch is very much active. We have now about 120 student volunteers in this chapter. Presently, the Student Branch coordinator is       Prof. Sreekanth P K, Asst. Prof., Dept of EEE, Chairperson is Manu.B, S6 EEE, Vice-Chairperson is Varsha, S4 EEE, Secretory is Atul, S4 EEE and Treasurer is Arun, S4 EEE. An IAS Society also associated with IEEE branch here under the department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering. The Student Branch with branch code STB12941 has done many programs and workshops to improve the technological skills of students. These events also work as a platform for students to express their ideas and share their knowledge. A list of programmes conducted by IEEE Student Branch is as follows:

IEEE AWARENESS PROGRAM

This program was intended to create awareness to members about IEEE and the session was conducted by the young professional Mr. Jai Krishnan on 8th September 2015. About 150 students from EEE, ECE and CSE attended this event.

BALASHASTRA CONGRESS : REGIONALS

SBCE IEEE Students Branch conducted Balasastra congress for school students along with shastra sahithyaparishad in order to develop attitude of energy conservation among school students on 7th  December 2015

IEEE SPECTRUM QUIZ

IEEE student branch conducted a technical quiz on 6th May 2016 to evaluate the knowledge of students on the latest trends in engineering sector.

IEEE PES Quiz 2016

The seventh IEEE day in memory of the first meeting of AIEE held in Oct 1884 was celebrated at Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Pattoor on 4th October 2016. As part of IEEE Day celebrations, the IEEE Student branch of Sree Buddha College of Engineering conducted the IEEE Power and Energy Society Kerala Chapter’s quiz contest for first year engineering students. The Quiz program saw a very good participation from all the branches.

SPECTRUM TALK

Spectrum Talk is an innovative knowledge blooming platform to the students. It motivates students to improve their knowledge and also their speaking skills. It is held once in every year for a week.

INITIUM 2k16

This workshop was conducted by IEEE student branch on 9th March 2017 in order to develop techno-managerial & entrepreneurship skills in students.

Blow Your Mind

It was a “best idea contest” held on 27/03/2017 to 31/03/2017. The theme was to develop a jack fruit plucking equipment with some constraints.

IEEE IAS Chapter

The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering operates an IAS (Industry Application Society) Chapter in the college as a subsidiary of IEEE Student Branch Chapter. This chapter is a valuable professional connect between industry and academics and it offers the following benefits to our students:

  • An opportunity to become acquainted with the works of various experts in the field.
  • A chance to collaborate in projects of various industrial domains.
  • Opportunities to publish papers in reputed conferences of international stature.
  • Funds for research works of international exposure.

The IAS Students Branch Chapter, Sree Buddha College of Engineering (IAS SBC SBCE) was inaugurated on 18th February 2015 with 17 student members from PG and 9 faculty members. Dr. Tomy Sebastian (President, IEEE Industrial Application Society, Director of Motor Drive Systems, Halla Mechatronics) inaugurated the chapter. Mr. Srikanth Vasudevanpillai (IEEE-IAS Chapter and Membership Development Vice-Chair, Area Chair, Student Branch Chapter, Region 10, Asia West) felicitated the event. Prof. C .Asokan, Head of the department, EEE, SBCE presided over the gathering.

The activities of this IAS Chapter were always inspiring. Soon after the inauguration, an industrial visit to Kerala Electrical & Allied Engineering Company Ltd (KEL) was organized for its members and a tour to Athirapally waterfalls. Due to the active involvement of the student members of this Chapter, 8 students of  M-tech (2014-16  Batch) got an opportunity to attend an international conference in U.S.A. funded by the IAS Society.

Inauguration of IAS Chapter in the college

Mrs.Vijina K, the staff co-ordinator of EEE with Dr.Tomy Sebastian and Mr. Srikanth Vasudevan Pillai during the inauguration

Members of IAS Student Branch Chapter visit Athirapally waterfalls along with faculties.

Paper Publications

Sl. No Faculty Name Paper Title Venue DOI Month
1 MITHUN M S Significance of resonant frequency deviations for estimating winding deformations from SFRA  India Doble Power Forum India Jan. 2007
Location of breakdown in windings using concurrent UHF antenna and current responses International Symposium on Electrical Insulating Materials (ISEIM) Japan Sep. 2008
Condition Monitoring and Remnant Life Assessment of Transformers – An Approach from CG India Doble Power Forum India Oct. 2008
Furan & DP as diagnostic tools in assessing the remnant life of transformers International Conference on Condition Monitoring & Diagnostic Engineering Management of Power Station/Substation Equipment India Jan. 2009
Effectiveness of DP in determining remnant life of transformers IEEMA Trafo-tech Conference India Jan. 2010
A new inductive proximity sensor as a guiding tool for removing metal shrapnel during surgery IEEE International Conference on Instrumentation and Measurements Technology USA May-13
A GMR sensor based guiding tool for location of metal shrapnel during surgery IEEE International Conference on Sensing Technology New Zealand Dec. 2013
Locating Metal Shrapnel in Human Body using GMR Sensors IEEE International Measurements and Symposium on Medical Applications (MeMeA) Portugal Jun. 2014
Packaging and evaluation of an online tool for locating metal shrapnel during surgery IEEE India Conference (INDICON) India Dec.2014
A new inductive proximity sensor based guiding tool to locate metal shrapnel during surgery IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation & Measurement   Dec.2014
A novel GMR based Eddy current sensing probe with extended sensing range IEEE Transactions on Magnetics   Nov.2015
A very cost – effective automatic dimmer for automobile headlight National Conference on Emerging Technologies India Apr. 2016
A Novel, Cost-effective Sensor for Estimating Dissolved Moisture in Transformer oil IEEE International Conference on Sensing Technology China Nov. 2016
A New, PIC Based, Automatic Synchronizing Device for Synchronizing a 3 phase alternator to the grid KETCON 2017 India  Jan. 2017
Wavelet power ratio signature spectrum analysis for prediction of winding insulation defects in transformer and shunt reactor IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics & Electrical Insulation   Apr-17
2 SINDHU V Analysis of3-level inverter based medium/high voltage drive system at on load condition International conference on current research in Engineering and technology(ICET)   Feb-16
Five level inverter fed AC drive system at on load condition international journel of modern trends in engineering and research (IJMTER)   May-16
simulation approach to analyse the performance of SRM hub motor for electrical vehicle International journel of modern trends in engineering and research (IJMTER)   Feb-17
Review of efficiency control of single phase induction motor International journal of innovative research in science,engineering and technology ISSN-2319-8753 Mar-17
Braking in SRM driven hybrid electrical vehicle International journal of innovative research in science,engineering and technology 11 &12 Apr-17
SRM driven electrical vehicle simulation using MATLAB  International conference on innovative developments in engineering and applied sciences (IDEAS-17) volume 3,issue 5 Apr-17
Performance of electrical braking in in wheel SRM International conference ,organised by Baselious Mathew II college of Engineering  20,21 May-17
The modified prony’s analysis for detection of speed of squirrelcage induction motor International journal of innovative research in science,engineering and technology   Mar-17
3 SHELEEL F        
4 ABHILASHA PARTHAN A Brief Review on Torque Control of Induction Motor IEEE International Conference on Circuits, Power and Computing Technologies (ICCPCT-2017)     
Sensor Based Control Of Three Phase BLDC Motor International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Studies (IJSRES) Volume 2 Issue 12, December 2015 ISSN: 2349-8862.    
MRAS Based Speed Estimator For Vector       Controlled induction Motor Drives International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Research (IJMTER) Volume 03, Issue 07, [July– 2016] ISSN (Online):2349–9745; ISSN (Print):2393-8161.    
“Improvements in Direct Torque Control for Induction Motor based on a Discrete SVM Technique”,  International  Journal of Scientific and Engineering research, Volume 4, Issue10, October 2013 Edition (ISSN2229-5518)    
“ Direct Torque Control for Induction Motor based on a Discrete SVM Technique National Conference on Technological Trends ,November 21-22 ,2008,CET, Trivandrum    
“Direct Torque Control for Induction Motor based on a Discrete SVM Technique” National Seminar on ‘Renewable Energy Technology : Issues and Prospects(RETIP-2010), SEPTEMBER 24-25, 2010, NERIST, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh, PP 99-140.    
“Position And Speed Control Of BLDC Motor Usinghall Sensor”  International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT)NACTET-2015 Conference Proceedings    
flux linkage based sensorless control of BLDC motor using IF control method in drilling Rig system NCRTET 2017,Caarmel engineering college during 11th  and 12th  April 2017    
Flux Linkage Based Sensorless Control Of Bldc Motor With  If Control Method” International Conference On Power And Energy System,Velammal College Of Engineering And Technology, Madurai, Tamil Nadu 2017    
Sensorless Control Of BLDC Motor Based On Flux Linkage International Conference On Innovative Development In Engineering And Applied Sciences, UKF college Of Engineering And Technology 2017.    
5 JUNA JOHN DANIEL  “Single Phase And Three Phase Supply for Same Variable Frequency Drive”, Innovative Developments in Engineering and Applied Science(IDEAS-17) at UKF College   10th and 11th   March 2014.
           
           
6 Mr. Nandan G Detection of Bearing Fault in SPWM Inverter fed Squirrel Cage Induction Motor Drive  National Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering & Technology ‘NCERTET 2017’     11th  April 2017.
Solar PV Powered SRM Drive for Electric Vehicles with Novel Flexible Energy Control International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering & Technology( NFTPCOS-17)  ISSN: 2347-6710  March 6 , 2017  March 6 , 2017
Novel Bearing Fault detectionand Analysis of Induction Motor  International Conference on Power and energy Systems-ICPES’17   21th and 22th April 2017.
Nonlinear Intelligent Control Scheme for Multiarea Automatic Generation Control  National Conference on emerging Trends in Mechatronics     10th and 11th  March 2014.
Detection of Bearing Fault Detection in Induction motor using Transformative Technique   International Conference on Innovative Developments in Engineering and Applied Science(IDEAS-17)   11th and 12th May 2017.
 Non Linear Fuzzy Control Scheme for Multi Area Automatic Generation and Control   Interscience Open Access Journal (ICEEE-2012)                                                   ISBN :978-93-81693-85-8-1.  9th June 2012. 
New Sensor System for Leakage Current Detection of Overhead Transmission Lines   National Conference on Emerging Trends in Electrical Science(NACETES 2011)    11th March 2011.
           
           
7 SREEKANTH P.K OC, UV, OV Protected Advanced automatic phase selector with invertor support NCTIMEMIC’17   6/4/17 – 7/4/17
A Comparative study of 10/8 and 10/6 switched reluctance motors in ANSYS MAXWELL NCTIMEMIC’17   6/4/17 – 7/4/17
Advanced automatic phase selector with OC, OV, UV protection & Invertor Support ICPES’17   21/4/17 – 22/4/17
A Comparative Study on torque Vs Speed Characteristics of Switched Reluctance motors in ANSYS MAXWELL NCRTET’17   11/4/17 – 12/4/17
Modelling and Simulation of SRM based Automatic Transmission System for Hybrid Vehicles in Ansys Maxwell ICCPCT-2017   20/4/17 – 21/4/17
SRM based Gear system for Electric Vehicles NACET 2K16   04-08-16
Design, Simulation and Comparison of Single Phase Bidirectional Converter 12th IEEE Indicon 2015   17/12/15 -20/12/15
An active and reactive power based current controlled transformerless converter for two way power transfer applications International Conference on Innovative Research in Engineering, Science and Management (ESM-15)   20/09/15
Integration of SVC in power system for voltage stability improvement using straight variation Approach ICETTAS’15   30/4/15 – 02/5/15
Automatic DAM with SMS warning system ICETTAS’15   30/4/15 – 02/5/15
Design of a switched reluctance motor in ansys maxwell IJIRSET Vol 6, Issue 2, February 2017  
Dynamic Brakes for DC Motor fed Electric Vehicles IJMTER Vol 3, Issue 7, July 2016  
An active and reactive power based current controlled transformerless converter for two way power transfer applications IJEECS Special Issue September 2015  
Design , Simulation, Comparison of Single phase Bidirectiponal Converters for V2G and G2V Applications IJEEE Vol 4, Issue 4, July 2015  
Comparison of configurations of bidirectional converters suitable for  V2G Technology IJAREEIE Vol 4, Issue 8, August 2015  
Plugging Braking for  electric vehicles powered by DC Motor IJMTER Vol 3, Issue 5, May 2016  
Advanced gear system for Electic Vehicles to improve its speed performance IJMTER Vol 3, Issue 6, June 2016  
8 GAYATHRI VIJAYACHANDRAN Analysis of Induction Motor with Broken Rotor Bars Using Discrete Wavelet Transform International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Research(IJMTER) ISSN(PRINT):2393-8161 Jun-16
DQ  Modeling of Induction Motor with Broken Rotor Bars in MATLAB Simulink International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Research(IJMTER) ISSN(PRINT):2393-8161 Jun-16
Analysis of Induction Motor with Broken Rotor Bars Using DWT International Conference on””Recent Innovations and Trends in Engineering and Science”(RITES-2k16) Feb-16  
Detection and Evaluation of Rotor Bar Damage in Squirrel cage Induction Motor using Magnetic Field Analysis Kerala Technological Congress(KETCON-2017 Energy Technologies)   Jul-05
9 CHAMA R CHANDRAN        
10 VIJINA K DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF FPGA BASED MULTIPURPOSE REAL-TIME CONTROLLER FOR HYBRID STEPPER MOTOR International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Research (IJMTER), e-ISSN: 2395 -0056 Volume: 03 May-16
11 ANANTHU VIJAYAKUMAR “Simulation As An Effective Tool To Compare The Performance of SPWM And SVPWM Fed Two Level Inverters” International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology(IRJET) e-ISSN: 2395 -0056 Volume: 03 Issue: 05| May-2016    
“Simulation as an Effective Tool to Compare the Performance of  Scalar And Vector Controlled Induction Motor Drive Using Pi Controller” International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Research (IJMTER) Volume 03, Issue 06, [June– 2016] ISSN (Online):2349–9745; ISSN (Print):2393-8161.    
Open fault detection in PWM VSI for asynchronous drives. International Conference On Innovative Development In Engineering And Applied Sciences, UKF college Of Engineering And Technology 2017.    
Sator current based fast fault detection method for PWM based VSI driven asynchronous machine. ” International Conference On Power And Energy System”,Velammal College Of Engineering And Technology, Madurai, Tamil Nadu (ICPES 17)    
A cost effective BLDC motor with torque ripple reduction International Conference On Innovative Development In Engineering And Applied Sciences, UKF college Of Engineering And Technology 2017.    
12 REEMA N Fuzzy Logic For Switching Fault Detection of Induction Motor Drive System International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Research (IJMTER)   Jun-16
Effects of Switching Faults on Induction Motor Drive System International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET)   May-16
Analysis of V/f control of induction motor using conventional controllers and fuzzy logic controller International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Research   Jul-16
Evolution of Solar Powered Water Pumping System International journal of innovative research in science, engineering and technology   Feb-17
Modelling of solar panel in MATLAB for solar water pumping system International Journal of Advanced Scientific Technologies, Engineering and Management Sciences (IJASTEMS)   14/06/17
Switching fault detection and analysis of induction motor drive system using fuzzy logic Advances in Green Energy (ICAGE), 2014 International Conference on. IEEE Thiruvananthapuram 2014
Switching Fault Analysis of a Three Phase Induction Motor Drive System National Conference for Technological Trendz College of Engineering TVM Aug-14
Effects of switching and electrical faults on induction motor drive system International Conference on “Recent Innovations and Trends in Engineering and science” (RITES-2k16) Sree Narayana Institute of Technology, Adoor,  Feb-16
Implementation of V/f Control of Induction Motor using PI and PID Controller International Conference on Current Advances in Electronics, Electrical and Computer Science (ICEECS) Pune,  Jun-16
Analysis of Different Types of Converters for Solar Water Pumping System IEEE International Conference on Circuit, Power and Computing Technologies Baselios Mathews II College of Engineering, Sasathamcotta, Kollam, Kerala,  April
2017
MATLAB Simulink Model of Solar Water Pumping System Using Modified TIBC National Conference on Technology Innovation in Mechatronics,
Energy Management and Intelligent 
Lourdes Matha College of
Engineering, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, 
Apr-17
Modified Converter for Solar Water Pumping System National Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering and Technology Caarmel Engineering
College, Ranny, Kerala, 
Apr-17
Comparison of DC Push Pull and Modified TIBC for Solar Water Pumping System in MATLAB Simulink International Conference on Electrical, Electronics, Computer science, Mathematics, Physical Education and Management Industrial Electronics and Electrical Engineers Forum, Chennai, Tamilnadu,  Apr-17
Comparison of Conventional and modified TIBC for Solar Powered Water Pumping System International Conference on Power and Energy Systems Velammal College of Engineering and Technology, Madurai, Tamilnadu,  Apr-17
An Efficient converter for boosting DC voltage International conference on  Engineering Humanities & Science (ICEHS-2017) Thamilnadu College of Engineering in association with Seventh Sense Research Group  5th may 2017
13 VISHNU J Maximum Loadability Assessment of IEEE 14 Bus System Using FACTS Devices Incorporating Stability Constraints International Journal of Industrial Electronics and Electrical Engineering (IJIEEE), Volume – 2, Issues – 10. (ISBN: 978-93-84209-43-8, 88-94). pp. 111-122, ISSN 0976 Dec-14
GA Based Optimal FACTS Controller for Maximizing Loadability with Stability Constraints International Journal of Electrical Engineering & Technology (IJEET), Volume-5, Issue-12 ISSN (Print): 2320 – 3765. Dec-14
Loadability enhancement of IEEE 14 bus system with wind energy penetration” International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering (IJAREEIE) ISSN (Print) :2320 – 3765. Dec-14
“PSO Based Optimal Placement & Setting Of Fuel Cell In Wind Integrated Power System For Maximizing Loadability” International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering (IJAREEIE) ISSN (Print): 2278-5140. Dec-14
“PSO Based Optimal PV Placement For Maximizing Penetration” International Journal on Advanced Computer Engineering and Communication Technology (IJACECT) ISSN (Print) :2320 – 3765. Dec-14
PSO Based Optimal Controller For Maximizing PV Penetration at Transmission Level” International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering (IJAREEIE), Volume – 3 (ISSN: 2321 – 2462), Special issue for  2015
“Integration of static VAr compensator in power system for voltage stability improvement using Straight Variation Approach” Asian Journal of Engineering and Technology (ICETTAS) ISSN (Online):2349–9745; ISSN (Print):2393-8161.  June– 2016
“STATCOM WITH POD CONTROLLER FOR REACTIVE POWER COMPENSATION” International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Research (IJMTER), Volume 03, Issue 06, [June– 2016] ISSN (Online):2349–9745; ISSN (Print):2393-8161. June– 2016
“REACTIVE POWER COMPENSATION IN INDUCTION GENERATORS BY STATCOM WITH POD CONTROLLER”, International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Research (IJMTER) ISSN (Online):2349–9745; ISSN (Print):2393-8161. June– 2016
“Vector Controlled Power Generation in a Point Absorber Based Wave Energy Conversion System” International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Research (IJMTER) ISSN: 2277-9655  July, 2016
“SSSC WITH POD CONTROLLER FOR REACTIVE POWER COMPENSATION IN INDUCTION GENERATORS” International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology, 5(7) ISSN: 2278-621X.  July 2016
“A New Strategy for Voltage Control in Induction Generators by POD Based Unified Power Flow Controller” International Journal of Latest Trends in Engineering and Technology (IJLTET), Vol 7, issue 2 ISSN: 2278-0181. Sep-16
“POD Based Vector Control of SCIG in a Point Absorber Wave Energy Conversion System”,                                                                                                                         International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT), Vol. 5 Issue 09, September-2016, ISSN: 2278-0181. International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT), Vol. 5 Issue 09 ISSN (Online): 2347-3878, 48 – 52. (Impact Factor (2015): 3.791). Jan-17
“POD Based FACTs Controller for Power Quality Enhancement in Wind Integrated System” International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Research (IJSER), Volume 5 Issue 1   Aug-14
Enhancing Stable Loading Margin by Integration of Optimally Placed STATCOM                                                                                                                                               Electric Power Components and Systems (Under Review) ISBN: 978-93-84209-43-8.  
Maximum Loadability Assessment of IEEE 14 Bus System by Using FACTS Devices Incorporating Stability Constraints Proceedings of Second IRF International Conference   Dec  2014.
A Strategy for Optimal Loading Pattern of A Typical Power System – A Case Study IEEE sponsored International Conference on Advances in Green Energy’14 (ICAGE’14)   Dec  2014.
“PSO Based Optimal Placement & Setting Of Fuel Cell In Wind Integrated Power System For Maximizing Loadability” International Conference on Energy, Environment, Materials and Safety (ICEEMS’14), CUSAT   Dec  2014.
“PSO Based Controller Algorithm For Optimal Allocation & Setting of Fuel Cell In A Wind – PV Integrated Power System for Maximizing Loadability” IEEE sponsored International Conference on Advances in Green Energy’14   Dec  2014.
“GA Based Optimal Allocation & Setting of Fuel Cell for Loadability Enhancement in IEEE 14 Bus System Based on Small Signal Stability”. International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering and Management   Dec  2014.
“PSO Based Optimal Control For Maximizing PV Penetration” IEEE sponsored International Conference on Power, Control and Embedded Systems at MNNIT Allahabad   Dec  2014.
“PSO Based Optimal Allocation & Setting of Multiple DGs in Power System for Maximizing Loadability” NCET’14, Government Engineering College Barton Hill, Trivandrum   Aug 2014.
“PSO Based Optimal Allocation Of Solar PV Generators To Maximize Instantaneous PV Penetration” Proceedings of the 27th Kerala Science Congress   Jan-15
“Novel Method for Safety of Female Passengers in Sub-Urban Trains” Proceedings of National Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering and Technology, NCRTET   Apr-17
“Performance of Wind Integrated System Incorporating POD and FOD Based FACTS Device” Proceedings of National Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering and Technology, NCRTET   Apr-17
“Improvement of Transient Stability in PMSG Based Wind Integrated System Using FOD Controlled FACTS Device” IEEE International Conference on Circuits Power and Computing Technologies (ICCPCT-2017) (Accepted)   Apr-17
“Modeling of PMSG Based Wind Integrated System in MATLAB SIMULINK” International Conference on Innovative Developments in Engineering and Advanced Sciences (IDEAS-2017) ( Accepted)   May-17

Facilities

 Research & Consultancy

In order to fit into the modern era of technology advancement, the Dept. of EEE lays considerable importance to in-house research. Due to the presence of a PG programme in the dept. in the area of Electrical Machines, much of the researches take place in this domain. These researches are carried out by the PG students, under the guidance of various faculties of the department. Some of the research topics in this domain are as follows:

  • Design of new kind of electrical machines, for e.g. Design of rotary linear Switched Reluctance Motor for applications involving hybrid motion
  • Position, speed & torque control of various electrical machines through different methods, for e.g. Sensor-less control of BLDC motors
  • Development of environment friendly electric drives, for e.g. Implementation of low cost converter for an autonomous photovoltaic water pumping system
  • Development of energy saving schemes, for e.g. Energy regeneration during the braking of electric vehicles
  • Fault detection in various machines, for e.g. Novel bearing fault detection and analysis of induction machines.
  • Development of sensors for condition monitoring of electrical machines, for e.g. Development of cost-effective sensor for estimation of dissolved moisture in transformer oil

To support these researches, in addition to the regular electrical machines lab, there is a full-fledged research lab in the dept. with custom designed Induction Motor, BLDC motor and SRM motor drives and their controllers for analysis and also advanced machine design & control software such as Maxwell, Simplorer and MATLAB. Apart from the research carried out in the PG stream, many developments are also done by the UG students under the guidance of various faculties in the dept. Some of the inventions that gained public attention through their social relevance are “An advanced, cost-effective, automobile headlight dimmer system”, “An intelligent helmet that prevents drunk driving”, “Energy generation from footsteps” etc. The dept. is now in the phase of highlighting its technical expertise to the outside world and therefore, is now in talks with various industries for joint projects.

Inventor of an “An advanced, cost-effective, automobile headlight dimmer system” along with their guide Dr. Mithun M.S. A new, highly cost-effective sensor developed for estimating the dissolved moisture in transformer oil.

 

Acheviements

Best Paper Award
Author : Princy Prakash
Batch : PG, 2014-16 Batch
Conference : International conference on “Recent Innovations & Trends In Engineering & Science” (RITES-2k16) held at Sree Narayana Institute of Technology, Adoor, on 23rd February 2016.

 

4th rank in M. Tech Electrical Machines
Author : Princy Prakash
Batch : PG, 2014-16 Batch
University : Kerala University, 2016.

 

Best Paper Award
Author : Veena Chandran S
Batch : PG, 2015-17 Batch
Paper Title : Sensor less Control of BLDC Motor Based on Flux Linkage
Conference : International Conference on Innovative Developments in Engineering and Advanced Sciences at UKF College of Engineering, Kollam, May 2017.

 

Best Paper Award
Author : Anoop J R
Batch : PG, 2015-17 Batch
Paper Title : Comparison of DC Push Pull and Modified TIBC for solar water pumping system in MATLAB
Conference : International Conference on Electrical, Electronics, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physical Education and Management (ICEECMPE) at Chennai, India on 16th April 2017.

 

3rd Prize in Project Presentation
Author : Anoop J R
Batch : PG, 2015-17 Batch
Project name : Two Inductor Boost Converter for Solar PV Water Pumping System
Event : Vishweshwaraya Collegiate Project Design Competition 2017 (VCPDC 2017)

 

Placements

Sr No Student Admission No Student Name Course Belongs To Batch Placed Company Image
1 4184/2013 SIVARESMI S KUMAR B.Tech 2013-17 IBM India
2 4142/2013 NIDHI BOSE B.Tech 2013-17 IBM India
3 4177/2013 AKASH SURENDRANAtdAN B.Tech 2013-17 ALLSEC Technologies
4 4202/2013 CHANDU S PANICKER B.Tech 2013-17 SUTHERLAND Global service
5 4183/2013 SIVARESMI S KUMAR B.Tech 2013-17 SUTHERLAND Global service
6 4204/2013 SIVARESMI S KUMAR B.Tech 2013-17 SUTHERLAND Global service

Activities

‘conserVE’ –COLLEGIATE PROJECT DESIGN COMPETITION

‘conserVE’, an inter collegiate project design competition was organized by KSEBEA Alappuzha unit and Sree Buddha Engineering College, Pattoor  for engineering students on 6.4.2013. The competition aimed to encourage budding engineers to apply their imagination, enthusiasm, critical thinking and creativity to technology innovations that can contribute to nation building.

The final round of competition held on this day included presentation of the 22 selected project designs in the area of energy conservation and energy efficiency.  Sri. C.V Subramanian, General Manager, NTPC-Kayamkulam, Chief guest of the day, inaugurated the programme at Sree Budha College of Engineering, Pattor. Er. James V George, Executive Engineer, Load Dispatch Centre, delivered the plenary talk on ‘Energy crisis and load Management in Kerala’.  The cash prizes and certificates were distributed to the winners and participants in the valedictory function held at 4.00 pm on the same day. Dr. Kanaka Sabhapathi, Associate Professor and Vice Chairman, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, distributed the prizes. The project entitled ‘Production of Biodiesel From Ayurvedic Waste Oil By Solar Heating Technique’ investigated by Lakshmi. T. R., Ponni M. Mohan & Athira Raj of the host College won the first prize.

Shri. C.V Subramanian, General Manager,Sri. C.V Subramanian, General Manager, NTPC-Kayamkulam

 NTPC-Kayamkulam giving keynote address evaluating different poster presentations during Conserve `2013

TWO WEEK ISTE WORKSHOP ON CONTROL SYSTEMS, IIT KHARAGPUR

 The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, in association with IIT Kharagpur organized a two week (ISTE) workshop on Control Systems from December 2 to 12, 2014. Faculty members from various colleges attended the same. IIT Kharagpur and Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Pattoor collaborates to enhance the teaching skills of their faculties in core Engineering and Science subjects. The lecture transmission and live interaction took place in distant mode using the AVIEW technology through internet, at Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Pattoor (RCID 1302). This initiative was a part of the ‘National Mission on Education through ICT’ which was supported and funded by MHRD, Govt. of India.

 ONE DAY PGIF WORKSHOP ON MOTIVATION AND GUIDANCE FOR RESEARCH

On 13th July 2015 M Tech students of Electrical and Electronics of Sree Buddha College of Engineering organized a talk on “Motivation and Guidance for Research” under Post Graduation Interdisciplinary Forum (PGIF). Dr. Achuth Shankar. S. Nair, HOD, Department of Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, University of Kerala. The programme was organized at Electrical Dept. seminar hall. The programme started by 10 am with HOD of EEE Department, Prof. Arumugasamy welcoming the dignitaries and audience. He also shared his views on Research and importance of organizing such talks. Then Guest of Honour Dr. Achuth Shankar was felicitated by Principal. After his speech, questions were collected and were answered by the Chief Guest. The session came to an end by 12.30 pm.

The chief guest, Dr. Achuth Shankar. S. Nair inaugurating the programme

ONE DAY WORKSHOP ON RENEWABLE INTEGRATION TO KERALA GRID

A one day workshop on “Renewable Integration to Kerala grid” was organized by the Electrical & Electronics Department Association DELTA at the electrical department seminar hall on 15th October 2015. Prof. S Arumugasamy, the head of the department of EEE welcomed the gathering. Dr. S Suresh Babu, Principal, Sree Buddha College of Engineering delivered the presidential address. PG dean Dr. EK Bhass also shared the Dias. The workshop was inaugurated and conducted by Dr. Sasidharan Sreedharan, Post – Doctoral Researcher, Renewable Energy Design Laboratory, University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA. A brief description of electrical power generation and integration of renewable energy globally, nationally and state wise, were presented. The challenges of electrical power generation using renewable energy were discussed. Later, an interactive session with PG students was arranged. The function was organized by the staff coordinator of the EEE dept., Prof. Vishnu J along with the student co-coordinator Mr. Bibin Thankachan.

Dr. Sasidharan Sreedharan talk   on “Renewable Integration to Kerala grid” was organized by the Electrical & Electronics department association DELTA of Sree Buddha College of Engineering,

 NATIONAL LEVEL WORKSHOP ON “EMERGING TRENDS IN SPECIAL ELECTRICAL MACHINES”

A, Three day, national level workshop on “Emerging trends in Special Electrical Machines” was conducted by the Dept. of Electrical & Electronics Engineering of Sree Buddha College of Engineering (SBCE), Pattoor from 23rd to 25th November 2016 in the college campus for the Post Graduate (PG) students and faculties of the Dept. of Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) of SBCE as well as other colleges in Kerala. The inaugural ceremony was performed on 23-11-2016 by the chief guest of the day – Dr. Mini, Associate Professor, College of Engineering Trivandrum (CET), in the presence of Dr. Suresh Babu, Principal – SBCE, Mr. K. K. Sivadasan, Treasurer, Dr. Benny Thomas, HOD – EEE, SBCE, Dr. Bhass, PG Dean and Dr. Mithun M. S., the Workshop Coordinator. The workshop was intended to develop awareness among PG students, researchers and faculties regarding the significance of Special Electrical Machines (SEM) in today’s world owing to their much better performance features and lesser energy consumption than the conventional rotating machines that are currently used. It was attended by over 40 participants from within the college and outside. Later in the afternoon, Dr. Vijayarajeswaran, MD, VI Microsystems, presented an overview of the various controllers used for controlling these SEM. On the 2nd day, Dr. Jiji from Government Engineering College Thrissur (GECT) demonstrated the design and control of a Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machine (PMSM) using Maxwell – Simplorer software. The key-note speakers for the third day were Sri. Anish Gopinath, Scientist – Avionics Group, VSSC Thiruvananthapuram and Sri. Kedarnath, Senior Research Fellow, IIT Madras. Sri.Anish Gopinath explained how a BLDC motor can be used for electro-mechanical actuation control systems for aerospace applications, while Sri. Kedarnath presented the latest developments in sensor less control of PMSMs. The workshop finally concluded on 25-11-2016 evening, after a closing ceremony convened by Dr. Mithun, workshop coordinator.

Participants of the workshop along with Sri. Anis hGopinath and Sri. Kedarnath
 ANNUAL DISTRICT LEVEL SEMINAR SERIES COMPETITION OF KSEB ENGINEER’S ASSOCIATION HELD AT SREE BUDDHA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, PATTOOR.

 The annual district-level seminar series competition of Kerala State Electricity Board Engineers Association (KSEBEA) was held at Sree Buddha College of Engineering (SBCE), Pattoor, Alappuzha, on 14th February 2017, Tuesday, in association with the Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) Dept of the college and supported by IEEE Kerala Chapter.  The topic for this year’s competition was “Power System Harmonics – Sources, Issues and Mitigation”.

The program started with the welcome address by Dr. Mithun M.S, HOD – Dept of EEE, SBCE and the inauguration was done by college Principal, Dr. S. Suresh Babu. Er. M. Anil, Executive Engineer & Chairman – KSEBEA, Alappuzha Unit, gave the presidential address. Students from different colleges participated in the event. In addition to the seminar competition, there was also a poster competition for PG students. The winners were judged by Er. P. Raghu, Chief Engineer – KSEB (Rtd.), Er. GangadharaKurup, Dty. Chief Engineer – KSEB (Rtd.), Er. Abdul Vahid K. J., Asst. Executive Engineer, KSEB – Mavelikkara unit, and Dr. A. Prince, Assosiate Professor, R.I.T Pampady. The program was coordinated by Prof. Vishnu. J and Prof. Bibin Thankachan of Dept. of EEE, SBCE and it concluded with a vote of thanks by Er. Sambath, Unit Secretary – KSEBEA, Alappuzha.


Anil, Executive Engineer & Chairman – KSEBEA, Alappuzha Unit giving his keynote for the annual district-level seminar series competition of Kerala State Electricity Board Engineers Association (KSEBEA)
 ONE DAY PGIF WORKSHOP ON STRESS MANAGEMENT AND RELAXATION TRAINING

On 15th March 2017, M Tech students of EEE Dept. organized a talk on “Stress Management and Relaxation Training” under Post Graduation interdisciplinary Forum (PGIF). Dr. Jaico K Paulose was the speaker of the talk. He is a Consultant Psychiatrist from Believers Church Medical College, Thiruvalla. The welcome address was done by HOD Dr.Mithun M. S of EEE department. Later, the Principal, Dr. S Suresh Babu and College Treasurer Sri K. K. Sivadasan, addressed the audience. They shared their views on stress management and importance of organizing such talks. During the training, Dr. Jaico K Paulose presented various practical examples which made the programme more interesting and interactive. He talked about how to manage stress and different ways to overcome stress. The talk continued till 12 pm. The programme coordinators were Prof .Nandan G and Prof. Reema N. The student representative Ms. Anagha Basheer gave vote of thanks to the chief guest. 

Dr. Jaico K Paulose talks on “Stress Management and Relaxation Training” under Post Graduation interdisciplinary Forum (PGIF) on 15th March 2017

KARMA 2K17 (EXTENTION ACTIVITY)

            KARMA, a social welfare initiative of the student fraternity of Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) of Sree Buddha College of Engineering (SBCE), Pattoor took place at Mavelikara General Hospital from 25th Feb 2017 to 27th Feb 2017. It was flagged off by Sri. R. Rajesh, MLA, on 25th February 2017 and students, along with the staff of the EEE dept. performed the electrical renovation of two blocks of the hospital. The programme ended up with dedication ceremony on 27th February 2017. The valedictory meeting was presided by Dr. Mithun M S, HOD, Dept. of EEE. The renovated wards were dedicated by Dr. S Suresh Babu, Principal, Sree Buddha College of Engineering to the nursing Superintendent C. Rosamma. Staff coordinators of the EEE dept, Prof. Vishnu J and Prof. Bibin Thankachan along with the student co-coordinators, Mr. Munna Dev S and Ms. Amritha Ganesh and other staff and students of the dept. were present during the dedication ceremony

 Sri. R. Rajesh, MLA, during his speech at Mavelikkara General Hospital on 25th February2017

‘INITIUM’ – 2017, A ONE DAY MANAGERIAL AND PRODUCT DESIGN WORKSHOP

 The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering in association with IEEE conducted a one day ‘Managerial And Product Design Workshop’ named as ‘Initium’ for benefit of students. This workshop was all about developing the managerial and product design skills of students. This was conducted on 9th March 2017 from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm. The resource person was Mr. Thomson Tom. Students of various departments including ECE and CSE participated in the workshop and enriched their knowledge and skill in product designing. Mr. Thomson Tom conducted a contest which all students participated in groups of seven. They were asked to design a product which helps to address any recent issue which affects the society badly. Different groups came with different ideas and all of them designed products as per their own ideas and imaginations.

Dr. S Suresh Babu Inaugurating the one day workshop on ‘Managerial And Product Design Workshop’along with resource person Mr. Thomson Tom and  HoD-EEE, Dr. Mithun M S .

 


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