Electrical & Electronics Engineering

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.

VISION

To create skilful Electrical & Electronics Engineers with societal commitment

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

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

The Undergraduate Program in Electrical & Electronics Engineeering will:

PEO1: Provide adequate technical knowledge in electrical & electronics engineering to pursue careers in industries and academics.

PEO2: Inculcate a culture to pursue lifelong learning to accomplish professional and personal excellence.

PEO3: Mould graduates with ethical values, continuously catering to the societal needs

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

The graduates of the program should be able to:

PO1. Engineering Knowledge:
Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, to the solution of complex problems in Electrical & Electronics Engineeering

PO2. Problem Analysis:
Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex Electrical & Electronics Engineeering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO3. Design / Development of Solution:
Design solutions for complex Electrical & Electronics Engineeering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO4. Conduct investigation of complex problems:
Use research based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions, related to Electrical & Electronics Engineeering.

PO5. Modern Tool Usage:
Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction, modeling and analysis to complex Electrical & Electronics Engineeering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO6. The Engineering and Society:
Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

PO7. Environmental and Sustainability:
Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

PO8. Ethics:
Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO9. Individual and Team Work:
Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO10. Communication:
Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

PO11. Project Management and Finance:
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

PO12. Life-long Learning:
Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)

Electrical & Electronics Engineeering graduates will be able to:

PSO1. Design electrical systems in conformity with industrial practices.

PSO2. Use modern hardware and software platforms to design, analyze and implement electrical and electronic systems.

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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Facilities

The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering is dedicated to the current needs of industry with the flexibility to tune its programmes according to the different requirements. Application of the state of the art technology in various fields is one of the main focuses in the activities of the department. The department is well equipped for training the students with a streamlined curriculum that provides an ambient atmosphere for learning and acquiring new skills. The department focuses on providing sound theoretical background as well as good practical exposure to the students for their future endeavors.Hence the following laboratories are actively utilised

Electrical Machines Lab
Power system & High Voltage Engg Lab
Measurements and Instrumentation Lab
Electronics Circuits Lab
Power Electronics Lab
Systems and Control Lab
Microprocessor and software Lab
Electrical and Electronics Workshop
PG Systems Lab
PG Research Lab
Seminar Hall

 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)

 

Activities

5 DAY FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON
‘RECENT ADVANCES IN INDUSTRIAL DRIVES & CONTROL’

A 5 day, faculty development programme on ‘Recent Advances in Industrial Drives & Control’ was hosted from 09th to 13th July 2018 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 FDP was formally inaugurated on 9/7/2018 by Dr. B. Premlet, Professor in Physics, MES Institute of Technology and Management, Chathannoor & Former HoD, Dept. of Physics, T K M College of Engineering, Kollam, in the presence of Dr. S. Suresh Babu, Principal, SBCE, Sri. K. K. Sivadasan, Treasurer, SBCE, Prof. Vinod V P, HOD, EEE, SBCE, Mr. Vishnu J and Ms. Gayathri V, FDP Coordinators, by lighting the lamp.
The FDP was intended to develop awareness among PG students, researchers and faculties regarding the significance of Modern trends in modelling, simulation and control of complex systems for various new generation applications. In order to maximize the industrial efficiency, new technologies for control, drive systems and power electronic applications are to be incorporated in system design to reduce operating cost and to improve quality of services. Through this programme, it was intended to introduce recent developments in Power Electronics Devices, Circuits and its applications. Practical sessions on drives for special electrical machines, Maxwell Tools, Simulink etc. was provided.
The FDP was attended by 33 participants, which included 10 external participants. The invited talks in the FDP highlighted the latest designs of various Electrical Drives available in the market, their control algorithms and its special applications. Hands-on sessions were conducted by VI Microsystems, Chennai, PACE Lab, Cochin & TIERA Pvt. Ltd., Trivandrum. The key-note speakers of each day were from reputed institutions within India. The forenoon session on first day was handled by Dr. B. Premlet, who explained the applications of Electro Magnetic Theory in Electrical Drives. Later in the afternoon, Dr. Akash Rajan & Mr. Shino G Babu, TIERA Pvt. Ltd., Trivandrum, conducted a hands-on session on ‘Introduction to FPGA Controllers in LabVIEW’. The second day was handled by Dr. K.A. Navas, Associate Professor & Head, Department of ECE, Govt. Engineering College Kannur. The full day session mainly focused on the Introduction, Basics & Design of Converters. On third day, there was a hands-on session on Real Time Implementation – Application of MATLAB – Power Electronics & Drives by PACE Lab, Cochin headed by Mr.Aslam. On the fourth day, the forenoon lecture was conducted by Sri. A.D.Ranganathan, BEE Certified Energy Manager, Senior Resource Person of EMC & Former Executive Engineer, KSEB on Devices & Controls in Energy Management and afternoon lecture by Dr. Shankar N on Introduction to Controllers, optimization techniques & LabVIEW software. On the last day, a hands-on session was conducted by VI Microsystems, Chennai on Special Electrical Machnies & Drives. The FDP was finally concluded on 13-072018 evening, after a closing ceremony convened by Prof. Vinod V P, HOD, EEE.

Foundation Program in ICT for Education on 08th March 2018 to 12th April 2018

IIT Bombay conducted a Two-Week AICTE approved FDP for college Faculties on ”Foundation Program in ICT for Education” from under Blended MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) at Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Pattoor (Remote Center of IIT Bombay, RCID 1302). This FDP is conducted under the Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya National Mission on Teachers and Training. Live recording of the course and other created content are released under Open Source, through a portal. As this FDP is not subject-specific, teaching faculty from any domain, including faculty from management, polytechnics, science, arts and commerce are able to participate. Teachers registered in a Masters or a Ph.D program, during their employment as a teacher and participants, who have not certified in the earlier FDPs (2016 and 2017), are also eligible to participate. Additionally, participants should have basic familiarity with computer. The FDP is coordinated by Dept. of Electrical & Electronics and the coordinator was Mr. Vishnu J, Assistant Professor & Dept. Association Secretary, EEE Department.
This Two-week FDP consists of two components as follows:
1. Online work by individual participants
2. Face-to-Face interaction

Teachers who participated in this program have to attend the tutorial and lab sessions conducted in the remote centers. In this regard, the face to face interaction was conducted on 24th & 25th March 2018 at Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Pattoor. The lecture transmission and live interaction took place indistance mode using A-VIEW technology through internet at the selected remote centers acrossthe country. 22 Participants were registered for the FDP, in which 4 are external participants. 18 participants attended all the sessions (3 internal and 1 external participants didn’t attend) and actively interacted with the IITB teachers.

This FDP is classified in to Part-I (FDP101x) & Part-II (FDP201x). The registration for FDP201x – “Pedagogy for Online and Blended Teaching-Learning Process” will be limited to participants, who successfully complete the FDP101x. Most of the participants successfully completed FDP101x with good scores. The participants have submitted the assignments on or before the deadline. I hope that this active participation of faculties will make this program a success one.

Pedagogy for Online and Blended Teaching-Learning Process [3rd May 2018 to 30th May 2018]
IIT Bombay conducted a Two-Week AICTE approved FDP for college Faculties on ”Pedagogy for Online and Blended Teaching-Learning Process” from 3rd May 2018 to 30th May 2018 under Blended MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) at Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Pattoor (Remote Center of IIT Bombay, RCID 1302). This FDP is conducted under the Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya National Mission on Teachers and Training. Live recording of the course and other created content are released under Open Source, through a portal. As this FDP is not subject-specific, teaching faculty from any domain, including faculty from management, polytechnics, science, arts and commerce are able to participate. Teachers registered in a Masters or a Ph.D program, during their employment as a teacher and participants, who have not certified in the earlier FDPs (2016 and 2017), are also eligible to participate. Additionally, participants should have basic familiarity with computer. The FDP is coordinated by Dept. of Electrical & Electronics and the coordinator was Mr. Vishnu J, Assistant Professor & Dept. Association Secretary, EEE Department.

The registration for FDP201x – “Pedagogy for Online and Blended Teaching-Learning Process” was limited to participants, who successfully completed the FDP101x. The participants
have submitted the assignments on or before the deadline. I hope that this active participation of faculties made this program a success one.

NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EMERGING TRENDS IN GREEN ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGIES (NCETGET ’18)

Engineering Education for Facing the Future (E2F2’18) is the second annual conference Series organized by Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Pattoor. The conference series was co-sponsored by the Kerala State Council for Science Technology and Environment and Government of Kerala. It was held during April 17-18, 2018. It was a common forum for academics, industrial experts, researchers and students of engineering and technology to present their research findings, discuss recent advancements and to explore future directions in the emerging areas. About 250 technical papers were accepted in this event, which consist of six national conferences covering the focal themes of; Advances in civil, Mechanical and Bio- engineering, Green Electrical technologies, VLSI and embedded systems technology and Advanced computing and communication.
National Conference on Emerging Trends in Green Electrical Technologies (NCETGET ’18) conducted by Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering was on the theme “Green Electrical Technologies” started on April 17 2018. Dr. Pinkymol K P, Associate professor, EEE, Saintgits College of Engineering Kottayam was the chief external reviewer of event for both days. Out of the 26 registrations obtained, 19 papers were from internal participants and 7 papers from external participants. The Best paper award was rewarded to Sooraj O.S, Mithun M.S [Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Pattoor] on the topic Estimating Moisture in Transformer oil, utilising a HV De-emulsification process and the Second best paper was awarded to Ajmi S, K L Sreekumar [GEC Barton Hill, Thiruvananthapuram] on the topic A Hybrid Converter with Sequential Multilevel AC and Boosted DC outputs. The program concluded with a valedictory session on 18th April 2018, 2.30pm. Best paper awards were presented to the participants by the chief reviewer and HoD, EEE.
Total Registration Amount collected is Rs. 18800
Internal Participants : 19
Internal Participants : 7
Venues: 2 Technical sessions : 8
Organizing Committee
NCETGET’18 Convener: Nandan G
Stage Committee : Mr. Sreekanth P K
Registration Committee: Ms. Reema N
Hospitality Committee : Ms. Gayathri V
External expert : Dr.Pinkymol K P, Associate professor, EEE, Saintgits college of Engineering, Kottayam
Co-chairs : Mr.Shanker N, Mr. Sheleel F, Ms. Juna John Daniel, Mr. Ananthu V, Ms. Vijina K

The Best paper award was rewarded to Sooraj O.S, Mithun M.S [Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Pattoor] on the topic “Estimating Moisture in Transformer oil, utilising a HV De-emulsification process”.
Second best paper was awarded to Ajmi S, K L Sreekumar [GEC Barton Hill, Thiruvananthapuram] on the topic “A Hybrid Converter with Sequential Multilevel AC and Boosted DC outputs”.

Summary of recommendations
To involve more participants from other states.
Conference proceedings to be available to all participants during registration.
Transportation facilities need to be improved as the college is in a remote place.
Involving the people from industry so as to ensure industry interaction.
The number of External reviewers to be increased to enhance the quality of judging as if more participants internal in a department.
Online feedback system after conference recommended.

9th 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 13th March 2018, Tuesday, in association with the Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) Dept of the college and supported by IEEE PES Kerala Chapter. KSEBEA has been regularly conducting this competition for the last 8 years, in order to enhance the understanding of up-coming electrical engineers in the domain of Power System. The topic for this year’s competition, was “Electric Mobility and Power Utilities – Challenges and Solutions” was organised in association with department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
The program started with the welcome address by Prof. Vinod V. P., HOD – Dept of EEE, SBCE and the inauguration was done by college Treasurer, Mr. K. K. Sivadasan. Er. M. Anil, Executive Engineer, Transmission Division, Mavelikkara – KSEBEA, Alappuzha Unit, gave the presidential address. The winners were judged by, Er. Gangadhara Kurup and Er. M. Anil. The program was coordinated by Prof. Vishnu. J, Association Secretary of Dept. of EEE, SBCE and it concluded with a vote of thanks by Er. Sambath, Unit Secretary – KSEBEA, Alappuzha. The winners are: First – Mr. Manu B. & Mr. Arun Prasad (EEE, S8)
Second – Mr. Deepak Das Pillai & Mr. Chandu Chandran (EEE, S4)

ELECTROTSAV 2K18
The inauguration of annual activities of the association of Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) Department (TACHYONS) for the Year 2018-’19 – “ELECTROTSAV 2K18” was held at Sree Buddha College of Engineering (SBCE), Pattoor, Alappuzha, on 9th February 2018, Friday. The programme was organized at Conference hall, Central Library Block. The programme started with the welcome address by Mr. Vishnu J, Assistant Professor & Department Association Staff Secretary, EEE Department and the inauguration was done by Mr. Sreekumar M K, Energy Efficiency Engineer, BPCL, Cochin Refinery. Dr. S. Suresh Babu, Principal, SBCE, Pattoor gave the presidential address. Prof. Vinod V P, HoD of EEE department presented department annual report 2017 in front of the august audience. Mr. K K Sivadasan, Treasurer, SBCE, Pattoor has delivered felicitation speech. Vote of thanks was delivered by Anandhu Ramesh of S8 EEE.
Later Mr. Sreekumar M K, Energy Efficiency Engineer, BPCL, Cochin Refinery & Mr. Azeem K, Founder & Senior Consultant, Alenso Energy, Kochi delivered a Technical session on Energy Conservation and Sustainable Energy respectively with various practical examples, which made the talk more interesting and interactive. As a part of the programme, two inter department competition such as poster presentation, concept Power Point Presentation and Project Expo were conducted at EEE Department. Students from various schools along with the faculty members visited to watch “ELECTROTSAV 2K18”. The winners are: Concept PPT
First – Ms. Fathima Thangal & Ms. Alisha Moni (CE, S4)
Second – Mr. Kishor Manohar & Ms. Rajeswari A (CE, S4).
Poster Presentation
First – Mr. Alwin Godly (EC, S2)
Second – Ms. Lekshmi (EC, S2).

TECHNICAL AWARENESS & EXTENSION ACTIVITY PROGRAMME – AN OUTREACH PROGRAMME
The association of Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) Dept. (TACHYONS) of Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Pattoor has conducted a ‘Technical Awareness & Extension Activity Programme’ – An Outreach Programme on “Energy Conservation & Management” at CBM Higher Secondary School, Nooranad on 31st January 2018 for first/second year Plus Two students.
The programme started by 1.00 pm at smart class room. Some electrical energy saving tips, energy consumption by different electrical equipment, usage of various electrical equipment, calculation of monthly electricity bill, etc. were explained. The programme was attended by staff coordinators of the EEE dept, Prof. Ananthu Vijayakumar, Prof. Vijina K and Department Staff Secretary Prof. Vishnu J along with the student co-coordinators Mr. Anandhu Ramesh, Mr. Vignesh R, Ms. Malavika Anil and Ms. Aiswarya B of S8 EEE. By 2:30pm the programme was concluded.

INITIUM 2K18
Kick your life before anyone else does!!!
IEEE student branch of Sree Buddha College of Engineering organized a one day “Managerial and Entrepreneurial Workshop” which was held on 30th January 2018. Welcome speech was given by Ass Prof Vijina K, Dept. of Electrical and Electronics .The inauguration was done by chief guest Shri Binu Sankar, who was also the resource person of the event. Principal Dr S Suresh Babu delivered the presidential address, followed by felicitations from K K Sivadasan Thampy, Treasurer, SBCE. Head of the Department, Electrical and Electronics, SBCE. Vote of thanks was given by SB Chair Manu B.
Shri. Binu Sankar who was the resource person has been with EY for 5 + years and brings over 11 years of experience in building collaboration platforms across universities, start-up community and the government.
Customer Management
He also said that a good entrepreneur must have the ability to juggle clients, trouble shoot problems oversee customer interaction with employees and ensure that customers are satisfied.
The workshop came to an end by 4pm, after that chief guest was honoured by awarding a memento from the college management.
The event got good feedback . Students from various departments of SBCE attended the workshop. External participants including the students of Sri Vellapally Natesan College of Eng. also attended the event.
The Student Branch counselor and each and every volunteer of IEEE contributed their 100% to make this event a successful one.

IEEE SPECTRUM QUIZ
The IEEE student branch has decided to conduct a quiz competition in order to increase their attention.
As a result spectrum competition on 25th January 2018 at seminar hall in Electrical and electronics department from 12:30pm to 1:30pm was conducted.
Question papers were set in such a way that total 20 questions where there.7 questions regarding IEEE, rest of the questions where general type. Students from different branch and year participated in the competition, making it a successful one. 108 students were participated from various departments.

IEEE SPECTRUM TALK-2K18
The students of department of Electrical and Electronics engineering in association with IEEE conducted a spectrum talk based on the topics in spectrum magazine as a seminar class. It was coordinated by S2 electrical and electronics department students.
This was conducted on 18th January 2018 from 12.30pm to 1.00pm.The seminar was taken by Kiran C.K, EEE S2. The topic was about “DRONES MAKE A SPECIAL DELIVERY-MOSQUITOES” The members of IEEE from 1st year, 2nd year and 3rd year B.Tech students were present in this talk.

TECHNICAL AWARENESS & ON THE JOB TRAINING PROGRAMME’ – AN OUTREACH PROGRAMME
A ‘Technical Awareness & On The Job Training Programme’ – an Outreach Programme was conducted by the association of Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) Dept. of Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Pattoor 12th January 2018. First/Second year Electrical & Electronics Technology (EET) and Civil Construction Technology (CCT) Students along with the faculty members from EVHSS, Elamannoor attended the programme.
The programme was organized at Conference hall, Central Library Block. The programme started by 11 am followed by the Welcome Address by Prof. Vinod V P, HoD of EEE department. Dr. E K Bhass, HoD, CE, Dr. Gouri Antherjanam, Professor, CE & Prof. Ambika Sekhar, HoD, ECE have delivered felicitation speech. Vote of thanks was delivered by Anandhu Ramesh of S8 EEE.
Later Dr. E K Bhass, HoD, CE, Mr. Vishnu J, Assistant Professor, EEE & Mr. Sabi S, Assistant Professor, ECE delivered a Technical session with various practical examples, which made the talk more interesting and interactive. After that the students were split into two batches. The Civil students visited various labs in CE Department. The rest of the students visited the Electrical Machines Lab & High Voltage Engineering Lab, Department of EEE. Later the students visited 50 KW On-Grid Connected roof top Solar Power Plant. Live demonstration and explanation of 50 kW On-Grid Solar panel was done by Mr. Vishnu J, Asst. Prof., EEE. By 2:30pm the programme was concluded.

‘PRABODHANA’ – ENLIGHTENMENT THROUGH SCIENCE
On 12th December 2017 Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Pattoor organized a program sponsored by Kerala State Council for Science, Technology and Environment (KSCSTE) under Science Popularization Programme. Students from NSS Polytechnic Pandalam attended the program along with the faculty members of our institution. Dr. Mithun M S, Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering was the speaker of the talk.
The programme was organized at Conference hall, Central Library Block. The programme started by 11 am followed by the Welcome Address by Prof Vinod V P, HoD of EEE department. He greeted and welcomed Polytechnic students from NSS Polytechnic Pandalam. Later on Principal Dr. S Suresh Babu addressed the dias by greeting the dignitaries on the dias, all the HOD’s, staffs and students. He also shared his views on energy conservation and
importance of organizing such talks. Then event was inaugurated by Treasurer, Sri K K Sivadasan, Sree Buddha Educational Society. Dr Mithun M S was invited to share his views. He gave a brief idea about the need for Energy Conservation in domestic households. Vote of thanks was delivered by Ms Athira Shaji, Assistant Pofessor ECE.
Later on Dr. Mithun M S related the talk with various practical examples which made the talk more interesting and interactive. After the main talk, the students were split into two batches and live demonstration and explanation of On-Grid Solar panel (50 kW) on the roof top of Computer Science Department was done by Mr. Vishnu J, Assistant Prof., EEE. The rest of the students visited the High Voltage Engineering Lab, Department of EEE where students were given live demonstration of Impulse testing by Mr Nandan G, Assistant Prof EEE. By 1:30 pm the programme concluded.

TWO DAY WORKSHOP ON ‘EMBEDDED SYSTEMS’
A Two Day Workshop on ‘Embedded Systems’ was conducted by the association of Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) Dept. of Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Pattoor on 26th & 27th October 2017 for UG and PG students, in association with MATT Engineering Equipment, Nagercoil, Kanyakumari..
The program started with the welcome address by Prof. Vinod V P, HOD – Dept. of EEE, SBCE. 47 UG students and 20 PG students from EEE & ECE departments of SBCE were participated in the workshop. The course outcome of the workshop was,
The students will understand working of various applications.
The students are encouraged to think and come up with new application ideas.
The students will be able to develop their own project.
The workshop included the study of architecture, interfacing and machine language programming for microcontroller-based systems emphasizing engineering applications of micro-controllers. Topics covered on the workshop were:
Introduction to Embedded System.
Hardware Architecture of 8051.
Basic embedded C.
Demonstration with 8051 Microcontroller.
Understanding GPIO of AVR microcontroller.
Understanding Binary concepts.
Shifting Operation.
On hands training with AVR microcontroller-(Blinking of LED).
Interfacing switches.
Introduction to Raspberry Pi.
Architecture and Hardware specifications.
Brief introduction to Linux (embedded).
Introduction to ARM11 microcontroller.
Booting the OS.
Python – programming language.
GPIOs.
Sensors & Motors.
The program was coordinated by Mr. Vishnu. J, Asst. Prof. & Dept. Staff Secretary of EEE, SBCE. The student coordinators were Anandhu Ramesh and Malavika of S7 EEE.

Power Quiz-2017
The College (preliminary) level ‘Power Quiz-2017’ competition of Kerala State Electricity Board Officers’ Association (KSEBOA) was held at Sree Buddha College of Engineering (SBCE), Pattoor, Alappuzha, on 25th October 2017, Wednesday, in association with the Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) Dept. of the college. KSEBEOA has been regularly conducting this competition since 1996, in order to motivate and enhance the understanding of up-coming electrical engineers in the domain of Power System.
The program started with the welcome address by Prof. Vinod V P, HOD – Dept. of EEE, SBCE. 47 students from different departments of SBCE were participated in the event. The winners are:
First – Manu B Pillai (EEE, S7)
Second – Akhil P Kumar (CSE, S3).
The winners are selected for district level competition. The program was coordinated by Mr. Vishnu. J, Asst. Prof. & Dept. Staff Secretary of EEE, SBCE. The student coordinators were Anandhu Ramesh and Malavika of S7 EEE. The program was concluded with a vote of thanks by Er. Santhosh K, Asst. Engineer, Edappon Substation

HRIDAYASANGAMAM
A social activity named as “Hridayasangamam” as a part of extension activity of the association of Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) Dept. at Santhwanam Charitable Society, Muttom on 1st September 2017. Special thanks to 2015-19 Batch

ISTE WORKSHOP on ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEMS
Conducted By IIT Kharagpur (NMEICT, MHRD Project) at Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Pattoor (Remote Centre ID: 1302)
Electrical Power System is a core course for any undergraduate programme in Electrical Engineering. It is expected to be the first course on this topic and is typically meant for participants who already have some introductory knowledge of Electric Circuits, Electric Machines and Control Systems. The course covered the basic foundations of Power System Analysis, which is used to assess effective Electric Power Delivery in practice. Need for renewable energy resources were also brought out during the course. Participants were exposed to usefulness of employing ICT in developing smart grids. Through this course each participant is able to learn and identify as to what comprises an Electric Power System, examine its inherent complexity and explore different ways to develop an algorithmic solution by analyzing the various alternatives and to finally develop a good practical solution that is supported by logical and theoretical justification. An important initiative was taken by IIT Bombay and IIT Kharagpur to work with Engineering Colleges of India to enhance the teaching skills of our faculty colleagues in core Engineering and Science subjects under Train Ten Thousand Teachers programme.
IIT Kharagpur conducted the ISTE Short Term Training Program for Faculties on “Electric Power System” from July 10, 2017 to July 15, 2017 under Blended MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) at Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Pattoor (RCID 1302). ISTE STTP is funded by the National Mission on Education through ICT (MHRD, Government of India). Teachers who participated in this program attended the tutorial and lab sessions conducted in the remote centres. The lecture transmission and live interaction took place in distance mode using A-VIEW technology through internet at the selected remote centers across the country.

‘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 .

 

Associations & 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. 

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.

 

PUBLICATION/CONFERENCE DETAILS

1. Amjith S, Ananthu Vijayakumar, “An Induction Generator Based Hybrid Power Generation System For Aircraft”, Engineering Education for Facing the Future 2018 (E2F2 2018) National Conference on Emerging Trends in Green Electrical Technologies (NCEGET’18), April 2018.
2. Amjith S, Ananthu Vijayakumar, “An Induction Generator Based Hybrid Power Generation System For Aircraft,” National Conference on Future Technologies in Power, Control & Communication Systems (NFTPCOS) 2018, March 2018 (Accepted for publication).
3. Amjith S, Ananthu Vijayakumar, “An Induction Generator Based Hybrid Power Generation System For Aircraft,” National Conference on Emerging Technologies (NACET 2018), March 2018.
4. Amritha Anand, Nandan G “A Novel Method of Energy Regeneration in Electric Vehicle” A Novel Method of Energy Regeneration in Electric Vehicle”, National Conference on Future Technologies in Power control and communications (NFTPCOS-18), College of Engineering Perumon, vol.1 March 2018 (Accepted in the International Journal of Innovative Research in Electrical Electronics and Communication Engineering Vol.1, Special issue march-2018).
5. Amritha Anand, Nandan .G, Sooraj .O. S, “Effective utilization of regenerative braking in electric vehicle 2018”, Kerala Technological Conference (KETCON) National Conference Proceedings, February -2018, ISBN Number: 978-93-5300-630-3.

6. Amritha Anand, Nandan .G, “An Energy Efficient Regenerative Braking System”, IEEE International Multi-conference on Computing, Communication, Electrical and Nano Technology, Mangalam College of Engineering, Ettumanoor, April -2018 (Accepted for publication).
7. Amritha Anand, Nandan .G, “A Bi-directional Buck-Boost Converter for Energy Efficient Regenerative Braking System”, Annual conference series on Engineering education for facing the future, Sree Buddha College of Engineering, April 2018.
8. Anagha Basheer, Sindhu V, “Reduction of Torque Ripples in Three- Phase Four Switch Inverter -Fed PMSM Drives using Space Vector Pulse width Modulation”, National conference on Kerala Technological Conference (KETCON’18) at Sahrdaya College of Engineering and Technology, Thrissur, on February 23, 2018.
9. Anagha Basheer, Sindhu V, “Reduction of Torque Ripples in Three- Phase Four Switch Inverter -Fed PMSM Drives using Sliding Mode Controller”, National conference on future technologies in power control & communication systems (NFTPCOS’18) at College of Engineering, Perumon, on March 17, 2018.
10. Anagha Basheer, Sindhu V, “A Novel Approach for Reduction of Torque Ripples in Three- Phase Four Switch Inverter -Fed PMSM Drives using Sliding Mode Controller”, National conference on emerging trends in green electrical technologies (NCEGET’18) at Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Pattoor, on April 17, 2018.
11. Bijimol P S, Sheleel F, R Reshma, “A proportional resonant controller based torque ripple reduction in PMSM”, Kerala technological congress (KETCON-2018 Human computer interface), Sahrdaya College of Engineering and Technology, Thrissur February 2018.
12. Bijimol P S, Sheleel F, Anagha Basheer, “Minimisation of torque ripple in PMSM using a proportional resonant control technique”, National Conference on Future Technologies

in Power, Control and Communication Systems (NFTPCOS-18), Perumon College of Engineering, March 2018.
13. Bijimol P S, Sheleel F, “Reduction of Torque Ripples in PMSM Using a Proportional Resonant Controller Based Field Oriented Control”, International Conference on Circuits, Power and Computing Technologies (ICSCS 2018), Baselios Mathews II , Sasthamkotta, April 2018.
14. Bijimol P S, Sheleel F, “Torque Ripple Mitigation in PMSM Using A Proportional Resonant Controller Based Field Oriented Control”, National Conference on Emerging Trends in Green Electrical Technologies (NCETGET’18), Sree Buddha College of Engineering, April 2018.
15. Dhanusha T, Gayathri Vijayachandran, “ Model predictive torque control of induction motor”, Kerala Technological Congress (KETCON-2018 Human Computer Interface), at Sahridaya College of Engineering, Thrissur, Feb, 2018.
16. Dhanusha T, Gayathri Vijayachandran, “ Reduction of Torque Ripples in Induction Motor Using Model Predictive Torque Control Method”, National Conference on Future Technologies in Power Control and Communication Systems NFTPCOS-18, at College of Engineering, Perumon, Kollam, March,2018.
17. Dhanusha T, Gayathri Vijayachandran, “ An efficient torque ripple reduction in induction motor using model predictive control”, International Conference on Soft Computing Systems (ICSCS 2018), at Baselious Mathews II, Shasthamkotta, April, 2018.
18. Dhanusha T, Gayathri Vijayachandran, “ Induction Motor control using Model Predictive Torque Control”, National Conference on Emerging Trends in Green Electrical Technologies(E2F2), at Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Pattoor, April, 2018.

19. Gopika Vijayan, Vinod V P, Sreejith T “An Efficient, Stand-Alone, Battery Less Photovoltaic Water Pumping System”, Kerala Technical national Conference, Feb 2018 at Sahridaya College of Engineering, Feb 2018.
20. Gopika Vijayan, Vinod V P, “Four Switch Three-Phase Inverter Fed Induction Motor for Economical and Efficient Stand Alone Solar Water Pump”, IEEE Conf. on Control, Power, Communication and Computing Technologies, March 2018 at Vimal Jyothi College of Engineering, Kannur, March 2018. (Accepted for publication).
21. Gopika Vijayan, Vinod V P, Sreejith T, “Stand-Alone, Cost Effective Photovoltaic Water Pumping System”, Int. Journ. of Innovative Research in Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation and Control Engineering at College of Engineering, Perumon, March 2018.
22. Gopika Vijayan, Vinod V P, Sreejith T, “A Comparative Analysis on Three Phase Six Switch Inverter and Three Phase Four Switch Inverter Fed Induction Motor”, Inter. Conf. on Soft Computing System at Baselious Mathews II College of Engineering, Kollam, (Accepted for publication) April 2018.
23. Gopika Vijayan, Vinod V P, Sreejith T, “A Review on Implementation of a High-Efficiency, High Lifetime, and Low-Cost Converter for an Autonomous Photovoltaic Water Pumping System”, Nat. Conf. on Emerging Trend in Green electrical Technology at Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Pattoor. April 2018
24. Jisha Anna Mathew, Juna John Daniel, “Perturb and Observe Control for Solar Photovoltaic Array Powered Zeta Converter Fed SRM Drive for Pump Application.” National Conference on Recent Innovations in Science, Engineering and Technology, Institute of Research and Journals, February 2018 (Accepted for publication).
25. Jisha Anna Mathew, Juna John Daniel, Najma Habeeb, “Switched reluctance Motor drive Water Pumping System Using Zeta Converter Powered by PV Array”, National
Conference on Future Technologies in Power, Control and Communication Systems, March 2018 (Accepted for publication).
26. Jisha Anna Mathew, Juna John Daniel, “Zeta Converter Fed Switched Reluctance Motor Drive PV Array for Pumping Application”, International Conference on Circuits, Power and Computing Technologies, April 2018 (Accepted for publication).
27. Jisha Anna Mathew, Juna John Daniel, “Control of Solar Driven Switched Reluctance Motor Using Zeta Converter in Water Pumping System”, National Conference on Emerging Trends in Green Electrical Technology, April 2018.
28. Kavya Suresh, Nandan G, “A Novel Method for Power Quality Improvement of SRM Drive Fed Three-Phase Three-Wire DG System”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation and Control Engineering (IJIREEICE), 2018, Vol. 1, Special Issue 2, ISSN 2321-2004.
29. Kavya Suresh, Nandan G, “Shunt Active Filter for Power Quality Improvement of SRM Drive fed DG System”, International Conference at Baselios Mathews II College of Engineering (BMC), Sasthamcotta, on April 19, 2018.
30. Kavya Suresh, Nandan G, “Power Quality Improvement of SRM Drive fed Distributed Generation System”, National conference on Kerala Technological Conference (KETCON’18) at Sahrdaya College of Engineering and Technology, Thrissur, on February 24, 2018, sl. No. XIII.4, ISBN Number: 978-935300-630-3.
31. Kavya Suresh, Nandan G, “Solar Photovoltaic Powered Grid Connected Inverter”, National conference on emerging trends in green electrical technologies (NCEGET’18) at Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Pattoor, on April 17, 2018.
32. Meera Murali, Sreekanth P. K, “A novel method for the torque and current ripple minimization of BLDC motor.” IEEE International Conference on Control, Power, Communication and Computing Technologies, Vimal Jyothi Engineering College, Kannur, March 2018.
33. Meera Murali, Sreekanth P. K, “A new approach for the current and torque ripple minimization of BLDC motor using phase voltage method”, National Conference on Future Technologies in Power, Control and Communication Systems, Perumon College of Engineering, March 2018.
34. Meera Murali, Sreekanth P. K, “The torque and current ripple minimization of BLDC motor using novel phase voltage method for high speed applications”, International Conference on Circuits, Power and Computing Technologies, Baselios Mathews II , Sasthamkotta April 2018.
35. Meera Murali, Sreekanth P. K, “Phase voltage control for an efficient operation of BLDC motor”, National Conference on Emerging Trends in Green Electrical Technologies, Sree Buddha College of Engineering, April 2018.
36. Meera Murali, Megha S. Pillai, “Analysis and control of commutation errors in sensorless drive of BLDC based on compensation technique”, National Conference on Future Technologies in Power, Control and Communication Systems, Perumon College of Engineering, March 2018.
37. Megha S Pillai, Vijina K, “Efficient torque and commutation ripple minimization in a BLDC Motor for industrial applications”, (KETCON-2018 Human Computer Interface), at Sahridaya College of Engineering, Thrissur, Feb, 2018.
38. Megha S Pillai, Vijina K, “ Analysis and Control of Commutation Errors in Sensorless Drive of BLDC based on Compensation Techniques”, National Conference on Future Technologies in Power Control and Communication Systems (NFTPCOS-18), at College of Engineering, Perumon, Kollam, Mar, 2018.

39. Megha S Pillai, Vijina K, “ A Novel Self Correction Torque and Commutation Ripples Reduction in BLDC Motor”, International Conference on Soft Computing Systems (ICSCS 2018), at Baselious Mathews II, Shasthamkotta, April, 2018.
40. Megha S Pillai, Vijina K, “ Design and Control of a Hoist System in a BLDC using Compensation Technique”, National Conference on Emerging Trends in Green Electrical Technologies(E2F2), at Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Pattoor, April, 2018.
41. Megha S Pillai, Vijina K, “Efficient Commutation and Torque ripples minimization in BLDC motor for Hoist applications”, IEEE International Conference on Control, Power, Communication and Computing Technologies (ICCPCCT), at Vimal Jyothi Engineering College, Kannur, March, 2018.
42. Najma Habeeb, Juna John Daniel,”Bridgeless Canonical Switching Cell (BL-CSC) Converter fed SRM Drive for Enhancing the Power Factor Correction”, International Conference on Soft Computing Systems (ICSCS 2018), Kollam, 19th & 20thApril,2018 (Accepted for Publication).
43. Najma Habeeb, BibinThankachan, “Power Factor Improvement of an Induction Motor”, International Conference on Engineering and Technology Social Science & Humanities (ECBA 2017), Rydges on Swanton Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000 Australia, July 08-09, 2017.
44. Najma Habeeb, Juna John Daniel, “Canonical Switching Cell Converter fed SRM Drive for Enhancing the PF Correction”, Kerala Technological Conference (KETCON 2018), Sahridaya College of Engineering, Thrissur, 23-24 March, 2018 (Accepted for Publication).
45. Najma Habeeb, Juna John Daniel, “Performance Evaluation of Bridgeless Canonical Switching Cell (BL-CSC) Converter fed SRM Drive for Power Factor Improvement”, National Conference on Emerging Trends in Green Electrical Technologies (E2F2 2018), Sree Buddha College of Engineering, April 06-07,2018.
46. Najma Habeeb, Juna John Daniel, “Power Quality Improvement in Bridgeless Canonical Switching Cell (BL-CSC) Converter fed SRM Drive”, National Conference on Future Technologies in Power, Control & Communication System (NFTPCOS-2018), Kollam, March 16-17, 2018 (Accepted for Publication).
47. Renjith V R, Ananthu Vijayakumar, “Modelling and Optimization of Synchronous Homopolar Machine”, IEEE International Multi- Conference on Computing, Communication, Electrical and Nanotechnology, April 2018 (Accepted for publication).
48. Renjith V R, Ananthu Vijayakumar, “Modelling and Optimization of Synchronous Homopolar Machine”, KETCON, February 2018 (Accepted for publication).
49. R Reshma, Vishnu J, Bijimol P S, “Deadbeat Predictive Current Control of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor for Electric Vehicle”, Kerala Technological Congress (KETCON-2018 Human Computer Interface), at Sahridaya College of Engineering, Thrissur, Feb, 2018.
50. R Reshma, Vishnu J, Bijimol P S, “ Electric Vehicle Control using PMSM”, National Conference on Future Technologies in Power Control and Communication Systems NFTPCOS-18, at College of Engineering, Perumon, Kollam, Mar, 2018.
51. R Reshma, Vishnu J, “ Control of PMSM by Deadbeat Predictive Current Control”, International Conference on Soft Computing Systems (ICSCS 2018), at Baselious Mathews II, Shasthamkotta, April, 2018.
52. R Reshma, Vishnu J, “Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor using Deadbeat Predictive Current Control”, National Conference on Emerging Trends in Green Electrical Technologies (E2F2), at Sree Buddha College of Engineering, Pattoor, April, 2018.

53. Riya Anna Thomas and Reema N, “Simulation and Analysis of Control Algorithms for an Open End Winding Induction Motor”, National conference on Recent Innovations in Science, Engineering and Technology, Institute of Research and Journals, Feb 2018 (Accepted for publication).
54. Riya Anna Thomas and Reema N, “Solar Powered Dual Inverter Fed Induction Motor with Open End Windings and its Control Algorithms for Pumping Applications,” National Conference on Future Technologies in Power, Control and Communication Systems, March 2018 (Accepted for publication).
55. Riya Anna Thomas and Reema N, “Modified Dickson Charge Pump and Control Algorithms for a Solar Powered Induction Motor with Open End Windings,” International Conference on Circuits, Power and Computing Technologies, April 2018 (Accepted for publication in Springer).
56. Riya Anna Thomas and Reema N,” Simulation and Comparison of Solar Powered Conventional Induction Motor with Open End Winding Induction Motor,” National Conference on Emerging Trends in Green Electrical Technologies, Department of EEE, Sree Buddha College of Engineering, April 2018.
57. Sooraj O. S, Mithun M.S, “Estimating Moisture in Transformer Oil, Utilizing A HV De-Emulsification Process”, National Conference on Emerging Trends in Green Eleltrical Technologies (NCGET’ 18), 18th April 2018.
58. Surya S Kumar and Reema N, “Fault protection and diagnosis of doubly fed induction generator based wind turbine”, Kerala Technological Conference (KETCON’18), Feb 2018.
59. Surya S Kumar and Reema N “Rotor side and grid side converter faults analysis of DFIG based wind turbine”, in National Conference on Future Technologies in Power, Control and Communication Systems, March 2018 (Accepted for publication).

60. Surya S Kumar and Reema N “Fault Analysis of DFIG Based Wind Turbine” in National conference on emerging trends in green electrical technologies (NCEGET’18), April 2018.
61. Surya S Kumar and Reema N, “Analysis of Switching Faults in DFIG Based Wind Turbine” in International conference on soft computing systems (ICSCS-2018), April 2018 (Accepted for publication in Springer).
62. Vishnu P V and Vishnu J, “Hybrid System for Sustainable Grid Voltage in Low Power Application”, National Conference on Future Technologies in Power, Control and Communication Systems, March 2018 (Accepted for publication).
63. Vishnu P V and Vishnu J “Photovoltaic –Synchronous Generator Hybrid Micro Grid System for Small Scale Application”, National conference on emerging technologies (NACET2K18), March 2018.
64. Sreejith T, Vishnu J, Gopika Vijayan, “DC MOTOR CONTROLLED NOVEL, COST EFFECTIVE ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIR”, Kerala Technological Conference, Feb 2018 at Sahridaya College of Engineering, Thrissur.
65. Sreejith T, Vishnu J, Gopika Vijayan, “TRACKBALL CONTROLLED NOVEL, COST EFFECTIVE ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIR”, IEEE Conf. on Control, Power, Communication and Computing Technologies, March 2018 at Vimal JyothiCollege of Engineering, Kannur (Accepted for Publication).


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  • ISO 9001-2008 Certified Institution
  • Professional Body Chapters & Clubs