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Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical Power)


SYLLABUS

(updated on 2016-2017 Intake)
 

First Year in Electrical Power Engineering

First Semester

M 11011 Myanmar (2-0-0) (2 Credit Points)
 စကားပြေ - သူရဲကောင်းလဂွန်းအိန်၊ မယ်မျှင် ၊ စာဘူးတောင်း ၊ ကျောင်းသားများနှင့်အလုပ်။ ကဗျာ - ဂမ္ဘီသာရပျိူ့ ၊ တွေးမိတိုင်း ၊ ဝံသာနုအထည်ဘွဲ့ ၊ ဗြောသ။ံ ဘာသာစကား - မျိူးချစ်စိတ်ဓာတ် ရှင်သန်ထက်မြက်ရေး မြန်မာဆိုရိုးစကားများ ၊မြန်မာစကားပုံကောက်နုတ်ချက်။ ဘာသာစကား - မြန်မာသဒ္ဒါ ၊ အက္ခရာစဉ် ၊ ရုံးသုံးမြန်မာစာ။ ဗဟုသုတ ဖတ်စာ - လောကနီတိ ၊ မြန်မာ စကားပုံ ကောက်နှုတ်ချက်။
 
E 11011 English (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Cambridge English for engineering (Unit 1 to 5), Grammar for IELTS (Unit 1 to 12)
 
EM 11001 Engineering Mathematics I (4-1-0) (4.5 Credit Points)
            Functions, Limits and Continuity, Differentiation, Application of Derivatives, Integration
 
E.Ch 11011 Engineering Chemistry (3-1-2) (4.5 Credit Points)
            Atomic and Molecular Structure, Principle of Chemical Equilibrium, Chemistry of Engineering Materials, Metals and Their Applications
           
E.Ph 11011 Engineering Physics (2-1-2) (3.5 Credit Points)
            Mechanics Kinematics: Measurement(measuring things; the international system of units; changing units, length ; time; mass); Motion in One Dimension (motion; position and displacement; average velocity and position and displacement; average velocity and average speed; instantaneous velocity and instantaneous speed; acceleration; constant acceleration; a special case, another look at constant acceleration ; average acceleration and instantaneous acceleration; freely-falling objects; graphical integration in motion analysis); Vectors(vectors and scalars, adding vectors and the law of Physics, multiplying vectors); Motion in Two Dimensions with constant acceleration(position and displacement; average velocity and instantaneous velocity; and average acceleration and instantaneous acceleration; Projectile motion, practical in uniform circular motion , tangential and radial acceleration, relative velocity and relative acceleration)
Kinetics: The concept of Force (Newton’s First Law and Inertia Frames, mass, Newton’s Second Law, the gravitational force and weight, Newton’s Third Law, Analysis models using Newton’s Law, Energy of a system (work done by a constant force, the scalar product of two vectors, work done by a varying force, kinetic energy and work-kinetic energy theorem, potential energy of a system, conservative and nonconservative forces, relationship between conservative forces and potential energy, energy diagram and equilibrium of a system, conservative of energy, (nonisolated system and isolated system, situations involving kinetic friction, changes in mechanical energy for nonconservative forces, power , Liner momentum and Collisions(liner momentum; isolated and nonisolated system (momentum),Collision in one dimension and two dimension, the centre of mass, system of many particles(deformable system and rocket propulsion), Rotation of a rigid object about a fixed axis; angular and translational quantities, rotational kinetic energy, calculation of moments of inertia, torque, rigid object under a net torque, energy considerations in rotational motion, rolling motion of a rigid object, Angular momentum; The vector product and torque, nonisolated system(Angular momentum), Angular momentum of a rotating rigid object, isolated system (Angular momentum), Static Equilibrium and Elasticity: Rigid object in Equilibrium; Elastic Properties of Solids. Fluid Mechanics: Pressure, Variation of Pressure with Depth, Pressure measurements. Buoyant forces and Archimedes’s principle, Fluiddynamics, Bernoulli’s equation.
Oscillations and Mechanical Waves
            Oscillatory Motion: Motion of an Object Attached to a Spring. Analysis Model: Particle in Simple Harmonic. Energy of the Simple Harmonic Oscillator, Comparing Simple Harmonic Motion with Uniform Circular Motion, The Pendulum, Damped Oscillation, Forced Oscillations, Wave Motion: Propagation of a Disturbance, Analysis Model: Travelling Wave, The Speed of Waves on Strings, Reflection and Transmission, Rate of Energy Transfer by Sinusoidal Waves on Strings, The Linear Wave Equation. Sound Waves: Pressure Variation in Sound Waves, Speed of Sound Waves, Intensity of Periodic Sound Waves, The Doppler Effect. Superposition and Standing Waves: Analysis Model: Waves in interference, Standing Waves, Analysis Model: Waves Under Boundary Conditions, Resonance, Standing Waves in Air Columns, Standing Waves in Rods and Membranes, Beats: Interference in Time, Nonsinusodial Wave Patterns.
Thermodynamics
            Thermal Physics: Temperature and the Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics, Thermometers and the Celsius Temperature Scale, The Constant-Volume Gas Thermometer and the Absolute Temperature Scale, Thermal Expansion of Solids and Liquids, Macroscopic Description of an Ideal Gas, Heat and Internal Energy, Specific Heat and Calorimetry, Latent Heat, Work and Heat in Thermodynamic Processes, The First Law of Thermodynamics, Some Applications of the First Law of Thermodynamics, Energy Transfer Mechanisms in Thermal Process, Molecular Model of an Ideal Gas, Molar Specific Heart of an Ideal Gas, Adiabatic Processes for an Ideal Gas, The Equipartition of Energy, Distribution of Molecular Speeds of Thermodynamics, Heat Engines And the Second Law, Heat Pumps and Refrigerators, Reversible and Irreversible Processes, The Carnot Engine, Gasoline and Diesel Engines, Entropy and the second Law, Entropy on a Microscopic Scale.
 
ME 11011 Basic Engineering Drawing (1-0-2) (2 Credit Points)
            Lettering; Engineering Geometry and Geometrical Construction; Multi-View representation and Conventional practices; shop process and shop items; Dimension and specifications; Sectional views and sectioning conventions
 
EP 11011 Principle of Electrical Engineering I (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Atom, Methods of Electricity Products, Electrical States and Precautions, Electrical shock, Materials and Tools used for Electrical Engineering, Electrical Effects, Electrical terms and DC Circuits
 

Second Semester

M 12011 Myanmar (2-0-0) 2 Credit Points
            စကားပြေ- သတိတရား ၊ ပန်းဘဲရွာမှာ အပ်သွားရောင်းနိုင်အောင်ကြိုးပမ်းရမည် ၊ ပုဂံမြို့ ဟောင်းနှင့်ကျွန်တော် ၊ အမျိူးသားယဉ်ကျေးမှု။ ကဗျာ- ရွှေရုပ်သွင် ၊ စည်းစိမ်ရှင် ၊ တို့တိုင်းပြည် ၊ ပန်းပုဆရာ၏အပြုံး။ ဘာသာစကား - မြန်မာစာလုံးပေါင်းသတ်ပုံ ၊ မြန်မာအဘိဓာန်။ ဘာသာစကား - အနှစ်ချူပ် ၊ သင်္ဂဇာ စကားပုံ ကောက်နှုတ်ချက်။ ဗဟုသုတ ဖတ်စာ - တိုင်းရင်းသားစကားပုံ ကောက်နှုတ်ချက် ၊ စာစီစာကုံး။ 
E-12011 English (2-1-0) 2.5 Credit Points
            Cambridge English for engineering (Unit 6 to 10), Grammar for IELTS (Unit 13 to 25)
 
EM-12002 Engineering Mathematics II (4-1-0) 4.5 Credit Points
            Technique of Integration, Permutation Combination and Mathematical Induction, Conic Section, Lines, Circles, Complex Numbers, Probability Theory
 
E-Ch 12011 Engineering Chemistry (3-1-2) 4.5 Credit Points
            Corrosion and its Prevention, Electrochemistry, Solution Technology of Water and Solid State, Polymers and Polymerization
           
E.Ph 12011 Engineering Physics (2-1-2) (3.5 Credit Points)
            Electricity and Magnetism Electric Fields: Properties of Electric Charges, Charging Objects by Induction, Coulomb’s Law, The Electric Field, Electric Field of a Continuous Charge Distribution, Electric Field Lines, Motion of a Charged Particle in a Uniform Electric Field, Gauss’s Law : Electric Flux, Gauss’s Law, Application of Gauss’s Law  to Various Charge Distributions, Conductors in Electrostatic Equilibrium, Electric Potential, Electric Potential and Potential Difference, Potential Difference in a Uniform Electric Field, Electric Potential and Potential Energy Due to Point Charges, Obtaining the Value of the Electric Field from the Electric Potential, Electric Potential Due to Continuous Charge Distributions, Electric Potential Due to a Charged Conductor, The Millikan Oil- Drop Experiment, Applications of Electrostatics, Capacitance and Dielectrics, Definition of  Capacitance, Calculating Capacitance, Combinations of Capacitors, Energy Stored in a Charged Capacitor, Capacitors with Dielectrics, Electric Dipole in an Electric Field, An Atomic Description of Dielectrics, Current and Resistance: Electric Current, Resistance, A Model for Electrical Conduction, Resistance and Temperature, Superconductors, Electrical Power, Direct-Current Circuits: Electromotive Force, Resistors in Series and Parallel, Kirchhoff’s Rules, RC Circuits, Household Wiring and Electrical Safety, Magnetic Fields: Magnetic Fields and Forces Motion of a Charged Particle in a Uniform Magnetic Fields, Applications Involving Charged Particles Moving in a Magnetic Field, Magnetic Force Acting on a Current- Carrying Conductor, Torque on a Current Loop in a Uniform Magnetic Field, The Hall Effect, Sources of the Magnetic Field: The Biot-Savart Law, The Magnetic Force Between Two Parallel Conductors, Ampere’s Law, The Magnetic Field of a Solenoid, Gauss’s Law in Magnetism, Magnetism in Matter, Faraday’s Law of Induction, Motional emf, Lenz’s Law, 4 Induced emf and Electric Fields, Generators and Motors, Eddy Currents, Inductance: Self-Induction and Inductance, RL Circuits, Energy in a Magnetic Field, Mutual Inductance, Oscillations in an LC Circuit, The RLC Circuit, Alternating- Current Circuits: AC Sources, Resistors in an AC Circuit, Inductors in an AC Circuit, Capacitors in an AC Circuit, The RLC Series Circuit, Power in an AC Circuit, Resonance in a Series RLC Circuit, The Transformer and Power Transmission, Rectifiers and Filters, Electromagnetic Waves: Displacement Current and the General Form of Ampere’s Law, Maxwell’s Equations and Hertz’s Discoveries, Plane Electromagnetic Waves, Energy Carried by Electromagnetic Waves, Momentum and Radiation Pressure, Production of Electromagnetic Waves by an Antenna, The Spectrum of Electromagnetic Waves
Light and Optics: The Nature of Light and the Principles of Ray Optics: The Nature of Light, Measurements of the Speed of Light, The Ray Approximation in Ray Optics, Analysis Model: Wave Under Reflection, Analysis Model: Wave Under Refraction, Huygens’s Principle, Dispersion, Total Internal Reflection, Image Formation, Images Formed by Flat Mirrors, Images Formed by Spherical Mirrors, Image Formed by Refraction, Image Formed by Thin Lenses, Lens Aberrations, The Camera, The Eye, The Simple Magnifier, The Compound Microscope, The Telescope, Wave Optics: Young’s Double- Silt Experiment, Analysis Model: Waves in  Interference, Intensity Distribution of the Double-Slit Interference Pattern, Change of Phase Due to Reflection, Interference in Thin Films, The Michelson Interferometer, Diffraction Patterns and Polarization: Introduction to Diffraction Patterns, Diffraction Patterns from Narrow Slits, Resolution of Single-Slit and Circular Apertures, The Diffraction Grating, Diffraction of X-Rays by Crystals Polarization of Light Waves,
Modern Physics Relativity: The Principle of Galilean Relativity, The Michelson-Morley Experiment, Einstein’s Principle of Relatively, Consequences of the Special Theory of Relativity, The Lorentz Transformation Equations, The Lorentz Velocity Transformation Equations, Relativistic Linear Momentum, Relativistic Energy, Mass and Energy,  The General Theory of  Relativity, Introduction to Quantum Physics: Blackbody Radiation and Planck’s Hypothesis, The photoelectric Effect, The Compton Effect, The Nature of Electromagnetic Waves, The Wave Properties of Particles, A New Model: The Quantum Particle, The Double-Slit Experiment Model: Quantum Particle Under Boundary Condition, The Schrodinger Equation, A particle in a Well of Finite Height, Tunneling Through a Potential Energy Barrier, Application of Tunneling. The Simple Harmonic Oscillator, Atomic Physics: Atomic Spectra of Gases, Early Models of the Atom, Bohr’s Model of the Hydrogen Atom, The Quantum Model of the Hydrogen Atom, The Wave Functions for Hydrogen, Physical Interpretation of the Quantum Numbers, The Exclusion Principle and the Periodic Table, More on Atomic Spectra: Visible and X-ray, Spontaneous and Stimulated Transition, Lasers, Molecules and Solids: Molecular Bonds, Energy States and Spectra of Molecules, Bonding in Solids, Free-Electron Theory of Metals, Band Theory of Solids, Electrical Conduction in Metals, Insulators, and Semiconductors, Semiconductor Devices, Superconductivity, Nuclear Structure: Some Properties of Nuclei, Nuclear Binding Energy, Nuclear Models, Radioactivity, The Decay Processes, Natural Radioactivity, Nuclear Reactions, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Applications of Nuclear Fusion, Radiation Damage, Radiation Detectors, Uses of Radiation, Particle Physics and Cosmology: The Fundamental Forces in Nature, Positions and Other Antiparticles, Mesons and the Beginning of Particle Physics, Classification of Particles, Conservation Laws, Strange Particles and Strangeness, Finding Patterns in the Particles, Quarks, Multicolored Quarks, The Standard Model, The Cosmic Connection, Problems and Perspectives,
 
ME 12011 Basic Engineering Drawing (1-0-2) (2 Credit Points)
            Pictorial Drawing, Auxiliary Views, Developments and Intersections
 
EP 12011 Principle of Electrical Engineering II (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Alternating Current, RLC Circuit, Resonance, Poly-phase System, Electrical Measuring Instruments, Electromagnetism, Electromagnetic Induction, Transformer
 
*In house practical training: Four weeks in-house training in Department

BE EP Year I Curriculum

Second Year in Electrical Power Engineering

First Semester

E-21011 English (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Oxford English for Careers: Engineering (1) (Unit 1 to 8)
            IELTs Practice Test by Peter May (Test 1 to 2)
 
EM-21003 Engineering Mathematics III (4-1-0) (4.5 Credit Points)
            Application of Definite Integral, Integrals and Transcendental Functions, Parametric Equations and Polar Coordinates, Vectors and Geometry of Space, Linear Algebra 
 
EP-21011 Electrical Engineering Circuit Analysis I (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Introduction to Basic Components and Electrical Circuits, Fundamental Theorems, Circuit Analysis Techniques and the basic concept of capacitor and inductor
 
EP-21014 Basic Electronics I (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Semiconductor Basic, Diode, Diode Applications, Special-purpose Diodes, Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs), Thyristors and FETs
 
EP-21021 Electromechanics I (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Magnetic Circuits and Magnetic Materials, Flux Linkage, Inductance and Energy, Application of Permanent Magnet Materials, Transformers, Transformer Reactance and Equivalent Circuits, Autotransformer, Multiwinding Transformer, The Per-unit System
 
EP- 21026 Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Generating Stations, Hydroelectric Plant, Diesel Power Station, Nuclear Power Station, Gas Turbine Power Plant, Supply System, Insulators, Type of Insulators, Sag in Overhead Lines, Calculation of Sag
 
ME- 21015 Engineering Mechanics I (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
            General Principles, Force Vectors, Equilibrium of a Particle, Force System Resultants, Equilibrium of a Rigid Body, Structural Analysis, Centre of Gravity and Centroid  
 
EP 21013 Applied Electrical Engineering (Civil) (2-1-0) (Mechanical, Mining) (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Basic concepts: Digit grouping, international system of units, electric charge, electric current, electric current, voltage, independent source, power, energy.
            Resistance: Ohm’s law, resistivity, temperature effects, resistors, resistor power absorption, nominal value & tolerances, colour code, open and short circuits, internal resistance.
            Series and Parallel DC circuits: Branches, nodes, loops, meshes, series and parallel connected components, kirchhoff’s voltage law and series DC circuits, voltage division, kirchhoff’s current law and parallel DC circuits, current division, kiloohm, milliamperes method.
            DC Circuit Analysis: Cramer’s rule, calculator solutions, source transformations, mesh analysis, loop analysis, nodal analysis, dependent sources and circuit analysis. 
 

Second Semester

E-22011 English (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Oxford English for Careers: Engineering (1) (Unit 1 to 8)
            IELTs Practice Test by Peter May (Test 1 to 2)
 
EM-22004: Engineering Mathematics IV (4-1-0) (4.5 Credit Points)
            Vector-valued Function, Partial Differentiation, Multiple Integrals, Vector Analysis, Infinite Series 
 
EP-22011 Electrical Engineering Circuit Analysis II (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Sinusoidal Steady State Analysis, AC Circuit Power Analysis, Poly-phase Circuits, Magnetically Coupled Circuits and Two-port Networks
 
EP-22014 Basic Electronics II (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Rectifier, Single-phase Uncontrolled Rectifiers, Single-phase Controlled Rectifiers, Three-phase Uncontrolled Rectifiers, Three-phase Controlled Rectifiers, DC Chopper
           
EP-22021 Electromechanics II (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Electromechanical Energy Conversion Principles, Determination of Magnetic Force and Torque from Co-Energy, Analytical Techniques, Introduction to Rotating Machines, MMF of Distributed Windings, Linear Machines, Leakage Fluxes
 
EP- 22026 Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Performance of Transmission Lines, Classification of Overhead Transmission Lines, Determination of Generalised Constant for Transmission Lines, Distribution System General, Distribution Systems, Classification of Distribution Systems, AC Distribution, DC Distribution, Method of Obtaining Three-wire DC System, Overhead Vs Underground System, Connection Schemes of Distribution Systems, Requirements of a Distribution System, Design Consideration in Distribution System, DC Distribution, AC Distribution, AC Distribution Calculations, Method of Solving AC Distribution Problems, Three-phase Unbalanced Loads, Four-wire Star Connected Unbalanced Loads, Ground Detectors
 
ME- 22015 Engineering Mechanics II (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Friction, Kinematics of a Particle, Kinetics of a Particle: Force and Acceleration, Kinetic of a Particle: Work and Energy, Kinetic of a Particle: Impulse and Momentum, Planar Kinematics of a Rigid Body, Planar Kinetics of a Rigid Body: Force and Acceleration
 
EP 22013 Applied Electrical Engineering (Civil) (2-1-0) (Mechanical, Mining) (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Capacitors and Capacitance: Introduction, Capacitance, Capacitor Construction, Total Capacitance, Energy Storage, Time-varying Voltages and Currents, Capacitor Current, Single-capacitor DC Excited Circuits, RC Timers and Oscillators
            Inductors, Inductance, and PSPICE Transient Analysis: Introduction, Magnetic Flux, Inductance and Inductor Construction, Inductor Voltage and Current Relation, Total Inductance, Energy Storage, Single-Inductor DC –excited Circuits, PSPICE Transient Analysis
            Sinusoidal Alternating Voltage and Current: Introduction, Sine and Cosine Waves, Phase Relations, Average Value, Resistor Sinusoidal Response. Effective or RMS Values, Inductor Sinusoidal Response, Capacitor Sinusoidal Response
            Three-Phase Circuits: Introduction, Subscript Notation, Three-phase Voltage Generation, Generator Winding Connections, Phase Sequence, Balanced Y Circuit, Balanced Δ Load, Parallel Loads, Power, Three-phase Power Measurements, Unbalanced Circuits, PSPICE Analysis of Three-phase Circuits
 
* Practical training in department: Four weeks during the vacation.
            * Projects

BE EP Year II Curriculum


Third Year in Electrical Power Engineering

First Semester

E-31011 English (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
            English Unlimited B1 + (Intermediate) (Unit 1 to 7)
 
EM-31005: Engineering Mathematics V (4-1-0) (4.5 Credit Points)
            Complex Analytic Function, Complex Integration, Power Series, Taylor Series, Laurent Series, Integration by the Method of Residues, Conformal Mapping
 
ME-31034 Mechanical Engineering Fundamental I (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
            General Introduction, Thermodynamics, Working Substance, Systems, Control Volume, The Conservation of Energy, The Laws of Thermodynamics, The Zeroth Law, Gases and Single-phase Systems, Boyle’s Law, Ideal Gas Power Cycles, Survey of Important Gas Power Cycles
 
EP-31011 Electrical Engineering Circuit Analysis III (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Basic RL and RC Circuits, The RLC Circuit, Complex Frequency and the Laplace Transform
 
EP-31014 Power Electronics I (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Rectifiers, Single-phase uncontrolled rectifiers, Single-phase controlled rectifiers, Three-phase uncontrolled rectifiers, Three-phase controlled rectifiers, DC Choppers.
 
EP- 31021 Electrical Machine and Operation I (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Magnetic field: Magnetic circuits, Properties of magnetic materials and applications. Transformer principle: Construction, Theory of operation, Equivalent circuit, Regulation and testing, auto transformer. Three-phase Transformer: Connections, Special Connections of Transformers, Instrument transformers. Introduction to DC Machines: Commutation, Armature reaction, Internal generated voltage and induced torque. DC motor and generators: DC motor (equivalent circuit, Separately excited, shunt, series, compound and permanent magnet DC motor), DC motor starter, DC generator (equivalent circuit, separately excited, shunt, series, compound DC generator).
 
EP- 31033 Electromagnetic Field I (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Vector Analysis, Coulomb’s Law and Electric Field Intensity, Electric Flux Density, Gauss’s Law and Divergence, Energy and Potential, Currents, Conductors, Dielectrics and Capacitance.
 
EP- 31025 Electrical Measurement and Instrumentation I (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Introduction to the units of electrical substances and measurement standard; Accuracy and error in the experiments and how to analyse statistically, measurement of resistance, introduction to AC bridge and their application, Instrument transformers, magnetic measurements and electrical indicating instruments.
 

Second Semester

E-32011 English (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
            English Unlimited B1 + (Intermediate) (Unit 8 to 14)
 
EM-32006: Engineering Mathematics VI (4-1-0) (4.5 Credit Points)
            First Order Differential Equations, Linear Differential Equation of Second Order, Higher Order Linear Differential Equations, Laplace Transform, Fourier Series, Integrals and Transforms
 
ME-32034 Mechanical Engineering Fundamental II (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Introduction, Stress and Strain, Torsion, Shear Force and Bending Moment
 
EP-32011 Electrical Engineering Circuit Analysis IV (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Circuit Analysis in the s-Domain, Frequency Response and Fourier Circuit Analysis.
 
EP-32014 Power Electronics II (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Uncontrolled Rectifier, Controlled Rectifiers, Chopper, Inverter, AC Voltage Controller.
 
EP- 32021 Electrical Machine and Operation II (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Introduction to AC rotating machines: Alternating magnetic Field, magnetomotive force, induced voltage and torque of AC machine. Synchronous Machines: construction, theory of operation, induced voltage, equivalent circuit, voltage regulation, electrical and phasor diagrams, parallel operation, Three-phase Induction Motors: construction, theory of operation, equivalent circuit, power flow, regulation starting and testing. Single-phase Induction Motors: construction, theory of operation, methods of starting, equivalent circuit. Construction and Operation of Special Machines.
 
EP- 32033 Electromagnetic Field II (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
            The steady magnetic field, magnetic forces, materials and inductance, time-varying fields and Maxwell’s equations, uniform plane wave.
 
EP- 32025 Electrical Design, Estimating and Costing (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
 
           General Principles of Estimation, Residential Building Electrification, Electrification of Commercial Installation, Service Connection, Inspection and Testing of Installation, Electrical Installation for Power Circuits, Design and Estimation of Overhead Transmission & Distribution.
 
*Projects

BE EP Year III Curriculum


Fourth Year in Electrical Power Engineering

First Semester

E-41011 English (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
English Unlimited (Upper Intermediate) (Unit 1 to 7)
 
EM-41007: Engineering Mathematics VII (4-1-0) (4.5 Credit Points)
Numeric in General, Numeric Linear Algebra, Numeric in for ODEs and PDEs, Unconstrained Optimization: Linear Programming
 
EP-41027 Linear Control System I (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Introduction, Writing System Equations, Solution of Differential Equations
           
EP-41028 Programmable Logic Control I (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs): An Overview, PLS Hardware Components, Number Systems and Codes, Fundamentals of Logic, Basics of PLC Programming, Developing Fundamental PLC Wiring Diagrams and Ladder Logic Programs
 
EP-41021 Electrical Machine Design I (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Magnetic Circuit Calculations, Electromagnetics, Electrical Circuits: Armature Windings, Transformer
           
EP-41036 Design and Layout of Power System I (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Introduction, Power System Load, Planning Principles and Planning Criteria, Economic Consideration and Loss Evaluation, Topologies of  Electrical Power Systems, Arrangement in Gridstations and Substations, Voltage Control and Distribution Systems
 
EP-41042 Power System Analysis I (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
            The Admittance Model and Network Calculations. The Impedance Model and Network Calculation. Power Flow Solutions
 
EcE-42024 Computer Science I (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Introduction, Objects and Classes, Arrays and Strings, Operator Overloading and Data Types Conversion, Inheritance, pointers, Virtual and Friend Functions, Files and Streams.

Second Semester

E-42011 English (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
English Unlimited (Upper Intermediate) (Unit 8 to 14)
 
EM-42007: Engineering Mathematics VII (4-1-0) (4.5 Credit Points)
Graphs, Combinatorial Optimization, Probability Theory, Mathematical Statistics
 
EP-42027 Linear Control System I (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Laplace Transform, System Representation, Control System Characteristics
 
EP-42028 Programmable Logic Control I (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Programming Timers, Programming Counters, Program Control Instructions, Data Manipulation Instructions, Math Instructions, Sequencer and Shift Register Instructions, PLC Installation Practices, Editing, and Troubleshooting
 
EP-42021 Electrical Machine Design I (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Three-phase Induction Motor, single-phase Induction Motor, Synchronous Machine, DC Machine
 
EP-42036 Design and Layout of Power System I (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Transformers, Cable Systems, Overhead Lines, Flexible AC Transmission Systems (FACTS), Load-Flow and Short-circuit Current Calculation, Substations
 
EP-42042 Power System Analysis I (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
Symmetrical Faults. Symmetrical Components and Sequence Networks. Unsymmetrical Faults, State Estimation of Power System
 
EcE-42024 Computer Science II (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
            Computer Science, Logic Description in Pseudo Code, Control Structures, Sub-Algorithms, Introduction to Turbo C Programming, Elementary C, Standard Header File and  Their Functions, Conditional Branching Statements, Iteration Statements, Functions, Arrays, Pointer and String, Format File.
            *Projects

BE EP Year IV Curriculum


Fifth Year  in Electrical Power Engineering

First Semester

EP-51017 Modern Control System I (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
INTRODUCTION: Introduction,  A History of Control Systems, System Configurations, Analysis and Design Objectives,  The Design Process, Computer-aided Design, The Control Systems Engineer.
MODELING IN THE FREQUENCY DOMAIN: Introduction, Laplace Transform Review, The Transfer Function, Electrical Network Transfer Functions, Translational Mechanical System Transfer Functions, Rotational Mechanical System Transfer Functions, Transfer Functions for Systems with Gears, Electromechanical System Transfer Functions, Electric Circuit Analogs, Nonlinearities, Linearization.
MODELINE IN THE TIME DOMAIN:  Introduction, Some Observation, The general State-space Representation, Applying the State-space Representation, Converting a Transfer Function to State-space, Converting from State-space to a Transfer Function, Linearization.
TIME RESPONSE: Introduction, Poles, Zeros and System Response, First-order Systems, Second-order Systems, The General Second-order Systems, Under Damped Second-order Systems, System Response with Additional Poles, System Response with Zeros, Effects of Nonlinearities Upon Time Response, Laplace Transform Solution of State Equations, Time Domain Solution of State Equations.
 
EP-51014 Electrical Machine and Control I (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
            INTRODUCTION: Introduction, Power Devices and Switching, Motor Drive.
            MODELING OF MACHINES: Theory of Operation, Introduced EMF, Equivalent Circuit and Electromagnetic Torque, Electromechanical Modeling, State-space Modeling, Block Diagram and Transfer Functions, Field Excitation, Measurement of Motor Constants, Flow Chart of Computation.
            PHASE-CONTROLLED DC MOTOR DRIVES: Introduction, Principles of DC Motor Speed Control, Phase-controlled Converters, Steady-state Analysis of the Three-phase Converter-controlled DC   Motor Drive, Two-quadrant, Three-phase Converter-controlled DC Motor Drive, Transfer Functions of the Subsystems, Design of Controllers, Two-quadrant DC Motor Drive with Field Weakening, Four-quadrant DC Motor Drive, Converter Selection and Characteristics, Simulation of the One-quadrant DC Motor Drive, Harmonics and Associated Problems, Sixth-harmonics Torque, Application Considerations, Applications, Parameters Sensitivity.
            CHOPPER-CONTROLLED DC MOTOR DRIVE:  Introduction, Principal of Operation of the Chopper, Four-quadrant Chopper Circuit, Chopper for Inversion, Chopper with Other Power Devices, Model of the Chopper, Input to the Chopper, Other Chopper Circuits, Steady-state Analysis of Chopper-controlled DC Motor Drive, Rating of the Devices, Pulsating Torques, Closed-loop Operation, Dynamic Simulation of the Speed-controlled DC Motor Drive, Application.
 
EP-51022 Power System Protection I (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
INTRODUCTION TO PROTECTIVE RELAYING: What is Relaying?, Power System Structural Considerations, Power System Bus Configurations, The Nature of Relaying,  Elements of a Protection System,  International Practices.
RELAY OPERATING PRINCIPLES:  Introduction, Detection of Faults, Relay Designs, Electromechanical Relays, Solid-state Relays, Computer Relays, Other Relay Design Considerations, Control Circuit: A Beginning.
CURRENT  AND VOLTAGE TRANSFORMERS: Introduction, Steady-state Performance of Current Transformers, Transient Performance of Current Transformers, Special Connections of Current Transformers, Linear Couplers and Electronic Current Transformers, Voltage Transformers, Coupling Capacitor Voltage Transformers, Transient Performance of CCVTs, Electronic Voltage Transformers.
            NONPILOT OVERCURRENT  PRODUCTION OF    TRANSMISSION LINES: Introduction, Fuses, Sectionalizers and Reclosers,  Inverse, Time-delay Over Current Relays, Instantaneous Over Current Relays,  Directional Over Current Relays, Polarizing.
            NONPILOT DISTANCE  PRODUCTION OF TRANSMISSION LINES: Introduction, Stepped Distance Production, R-X Diagram, Three-phase Distance Relays,  Distance Relay Types, Relay Operation with Zero, Voltage,  Polyphase Relays,  Relays of Multiterminal Lines, Protection of Parallel Lines, Effect of Transmission Line Compensation Devices, Load Ability of Relays.
             PILOT PRODUCTION OF TRANSMISSION LINES: Introduction, Communication Channels,  Tripping Versus Blocking, Directional Comparison Blocking,  Directional Comparison Unblocking,  Under Reaching Transfer Trip, Permissive Over Reaching Transfer Trip, Permissive Under Reaching Transfer Trip, Phase Comparison Relaying, Current Differential, Pilot Wire Relaying, Multiterminal Lines, The Smart Grid.
 
EP-51012 Power System Stability (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
            POWER SYSTEM STABILITY: Introduction, Requirements of a Reliable Electrical Power Service, Statement of the Problem, Primitive Definition of Stability, Other Stability Problems, Stability of Synchronous Machines, Tie-line Oscillations, Effect of an Impact upon System Components, Loss of Synchronism, Synchronous Machine during a Transient, Methods of Simulation, Linearized System Equations, Large System with Nonlinear Equations.             
            THE ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICAL MODEL: Swing Equation, Units, Mechanical Torque, Unregulated Machines, Regulated Machines, Electrical Torque, Synchronous Torque, Other Electrical Torques, Power-Angle Curve of a Synchronous Machine, Classical Representation of a Synchronous Machine in Stability Studies, Synchronizing Power Coefficients, Natural Frequencies of Oscillations of a Synchronous Machine,     System of One Machine against an Infinite Bus -The Classical Model, Equal Area Criterion, Critical Clearing Angle, Application to One-machine Systems, Equal Area Criterion for a Two-machine System, Classical Model of a Multi-machine System,            Classical Stability Study of a Nine-Bus System, Data Preparation, Preliminary Calculations, Shortcomings of the Classical Model.
            SYSTEM RESPONSE TO SMALL DISTURBANCES: Introduction,  Types of the Problems Studied, System Response to Small Impacts, Distribution of Power Impacts, The Unregulated Synchronous Machine, Demagnetizing Effect of Armature Reaction, Effect of Small Changes of Speed, Modes of Oscillation of an Unregulated Multimachine System, Regulated Synchronous Machine, Voltage Regulator with One Time Lag, Governor with One Time Lag, Distribution of Power Impacts, Linearization.
 
EP-51043 Electromechanical Energy Conversion (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
INTRODUCTION TO ELECTROMECHANICAL ENERGY CONVERSION:  What is Electromechanical Energy Conversion?, Analogies between Electric and Magnetic Circuits, Losses in Ferromagnetic Cores, Inductor, Two Magnetically Coupled Electric Circuits, Doubly-excited Rotary Device, Basic Coordinates and Parameters of Systems, Energy and Co-energy, Force and Torque Balance Equations.
RANSFORMERS: Single-phase Transformer, Three-phase Transformer, Autotransformer, Scott Transformer.
SWITCHED-RELUCTANCE MACHINES:  What is a Switched Reluctance Machine?, Construction, Aligned and Unaligned Positions, Electromagnetic Torque, Electromagnetic Torque Derived from Co-energy, Power Electronics Converters for SRMs, Advantages and Disadvantages, Applications of SRMs, Steady-state Performance Characteristics, Design Recommendation.
            DC MACHINES: Function and Objective, Principle of Operation, Construction of DC Brush Machine, Armature Winding, Fundamental Equations, Armature Reaction,  Classification of DC Machines According to Armature and Field   Winding Connections,  DC Generators, DC Motors, Computed-wound motor, Braking, Permanent Magnet DC Commutator Motors.
 

Second Semester

EP-52017 Modern Control System I (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
REDUCTION OF MULTIPLE SUBSYSTEM:  Introduction, Block Diagrams,  Analysis and Design of Feedback Systems, Signal-flow Graphs,  Mason’s Rule, Signal-flow Graphs of State Equations,  Alternative Representations in State Space, Similarity Transformations.
STABILITY: Introduction, Routh-Hurwitz Criterion, Routh-Hurwitz Criterion: Special Cases, Routh-Hurwitz Criterion: Additional Examples, Stability in State Space.
STEADY-STATE ERRORS:  Introduction,  Steady-state Error for Unity Feedback Systems, Static Error Constants and System Type, Steady-state Error Specifications,  Steady-state Error for Disturbances, Steady-state Error for No Unity Feedback System,  Sensitivity, Steady-state Error for Systems in State Space.
ROOT LOCUS TECHNIQUES:  Introduction, Defining the Root Locus,  Properties of the Root Locus, Sketching the Root Locus, Refining the Sketch, An Example, Transient Response Design Via Gain Adjustment,  Generalized Root Locus, Root Locus for Positive-feedback, Pole Sensitivity.
 
EP-52014 Electrical Machine and Control I (2-0-1) (2.5 Credit Points)
POLYPHASE INDUCTION MACHINES: Introduction, Construction and Principle of Operation, Introduction Motor Equivalent Circuit, Steady-state Performance Equations of the Induction Motor, Steady-state Performance, Measurement of Motor Parameters, Dynamic Modeling of Induction Machines, Dynamic Simulation, Small-signal Equations of the Induction Machine, Evaluation of Control Characteristics of the Induction Machines, Space-phasor Model, Control Principal of the Induction Motor.
PHASE-CONTROLLED INDUCTION MOTOR DRIVES: Introduction, Stator-voltage Control, Slip-energy Recovery Scheme.
            FREQUENCY-CONTROLLED INDUCTION MOTOR DRIVES: Introduction, Static Frequency Chargers, Voltage-source Inverter, Voltage-source Inverter Driven Induction Motor, Current-source Induction Motor Drives.
 
EP-52022 Power System Protection I (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
ROATATING MACHINERY PROTECTION:  Introduction, Stator Faults, Rotor Faults, Unbalanced Currents, Overload, Overspeed, Abnormal Voltages and Frequencies, Loss of Excitation,  Loss of Synchronism, Power Plant Auxiliary System, Winding Connections, Startup and Motoring, Inadvertent Energization, Torsional Vibration, Sequential Tripping.
            TRANSFORMER PROTECTION: Introduction, Overcurrent Protection,  Percentage Differential Protection, Causes of False Differential Currents, Supervised Differential Relays, Three-phase Transformer Protection, Volts-per Hertz Protection, Nonelectrical Protection, Protection Systems for Transformers.
            BUS, REACTOR AND CAPACITOR PROTECTION:  Introduction to Bus Protection, Overcurrent Relays, Percentage Differential Relays,  High-impedance Voltage Relays, Moderately High-impedance Relays, Linear Couplers, Directional Comparison,  Partial Differential Protection, Introduction to Shunt Reactor Protection, Dry-type Reactors, Oil-immersed Reactors, Introduction to Shunt Capacitor Bank Protection, Static Var Compensator Protection, Static Compensator
 
EP-52002 Economic Operation of Power System (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
            INTRODUCTION: A Perspective, The Components of a Power System, Power system and Computers, Planning and Operating Problems, Resource and Equipment Planning, Operating Planning, Real-Time Operation, Artificial Intelligence and Neural Networks, Fuzzy Theory in Power System.                     
            ECONOMIC LOAD DISPATCH OF THERMAL GENERATING UNITS: Introduction, Generator Operating Cost, Economic Dispatch Problem on a Bus Bar, Limit Constraint Fixing, Optimal Generation Scheduling, Economic Dispatch Using Newton-Raphson Method, Economic Dispatch Using the Approximate Newton-Raphson Method, Economic Dispatch Using Efficient Method, Classical Method to Calculate Loss Coefficients, Loss Coefficient Calculation Using YBUS, Loss Coefficients Using Sensitivity Factors, DC Load Flow, Power Loss in a Line, Generation Shift Distribution (GDS) Factors, Generalized Generation Shift Distribution (GGSD) Factors, Derivation of GGDF, Evaluation of B-Coefficients, Transmission Loss Coefficients, Transmission Loss Formula: Function of Generation and Loads, Economic Dispatch Using Exact Loss Formula, Economic Dispatch Using Loss Formula which is Function of Real and Reactive Power, Economic Dispatch for Active and Reactive Power Balance, Evaluation of Incremental Transmission Loss, Alternative Method to Evaluate Incremental Loss, Economic Dispatch Based on Penalty Factors, Optimal Power Flow Based on Newton Method, Limits on Variables, Decoupled Method for Optimal Power Flow, Optimal Power Flow Based on Gradient Method, Inequality Constraints on Control Variables, Inequality Constraints on Dependent Variables
            OPTIMAL HYDROTHERMAL SCHEDULING: Introduction, Classification of Hydro Plants, Long- Range Problem, Short- Range Problem, Hydro plant Performance Models, Glimn-Kirchmayer Model, Hildebrand’s Model, Hamilton-Lamonts’s Model, Arvanitidis-Rosing Model, Short-Range Fixed-Head Hydrothermal Scheduling, Thermal Model, Hydro Model, Equality and Inequality Constraints, Transmission Losses, Discrete Form of Short-Range Fixed-Head Hydrothermal Scheduling Problem, Initial Gauss, Alternative Method for Initial Gauss, Newton-Raphson Method for Short-Range Fixed-Head Hydrothermal Scheduling, Approximate Newton-Rephson Method for Short-Range Fixed-Head Hydrothermal Scheduling, Short-Range Variable-Head Hydrothermal Scheduling Classical Method, Thermal Model, Hydro Model, Reservoir Dynamics, Equality and Inequality Constraints, Transmission Losses, Discrete Form of Short-Range Variable-Head Hydrothermal   Scheduling Problem, Approximate Newton-Raphson Method for Thermal Generations, Initial Guess, Approximate Newton-Raphson Method for Short-Range Variable-Head, Hydrothermal Scheduling, Hydro Plant Modeling for Long-Term Operation,  Hydro Plants on Different Water Streams, Hydro Plants on the Same Water Streams, Multi-Chain Hydro Plants, Pumped Storage Plants, Long-Range Generation Scheduling of Hydrothermal Systems, Fuel Cost, Water Storage Equation, Hydro Generation, Power Balance Equation, Optimal Control Strategy, Direct Root Method.
 
EP-52043 Electromechanical Energy Conversion (2-1-0) (2.5 Credit Points)
WINDINGS OF AC MACHINES: Construction or Windings, Winding Diagrams, Electromotive Force Induced in a Winding by Rotating Magnetic Field, Distribution Factor and Pitch Factor, Higher Harmonics of EMF, Magnetic Field Produced by a Signal Coil, Magnetic Field of a Phase Winding, Magnetic Field of a Three-phase Winding, Influence of Magnetic Saturation, MMF of a Two-phase Winding, MMF of a Single-phase Winding.
            INDUCTION MACHINES: Construction, Fundamental Relationships, Equivalent Circuit, No-load and Locked-rotor Tests, Torque-speed Characteristics, Starting, Induction Motors that use Skin Effect in the Rotor Winding, Speed Control, Inverter-fed Induction Motor Capabilities, Braking, Connection of a Three-phase Motor to a Single-phase Power Supply, Induction Motors with Copper Cage Rotor, Abnormal Operating Conditions, Single-phase Induction Motors
            SYNCHRONOUS MACHINES: Construction, Classification of Synchronous Machines, Electromotive Force Induced in Armature Winding, Armature Reaction, Generator and Motor Operation, Operation at No Load, Operation at Short Circuit, Phasor Diagram of Synchronous Machine with Non-salient Pole Rotor and Unsaturated Magnetic Circuit, Phasor Diagram of Synchronous Machine with Non-salient Pole Rotor and Saturated Magnetic Circuit, Steady-state Characteristics of Synchronous Turbo Alternator, Losses and Efficiency, Exciters, Operation of Synchronous Generators, Silent-pole Rotor Synchronous Machine, Aircraft Generators, Synchronous Motor, Synchronous Reluctance Motors, Written Pole Motors.
            PERMANENT MAGNET BRUSHLESS MOTORS: Permanent Magnet Motor Drives, Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors, Air-gap Magnetic Flux Density,  Phasor Diagram, Characteristics, Starting, Permanent Magnet DC Brushless Motors
*Integrated Design Projects

BE EP Year V Curriculum


Sixth Year  in Electrical Power Engineering

First Semester

EP-61033 Computer Aided Electrical Engineering (1-0-1) (1.5 Credit Points)
            Power Flow Analysis, Optimal Dispatch of Generation, Balanced Fault, Symmetrical Components and Unbalanced Fault, Stability
 
EP-61014 Electrical Safety and Ethic (1-0-0) (1 Credit Points)
            Basic Definitions and Nomenclature, Fundamentals of Electrical Safety, Mathematical Principles of Electrical Safety, The Earth, Effects of Electric Currents Passing Through the Human Body and Safety Requirements, Testing the Electrical Safety
 
EP-61012 Power System Reliability (1-0-0) (1 Credit Points)
            Power System Reliability, Analysis of Distribution System Reliability, Reliability Improvement by Protection System
 
HSS-61011 Humanities and Social Science (4-0-0) (4 Credit Points)
            Introduction to Humanities and Social Science, Engineering Ethics, Occupational Safety and Health, Environmental Science, Introduction to Internal Relations, Engineering Communication
 

Second Semester

Graduation Project/ Internship Program/ Mini Thesis
Mini Thesis Credit Point = 9
Internship Program = 4

BE EP Year VI Curriculum