In control system laboratory, students can observe the time response of second order system with various controllers like P, PI, PD, PID and determine the damping factor, rise time, peak time and settling time. Students can determine the transfer function of AC servomotor, DC servomotor and DC motor by conducting suitable tests. Students find the error between the desired output and the obtained output using Synchros. Further, the students compensate the noted error using the suitable compensator, for example, lead or lag or lag-lead compensator. Stability analysis is done using Bode plot, Root locus and simulate the same using MATLAB software.

In addition to the above, students perform an Open Ended Experiment (OEE) as the part of laboratory curriculum.

S.No. Name of the Equipments
1Synchro transmitter and receiver
2Magnetic Amplifier
3Lead-Lag compensator
4P,PI,PID controller trainer kit
5DC servomotor
6AC servomotor
7DC Motor
8Temperature controller using PID .



From Electrical Circuits and Simulation Laboratory, the students will be exposed to gain the knowledge on Basic Electrical circuit components and connections to make real electrical circuits for the verification of different theorems. This lab will also help the students to analyze Network theorems in theoretical as well as practical perspectives. For instance, understanding the concepts of resonance, bandwidth and quality factor when the RLC Circuit is connected in series and parallel. Furthermore, the student can also be able to write and run the programs using softwares like B2Spice, Ngspice or MATLAB to get desired wave forms of voltage, current, power etc. Simulation related experiments are done in Electrical Simulation Lab.

S.No. Name of the Equipments
1Desktop computers
2Cathode Ray Oscilloscope
3 Function generators
4Regulator DC power supplies
53-phase inductive load
6Trainer kits etc



This lab is equipped with AC machines, DC machines and various measuring instruments. It provides hands on experience on real time machines. The students are able to analyze characteristics and understand the suitability of machines for a particular application. This lab is mainly utilized for undergraduate students.

S.No. Name of the Equipments
1.DC Shunt Generator coupled to DC Shunt motor Set Generator : 3.5KW, 220V, 1500 rpm Motor (3.5KW): 5HP, 220V, 1500 rpm (+ Base plate + coupling + starter)
Make : Kirloskar
2.DC Series Generator coupled to DC Series Motor Set Generator : 3.5KW, 220V, 1500 rpm Motor : 5HP, 220V, 1500 rpm (+ Base plate + coupling + starter)
Make : Kirloskar
3.Identical DC Shunt motor and Shunt Generator Set Generator : 3.5KW, 220V, 1500 rpm Motor : 5HP, 220V, 1500 rpm (+ Base plate + coupling + starter) Make : Kirloskar
4.DC Shunt Motor with Mechanical Loading Arrangement, Motor: 5HP, 220V, 1500 rpm Make : Kirloskar
5.3-Phase Squirrel cage Induction Motor with brake drum arrangementMotor : 3-, 5HP, 415V, 50Hz, 1500 rpm , Make : , Make : Kirloskar
6.1-Phase Squirrel cage Capacitor start & run Induction motor Motor : 1-, 1HP, 230V, 50Hz, 1500 rpm, Make : Crompton Greaves
7.DC Shunt Motor with Mechanical Loading Arrangement, Motor: 5HP, 220V, 1500 rpm Make : Kirloskar
8.3-Phase Alternator Coupled with DC Shunt Motor Set Alternator : 3-Phase, 4KVA, 415V, 50Hz Motor : 5HP, 220V, 1500 rpm (+ Base plate + coupling + starter),Make : Kirloskar
9.DC Compound motor with Mechanical Loading Arrangement Motor: 5HP, 220V, 1500 rpm (+ Base plate + starter) Make : Kirloskar
10.DC Compound Motor coupled to DC Compound Generator Set Generator : 3.5KW, 220V, 1500 rpm Motor : 5HP, 220V, 1500 rpm (+ Base plate + coupling + starter),Make : Kirloskar
11.1-Phase Transformer a) Scott Connected Transformer Rating: 3 KVA, 115/230V, 50Hz with tapping of 50%, 86.6% and 100% on HV side
12.Main Distribution Panel with suitable meters and indicating lamps and mounted with individual circuit breakers for DC and AC Machines
13.Sub panels for each machines with indicating lamps, volt meters and a suitableON-OFF knife switch and fuse units. The terminals used on the sub panel for connections are made up of brass metal with nickel coating.
14.Salient pole, Rotor wound, Stator Excited synchronous Alternator 5KVA with breakdrum arrangement Make: Benn
15.Salient pole, synchronous Alternator 3.5KVA coupled to 5HP DC shunt motor Make: Benn a) 3-point starter,Field regulator,Base plate and coupling
16.Transformer-rectifier unit, complete with indicating lamps, Ammeters and Voltmeters on the input and output side. Input : 360-470V, 3-phase, 50Hz, AC. Output : 0-240V, DC 100-Amp Static rectifier unit Input : 230V, 1-phase, 50Hz, AC Output : 0-6/12V, 0-15/30V, 0-30/60V, DC 10-Amp
17.Mfg. & Supply of JEPICA Indian make Electrical Machine Trainer/Demonstration Kit Experiments.
18.DC Shunt Generator coupled to DC Shunt Motor Set Generator: 3.5KW, 220 V, 1500 rpm, Motor : 5HP 220 V, 1500 rpm, Make: Jepica, (Base Plate+Coupling+Starter)
19.DC Series Generator coupled to DC shunt motor set. Generator : 3.5KW, 220v Motor : 5 HP, 220 V, 1500 rpm Make:Jepica (Base Plate+Coupling+Starter)
20.3 Phase Slipring Induction Motor With mechanical Loading arrangements. Make:Jepica
power electronics


In power electronics laboratory, students can study the detailed characteristics of various power semiconductor devices. Students can perform experiments on various converters like AC-DC rectifiers, DC-DC converters, DC-AC inverters, and AC-AC converters. Students first simulate the above mentioned converters using MATLAB/Simulink and verify the results using custom made equipment.

In addition, students will have hardware exposure, where they design and develop various converters using PCBs and the required components mounted on them as a part of Open Ended Experiment.

S.No. Name of the Equipments
1.Single phase AC voltage controller
2.Single phase fully controlled bridge converter
3.Single phase IGBT inverter
4.Three phase fully controlled bridge converter
5.Series inverter
6.Single phase bridge inverter
7.Parallel inverter
8.DC Jones chopper
9.Forced commutation study unit
10.PWM inverter drive with motor


The power Converters lab is for post graduation students (M.Tech, Power Electronics), which mainly emphasizes on the performance and characteristic analysis of various power electronic converters and their applications in electric drives. The power converters play a vital role in the non conventional sector like solar, wind, etc., the characteristic study of PV array, Maximum power point tracking and inverter applications are being performed using solar PV system.

S.No. Name of the Equipments
1.Chopper PMDC motor control module
2.Thyristorised converter unit
3.PMDC motor set
4.Four quadrant chopper unit
5.12V DC motor with speed sensor
6.Controlled rectifier module
7.Firing unit
8.DC shunt motor
9.Chopper power module
10.Chopper firing unit
11.Three phase auto transformer
12.Cyclo-converter power circuit with firing circuit
13.Loading rheostat 100 Ohm/2A
14.Motor – 1/2HP AC induction motor
16.Three phase wound rotor induction motor
17.Isolation transformer
18.Controlled rectifier module
19.Rheostat 230 Ohm/3A
20.Inductance 250 mh/3A
21.Isolated Gate drive circuit for MOSFET/IGBT based circuits
22.Opto-coupler based MOSFET/IGBT driver circuit-6 inputs
23.SKYPER-32 based driver circuit with level shifter for 3 leg inverter with built in protection
24.Characteristics of Solar PV systems a) 12V/100Watts Solar panel b) I/V and P/V characteristics study panel with meters c) Variable resistive load
25.Maximum power point tracking charge controller a) 12v/100watts solar panel b) MPPT controller c) Variable resistive load
26.Inverter control for Solar PV based systems,12V/100Watts Solar panel
27.Solar inverter - 500VA
Electronics Stimulation Lab


Electrical simulation laboratory is one of the vital and important subjects in the field of electrical engineering. In power system simulation laboratory, students are particularly directed towards the analysis of power system behaviour for secure and reliable operation. Amid various analytical studies of power systems, transient stability, fault analysis, short circuit analysis, and harmonic analysis are the most important focus. Further, in this laboratory, students get concrete concepts about power system planning and operation with application of state-of-the-art commercial and open source analytical software tools such as, MATLAB, Mi-POWER, PSCAD, MATPOWER, PSAT, etc.

Some of the Major Equipments available:

35 terminals with configuration

Intel ® Core ™ i3 2100 CPU @ 3.5 Ghz processor,


500 GB ROM (Hard Disk).

Licensed Softwares available in the lab : Mi-Power Ver 6.0, MATLAB R2015a, PSCAD X4, B2SPICE, NI