Dr. R.V SRINIVASAMURTHY
Prof & Head , EEE Department HOD
About the EEE Department
The Department of Electrical & Electronics was established in 2011-12 with an intake of 60 students. The department is headed by Professor R. V. Srinivasa Murthy, M.E.,(Ph.D.) who has 30 years of teaching experience in India & abroad.
Greetings from the EEE department,
It gives me an immense joy to lead Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department of this esteemed and prestigious institution.
To promote academic growth, we offer state of art programmes for the students and faculty members. The department aims in developing human potential to its fullest so that intellectuals capable of being an asset to the country can emerge. The Department comprises of Staff members who have achieved excellence in teaching, research and innovations. The department has specialized faculties in all important areas of Electrical Engineering such as Power Systems, Power Electronics & Drives, Also, the department works in the direction of nurturing the faculties and exposing them to world class infrastructure.
With the ever growing demand of Electrical Engineers in all sectors, the EEE Department is making best efforts to give the society highly knowledgeable, trained and capable engineers who have hands on experience and would be ready to face challenges of the real world. Our Department consists of various laboratories like Basic Electrical Engineering, Power Electronics and Drives and Machines equipped with the new technological set ups giving the scope to all students having a hands on experience individually, which will increase their confidence to face the practical problems in the field of Electrical Engineering.
The department conducts various programs under the department such as Workshops, Technical Training, Guest Lectures and Seminar by Experts from Industry and Academic background for constant knowledge up-gradation of staff and students. This activity helps to know the latest technologies, in the field of Electrical Engineering. Industrial visits are regularly organized to improve the practical knowledge of the students and to have a interaction with the industry people.
I am extremely happy to be associated with this department, one of the core and oldest branch of Engineering that is and now including the applications of Electronics for controlling Electrical Devices and renamed as Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
I thank our management, researchers, teachers, alumni and students for their continuous support and cooperation. We continue to play a leading role in our discipline which leads us towards creating innovative and effective professional graduate community which would vivacious and provide continuous learning. I extend my warm wishes to all budding Electrical Engineers.
To prepare the best professional Engineers in the field of Electrical Engineering to face the challenges of power industry.
The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering will make the best effort to promote an intellectual, ethical and technological environment to the students.
Goals of the Department
• Continuous enhancement of academic performance of students and staff.
• To connect the students to the latest advancements in the field of Electrical Engineering through workshops, technical talks and paper publications.
• To set up institution/ industry tie up for training and placement.
• To arrange for training programmes.
• Curriculum review and development.
• To setup department association for conducting various activities by the students for their overall development
Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff Detailes
Name : Dr.R.V SRINIVASAMURTHY
Designation : Prof & HOD Of EEE Department
III Sem Laboratory:
Electrical Machine I Lab
1. To provide the students a chance to put theory into practice.
2. To get familiar with DC machines, Transformers, synchronous machines and induction motors and give them experimental skills.
3. To calculate the various parameters and characteristics of the Electrical machine.
4. To understand the basic principles of operation of rotating electric machines, their classification, and basic efficiency and performance characteristics.
5. To understand the operation and basic configuration of AC machines, including the synchronous motor and generator, and the induction machine.
The students should read the laboratory description in advance, in order to refresh the knowledge acquired during the courses. They also should make a plan of the work-flow.
During the laboratory classes, the students must have the text of the current laboratory and a notebook. They will note the results of the experiments, the answers to different questions that can be found in the text as well as the answers for the questions addressed by the professor.
Before the actual laboratory work starts, the professor will verify if the students have the required theoretical knowledge for the the current laboratory. These tests will provide an assessment of 20% of the final grade. If it is considered that the student does not have the necessary knowledge for the lab, because he does not read the text in advance, the student will be denied the right to continue laboratory work.
IIIrd year laboratory
DC MACHINE AND SYNCHRONOUS MACHINE LABORATORY
1 To provide the students a chance to put theory into practice.
2 To get familiar with DC machines, Transformers, synchronous machines and induction motors and give them experimental skills.
3 To calculate the various parameters and characteristics of the Electrical machine.
4 To understand the basic principles of operation of rotating electric machines, their classification, and basic efficiency and performance characteristics.
5 To understand the operation and basic configuration of AC machines, including the synchronous motor and generator, and the induction machine.
Transformers and induction machine lab
1. To learn testing methods of single phase transformers
2. To learn testing of induction motors for various loads
3. To conduct experiment to draw V and inverted v curves for synchronous motor
4. To calculate Xd and Xq of a salient pole synchronous motor
5. To learn about different losses of AC machines 6. To learn about different tests
on AC machines.
IVth year laboratory
High Voltage laboratory
The aim for establishing the High Voltage Laboratory was to support the study about high voltage insulator performance in the Kingdom. Later to that, the HV lab capabilities were expanded to cope with increasing needs for research and testing about high voltage equipment and to support the teaching and training of students in the electrical engineering department. The HV Lab is equipped with high voltage AC, DC and impulse sources. Additional measuring and sample preparation equipment are also available to support the lab work. At the same time, the HV Lab is assisted by the Research Institute diversified facilities. This paper will present the current facilities and services of the HV Laboratory, in addition to future planes to enhance the Lab. It was clear that the services of the HV Lab, especially to make type, acceptance and special testing for locally manufactured electrical equipment, are highly needed. The Lab is looking for broadening its capabilities and services to address the local utilities and industry testing needs.
IIIrd year laboratory
Control System Laboratory
1- To familiarize the students with the analog computer
2- To help the students understand and practice the modeling, simulation, and implementation of a physical dynamical system by a linear time invariant ordinary differential equation
3- To highlight the electrical modeling of a second order system and analyse the under-damped, over-damped and critically damped cases
4- To study the effects of poles and zeros location in the s-plane on the transient and steady state behaviour
5- To study the effects of Lead, Lag and Lag-Lead series compensator on a second order system transient and steady state system response.
Computer Aided Engineering Drawing
Accurately generated and easily modifiable graphical representation of the product. The user can nearly view the actual product on screen, make any modifications to it, and present his/her ideas on screen without any prototype, especially during the early stages of the design process. n Perform complex design analysis in short time.
Implementing Finite Elements Analysis methods the user can perform: n Static, Dynamic and Natural Frequency analysis, Heat transfer analysis, Plastic analysis, Fluid flow analysis, Motion analysis, Tolerance analysis, Design optimisation n Record and recall information with consistency and speed.
In particular the use of Product Data Management (PDM) systems can store the whole design and processing history of a certain product, for future reuse and upgrade.
EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES OR EVENTS
Visit to Solar power plant and Hydel power plant , at Shivana Samudram ( Shimsha), Mandya District
Extra Curricular Activities
EEE jathree April 2017
Climate Science Quiz 2017
Industrial visit for 8th sem students
Soft Skill Training
smart grid technical talk
Alumni meet and farewell 2018
Alumni meet and farewell 2018 organised by dept of EEE on and chief guest for the event is Dr. Srivani S G, Associate professor RVCE Bangalore. Presided by Dr.K Channkeshavalu, Principal EWIT and Dr. Srinivasamurthy R V HOD dept of EEE
Project Exhibition 2018
Project exhibition 2018 organised by dept of EEE on 19/05/2018. This event was inaugurated by Dr. Channkeshavalu Principal EWIT and Judges for the event is Dr. Chandrashekar badachi ,Associate professor MSRIT Bangalore and Dr R V Srinivasamurthy prof and head Dept of EEE.
Felicitation Program 2018