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DAYALBAGH EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE

B.Voc. & M.Voc. IN RENEWABLE ENERGY COURSE LIST & SYLLABUS: (2017-18)

RENEWABLE ENERGY & JOB ROLE : MODULE ASSEMBLY TECHNICIAN/ MODULE SOLDERING OPERATOR SOLAR PANEL INSTALLATION TECHNICIAN SSC: Electronics (QP code: ELE Q5901) COURSE

NUMBER COURSE TITLE CREDIT END SEM.

EXAM. EXIST THEORY/

PRACTICAL

VRE101 MATHEMATICS 3.0 Yes T

VRE102 PHYSICS 3.0 Yes T

VRE103 CHEMISTRY 3.0 Yes T

VRE104 COMMUNICATION SKILLS - HINDI 3.0 Yes T

VRE105 BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 4.0 Yes T

VRE106 SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC–TECH. & SYSTEM 4.0 Yes T

VRE107 SPV ASSEMBLY & SOLDERING WORKSHOP 4.0 Yes P

VRE108 ELEMENTARY WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY 3.0 Yes T

VRE109 ELEMENTARY WORKSHOP PRACTICE 3.0 Yes P

RDC181 AGRICULTURAL OPERATIONS I 1.5 No P

RDC182 SOCIAL SERVICE 1.0 No P

GKC181 SC.METH., G.K. & CURRENT AFFAIRS I 1.0 No T

VRE201 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 2.0 Yes T

VRE202 ANALOG ELECTRONICS 3.0 Yes T

VRE203 ANALOG ELECTRONICS LAB 2.0 Yes P

VRE204 BASIC MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 3.0 Yes T

VRE205 COMMUNICATION SKILLS - ENGLISH 2.0 Yes T

VRE206 SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC-INSTALL.&OPERAT. 3.0 Yes T

VRE207 SPV INSTALLATION WORKSHOP 5.0 Yes P

VRE208 RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES 3.0 Yes T

VRE209 RENEWABLE ENERGY LAB. 4.0 Yes P

VRE210 ENGINEERING DRAWING & PRACTICE 3.0 Yes T

EGC281 INDUSTRIAL VISITS 1.0 No P

CAC281 CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES 3.0 No P

RDC282 SOCIAL SERVICE 1.0 No P

VRE301 THERMODYNAMICS AND HEAT TRANSFER 3.0 Yes T

VRE302 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS 3.0 Yes T

VRE303 NETWORK ANALYSIS 3.0 Yes T

VRE304 ENGINEERING MATERIALS 3.0 Yes T

VRE305 ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS 3.0 Yes T

VRE306 STORAGE SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE LAB 5.0 Yes P

VRE307 SPV PLANT MAINTENANCE 3.0 Yes T

VRE308 SPV MAINTENANCE WORKSHOP 5.0 Yes P

VRE309 ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT 2.0 Yes T

EGC382 PRACTICAL TRAINING 2.0 No P

GKC381 SC. METH., G.K. & CURRENT AFFAIRS - 1 2.0 No T

VRE401 ADVANCE MATHEMATICS 3.0 Yes T

VRE402 ELECTRICAL MACHINES 4.0 Yes T

VRE403 ELECTRICAL MACHINES LAB 2.0 Yes P

VRE404 ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS 3.0 Yes T

VRE405 POWER ELECTRONICS 3.0 Yes T

VRE406 POWER ELECTRONICS LAB 4.0 Yes P

VRE407 WIND ENERGY COVERSION SYSTEMS 3.0 Yes T

VRE408 WIND ENERGY LAB 4.0 Yes P

VRE409 POWER SYSTEMS 4.0 Yes T

CAC481 CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES 3.0 No P

GKC581 SC. METH., G.K. & CURRENT AFFAIRS II 1.0 No T

VRE501 INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY 3.0 Y T

VRE502 MANAGERIAL ECO.&INDUS. ORGANIZATION 3.0 Y T

VRE503 LINEAR CONTROL SYSTEMS 4.0 Y T

VRE504 CONTROL SYSTEMS LAB 2.0 Y P

ELECTIVE 3.0 Y/N T/P

VRE509 SOLAR THERMAL ENERGY SYSTEMS 3.0 Y T

VRE510 SOLAR THERMAL LAB 4.0 Y P

VRE511 ENERGY AUDIT AND MANAGEMENT 4.0 Y T

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VRE505 SEMICONDUCTOR CONTROLLED DRIVES 3.0 Y T

VRE506 ENERGY SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT 3.0 Y T

VRE507 RENEWABLE ENERGY PLANT MAINTENANCE 3.0 N P

VRE508 ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SOURCES 3.0 Y T

VRE601 VILLAGE INDUSTRIES & ENTRENEURSHIP 3.0 No P

VRE602 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 3.0 Yes T

VRE603 MICROPROCESS.& MICROCONTROLLERS LAB 4.0 No P

VRE604 SEMINAR AND GROUP DISCUSSION 2.0 No T

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VRE606 HYBRID ENERGY SYSTEM AND MICROGRID 3.0 Yes T

VRE607 BIO ENERGY & CONVERSION SYSTEMS 3.0 Yes T

VRE608 BIO ENERGY & CONVERSION SYSTEMS LAB 4.0 No P

VRE609 MAJOR PROJECT II 8.0 No P

CEC681 CULTURAL EDUCATION 2.0 No T

M.Voc.

PRE101 MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES 4.0 YES T

PRE102 NEW & RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES 4.0 YES T

PRE103 RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEM DESIGN LAB 4.0 YES P

PRE104 UTILIZATION OF SOLAR THERMAL ENERGY 4.0 YES T

PRE105 SOLAR THERMAL LAB 4.0 YES P

PRE106 ENERGY REGULATION AND POLICY 4.0 YES T

PRE201 HYBRID ENERGY SYSTEM 4.0 Yes T

PRE202 BIO MASS & BIO GAS TECHNOLOGIES 4.0 Yes T

PRE203 BIO MASS & BIO GAS TECHNOLOGIES LAB 4.0 No P

PRE204 INVERTERS AND CONVERTERS 4.0 Yes T

PRE205 ADVANCE POWER ELECTRONICS LAB 4.0 No p

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Course Number: VRE101, Course Title: MATHEMATICS

Class: B.Voc. in Renewable Energy, Status of Course: General Course, Session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 3 (L-3-0+P/S-0), Min pds./sem: 39 UNIT 1: DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS

Successive differentiation, Liebnitz theorem, Taylor’s and Maclaurin’s expansions, Indeterminate forms.

UNIT 2: DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS

Partial differentiation, Euler’s theorem, Jacobian and Maxima and Minima of functions of two or more variables.

UNIT 3: INTEGRAL CALCULUS

Review of Integration, Application of Integration to Arc length, Area bounded by Curves.

UNIT 4: VECTOR CALCULUS

Differentiation and Integration of vectors, Gradient of Scalar point function, Divergence and curl of a vector point function and their physical meanings. Line Integrals, Simple Applications.

UNIT 5: MATRICES

Linear independence of vectors, Rank of a matrix, Solution of system of Linear simultaneous equations, Characteristics roots and vectors, Cayley-Hamilton theorem.

Course Number: VRE102, Course Title: PHYSICS

Class: B.Voc. in Renewable Energy, Status of Course: General Course, Session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 3 (L-3-0+P/S-0), Min pds./sem: 39 UNIT 1: WAVES AND OSCILLATIONS

Traveling wave in one dimension, wave equation, examples, simple harmonic motion, examples:

simple pendulum, LC circuit, damped oscillation, forced oscillation and resonance, origin of refractive index, dispersion.

UNIT 2: INTERFERENCE

Division of wavefront; Coherent sources, conditions of sustained interference, analytical theory of interference fringes, Fresnel's Biprism, interference with white light, displacement of fringes.(ii) Division of Amplitude; Interference by reflected and transmitted light in a thin film, color of thin films, Newton's rings.

UNIT 3: DIFFRACTION

(i) Fresnel's Class:- Half period zones (ii) Fraunhofer's Class:- composition of n simple harmonic waves of equal amplitude, single slit, double slit, plane diffraction grating, missing orders, width of principal maxima, Dispersive power of grating.

UNIT 4: LAWS OF THERMODYNAMICS

Concept of mole, ideal gas, heat capacity, exact differential, First Law, Meyer’s relation, isothermal and adiabatic processes, work done, Second Law, Carnot engine, Carnot’s theorem, Kelvin’s scale of temperature, Clausius’ theorem and entropy, First Law revisited, statistical interpretations of temperature and entropy.

UNIT 5

Elasticity and Viscosity: Definition of elastic constants and their relation, Torsion of a cylinder, Bending of a beam, Cantilever, Beam supported at its ends and loaded in the middle. Streamlined and turbulent flows, equation of continuity, critical velocity, flow of a liquid through a capillary tube, capillaries in series and parallel, Stoke's formula.

SUGGESTED READINGS:

Physics for Scientists and Engineers Vols. I, II, III, Douglas C. Giancoli, Prentice Hall, 2008.

Fundamentals of Physics, 6th Edition, D. Halliday, R. Resnick and J. Walker, John Wiley and Sons (2001).

Berkeley Physics Course Vol. 1-5, Tata McGraw Hill (2008).

Feynman Lectures in Physics, Vols. 1-3, Pearson, 2008.

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Course Number: VRE103, Course Title: CHEMISTRY

Class: B.Voc. in Renewable Energy, Status of Course: General Course, Session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 3 (L-3-0+P/S-0), Min pds./sem: 39 UNIT 1: WATER

Introduction. Sources of natural water. Impurities in natural water. Effect of impurities present in natural water for domestic and industrial purposes. Treatment of boiler feed water -

(a) Internal treatment, (b) External treatment, problems. Lime soda process, Zeolite process. Analysis of water.

UNIT 2: FUELS-FUELS AND THEIR CLASSIFICATION

SOLID FUELS: Coal, different kinds, formation & origin of coal. Different theories. Analysis of coal.

Determination of calorific values. Pulverised coal, coke and its manufacture.

LIQUID FUELS: Petroleum. Origin. Refining of petroleum. Cracking. Synthesis of petrol. Gasoline.

Knocking. Octane number, Diesel fuel knocking and cetene number.

GASEOUS FUEL: Natural Gas, producer gas. Water gas. Comparison of solid, liquid and gaseous fuels.

COMBUSTION: Combustion, Calculation of air required for combustion of fuel. Combustion by weight

& volume. Fuel gas analysis. Orsat apparatus. Problems on combustion.

UNIT 3 Electrode Potentials and Cells

Introduction, Differences between galvanic and electrolytic cells, Construction of galvanic cell, EMF of a cell, Origin of single electrode potential, Sign convention and cell notation, Standard electrode potential, Types of electrodes: Reference electrodes – Primary and secondary, Limitations of standard hydrogen electrode

UNIT 4 Electro-chemical processes:

Types and their uses, Electrodeposition basic principles, need, laws of electrolysis, Description of equipment and process, supervision of process, Anodising, Electro refining of metal

UNIT 5 Batteries and Fuel Cells

Basic concepts, Battery characteristics: Primary, secondary & Reserve batteries with examples, super capacitors. Classical batteries: Construction, working & applications of Zn – MnO2, lead –acid storage and Ni – Cd battery. Modern Batteries: Construction, working & applications of Zn – air, Ni – Metal hydride & Li – MnO2 batteries. Fuel cells: Differences between battery & fuel cell, Construction &

working of H2 – O2 fuel and CH3OH – O2 fuel cell.

SUGGESTED READINGS:

Agarwal CV: CHEMISTRY OF ENGINEERING MATERIALS Jain & Jain: ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY

Swarup D: ELEMENTS OF METALLURGY

Course Number: VRE104, Course Title: COMMUNICATION SKILLS - HINDI Class: B.Voc. in Renewable Energy, Status of Course: General Course, Session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 3 (L-3-0+P/S-0), Min pds./sem: 39

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Course Number: VRE105, Course Title: BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Class: B.Voc. in Renewable Energy, Status of Course: General Course, Session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 4, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 4 (L-4-0+P/S-0), Min pds./sem: 52 UNIT 1: CIRCUIT ANALYSIS

Review of basic concepts of units, voltage, current, energy, etc. R, L, and C - their geometrical, electrical and energy view point. Ohm’s law, KVL, KCL, Mesh Analysis and Nodal Analysis. Thevenin’s, Norton’s and Superposition theorem. Maximum Power Transfer Theorem. Star Delta conversion.

UNIT 2: AC CIRCUITS

Principles of single phase and three phase generation (qualitative treatment only). Steady state analysis of RC, RL and RLC circuits for sinusoidal excitation. Phasor notation, RMS Values, Power Factor. Resonance. Complex Power, active and reactive power. 3-phase (balanced & unbalanced) system.

UNIT 3: MAGNETIC CIRCUITS AND TRANSFORMERS

Ampere’s Circuital law and Constant Flux Theorem. B-H curve, Magnetic circuit calculations.

Hysteresis and Eddy Current losses. Transformers: construction emf-equation ratings phasor diagram on No-load and Full-load, e.g. circuits, Open circuits and short circuit test, efficiency and regulation operation of auto transformers.

UNIT 4: ELECTRICAL MACHINES

Classification, construction, emf and torque production. Characteristics of DC motors and generators, application. Induction motors: revolving magnetic field, principle of torque production, ratings, construction (squirel cage and would rotor) Torque speed characteristics. Application.

UNIT 5: ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS

PMMC meters, moving iron ammeter and voltmeter. Dynamometer wattmeter, AC energy meter.

Extension of instrument ranges.

SUGGESTED READING:

BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: Kothari & Nagrath

HUGHES ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY: (Revised by) I Mckenzie, Smith ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS: V Del Toro

Course No.: VRE106, Course Title: SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC–TECHNOLOGIES & SYSTEMS Class: B.Voc. in Renewable Energy, Status of Course: Skill Course, Session: 2015-16

Total Credits: 4, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 4 (L-4-0+P/S-0), Min pds./sem: 52 UNIT 1: ENERGY AND SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC ENERGY

Concept of Energy, Forms of energy, Energy, power and its units, types of sources of energy (Renewable & Non Renewable), Sun as source of energy, availability of Solar Energy, Nature of Solar Radiation - global, beam and diffuse Radiation, Hourly, Daily and Seasonal variation of solar Radiation, Estimation of solar Radiation, Measurement of Solar Radiation, Solar Energy &

Environment.

Various Methods of using solar energy –Photothermal, Photovoltaic, and Photosynthesis- basic concepts. Present & Future Scope of Solar energy.

UNIT 2: SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC TECHNOLOGIES

Solar cells, Parameters of solar cells, Solar Cell Technologies, Factors affecting solar cell output, Solar PV Module, ratings, Module parameters & measurement, I-V characteristics, Factors affecting solar Module output, Solar PV Module Arrays, Series, Parallel and Mixed Combination and Mismatch.

UNIT 3: BATTERIES

Basics of Batteries, Types of Batteries, Parameters of Batteries, Selection of Batteries, Batteries for PV systems

Series & Parallel connections, Estimation of power and energy for Batteries, Battery Fault detection, Maintenance of batteries.

UNIT 4: CHARGE CONTROLLER, MPPT AND INVERTERS

Balance of System, Charge controllers – Working, Types, Specifications, MPPT and its need, MPPT based charge controllers, Power converters, Inverters – Types, specifications and efficiency

UNIT 5: WIRING AND SIZING

Basics of Resistivity and Voltage drop in wires. Importance of choice of Wires, Types of wires, Dimensions and measurements, Wire Sizing – (Type, Length, Operating current, Operating voltage, Voltage drop), Temperature, Junction Box and Checklist

SUGGESTED READINGS:

Solar Photovoltaic Technology and Systems,A Manual for Technicians, Trainers and Engineers, Chetan Singh Solanki, Prentice Hall India Learning, 2014. Solar Energy, G N Tiwari, Renewable Energy Sources and Emerging Technologies, D P Kothari, K. C.

Singal, Rakesh Ranjan, Prentice Hall India Learning, 2008

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Course Number: VRE107, Course Title: SPV ASSEMBLY & SOLDERING WORKSHOP Class: B.Voc. in Renewable Energy, Status of Course: Skill Course, Session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 4, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 6(P/S-6), Min pds./sem: 78

Experiments on:

Working of solar cells Basics of Soldering

Assembly of Solar Modules and Arrays Concentrated PV systems

Course Number: VRE108, Course Title: ELEMENTARY WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY Class: B.Voc. in Renewable Energy, Status of Course: Skill Course, Session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 3 (L-3-0+P/S-0), Min pds./sem: 39 UNIT 1: INTRODUCTION TO MANUFACTURING

Manufacturing processes and their classification. Socio-economic role. Role of sustainability in manufacturing.

Industrial Safety: Introduction, types of accidents, causes and common sources of accidents, methods of safety, first aid.

Wood & Wood Working: Joinery, painting and varnishing. Hand tools used in carpentry. Typical operations.

UNIT 2: PRINCIPLES OF METAL CASTING- I

Pattern: Materials, types allowances and color codes. Elements of gating system.

Moulding: Process, tools, sand, materials, classification of moulds, methods (Shell, CO2 and vacuum moulding), Cores.

UNIT 3: PRINCIPLES OF METAL CASTING- II

Casting: Expendable-mould processes (Sand, plaster, ceramic, rubber and expendable-graphite mould casting, lost-wax and lost-form processes), Multi-use-mould processes (Gravity & pressure-die casting and centrifugal casting). Casting defects.

UNIT 4: WELDING

Gas and Arc welding processes. Fluxes. Filler materials. Resistance welding processes (spot, seam, Flash, butt and procession). Welding defects. Types of joints and edge preparation.

UNIT 5: BASICS OF METAL CUTTING & MACHINE TOOLS

Machine Tools: Introduction to Metal Cutting. Nomenclature of a Single Points Cutting Tool and Tool Wear. Use of Coolants in machining. Construction, specification, working principles and operations of machine tools such as Lathe, Drill, Milling, Sawing, Shaper, Planer, Grinder and Slotter. Estimation of speed, feed, depth of cut and time.

SUGGESTED READINGS:

MANUFACTURING PROCESSES FOR ENGINEERING MATERIALS: Serope Kalpakjian & Steven R. Schmid (Pearson Eduction) DEGARMO’S MATERIALS & PROCESSES IN MANUFACTURING: J.T. Black & Ronald A. Kohser (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.) MANUFACTURING PROCESSES: B.H. Amstead, Phillip F. Ostwald & Myron L. Begeman (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.) PROCESSES AND MATERIALS OF MANUFACTURE: Roy A. Lindberg (PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.)

WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY (Vol. I to II): B.S. Raghuwanshi (Dhanpat Rai & Co.)

WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY (Vol. I to III):W.A.J. Chapman (CBS Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd.) MANUFACTURING SCIENCE: Amitabha Ghosh & Asok Kumar Malik (Affiliated East-West Press Pvt. Ltd.)

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Course Number: VRE109, Course Title: ELEMENTARY WORKSHOP PRACTICE Class: B.Voc. in Renewable Energy, Status of Course: Skill Course, Session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 6(L-0-0+P/S-6), Min pds./sem: 78

Fitting Shop: (a) Demonstration of fitting tools (b) Practice of filling hacksawing, marking, cutting, chipping, measuring etc. on MS pcs.

Carpentry Shop: (a) Demonstration of carpentry tools (b) Practice of plaining, marking, measuring, cutting by chisels (firmer, dovetail & mortise), sawing etc. on Chir wood.

Practice of making different joints: (a) Cross lap joint (b) Corner lap joint (c) Mortise & Tennon joint (d) Tee-Lap joint.

Welding shop work: (a) Welding practice gas & electric (b) Welding for lap joint after preparing the edge (c) Welding Butt joint after preparing the edge.

Machine Shop :

Demonstration of different Machines & Operations: Lathe Machine, Milling Machine, Shaping Machine.

(a) Practice of different operations of Lathe Machine: (1) Facing (2) Tapper Turning (3) Plain Turning (4) Step Turning etc.

(b) Practice of making Vee-block on Shaping Machine on C.I. Casting.

(c) Practice of making different shapes from cylindrical rod on Milling Machine (1) Hexagonal (2) Square (3) Triangular & Practice of Indexing.

Smithy Shop :

Demonstration of different tools of shop.

Practice of different operations of Smithy Shop-(1) Upsetting (2) Drawing Down (3) Setting Down (4) Bending (5) Revetting.

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Course Number: VRE201, Course Title: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Class: B.Voc. in Renewable Energy, Status of Course: General Course, Session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 2, Periods(55mts. each)/week:2 (L-2+T-0+P/S-1), Min.pds./sem.:26 Introduction to Computers, Office Applications and the World Wide Web

UNIT 1: ELEMENTS OF COMPUTER SYSTEMS

(a) Computer hardware – CPU, Memory and I/O Devices; Memory - Primary (RAM & ROM) and Secondary Memory. How I/O and storage devices work – keyboard, mouse, printer and hard disk.

(b) Computer Software: System Software (Operating Systems, Compilers), Application Software (General purpose application software - Word Processing, Spreadsheet, Presentation; Specific purpose application software - Accounting Management, Reservation System, Attendance and Payroll System etc.) and Utility Software (Disk/Folder/File Management, Anti-virus programs etc.).

UNIT 2: OPERATING SYSTEMS

Basic concepts–Need for operating systems, Functions of Operating Systems (Process, Memory, File and Device Management), Types of operating systems – General Purpose, Real Time and Distributed;Examples of commonly used operating systems: Windows, UNIX and LINUX, Android Mobile OS. Introduction to Windows: Basic components of a GUI Window: Frame, Title Bar, Menu Bar, StatusBar, Scroll Bars (Horizontal and Vertical); Creating shortcuts; Basic Tools: Text Editor, Painting Tool, Calculator, Task Bar, Starting application software, setting system date and time; concept of folders and directories, creating/moving/ renaming/deleting files and folders, opening and closing windows, Minimise, Restore and Maximise forms of windows.

UNIT 3: OFFICE TOOLS– I

Word Processing (Eg.: Microsoft Word or Open Office Writer): Introduction to a Word Processor.

Creating and Saving a document. Editing and Formatting a Document: Text Style (B, I, U), Font Type,Size, changing color, alignment of text. Formatting paragraphs with line and/or paragraph spacing. Adding headers and footers, numbering pages, using subscript and superscript, inserting symbols, Print Preview, Printing a document. Inserting Pictures, Borders and Shading, Format Painter/Paintbrush, Find and Replace, Inserting Tables: inserting, deleting rows and columns, merging cells, splitting cells.Presentation (Eg. : Microsoft Power point or Open Office Impress):

Introduction to Presentation Graphics, Understanding the concept of Slide Shows, Basic elements of a slide, Different types of Slide Layouts, Creating and saving a Presentation, Different views of a slide:

Normal view, Slide Sorter view and Slide Show, Editing and Formatting a slide: Adding Titles, Subtitles, Text, Background, Watermark; Headers and Footers, Numbering Slides; Printing Slides Handouts, Inserting pictures from files, Animating pictures and Text with Sound Effects, Timing Text box, Pictures and Slides, Rehearse Timings, Ungrouping and Grouping Objects (like text, picture).

UNIT 4: OFFICE TOOLS– II

Spreadsheet(Eg. : Microsoft Excel or Open Office Calc): Introduction to Spreadsheets, Worksheets and Workbooks, Creating and Saving a worksheet. Working with a spreadsheet: entering numbers, text, date/time, Editing and formatting a worksheet including changing colour, size, font, alignment of text, Inserting or Deleting cells, rows and columns, Formula - Entering a formula in a cell, using operators(+,-,*,/) in formulas. Printing a worksheet. Use simple in-built functions like SUM(), AVERAGE(), MAX(), MIN(), IF()(without compound statements); Inserting tables in worksheet, Embedding Charts of various types in a worksheet (eg.: Line, Pie or Bar charts)

UNIT 5: WORLD WIDE WEB AND WEB PAGE DESIGN

Introduction and terminology: Web servers, Web sites, Web Pages, Web Browsers, Blogs, Web address, Email address, URL, HTTP, HTML.Basics of Web Page Designing using HTML: Creating and saving an HTML document, accessing a web page using a web browser; Designing simple web pages using the following elements: basic tags and their attributes, like HTML,HEAD,TITLE,BODY, FONT, HR;

Headings, Paragraph, B(Bold), I(Italics), U(Underline), Hyperlinks, Unordered and unordered Lists.

Computer Programming using C -1. Introduction: Evolution of Computers, Generations of computers. Von Neumann model and the stored program concept, memory hierarchy-need and utility; Computer programs and software products, Software development life cycle, flowcharts and algorithms. 2. Elements of C Programming: fundamental data types and variables, identifiers and reserved words, statements, standard input & output functions, general form of a C program.

Operators and Expressions: arithmetic, logical and relational operators, unary operators, conditional operators, simple programs using operators and expressions. 3. Control structures:

Conditional if statement, nested if-else statement, switch statement, using break and default with switch; iteration– while, do-while and for statements; using the break and continue statements. 4.

Modular Programming: Defining and accessing functions, function prototypes, passing arguments to functions by value, recursion. 5. Arrays: Declaring and referencing arrays, manipulation of array elements, array applications–sequential and binary search. Pointers: Pointer fundamentals and pointer arithmetic, pointers and arrays, pointer references as function arguments, dynamic memory allocation.

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Course Number: VRE202, Course Title: ANALOG ELECTRONICS

Class: B.Voc. in Renewable Energy, Status of Course: General Course, Session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55mts. each)/week: 3(L:4+T:1+P:0+S:0), Min.pds./sem.: 39 UNIT 1

Semiconductor Physics: Intrinsic & Extrinsic Semiconductors, doping, pand n type semi condductors, semi conductor diode charecteristics, Zener diode and its characteristics. Applications of semi conductor diodes and Zener diodes. Comparison of tube devices and semi conductor devices.

UNIT 2

Rectifiers: Concept of Rectifiers, Half wave and full wave Rectifiers, Rectification efficiency and ripple factor. Qualitative explanation of filters. Various type of filter cirucuits.

Voltage Regulators: Concept of voltage regulation, circuits and its explanation of Zener diode regulator, shunt regulator, Emitter follower and I.C. Regulators.

UNIT 3

P.N.P. and N.P.N. transistors, bias stability, biasing. Configurations of transistors. Equivalnt circuit of Transistor, Derivation of voltage gain, power gain, input and output impedance of common emitter transistor and its characteristics. Comparison of these properties in C>B., C>E and C.C. configuration.

Qualitative description of charge transport in BJT, , , CE, CB, and CC configurations, Input & output characteristics. Biasing schemes. DC and AC load lines, Maximum Symmetrical Swing, Bias Stability Power Calculations.

UNIT 4

Amplifier as a two port. Classification as VCVS, VCCS, CCVS and CCCS. Gain and its logarithmic units.

Concept of feedback in amplifiers.

Operational Amplifiers: Ideal Op-amp, applications, e.g., inverting, non-inverting, summing and differentiating amplifiers, differentiation integrator, comparator, Schmitt trigger, logarithmic amplifier.

BJT based amplifiers; Small signal models for BJT at low & high frequencies, Multiple Transistor Circuits – Darlington, Differential amplifier,Transistor as a switch and applications.

D. C. POWER SUPPLY DESIGN UNIT 5

MOSFET: VDS-IDS Characteristics derivation. Threshold voltage. Channel length modulation. MOSFET capacitances. Biasing circuits. Analysis of common-source, common-drain & common gate amplifiers using small signal models at low & high frequencies. CMOS fundamentals

SUGGESTED READING:

Malvino& Leach: DIGITAL COMPUTER ELECTRONICS V Del Toro: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS Millaman&Grabel: MICROELECTRONICS

HUGHES ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY revised by I McKenzie Smith

Course Number: VRE203, Course Title: BASIC ELECTRONICS LAB.

Class: B.Voc. in Renewable Energy, Status of Course: General Course, Session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 1, Periods (55mts. each)/week: 2 (L:0+T:0+P:2+S:0), Min.pds./sem.: 26 List of Experiments

1. p-n junction diode characteristics

2. Half Wave and Full Wave Rectifier Circuit.

3. Regulated Power Supply using Zener Diode 4. BJT characteristics

5. Frequency response of CE amplifier.

6. Op-amp and inverting/non-inverting amplifier.

7. Astablemultivibrator using IC555 timer.

8. Monostablemultivibrator using IC555 timer.

9. Any more experiments related to course work.

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Course Number: VRE204, Course Title: BASIC MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Class: B.Voc. in Renewable Energy, Status of Course: General Course, Session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods(55mts. each)/week:3(L-3+T-0+P/S-0), Min.pds./sem.: 39 UNIT 1: ELEMENTS OF ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS Introduction and definition of

thermodynamics, Thermodynamic properties Thermodynamic process. Dimensions and units, Basic definition of heat, work. Equation of state. Universal gas constant. Relation between specific heats, heat capacity. Elementary concept of laws of thermodynamics, first law and second law. Graphical representation of process. The work of expansion and compression of a gas. Isochoric, Isothermal and Adiabatic process. Carnotcycle.

UNIT 2: PROPERTIES OF PURE SUBSTANCES AND HEAT ENGINES Pure substance, Property of steam, Sub-cooled liquid, Saturation states. Superheated states, Phase transformation process of water, p-v, T-s and h-s diagrams, Steam-Tables &Mollier charts, Dryness fraction of steam, calculations.

Classification of heat engines, External & internal combustion engines, working of diesel and petrol engine, elementary idea of steam generator, condenser, steam turbine and gas turbine.

UNIT 3: STRENGTH OF MATERIALS & POWER TRANSMISSION Stress, strain, Hook’s law, Stress strain diagram, elastic constants, Calculations, stress in circular shaft subjected to pure torsion only. Power transmission by solid and hollow shaft.

UNIT 4: SHEAR FORCE & BENDING MOMENT Shear force and bending moment for concentrated, uniformly distributed loads on simply supported beam cantilever and overhanging beam. Shear force and bending moment diagrams. Relationship between shear force and bending moment.

UNIT 5: HYDRAULICS & HYDRAULIC MACHINES Properties of fluids, pressure of fluid and its measurement. Flow of fluids, velocity and discharge, Bernaulli's theorem and its application in venturimeter, flow through pipe, head loss due to friction. Elementary idea of water turbines (Pelton and Reaction), reciprocating and centrifugal pump.

SUGGESTED READINGS: MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: Khurmi& Gupta GENERAL MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: JK Kapoor

Course Number: VRE205, Course Title: COMMUNICATION SKILLS- ENGLISH Class: B.Voc. in Renewable Energy, Status of Course: General Course, Session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 2, Periods(55mts. each)/week:3(L-2+T-0+P/S-1), Min.pds./sem.:39

Preparatory Material: Meaning, Structure, kinds of sentences and different ways of transformation, synthesis, translation, letter writing, essay writing, precis and other basic items of English Language.

UNIT 1: GRAMMAR

(a) Direct & Indirect Speech (b) Active and Passive Voice (c) Word building strategies - Primary and Secondary derivatives, Prefixes, Suffixes, Compound words (d) Phrases (specially verb phrases).

UNIT 2: LISTENING AND SPEAKING ACTIVITIES

Using the telephone (including making and responding to requests); talking about schedules, plans and information; facing a job interview; introducing oneself in a work environment; passive and active forms in conversation; giving and asking for product information; agreeing and disagreeing;

informal negotiations; reception manning and reception etiquette.

UNIT 3: READING AND WRITING ACTIVITIES - OFFICIAL LETTERS

Comprehending and writing the following: (a) Job applications to government departments and private concerns (b) Letters of complaint - Defective supply, short supply, delay in supply, repair and maintenance, collection letters, reminders for payment (c) Letters for placing orders (d) Letters for enquiry etc.

UNIT 4: READING AND WRITING ACTIVITIES-OTHER FORMS OF OFFICE COMMUNICATIONS

(a) Practice in reading and writing the following tasks: Social Messages, Semi-official letters (invitations, condolence messages, letters giving thanks, and letters of congratulations).

(b) Comprehending and writing different forms of official communication - Circulars, endorsements, office memorandum, appeals, orders, notifications and reminders.

UNIT 5: READING AND WRITTING ACTIVITIES - TRADE REFERENCE

Comprehending and Writing the following - Tenders; quotations; correspondence with Banks and Post Office; applications for opening and closing bank accounts; cheque-books facility, overdraft facility, payment adjustment, Transfer and Standing instructions.

SUGGESTED READING:

REMEDIAL ENGLISH GRAMMER FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS: FT Wood MacMillan MACMILLAN LIVING ENGLISH STRUCTURE: Standard Allen (Orient Longmans)

ESSENTIALS OF BUSINESS COMMUNICATION: Rajendra Pal & JS Korlahalli (Sultan Chand & Sons) A PRACTICAL ENGLISH GRAMMER: AJ Thomson & AV Martinet (OxfordUniv. Press)

HOW TO WRITE CORRECT ENGLISH: BB Jain & RP Sinha (BharatiyaBhawan) A COMPENDIUM OF ESSAYS (Unique Publishers, Delhi)

ENGLISH COMMUNICATION: Technical Teacher’s Training Institute Southern Region, Madras (Oxford Univ. Press) GRAMMAR: Wren & Martin

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Course No.: VRE206, Course Title: SPV INSTALLATION & OPERATION

Class: B.Voc. in Renewable Energy, Status of Course: Skill Course, Session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 3 (L-3-0+P/S-0), Min pds./sem: 39 UNIT 1: SOLAR PV SYSTEMS - INTEGRATION

Types of SPV systems, Standalone, Grid-connected, Hybrid SPV Systems, Design aspects and Methodology of SPV System, Approximate Design, Solar PV design chart.

UNIT 2: GRID CONNECTED & STANDALONE SPV SYSTEMS

Introduction, Configurations, Components of SPV systems, PV array, Junction boxes, DC cabling and distribution, Grid tie Inverter, AC cabling and distribution, Estimation of energy output for SPV systems.

UNIT 3: INSTALLATION OF SPV SYSTEMS

Preparations for Installation, Installing BoS - Mechanical Structure, Mounting of PV Modules, Interconnection of Modules, Strings and Junction boxes, DC and AC Cabling layout, DC and AC Distribution boxes.

UNIT 4: INSTALLATION OF SPV SYSTEMS

General Considerations for Installation, Installation of Inverter, Installation of Battery System, Grounding considerations

UNIT 5: SAFETY AND CHECKLIST IN INSTALLATION

Electrical Safety, Mechanical Safety, Safety Precautions for Batteries, Electrical Testing of PV array, Electrical testing of Inverter, Testing of Islanding Protection, Commissioning and System Functional testing

SUGGESTED READINGS:

Solar Photovoltaic Technology and Systems,A Manual for Technicians, Trainers and Engineers, Chetan Singh Solanki, Prentice Hall India Learning, 2014.

Course Number: VRE207, Course Title: SPV INSTALLATION WORKSHOP Class: B.Voc. in Renewable Energy, Status of Course: Skill Course, Session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 5, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 6 (L-3-0+P/S-0), Min pds./sem: 78 Experiments Related to Theory Course.

Course Number: VRE208, Course Title: RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES

Class: B.Voc. in Renewable Energy, Status of Course: Skill Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 3 (L-3-0+P/S-0), Min pds./sem: 39

UNIT 1: ENERGY RESOURCES AND THEIR UTILISATION

Energy conservation, Conversation and efficiency, Energy Reserves in India and their potential, Electrical energy from conventional sources, Renewable Energy Sources, Cogeneration, Distributed Generation

UNIT 2: SOLAR THERMAL ENERGY SYSTEMS

Introduction, Components of Solar Thermal systems, Flat plate collectors, Concentrating collectors, Laws of Thermal radiation, Radiation heat transfer between bodies, Cylindrical parabolic concentrator (CPC), tracking of CPC, solar thermal energy storage.

UNIT 3: WIND ENERGY SYSTEMS

Introduction, Types of Wind turbines, Types of rotors, Aerodynamic Operation of Wind turbines, Power and energy from Wind turbines, power and torque characteristics of wind turbine, Land for wind energy, Wind speed characteristics, measurement of wind, Environmental impact of Wind energy.

UNIT 4: BIO MASS & GEOTHERMAL ENERGY SYSTEMS

Biomass as fuel, Bio energy crops, Bio energy wastes, combustion of solid bio mass, production of gaseous fuels & liquid fuels from bio mass, Biomass Gasifier.

Basics of Geothermal energy, Geothermal sources, Technologies for Geothermal resource exploitation.

UNIT 5: OCEAN ENERGY & SMALL HYDRO SYSTEMS

Tidal energy and characteristics, tidal range, tidal power scheme and components,

Wave energy, parameters, wave area, mathematical analysis, wave energy conversion plant, OTEC working principle, Closed cycle OTEC systems and its efficiency,

Small Hydro power plants and major components, hydro turbines, Low Head small hydro plants.

SUGGESTED READINGS:

Solar Energy – Fundamentals , design, Modelling and applications, G N Tiwari, Narosa Publications

Renewable Energy Sources and Emerging Technologies, D P Kothari, K. C. Singal, RakeshRanjan, Prentice Hall India Learning, 2008, Renewable Energy – Power for a Sustainable Future, Godfrey Boyle, Oxford University Press, 2nd edition.

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Course Number: VRE209, Course Title: RENEWABLE ENERGY LAB

Class: B.Voc. in Renewable Energy, Status of Course: Skill Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 4, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 6 (L-3-0+P/S-3), Min pds./sem: 78

Experiments Related to following Topics:

1. Wind Energy 2. Solar Thermal 3. Bio-Gas

4. Bio-Mass Gasifier

5. DC-DC and DC-AC Inverters

6. Solar Concentrators (Scheffler Dish)

Course Number: VRE210, Course Title: ENGINEERING DRAWING & PRACTICE

Class: B.Voc. in Renewable Energy, Status of Course: Skill Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 4 (L-3-0+P/S-0), Min pds./sem: 52

UNIT 1: GENERAL SCALES, LATTERING, VARIOUS TYPES OF PROJECTIONS

Projection of Points and Lines: Elements of projection. Problems of points and lines. Trace True length, inclination and shortest distance.

Projections of Planes and Solids: Projection of plane figures. Traces of planes. Angle of Inclination of planes. Problems of points and planes, lines and planes. Angle between line and plane. Point of intersection. Intersection of planes. Dihedral angle.

Projection of solids such as prism, pyramid, cylinder, cone, sphere. Auxillary views. Plane sections.

UNIT 2: INTERSECTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF SURFACES

Intersection of cylinders, cones, prisms, pyramids. Development of various surfaces including the interpenetrated and sectioned solids.

UNIT 3: ISOMETRIC PROJECTION

Isometric scale. Projection of geometrical solids and various types of wood joints.

UNIT 4: PLANE GEOMETRY

Construction and drawing of curves such as Parabola, Ellipse, Hyperbola, Involute, Cycloid, & Helix.

UNIT 5: MACHINE DRAWING (THROUGH WORK-BOOK)

First and third angle projections. Orthographic views from the supplied blocks and isometric drawings (sketching only) missing lines and missing views. Views full in section. Rules for dimensioning.

Printing. Size and location of dimensioning. B.I.S. codes and conventions. Drawing of different machine parts (single pieces) with dimensioning.

NOTE: Projections to be practiced by first angle projection as per B.I.S. recommendations.

SUGGESTED READING:

Laxminarayanan VV: PRACTICAL GEOMETRY Bhatt ND: ENGINEERING DRAWING

Aggrawal SD: WORK-BOOK ON ENGINEERING DRAWING

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Course Number VRE301, Course Title: THERMODYNAMICS AND HEAT TRANSFER Class B.Voc. Renewable Energy : General Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 3 (L-3-0+P/S-0), Min pds./sem: 39 UNIT 1: BASIC CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS

Introduction and definition of thermodynamics; dimensions and units. Surroundings and universe.

System boundary, thermodynamic properties. Thermodynamic path, process and cycle thermodynamic equilibrium. Energy and its forms. Work and heat specific heats, zeroth law of thermodynamics, temperature scales.

FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS: Thermodynamic definition of work. Thermodynamic processes.

Non-flow work and flow work

UNIT 2: FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS (CONTD.)

Joules' experiment, first law of thermodynamics, internal energy and enthalpy. Steady flow systems, steady flow energy equation, PMM1

SECOND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS: Limitations of first law of thermodynamics devices converting heat to work. Thermal reservoir. Heat engines efficiency. Devices converting work to heat. Heat pump, refrigerator. Coefficient of performance kelvin planck statement of second law of thermodynamics. Clausius statement of second law of thermodynamics. Camot cycle. PMM2. Entropy:

introduction to entropy, concept of entropy. Principie of entropy increase, T-s diagram, UNIT 3 HEAT TRANSFER INTRODUCTION

Modes of heat transfer. Conduction, convection and radiation. Mechanism of thermal conduction in solids, liquids and gases. Convection and heat transfer coefficient. Radiation.

Conduction: Fourier’s law. General three dimensional heat conduction equation in Cartesian co- ordinates. One-dimensional steady state conduction. Heat flow through composite plane wall. Critical thickness of insulation.

Different types of fins. Heat transfer from fins of uniform cross-section.

UNIT 4 CONVECTION

Free and forced convection, Basic concepts of hydrodynamic and thermal boundary layers. Empirical equations of convective heat transfer for plate and cylinder.

Fundamentals of boiling heat transfer. Pool boiling. Introduction to Heat transfer in condensation.

radiation: Thermal Radiation. Monochromatic and total emissive power. Absorptivity, reflectivity and transmissivity in black body.

UNIT-5 RRADIATION (CONTD.)

Wien’s displacement law. Stefan-Boltzmann’s law. Kirchoff’s law. Introduction to Heat transfer by radiation between black surface and grey surface, Radiation shields.

Solar Radiation: intensity, availability, use.

heat exchangers: Basic types of heat exchangers. Fouling factor. Overall heat transfer coefficient.

Logarithmic mean temperature difference.

SUGGESTED READINGS:

Engineer'ng Thermodynamics, by P.K.Nag, Tata Mc Graw Hill Pub Thermal Engineering, by R K Rajput, Laxmi Publication.

Heat and Mass Transfer, by R K Rajput, Laxmi Publication

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Course Number: VRE302, Course Title: DIGITAL ELECTRONICS

Class: B.Voc. Renewable Energy, Status of Course: General Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 3 (L-3-0+P/S-0), Min pds./sem: 42

UNIT 1

Digital Systems: Number systems and Codes, BCD, ASCII, Excess 3 and Gray codes. Code conversion.

Negative number representation. Binary addition and subtraction. Boolean algebra & truth tables and basic logic gates, universal gates, half adder, full adder circuits.

UNIT 2

Flip-flops as memory elements, registers, counters (only working principles no design problem), Memories. Need for Digital to Analog/Analog to Digital conversion, Digital to Analog conversion techniques, Analog to Digital conversion schemes.

UNIT 3: COMBINATIONAL SYSTEMS

Design of Combinational Systems such as Comparators, Incrementers etc., using Gate Networks.

Design using Standard Combinational Modules such as Encoders, Decoders, Multiplexers and Demultiplexers. Shifters, Barrel Shifters. Programmable Logic Modules-PLAs, PALs and FPGAs.

UNIT 4: SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS AND REGISTER TRANSFER

Flip-Flops, Registers. State Diagrams. Various types of Counters (Ripple, Synchronous, Johnson, Ring, Preset table), Design of Counters and Sequence Detectors. Tri-state Logic and Register Transfers via Bus. Register Transfer & Micro Operations.

UNIT 5: LOGIC FAMILIES AND MEMORIES

Logic Families:Fan-in, Fan-out, Propagation Delays, Effect of Loading, Power Dalay Product. The TTL Logic Family and its Variants, their Salient Features, Totem Pole and Open Collector Outputs-Wired OR, Wired and Connections.

Memories:General Concepts, Terminology, Operations and Organization, ROMs-their Types, Architecture, Timings, Applications. Flash Memory. RAM, Architecture and Timings. Static RAM Organization of Large Memories. Dynamic RAM-structure and Operation, Refreshing Scheme.

SUGGESTED READINGS:

TOCCI: INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL SYSTEM Morris Mano: COMPUTER SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE

Ercegovac, Lang & Moreno et.al.: INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL SYSTEM

Course Number: VRE303, Course Title: NETWORK ANALYSIS

Class: B.Voc. Renewable Energy, Status of Course: General Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 3 (L-3-0+P/S-0), Min pds./sem: 42

UNIT 1: NETWORK TOPOLOGY

Concept of graph, Tree link, Incidence Matrix, Loop Matrix, Cut set, Cut set Matrix, Loop, Node and Node-Pair Formulation of Circuit Problems, Branch and Chord Formulation.

UNIT 2: NETWORK THEORMS

Super position, Reciprocity, Thevenin’s and Norton’s Theorem, Tellegan’s Theorem, Maximum Power Transfer, application in AC Circuits.

UNIT 3: COUPLED CIRCUITS AND 2- PORT NETWORKS

Mutual Inductance, Analysis of Mutually Coupled Circuits, 1-Port Network, 2- Port Networks, Impedance, Admittance, Hybrid and ABCD Parameters, Network Functions.

UNIT 4: TIME DOMAIN ANALYSIS AND LINEAR WAVE SHAPING

Differential Equation of RC, RL,RLC Circuits, Transient and Force Response, Impulse Response, Step Response. RC and RL Circuit as Differentiator, Integrator, their Response to Pulse Inputs - Periodic Perfect Attenuator. Frequency Response of Amplifier from Percentage Tilt.

UNIT 5: FREQUENCY DOMAIN ANALYSIS

Circuit Analysis using Fourier Series for Periodic Non Sinusoidal Signals, Lapalce Transform Based Circuit Analysis, Complex Frequency Plane, Poles and Zeros, Time Domain Response from Poles and Zeros, Frequency Response.

SUGGESTED READING: -

MODERN NETWORK ANALYSIS & SYNTHESIS: M.E. Valkenberg ENGG. CIRCUIT ANALYSIS: Hayt & Kemmerley

BASIC CIRCUIT THEORY: Desoer & Kuh

PULSE DIGITAL & SWITCHING WAVEFORMS: Millman & Taub

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Course Number: VRE304, Course Title: ENGINEERING MATERIALS

Class: B.Voc. Renewable Energy, Status of Course: General Course, Approved since : 2015-16.

Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mins. Each) per week: 3(L:3+ T:0 + P:0 + S:0), Min.pds./Sem.42 UNIT 1: CRYSTALLINE NATURE OF SOLIDS

Atomic bonding, Bonding in materials, Properties dependent on bonding, Introduction to

crystallography, Geometry of perfect crystals (cubic system). Designation of planes and directions.

Bragg's law.

IMPERFECTION IN CRYSTALS

Point defects, Line defects, Surface defects, Bulk defects (brief Idea) UNIT 2: ALLOY FORMATION

Solid solution: Interstitial and substitutional. Intermetallic compounds. Hume Rothery rules for the formation of Ideal solid solutions. Simple phase diagrams. Fe-Fe3C equilibrium diagram. Non- equilibrium cooling. Heat treatment of steels.

UNIT 3: ELECTRICAL CONDUCTION IN MATERIALS

Simple classical model, Band model of conductivity, Electrical resistivity of conductors, Resistor materials.

SUPERCONDUCTIVITY: Introduction, Superconducting Critical Temperature, Critical field and Critical current density. Properties of super-conductors & their applications.

SEMICONDUCTING MATERIALS

Elemental semiconductors, Group III-V & II-VI compound Semiconductors, Organic semiconductors.

Elementary idea of purification and doping techniques of semiconductors.

UNIT 4: DIELECTRICS

Introduction. Polarization. Internal field in solids and liquids, frequency dependence of relative permeability and mobility. Dielectric loss. Ferro-electricity. Piezo-electricity. Uses of dielectrics.

UNIT 5: MAGNETIC PROPERTIES

Dia, Para and Ferro-magnetism. Wies field and magnetic domain, Antiferromagnetism and Ferri- magnetism. Ferro-magnetic anisotropy and magnetostriction.

OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS: Introduction. Reflection. Absorption in dielectrics, Luminescence, Lasers.

SUGGESTED READINGS:

Raghavan V: INTRODUCTION TO MATERIALS SCIENCE William Callister: MATERIALS SCIENCE: AN INTRODUCTION A.J. Dekker: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING MATERIALS

S.P. Seth & P.V. Gupta : A Course in Electrical Engineering Materials

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Course Number: VRE305, Course Title: ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS

Class: B.Voc. Renewable Energy,, Status of Course: Skill Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 3 (L-3-0+P/S-0), Min pds./sem: 39

UNIT 1: ENERGY STORAGE

General Considerations, Energy and power balance in stotage units, Energy Storage and Renewables, Need of energy storage; Different modes of Energy Storage, storage at users level, Storage and transport, Compressed air and thermal Energy storage.

UNIT 2: PUMPED HYDRO AND FLYWHEEL STORAGE

General Considerations, the power extraction system, Central Store for pumped hydro, application of pumped hydro systems, General Considerations of flywheel, Flywheel as a central store, energy discharge problem, application of flywheel energy storage.

UNIT 3: ELECTROCHEMICAL ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS BATTERIES

Primary, Secondary, Lithium ion batteries; Lead Lead acid batteries; Nickel Cadmium Batteries;

Advanced Batteries. Role of carbon nano-tubes in electrodes.

UNIT 4: MAGNETIC AND ELECTRIC ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS

Superconducting Magnet Energy Storage (SMES) systems; Capacitor and Batteries: Comparison and application; Super capacitor.

UNIT 5: LATENT HEAT THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE PHASE CHANGE MATERIALS (PCMS)

Selection criteria of PCMs; Stefan problem; Solar thermal LHTES systems; Energy conservation through LHTES systems; LHTES systems in refrigeration and air-conditioning systems

SUGGESTED READINGS:

Energy Storage for Power Systems by A. Ter-Gazarian

Energy Storage Technologies and Application- Open Science INTECH

Course Number: VRE306, Course Title: STORAGE SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE LAB

Class: B.Voc. Renewable Energy,, Status of Course: Skill Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 5, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 6(L-0-0+P/S-6), Min pds./sem: 78

Experiments related to theory regarding maintenance of Batteries, Flywheel and pumped hydro storage

Course Number: VRE307, Course Title: SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC MAINTENANCE Class: B.Voc., Status of Course: Skill Course, Approved since session: 2015-16

Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 3 (L-3-0+P/S-0), Min pds./sem: 39 UNIT 1: SAFETY NECESSITIES

Lockout/Tagout Procedures, Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) and other safety Equipment, procedures for securely disconnecting live paths, PV – specific signage and warnings

UNIT 2: INSPECTIONS

General Site annual Inspection, Ensure roof penetration, roof drainage, detailed visual inspection of:

inverter, combiner boxes, disconnect switches, excessive soiling, wiring, racking system for defects and torque marks.

Manufacturer Specific Inverter Inspection : Recording and validating all production values from HMI display, record last logged system error, cleaning of filters and inside of cabinets, test fans for proper operation, checking of fuses, torque on terminals, gasket seal, warning labels, discoloration, from excessive heat buildup, integrity of lightening arrestor, continuity of system ground and equipment grounding, mechanical connection of inverter to ground, internal disconnect operation, documenting all the works. Manufacturer specific data acquisition system, manufacturer specific tracker system.

UNIT 3: GENERAL ISOLATION PROCEDURES AND INVERTER TROUBLESHOOTING

Energised components, Inverters pas equipment, transformer isolation, Emergency shutdown, Isolation of field combiner boxes, Isolation of Modules and string wiring, Inverter troubleshooting, servicing procedures

UNIT 4: DAIGNOSING AND TESTING FOR LOW POWER PRODUCTION

Diagnostic Testing : Infrared Imaging procedure, Infrared camera settings, Infra red Inspection, Infrared testing procedures, Megohmmeter testing, Fuse testing procedure, safety consideration, DC system voltage check, combiner box level monitoring procedure, Array washing procedure, before and after washing modules, vegetation management, system warranties

UNIT 5: SOLAR POWER PLANT MONITORING

Incident rate on photovoltaic installation, data acquisition system, logging of every output, efficiency gap by continuous quality assurance, defect classification, reliability in photovoltaic installation, potential failure of photovoltaic panels

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Course Number: VRE308, Course Title: SPV MAINTENANCE WORKSHOP

Class: B.Voc. Renewable Energy, Status of Course: Skill Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 5, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 6(L-0-0+P/S-6), Min pds./sem: 78

Experiments related to theory

Course Number: VRE309, Course Title: ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT Class: B.Voc., Status of Course: Skill Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 3 (L-3-0+P/S-0), Min pds./sem: 39 UNIT 1: ECOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES AND ENERGY FLOW

Ecological principle of nature, Concept of ecosystems, Different types of ecosystems; ecosystem theories, Energy flow in the ecosystems; biodiversity

UNIT 2: ENVIRONMENT CONCERNS OF ENERGY EXTRACTION

Environment effects of energy extraction, conversion and use, Sources of pollution; primary and secondary pollutants, Consequences of pollution growth; air, water, soil, thermal, noise pollution- cause and effect, Pollution control methods, Environmental laws on pollution control

UNIT 3: ENERGY USE & CLIMATE CHANGE

Global warming, Greenhouse gas emission, impacts, mitigation. Causes of global, regional and local climate change

UNIT 4: SUSTAINABILITY ISSUES OF ENERGY USE

Externalities, Future Energy Systems, Clean Energy Technologies UNIT 5: SOCIO ECONOMICAL ASPECTS OF ENERGY RESOURCES

General concepts, Socio- economic impacts, Rural development, Poverty alleviation, Employment;

Security of supply and use, Environmental and ethical concerns, Economical aspects of renewable energy systems vs large hydro and thermal power projects

Course Number: EGC382, Course Title: PRACTICAL TRAINING

Class: B.Voc. Renewable Energy., Status of Course: Core Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 2

The students are expected to undergo practical training in different industries allotted to them at different places, in order to acquaint themselves with the various shop floor activities, industrial environment, problems faced in industries. They are required to submit a report on the training and the evaluation through internal and external viva voce.

Course Number: VRE381, Course Title: SC. METH., G.K. & CURRENT AFFAIRS I

Class: B.Voc. Renewable Energy, Status of Course: Core Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 1, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 1 (L:1+T:0+P:0+S:0), Min.pds./sem.: 13

Geography: India. Location. Physical division. Major mountains and rivers. Demographic background.

History: important dates of Indian History from indus Valley Civilization to present day.

Political Science: Constitution of India. Preamble and sailent features.

Economics: Indian economy- Characteristics and problems. Development and five year plans.

Science: Some basic definitions. Human Physiology. Food and Nutrition. Adulteration. Drugs and their abuses.

Sports & Games: History of Olympic Games. Asian Games. Some important games- Badminton, Basket-ball, Kho-Kho, Chess.

Current Affairs: (a) From News papers (b) Abbreviations (current).

SUGGESTED READING:

NCERT- Text books on History, Geography, Civics and General Science for Secondary Schools

Publication Division Government of India- India; Times of India- Directory; Manorama Year Book; Vikas General Knowledge Encyclopaedia; Readers Digest- Great World Atlas; Guinness- Book of World Records

News Papers and Magazines: The Indian Express; The Hindustan Times; India Today; Science Digest; Sunday; Readers Digest; Competition Success Review; Careers and Competitions; Time; Newsweek; Illustrated Weekly of India.

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Course Number: VRE401, Course Title: ADVANCE MATHEMATICS

Class: B.Voc. Renewable Energy, Status of Course: General Course, Approved since session: 2016-17 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 3 (L-3-0+P/S-0), Min pds./sem: 39

UNIT 1: DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

Equations of first order and first degree, Linear equations with constant coefficients, Equations of first order but not of first degree, Singular solutions, Orthogonal Trajectories.

UNIT 2: PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

Simultaneous and Total Differential equations, Elementary partial differential equations of first order, Homogeneous and non-homogeneous partial differential equations with constant coefficients. Solution for wave, heat conduction and transmission equations.

UNIT 3: DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS OF SECOND ORDER

Method of variation of parameters, Ordinary Linear Differential Equations of Second order, Solution of Series, Bessel and Legendre’s equations and their recurrence relations.

UNIT 4: STATISTICS

Moments, Moment generating functions, Mathematical Expectation, Binomial, Poisson and Normal distribution, Curve fitting, Correlation and regression.

UNIT 5: FOURIER SERIES

Dirichlet’s Conditions, Half range Series, Harmonic Analysis.

SUGGESTED READINGS:

Ray & Sharma: DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION

Gorakh Prasad: TEXT BOOK OF DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS

Chadda GC, Dwivedi DS & Tripathi SM: TEXT BOOK OF DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS Raddick & Miller: ADVANCED MATHEMATICS FOR ENGINEERS

Course Number: VRE402, Course Title: ELECTRICAL MACHINES

Class: B.Voc. Renewable Energy, Status of Course: General Course, Approved since session: 2016-17 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 3 (L-3-0+P/S-0), Min pds./sem: 39

UNIT 1: TRANSFORMERS

Basic principle of operation, phasor diagram, equivalent circuit, efficiency & voltage regulation, and parallel operation, Single phase auto transformer, Harmonics in single phase transformers, Three phase transformers and its connections. Vector Phasor Group, Parallel Operation of 3-Phase Transformers, Load Sharing.

UNIT 2: D.C. MACHINES

Constructional features, methods of excitation, armature winding, power balance, e.m.f. and torque equations, operation as generator, self excitation principle, characteristics, armature reaction and commutation, operation as a motor, characteristics.

UNIT 3: POLY-PHASE INDUCTION MOTOR

Construction details, review of poly-phase distributed ac winding coupled circuit equations, steady state analysis, equivalent circuit, phasor diagram, power flow diagram, torque-slip characteristics.

UNIT 4: SYNCHRONOUS MACHINES

Constructional features, pitch factor, distribution factor, winding factor, various excitation systems, voltage equation and torque equation, harmonic elimination interaction between excitation flux and armature mmf, equivalent circuit model and phasor diagram for cylindrical rotor machine.

UNIT 5: SYNCHRONOUS MACHINES

Two reaction theory, equivalent circuit model and phasor diagram, power-angle characteristics, voltage regulation and effect of AVR, synchronizing methods, parallel operation and load sharing, active and reaction power control, operation on infinite bus bar, V-curve, starting, synchronous condenser, hunting and damper winding effects.

SUGGESTED READINGS:

ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY: H Cotton ELECTRIC MACHINES AND THEIR APPLICATIONS: J Hindmarsh ELECTRICAL MACHINES: PS Bhimbra GENERALIZED THEORY OF ELECTRICAL MACHINES: PS Bhimbra INTRODUCTION TO GENERALIZED ELECTRIC THEORY: DO Kelly & Simmons ELECTRICAL MACHINES: Kosow PR. OF ELECTRIC MACHINES AND POWER ELECTRONICS: PC Sen, John Wiley ELECTRICAL MACHINES: Fitzerland & Kingsley

Course Number: VRE403, Course Title: ELECTRICAL MACHINES LAB

Class: B.Voc. Renewable Energy, Status of Course: General Course, Approved since session: 2016-17 Total Credits: 2, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 2 (L-0-0+P/S-2), Min pds./sem: 26

Based on Theory Course

(19)

Course Number: VRE404, Course Title: ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS

Class: B.Voc. (RE)., Status of Course: General Course, Approved since session: 2016-17 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 mts. each)/week: 3 (L:3+T:0+P:0+S:0), Min.pds./sem.:39 UNIT 1: ANALOG METERS

Classification of Analog meters, Damping and controlling Torques, Different methods of obtaining operating forces, Suspension. Construction, Torque equation and errors in PMMC, Moving Iron, Electrodynamic, Thermal and Electrostatic meters.

UNIT 2: MEASUREMENT OF POWER, ENERGY, PHASE AND FREQUENCY

Principles of Electrodynamic and Induction Watt meters. Single phase Energy meter, 1-phase and 3- phase Electrodynamic power factor meter, Frequency meters, Phase Sequence determination. Moving Iron Synchroscope.

UNIT 3: MAGNETIC INSTRUMENTS

Separation of Iron losses, Epstein Squar, A.C. Bridge and A.C. Potentiometer methods, Use of CRO in Magnetic Measurements, Flux density measurement by Hall Effect, Guass meter.

UNIT 4: INSTRUMENTS CHARACTERISTICS

Calibration, Accuracy, Precision, Bias. Combination of Component Errors, Sensitivity, Threshold, Dead Space, Readability, Span, Generalized Static Stiffness, Input Impedance, Compliance, Admittance.

Mathematical Modal, Transfer Function, Zero Order System, First Order System, its response to step, Ramp, Impulse and Sinusoidal Signals. Second Order System, its response to step and sinusoidal inputs. Dead time elements. Experiment Determination of Parameters.

UNIT 5: Transducers and sensors

Various Standards for different Measurement Parameters like Motion, Force, Pressure, Flow &

Temperature, Motion Measurements: Potentiometers, Strain Gauge basics, LVDT. Various Pickups like Seismic Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration etc. Force & Torque Measurements: Basic Methods, Elastic Force transducer, load Cells, Proving Ring, Torque Measurement.

SUGGESTED READINGS:

AK Sawhney: ELECTRICAL ELECTRONIC MEASUREMENTS AND INSTRUMENTATION Golding: ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS

Deobelin EO: Measurement Systems: Application & Design Nakra, Chaudhary: Engineering Measurements

Oliver Cage: Electrical Measurements and Instrumentation

Course Number: VRE405, Course Title: POWER ELECTRONICS

Class: B.Voc. Renewable Energy, Status of Course: Skill Course, Approved since session: 2016-17 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 3 (L:3+T:0+P:0+S:0), Min.pds./sem.: 39

UNIT 1

Power Devices: Power diodes. SCRs, triac, diac, Mosfets, IGBTS. Rating characteristics, UJT, firing circuits.

Rectifier circuits: 1-Phase, semicontrolled and fully controlled rectifiers, Performance factors.

UNIT 2

3-Phase rectifiers: Full wave bridge type, Zig-zag and six phase configuration, Effect of load and source inductances.

UNIT 3: CHOPPER

SCR commutation techniques, step up and step down operation.

UNIT 4

DC Motor Control: Armature and field control of speed of dc motors, Braking.

Dual Converter: Circulating and non-circulating current types.

UNIT 4: INVERTORS

Half bridge and full bridge invertors. PMW operation, Principle of induction motor speed control.

SUGGESTED READINGS:

MH Rashid: POWER ELECTRONICS J Vithyathil: POWER ELECTRONICS

MS Berde: THYRISTER ENGINEERING MD Singh: POWER ELECTRONICS

N Mohan: POWER ELECTRONICS

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