This course is the first course on Control Systems for the students of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. It therefore reviews and builds on mathematical, mechanical and electrical courses such as differential equations, mechanics, circuit analysis, Laplace Transforms etc that students took at previous levels, since control is an inter-disciplinary course. It also provides introductory treatment of the analysis and design of control systems, with tools such as Routh-Hurwitz table, Bode plots, Nyquist diagrams etc. Use of the Control Tool Box in MATLAB for numerical and graphical analysis of control systems is integrated in the course to enhance learning.
This course exposes students to Introduction to I.C. Operational amplifier Amplifier circuits Application of Op-Amps Active filter design Power supply design Oscillator circuits
This course is the first course on Communication Principles for the students of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. It therefore reviews and builds on mathematical, mechanical and electrical courses such as Fourier series, Fourier transfroms, and Laplace transforms, that students took at previous levels, since communication principles a key course in modern day electrical engineering. It also provides introductory treatment of the analysis and design of modulation systems, with lectures on digital coding methods, error correction analysis, PCM and DM, ideal and matched filters. Concepts of block coding and Shannon theorem will also be introduced to the students.
This course is the first course on Computer Engineering for the students. It considers the introduction to the fundamentals of computability, programming architecture which looks at controlling with FSM, General purpose microprocessor Architecture, machine language abstraction, Instruction set architecture with examples of data paths, central processing units, JVM and instruction set architecture. Machine model, Machine language programming Instructions, primary instruction Encoding, assemble language, Macros and symbols, Labels, calls and returns, Stacks, Stack implementations, Interpreters and compilers, Assemble language-Machine language translation, Memory hierarchy, and Operating system, Resource allocation, multiprocessor with shared memory, cache coherence-Inherence.
This course is designed primarily for the students in electrical/electronics engineering disciplines. The course provides knowledge on how to electricity is been generated, transmitted and distributed to the end users. Topics to be covered include Structure of electric system, load characteristics, energy transmission and distribution. Balanced and unbalanced delta and Wye connected loads. Delta-wye transformation. Use of symmetrical component method to solve unbalanced three-phase networks. Principles and methods of energy conversion employing steam, gas, water, nuclear, wind and magnetohydrodynamic generation. Solar and other renewable energy. Prime mover systems, generators, characteristics, equivalent circuits, control and operation. Voltage regulation. Siting of power stations. Power station auxiliaries. Power system equipment standards and safety.
A laboratory work designed to demonstrate topics covered in first semester 400 level courses: control theory, communication principles, digital engineering, electronic engineering, computer techniques and electric power principles.