Bachelor of Engineering with (Honours) in Electrical/electronics Engineering aims to give the students an introductory working knowledge of modern electric power systems and the key issues in the operation of these systems. The programme concentrates on the development of a clear understanding of the philosophy of modern power system operation, and the systems used for large-scale generation, transmission and distribution of electric power. Upon completion of this programme, students will be able to analyse, model, and predict the performance of systems and devices including single-phase and three-phase systems, transformers, transmission and distribution networks that make up an electric power system. Past and current practices, as well as trends in the operation of modern power systems will be covered. New requirements imposed by deregulation, open access, and market competition are discussed.

## Second Year

Differentiation

Integration

Applications of integration

Applications of differentiation

Functions of more than one real variables

Ordinary Differential equations

Series: Convergence, Divergence, Power series, Maclaurins, Taylor.

Matrices: Rank of a matrix, solution of system of equation by Gauss, eigen value and eigen vectors, quadratic form

Vectors in three dimensions: Scalar and vector triple product, application from mechanics.

Boolean algebra: Number systems and codes

Programming: Basic I/O, Basic Data types, Sequence, selection and iteration, Use of control graph. Introduction to procedural programming, Use of call graph,. Implementation of simple algorithms, Elementary code inspection and testing. Fundamental quality attributes of code, Introduction to professional programming conventions and protocols, Implementation using abstract structures, referential data types. Use of file I/O. Implementation of few complex algorithms/ data structures. Introduction to OOP paradigm: Class, object, association, inheritance, polymorphism. Programming in C++ or Java JDK, and MATLAB. Implementation of generic data structures in OOP (stack, linked list e.t.c). Use of objects in ADT. Testing of OO code. Quality attributes of OO code

Mechanical Engineering Workshop (10 weeks, Term II)

Civil and Surveying workshop technology (10 weeks, Term III)

SURVEY OF PROPERTIES OF MATERIAL

BOND THEORY

PHASE DIAGRAMS

IRON AND STEEL PRODUCTION

HEAT TREATMENT OF STEEL

NON FERROUS METALS

ENVIROMENTAL EFFECTS

SELECTION OF MATERIALS

UNIT A1.2 USING AVERAGE AND R.M.S VALUES

UNIT A1.3 APPLYING KIRCHHOFF’S LAWS

UNIT A1.4 ANALYSING NETWORK THEOREMS

UNIT A1.5 ANALYSING SIMPLE DC NETWORKS

UNIT A1.6 APPLYING ELECTROMAGNETIC PRINCIPLES AND MAGNETISM

UNIT A1.7 APPLYING ELECTROSTATIC PRINCIPLES AND ELECTROSTATICS

UNIT A1.8 ANALYSING STEADY STATE RESPONSE OF SIMPLE RLC NETWORKS TO SINUSOIDAL EXCITATION

UNIT A1.9 APPLYING POWER IN AC.CIRCUITS

UNIT A1.10 APPLYING RESONANCE IN SERIES AND PARALLEL RLC CIRCUITS

UNIT A1.12 USING THREE PHASE SYSTEMS (I.E DELTA/STAR CONNECTIONS)

UNIT B1.1 USING SEMICONDUCTOR THEORY

UNIT B2.1 APPLYING JUNCTION DIODES, BIPOLAR JUNCTIONTRANSISTORS AND UNIPOLAR TRANSISTORS (FET’s)

UNIT B3.1 USING AMPLIFIERS

UNIT B4.1 IDENTIFYING SPECIAL SOLID – STATE DEVICES

UNIT B5.1 USING FILTERS

PROJECTION METHODS

DIMENSIONING

SECTIONAL VIEWS

ASSEMBLY DRAWING

ENGINEERING GRAPHICS

INTRODUCTION TO CAD

2.0 STATICS OF BODIES

3.0 FLUID STATICS

4.0 KINEMATICS OF PARTICLE

5.0 FLUID DYNAMICS

## Third Year

Fourier series

Fourier Transforms

Multiple Integration

Vector Algebra

Vector calculus

Partial Differential equations

Functions of complex variables: mappings, analytical functions, complex integration

2.0 Digital Electronic Signals and Switches

3.0 Basic Logic Gates

4.0 Programmable Logic Devices: CPLDs and FPGAs with VHDL Design

5.0 Boolean Algebra and Reduction Techniques

6.0 Arithmetic Operations and Circuits

7.0 Code converters

8.0 Logic Families

9.0 Memory Elements: Flip-Flops and Registers

10.0 Practical Considerations for Digital Designs

11.0 Counter Circuits and State Machines

12.0 Shift Registers

13.0 Multivibrators and the 555 Timer

14.0 Digital Analogue Interface

15.0 Memory

16.0 The 8051 Microcontroller

Introduction to Electrical machines

Magnetism and Magnetic Circuits

3.0 Electromechanical Energy Conversion

4.0 Direct Current Machines

5.0 Single-Phase Transformers

6.0 Induction Machines

7.0 Synchronous Machines

8.0 Industrial Motor Control

## Fourth Year

2.0 Z – transformation

3.0 Statistics

GENERATION

ECONOMICS OF POWER GENERATION

PER UNIT SYSTEM REPRESENTATION

TRANSMISSION LINES

POWER QUALITY IN ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEMS

SYMMETRICAL FAULTS CALCULATIONS

ELECTROSTATIC FIELDS

MAGNETOSTATIC FIELDS

INTRODUCTION TO GUIDED WAVES

3.0 Induction Machines

4.0 Synchronous Machines

5.0 Permanent Magnet Machines

6.0 Reluctance Machines

Functions of the Major Components with Particular Emphasis on the Intel 8085

The general architecture of a microprocessor and programming

Input/output operations and devices

I/O operation i.e. memory map

Addressing modes

Interrupt control

Interfacing types e.g. series and parallel

Programming procedures

State-variable models

System Responses

Control System Characteristics

Stability Analysis

Development and use of the Design Process in production of a design solution to a novel engineering design problem.

Problem solving techniques.

Development and use of applicable analytical techniques used in proving a design solution.

Production of 3-D models and assemblies in support of a design solution.

Research and investigation into design possibilities, component or system availability and incorporation into a design, justification for a design configuration, innovation or adaptation.

Writing a design report containing an explanation and justification of the design

## Fifth Year

AC – DC CONVERTERS (NON- CONTROLLED)

AC – DC CONVERTERS (NON- CONTROLLED)

AC to AC CONVERTERS

DC-DC CONVERTERS(CHOPPERS)

COMPONENT TEMPERATURE CONTROL AND HEAT SINKS

UNSYMMETRICAL FAULT ANALYSIS:

POWER FLOW ANALYSIS:

OVERVOLTAGES AND INSULATION COORDINATION:

HIGH VOLTAGE DC TRANSMISSION:

TRANSIENT STABILITY

MOTOR HEATING, COOLING & RATING:

ROTATING M/C WINDINGS:

ELECTRICAL DRIVE SYSTEMS

AC DRIVE SYSTEMS.

Planning

Organising

Leading

Controlling

Managerial systems

Industrial and operations management

Marketing

TQM

TPM

JIT

Engineering Economics

Financial accounting and management

Investigation into an engineering problem or phenomenon

Research and analysis into relevant previous work on the problem or phenomenon being investigated.

Use of appropriate analysis techniques.

Use of appropriate design techniques (if required) and the production of appropriate designs (where necessary).

Production of hardware (where appropriate or necessary).

Testing and the production and interpretation of results.

Production of a project report that includes conclusions and recommendations.

Personal Development Planning (PDP).

Report writing.

2.0 System Earthing

3.0 Switch Gear

4.0 Fuses

5.0 Relay Technology

6.0 Current Transformers

7.0 Voltage Transformers

8.0 Overcurrent Protection

9.0 Differential Protection

10.0 Distance Protection

11.0 Auto reclosing

12.0 Transmission Line Protection

13.0 Transformer Protection

14.0 Busbar Protection

15.0 AC Motor Protection