Unique @EEE

  • High Voltage Engineering Laboratory
  • Solar Energy
  • Power Systems Laboratory
  • Programmablelogic Controllers Laboratory

High Voltage Engineering Laboratory

The Department always upholds a research culture, in parallel with the overall teaching-learning process. The outcome is the papers published by the students and faculty in National and International conferences and journals. Some of the research areas of focus a

Solar Energy

Solar energy available in plenty. Fossil fuel like coal, petroleum, gases etc. are going to be depleted in a matter of the decades. That is why government of India is placing lot of emphasis on generation of power through solar energy. In a unique proposition IARE has set up a laboratory for providing hands on experiences and research facility students and faculty in this area.

Power Systems Laboratory

The electric power system is probably the largest man-made system in the world. Despite the fact that it is over a hundred years since electricity was introduced on a larger scale as an energy carrier, no other energy form has proved to surpass its outstanding properties in form of flexibility, cleanness, compactness, etc. It is a matter of fact that virtually no activity in a modern society can take place without electricity. Furthermore, the dependency on cheap and reliable supply of electric power has increased in the age of information technology.

The focus of research in the power systems area has changed over the years. Initially the main themes were related to expansion and voltage upgrading of the power systems. These areas are still of interest in many developing countries, while in the industrialized countries the research areas of main interest are system security, or reliability, and system efficiency. System security is motivated by the higher dependency of electric power, and to achieve higher efficiency is a natural in a system that involves large economical values. The research of the Power Systems Laboratory addresses both these issues.

The research of the Power Systems Laboratory is addressing important questions and problems in the power industry described above. In the individual projects described system theory is used to study and design solutions for the power systems incorporating the most advanced communication and information technologies.

Programmablelogic Controllers Laboratory

A programmable logic controller (PLC), or programmable controller is an industrially hardened digital computer specially designed for the control of manufacturing processes, such as assembly lines for producing various products, or robotic devices, or any activity that requires high reliability and precision.They can be programmed and reprogrammed depending on the requirements without changing any hardware. In contrast with purely electronic or relay based systems known as hardwired logic a programmable logic controller provides greater flexibility.