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Energy Conversion Devices

by Nihar Ranjan Rout
Type: PracticalInstitute: Biju Patnaik University of Technology Downloads: 2Views: 82Uploaded: 10 months agoAdd to Favourite

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LABORATORY MANUAL ON ENERGY CONVERSION DEVICE Name.......................................................................................... Registration No. ......................................................................... Roll No. ...................................................................................... Branch/House............................................................................. DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING GANDHI INSTITUTE FOR TECHNOLOGY BHUBANESWAR (Approved by AICTE, NewDelhi & Affiliated to BPUT, Odisha) AN ISO 9001 : 2008 Certified Institute 1
LABORATORY MANUAL ON ENERGY CONVERSION DEVICE Compiled by : Prof. Rupali Mohanty Dept. of EEE Engg. Gramatically Checked by : Prof. Pranati Mishra Dept. of English Proof reading & Editing by : Prof. Debasis Nanda Dept. of EEE Chief Editor : Prof. (Dr.) Pravat Kumar Subudhi Dean (Academics) 2nd yr. Course coordinator Edition: Seventh Edition : 2016 Published by : Gandhi Institute For Technology (GIFT) Bhubaneswar, Odisha Copyright by: Gandhi Institute For Technology, Bhubaneswar. No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form or by any means without permission from Gandhi institute For Technology, Bhubaneswar. 2
GANDHI INSTITUTE FOR TECHNOLOGY BHUBANESWAR VISION To suffice for educational demand of the globe, by achieving excellence through a systematic edifice of performance and service revolving around intellectual, personal and professional growth by encouraging innovation and research built upon tradition of unparalleled quality. MISSION  To advance knowledge in major paradigms of technology and to create a distinctive culture of research and innovation among the budding engineers with collaboration of faculties, technocrats, funding agencies and experts from other premier institutes for generating a pool of professionals,  To generate a pool of eco-preneurs with the ability to address the industry and social issues of highest standard with inherent concern for environment,  To meet the expectations of our society by equipping our students to stride forth as resourceful citizens and conscious of the immense responsibilities to make the world a better place to live in,  To create at least one Center of Excellence within upcoming two academic years in one of the specialized engineering domain. 3
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING VISION To create a distinctive culture, that could enable students and faculty members collaboratively approach to advance their knowledge about recent advancements in the core domains of electrical and electronics engineering, such as power electronics, smart grids, renewable energy etc., and develop effective, implementable and environment friendly solutions towards solving the energy vs. sustainability crisis for present and future society. MISSION 1. To develop a distinctive environment where student, teacher can learn and acquire necessary knowledge and skills through effective collaborations and holiStic interactions. 2. To create a culture of research and Innovation through necessary communication with the premier institutions and contribute to the research community though high quality publications in reputed journals. 3. To create a conducive ambience where students and f a c ul t y m em b e r s ca n e n g ag e t h em s e l v e s f or developing effective solutions for recent as well as prominent future challenges in the area of energy generation, transmission and distribution. 4. To Generate a pool of professionals and entrepreneurs with the ability to address the industry and social problems through effective communication skills and should be able to provide required weightage towards societal and sustainable issues. 4

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