PROJECT-II (3360909)

  • Syllabus:
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  • Study Material:
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Unit – 1 Traction Systems and Latest Trends        click here click here
Unit – 2 Mechanics of Train Movement        click here click here
Unit – 3 Traction Motors and Their
Control
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Unit – 4 Electric Locomotives and
Auxiliary Equipment
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Unit – 5 Feeding and Distribution System         click here click here
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Summer – 2018   Winter – 2017   Summer – 2017
Winter- 2016  Summer – 2016   Winter – 2015
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  • Reference Books
Sr Title Author Publication
1 Modern Electric Tractio H. Partab Dhanpat Rai and Sons, New Delhi
2 Electric Traction J. Upadhyay S. N. Mahendra Allied Publishers Ltd., Dhanpat Rai and Sons, New
3 Electric Traction A.T. Dover Mac millan, Dhanpat Rai and Sons, New Delhi
4 Electric Traction Hand Book R. B. Brooks Sir Isaac Pitman and sons ltd. London
  • Course Outcome

The theory should be taught and practical should be undertaken in such a manner that students are able to acquire different learning outcomes in cognitive, psychomotor and affective domains to demonstrate the following course outcomes:
i. Distinguish different traction systems and latest trends in traction systems.
ii. Differentiate services of traction system based on speed time curve.
iii. Control different types of traction motors
iv. Use various traction system auxiliaries.
v. Explain the distribution system of a traction system.

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SUBJECT IN CHARGE

PROF. KARTIK K PATEL

(ELECTRICAL ENGG. DEPT.)