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  1. PREAMBLE OFElectrical & Electronics Engineering Materials

  2. PREAMBLE STRUCTURE • HOLLISTIC FIX • KEY CONCEPT • KEY RESEARCH AREA • KEY APPLICATION • INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION • RESEARCH • HOW WE STUDY • KEY JOBS • PROJECTS ONE CAN DO • TRENDS INDEX

  3. PREMBLE STRUCTURE Introduction to Elect. & Electron Materials Why, What, Where How

  4. NAME OF THE INSTRUCTOR: Mr.T.S.S.Subramanian 2. CABIN LOCATION: 328 3. TELEPHONENO.9917952671 4. EMAIL-ID: eee403.hcst@gmail.com 5. MEETING HOURS– 2.00 P.M to 3.00 P.M. TEACHERS INTRODUCTION

  5. PREREQUISITES • Basic Knowledge of Solid State Physics, Inorganic & organic Chemistry • (12th standard) • Basic Conductors, Semiconductors, Insulators, Magnetic Materials • Usage of Electrical & Electronics devices & gadgets • Knowledge of Solid state physics, Magnetism, conductivity in materials HOLLISTIC FIX OF ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING MATERIALS

  6. ADVANCE COURSE (5, 6th-7th SEM) • Elements of Power System • Power System Analysis • Switch Gear & Protection • Utilization of Electrical Energy & Traction HOLLISTIC FIX OF EEMAT………CONTINUED

  7. SCOPE IN RELATED FIELDS… • Microprocessors • Integrated Circuits • Aerospace • Power Generation, Transmission, Distribution & Utilization • Biomedical devices • Electrical Machinaries HOLLISTIC FIX OF DC…….Continued

  8. Key Concepts related to EEMAT

  9. Conductors

  10. Semiconductors

  11. Insulators

  12. What is Information? Also watch— http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcourse-contents/IIT-Delhi/Semiconductor%20Devices/index.htm

  13. Crystal Structure Crystal Structure

  14. Bravais Crystal Structure

  15. Atomic Bonds

  16. Crystal Imperfections Edge Dislocation Screw Dislocation Point Defect

  17. Crystal Growth

  18. Energy Bands in Solids

  19. Thermoelectric effect

  20. Seebeck, Peltier & Thomson effect Peltier Effect Seebeck Effect Thomson Effect

  21. Superconductivity

  22. Application of Superconductivity

  23. Hall Effect

  24. Magnetostriction

  25. Research areas in cluster of EEMAT: • Development of insulator to work at higher temperatures • Superconductivity at ambient temperatures • Development of Solar Cell – Photovoltaic cell System • Reduction in iron & IR losses KEY RESEARCH AREA OF……………. ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING MATERIALS

  26. Key Jobs & Companies PRIVATE SECTOR  ABB www.abb.com KEC International http://www.kecrpg.com/ Moser Baer PVhttp://www.moserbaerpv.in/ Central Electronics Limitedhttp://www.celindia.co.in/ National Semiconductor http://www.national.com/analog/locations/india Gloster Cables Limited http://www.glostercable.com/ Crompton greaves http://www.cglonline.com/products/power/trs_oilfill.htm

  27. Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited www.bhel.com Bharat Electronics Limited. www.bel-india.com Hindustan Aeronautics Limited. www.hal-india.com Defense Research & Development Organization. www.drdo.org NTPC www.ntpc.co.in PUBLIC SECTOR JOBS

  28. HOW WE STUDY......?

  29. Kit based Projects: • Fibre Optic Audio receiver • Light based signal transmission- receiving system To Develop 500 VA transformer based Projects: • Design rectifier with filter to provide smooth output • Design pumping system with motor driven arrangement To design Solar Based Projects: • Solar Heater • Solar Cooling / Refrigation • Solar PV - Lighting Projects in Electrical & Electronics Engineering Materials

  30. 1669 –Crystal Symmetry was first invesitigated 1771- Bioelectricity on frog 1827 – Ohms law 1828 – Electric bulb invented 1831 – Theory of Electricity & Magnetism 1834 – Peltier effect was invented 1839 – Photovoltaic effect was recognised 1842 – Magenetostriction was identified by James Joule 1851 –Thomson effect was predicted 1879 – Hall Effect was invented 1883 – First Solar Cell was built Trends in Electrical & Electronics Engineering Materials

  31. 1905 – Photoelectric effect was explained by Albert Einstein 1911- Superconductor was invented in 1911 by Dutch physicist, Heike Kammerlingh Onnes 1912 – Invented - Crystal used as diffraction grating 1925- First patent for transistor is filed 1954 – Texas instruments produced first transistor , Trends Continued

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