In the restructured environment, electrical utilities are using distributed generation sources and energy-efficient technologies to meet power shortage / power quality issues, which raised the fault level and power surges. The fault current level in many places may often exceed from their withstanding capacity of present infrastructure. Due to poor financial viability, Indian electrical utilities are interested in avoiding up gradation of existing networks with enhancement of network flexibility, sustainability and reliability. Therefore, it is needed to control fault currents to a level at which conventional protection equipment can operate safely with the consideration of financial burden on electric utilities. Looking to the Indian power sector, the fault current limiter (FCL) is a promising option to enhance the useful life of the equipment, even though exceed from their withstands capability. This blog is aimed at describing how the researcher and Best universities in Jaipur like JK Lakshmipat University can support utility engineers for the FCL application.
FCL is adaptable to electrical utility constraints such as location choice, modularity and space availability. Under normal operation, these devices have a negligible impedance until a fault event occurs. They are of two types: Superconducting fault current limiter (SFCL) and solid-state fault current limiter (SSFCL). SFCL uses superconducting based material to limit fault current while SSFCL controls the same by using high-speed solid-state switching devices. On the basis of fault current limiting capacity, restoration time and voltage sag mitigation parameter, it is observed that the solid-state fault current limiter is more efficient than the solid-state fault current limiter. The Key benefits of fault current limiter are: Continue reading
After passing 10+2 exams, most confusing task for a student and their parents is to choose college and then branch, especially when they have to choose an engineering college. Everyone wants to take admission in the best engineering college but it is not easy to define best college. Normally people judge the college by its ranking in the media or in the newspapers, placement statics, etc. These ranking are based on the data provided by the institution itself and can vary with the reality. Also the ranking is of institution, not the program. Most of the people don’t understand the placement statics shown by the colleges. The only focus is on the highest package offered (even it was offered to single student).
Another confusion is to choose the program and branch. Students wants to take admission in some other branch or program and parents wants some other. The reason of this confusion is the placement statics of the influence of known or relatives. Continue reading
Guided by the vision of noted philanthropist industrialist Lala Lakshmipat Singhania, JK Lakshmipat University was set up in Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan, in the year 2011. According to Lala Lakshmipat Singhania, higher learning and management skills are essential for Indian industry and economy to grow and compete globally. JK Lakshmipat University is built on the pillars of quality education, social service, commitment, dedication, Indian values through design and delivery of innovative and need based training programmes.
Under the visionary leadership of eminent and legendary personalities like Shri Bharat Hari Singhania (Chancellor, JKLU), Dr. Raghupati Singhania (Pro Chancellor JKLU, and winner of the famous TIA Hall of Fame 2015) and Dr. Roshan Lal Raina (Vice Chancellor JKLU; Ex-Professor IIM Lucknow, and a well-respected management thought leader) the university has attained such a stature that the quality of JKLU education system needs no promotion. As a recognition of the excellent quality of education and work done by JKLU, it has been felicitated with distinguished awards and honours such as ‘Indian Education Excellence Award 2012’, ‘Education Excellence Award 2013’, ‘Global Education Excellence Award 2013’, ‘South Asian Academy Award 2013’, ‘Quality initiative Mission Education Leadership Award 2013’, and ‘Best University for Academic Excellence in India’, Award 2015. Continue reading
Since past decade, there has been a rapid change in the way global economy and business organisations have evolved. Thomas Friedman in his book “The World is Flat” suggested that today the rate of change in all aspects is much different than it was in the past. On one hand, world is becoming flat at a warp speed and the economic cycles are getting shorter thus posing newer challenges while on the other hand these changes are providing immense growth opportunities. In such a situation it is just a question of identifying opportunities and harnessing them. In this changing scenario, Institute of Management at JK Lakshmipat University, Jaipur (JKLU) established by JK group has emerged as one of the leaders in providing management education.
Under the esteemed guidance of highly eminent individuals like Shri Bharat Hari Singhania (Chancellor JKLU and President of the JK Organisation), Dr. Raghupati Singhania (Pro Chancellor JKLU, Vice Chairman & Managing Director of JK Tyre and winner of the famous TIA Hall of Fame 2015), and Dr. Roshan Lal Raina (Vice Chancellor JKLU and former Professor of IIM Lucknow) the higher quality of JKLU education system needs no promotion. The visionary leadership at JKLU generates a feeling of belongingness amongst students, faculty and staff making the environment extremely comfortable for young minds to focus on learning and experimenting with newer paradigms of management education and practice. Continue reading
Scholars may be born but it is not an exaggeration if we say that they can be made too. In education through classroom have many flaws like – increasing population of students, and teaching restricted to classrooms only. The solution to these flaws lies in ICT (Information Communication Technology) based learning like more virtual universities, cost effective solutions and shared whiteboards. 20th century can be recognized as “Textual Era” and 21st century is known as “Digital Era” because today modernization of education took place. E-Learning facilitates people to learn anytime and anywhere. It reduces access time and distances. Smart Classes are necessary for effective teaching learning process which enhances interactive visual communication.
JK Lakshmipat University, Jaipur is one of the best universities in Jaipur, Rajasthan at top notch to implement latest classroom teaching methodologies. JK Lakshmipat University practises outcome based teaching learning processes including industry ready curriculum, research orientation at undergraduate level, highly qualified & skilled faculty expertise in respective domains, and infrastructure makes it the best choice for educational destination. Become a part of this academic excellence institution. Continue reading
What is nanotechnology?
Nanotechnology is a multidisciplinary branch on engineering involving study of materials at a length scale of 1-100 nm. One nanometer is a billionth of nanometer. For reference, a sheet of paper is 100 thousand times thicker than a nm and a human hair is 70 thousand times thicker than a nm. Nanotechnology involves synthesis, imaging, modeling, and manipulating materials at this length scale. The materials properties at this length scale are very different than the bulk scale properties of materials. The difference between bulk properties and nanoscale properties is due to the different nature of physics theories. At nanoscale the quantum effects govern the properties of the materials unlike at the bulk scale where classical mechanics govern the behavior of material properties. Because of this difference, the materials designed using nanotechnology demonstrate unprecedented properties and scientist are taking advantage of nanoscale phenomena to bring useful and innovative applications.
Carbon nanotubes are one of the most researched nanomaterials because of their excellent mechanical, electrical and thermal properties. It consists of carbon atoms covalently bonded in a cylindrical crystalline lattice. A single wall carbon nanotube consists one cylinder of carbon atoms while multiwall carbon nanotubes have many concentric cylindrical lattices of carbon atoms. Single walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) are much lighter yet many times stronger than steel making them the strongest known material. The Young’s modulus of SWCNTs is in order of 1 TPa, where as carbon fibers have 800 GPa and glass fibers have 70 GPa. CNTs have average breaking strength of 30 GPA whereas carbon fiber about 6 GPa and high strength steel about 3 GPa. Continue reading
In today’s world where information is available in abundance and key to access this information lies at your fingertips, the need for a better and advanced institution becomes more and more important. An institution, where you learn how to use the information as knowledge and apply it for the good of society, as such is JK Lakshmipat University, located in the silent exterior of Jaipur providing not only the ambience but also the apparatus to cultivate yourself as a good professional. The focus is not merely on making you a good professional but entirely on making you a valuable professionals with values deeply rooted.
The university has two schools: IET (Institute of Engineering and Technology) and IM (Institute of Management). But what looks most promising are the high standard laboratories with state of the art equipment setup. One of the most eye-catching feature here is its Library consisting of more than 15,000 books from various disciplines including history, philosophy, culture etc. alongside engineering and management epics. Continue reading
As electricity demands are increasing day by day causing unbalance in the present grid system which results in various causes like load shedding, unbalance voltage etc. which ultimately affects the consumers.
Though government has taken series of steps to increase the generation capacity, it has lagged behind electricity demand and in addition to this, almost 25 -30% generated power is lost due to theft and other technical and non-technical factors. The major part of this loss occurred in the distribution sector, which is most daunting sector due to its complexity, interface with public at large with different needs & expectations. These high losses are neutralizing all other efficiency and improvement initiatives, which are the biggest challenges for distribution sector. The need to improve this sector was realized and step had taken to reduce high transmission & distribution (T&D) losses, control the theft / pilferage and rationalize the tariff.
The adaptation of smart grid offers a potential to revolutionize electricity supply system more effectively. Smart grid is a platform that integrates, monitor and operate electrical system in an automated fashion and provides a better use of existing network with basic automation systems followed by its upgradation. In India, challenges for implementation of smart grid are high transmission & distribution (T&D) losses, power theft, inadequate grid infrastructure, low metering efficiency and lack of awareness. The adoption of smart grid in India is a necessity not a luxury and will have following priorities. Continue reading
Prof Dr-Ing Anupam Kumar Singh*
Summary: Ethics and professional values are the most precious for professionals such as Engineers, Doctors, Lawyers, and Tax consultants. Since civilizations, India has been recognized for high ethical, professional and human values. However, after arrival of foreign rulers as well neo-rulers post-independence, there has been sharp decline and degradation in ethical and professional standards among Indian youths. The important reasons for degradation of ethical standards may be attributed to values in the university such as privatization of higher education system, delay in reinforcement of minimum technical education standards, easy access to large pool of information available through internet; values in the community such as excess exposure to social and digital media resources, declining human values among family and youths, limited mentoring support from family, and values in the world community such as over dependence on material wealth. The situation got further compounded as values in the world community got extremely high social recognition, and thus excessive increasing the market demand of professions such as engineers, doctors, managers, and lawyers. This article explores new possibilities and means for high professional values for technical education in India. The author suggests several possibilities to recover lost glory of Indian civilization, and establish once again modern Bharat based on high standards in human values and ethics, simplicity of living, and freedom of professional expression.
The Technical education landscape is changing rapidly due to establishment of large number of private universities and academic institutions in India during last 10-years. Indian higher education system needs massive expansion up to 1500 universities during next 5 years, in order to attain a gross enrolment ratio of 15% of the population, as desired by Government of India. In spite of last 6-decades of sustained efforts, India has just 160 central universities, 320 state universities, 210 private universities, and 12,800 technical institutions. The academic quality of these universities and institutions varies due to poor compliance of academic standards as laid down by regulatory agencies. Just one-third of universities and one-fifth of technical institutions in India have been accredited either by National Academic and Accreditation Council (NAAC) or National Board of Accreditation (NBA). Continue reading
As computer networking becomes an increasingly routine part of our daily lives, the jobs of computer networking specialists and administrators become more important. It is the job of the computer-networking specialist to keep the networks working. Once a network goes down, many businesses cease to function until it returns to normal. Computer networks have become the communications backbone of large and small businesses.
Networking is changing the world of consumer electronics, biomedicine, industrial automation, supercomputing, cloud computing and defence. With the advent of Ethernet-enabled sensors and controllers, companies are increasingly looking at hooking their factory floor to their executive offices and beyond. Enterprise management is another widespread application made possible by networking. Continue reading