Labs - COE Alexandria | AASTMT
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Renewable Energy Systems Lab (Room 042-A)

It presents the essential need to prepare students with a comprehensive background in renewable energies. These lab experiments help the students understanding the main concepts regarding renewable energy, energy measurement and energy storage. The three main resources are Solar, Wind and Fuel cell. The laboratory serves NE467 course.

Electrical Drives Lab (Room 042-B)

The electrical drives laboratory offers a great chance for undergraduate as well as postgraduate students to experience and be familiar with conventional electrical drives systems as well as modern advanced drives systems by experimenting AC and DC machine drive systems.The laboratory serves the following courses: EE424, EE521 and EE522.

Automation Lab (Room 101)

The automation laboratory offers great opportunity to understand the industrial automation systems using high tech.programmable logic controller kits of Siemens available in the market. The laboratory contains most of the equipment required in industrial applications such as pressure, temperature sensors, motors and controllers .The laboratory serves the following courses: EE512 and EE518.

Measurements Lab (Room 103-A) 

In this Laboratory, students are introduced to number of sensors and measurement equipment. Characteristics of these sensors are illustrated altogether with experiments covering their operation as well as their application’s practice. The laboratory serves the following courses: EE211, EE312 and EE512.

Automatic Control Lab (Room 103-B)

In this laboratory students are introduced into the basic principles of mastery of industrial applications. Using instrumentation and measurement equipment’s various areas of analogue automatic control are investigated such as pressure and flow, valve calibration and temperature control. The interfacing of analogue and digital circuit and control principles are also investigated such as computer control of motor speed and transient analysis of control systems using computer interface. The laboratory serves the following courses: EE311, EE312 and EE411.


Digital Control Lab (Room 105) 

This laboratory attempts to clarify some of the concepts of digital control and digital circuit applications. Using advanced digital design computer software, students gain the knowledge of the various methods of digital circuit integration, circuit analysis and also power system analysis. Practical digital applications are investigated using microcontroller kits, circuit kits, programmable logic controllers and robotics equipment. The laboratory serves the following courses: EE413, EE441 and EE514.


Power Systems and Protection Lab (Room 114) 

The laboratory enables students to demonstrate the principle of power transmission using a model transmission line, electric loads connection such as induction motors, capacitor banks and resistors to preview their effect on a power system. In addition this laboratory is equipped with facilities that cover all power system protection related topics and achieve experimental verification of principles and practice of protective relaying. The laboratory serves the following courses: EE341, EE441, EE449T, EE442 and EE541.

Electrical Circuits Lab (Room 146)

It provides the essential knowledge for the student to understand and validate the AC and DC electric circuits’ concepts. The laboratory also familiarize the student with measurements devices, power supplies and different circuit elements. The laboratory serves the following courses: EE238, EE231, EE236, EE232 and EE239.

Electrical Motors Operation and Protection Lab (Room 150-A)

The laboratory provides the essential knowledge for relay logic control of a three phase induction motor with the main switches and protection elements. Besides that, a smart relay is used for motor control and to simulate a process with inputs/outputs simulator panel. Also, the necessary measurements of current and voltage are provided. The laboratory consists of three identical units. The laboratory serves the following courses: EE442, EE512 and EE518.

Power Electronics Lab (Room 150-B)

The laboratory offers various equipment and tools for investigating power electronics related experiments. In addition the laboratory provides voltage and current measurement probes, Digital storage oscilloscope and a three-phase harmonic analyzer. The laboratory serves the following courses: EE323, EE423 and EE424.

Electrical Machines Lab (Room 201) 

The electric machines laboratory provides the opportunity to understand and examine the behavior of converting electrical energy to mechanical energy and vice versa and understand the classical electrical machines to drive several mechanical loads as well as synchronizing generators to be connected on a single local network.  Also it includes modules of power electronic devices and scopes suitable to build power electronic circuits and demonstrate device control and performance. Furthermore, basic converter and inverter drive sets are available to be applied with different machine types. The laboratory serves the following courses: EE321, EE322, EE328, EE329, EE421, EE422, EE423, EE424 EE521 and EE522.

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