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"A One day Work shop on Basics of MATLAB and SIMULINK by EEE Department on 19th November 2016"

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The main focus of the workshop is on Basics Models of Image Processing, Power system & Power Electronics toolbox in Mat lab.

23 Lab Assistants from the departments of EEE & ECE along with 30 Lab assistants from Various Engineering College have actively participated in this workshop.

Model Overview:

You can use Simulink® to model a system and then simulate the dynamic behavior of that system. The basic techniques you use to create the simple model in this tutorial are the same techniques that you use for more complex models.


To create this simple model, you need four Simulink blocks. Blocks are the model elements that define the mathematics of a system and provide input signals:

  • Sine Wave — Generate an input signal for the model.
  • Integrator — Process the input signal.
  • Bus Creator — Combine multiple signals into one signal.
  • Scope — Visualize and compare the input signal with the output signal.

  • Starting Simulink
  • Model Files
  • Basic Elements
  • Simple Example
  • Running Simulations
  • Building Systems

In Simulink, systems are drawn on screen as block diagrams. Many elements of block diagrams are available, such as transfer functions, summing junctions, etc., as well as virtual input and output devices such as function generators and oscilloscopes. Simulink is integrated with MATLAB and data can be easily transfered between the programs. In these tutorials, we will apply Simulink to the examples from the MATLAB tutorials to model the systems, build controllers, and simulate the systems. Simulink is supported on Unix, Macintosh, and Windows environments; and is included in the student version of MATLAB for personal computers. For more information on Simulink, please visit the Mathworks link at the top of the page.

The idea behind these tutorials is that you can view them in one window while running Simulink in another window. System model files can be downloaded from the tutorials and opened in Simulink. You will modify and extend these system while learning to use Simulink for system modeling, control, and simulation. Do not confuse the windows, icons, and menus in the tutorials for your actual Simulink windows. Most images in these tutorials are not live - they simply display what you should see in your own Simulink windows. All Simulink operations should be done in your Simulink windows.

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"INDUSTRIAL VISIT Kakatiya Thermal Power Project (KTPP) ORGANIZED BY EEE DEPARTMENT-MREC 28th October 2016"

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The Department of EEE has organized an industrial visit to “Kakatiya Thermal Power Project (KTPP) on 28th October 2016 for the benefit of third year students.

Kakatiya Thermal Power Project (KTPP) was designed BHEL. The output of the plant is 500M Watts. It means 500*24=12 Million Units working of the plant is 24*7 (365 Days)

Main Construction:

  • Cool handling
  • Boiler
  • Turbine
  • Generator

It was a great experience to visit Kakatiya Thermal Power Project (KTPP) with the students of EEE III year on 28th October 2016. Students are very much satisfied with this visit. They have shown various models of Construction of Thermal projects and students observed. This Industrial Visit more as they had opportunity to learn while experiencing and to practical Knowledge. This tour helps us to gain the maximum knowledge about the working of thermal plant.

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A One day Work shop on
"Power system Tools By using Bluesol and Neplan Software"

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The Department of EEE has organized a one-day workshop on “Power system tools – BLUESOL and NEPLAN” on 28th October 2016 for the benefit of P.G students. The resource persons are Mr.CH.BhanuSwamy, Project engineer and Mr.S.Sekhar, Application engineer From VBEngineering.

The main focus of the workshop is on current and upcoming techniques of power systems and various designs in Blue sol and Neplon software for power systems Models

Faculty members from the departments of EEE along with 26 P.G students have actively participated in this workshop.

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INDUSTRIAL VISIT (5th March-2016)

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"INDUSTRIAL VISIT ORGANIZED BY EEE DEPARTMENT-MREC ON 05th MARCH - 2016"

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The Department of EEE has organized an industrial visit to “Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services (INCOIS), Hyderabad on 05th March 2016 for the benefit of third year students.

INCOIS was established as an autonomous body in 1999 under the Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES), to provide the best possible ocean information and advisory services to society, industry, government agencies and the scientific community through sustained ocean observations and constant improvements through systematic and focused research. The INCOIS Centre team has shown various models of ocean information services on

It was a great experience to visit Regional Telecom Training Centre with the students of EEE III year on 20th February 2016. Students are very much satisfied with this visit. They have shown various models of telecommunications and students observed.

  • Potential fishing zone and Tsunami alert zone

They have explained various technologies that provide daily advisories to fisher folk to help them easily locate areas of abundant fish in the ocean while saving on both fuel and time used to search for the same. The tsunami alert zone provides information on round-the-clock monitoring and warning services for the coastal population on tsunamis, storm surges, high waves, etc. through the in-house Indian Tsunami Early Warning Centre (ITWEC).

Around 200 students wholeheartedly felt that they have learned few concepts both theoretically and practically in this visit to INCOIS. This visit is coordinated by D.Praveen kumar, M.Murali Krishna,B.Upender Rao and Mr.Kranthi Kumar.We thanks management and TEQUIP II for providing such a wonderful opportunity for visiting INCOIS, Hyderabad.

An Industrial visit to Jurala Hydro Electric Project

The Department of EEE has organized an industrial visit to “Jurala Hydro Electric Project”, Mahaboob nagar on 19th December 2014 for the benefit of Second year students.

The project construction was started in 2008, planned to completed it by 2014. But due to the delay it may completed by end of 2015. There will be 6 units, each can produce 40 MW power. The first unit was synchronized in December 2013 and the second unit was synchronized in January 2014 and connected to the grid.

It was a great experience to visit Jurala Hydro Electric Project with the students of EEE II year on 19th December 2014. Students are very much satisfied with this visit.


SEMINAR: One day Seminar on Recent Trends in Large Turbo Generator Construction, Excitation and Protection

The Department of EEE has organized a One day Seminar on “Recent Trends in Large Turbo Generator Construction, Excitation and Protection” on 17th December 2014 for the benefit of third year students. The resource person is Mr B.Raju, ADE, from KTPS.

The main focus of the Seminar is on current and upcoming techniques in Construction and Erection of various turbo generators, excitation, Protection syatems. In the seminar the speaker had delivered his talk on various turbo generators related to Non Renewable energy generation.

Faculty members from the departments of EEE along with III B.Tech students have actively participated in this seminar.


A Two day Work shop on MATLAB Applications on Control Systems & Power Electronics

The Department of EEE has organized a Two day Work shop on “MATLAB Applications on Control Systems & Power Electronics ” from 26th to 27th September 2014 for the benefit of third year students and faculty members. The resource person is Mr.Ch.V.Krishna kishore AE AP TRansco, Mr.S.Viswanath & Mr.P.Bhanu Prakash, MATLAB Trainers.

The main focus of the Seminar is on Various Design and programming techniques in MATLAB for various power Electronics and power system Models. In the seminar the speakers had delivered his talk on Transmission Equipment and various losses in power system and design of various blocks using MATLAB.

Faculty members from the departments of EEE along with III B.Tech students have actively participated in this seminar.


SEMINAR: Importance of Industry Institution Interaction Cell (IIIC) and Various Activities under Industry Institution Interaction Cell (IIIC)

The, Malla Reddy Engineering College has organized a The Department of EEE has organized a Seminar Under Industry Institution Interaction Cell (IIIC) “Importance of IIIC and Various Activities under IIIC” on 18th June 2016 for the benefit of Faculty Members. The resource person is Dr N.Rajeswaran, Professor Department of EEE, MREC(A).


Title of the Programme Date of conduct No. of participants Sponsored body/institute
Model Based System Embedded Systems Design & Development Research & Innovation center Setup 21st Dec 2016 100 TEQIP

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