MATLAB (matrix laboratory) is a multi-paradigm numerical computing environment and fourth-generation programming language. MATLAB is a high-performance language for technical computing. It integrates computation, visualization, and programming in an easy-to-use environment where problems and solutions are expressed in familiar mathematical notation. Typical uses include: Math and computation. Algorithm development. Etc.

Topics to Be Covered

Day 1

Fundamentals of MATLAB

• Fundamental of MATLAB
• Variables Creation
• Arithmetic Operations
• Math & Trigonometric Functions
• Predefined Variables
• Strings, Arrays & Cell Arrays
• Vector and matrix data
• 3D matrix visualization
• 2D matrix visualization
• Matlab Scripts & m-functions
• Conditional Statements

Introduction to Toolboxes & Technologies

• Symbolic Math Toolbox
• Fuzzy Logic Toolbox
• Global Optimization Toolbox – Genetic Algorithm
• Neural Network Toolbox
• Curve Fitting Toolbox
• Instrumentation Control Toolbox

• Introduction to Block-Sets
• Simulation Properties
• Commonly Used Block Sets
• Inports&Outports
• Subsystem, Sinks & Sources
• Scope Properties, Importing & Exporting data
• Connecting Blocks & Properties
• Working with Mux &Demux
• Creating Bus
• Logic & Math Operations
• Look-up Tables
• Circuit Designing
• Circuit Simulation
• Waveform Analysis
•  Encryption & Decryption of Waveform

Day 2

Power System Analysis

• Introduction to Transmission Network System
• Defining Line data, Bus Data in Transmission Network
• Forming Y bus admittance Matrix
• Newton Raphson Method for Load Flow Analysis
• Gauss Seidel Method for Load Flow Analysis
• Introduction to FACTS Devices
• Analysis for placement of FACTS Devices
• Working with STATCOM
• Placement and analysis of STATCOM
• Case Studies: STATCOM placement for IEEE 30 bus system
• Case Studies: Load Flow Analysis for IEEE 6 bus System

Day 3

Simpower System

• Introduction to power Electronics Systems
• Simulation of variable speed motor control
• Modeling a nonlinear inductance
• Simulation of a DC Motor Drive
• Simulation of an AC motor drive
• Designing of Inverters & Converters
• Working with 3-phase systems & Machines
• Power Electronics & Power System
• Transient Performance for Line Fault
• Frequency Analysis
• Analysis & Case Studies

Day 4

Control System Toolbox

• Introduction to Control Systems & its application
• Linear System Modelling
• Designing SISO & MIMO Models
• Frequency Domain & Time Domain Analysis
• PID Controller Design
• Using SISO Design Tool & LTI Viewer
• Case Studies – Root Locus Design for Servomechanism
• Case Studies – Nichols Plot & Bode Diagram for DC Motor
• State Space Analysis & State Estimator Designing
• Case Studies – Kalman Filtering

Fuzzy Logic Toolbox

• Introduction to Fuzzy Logic & its Fundamental
• Designing Logic & Membership Functions
• Building System with Fuzzy Logic Toolbox GUI Tool
• Fuzzy logic Working in command Line
• Fuzzy logic working in Simulink
• Case Studies: Water Level Controller
• Case Studies: Washing Machine Controlling

Day 5

Curve Fitting Toolbox

• Introduction to Curve Fitting
• Interactive Curve & Surface Fitting
• Interpolation & Smoothing
• Spline Fitting
• Linear & Nonlinear Regression

Symbolic Math Toolbox

• Symbolic Expressions and Calculations
• Calculus – Integration, Differentiation, Limits etc.
• Linear Algebra
• Fourier Transform & Inverse Fourier Transform
• Laplace Transform & Inverse Laplace Transform
• Z Transform & Inverse Z Transform
• Using Graphics with Equations
• Using MuPAD in Symbolic Maths Toolbox

GUI designing

• Introduction of GUI
• Various UI Controls in Guide
• Static Text
• Editable Text
• Slider
• Axes Control
• Check Box
• Push Button
• Properties of GUI Control
• Various Syntaxes to be used on backend to relate components
• Merging series of GUIs to form complex application
• Designing GUI using Programming rather than GUIDE.
• Interfacing GUI with different platforms like MS Excel, C, Java etc.

Eligibility Criteria : Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation Engineering Students. Students entering into 2nd Year to Final Year Students can participate in this training Program. However students from any branch can participate in this training program.

Certification Policy:

• Certificate of Merit for all the workshop participants.
• Certificate of Coordination for the coordinators of the campus workshops

Duration: 5 Days - The duration of this workshop will be five consecutive days, with 6-7 hour session each day.