INTRODUCTION

MUET Shaheed Z.A Bhutto Campus, Khairpur Mir’s is constituent campus of Mehran University of Engineering and Technology, Jamshorowhich was established in the year 2013. It has commenced its undergraduate program in 2010 in four engineering disciplines viz. Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and Petroleum & Natural Gas. In a very short time MUET Shaheed Z.A Bhutto Campus has equipped itself with the state of the art modern engineering labs, air-conditioned class rooms and all other essential facilities required for a modern engineering institute in order to impart quality education. It has qualified faculty, dynamic leadership and above all ownership of the parent university. Following the successful completion of regular undergraduate batches so far MUET Shaheed Z.A Bhutto Campus has embarked uponto launchits postgraduate program since 2013 for the time being in two disciplines vis-à-vis ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING&ENERGY SYSTEMS ENGINEERING in order to cater to the ever increasing demand of B.E graduates aspiring to acquire advanced knowledge.

Prof. Agha Zafarullah Pathan

Focal Person

Postgraduate Studies

Phone: 0243-715364, Ext. 7011

M.E IN ENERGY SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

INTRODUCTION

 

Energy is an essential ingredient for economic growth as well as for any strategy for improving the quality of life of human beings. Per capita energy consumption is considered as the index of socio-economic development. Pakistan is facing many energy challenges – a massive gap between demand and supply, low per capita energy consumption, depleting oil and gas reserves, rocketing energy prices, deterioration of the balance of payments situation due to high energy import bill, energy insecurity, inefficient use of energy, and energy related environmental concerns. These challenges are badly affecting the socio-economic conditions of people and the industrial development leading to increasing unemployment, poverty and hunger in the country. In order to face these challenges effectively and successfully, highly trained energy engineers are required to understand the local requirements, develop and implement the advances of science and technology to solve these problems and to ensure a very high degree of system reliability along with the utmost regard for the protection of our environment. Pakistan lacks in qualified human resource in the form of energy engineers, scientists and professionals that could analyze energy related problems facing the country both at the macro and micro levels and synthesis value engineered solutions. A program of postgraduate studies and research leading to Master of Engineering, in Energy Systems is developed for solving the problems of extracting, collecting and utilizing energy resources efficiently to satisfy human needs without destroying the environment. The courses have been designed with a view to establish relevance with the aforementioned problems and every effort is being made to arrive at the solutions of these problems through the teaching, research and practical training on projects. The courses also serve the aim of developing knowledge and expertise in the field of energy systems and management which is mainly required by WAPDA,KESC, AEDB, PPIB, HDIP, PCRET, SSGCL, SNGCL, OGDC, PPL etc. and private sector and other oil and gas exploration companies, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources, Ministry of Climate Change, Ministry of Planning and Development, Federal Government of Pakistan and Ministry of Alternative Energy and Environment and other ministries of Provincial and Federal governments.

OBJECTIVES

  • To make the students understand various types of energy sources, their resource potential, existingtechnologies to harness them, economics and energetics of these technologies, and their socio-cultural and environmental aspects.
  • To develop knowledge among students about the nature and causes of energy crisis.
  • To provide students with the necessary skills to harness various energy sources.
  • To make the students understand the consequences of various energy-related policy measures.
  • To enable students to apply alternative strategies towards solving the energy crisis and also to provide more energy for improvement in the quality oflife of the large population in developing countries as well as for desired growth of the economy.
  • To make the students knowledgeable about the energy-environment nexus and enable them to evolve holistic solutions to ensure sustainabilityand affordability of energy resources.

LABORATORIES

  1. Fluid Mechanics
  2. Thermodynamics
  3. Power Electronics

M.E IN ENERGY SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

COURSES OFFERED

S.NO. Subject C.H. Marks
  1STSEMSTER    

01

Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer

03

100

02

Renewable Energy Systems

03

100

03

Electricity Transmission, Distribution and Storage

03

100

04

Energy Systems Modeling and Simulation

02

50

05

Energy Systems Lab.-I

01

50

  2ND SEMSTER    

06

Clean Coal Technologies

02

50

07

Combustion and Pollution Control

03

100

08

Hydrogen Technologies and Fuel Cells

02

50

09

Energy Systems for Buildings

03

100

10

Energy Systems Lab-II

01

50

  3RD SEMSTER    

11

Advanced Power Generation Systems

03

100

12

Energy Economics and Management

03

100

13

Thesis  

06

50

ME IN ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING (ELP)

INTRODUCTION & OBJECTIVES

Around the world, throughout every country, electricity isthe most widespread and desirable form of energy.Its many advantages include flexibility, ease of control and distribution, high efficiency, and cleanliness availability all the times, no need to store it like coal etc.As population grows and economic growth continues,electric energy is in short supply. Pakistan being the developing country is beset with this problem. Our industry is facing challenges arising out of the rapid growthof the population and short supply of the energy. In order to meet these challenges effectively and successfully highly skilled trained engineers are needed to develop and implement the advances in Science and Technology to solve the problems and ensure a very high degree of system reliability along with the utmost regardfor the protection of our ecology. The Department of Electrical Engineering through the Directorate of Postgraduate Studies has developed a program of postgraduate studies and research leading to M.E. The courses have been designed to solve every day problems and every effort is being made to arrive at the solutions of these problems through the teaching and research.

The M.E in Electrical Power Engineering program aims to produce highly-skilled professionals focused on productive research and development in the vast domain of Electrical Engineering. The program will motivate researchers to expand their knowledge and acquire new skillsin analysis and problem solving, creating challenging opportunities for a full,rewarding career. The program will also cater to the needs of local industry and strategic R & D organizations of the country. The program has been devised keeping in view the latest market demand and encompasses a broad area covering Power Electronics,Electrical Power Transmission and Distribution, Power Engineering, Control Systems, High Voltage Engineering and Energy Management.The courses also serve the aim of developing knowledge and expertise in the field of Power Engineering, which is mainly required, by WAPDA, KESC, private Power Sectors and manufacturing industries etc.

COURSES OFFERED

S.No. Course Title Code Word Credit Hours
1STSEMSTER
01 Power Quality ELP 5101 2+00
02 Electrical Power Transmission and Distribution ELP 5108 2+00
03 Power system Operation and Control ELP 5116 3+00
04 Clean Energy Technologies ELP 5120 2+00
05 Advanced High Voltage Engineering ELP 5125 2+00
Total   11+00
2ND SEMSTER
01 Power Electronics and Motor Drives ELP 5201 3+00
02 Power System Stability ELP 5207 2+00
03 Power System Analysis ELP 5214 2+00
04 Energy Management ELP 5221 2+00
05 Power System Protection ELP 5225 2+00
Total   11+00
3RD SEMSTER
01 FACTS and HVDC ELP 5301 2+00
02 Power Engineering Laboratory ELP 5310 00+1
03 Power System Planning and Management ELP 5320 2+00
04 M.E. Project ELP 5350 6
Total   11

FACULTY INFORMATION

S. No Name Designation Email
  Prof. Agha Zafarullah Pathan Professor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  Prof. Abdul Qadir Chang Professor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  Dr. Muhammad Yaqoob Soomro Professor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  Dr. Sadiq Ali Shah Associate Professor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  Engr. Manzoor Ahmed Tunio Associate Professor ----
  Engr. Nayyar Hussain Assistant Professor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  Engr. MujeebIqbalSoomro Assistant Professor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  Engr. Shakir Ali Soomro Assistant Professor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 

Engr. Mazhar Hussain

(on study leave abroad)

Assistant Professor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  Engr. Nadeem Ahmed Assistant Professor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 

Mr. Muhammad Ali Abro

(on study leave abroad)

Assistant Professor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  Engr. Aqeel Ahmed Bhutto Lecturer This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  Engr. Majid Ali Wassan Lecturer This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

SUPPORT STAFF

S.No. Name Designation Email
  Mr. Aftab Hussain Shaikh IT Assistant This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

CONTACT

Focal Person

Postgraduate Studies,

MUET, SZAB Campus, Khairpur Mir’s.

Contact No. 0243-715364       Ext. 7011

INTRODUCTION

MUET Shaheed Z.A Bhutto Campus, Khairpur Mir’s is constituent campus of Mehran University of Engineering and Technology, Jamshorowhich was established in the year 2013. It has commenced its undergraduate program in 2010 in four engineering disciplines viz. Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and Petroleum & Natural Gas. In a very short time MUET Shaheed Z.A Bhutto Campus has equipped itself with the state of the art modern engineering labs, air-conditioned class rooms and all other essential facilities required for a modern engineering institute in order to impart quality education. It has qualified faculty, dynamic leadership and above all ownership of the parent university. Following the successful completion of regular undergraduate batches so far MUET Shaheed Z.A Bhutto Campus has embarked uponto launchits postgraduate program since 2013 for the time being in two disciplines vis-à-vis ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING&ENERGY SYSTEMS ENGINEERINGin order to cater to the ever increasing demand of B.E graduates aspiring to acquire advanced knowledge.

Prof. Agha Zafarullah Pathan

Focal Person

Postgraduate Studies

Phone: 0243-715364, Ext. 7011

 

 

M.E IN ENERGY SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

INTRODUCTION

Energy is an essential ingredient for economic growth as well as for any strategy for improving the quality of life of human beings. Per capita energy consumption is considered as the index of socio-economic development. Pakistan is facing many energy challenges – a massive gap between demand and supply, low per capita energy consumption, depleting oil and gas reserves, rocketing energy prices, deterioration of the balance of payments situation due to high energy import bill, energy insecurity, inefficient use of energy, and energy related environmental concerns. These challenges are badly affecting the socio-economic conditions of people and the industrial development leading to increasing unemployment, poverty and hunger in the country. In order to face these challenges effectively and successfully, highly trained energy engineers are required to understand the local requirements, develop and implement the advances of science and technology to solve these problems and to ensure a very high degree of system reliability along with the utmost regard for the protection of our environment. Pakistan lacks in qualified human resource in the form of energy engineers, scientists and professionals that could analyze energy related problems facing the country both at the macro and micro levels and synthesis value engineered solutions. A program of postgraduate studies and research leading to Master of Engineering, in Energy Systems is developed for solving the problems of extracting, collecting and utilizing energy resources efficiently to satisfy human needs without destroying the environment. The courses have been designed with a view to establish relevance with the aforementioned problems and every effort is being made to arrive at the solutions of these problems through the teaching, research and practical training on projects. The courses also serve the aim of developing knowledge and expertise in the field of energy systems and management which is mainly required by WAPDA,KESC, AEDB, PPIB, HDIP, PCRET, SSGCL, SNGCL, OGDC, PPL etc. and private sector and other oil and gas exploration companies, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources, Ministry of Climate Change, Ministry of Planning and Development, Federal Government of Pakistan and Ministry of Alternative Energy and Environment and other ministries of Provincial and Federal governments.

OBJECTIVES

  • To make the students understand various types of energy sources, their resource potential, existingtechnologies to harness them, economics and energetics of these technologies, and their socio-cultural and environmental aspects.
  • To develop knowledge among students about the nature and causes of energy crisis.
  • To provide students with the necessary skills to harness various energy sources.
  • To make the students understand the consequences of various energy-related policy measures.
  • To enable students to apply alternative strategies towards solving the energy crisis and also to provide more energy for improvement in the quality oflife of the large population in developing countries as well as for desired growth of the economy.
  • To make the students knowledgeable about the energy-environment nexus and enable them to evolve holistic solutions to ensure sustainabilityand affordability of energy resources.

 

LABORATORIES

 

  1. Fluid Mechanics
  2. Thermodynamics
  3. Power Electronics

 

M.E IN ENERGY SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

COURSES OFFERED

S.NO. Subject C.H. Marks
  1STSEMSTER    

01

Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer

03

100

02

Renewable Energy Systems

03

100

03

Electricity Transmission, Distribution and Storage

03

100

04

Energy Systems Modeling and Simulation

02

50

05

Energy Systems Lab.-I

01

50

  2ND SEMSTER    

06

Clean Coal Technologies

02

50

07

Combustion and Pollution Control

03

100

08

Hydrogen Technologies and Fuel Cells

02

50

09

Energy Systems for Buildings

03

100

10

Energy Systems Lab-II

01

50

  3RD SEMSTER    

11

Advanced Power Generation Systems

03

100

12

Energy Economics and Management

03

100

13

Thesis  

06

50

ME IN ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING (ELP)

INTRODUCTION & OBJECTIVES

 Around the world, throughout every country, electricity isthe most widespread and desirable form of energy.Its many advantages include flexibility, ease of control and distribution, high efficiency, and cleanliness availability all the times, no need to store it like coal etc.As population grows and economic growth continues,electric energy is in short supply. Pakistan being the developing country is beset with this problem. Our industry is facing challenges arising out of the rapid growthof the population and short supply of the energy. In order to meet these challenges effectively and successfully highly skilled trained engineers are needed to develop and implement the advances in Science and Technology to solve the problems and ensure a very high degree of system reliability along with the utmost regardfor the protection of our ecology. The Department of Electrical Engineering through the Directorate of Postgraduate Studies has developed a program of postgraduate studies and research leading to M.E. The courses have been designed to solve every day problems and every effort is being made to arrive at the solutions of these problems through the teaching and research.

The M.E in Electrical Power Engineering program aims to produce highly-skilled professionals focused on productive research and development in the vast domain of Electrical Engineering. The program will motivate researchers to expand their knowledge and acquire new skillsin analysis and problem solving, creating challenging opportunities for a full,rewarding career. The program will also cater to the needs of local industry and strategic R & D organizations of the country. The program has been devised keeping in view the latest market demand and encompasses a broad area covering Power Electronics,Electrical Power Transmission and Distribution, Power Engineering, Control Systems, High Voltage Engineering and Energy Management.The courses also serve the aim of developing knowledge and expertise in the field of Power Engineering, which is mainly required, by WAPDA, KESC, private Power Sectors and manufacturing industries etc.

 

COURSES OFFERED

S.No. Course Title Code Word Credit Hours
1STSEMSTER
01 Power Quality ELP 5101 2+00
02 Electrical Power Transmission and Distribution ELP 5108 2+00
03 Power system Operation and Control ELP 5116 3+00
04 Clean Energy Technologies ELP 5120 2+00
05 Advanced High Voltage Engineering ELP 5125 2+00
Total   11+00
2ND SEMSTER
01 Power Electronics and Motor Drives ELP 5201 3+00
02 Power System Stability ELP 5207 2+00
03 Power System Analysis ELP 5214 2+00
04 Energy Management ELP 5221 2+00
05 Power System Protection ELP 5225 2+00
Total   11+00
3RD SEMSTER
01 FACTS and HVDC ELP 5301 2+00
02 Power Engineering Laboratory ELP 5310 00+1
03 Power System Planning and Management ELP 5320 2+00
04 M.E. Project ELP 5350 6
Total   11

FACULTY INFORMATION

 

S. No Name Designation Email
  Prof. Agha Zafarullah Pathan Professor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  Prof. Abdul Qadir Chang Professor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  Dr. Muhammad Yaqoob Soomro Professor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  Dr. Sadiq Ali Shah Associate Professor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  Engr. Manzoor Ahmed Tunio Associate Professor ----
  Engr. Nayyar Hussain Assistant Professor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  Engr. MujeebIqbalSoomro Assistant Professor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  Engr. Shakir Ali Soomro Assistant Professor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 

Engr. Mazhar Hussain

(on study leave abroad)

Assistant Professor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  Engr. Nadeem Ahmed Assistant Professor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 

Mr. Muhammad Ali Abro

(on study leave abroad)

Assistant Professor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  Engr. Aqeel Ahmed Bhutto Lecturer This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  Engr. Majid Ali Wassan Lecturer This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

SUPPORT STAFF

S.No. Name Designation Email
  Mr. Aftab Hussain Shaikh IT Assistant This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

CONTACT

Focal Person

Postgraduate Studies,

MUET, SZAB Campus, Khairpur Mir’s.

Contact No. 0243-715364       Ext. 7011