GTU Electrical engineering sem-4 syllabus

GTU Electrical engineering B.E sem 4 syllabus of all subjects


Electrical engineering B.E sem 4 syllabus

(1) Design Engineering – 1B (3140005)



(2) Economics for Engineers (3140911)



Rationale: Engineering economics is a field that addresses the dynamic environment of economic calculations and principles through the prism of engineering. It is a fundamental skill that all successful engineering firms employ in order to retain competitive advantage and market share. The subject endeavors to provide them with the tools to optimize profits, minimize costs, analyze various scenarios, forecast fluctuations in business cycles, and more.


(3) Electromagnetic Fields (3140912)



Rationale: Study of electromagnetic fields is basically concerned with study of charges at rest and in motion. Electromagnetic principles serve as basic fundamentals for detailed and in-depth study of electrical engineering and are indispensable for analysis of various electrical, electro-mechanical and electronic systems. This subject would cover the behavior of static and dynamic, electric and magnetic fields.


(4) Electrical Machine – I (3140913)



Rationale: Electrical power sector is the backbone of industries, agriculture, irrigation, urban development and almost all the segments of society. Electricity is the primary requirement for the growth of ICT. In view of this, the static and rotating electrical equipments play a vital role for the society. This subject deals with basic principles of electromechanical energy conversion, DC machines and Transformers.


(5) Power System – I (3140914)



Rationale: The course is aimed to provide exposure about methods of electricity generation, various AC supply systems, transmission lines and their parameters, underground cables and their parameters, substation equipments, neutral grounding and sources of over-voltages and protection against them.


(6) Power Electronics (3140915)



Rationale: The power electronic devices and converters employing power electronics devices are now widely used in domestic applications as well as in industrial applications like Electrical Drives, Power Systems, Renewable Energy based power generation, heating applications etc. The course is aimed to provide exposure about the commonly used power electronic devices and the power electronic converters.

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