GTU Electrical engineering sem-6 syllabus

GTU Electrical engineering B.E sem 6 syllabus of all subjects


GTU Electrical engineering B.E sem 7 syllabus

(1) Contributor Personality Development Program (3160002)



(2) IPDC - 2 (Integrated Personality Development Course) (3160003)






Rationale: Microprocessor and microcontrollers are the most useful electronic chips which are used to design and develop processor and computer based automatic smart electronics systems for home and industry application. This subject is devoted to the study of microprocessor and microcontroller interfacing of memory and I/O devices like A to D converter, D to A converter LED, LCD etc. The students learn Programming language (Both assembly and Embedded C) used for microcontrollers. They learn the basics of Microprocessor and designs of Microcontroller based systems and also get a brief idea of advanced microcontrollers used in industries. They will be able to use the same in electrical engineering related fields like Power system protection, instrumentation, power electronics, Electrical Drives and control of Electrical Equipments.



(4) Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments (3160915)



Rationale: Electrical installations ranging from residential consumers to huge industrial estates all are equipped with measuring instruments. In view of this, study of principles of Electrical measurements and measuring instruments becomes mandatory for all electrical engineers. This subject deals with principles of measurements, analog and measuring instruments as well as transducers.


(5) Energy Conservation (3160916)



Rationale: The course provides basic understanding of energy audit and management. The consumption of energy is increasing day by day. One way to cope up with the increase in energy demand is to increase the production of energy which demands more investment and the other way is to conserve the energy because energy conserved/saved is energy generated. Energy conservation means reduction in energy consumption but not compromising with the quality or quantity of energy production. Essential theoretical and practical knowledge about the concept of energy conservation, energy management, different approaches of energy conservation in industries, economic aspects of energy conservation project and energy audit and measuring instruments in commercial and industrial sector will be achieved by this course.


(6) Wind And Solar Energy (3160917)



Rationale: This subject is offered to emphasize the role of renewable energy technologies (especially wind and solar energy) and their potentials. The course aims to introduce the basic concepts of wind and solar energy and the preliminary analysis to estimate the energy generation from the wind and solar systems. Various components involved in the wind and solar system are covered and the control approaches to improve the performance of the systems are also included. In addition to the various applications of solar and wind energy generation systems, the course also covers the issues related to the integration of these systems in the existing network. Thus, the course is intended to provide the foundation for the solar PV and thermal as well as wind energy generation systems.


(7) Element of Electrical Design (3160918)



Rationale: This course is a preliminary course for design of various electrical equipment’s. The aim is to provide the basic principles useful for the subjects related to design in subsequent semesters. The course also includes basics of estimation and costing of house wirings and commercial wirings.


(8) Electric Drives (3160919)



Rationale: Today’s industrial and domestic loads demand precise and smooth variable speed control. In the era of renewable energy and electric vehicle the efficient electric drive required for DC and AC motors. The major industrial electric load is induction motor. The development of compact power converters has made this possible. This course enables to develop the basics of electric drives and advantage over conventional speed control methods.


(9) Inter Connected Power System (3160920)



Rationale: This subject is offered to study of behavior of power systems during normal operating conditions and/or when subjected to disturbances by mathematical modeling of components of power systems. It also briefs the students about the modeling of power systems networks for steady state analysis. They will also learn the economic operation and planning of power system network and also use the knowledge for the selection of components like Circuit Breaker for Power system protection.


(10) HVDC Transmission Systems (3160921)



Rationale: This subject is offered at higher UG level to study the various operating as well as configurational aspects of HVDC transmission system. The control strategy for frequency and voltage regulation in DC link is covered in detail for interconnected HVDC system. It also presents the power system stability and fault analysis. Students will be able to enhance their learning domain by distinguishing the requirement of HVDC system over HVAC system. They will also learn the components used and role of power electronics involved for regulating the voltage angle and frequency for power flow and interconnection.


(11) Object Oriented Programming (3160922)



Rationale: This course is an introductory course in Object Oriented Programming (OOP). The fundamental concepts of OOP will be studied using the C++ programming language. OOP has become a fundamental part of software development. OOP facilitates reuse of code, flexibility and effective problem solving. This course introduces standard tools and techniques for software development, using object-oriented approach.


(12) Electrical Materials (3160923)



Rationale: The course is aimed to provide exposure to the various electrical materials which are used in electrical engineering and their applications in designing electrical equipment and it gives the fundamental knowledge of various material used in electrical engineering. This course provides the essential knowledge in the selection of conducting, dielectric, insulating, magnetic, semiconductor and superconductor materials during design of electrical engineering equipment.


(13) Cyber Laws and Ethics (3161925)



Rationale: This course explores technical, legal, and social issues related to cybercrimes, Laws Cyber Ethics. Cybercrime and laws is a broad term that includes offences where a computer may be the target, crimes where a computer may be a tool used in the commission of an existing offence, and crimes where a computer may play a subsidiary role such as offering evidence for the commission of an offence. It is also required to have knowledge of Cyber Ethics and its role and significance.

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