Nov 8, 2012

Shivaji University - Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering Syllabus

SHIVAJI UNIVERSITY BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING SYLLABUS

Second Year:

Third Semester
Fourth Semester
1. Engineering Mathematics - III 1. Signals and Systems
2. Analog Electronics 2. A.C. Machines
3. Electrical Circuit Analysis 3. Industrial Management and Economics
4. DC Machines and Transformers 4. Electrical Measurement
5. Generation & Its Economics 5. Digital Systems and Microprocessors
6. Introduction to Pspice & MATLAB 6. Introduction to advanced packages ( LABVIEW )
7. Advanced C - Programming

Third Year:

Fifth Semester
Sixth Semester
1. Electromagnetic Engineering 1. Power System Stability and Control
2. Power Systems Analysis 2. Control Systems Design
3. Instrumentation Techniques 3. Power Electronics
4. Feedback Control systems 4. Microcontroller and its applications
5. Digital Signal Processing 5. Energy conservation and Energy auditing
6. Mini project 6. Seminar
7. Introduction to PSIM / EMTP / ETAP

Final Year:

Seventh Semester
Eighth Semester
1. Industrial Drives and Control 1. Electrical Machine Design
2. Power System Protection 2. HVDC Transmission
3. EHVAC Transmission 3. FACTS
4. Communication Engineering 4. Electives – II :
  • Fuzzy Systems and Neural Network
  • Wavelet Transform and Multirate Signal Processing
  • Nonlinear control System
  • Embedded Systems
5. Electives – I :
  • Electrical Engineering Materials
  • High Voltage Engineering
  • Programmable Logic Controllers Processing
    & SCADA
5. Electives – III :
  • Deregulated Power Systems
  • Estimation of Signals and Systems
  • Numerical Protection
  • Renewable Energy Sources
6. Project Phase - I 6. Project – II
7. Industrial Training (To be
completed in vacation after TE-Part II)

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