GATE Syllabus for Electrical Engineering (EE)

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Let’s take a look on GATE Electrical Engineering (EE) Syllabus:

Part 1: Engineering Mathematics

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Linear Algebra: Systems of linear equations, Matrix Algebra, Eigen values, Eigenvectors.

Calculus: Theorems of integral calculus, Mean value theorems, Evaluation of definite and improper integrals, Maxima and minima, Partial Derivatives, Multiple integrals, Vector identities, Fourier series, Directional derivatives, Surface integral, Line integral, Volume integral, Gauss’s theorem, Stokes’s theorem, Green’s theorem.

Differential equations: Higher order linear differential equations with constant coefficients, Method of separation of variables,  First order equations (linear and nonlinear), Method of variation of parameters, Cauchy’s equation, Initial and boundary value problems, Euler’s equation, Partial Differential Equations,

Complex variables: Cauchy’s integral theorem, Analytic functions, Cauchy’s integral formula, Taylor series, Residue theorem, Laurent series, Solution integrals.

Probability and Statistics: Conditional probability, Sampling theorems, Mean, Median, Mode, Random variables, Standard Deviation, Discrete and Continuous distributions, Normal distribution, Poisson distribution, Correlation analysis, Binomial distribution, Regression analysis.

Numerical Methods: Single and Multi‐step methods for differential equations, Solutions of nonlinear algebraic equations.

Transform Theory: Laplace Transform, Fourier Transform, z‐Transform.

Part 2: Electric Circuits

KCL, KVL, Node and Mesh analysis, Network graph, Transient response of dc and ac networks, Resonance, Sinusoidal steady‐state analysis, Ideal current and voltage sources, Passive filters, Thevenin’s theorem, Superposition theorem, Norton’s theorem, Maximum power transfer theorem, Two‐port networks, Power and power factor in ac circuits, Three phase circuits.

Part 3: Electromagnetic Fields

Electric Field Intensity, Coulomb’s Law,  Electric Flux Density, Divergence, Gauss’s Law,  Electric field and potential due to point, line, plane and spherical charge distributions, Capacitance of simple configurations, Effect of dielectric medium, Biot‐Savart’s law, Curl, Ampere’s law, Faraday’s law, Lorentz forc e, Magnetomotive force, Inductance, Reluctance, Self and Mutual inductance of simple configurations, Magnetic circuits

Part 4: Signals and Systems

Representation of continuous and discrete‐time signals, Linear Time Invariant and Causal systems, Shifting and scaling operations, Fourier series representation of continuous periodic signals, Applications of Fourier Transform, Sampling theorem, Laplace Transform and z-Transform

Part 5: Electrical Machines

Single phase transformer: phasor diagram, equivalent circuit, open circuit and short circuit tests, Three phase transformers: connections, parallel operation; regulation and efficiency; Auto‐transformer, Electromechanical energy conversion principles, DC machines: series and shunt, separately excited, motoring and generating mode of operation and their characteristics, Three phase induction, starting and speed control of dc motors, motors: principle of operation, types, performance, torque-speed characteristics, equivalent circuit, no-load and blocked rotor tests, starting and speed control; Operating principle of single phase induction motors; Synchronous machines: performance, cylindrical and salient pole machines, regulation and parallel operation of generators, starting of synchronous motor, characteristics; Types of losses and efficiency calculations of electric machines.

Part 6: Power Systems 

Power generation concepts, Models and performance of transmission lines and cables, ac and dc transmission concepts,  Series and shunt compensation, Distribution systems, Electric field distribution and insulators, Per‐unit quantities, GaussSeidel and Newton-Raphson load flow methods, Bus admittance matrix, Voltage and Frequency control, Symmetrical components, Power factor correction, Symmetrical and unsymmetrical fault analysis, differential and distance protection; Circuit breakers, Equal area criterion, System stability concepts, Principles of over‐current

Part 7: Control Systems

Feedback principle, Mathematical modeling and representation of systems, transfer function, Transient and Steady‐state analysis of linear time invariant systems, Block diagrams and Signal flow graphs, Routh-Hurwitz and Nyquist criteria, Root loci, Bode plots, Stability analysis, Lag, Lead and Lead‐Lag compensators; P, PI and PID controllers; State transition matrix, State space model

Part 8: Electrical and Electronic Measurements

Instrument transformers, Measurement of voltage, Bridges and Potentiometers, current, power, energy and power factor; Digital voltmeters and multimeters, Phase, Time and Frequency measurement; Error analysis, Oscilloscopes

Part 9: Analog and Digital Electronics

BJT, Characteristics of diodes, MOSFET; Simple diode circuits: clipping, rectifiers, clamping; Oscillators and Feedback amplifiers; Amplifiers: Biasing, Equivalent circuit and Frequency response; Operational amplifiers: Characteristics and applications; VCOs and Timers, Simple active filters, Combinational and Sequential logic circuits, Demultiplexer, Multiplexer, Schmitt trigger, Sample and hold circuits, A/D and D/A converters, 8085Microprocessor: Architecture, Programming and Interfacing.

Part 10: Power Electronics

Characteristics of semiconductor power devices: Thyristor, Diode, Triac, MOSFET, GTO, IGBT; DC to DC conversion: Buck, Boost and Buck-Boost converters; Single and three phase configuration of uncontrolled rectifiers, Bidirectional ac to dc voltage source converters, Line commutated thyristor based converters, Issues of line current harmonics, Distortion factor of ac to dc converters, Power factor, Single phase and three phase inverters, Sinusoidal pulse width modulation

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