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GATE Electrical Engineering (Previous Solved Papers)

GATE Electrical Engineering (Previous Solved Papers)

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This book is written primarily as a guide to students who are appearing in GATE. This book has an aim to update the knowledge as well as to create a sense of confidence amongst the graduates of Electrical Engineering. The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering is an all-India examination administered and conducted in eight zones across the country by the GATE Committee comprising faculty from Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru and seven Indian Institutes of Technology on behalf of the National Coordinating Board - GATE, Department of Education, Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD), and Government of India. As per the instruction from National Coordinating Board - GATE, Department of Education, Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD), Government of India, the entire Gate examination paper will be of objective type as well as numerical type questions.  The unique style, quality and contents of the solutions provided for the previous year papers of GATE Electrical Engineering will instill confidence among the aspirant whether above average, average or below average to learn and excel in the subjects. 




Unit-I : Electric Circuits
1. KCL and KVL
2. Transient Analysis
3. Graph Theory
4. Network Theorems
5. Two-Port Networks
6. Resonance
7. Miscellaneous
Unit-II : Electromagnetic Fields
1. Coordinate Systems and Vector Calculus
2. Electrostatic Fields
3. Magnetostatic Fields
4. Maxwell’s Equations
5. Electromagnetic Wave Propagation
Unit-III : Signals and Systems
1. Introduction to C.T. and D.T. Signal
2. Linear Time Invariant Systems
3. Fourier Series
4. Fourier Transform
5. Laplace Transform
6. Z-Transform
Unit-IV : Electrical Machines
1. D.C. Machines
2. Transformers
3. Three Phase Induction Machine
4. Synchronous Machines
5. Single Phase Induction Motors, Special Purpose Machines and Electromechanical Energy Conversion Systems
Unit-V : Power Systems
1. Performance of Transmission Lines, Line Parameter and Corona
2. Compensation Techniques and Voltage Profile Control
3. Distribution Systems, Cables and Insulators
3. Economic Power Generation and Load Dispatch
5. Fault Analysis
6. Power System Stability
7. Switch Gear and protection
8. Generating Power Stations
9. Load Flow Studies
10. High Voltage DC Transmission
11. Per Unit System
12. Power System Transients
Unit-VI : Control Systems
1. Mathematical Modeling
2. Feedback in Control Systems
3. Time Response Analysis
4. Concepts of Stability
5. Root Locus Techniques
6. Frequency Response Analysis
7. Compensators
8. State Variable Analysis
Unit-VII : Electrical & Electronic Measurements
1. Characteristics of Instruments and Measurement Systems
2. Galvanometers, Voltmeters and Ammeters
3. Measurement of Resistance and Potentiometers
4. A.C. Bridges
5. Measurement of Energy and Power
6. CRO and Electronics Measurements
7. Instrument Transformers
Unit-VIII : Analog Electronics
1. Diodes and Their Applications
2. BJT, FET and Their Biasing Circuits
3. Small Signal Analysis
4. Operational Amplifiers
5. Oscillators and Feedback Amplifiers
6. Miscellaneous
Unit-IX : Digital Electronics
1. Boolean Algebra and Minimization
2. Logic Gates
3. Combinational Logic Circuits
4. Sequential Logic Circuits
5. Logic Families and Miscellaneous
6. A/D and D/A Converters
7. Microprocessors
Unit-X : Power Electronics
1. Power Semiconductor Devices and Commutation Techniques
2. Phase Controlled Rectifiers
3. Choppers
4. Inverters
5. Electrical Drives
6. Miscellaneous
Unit-XI : Engineering Mathematics
1. Linear Algebra
2. Calculus
3. Differential Equations
4. Complex Variables
5. Probability and Statistics
6. Numerical Methods
7. Transform Theory
Unit-XII : GENERAL Aptitude
1. Verbal Ability
2. Numerical Ability

Additional Information

Additional Information

Author Handa
Edition 2018-19
ISBN NO. 978-93-5192-139-4
Binding Paper Back
Number of Pages 532
Size 8.5 × 11 inch

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