OPSC AEE Electrical Syllabus & Exam Pattern for Assistant Executive Engineer in Electrical Engineering is given below. AEE exam is conducted by OPSC for filling the posts in Enegergy Department of odisha. This exam will be conduct in 2 papers. Each papers contains 90 Marks. Time duration of exam is 3 hours. Subject wise distribution of questions is give below.
OPSC AEE Electrical Syllabus & Exam Pattern :
A. Electrical Engineering Paper-I
1. Electrical Machines : 20
2. Electrical Circuits : 20
3. Control Systems : 20
4. Measurement & Instrumentation : 15
5. Electromagnetic Theory :15
Total No. of Questions : 90
B. Electrical Engineering Paper-II
1. Power Systems : 25
2. Power Electronic & Electric Drives : 20
3. Microprocessor & Microcontroller : 15
4. Analog & Digital Electronic Circuits : 15
5. Communication Systems : 15
Total No. of Questions : 90
Assistant Executive Engineer Electrical Syllabus
Electrical Engineering Paper – I
1. Electrical Machines:
Single phase transfonner equivalent circuit, phasor diagram, tests, regulation and efficiency; three phase transformers — connections, parallel operation; auto-transformer & three winding transformer; principles of energy conversion; Windings of rotating Machines; DC Generators & Motors-Characteristics, starting and speed control, Arotatore Reaction and Commutation; Three phase Induction Motors — performance characteristics, starting and speed control; single phase Induction Motors; Synchronous Generators — performance, regulation, parallel operation; Synchronous Motors — starting, characteristics, applications, synchronous condensers; fractional horse power motors; permanent magnet and stepper Motors.
2. Electrical Circuit :
Network Graph, KCL, KVL, Node/Cut Sets, Mesh/Tie Sets Analysis, Sinusoidal Steady State Analysis; Transient Response of DC and AC Networks; Resonance in Electrical Circuits; Concepts of Ideal voltage and Current Sources; Network Theorems; Driving Point Impedance and Admittance and Transfer Functions of Two Port Network; Elementary concepts filters; three phase circuits; Fourier Series and Laplace Transform Methods for serving Electrical Networks; Two elements Network Synthesis.
3. Control Systems:
Mathematical Modelling of Physical Systems; Block Diagram and Signal flow graphs and their reduction; Time domain and frequency domain analysis of linear dynamical systems; Error for different types of inputs and stability criteria for feedback systems; Stability analysis using Routh-Hurwitz array, Nyquist Plot and Bode Plot, Root Locus and Nichols Chart and the Estimation of Gain and Phase margin; Basic Concepts of Compensator Design; State variable Matrix and its uses in System Modelling and Design; Sample data system and performance of such a system with the samples in the error channel; stability of sampled data system elements of non-linear control analysis; Control System Components — Electromechanical, Hydraulic, Pneumatic components.
4. Measurement & Instrumentation:
Bridges and potentiometer, PMMC, Moving Iron, Dynamometer and Induction Type Instruments; Measurement of Voltage, Current, Power; Energy and Power factor; Instrument Transformers; Digital Voltmeter and Multimeter; Phase, Time and Frequency Measurements; Q-Meter, Oscilloscope, Potentiometric Recorders, Error Analysis; transducers and their applications to the measurement of non¬electrical quantities like; temperature, pressure, flow-rate, displacement, acceleration, noise level etc., Data Acquisition system; A/D and D/A converters.
5. Electromagnetic Theory:
Electric and Magnetic Fields, Gauss `law, Ampere’s Law, Field in Dielectrics, conductors and magnetic materials, Maxwell’s Equations, Time varying fields, Plane wave propagation in dielectric and conducting media; Transmission Lines.
Electrical Engineering Paper-II
1. Power Systems:
Electric Power Generation — Thermal, Hydro, Nuclear — Economics and operating Factors; Transmission line parameters; Steady state performance of overhead Transmission line and Cables and Surge propagation; Distribution System; Insulators, Bundle Conductors, Corona and Radio Interference Effects; Per Unit quantities; Bus Admittance and Impedance matrices; Load Flows; Voltage Control and Power factor corrections; Economic Operation; Symmetrical Components; Analysis of symmetrical and Unsymmetrical faults; principle of over current, differential and distance protection; concept of solid state relays and digital protection; Circuit Breakers; Concept of Stability — swing Curves and Equal Area criterion; Basic concept of HVDC transmission and FACTS Devices.
2. Power Electronics & Electric Drives;
Semiconductor Power Devices — Diodes, Transistors, Thyristors, Triacs, GTOs, MOSFETs and IGBTs —Static Characteristics and principle of operations; Triggering Circuits; Single Phase and Three Phase half controlled and full controlled Bridge Rectifiers’, DC-DC Converters — Buck Converters, Boost Converter, Buck-Boost Convener, Single phase and three phase Inverters, Pulse Width Modulation Techbiques; basic Concept of adjustable DC and AC Drivers.
3. Microprocessor and Microcontroller:
8085 and 8086 microprocessor architecture, Instruction sets and simple assembly language programming, Interfacing for memory and 1/0; 8051 Microcontroller Architecture, Instruction Sets and Simple Assembly language programming; Applications of Microprocessors and Microcontroller.
4. Analog and Digital Electronic Circuits:
Semiconductor Device Physics, P-N junctions and transistors- circuit models and parameters; PET, Zeiler, Tunnel, Schottky, Photo Diodes and their applications; Rectifier circuits; voltage regulators and multipliers; switching behaviour of diodes and transistors; small signal amplifiers-biasing circuits, frequency response and improvement; multistage amplifiers and feedback amplifiers; DC amplifiers; Wave shaping circuits; Multivibrators and Flip Flops and their applications; Digital logic gate families, Universal Gates; Combinational circuits for arithmetic and logic operations; Sequential logic circuits; Counters and registers; RAM and ROMs.
5. Communication Systems:
Types of Modulations; AM, FM and PM; Demodulators; Noise and bandwidth Considerations; Digital communication systems; Pulse code modulation and Demodulation; Elements of sound and vision broadcasting carrier communication; frequency division and time division multiplexing; telemetry systems in power engineering.