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B. Tech. in Energy Engineering

The energy sector is critical for socio-economic development. In the Indian Context, the challenge is to provide affordable energy services to the population. At present official statistics indicate that 45% of Indian households do not have access to electricity. The development of energy systems is also constrained by the depletion of Fossil fuel, local environmental impacts (for example adverse health impacts) and the problems of global warming and associated climate change. Energy security concerns also indicate the search for alternate transport fuels to reduce the dependence on imported oil. The energy sector is in transition and needs analytical and design inputs. There is significant need for engineering, design, research and development inputs in building efficient conventional energy system, cost effective renewables, new energy sources and conversion devices. The objective of the program is to provide engineers to meet the challenges of the energy sector with cross cutting analytical skills. The course has been designed for the energy sector with relevant inputs from other branches of engineering. This is providing the required background for analysing and designing energy systems.

Major and Minor in:

  • Electrical Engineering
  • Solar Engineering
  • Wind Engineering
  • Gas and Petroleum Engineering
  • Nuclear Engineering

Course Structure

Semester I/II

Physics Cycle

  • Engineering Mathematics - I/II
  • Basics of Mechanical Engineering
  • Fundamentals of Computing
  • Engineering Physics
  • Basics of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Fundamentals of Computing Laboratory
  • Engineering Physics Laboratory
  • Basic Engineering Laboratory

Semester I/II

Chemistry Cycle

  • Engineering Mathematics - I/II
  • Engineering Graphics
  • Basics of Electrical Engineering
  • Engineering Chemistry
  • Basics of Electronics Engineering
  • Technical English
  • Engineering Chemistry Laboratory
  • Electrical and Electronics Laboratory

Semester III

  • Engineering Mathematics - III
  • DC Machines and Transformers
  • Thermodynamics and Energy Conversion
  • Electrical Power Generation
  • Circuit Analysis
  • Experimentation and Measurements laboratory
  • Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory
  • Design Engineering – I

Semester IV

  • Engineering Mathematics - IV
  • Material Science for energy applications
  • Power electronics and machines
  • Field Theory and Wave Guides
  • Electrical Power System – I
  • Electrical Machines and Power Electronics Laboratory
  • Electronics Laboratory
  • Design Engineering – II

Semester V

  • Electrical Power System – II
  • Introduction to Renewable Energy Technologies
  • Heat and Mass transfer
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Equipment Design and Control
  • Thermal and Fluid Engineering Laboratory
  • Energy Systems Lab
  • Design Engineering – III

Semester VI

  • Power Generation and system planning
  • High Voltage Engineering
  • Combustion Engineering
  • Major Elective – I
  • Minor Elective – I
  • Solar Energy Laboratory
  • IC engine and Combustion Laboratory
  • Design Engineering – IV

Semester VII

  • Energy Systems Modelling and Analysis
  • Energy Resources, Economics and Environment
  • Computer Applications in Power Systems
  • Major Elective – II
  • Minor Elective – II
  • Energy Innovation Laboratory
  • Power System Simulation Laboratory
  • Seminar

Semester VIII

  • Energy Management
  • Major Elective – III
  • Minor Elective – III
  • Electrochemistry
  • Energy Design Project & Seminar

Major Electives

  • Fuel Cells
  • Nuclear Reactor Theory
  • Wind Energy Conversion System
  • Direct Energy Conversion
  • Thermodynamic Analysis of Industrial Systems
  • Solar Energy for Industrial Process Heat
  • Conversion of Energy in Buildings
  • Materials and Devices for Energy Conversion
  • Utilization of Solar Thermal Energy
  • Waste to Energy
  • Nuclear Reactor Thermal Hydraulics & Safety
  • Solar Photovoltaics : Fundamentals, Technology and Applications
  • Process Integration
  • Energy and Climate
  • Appropriate Technology
  • Interfacial Electrochemistry and applications
  • Computer Aided Power System Analysis
  • Electric Drives
  • Thermal Environmental Engineering
  • Introduction to Petroleum & Gas Energy
  • Robotics
  • Internet of Things
  • Energy Auditing and Demand Side Management
  • Microwave and Radar Engineering

Minor Electives

  • Microprocessor Applications in Power Electronics
  • Computational Electromagnetic
  • Digital Protection of Power System
  • Electrical Machine Analysis and Control
  • Power System Dynamics and Control
  • Application of Power Electronics to Power Systems
  • Restructured Power System
  • Circuit Simulation in Power Electronics
  • Energy Conversion and Environment
  • Quantum Physics and Applications
  • Introduction to Condensed matter Physics
  • Introduction to Transport Phenomena
  • Cryogenic Engineering
  • Transmission lines and wave guides
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Management Information System

Note: An elective subject is offered in the B. Tech. in Energy Engineering course only if a minimum number of students enrol in it.

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