GATE 2020 for Electrical Engineering | 28 Previous Years’ Solved Question Papers | Also for GAIL, BARC, HPCL | By Pearson Paperback – 25 July 2019

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by Pearson (Author)



This book (Gate 2020 for electrical engineering ) provides leading platform for GATE aspirants to practice and hone their skills required to gain the best score in the examination. It includes more than 28 previous years’ GATE questions segregated topic-wise supported by detailed step-wise solutions for all. Besides, the book presents the exam analysis at the beginning of every br>Unit which will enable better understanding of the subject. The questions in the chapters are divided according to their marks, hence emphasising on their importance. This, in turn, will help the students to get an idea about the pattern and weight age of these questions that appeared in the GATE exam every year features: includes around 28 years’ Gate questions arranged Chapter-wise detailed solutions for better understanding includes the latest GATE solved question papers with detailed Analysis comprehensively revised and updated table of Contents: preface syllabus: electrical Engineering important tips for GATE preparation br>Unit 1: signals and systems br>Chapter 1: CT and DT signals br>Chapter 2: lt I systems (CT and DT) br>Chapter 3: Periodic signal: Fourier series br>Chapter 4: signal Fourier transform br>Chapter 5: sampling theorem br>Chapter 6: signal: Laplace transform br>Chapter 7: DT signal: transform br>Chapter 8: Miscellaneous br>Unit 2: analogies electronics br>Chapter 1: diode circuit br>Chapter 2: bat and FET Biasing br>Chapter 3: small signal modeling and analysis br>Chapter 4: frequency response br>Chapter 5: operational amplifiers and applications br>Chapter 6: feedback amplifiers and oscillators br>Chapter 7: function Generator and 555 timer br>Unit 3: Digital Electronics and microprocessors br>Chapter 1: Number Systems and code conversions br>Chapter 2: Boolean Algebra br>Chapter 3: logic Gates br>Chapter 4: Combinational digital circuits br>Chapter 5: sequential digital circuits br>Chapter 6: semiconductor memories br>Chapter 7: logic GATE families br>Chapter 8: a/bra and bred/a converters br>Chapter 9: microprocessors br>Unit 4: electric circuits and fields br>Chapter 1: Network elements br>Chapter 2: Network graph br>Chapter 3: Network theorems br>Chapter 4: transient response br>Chapter 5: sinusoidal steady state analysis br>Chapter 6: Three-phase circuits br>Chapter 7: two port networks br>Chapter 8: Miscellaneous br>Chapter 9: fields br>Unit 5: electric machines br>Chapter 1: DC machines br>Chapter 2: transformers br>Chapter 3: Induction motors C br>Chapter 4: synchronous machines br>Unit 6: Power electronics and drives br>Chapter 1: Basics and power semiconductor devices br>Chapter 2: AC–DC converters br>Chapter 3: DC–DC converters br>Chapter 4: DC–AC converters br>Chapter 5: AC–AC converters br>Chapter 6: Fundamentals of drives br>Unit 7: Electrical and Electronics measurements br>Chapter 1: Fundamentals and error analysis br>Chapter 2: indicating instruments br>Chapter 3: Measurement of voltage and current br>Chapter 4: Measurement of resistance br>Chapter 5: bridge Measurement, Measurement of Induction and Capacitance br>Chapter 6: extension of instrument ranges br>Chapter 7: potentiometer br>Chapter 8: Measurement of power and Energy br>Chapter 9: Measurement of Phase and frequency br>Chapter 10: potentiometric recorders and q-meter br>Chapter 11: Oscilloscope br>Chapter 12: electronic multimeters and digital voltmeters br>Chapter 13: instrument Transformer br>Unit 8: Power systems br>Chapter 1: transmission and Distribution br>Chapter 2: economics of power generation br>Chapter 3: symmetrical components and faults br>Chapter 4: Power system stability br>Chapter 5: protection br>Chapter 6: circuit breaker br>Chapter 7: generating stations br>Chapter 8: load flows br>Chapter 9: HVDC br>Chapter 10: per br>Unit system br>Unit 9: control systems br>Chapter 1: Basic control systems br>Chapter 2: signal flow graph and block diagram br>Chapter 3: stability br>Chapter 4: Time response analysis br>Chapter 5: root locus diagram br>Chapter 6: frequency response analysis br>Chapter 7: controllers (or) compensators br>Chapter 8: state space analysis.


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