B.E. (Marine Electrical and Electronics Engineering) - Infoarbol sfgh2407

In B.E. (Marine Electrical and Electronics Engineering), the curriculum is tailored to provide a specialized understanding of electrical and electronics systems in the maritime industry. Here’s an overview of what you might study:

  1. Engineering Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry: Establishing a strong foundation in mathematical and scientific principles.
  1. Basic Engineering Subjects: Providing an overview of various engineering disciplines.
  1. Electrical Circuits and Networks: Understanding the fundamentals of electrical circuits and network analysis.
  1. Electrical Machines and Power Systems: Studying the generation, transmission, and distribution of electrical power, especially in the context of marine applications.
  1. Digital Electronics and Microprocessors: Focusing on digital signals, logic circuits, and microprocessor applications in marine systems.
  1. Control Systems: Studying the principles of controlling dynamic systems, with a focus on marine applications.
  1. Electrical Measurements and Instrumentation: Learning about measurement techniques and instruments used in marine electrical systems.
  1. Marine Electrical Technology: Understanding the electrical systems on board ships, including power distribution, lighting, and communication systems.
  1. Electronics and Communication Systems: Exploring the principles of communication and electronic systems used in maritime communication.
  1. Navigation and Communication Equipment: Studying the design, installation, and maintenance of navigation and communication systems on ships.
  1. Marine Automation Systems: Understanding the automation of various shipboard systems for efficiency and safety.
  1. Marine Control Systems: Learning about control systems specific to maritime applications.
  1. Shipboard Power Electronics: Dealing with the control and conversion of electrical power on ships.
  1. Maritime Regulations and Standards: Familiarizing with international regulations and standards governing maritime electrical and electronics systems.
  1. Marine Safety and Emergency Systems: Understanding safety protocols and the design of emergency systems on board ships.
  1. Project Work: Typically, there’s a significant project component where you apply your knowledge to solve real-world problems in marine electrical and electronics engineering.

This program prepares you for a career in the maritime industry, where you’ll contribute to the design, installation, and maintenance of electrical and electronics systems on ships.