# RPSC ACF &FRO Gr-I Electrical Engineering Syllabus

Rajasthan PSC ACF &Forest Range Officer Gr-I Electrical Engineering Syllabus

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Rajasthan Public Service Commission going to conduct the written examination for the posts of ACF &Forest Range Officer Gr-I Posts. Here we provide the Syllabus of RPSC ACF &Forest Range Officer Gr-I. Interested candidates who are willing to take part in the written exam can now start their exam preparation with the help of RPSC ACF &Forest Range Officer Gr-I Syllabus.

Syllabus for ACF &FRO Gr-I Electrical Engineering Syllabus

1. Electrical Circuits : Circuit elements and their characteristics, steady state analysis of DC and AC network, network theorems, network functions, Laplace transforms and their applications, Response of networks to standard input signals, Steady state response with sinusoidal input, network graphs, poly phase circuits, two port network, network synthesis, transient response: Transient analysis of RL, RC and RLC circuits, inductively coupled circuits, Resonant circuits and applications.

2. Electrical Machines: Basic concept of rotating machines- e.m.f and torque equation, principle of energy conversion. DC Machines- characteristics, armature reaction, commutation, speed control of DC Motor, testing of DC Machine. Single phase and three phase transformers- phasor diagram, losses, regulation and efficiency, parallel operation of transformer, poly phase connection of transformers, Three phase induction machine- torque slip characteristics, efficiency, tests, applications, single phase induction motor- principle, starting methods, characteristics, applications, special machines. Synchronous machine - phasor diagram, voltage regulation, V-curves, synchronizing power,starting of synchronous motor, parallel operation and application.

3. Power Electronics: Power semiconductor devices, Thyristor, triac, GTO, MOSFET, Static characteristics and triggering circuits. A.C. to D.C. Converters, choppers. Controlled and uncontrolled power rectifiers, Bridge converters.

4. Control System: Open and closed loop systems. Block diagrams and signal flow graphs. transfer function, transient and steady state response, time domain analysis, frequency domain analysis; steady state error analysis. Root locus technique, bode plots, Routh-Hurwitz, and Nyquist criteria of stability, Compensating network, State variable representation and analysis of control systems.

5. Power systems: conventional and non conventional generating plants, Supply system, modelling of transmission lines, Distribution system, Neutral earthing. Underground Cables, Corona, power system stability, Line insulators, introduction to HVDC transmission, protective devices and schemes for power system equipment, per unit quantities, Symmetrical components, fault analysis, bus admittance and impedance matrix, load flow study, voltage control and power factor correction, economic operation of power system, grid substation.

6. Microprocessor systems and computer: Microprocessor architectures, Instruction set and simple assembly language programming, interfacing memory and I/O devices. Applications of microprocessors. Basic layout of digital computers, input-output devices, memory organisations, algorithms, flowcharts, Basic concepts of C++ programming.