This course refers to the integration of system component interaction, control and optimization of conventional power systems and offshore energy systems. Power systems refer to the branch of engineering which encapsulates generation, transmission and distribution aspects of electrical energy. Offshore energy systems includes design, analysis and modelling of renewable offshore energy sources, such as wind energy, wave energy, thermal energy, tide and ocean current energy and also sun energy. The programme is taught in an innovative, dynamic and challenging environment, through a combination of research-based courses, team-based project work and a high degree of interaction with industrial partners and energy supply companies. Companies take an active part in providing project proposals leading to innovative solutions for onshore and off shore energy systems.
BE degree in Electrical and Electronics Engg, Electronics and Communication Engg, Electronics and Instrumentation Engg, Instrumentation and Control Engg, Electrical and Electronics Engg-Marine, Marine Engg, Naval Arch and Offshore Engg, Ocean Engg, Petroleum Engg, Harbour Engg
Course Duration : 2 years (4 semesters)
Mode of Selection : Admission Test/ Personal Interview
Course Content : This Course includes but not limited to subjects like Modelling, Simulation, Analysis and Optimisation of Conventional and Offshore Energy Systems, Offshore Control Engineering Techniques, Marine Robotics, Ocean Observation Systems, Dynamics of Floating Systems, Deregulated sustainable energy systems, Planning and Reliability of Offshore Energy Systems, Smart Grid Technologies.
Power Industries, Oil and Gas Industries, Renewable Energy Industries, Offshore Energy Industries, Ship yards, Ship Manufacturing industries, Marine Machinery Industries