DELHI TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY

COURSE CURRICULUM & SCHEME OF EXAMINATION for

B.TECH. (Engineering Physics) 2009-2013
Semester Semester Semester Semester Semester Semester Semester Semester I Examination II Examination III Examination IV Examination V Examination VI Examination VII Examination VIII Examination November, May, November, May, November, May, November, May, 2009 2010 2010 2011 2011 2012 2012 2013

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ENGINEERING PHYSICS
Summary of Revised Scheme of Examination Total Credits for B.TECH. Degree: 240 Semester wise: I-30, II-30, III-30, IV-30, V-30, VI-30, VII-30, VIII-30 Classification of Subjects: Subjects I II III IV V VI VII VIII Total Credits 240 Percentage Contents of H, A, C H 19 14 03 00 00 00 00 00 36 15% A 11 16 04 04 06 14 07 00 64 25.83% C 00 00 23 26 24 16 23 30 142 59.16%

H A C Note: •

Humanities, Social Studies and Basic Sciences Allied Engineering Core (include major project and practical training also)

Industrial training of 10 weeks durations during summer vacations after 6th semester and 4 weeks after 7th semester.

SUGGESTED SCHEME FOR B.TECH. FIRST SEMESTER (ENGINEERING PHYSICS) 2

S.No. Course No. TH1 TH2 TH3 TH4 TH5 TH6 PR1 PR2 PR3 PR4

Subject

LTP 310 210 400 310 310 210 002 002 002 002 30 hrs

MA 101 Mathematics-1 HU 102 Communication skills EP 103 Applied Physics-I

Evaluation Sessional End 30 70 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70

Total Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 1000

Credit Type 4H 3H 4H 4H 4A 3A 2H 2H 2A 2A 30

CH 104 Applied Chemistry EE 105 Electrical sciences IT 106 EP 107 Fundamentals of Information Technology Applied Physics Lab

CH 108 Applied Chemistry Lab EE 109 Electrical Sciences Lab IT 110
TOTAL

Information Lab

Technology

SUGGESTED SCHEME FOR B.TECH. SECOND SEMESTER (ENGINEERING PHYSICS) S.No. Course No. TH1 TH2 TH3 TH4 TH5 TH6 PR1 PR2 PR3 PR4 MA 111 EN 112 EP 113 AS 114 ME 115 Subject Mathematics-II Environmental Sciences Applied Physics-II Engineering Materials LTP 310 200 400 400 400 200 003 003 002 002 30 hrs Evaluation Sessional End 30 70 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 Total Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 1000 Credit Type 4H 2H 4H 4H 4A 2A 3A 3A 2A 3A 30

Basic Mechanical Engineering COE 116 Programming Fundamentals ME 117 ME 118 COE 119 PE 120
TOTAL

Engineering Graphics Mechanical workshop Programming Lab Applied Physics Lab

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THIRD SEMESTER (ENGINEERING PHYSICS) SUGGESTED SCHEME FOR B. TH1 TH2 TH3 TH4 TH5 TH6 PR1 PR2 PR3 VS2 Course No.TECH.TECH.TECH. FOURTH SEMESTER (ENGINEERING PHYSICS) S. EP 201 EP 202 EP 203 EP 204 EP 205 EP 206 EP207 EP 208 EP 209 EP 210 Total Subject Introduction to computing Mathematical Physics Thermal Physics Digital Electronics Engineering Mechanics Basic Engineering Economics Thermal Physics Lab Digital Electronics Lab Computing Lab Self study LTP 310 310 310 310 310 300 002 002 002 010 30 hrs Evaluation Sessional End 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 Total Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 1000 Credit Type 4C 4C 4C 4C 4A 3H 2C 2C 2C 1C 30 SUGGESTED SCHEME FOR B. EP 211 EP 212 EP 213 EP 214 EP 215 EP 216 EP 217 EP 218 EP 219 EP 220 Total Subject Classical & Quantum Mechanics Optics Signals and systems Microprocessor & Interfacing Computational Methods Condensed Matter Physics Optics Lab Solid State Physics Lab Microprocessor & Interfacing Lab Self study LTP 310 310 310 300 310 310 002 002 002 010 30 hrs Evaluation Sessional End 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 Total Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 1000 Credit Type 4C 4C 4A 3C 4C 3C 2C 2C 2C 1C 30 4 . TH1 TH2 TH3 TH4 TH5 TH6 PR1 PR2 PR3 VS1 Course No.SUGGESTED SCHEME FOR B.No.FIFTH SEMESTER (ENGINEERING PHYSICS) S.No.

SIXTH SEMESTER (ENGINEERING PHYSICS) S.SUGGESTED SCHEME FOR B.NO Course S. Satellite Electromagnetic Antennas Communication and Propagation Elective I Devices Semiconductor Open Elective Biophysics LTP LTP 310 310 310 310 310 310 310 310 300 310 002 002 002 002 008 002 004 30 Hrs 30 Hrs Energy Storage and conversion Advanced Physics Lab lab Mobile and Satellite Electromagnetic theory.NO Course No No TH1 TH1 TH2 TH2 TH3 TH3 TH4 TH4 TH5 TH5 PR1 PR1 PR2 PR2 PR3 PR3 PR4 PR4 EP 401 EP 301 EP 402 EP 302 EP 403 EP 303 EP 404 EP 304 EP 405 EP 305 EP 406 EP 306 EP 407 EP 307 EP 408 EP 308 EP 409 EP 309 Total Total Subject Subject Computer Networking Atomic and Molecular Physics Alternate Energy Storage and Communication systems conversion devices Mobile and theory.NO Course No EP 311 EP 312 EP 313 EP314 EP 315 EP316 EP 317 EP 318 EP 319 Total Subject LTP Evaluation Sessional End 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 150 100 Total Credit type 4A 4C 4C 4A 4C 2C 2A 4C 2C 30 TH1 TH2 TH3 TH4 TH5 PR1 PR2 PR4 PR3 Instrumentation and Control Fiber optics and optical communication Quantum Information and Computing Microwave Engineering Fabrication and Characterization of Nanostructures Fiber optics and optical communication lab Microwave Engineering Lab Minor Project-II Industrial Training 310 310 310 310 310 002 002 006 30 Hrs 5 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 100 1000 .TECH. SEVENTH SEMESTER (ENGINEERING PHYSICS) S. Antenna Communication Lab and Propagation Lab Major Project (Part-I) Communication Systems Lab Industrial Training Minor Project-I Evaluation Evaluation Sessional End Sessional End 30 70 30 70 30 70 30 70 30 70 30 70 30 70 30 70 30 70 30 70 30 70 30 70 30 70 30 70 50 150 30 70 100 50 150 Total Credit Total Credit type type 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 100 100 200 1000 1000 4A 4C 4C 4C 4C 4C 4C 4C 3C 4A 2C 2C 2C 2C 4C 2A 4C 4C 30 30 SUGGESTED SCHEME FOR B.TECH.

NO Course No EP 411 EP 412 EP 413 EP 414 EP 415 EP 416 EP 417 Subject LTP Evaluation Sessional Total End 70 70 70 70 70 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 400 1000 Credit type 4C 4C 4C 3C 3C 2C 10C 30 TH1 TH2 TH3 PR1 PR2 PR3 PR4 VLSI and FPGA Design Synthesis Elective II Open Elective 310 310 310 003 003 002 0 0 10 30 hrs 30 30 30 30 30 Elective Lab FPGA Design Lab Seminar Major project (Part II) 100 300 Total 6 . EIGHTH SEMESTER (ENGINEERING PHYSICS) S.TECH.SUGGESTED SCHEME FOR B.

Robotics Lab (D) NUCLEAR ENGINEERING D1. Selected topics in Nano Science and Technology AP3.Materials Growth and Characterization Lab (B) PHOTONICS B1. Selected topics in nuclear engineering DP3. Principles of Nuclear Engineering D2. Nuclear Applications Lab 7 . Selected topics in photonics BP3.List of Electives MINORS: A. Nuclear Engineering (A) MATERIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY A1. Photonics B2. Nuclear Materials for Engineering Applications D3. Nano Science and Technology B. Robotic Engineering C3. Robotics and Intelligent Systems D. Selected topics in robotics and intelligent systems CP3.Integrated Optics B3. Nano Science and Technology A2. Introduction to Spintronics A3. Introduction to Automation and Motion Control C2. Photonics C. Photonics Lab (C) ROBOTICS AND INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS C1.

The course structure is designed to award the degree as B.Tech. (Engg. Physics) with majors in Electronics and Communication Technology and minors in any one of the following:
• Nano Science and Technology • Photonics • Robotics and Intelligent Systems • Nuclear Engineering

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Course Curriculum
B.TECH. I- Year, I Semester Examination Theory Paper – I (Common to all Branches) EE/COE/EC/IC/ME/PE/MPA/CE/ENE/PT/IT/BT L T P Credits 3 1 0 4 MA-101 Mathematics – I UNIT I: Infinite series: Tests for convergence of series (comparison, ratio, root, integral, Raabe’s,
logarithmic), Alternating series, Absolute convergence, Conditional convergence. (5L)

UNIT II: Calculus of single variable: Taylor’s & Maclaurin’s expansion, Radius of curvature,
applications of definite integral to area, arc length, surface area and volume (in Cartesian, parametric and polar co-ordinates). (8L)

UNIT III: Calculus of several variables: Partial differentiation, Euler’s theorem, total differential,
Taylor’s theorem, Maxima-Minima, Lagrange’s method of multipliers, Application in estimation of error and approximation. (7L)

UNIT IV: Multiple Integrals: Double integral (Cartesian and polar co-ordinates), change of order of
integration, triple integrals (Cartesian, cylindrical and spherical co-ordinates), Gamma and Beta functions. Applications of multiple integration in area, volume, centre of mass, and moment of inertia. (8L)

UNIT V: Vector Calculus: Continuity and differentiability of vector functions, Scalar and vector point
function, Gradient, Directional Derivative, divergence, curl and their applications. Line integral, surface integral and volume integral, applications to work done by the force . Applications of Green’s, Stoke’s and Gauss divergence theorems. (8L)

UNIT VI: Function of Complex Variable: Definition of complex function. Circular, Hyperbolic, and Logarithmic functions. Inverse of Circular, and Hyperbolic functions. (4L) Text Books/Reference Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. “Advanced Engineering Mathematics” by Alan Jeffery ; Academic Press “Calculus and Analytic Geometry” by Thomas/Finney; Narosa. “Advanced Engineering Mathematics” by Kreyszig; Wiley. “Advanced Engineering Mathematics” by Taneja ; I K international “Advanced Engineering Mathematics” by Jain/Iyenger; Narosa.

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Course Curriculum
B.TECH. I- Year, I Semester Examination Theory Paper –II (Common to all Branches) EE/COE/EC/IC/ME/PE/MPA/CE/ENE/PT/IT/BT L T P Credit 2 1 0 3 HU-102 Communication Skills UNIT I: Functional English:
(A) Parts of speech; Tense and concord; Conditional clauses; Question tags & short responses; Punctuation; Common errors. (B) Vocabulary and Usage: Synonyms & Antonyms; One word substitutions; Words often confused; Idioms / Idiomatic expressions.

UNIT II: Basics of Writing:
(A) Presentation of Technical Information: Technical description of simple objects, tools, appliances; Processes and operations; Scientific Principles; Definitions ; Interpretation of Visual Data (graph, charts etc) (B) Writing of: Paragraph; Summary and Abstract; Taking and Making Notes. (C) Comprehension of Unseen Passages based on reading exercises like Skimming, Scanning and Inference making.

UNIT III: Oral Communication:
Phonetics: Speech Sounds and their articulation; Phonemes, syllable, Stress, Transcription of Words and Simple Sentences; Presentation and Seminar; Language Lab Practice for Oral Communication.

UNIT IV: Texts for Appreciation and Analysis:
(A) (B) (C) (D) Wings of Fire by APJ Abdul Kalam The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid by C.K. Prahalad. The Branded (Uchalya) by Laxman Gaikwad Geetanjali by Ravindranath Tagore.

Text Books/Reference Books:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Day, Robert A. Scientific English: A Guide for Scientists and Other Professionals . UP. Maison Margaret , Examine Your English, New Delhi: Orient Longman. Tikoo M.L., A.E. Subramaniam and P.R. Subramaniam. Intermediate Grammar Usage and Composition. Delhi: Orient Longman. Weiss, Edmond H. Writing Remedies: Practical Exercises for Technical Writing . University Press. Lesikar and Flatley. Business Communications. New Delhi, Biztantra Press. O’Connor, Better English Pronunciation, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Gaikwad, Laxman, The Branded, Delhi: Sahitya Akademi. Kalam, APJ Abdul, Wings of Fire, Delhi: University Press. C.K. Prahalad, The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid, Wharton School Publishing. Rabindranath Tagore, Gitanjali, Filiquarian Publishing, LLC.

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prism and grating. Resolving power of telescope. Sharpness of resonance. Huygens and Ramsden’s eyepiece. Impedance matching between two medium. waves: Damped and forced oscillations. Einstein’s special theory of relativity. 2. I. “Optics” by A.I –year. UNIT III: Physical optics: Interference by division of wave front and amplitude.Semester Examination Theory Paper – III (Common to all Branches) EE/COE/EC/IC/ME/PE/MPA/CE/ENE/PT/IT/BT L T P Credits 3 1 0 4 EP – 103 UNIT I: Relativity: Review of concepts of frames of reference and Galilean transformation equation. Concept of energy and momentum. Einstein’s co-efficient. Multiple beam interference and Fabry-Perot interferometer.Course Curriculum B.TECH. “Vibrations and Waves” by A. “Perspective of Modern Physics” by Authors Beiser. 3. elliptically and circularly polarized light. Brief working principal of lasers. UNIT VI: Optical Fiber: Classification of optical fibers. Michelson – Morley experiment and its implications. Quarter and half wave plates. Berkley Physics Course Vol – 1. UNIT V: Laser optics: Coherence and coherent properties of laser beams. Text Books/Reference Books: 1. Refractive index profile. Zone plate. “Physics of Vibrations and Waves” by H. Pain. Law of addition of velocities. Mass variation with velocity. . Ghatak. Mass energy relation. Equations of longitudinal and transverse waves and their solutions. Nichol prism. Core cladding refractive index difference. Reflection and transmission of waves at a boundary. Q – factor. Polarization by reflection and by transmission. 4. Ruby laser. Pulse dispersion in optical fiber (ray theory). Spontaneous and stimulated emission. Applied Physics UNIT II: Oscillations. 5. spherical and chromatic aberrations and their removal. Impudence. He-Ne laser. Double refraction. single slit and N-slit / grating. Fraunhoffer diffraction. French. Numerical aperture of optical fiber. Resonance (amplitude and power). UNIT IV: Optical Instruments: Cardinal points of co-axial lens systems. Brewster’s law.P.J. Fresnel diffraction through a straight edge. Lorentz transformation equations.

Molecular weights of polymers.Semester Examination Theory Paper – IV (Common to all Branches) EE/COE/EC/IC/ MPA/CE/ENE/PT/IT/BT ME/PE L T P Credits 3 1 0 4 CH-104 Applied Chemistry UNIT I: (a) Conventional Analysis: Volumetric Analysis. solvents and catalysts for green synthesis. UV-VIS. Evaluation of feedstocks. Introduction to Biodegradable Polymers. component and degree of freedom. “Thermal Analysis” by T. 4L UNIT III: (a) Polymers: Monomer & polymer. 6L Univ VI: Green Chemistry: Introduction. “Instrumental Method of Analysis” by Skoog D. 5. “Polymer Science and Technology” by Fried. Goals & Significance of Green Chemistry. “Polymer Science and Technology” by Billmeyer. F. DNA. Mechanism of polymerization. RNA. Gibb’s phase rule. Anastas & JC Warner. Methods of polymerization. 6. functionality and Degree of Polymerization. Cellulose and its derivatives.I. I. Primary and Secondary battery systems: Zinc-Carbon cells. Structure. reaction types and methods. 6L (b) Bio-molecules: Classification. Circulation and filteration equipment. IR. Prentice Hall.TECH. 3. Industrial production of PE and PF resins.X. Industrial applications of polymers. Two component systems: Pb-Ag and Cu-Ni system. Carbohydrates. Electro-deposition: Electrical and chemical requirements. . Lambert-Beer’s Law.T. Agitation. Vogel. 4L UNIT II: Thermal Methods of Analysis: principle. Quinn.A. Principles of Green Chemistry. physical and chemical properties of Amino-acids. Theory of indicators. Hatakeyama. HRW International. One component systems: Water and sulphur. 2. Electroplating bath and linings. characteristics of batteries. Future trends in Green Chemistry. 2L (b) Spectral Analysis: Electromagnetic radiation. Differential thermal analysis and Differential scanning calorimetry. 4. Types of titrations. Peptides and Proteins. working and applications of Thermogravimetry. Oxford Univ Press. Fuel Cells. John Wiley. Wiley. instrumentation & applications. Lead storage and lithium batteries. 8L UNIT V: Phase Equilibrium: Definitions of Phase. “ Inorganic Quantitative Analysis” by A. Plating of copper. “Green Chemistry: Theory & Practice” by P. I year. gold and rhodium.Course Curriculum B. 6L UNIT IV: Electrochemistry: Electrochemical cells: components. Reagents.. 4L Text Books/Reference Books: 1.

Thevenin’s Theorem. IS standards for domestic and industrial cable/wiring. dynamometer type wattmeters. power in complex notation. PMMC ammeters and voltmeters. average and effective values of sinusoids. Text Books/Reference Books: 1. “Basic electrical Engineering” by C. grounding & phase definitions. B-H curve. voltage. flux. delta and Y connection.TECH. principle of working. half power points. Q-factor. etc. . bandwidth and their relationship. “Electrical Engineering Fundamentals” by Vincent Deltoro. UNIT III: Single Phase AC Circuits: Single phase EMF generation. conduct and cable wiring. Wadhwa. auto transformer and their applications. Solution of three phase circuits: balanced supply voltage and balanced load. power distribution and utilization: Neutral. V-I characteristics of ideal voltage and ideal current sources. UNIT V: Magnetic Circuits & Transformers: Amperes circuital law. concept of reluctance. UNIT VI: Three Phase Induction Motor: Construction. 4th Edition. plug. MCB. UNIT VIII: Measuring Instruments: Analog indicating instruments. New Age International. Passive circuit components: V-I characteristics and ratings of different types of R. Norton’s theorem. real power. types of motors applications. UNIT II: DC Network: Series circuits and parallel circuits. Superposition Theorem. Tellgen Theorem. UNIT VII: Equipment and Machine Power supply basics: Electric wiring. digital electronic ammeters and wattmeters. industrial and domestic sockets. concept of fields.I year. their types characteristics. Fuses. 4. energy and there interrelationship. application of magnetic force. series and parallel circuits. line and phase quantities. Higgenbotham & Grabel. Damping devices. “Basic Electrical Engineering” by Fitzereld. Hysteresis and eddy current losses. introduction to energy efficient lighting and energy conservation. Resonance in series and parallel circuits. 2. I Semester Examination Theory Paper-V (Common to all Branches) EE/COE/EC/IC/ MPA/CE/ENE/PT/IT/BT ME/PE LT P 3 1 0 EE – 105 Electrical Sciences UNIT I: Introduction: Credits 4 Role and importance of circuits in Engineering. AC watthour meters. ELCB. Principle of operation. power factor. reactive power and apparent power. colour coding. Maximum Power Transfer Theorem. power and energy. Delta-star conversion. mutual inductance and dot convention. C elements. MMF. Relevant Indian Electricity Supply rules & BIS codes. multimeters. UNIT IV: Three-Phase AC Circuits: Three phase EMF generation.L. Kirchoff’s Laws. McGraw Hill International. concept of phasor. 3. charge. Moving iron ammeter and voltmeters. shunt and multipliers. measurement of power in three phase circuits. L. current. Single phase Transformer construction. complex representation of impedance. Digital electronic voltmeters. various types of controlled sources.Course Curriculum B. of cable. Prentice Hall International (EEI). devices. phasor diagram. phasor diagram. analogies between electrical and magnetic quantities solution of magnetic circuits.

Tata McGraw-Hill. ‘Introduction to Computers’ by Peter Norton. . Video etc. flip flops. image. Assemblers. Dataflow Diagram. 6. Memory. Computer Hardware . Elementary Concepts of E-Learning and E-Commerce. Telnet. Firewall. Vikas. Translators. 2. binary.. UNIT – IV : Digital Devices and Basic Network Concepts: Digital Fundamentals: Various codes. UNIT – V : Data Communication & Networks: Computer Networks. “Fundamentals of Information Technology” by Leon & Leon. Safety of Business Transaction on web. “Introduction to Computers” by Rajaraman. Text. UNIT – III : Programming Language Classification & Program Methodology: Computer Languages. Audio.Introduction of LAN. UNIT – VI : Internet and Web Technologies: Hypertext Markup Language.Course Curriculum B. Generation of Languages. multiplexes. Characteristic and Application of Computers. “Data Compression” by Nelson. Value and Quality of information Credits 3 UNIT – II : Concepts in Computer & Programming: Definition of Electronic Computer. Introduction to Data Transmission. floating numbers gates. Introduction to Information representation in Digital Media. Classification of Computers. 8. Tata McGraw Hill. Search Engines. DHTML. An introduction”by CIS Tems. Peripherals. “Using Information Technology: A Practical Introduction to Computers & Communications” by William Sawyer & Hutchinson. “Internet. BPB. History. Electronic Payment Systems. HTTP. Introduction to 4GL and 5GL. Text Books/Reference Books: 1. Interpreters. graphics. 4. Web Browsers. Generations. Publisher: Tata McGraw-Hill. Compilers. Addison Wesley. WWW. “Information Technology: Breaking News” by Curtin. adder. Various I/O devices. 7. MAN and WAN. 5. Firmware and Humanware. I Semester Examination Theory Paper-VI (Common to all Branches) EE/COE/EC/IC/ MPA/CE/ENE/PT/IT/BT ME/PE L T P 2 1 0 IT – 106 Introductions to Information Technology UNIT – I : Fundamental Concepts of Information: Definition of information. Flow Charts. Gopher.I year. Client-server Architecture. Data Vs Information.TECH. Net Surfing. Need. different types of memory.CPU. Digital Signatures. FTP. hexa-decimal conversion. Email. 3. EPI. Network Topologies. TMH. decimal. Animation. “Internet 101” by Lehngart.

TECH.I year.TECH. I Semester Examination Practical Paper IV (Common to all Branches) EE/COE/EC/IC/ MPA/CE/ENE/PT/IT/BT ME/PE IT-110 Fundamental of IT Lab Based on course work corresponding IT-106 L T P Credits 0 0 2 02 . I Semester Examination Practical Paper I (Common to all Branches) EE/COE/EC/IC/ MPA/CE/ENE/PT/IT/BT ME/PE EP-107 Physics Lab Based on course work corresponding EP-103 L T P Credits 0 0 2 02 Course Curriculum B.I year.TECH. I Semester Examination Practical Paper II (Common to all Branches) EE/COE/EC/IC/ MPA/CE/ENE/PT/IT/BT ME/PE CH-108 Chemistry Lab Based on course work corresponding CH-104 ` L T P 0 0 2 Credits 02 Course Curriculum B.I year.I year.Course Curriculum B.TECH. I Semester Examination Practical Paper III (Common to all Branches) EE/COE/EC/IC/ MPA/CE/ENE/PT/IT/BT ME/PE EE-109 Electrical Sciences Lab Based on course work corresponding EE-105 L T P Credits 0 0 2 02 Course Curriculum B.

(8L) Credits 3 Ordinary differential equations: Bernoulli’s equation. 4. (6L) Fourier series and Transforms: Fourier series. Periodic function. Even and odd functions. power series method. Eigen-values and eigenvectors of a matrix. diagonalization of matrix.I year.111 Mathematics-II Matrices: Rank of a matrix. Convolution theorem. Euler-Cauchy equation. Legendre polynomials. II Semester Examination Theory Paper-I (Common to all Branches) EE/COE/EC/IC/ MPA/CE/ENE/PT/IT/BT ME/PE L T P 2 1 0 MA. Legendre equation. Pearson Education. simultaneous linear equations. Applications to boundary value problem in ordinary differential equations (simple cases only). I K international. Laplace transform solution of IVP and system of linear differential equations. Frobenious method.Course Curriculum B. Cayley Hamilton theorem. “Advanced Engineering Mathematics” by Kreyszig. UNIT step function. “Advanced Engineering Mathematics” by Taneja. Laplace transform of derivatives and integrals.homogenous equations. (16L) Laplace Transforms: Basic properties. consistency of linear system of equations.TECH. Fourier Transforms. “Advanced Engineering Mathematics” by Greenberg. Narosa. half range series. 2. 3. Second & higher order linear differential equations with constant coefficients. Wiley. harmonic analysis. inverse of a matrix using elementary transformations. Bessel equation. Differentiation and Integration of Laplace transform. method of variation of parameters. Sine and Cosine Transforms. Transforms of derivatives and integrals. Inverse Laplace transform. General solution of homogenous and non. Dirichlet conditions. . (10L) Text Books/Reference Books: 1. “Advanced Engineering Mathematics” by Jain/Iyenger.

I year.lithosphere.Course Curriculum B. desert. material cycling and energy flow. effects of noise pollution on human.TECH. atmosphere & biosphere. “Environmental Studies” by Basak Anindita.biodiversity. ozone hole. UNIT II: Ecosystems: Concept of ecosystem biotic & abiotic components. Pearson Education South Asia. Classification and measurement of noise. thermal. acid rain. V. geothermal energy. wood. segments of environment. hydrocarbons. carbon & phosphate cycles. nitrogen oxides. sulphur dioxide & particulates. aquatic. . EPI Publications. S. petroleum. nuclear power..forest. UNIT IV : Air & Noise Pollution: Primary & secondary air pollutants. Hazardous and non hazardous solid waste management. functional components of ecosystem. “Environmental Studies” by De Anil Kumar & De Arnab Kumar. ocean & tidal energy.coal. control of noise pollution. hydrological. II Semester Examination Theory Paper-II (Common to all Branches) EE/COE/EC/IC/ MPA/CE/ENE/PT/IT/BT ME/PE L T P Credits 2 0 0 2 EN – 112 Environmental Science UNIT I: Introduction to Environment: Origin & evolution of earth. global warming. Biogeochemical cycles. 3.S. productivity. Narosa Publishing House. types of ecosystems. “A Text Book of Environmental Science” by Subramanian. Text Books/Reference Books: 1. 4. water borne diseases. 2. food chains & food webs. Environmental laws and acts. El Nino. non conventional sources. physical.solar. grassland. Air quality standards. New Age International (P) Ltd. biogas. ground water pollution.geologic. different ecosystems. chemical & biological characteristics of water & waste water. UNIT V: Energy & Solid Waste Management: Conventional energy resources. hydrosphere. hydroelectricity. oxygen. wind. “Essentials of Ecology & Environment Science” by Rana. UNIT III: Water Pollution: Water quality.V. nitrogen. effects & control ofcarbon monoxide. sources.

Nuclear properties.TECH. II.III. UNIT—III: Quantum statistic. stable nuclei. . concept of displacement current. Quantum Statistics: Fermi—Dirac and Bose –Einstein Distribution.Year. wave function. radioactive decay law (alpha and beta spectrum). Q-value of nuclear reaction . 4. 3. Statistical physics : Microscopic macroscopic systems. UNIT—II: Clasical Statistic. Text Books/Reference Books: 1. nuclear models-liquid drop and shell model. particle in a box. Maxwell’s equations. Probability density. Pair production de-broglie relation. simple harmonic oscillator problem. “Perspective of Modern Physics” by Arthur Beiser. expection values and eigen value equation. Failure of classical physics . wave equation in dielectric & conducting media. Schrodinger wave equation operators. constituent of the nucleus. I.Semester Examination Theory Paper. (Common to all Branches) EE/COE/EC/IC/ MPA/CE/ENE/PT/IT/BT ME/PE L T P Credits 4 0 0 4 EP – 113 Applied Physics II UNIT— I: Quantum Physics. Energy density.Course Curriculum B. Fermi energy level. “Nuclear Physics” by Erwin Kaplan. binding energy. concept of phase space basic postulates of statistical mechanics. Maxwell—Boltzmann distribution law. UNIT—V: Electrodynamics. nuclear fission and fusion.Compton effect . concept of degeneracy. Pointing vector. “Electricity & magnetism” by Rangawala & Mahajan. elementary ideas of nuclear reactors.Dirac probability function. 5. Fermi. “Concept of Nuclear Physics” by Cohen. Derivation of wave equation for plane electromagnetic wave. 2. Pointing theorem. “Electrodynamics” by Griffith. UNIT—IV: Nuclear Physics.

7. Conduction process. Life time and recombination .Jain. II. applications of composites. Meissner effect . raw materials. Composite materials: Introduction. Ane Books India. Metallic Conduction: Energy distribution of electrons in a metal. Pearson Singapor (Prentice Hall).Course Curriculum B.Goel. limitations of conventional engineering materials. matrix materials. polyparaphenylene and polypyrole. Fermi level. Ceramic & Refractory: Introduction.& Sons Publication. 3. Pradeep P. New Age International. New delhi. applications of conducting polymers.Chand. H. . (Common to all Branches) EE/COE/EC/IC/ MPA/CE/ENE/PT/IT/BT ME/PE L T P Credits 4 0 0 4 AS. 7th edition by Kittel. New Age publication. reinforcements. “Essentials of Material Science and Engineering “ by Donald R.Semester Examination Theory Paper.N. Effect of temperature on conductivity . “Engineering Chemistry” by Raghupati Mukhopadhyay. Ltd. Pearson Education (Singapore) pvt. NOTE: Two hrs per week load for Applied Physics Department. Text Books/Reference Books (PHYSICS): 1. Thomson.. 2. 4. 5. Text Books/Reference Books (CHEMISTRY) 1. Speciality Polymers: Conducting polymers-Introduction. properties. metal-matrix composites. 2. “Engineering Chemistry” by S. polymermatrix composites.W. S.. classification. M. New York. High.Dara. Monica Jain. Budinski. manufacturing and applications. I. Properties . J. Ferro-magnetism . Askeland. “Engineering Materials: Properties and Selection”. P and N type of semiconductors . “Polymer Composites “ by A. simple crystal structures. 5. determination and removal of hardness. fiber-reinforced composites. application.S.P.Goyal. “Solid State Physics” by Pillai S. 4. Statistics of holes and electrons . Superconducting materials .IV. Hall effect . “Solid State Physics”. Dielectric and Optical properties of Materials: Dielectric polarization and dielectric constant. 6. classification. Magnetism and Superconducting Materials: Dia-para .A. “Engineering Chemistry “ by R. Budinshi.Year. New Age International Publication. optical absorption process. Type of superconducting materials . 7th edition by Kenneth G. W . boiler feed water. role of matrix in composites.Gupta. boiler troubles and prevention. 3.Dyson. “Engineering Chemistry” by P. Sriparna Datta. “Solid State Physics” by Wahab M.draft and diffusion in PN junction . numerical based on hardness removal. polyacetylene. SECTION – B (CHEMISTRY) Water treatment: Impurities in water. “Solid State Physics” by Ali OmerM.C.O. Different kind of bending.Gupta. Phule. Ferromagnetism ferrites.. Miller indices. Narosa Publishing House. “Speciality Polymers “ by R. hardness of water. Dhanpat Rai. environmental effects on composites. Semi Conductors: Band theory of solids . Antiferro . Ion-exchange resins and their applications. conduction mechanism.TECH. Two hrs per week load for Applied Chemistry Department.114 Engineering Materials SECTION – A (Physics) Crystal Structure: Bravis lattices. USA: Chapman and Hall.C. India branch.Tc superconductor .

K. Clausius inequality. continuity equation. Chapman. Ideal Gas. Som and G. L.TECH.example Nuts and Bolts. E. quasi-static process. A. . “Workshop Technology” by W. precision measuring instruments and gauges: vernier calipers. height gauges. Hazara Chowdhary. Diedel. K. K. Non Flow Energy Equation. (Common to all Branches) EE/COE/EC/IC/ MPA/CE/ENE/PT/IT/BT ME/PE ME 115 Basic Mechanical Engineering L T P Credits 4 0 0 4 (PART A) UNIT I: Introduction to Thermodynamics. Ideal & real fluids. “Fluid Mechanics” by Modi and Seth. Biswas. cyclic process. Composition. Newton’s law of viscosity. Introduction to Casting & Welding processes. micrometers. end standards. “Fundamentals of Classical Thermodynamics” by G. 11. Steady Flow Energy Equation. Nag. brasses and bronzes cutting tool materials. plain carbon and alloy steels. UNIT VI: Introduction to quality measurement for manufacturing processes. line standards and. Introduction to Bio-fluid Mechanics General description of fluid motion. and limit gauges. J. Steady State. Van Wyle and R. Pascal’s law. Text Books/Reference Books 1. Heat and Work. Definition of Head Engines. introduction to turning milling. Concept of Energy and availability. Concepts of systems.V. Bansal. Pressurevariation in a static fluid. Carnot Cycle. I. state. aluminum and their alloys like duralumin. UNIT II: First Law of Thermodynamics for closed & open systems. K. “Manufacturing Processes” by Kalpakjian. UNIT V: Introduction to Manufacturing processes for various machine elements. 9. Carnot efficiency. “Fluid Mechanics” by V. II. Heat pumps. mechanical and fabricating characteristics and applications of various types of cast irons. reversible & irreversible process. Pressure at a point. equilibrium.Course Curriculum B.Turbines and pumps. 4. drilling & boring processes. Wylie. standards of measurements. Dual cycle and their efficiencies. (PART-B) UNIT IV: Introduction to engineering materials for mechanical construction.Year. thermosets and composite materials. 3. Water turbine rotors. J. 7. stream lines. Fabrication of large & small components and assemblies. “Production Engineering” by P. shaping. Santag. Bernoulli’s equation. “Workshop Practics” by A. “Introduction to Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines” by S. dial indicators. Zeroeth Law and Temperature. Streeter and E. copper. Second Law of Thermodynamics – Kelvin and Plank’s Statements. control volume. B. 8. Large Electric Generators. 2.Semester Examination Theory Paper. “Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines” by R. super alloys thermoplastics. Sharma. comparators. Steady and unsteady flow. 6.C. “Engineering Thermodynamics” by P. “Production Engineering” by R. UNIT III: Properties & Classification of Fluids. Jain. Refrigerators. properties. Otto. 10. 5. K.

“Object Oriented Programming using C++” E. Hanly. Wiley DreamTech. 3. Vikas Publication. using arrays. using pointers as function argument. Koffman. Information hiding. Gilberg. 4. Operations on array elements. TMH. File: Declaration of files. [8 hrs] UNIT II: Arrays: Array representation. Parasons. I. “A Structured Programming Approach Using C” by Behrouz A. conditional statements and input/output statements. instantiation of objects. documentation. Java etc. 2004. [10 hrs] UNIT IV: Files: Streams and files. Classes and Objects: Concept of Object & classes. R. 2005. Structures& Unions: Declaration and usage of structures and Unions. 2007.Semester Examination Theory Paper. Elliot B. 2002. Richard F. “Object Oriented Programming with C++” by D . Constructors and destructors. [8 hrs] UNIT III: Object Oriented Programming: Functional and data decomposition. Pearson Addison-Wesley. “The Art of Programming Computer Science with C++” Steven C. C++. pointer operations and declarations. Introduction to different Programming Languages like C. indentation. II. Iterative programs using loops. multidimensional arrays. assignment statements. methods.Concept of subprograms.VI. (Common to all Branches) EE/COE/EC/IC/ MPA/CE/ENE/PT/IT/BT ME/PE L T P Credits 2 0 0 2 COE– 116 Programming Fundamentals UNIT I: Introduction: Concepts of algorithm. BPB Publication.Third Edition [India Edition]. “Problem Solving and Program Design in C” by Jeri R. BPB Publications.TECH. 6. Encapsulation. different types of files. Elementary Programming: Data types. abstract data types. . 1999.Year. flow chart. Thomson Computer Science. Balagurusamy. over view of Standard Template Library. Lawlor. Pointers: Pointer and address arithmetic. Lafore.Forouzan. 2. attributes. “C++: The Complete Reference” by Schildt Herbert. File input/output and usage. Coding style: choice of names. [2 hrs] Text Books/Reference Books 1. etc.Course Curriculum B. 2006. private and public memberships. Introduction to Class inheritance and operator overloading. 5. Characteristics of ObjectOriented Languages: Abstraction. C++ class declaration. error handling.

inclinations. “Elementary Engineering Drawing” by Bhatt N. New Delhi 4. K. (Common to all Branches) EE/COE/EC/IC/ MPA/CE/ENE/PT/IT/BT ME/PE L T P Credits 0 0 3 03 ME– 117 General: Importance.M. New Delhi 2. Development of Surface Suggested Readings: “Engineering Graphics” by Narayana. Specification. conversion of oblique plane into auxiliary plane and solution of related problems. Tata McGraw Hill.Semester Examination Practical Paper. and true lengths of the lines. Engineering Graphics Projections of Points and Lines: Introduction of planes of projection. “Engineering Graphics” by Lakshminarayaan.S. Dimensioning.I. Different types of Projections.Course Curriculum B.. Charotar Book Stall. faces and lines lying in the faces of the solid making given angles. shortest distance.I. II. “Engineering Graphics” by Chandra. P. Obtaining true shape of the plane figure by projection. R. Planes Other than the Reference Planes: Introduction of other planes (perpendicular and oblique). . Jain Brothers. and Vaish Wanar.. intersecting and non-intersecting lines. projections of points and lines in different quadrants.L. Reference and auxiliary planes. and Chandra Satish. A. and Kannaiah. inclinations etc. rules of printing. Projection of Solids: Simple cases when solid is placed in different positions. Sense of Proportioning. Anand 3. Narosa 1. Significance and scope of engineering drawing Lettering. their traces.TECH. projections on auxiliary planes.Year. projections of points lines in the planes.. Scales. Projections of Plane Figures: Different cases of plane figure (of different shapes) making different angles with one or both reference planes and lines lying in the plane figures making different given angles (with one or both reference planes). Axis. line symbols.S. B. V. traces. I. Isometric and Orthographic: First and Third angle of system of projection sketching of Orthographic views from pictorial views and vice –versa principles and type of sectioning.D..

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Prentice Hall. 2007) Rudra Pratap. Oxford University Press. String functions. Hierarchy of operations. UNIT II Special values. three dimensional plots. Stephen J. Multidimensional arrays. UNIT VI An introduction to Matlab file processing. Multidimensional arrays. Subfunction and private function. Formatted I/O functions. preserving data between calls to a function. CL-Engineering. file positioning and Status functions. 1 edition (February 16. MATLAB: An Introduction with Applications. (EP) II-Year. UNIT IV Variable passing in Matlab. Branching Statement and Program design: Introduction to topDown design Technique. Amos Gilat. Additional 2D plots. Data file. Sharing data using global memory. Hanselman. Wiley. Displaying output data. 4 edition (November 8. Optional arguments. Built-in-Matlab functions. Text Books/Reference Books 1. Use of pseudo code. 3. Matlab environment: Command window. 2004) Heinemann. Variables and Arrays: Initializing variables in Matlab. 2009) 5. 2. Edit window. function functions. Subarrays. Binary I/O functions. 2008 Credits 04 4. Relational and logical operators. Numerical methods and developing the skills of writing the program. nesting loops. break and continue statement. Input/Output Function: Textread function. Butterworth- . Getting Started with MATLAB: A Quick Introduction for Scientists and Engineers. load and save commands. 2009) Duane C. MATLAB Programming for Engineers. Chapman. Introduction to plotting: 2D and 3D plotting. III-Semester Theory Paper I EP201 Introduction to computing L T P 3 1 0 UNIT I Introduction to Matlab: Advantages and disadvantages. Branches. Figure window. USA (November 16. 1 edition (November 1. comparing binary and formatted functions. Logical arrays and vectorization.I Course Curriculum B. Stormy Attaway. User Defined Functions: Introduction to Matlab functions. details of loops operations. Matlab: A Practical Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving.TECH. UNIT V Complex Data and Character Data: Complex data. Mastering MATLAB 7. for loop. file opening and closing. additional plotting features of Matlab UNIT III Loops: The while loop. 3 edition (January 2. Scalar and array operations.

UNIT V: Numerical analysis: Introduction to Numerical analysis. M. Cambridge University Press. Spiegel.Solution of Laplace Equation in two dimensions.. Schaum’s outline series.I Theory Paper II EP202 Mathematical Physics L T P 3 1 0 UNIT I: Review of Vector Analysis: Scalar and vector fields. Fokas.W.S. Contraction. M. 6. Credits 04 . McGraw Hill International 7. Schaum’s outline series Tata McGraw Hill 2. Nye. A. Vector and Tensor analysis. J. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. UNIT IV: Partial Differentiatial Equations: Laplace equation – Method of separation of variables. Harmonic function. Differentiations. Singular points and classification. Complex variables. 4. Analytic function. R. limit. Calculations of residues. continuity. Tensor Analysis. Quotient law. I.V. piezo-electricity and converse piezo-electric effect UNIT III: Complex Variables: Introduction. Applications of Greens. International Student edition. Sokolnikof.Contravariant and Covariant tensors-Dummy suffix notation-Addition. First South Asian paperback edition. Ablowitz. J. Cauchy’s integral formula. thermal expansion. Gauss’s and stokes theorem. inner product. Forward and backward differences. Physical properties of crystals. Vector Analysis. Cauchy-Reimann equations. J. Erwin Kreyszig. substraction. Churchill. Functions of complex variables. Brown and R.S. outer product. symmetric and anti-symmetric tensors-application of tensor theory to strain. Cauchy theorem.F.Application of Laplace equation to two dimensional steady state of heat flow in a thin rectangular plate. Relation between the operators. Inc. New Age International (p) Limited. divergence and curl. Integrations.D’alemberts solution of vibrating string-application to the vibration of a rectangular membrane. 6 th ed. Residue theorem-evaluation of definite integrals. McGraw-Hill 3. Harry Lass. Complex variable and applications. Taylor’s and Laurent’s series. Solution of ordinary differential equations of first order using Runge-Kutta Method Text Books/Reference Books 1. UNIT II: Tensors: Definition. Oxford University Press 5. John Wiley & Sons. Residues. Equation of continuity and its applications. Concept of Interpolation and Extrapolation UNIT VI: Numerical analysis: Newton-Gregory formula for forward and backward interpolation.

Extension to Non-Isolated systems. grand canonical ensembles. Text Books/Reference Books 1. critical exponents. Isothermal. Phase Transition and Critical Phenomenon.). Isobaric. applications to magnetism. UNIT II Calculations of Work and heat. Dittman. first order and continuous transitions. H. Cambridge University Press . First law and its consequences.Wesley 4. E. UNIT IV Maxwell-Boltzmann’s molecular speed distribution and heat capacities. irreversible and quasi-static processes. Isochoric. adiabatic. Second law: heat engines. Callen. super fluidity and superconductivity UNIT VI Chemical potentials. reversible. M. UNIT III Gibbs free energy. ter Haar and H. John Wiley 3. stability. concept of entropy and its statistical interpretation.. Thermodynamics and an Introduction to Thermostatistics (2nd ed. Canonical ensemble: Boltzmann’s factor. Elements of Thermodynamics. McGraw Hill 2. photon gas: Black body radiation.W. Wergeland. zeroth law and concepts of temperature. Zemansky and R. basic inequality. Maxwell's relations.Chemical equilibrium.I Theory Paper III EP 203 Thermal Physics L T P 3 1 0 Credits 04 UNIT I Thermal equilibrium. H. Heat and Thermodynamics (7th ed. H. Carnot’s cycle. thermodynamic potentials. Addison. Clausius-Clapeyron equation. Stanley. Helmholtz free energy. B. Path Dependence and Heat capacities.). partition function UNIT V Phase transition: Joule Kelvin effect. Thermodynamic functions. gas-liquid phase transition. Enthalpy. elements of chemical thermodynamics.

Jain (TMH). Thomas L.BCD adder – 2’s complement adder/subtractor. 6. 3. Latches. Analog to digital converter-Successive Approximation Method. Logic gates. Johnson counter. Dataflow Modeling. Pearson Education Asia (1994) 2.State table –State minimization –State assignment . Multiplexer. UNIT III Shift register counters – Ring counter. Modern Digital Electronics by R. Gray Codes. 1’s complement and 2’s complement subtraction. Digital Electronics And Logic Design by M. Kohavi (TMH). Schilling(TMH). T. 4.Mano (EPI) 5. Digital Integrated Electronics by H. ECL. Digital Principles and Application by Malvino & Leach (TMH). memory expansion – Static RAM Cell-Bipolar RAM cell – MOSFET RAM cell – Dynamic RAM cell Text Books/Reference Books 1. D. Asynchronous Ripple or serial counter –Asynchronous Up/Down counter . Registers – shift registers . UNIT V Digital to analog converter: Binary Weighted Resistors.I Theory Paper IV EP-204: Digital Electronics L T P 3 1 0 UNIT I Minimization Techniques: Boolean postulates and laws – De-Morgan’s Theorem-Principle of Duality .Sum of Products (SOP) – Product of Sums (POS) – Karnaugh map Minimization – Don’t care conditions. Structural Modeling.PROM – EPROM – EEPROM – EAPROM. BCD and XS3 Addition. D and T-design. Digital Fundamentals. Implementation of Logic Functions using gates. CMOS Gates and their parameters and comparisons. Switching And Finite Automata Theory by Z. NAND–NAND and NOR-NOR implementations. Encoder.Modulo–n counter. Flip-flops .Boolean expression . Credits 04 Theory Paper V . TTL. UNIT VI Classification of memories – ROM .Synchronous counters – Synchronous Up/Down counters – Programmable counters – UNIT IV Design of Synchronous counters: state diagram. RAM – RAM organization – Write operation – Read operation.Parallel binary Adder/Subtractor –Serial Adder/Subtractor .Excitation table and Circuit implementation . P. JK. Floyd . Introduction to VHDL-Behavioural Modeling. Decoder. and Master-Slave – Characteristic table and equation –– Edge triggering – Level Triggering – Realization of one flip flop using other flip flops. Demultiplexer. Application in Digital System Designs.SR.Bidirectional shift registers. serial and parallel configurations. UNIT II Introduction to the circuits for Arithmetic UNIT: Design procedure – Half adder – Full Adder – Half subtractor – Full subtractor .Taub & D. I2L. DTL.ROM organization .Minimization of Boolean expressions –– Minterm – Maxterm .– NonSequential Counter Design using JK.

euler equations of motion and its application. 2. Potential Energy and equilibrium. UNIT III Friction: Dry friction (static and kinematics). types of loading and supports. radius of gyration. Vol II 3. Two and three force systems. belt friction. Reaction. wedge friction. Vector Mechanics for Engineers. 4th Ed. relation among load-shear force-bending moment. Dynamics.Virtual work and Energy method: Virtual Displacement. Static indeterminacy and partial constraints. Text Books/Reference Books 1. Beam. work of a force/couple (springs etc. Shames. 2002. R. space curvilinear motion. polar. C. Equations of equilibrium. rotation of axes and principal M. UNIT IV Center of Gravity and Moment of Inertia: First and second moment of area and mass. Engineering Mechanics: Statics and dynamics. H. Johnston. Vol I and II. power. square threaded screw.). Pearson Press. R. curvilinear motion rectangular. 2000. Free body diagram. Method of section. Andy ruina and Rudra Pratap. relative and constrained motion. Wheel friction. fixed axis rotation. spherical (coordinates).. stability. 2002. general planner motion. Rolling resistance. Hibbler. Beer and E. Shear Force and Bending Moment diagram. 4. product of inertia. Vol I . UNIT VI Kinetics of Rigid Bodies: Translation. Engineering Mechanics. impulse-momentum and associated conservation principles. I. P. 3rd Ed. UNIT II Structures: 2D truss.I.I EP 205 : Engineering Mechanics L T P 3 1 0 UNIT I Rigid body static: Equivalent force system. mechanical efficiency. UNIT V Kinematics of Particles: Rectilinear motion. M. parallel axis theorem. Method of joints. EPI.Statics. Frame. principle of virtual work. Tata McGraw Hill. composite bodies. Introduction to Statics and Dynamics Credits 04 . I. journal bearings (Axle friction). cylindrical. normal tangential. 5. disk friction (thrust bearing). by direct method (integration). potential energy. Thin plates. workenergy.

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Tata McGraw Hill 4. Asia 7.W. Quantum Mechanics. Angular momentum algebra UNIT V Approximation techniques in quantum mechanics : Variational Method. stark effect of the plane rotator Text Books/Reference Books 1. UNIT II Constraints of motion : Generalised coordinates : Hamilton’s variational principle: D’Almbert Principle : The Lagrangian function. B. The equations of motion. Longman Theory Paper II .I. UNIT VI Wentzel Kramers Brillouin (WKB) approximation. McGraw Hill 6. Merzbacher. Narosa 5.TECH. Applications of Hamilton’s equations of motion Quantum Mechanics UNIT IV Review of Schrödinger equation. Quantum Physics.H. connection formulae for penetration of barrier. (EP) II-Year. IV-Semester Theory Paper I EP 211 Classical Mechanics and Quantum Mechanics L T P Credits 3 1 0 4 Classical Mechanics UNIT I Basic Principles of classical dynamics: Central forces: Definition and properties. 2. Asia 3.peneteration of a potential barrier. Addison Wesley. Bra and ket notations. Physical Significance of H.I B. Cyclic coordinates Derivation of Hamilton’s equations from a variational principle.Introduction to Quantum Mechanics. Applications of variation method – (i) Ground state of hydrogen atom and (ii) helium atom. Schwabl.John Wiley . Quantum Mechanics. H. Quantum Mechanics. S. perturbation theory for non degenerate case. joachain. Classical Mechanics. Simple potential problems. P. the equivalent one dimensional problem and classification of orbits. Hamilton’s Canonical equations of motion. Venkatesan. John Wiley . Conservation theorems UNIT III The Hamiltonian (H). 2nd ed. Mathews and K. A textbook of Quantum Mechanics. L. Gasiorowicz. Goldstein. bransden and C. Principle of WKB approximation. Application of WKB Approximation method – (i) Transmission through a barrier (ii) Theory of alpha decay. J. Schiff. Time dependent perturbation theory.Lagrange’s equations of motion: derivation and applications .

Optical Physics. Born and E. 3. The Huygens –Fresnel principle. chromatic resolving power. UNIT II Theory of interference and interferometers: Interference of two monochromatic waves. Cambridge University Press Credits 04 . UNIT IV Spatial frequency filtering.Ghatak. the structure of a monochromatic plane wave in an anisotropic medium. Lipson.I EP 212 Optics L T P 3 1 0 UNIT I Wave nature of light. Fowles. 2. G. multiple beam interference. UNIT V Optics of crystals: the dielectric tensor of an anisotropic medium. Channeled spectra UNIT III Theory of diffraction: Introduction. Holt Reinhart and Winston A. Stress birefringence and form birefringence. Introduction to Lasers Text Books/Reference Books 1. two beam interference. the integral theorem of Kirchhoff. McMillan S. Tata McGraw Hill. C. B. Fourier transform spectroscopy. Introduction to Optics. fabry perot interferometer. Coherence: Spatial and temporal coherence. resolving power of prism and grating. Optical Beats. Coherence time and line width via fourier analysis. Introduction to Modern Optics. Optical properties of uniaxial and biaxial crystals. diffraction patterns with sound and microwaves. Lipson and H. spectral resolution of a finite wave train. Principles of Optics. Wolf. M. Kirchhoff’s diffraction theory. Absorbing crystals. 4. UNIT VI Measurements in crystal optics. Fraunhofer and Fresnel diffraction.

Convolution of sequences. Discrete time Fourier transform: Definition and properties. 2. convolution integral for continuous-time systems. “Fundamentals of Signal & Systems using the Web and Matlab”. continuous and discrete time filtering. UNIT III Continuous time Fourier transform: Definition of Fourier transform and its inverse. properties of linear time-invariant systems. Sampling: Uniform sampling. UNIT IV Laplace Transform: Definition. relation between discrete Fourier transform. region of convergence. basic properties. Credits 04 UNIT II Fourier series representation of periodic signals: Representation of periodic signals by trigonometric and exponential series. frequency response corresponding to difference equations. properties. aliasing. UNIT V Z Transform: definition. properties of continuous time Fourier series. common transform pairs. “Digital Signal Processing”. . “Signals & Systems” by Oppenheim. causality. UNIT VI Discrete Fourier transform: Properties of discrete Fourier transform. convolution sum for discrete time systems. properties of the transform. solution of differential equations. inversion. analysis of LTI systems. “Signal & systems” by Simon Haykins. Convolution theorem. poles and zeros and stability.I Theory Paper III EP 213 Signals and Systems L T P 3 1 0 UNIT I Basic signal in continuous and discrete form. interpolation. stability. stability. system functions. Willsky and Nawab. PHI 3. Text Books/Reference Books 1. decimation. by Proakis : Pearson. system functions. region of convergence. poles and zeros. overlap add and overlap save methods of convolution. circular convolution theorem. solution of difference equations. sampling theorem. linear time-invariant (LTI) systems. By Kamen : Pearson 4. convolution and multiplication theorems. Z and Laplace transform. system described by differential and difference equations. discrete time Fourier series and its properties. linearity.

Liu and G.K. The Intel Microprocessors. Memory Address Space Organization. Treibel and Avtar Singh.I Theory Paper IV EP-214. Real Mode Memory Addressing. CPU registers. Douglas Hall. Introduction to protected mode memory addressing. Rafiquzzaman.8253. UNIT IV Programmable Interrupt Controller – 8259.Bhurchandi. The 8088 and 8086 Microprocessors.M. Microcomputer Systems: The 8086/8088 Family. UNIT VI Interfacing applications of Microcontroller-interfacing of 7 segment display. 7th Ed. 2. Texts/References : 1. Bus Cycle Timing Diagrams.McKinlay . Tata McGraw Hill. Prentice Hall of India. Addressing modes. Introduction to 8086 Microprocessor. J. PIC memory organization. Embedded Design with Microcontrollers by Martin Bate Theory Paper V .D. special purpose registers and segment registers. Microprocessors.Ray. Prentice Hall of India. program control instructions. NMI interrupt. flag control instructions. hardware interrupt interface. interrupt instructions. software interrupts.M. 6. PIC 16F877 instructions. Concept of address. Y. UNIT III : Types of Interrupts. data and control buses. Prentice Hall of India. 4.8237/8257. Programmable Peripheral Interface (PPI) . Microcontroller and Embedded systems. PIC oscillator connections. 3. Walter A. UNIT V : Introduction to PIC Microcontrollers. Prentice Hall of India. Minimum and Maximum mode. Brey. arithmetic and logic instructions.. Gibson. 5. 8086 hardware specifications: pin-outs and the pin-functions. 8.Mazadi & R. PIC microcontroller overview and features.Microprocessors and Interfacing L T P Credit 3 0 0 03 UNIT I : Basic Concepts of Microprocessors. PIC 16F877: ALU. Input/Output instructions. A.G. UNIT II : Programming model of 8086-general purpose registers. program memory addressing modes.A. Barry B. 2nd Ed. I/O ports. Advanced Microprocessors and Peripherals (Second edition).. Programmable Direct Memory Access (DMA) Controller .Pearson PHI. K.Mazadi. TMH. Microprocessors Interfacing. data addressing modes. ADC and DAC interfacing. data transfer instructions. PIC reset actions. 7. Physical address generation. A. its internal architecture.8255. pin diagram. stack memory addressing modes. LCD interfacing. Programmable Interval Timer .

Runge-Kutta method. Iterative method for solution of equation. Euler-Maclaurin formula. Gaussian integration. Data fitting with cubic splines. Newton’s formulae for interpolation. modified Euler’s method. Steven C. Finite difference approximations to derivatives. trapezoidal method. Euler’s method. Physical significance of errors. Simpson’s 3/8-rule. Numerical Methods for Engineers. Rotation Matrix. Introduction to Numerical Methods and Fortran Programming. Tao Pang. Error in series approximation. error analysis of the cubic Spline. Numerical Recipes in Fortran/C. Romberg integration. curve fitting by a sum of exponentials. Direct method and iteration method. Practical interpolation. Cubic Spline method. Finite differences.I EP 215 Computational Methods L T P 3 1 0 UNIT I Errors in numerical calculations: Introduction. John Wiley. Newton-cotes integration formulae. Approximation of function. predictor-corrector method.R. Credits 04 Text Books/Reference Books 1. Cambridge University Press 5. T. Jacobi’s method. Bisection method. General error formula. Benjamin Theory Paper VI . Method of triangularization. S. William Press et al. Laplace’s equation. Secant or Chord method. Numerical integration. Differences of a polynomial. Regula Falsi Method or Method of False position. fitting a straight line. Divided differences and their property. Numerical double integration UNIT V Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations: Introduction. Power method. Interpolation: Introduction. Percentage and Maximum probable error. nonlinear curve fitting. Economization of power series UNIT IV Numerical Differentiation and Integration: Cubic Spline method. Errors in polynomial Interpolation. Solution of simultaneous linear algebraic equation: Gauss-elimination method. Boole’s and Weddle’s Rule. Gauss-Jordon elimination method. Relaxation Method UNIT III Curve fitting: Introduction. Cambridge University Press 4. Detection of errors by use of difference tables. Koonin. Simpson’s 1/3-rule. Inverse interpolation. Central difference interpolation formulae. Chapra and Raymond P Canale. Boundary value problem. solution by Taylor’s series. Absolute. maximum and minimum values of a tabulated data. McCalla. UNIT II Solution of numerical algebraic and transcendental equation : Roots of equations. Errors and their analysis. Computational Physics. N. Least square curve fitting procedures. Number and their accuracy. Relative.Y. errors in the cubic Spline derivatives. 3. Newton-Raphson method. UNIT VI Numerical solution of partial differential equation : Introduction.E. Chebyshev polynomials. governing equations and end condition. Double Interpolation. Jacobi method for finding eigen values. McGraw New York 2. An Introduction to Computational Physics. Picard’s method of successive approximation methods.

Metallic and Intermolecular bonds.I EP 216 Condensed Matter Physics L T P Credits 3 1 0 04 UNIT I Introduction to crystal physics. BCS theory. 3. Interplanar spacing. total energy. Pillai. Distinction between metal. Dekker. UNIT IV Dielectrics: Polarization mechanism and types. Fermi energy. Ionic bonding. ferro-. ground state. 4. S. D. classification of dia-. Wave equation in a periodic potential and Bloch theorem. magnetic storage and surfaces. Penetration depth. GMR. Josephson effect and tunnelling. Isotope effect. Coherence length. Hard and Soft magnetic materials. application of dielectric materials. phonons and quantization. Application of magnetic materials. Solid State Physics. Thermal properties. Calculation of lattice energy of ionic crystals. UNIT II Lattice vibration and thermal properties: Einstein and Debye models. attenuation. Meissner effect and its contradiction to the Maxwell’s equation. X-ray diffraction. Soild State Physics. Introduction to Solid State Physics. Defects in crystals. Covalent. Ashcroft and N. Dielectric loss. Density of states. New Age International publication. Myers. dispersion relation. O. 5. Clausius Mossoti equation. P. Bravais lattices. Electronic motion in a one and three dimensional potential well. Omar. London equations. W. para-. dielectric constant. antiferro magnetism and ferrimagnetism (Ferrites). Macmillan (1986). A. Introduction to Solid State Physics. Kittel. Cooper pair. N. band theory. Symmetry operations. Applications of superconductors. linear lattice. HBC Publ. 2. ferroelectric and piezoelectric materials. Point and Space groups. Madelung constant of ionic crystals. Miller indices and reciprocal lattice. Text Books/Reference Books 1. A. Mermin. UNIT V agnetism: concept of magnetism. Bond dissociation energy. continuous solid. density of states. M. UNIT III Free electron theory of metals. acoustic and optical modes. (1976). John Wiley (1996). Brillouin zones. Polarizability. Hysteresis. UNIT VI Superconductivity: Introduction and historical developments. Solid State Physics. Kronig-Penny model. Addison-Wesley (1975). . Behaviour of polarization under impulse. band gap. J. Viva books (1998). Elementary Solid State Physics. semiconductor and insulators. H. thermal conductivity of metals and insulators. 6. Critical parameters. energy gap. Point and line defects. C.

I B.TECH. IV-Semester Practical Papers EP 217 Optics Lab LTP 0 0 2 Laboratory experiments will be set in consonance with the material covered in optics course EP 218 Microprocessor & Interfacing Lab LTP 0 0 2 Laboratory experiments will be set in consonance with the material covered in microprocessor course EP 219 Solid State Physics Lab LTP 0 0 1 Laboratory experiments will be set in consonance with the material covered in optics course EP 220 Self Study/cum Seminar LTP 0 1 0 Course Curriculum . (EP) II-Year.

Raman spectroscopy. fluorescence. Solvent effects on vibration spectra. identical particles & Pauli’s principle. Bransden and C. Pearson Education 3. M. Herzberg 2. Joachain. The Zeeman effect. The Theory of Atomic Spectra. Spectroscopic terms: L-S & j-j couplings. E. The Breadth of Spectral lines. UNIT – III Rotational spectroscopy:Rigid rotor. Springer 4.Vibration of polyatomic molecules.I B. John Wiley 6. The stark effect. Angular momentum couplings – Hund’s cases UNIT – IV Vibrational spectroscopy: Vibration of diatomic molecules. H. Rotational spectra of diatomic Molecules. Hyperfine structure of spectral lines. F. UNIT – VI Electronic absorption spectra of polyatomic molecules. McGraw-Hill Credits 04 Theory Paper II EP 302 Communication Systems L T P Credits . J. Text Books/Reference Books 1. Rotation levels of polyatomic molecules: spherical. Molecular Spectra and Molecular Structure by G. Theoretical Nuclear Physics. UNIT – II Helium Atom & its spectrum. H. The Physics of Atoms and Quanta. Cambridge 5. E. Hartree’s field: Atomic ground states & periodic table. White. H. H. Condon and G. Solvent effects. symmetric. symbols. J. U. Blatt and V. spectra of alkali elements. Harmonic and anharmonic oscillator. Quantum mechanics of Hydrogen atom: Angular momentum & parity. Physics of Atoms and Molecules. Weisskopf. Spin orbit Interaction: Hydrogen fine structure. B. Electron spin and vector atom model. (EP) III-Year. Multielectron atoms. spectra of alkaline earth elements. Haken and H. Shortley. Wolf. Vibrationalrotational couplings. Dissociation and pre-dissociation in the spectra of diatomics. X-ray spectra. Magnetic dipole moments. Molecular orbital and term. Introduction to Atomic Spectra. UNIT – V Electronic spectroscopy of molecules: Electronic absorption specta of diatomic molecules. V-Semester Theory Paper I EP301 Atomic and Molecular Physics L T P 3 1 0 UNIT – I Bohr-Sommerfeld theory of Hydrogen Atom. C.TECH. and asymmetric tops.

Companding. Differential Pulse Code Modulation. DPSK. Errors in Sampling.I 3 1 0 UNIT I Introduction: Block diagram of an electronic communication system. Other forms of AM: Double side band suppressed carrier. Generation and detection of PAM. Prentice Hall of India 04 Theory Paper III EP 303: Electromagnetic theory. Pearson Education 5. Introduction to other forms of AM (Pilot Carrier Modulation. Electronic Communications by D. Amplitude modulation. Transmission noise and Bit Error Rate. equivalence between FM and PM. Prentice Hall of India 2.W. Amplitude Shift Keying (ASK). . UNIT IV Pulse Analog Modulation: Sampling theorem. Pearson Education 4. Frequency Shift Keying (FSK). UNIT VI Digital Carrier Modulation Techniques: Information capacity. UNIT V Pulse Code Modulation: Need for digital transmission. noise temperature. signal to noise ratio. UNIT II Amplitude modulation: modulation index. QPSK. Costas loop.Couch. Uniform and Non-uniform Quantization. Generation of FM (direct methods). Friss formula. Pearson Education 3. Electronic Communications by Kennedy. bandwidth efficiency. Decoding. frequency spectrum. Delta Modulation. Single side band suppressed carrier. Schoenbeck. Baud Rate and M-ary coding. Antennas and Propagation L T P Credits 3 1 0 04 . Binary Phase Shift Keying (BPSK) and Quadrature Phase Shift Keying (QPSK). Pulse Amplitude Modulation (PAM). Vestigial Side Band modulation). FM detector (slope detector. internal noise. noise factor. PWM. Digital and Analog Communication Systems by L. DSBSC generation (balanced modulator). Time Division Multiplexing (TDM).Coolen. Text Books/Reference Books 1. UNIT III Angle modulation: Frequency and Phase modulation. Bit Rate. Quantization Noise. Coding. SSBSC generation (filter method). generation of AM (balanced modulator).Roddy and J. need for modulation. Electronic Communications: Modulation and Transmission by Robert J. electromagnetic spectrum-band designations and applications. Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) and Pulse Position Modulation (PPM). carrier recovery – squaring loop. Phase Shift Keying (PSK). Quantizing. Communication Systems by Haykins. Amplitude Demodulation (diode detector). PPM. Regeneration. PLL). Adaptive Delta Modulation. Concept of Noise: External noise. modulation index and frequency spectrum. SSB detection.

Effective dielectric constant of ionized region.D.G. R. Smith Chart and its applications. Impossibility of TEM waves in waveguides. Use of method of images for antennas above ground. Electromagnetic Waves and Radiating Systems by E. UNIT II Maxwell’s equations. radiation from simple dipole and aperture. Cutoff wavelength and phase velocity.A.J. Calculation of field strength at a distance. Directive gain. UNIT IV Concept of antenna arrays. Ground wave propagation: Attenuation characteristics for ground wave propagation. Characteristics of TM and TE Modes. UNIT VI Space wave propagation: Reflection from ground for vertically and horizontally polarized waves. circular waveguide. wave equation. horn antenna. Expression for electric field from two and three element arrays. Advanced Engineering and Electromagnetics By C.E. microstrip antenna. Uniform linear array.Khan 3. dielectric slab waveguide.C.S. rectangular waveguide. Refractive index. Duct propagation. UNIT V Basic types of propagation. 2.Schwarz 4. Excitation of modes. plane wave functions. Wave impedances. single stub and double stub matching. Maximum usable frequency. Skip distance. Electromagnetics for Engineers by S. Introduction to Electrodynamics by David J. Mechanism of refraction. Reflection characteristics of earth. Antenna parameters: Radiation intensity. surface guided waves. Balmain Theory Paper IV EP 304 Semiconductor Devices L T P Credits 3 1 0 04 UNIT I .Transfer impedance – reflection factor and reflection loss. space wave and sky wave propagation. ground wave. Beam Width.Balanis. Fading and Diversity reception. end fire and broadside arrays. Band Width. Sky wave propagation: Structure of the ionosphere. quarter wavelength. Method of pattern multiplication. reflection from an unknown load. losses and dispersion. Gain and radiation resistance of current element.I UNIT I Transmission lines: transmission line equation in time and frequency domain. Text Books/Reference Books 1. Power gain. Jordan & K.Marhefka and A. Antennas and Wave Propagation by J. Critical frequency. constitutive relations. parabolic disc antenna.Input impedance of lossless lines – reflection on a line not terminated by Zo . distortion – distortion less transmission line – The telephone cable – Inductance loading of telephone cables.Griffiths 5. UNIT III: Introduction to Antennas. characteristic impedance. Binomial array.Kraus. Directivity. Resultant of direct and reflected ray at the receiver.

Small-signal Equivalent circuit. Common source DC characteristics UNIT V Small-signal equivalent circuit. Tunnel diode UNIT III Bipolar Junction Transistor: History. Lifetime. Transistor action and amplification. Physics of Semiconductor Devices by M. Photodectectors. Streetman 2. DC forward and reverse characteristics. threshold voltage. density of state function.base current gain. body effect Metal Oxide Field Effect Transistor: History. Device structures and fabrication. P-N Junction: Device structure and fabrication. Device characteristics. Small-signal equivalent circuit.I Introduction to the Quantum theory of solids: Allowed and forbidden Energy bands. UNIT VI Recent Developments: Hetero-junction FET. Extrinsic semiconductor. Integrated Electronics by Millman and Helkias Theory Paper V EP 305 Biophysics L T P Credits 3 1 0 04 . Semiconductor Devices by Kittel 4. Hetro-junction bipolar transistor Optical Devices: Solar Cells. Graded Impurity distribution. LEDs Text Books/Reference Books 1. common. Generation – Recombination currents. Drift and diffusion. Equilibrium picture. Semiconductor in Equilibrium: Equilibrium carrier concentration. Junction Breakdown. UNIT IV Ebers-Moll model MOS Junction: C-V characteristics.Shur 3. Physics of Semiconductor Devices by Ben G. Position of Fermi energy level. Intrinsic semiconductor. Differences between a MOSFET and a BJT Junction FET and MESFET: Basic pn JEFT & MESFET operation. low frequency. Direct and indirect semiconductors. Device structures and fabrication. Electrical conduction in solids. Excess carriers: Injection level. UNIT II Carrier transport phenomenon: Random motion.

pore formation. Donnan equilibrium. modern extensions. Biophysics: An Introduction by Roland Glaser 2. Examples of disease modeling. Stochastic processes. Structure of the synapse. Molecular biology in ion channels. function. State transition mechanics and modeling. Ion channel types and characterization. control. UNIT II Whole cell behavior: cardiac. Molecular and Cellular Biophysics by Meyer B. Gap junction structure. structure and function. Mathematical formulation. ligand activation. Quantitative Understanding of Biosystems: An Introduction to Biophysics by Thomas M. (EP) III-Year. Ion transport system overview. charge field. Integration: from channels to whole cell. UNIT IV Ion selectivity. Whole cell behavior: currents. Jackson 3. Sample channelopathies UNIT V Modeling and simulation of channels. Claycomb and Jonathan Quoc P. Integration. Control of channel function. GHK. signaling. UNIT VI Modeling and simulation of whole cell EP. Same channels in different cell types. Basic structure and composition of membrane. gating kinetics. numerical implementation. Review of HH formalism. function Text Books/Reference Books 1. Propagation. Measurement approaches. V-Semester Practical Papers EP 306 Advanced Physics Lab . saltatory conduction. Common elements organized to make specific function. Cardiac EC coupling. Neuron synapse. Nordlund B. Electrochemical transduction. Whole cell behavior: neuron. Channel types. gating.R.TECH. synaptic plasticity. Postsynaptic integration and information processing. examples of software. structure. Automaticity and pacemakers. Introductory Biophysics: Perspectives on the Living State by J. Protein structure. Tran 4. NMJ UNIT III Ion channel structure and gating function. Excitation-contraction coupling (cardiac and neuro). kinetics. voltage activation.I UNIT I Background of membrane biophysics. Strengths and limitations of simulation. Cardiac cell-to-cell communication.

TECH. EP 307 Electromagnetic theory. VI-Semester Theory Paper I EP 311 Instrumentation and Control L T P 3 1 0 UNIT-I Credits 04 . Antenna and Propagation Lab Laboratory experiments will be set in consonance with the material covered in Electromagnetic Antennas and Propagation course LTP 0 0 2 EP 308 Communication Systems Lab LTP 0 0 2 Laboratory experiments will be set in consonance with the material covered in communication systems course EP 309 Minor Project -I LTP 0 0 4 Course Curriculum B.I LTP 0 0 2 Laboratory experiments will be set in consonance with the material covered in theory courses 1 and 4. (EP) III-Year.

Time response of First order Systems. Instrumentation Measurement and Feedback” by Jones. Definition of Gain Margin and Phase Margin. Tata McGraw-Hill. Block Diagram Algebra and Signal Flow Graphs.TECH. 3rd Edition. Publishers 4. Construction of Root Loci. E. UNIT V Design Specifications of Second-Order Systems and Performance Indices.Correlation Between Time and Frequency Response.Hall of India. Control Systems Engineering by Nagrath & Gopal. Modern Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques by Helfrick and Cooper. Text Books/Reference Books 1. Linear Control Systems by Scheultz & Melsa. encoder type digital transducers. Polar Plots. PI and PID Control Action and Their Effect. Root Contours. inductive & capacitive transducers.. Non Linear. Assessment of Relative Stability Using Nyquist Criterion and Closed-Loop Frequency Response. strain gauges. Time Varying and Linear Time Invariant System. UNIT IV Time and frequency response Analysis: Standard test signals. UNIT V The Concept of Stability. Differential Equations of Physical Systems. thermisters. Transfer Functions. Servomechanism. UNIT VI Systems with Transportation Lag. Reprint1988. Theory Paper II EP 312 Fiber optics and optical communication L T P Credits 3 1 0 04 . New Age International. Bode Plots. 2. Mathematical Models of Physical Systems. signal conditioning and telemetry. Electrical Measurement and Measuring Instruments by Golding. thermocouples. Sensitivity of the Roots of the Characteristic equation. Time Response of Second-Order Systems. piezoelectric and Hall-effect transducers. Routh Stability Criterion and relative Stability Analysis. 1986. B. Modern Control Engineering by Ogata 6.I Instrumentation: Transducers. basic concepts of smart sensors and application. Sir Issac Pitman and Sons. UNIT II Control System:Linear. 3. Steady-State Error and Error Constants. photo-diodes & photo-transistors. Hurwitz Stability Criterion.W. Historical Development of Automatic Control and Introduction to Digital Computer Control.. Effect of Adding a Zero to a System. Necessary Conditions for Stability. 5. 1960. Prentice. and All Pass and Minimum-Phase Systems. The Root Locus Concept. Nyquist Stability Criterion. classification & selection of transducers. P. Mathematical Preliminaries. UNIT III Feedback and Non-feedback Systems Reduction of Parameter Variations By Use of Feedback Control Over System Dynamics By Use of Feedback Control of Effects of Disturbance Single By Use of Feedback and Regenerative Feedback.

1979. Waveguide dispersion and design considerations UNIT IV Fabrication of fibers and measurement techniques like OTDR.7). Academic Press. Propagation characteristics of graded index fibers.E. Tamir. Allard. 4. (Topics in Applied Physics Vol.Gowar. “Fiber optic Communication Systems” by G. “Fibre Optic communication”.LEDs and Lasers.I UNIT I Introduction to vector nature of light. Optical sources . 10. Optical switches . Material dispersion. 8. EDFAs for WDM transmission. “Optical communication systems” by J. 11. 1975.. “Nonlinear fibre optics” by G. UNIT VI Optical fiber amplifiers – EDFA: Gain spectrum and gain band width.G. Agrawal. Prentice Hall India. optical receivers. noise. detector responsivity. 3. Modal analysis of a step index fiber. 2nd Ed. wave model. Academic Press. Pulse dispersion in graded index optical fibers.Keiser.pin-detectors. “Integrated optics” by T.coupled mode analysis of directional couplers. 1992 by J. 9. propagation of light in a cylindrical dielectric rod.Power and Rise time Budget. 1992 “Fiber Optics Handbook for engineers and scientists” by F. John Wiley. 5. eds. 2.E. 1987. New York Theory Paper III EP 313 Quantum Information And Computing L T P 3 1 0 UNIT I Credits 04 . electro-optic switches. 1994. John Wiley and sons. UNIT III Propagation characteristics of step index fiber. quantum limit. UNIT II Signal degradation on optical fiber due to dispersion and attenuation. McGraw-Hill. 1979. power penalties. McGraw Hill. Springer-Verlag. propagation of light. BER calculation. Miller and A.C. Midwinter. UNIT V Optical link design . New York. Chynoweth. “Optical fibers for transmission” by J. 6. Measurement methods in optical fibers Text Books/Reference Books 1.. Different types of optical fibers. Ray model. “Optical fibres telecommunications” by S. Photodetectors . 2nd Edition.Agrawal. 7.

Introduction to quantum algorithms. complexity.Coupling Mechanisms – Probe. Waveguide Phase Shifters – Dielectric. Physical implementation of simple quantum gates. UNIT V Polarization states of photons. Directional Couplers – 2 Hole. classical complexity and quantum complexity classesQuantum Physics and Computers. Information By Hoi-Kwong Lo. Bell basis. Waveguide Discontinuities – Waveguide irises. UNITary operators. Loop. BELL’s theorem. Waveguide Attenuators – Resistive Card. Waveguide Multiport Junctions – E plane and H plane Tees. introduction to computability. technological feasibility of a quantum computer and the limitations imposed by noise. Magic Tee. quantum registers and quantum gates UNIT III Quantum Algorithms. Tim systems and technological feasibility 2. Bethe Hole types. Applications of Microwaves. UNIT VI Review of some current experiments and candidate physical systems. Tuning Screws and Posts. the concept of qubits. Shor’s algorithm and Grover’s search Algorithm. Waveguide components and applications. Quantum Turing machines. the concept of quantum measurement. Rotary Vane types. Deutsch’s algorithm. Schrödinger equation. real physical Heisenberg uncertainty principle. UNIT IV Quantum Cryptography and Quantum Teleportation. quantum cryptography using polarized photons. 2000) Theory Paper IV EP 314 MICROWAVE ENGINEERING L T P 3 1 0 UNIT I Introduction and review of transmission lines. UNIT II Review of Quantum Mechanics. Hamiltonian evolution.Introduction to the EPR paradox. Sandu Popescu (World Scientific 1998). Credits 04 . Introduction to Quantum Computation and Spiller. hermitian operators. Hybrid Ring. Aperture types. entanglements. teleportation of a single qubit. Rotary Vane types.I Introduction to Turing machines-classical probabilistic and deterministic Turing machines.state vectors. Matched Loads. The Quantum Computer by Jacob West (April 28. Text Books/Reference Books 1. superpositions.

IMPATT and TRAPATT Diodes. 8-Cavity Cylindrical Travelling Wave Magnetron – Hull Cut-off and Hartree Conditions. Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM). Formulation and Properties. Isolator.1994. Faraday Rotation. UNIT V HELIX TWTS: Significance. Krauss. Circulator and Isolator. Modes of Resonance and PI-Mode Operation. PHI. Magic Tee. Nature of the four Propagation Constants. UNIT III MICROWAVE SOLID STATE DEVICES: Introduction. Ferrite Components – Gyrator. Suppression of Oscillations. Sisodia and G. Reflex Klystrons – Structure. Microwave Principles – Herbert J. Microwave Engineering Passive Circuits – Peter A. High Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy (HRTEM). E plane and H plane Tees. 1999. IEEE Press. Avalanche Transit Time Devices – Introduction. Classification. Velocity Modulation Process and Applegate Diagram. Collin. P. Microwave Circuits and Passive Devices – M. J.G. Terman. Applegate Diagram and Principle of working. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy (NMR) . 2002. Gunn Diode – Principle.. Mathematical Theory of Bunching. Directional Coupler. Bunching Process and Small Signal Theory – Expressions for o/p Power and Efficiency.E. McGraw-Hill.Introduction.F. Scattering Matrix– Significance. PHI.E. Spin Resonance Spectroscopy. Circulator. RWH Theory. Reich. UNIT VI M-type Tubes. 4th ed. 3rd Edition. Types and Characteristics of Slow Wave Structures. Microwave Devices and Circuits – Samuel Y. UNIT IV MICROWAVE TUBES – I: Limitations and Losses of conventional tubes at microwave frequencies. Structure of TWT and Amplification Process (qualitative treatment).Raghuvanshi. Basic Modes of Operation. 1995. 2nd Edition. scanning electron microscopy (SEM). Probe techniques: Atomic force Microscopy (AFM). UNIT II Infrared Spectroscopy. Bragg’s law.S. 2. Liao. Paricle size determination using XRD. Theory Paper V EP 315 Fabrication and Characterization of Nanostructures L T P Credits 3 1 0 04 UNIT I X-ray Diffraction. O-type tubes : 2 Cavity Klystrons – Structure.. Electronic and Radio Engineering – F. Application in crystallography. TEDs – Introduction. 5. 4. Reentrant Cavities. Magnetrons – Different Types. John Wiley. Gain Considerations.L. Wiley Eastern Ltd. Foundations for Microwave Engineering – R. New Delhi. Raman Spectroscopy. Diffractogram. Electronic spectroscopy for atoms and molecules.L. CBS Publishers and Distributors. Ordung and H. Cross-field effects. 6. S Matrix Calculations for – 2 port Junction. Scanning tunneling microscopy (STM). Characteristics. 2004. 1955. Microwave tubes – O type and M type classifications. Skalnik.I UNIT II Ferrites– Composition and Characteristics. Rizzi. Applications. Oscillation Modes. Text Books/Reference Books 1. New Age International Publishers Ltd. 3..

synthesis of nanogold particles. Processing & properties of structural nanomaterials. Introduction to Nanoscale Science & Technology by M Di Ventra et al 3.203 Processing & Fabrication of Nanostructures (3-0-0): UNIT IV Fundamental concepts of Bottom-up and top down approaches. Handbook of Nanophase & Nanomaterials (vol. other relevant current topics Text Books/Reference Books 1. NST.I UNIT III De ep level transient spectroscopy (DLTS). laser assisted thermal CVD.M. sputtering and growth from solutions and melts UNIT V Chemical vapor deposition. synthesis of nanocomposites and nanostructures.Leon. nanowires. Nanotechnology by Gregory Timp 2. Tata McGraw .L. vapor phase growth. controlled colloidal synthesis. Microlithography Sciences & Technology – Sheats J R and Amith B W (Marcel Dekker Inc. High pressure CO dispropornation process. Nanostructures & Nano Materials : Ghuzang Cao 7. Nanophotonics by Paras N Prasad 4. Nak Kim. flame synthesis. Fabrication of fine pitch by holography. synthesis of colloidal particles. EB. electron beam lithography and nano-imprint lithography (proceeding papers) Author(s): Darren Goodchild. Nanolithography: A borderland between STM. Kelvin-probe measurements. Banwell. Capacitance-Voltage (C-V) Relationships. nanointermetallics.Mark James Jackson 10. IB and X-ray lithographies. Synthesis of polymer supported clusters and polymeric nanofibers Nanolithography. electron beam and focused ion beam lithographies. CoMoCat process. pulsed laser deposition (PLD) UNIT VI Fabrication of nanoparticles. Microfabrication and Nanomanufacturing. N. laser ablation. arc discharge.Shaw(editor) 11. formation of nanostructure by mechanical milling (ball milling). Simon Wingar. growth mechanism. thermal CVD. Nanoscale current-voltage (I-V) investigations. 9. plasma enhanced CVD. Gentili et al (Springer) 6. nanorods. I&II) : Zhong Lin Wang 8. Synthesis of carbon nanotubes. self assembly and self organization. Fundamentals of molecular spectroscopy : C. New York) 5. fabrication of quantum dots.

VI-Semester Practical Papers EP 316 Fiber optics and optical communication lab LTP 0 0 2 Laboratory experiments will be set in consonance with the material covered in Fiber optics and optical communication course.TECH. EP 317Advanced Physics Lab 2 LTP 0 0 2 Laboratory experiments will be set in consonance with the material covered in theory courses 1 and 2 . (EP) III-Year. EP 318 Minor Project-II LTP 0 0 6 EP 319 Industrial Training LTP ------ .I B.

IEEE 802 standards. Usage of LANs. Internet Protocol. Introduction to Network Management: Remote Monitoring Techniques: Polling. Congestion Control.M. Layers of TCP/IP. UNIT IV Local Area Networks: Introduction to LANs. (EP) IV-Year. Data Communications. Channel Access Methods. UNIT VI Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM). Example networks ARPANET. Tanenbaum Andrew S. UNIT II Types of Networks : Local Area Networks. ARP. Metropolitan Area Networks. Subnet Addressing. Davie. Components of LANs. VLANs. IP Addressing. Larry L. Firewalls. Irregular –Topology. Overview of IP version 6. Internet Control Protocols. Private Networks. Computer Networking – ED Tittel . Internet. Gateways. 2000. 2nd Edition 4. Layer 2 & 3 switching. CSMA. T. Layering architecture of networks. LAN Standards. User Datagram Protocol. Distributed Queue Dual Bus (DQDB). Wireless Links. UNIT V Wide Area Networks: Introduction of WANs. Features of LANs. Computer Networks (3rd edition). 2002. Ethernet. Wide Area Networks. Bridges. Text Books/Reference Books 1. Low Price Edition. Proxy Servers. Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH)/ Synchronous Optical Network (SONET).I Course Curriculum B. 3.TECH. WAN Technologies. Tree -. Switches. RARP. NNTP. Application Layer.Complete -. POP. . Domain Name System. Transmission Control Protocol . History of TCP/IP. HTTP. Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet. Traps. Token Ring. Frame Relay. International edition. CSMA/CD. Computer Networks and Open Systems (4th edition). FTP. ICMP. 2. 1996. Routers. Addison Wesley. Hybrid -. IP address classes. VII-Semester Theory Paper 1 EP 401 Computer Networking L T P Credits 3 1 0 04 UNIT I OSI Reference Model and Network Architecture: Introduction to Computer Networks.. LAN interconnecting devices: Hubs. Email – SMTP. Halsall Fred. Computer Networks – A System Approach. Peterson & Bruce S. Routing. Functions of each layer. Services and Protocols of each layer UNIT III TCP/IP: Introduction. Security management. Ring-.IMAP. Star-. Protocols. OSI model.H . Aloha. Network Topologies: Bus-. Token Passing.

air inlets..E. intake gates.E. P. Biomass conversion processes. Tidal and geothermal Energy.I Theory Paper II EP402 Alternative Energy Storage and conversion devices L T P Credits 3 1 0 04 UNIT I Introduction to Renewable Energy Sources. UNIT II Principle of Wind Energy Conversion.M.C. Text Books/Reference Books 1. trashtacks. Gasifiers. 2. Energy collection and devices. Biomass as a source of energy. Energy management by Paul’Callaghan . load analysis & Pondage requirement. Hand book of Energy Audits by Albert Thuman. Hydro Power Estimates – Hydrological analysis. Ni-Metal hydride secondary batteries. Effect of storage. UNIT IV Conversion & storage energy devices: fuel cells. Classification of biomass. lithium Ion. UNIT VI Water Ways – Fourbay. Flow & power duration curves. Gasification and combustion of biomass. Hydraulic Turbines – Types of turbines. solar radiation. surges in power canal and penstocks. Types & working of surge tanks. UNIT V Hydel Energy : Types of Hydro Power Plants. Solar Energy: Principles and scope. Characteristics of biomass. power canal. their parts and working. estimates of Primary and Secondary Power. Buiqueting of biomass. Pb-acid. Governing and controls of turbines. UNIT III Bio-Energy : Biomass and its uses.

Orbits and constellations: GEO. diffraction. scattering. Coding: Vocoders. SDMA. Synchronous & Statistical TDM. Softswitch Architecture with their comparative study. Odyssey Text Books/Reference Books . IS-95 and DECT UNIT V Introduction to satellite communication. UNIT IV Switched Communication Networks: Circuit. European TDM. GEO. fading and scintillation. reflection. Blue tooth. FEC and ARQ. Satellite Communications Systems and Applications. M-ary QAM.INTELSAT systems. UNIT III Multiple Access Techniques: FDMA. Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing. Second Generation and Third Generation Wireless Networks and Standards. AMPS. tracking and grade of service. Interference and system capacity. Linear Predictive Coders. Satellite Systems. VSAT networks. MEO and LEO. polarization. Cellular Concept: Frequency reuse. Capacity of Cellular CDMA and SDMA. Satellite space segment. Gauss ion MSK. channel assignment. X. GPS. RS codes for CDPD. Improving Coverage and capacity in Cellular systems. CDMA.I Theory Paper III EC 403. UNIT II Modulation Techniques: Minimum Shift Keying. UNIT VI Satellite Communication Techniques. Message. Packet & Hybrid Switching. Link budget analysis. Terminal handling & polling.Mobile and Satellite Communication L T P Credits 3 1 0 04 UNIT I Introduction to wireless communication: Evolution of mobile communications. GSM Codec. Attenuation. M-ary FSK. WLL. Iridium. GSM. INMARSAT systems. mobile radio systemsExamples. Selection of Speech Coders for Mobile Communication. TDMA. Spread spectrum: Frequency Hopping & Direct Sequence spread spectrum. Globalstar. MEO and LEO mobile communications. trends in cellular radio and personal communications. Propagation and satellite links.25. Performance of Digital Modulation in Slow-Flat Fading Channels and Frequency Selective Mobile Channels. North American digital multiplexing hierarchy. hand off. Free space propagation model. Free-space loss. ISDN.

Thomson Delmar. Third Indian Reprint 2003.TECH. R. "Wireless Communications: Principles and Practice. T. Theory Paper IV EP 404 Elective I L T P Credits 3 1 0 4 Theory Paper V EP 405 Open Elective L T P 3 1 0 Credits 4 B. W. 3. VII-Semester Practical Papers EP 406 Energy storage and conversion lab LTP 0 0 2 Laboratory experiments will be set in consonance with the material covered in EP 402 EP 407 Mobile and Satellite Communication Lab LTP 0 0 2 Laboratory experiments will be set in consonance with the material covered in VLSI and FPGA Design and Synthesis EP 408 Major Project-I LTP . Blake.C. Second Edition. McGraw-Hill International.Lee. 1998. 2003.Y. (EP) IV-Year. 2. "Mobile Communications Engineering: Theory and applications. Pearson Education/ Prentice Hall of India.S. " Wireless Communication Technology".Rappaport.I 1. Second Edition.

Fault finding in VLSI chips. reliability requirements for VLSI. UNIT IV Static Random Access Memories (SRAMs). General considerations associated with VLSI design. Bipolar & CMOS PROM. PROMs. SRAM Cell Structures. Text Books/Reference Books 1. SOl. UNIT V DRAMs. MOS layers. logic threshold. UNIT VI Introduction to ASICs and FPGAs. High Density ROMs. NMOS design layout diagrams. (EP) IV-Year. CMOS design. noise margins. FPGA Sequential Circuits. FPGA Implementation of Combinational Circuits. FPGA & CPLD Architectures. Stick diagrams. transit time and inverter time delay. NAND \ NOR logic. Advanced SRAM Architectures. FPGA Programmable Interconnect and I/O Ports. Lamda based design rules. VIII-Semester Theory Paper I EP-411: VLSI and FPGA Design Synthesis L T P 3 1 0 UNIT 1 Enhancement mode & Depletion mode MOSFETs. “Principles of CMOS VLSI Design (2nd edition)” Credits 04 . Bipolar SRAM. MOS DRAM Cell.TECH. VLSI assembly technology and fabrication technologies. inverting and non-inverting type super buffers. FPGA Logic Cell Structures. Advanced DRAM Design and Architecture. Packaging of VLSI devices. Flash Memories. design rules and layout. Failures in DRAM. Timing Issues in FPGA Synchronous Circuits and Arithmetic Circuits. CMOS inverter. EEPROMs. UNIT II MOS design rules. Floating Gate EPROM Cell. UNIT III Scaling of MOS Circuits. Weste. Nonvolatile SRAM. Failure mechanism in VLSI. Basic MOS inverter design. MOS SRAM Cell and Peripheral Circuit. Fundamentals in digital IC design. packaging types. FPGA Programming Technologies. Functional limitations to scaling. MOS SRAM Architecture. Application Specific SRAMs. Packaging design consideration.I 0 0 8 EP 409 Industrial Training LTP Course Curriculum B. transfer characteristics.

VIII-Semester Practical Papers EP 414 Elective III/IV Lab LTP 0 0 3 Laboratory experiments will be set in consonance with the material covered in elective III/IV course EP-415 FPGA Design Lab LTP 0 0 3 EP 416 Seminar LTP 0 0 2 EP 417 Major Project-II . Dougles A. Memories". New Delhi. 1997. 2nd Edition”. 6. Ashok K.I 2. Pucknell and kamran Eshraghian. Lin. CRC Press. Prentice Hall. Theory Paper II EP 412 Elective III L T P 3 1 0 Credits 04 Theory Paper III EP 413 Elective IV L T P Credits 3 1 0 04 B. Springer Publication. " Semiconductor Memories Technology. Wen C. (EP) IV-Year. "Handbook of Digital System Design". “Modern VLSI Design.TECH.Sharma. “Basic VLSI Systems and Circuits. 3. Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Wayne Wolf.Prentice Hall of India Private Limited. 4. Ltd. 5. Testing and Reliability ".

Unit-VI Manifestation of electron and photon confinement and its application in the design and development of nanoscale electronic and optical devices. Photon and phonon transport Unit-IV Optical absorption. Unit-II Quantum wells and low dimensional systems. Energy band structure in low dimensions. Two dimensional electron gas. interband absorption. Introduction to Nanotechnology by C P Poole Jr and Franks J Owens 04 . conductance formula for nanostructures. wires. double quantum wells.I LTP 0 0 10 MINORS A. 3D to 0D. Density of states. Text Books/Reference Books 1. Unit-III Behaviour of low dimension solids under electric and magnetic fields. Introduction to Nanoscale Science & Technology by M. motion of electron in bands. Unit-V Current reservoirs and electron channels. dots. NANO SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY A1. Di Ventra et al 2. Tunneling transport in low dimensional solids. Ballistic transport. rings size effects. quantized conductance. Nano Science and Technology L T P Credits 3 1 0 Unit-I Concept of dimensionality of solids. optical properties. inter sub-band transitions. Quantum mechanical treatment of low dimensional solids.

Electronic Transport in Mesoscopic Systems (Cambridge University Press. Introduction To Spintronics L T P Credits 3 1 0 04 UNIT I: Introduction to Spintronics: GMR. Electrochemical potential. Mod. motional narrowing. 2002). Magnetization. Awschalom. Equivalent circuit model. Nanophotonics by Paras N Prasad A2. Bir-Aronov-Pikus. T1 and T2 times. Spin relaxation. Quantum Electronics by A. Datta. spin kinetic equation. . CMR. Fabian. Yariv 4. 1995). 323 (2004). Stern-Gerlach experiments with electron spins. Spin diffusion. Spin accumulation. and D. Berlin. Samarath. Semiconductor Spintronics and Quantum Computation (Springer. UNIT IV: Concept of density matrix.I 3. UNIT VI: Spintronic Devices: Datta-Das spin-FET. Cambridge. and S. 76. Elliot-Yafet mechanism with phonons. Das Sarma. Optical orientation and spin pumping. Detection of free electron spin. Dyakonov-Perel. Magnetic bipolar transistor. Dresselhaus and Rashba spin splitting. FN junction. Electron Spin in Solids: Pauli equation. Spin detection.D. Zeeman splitting UNIT II: Current density. Spintronics: Fundamentals and Applications. Spin injection. P-N junctions. D. Electronic structure of GaAs. Spin-Orbit coupling. hyperfine coupling mechanisms. N. UNIT V: Spin Injection: Spin-polarized transport. Rashba formalism of linear spin injection. SilsbeeJohnson spin-charge coupling. 2. J. 3. Loss. Phys. Rev. S. Bloch states with SO coupling. pure and mixed states. 1. TMR. UNIT III: Spin Relaxation and Spin Dephasing: Bloch equations. Magnetic bipolar diode. Magnetic tunneling devices Text Books/Reference Books Igor Zutic.

UNIT VI Optical resonators and lens waveguides. Master amplification. Different types of lasers. UNIT IV Frequency converters and their applications. SHG and OPA). Cotton-Mouton and inverse Faraday effects. Microwave solid state measures.C. UNIT III Interaction of light with acoustic waves. Fundamental of Photonics. optical bistability. Nonlinear interaction of light with Matter. John Wiley and Sons . Rate equation for atomic transitions. Origin of optical nonlinearities. Lasers and their general characteristics. Einstein's transition probabilities. PHOTONICS B1. Third order nonlinear optical processes (self action.A. Second order optical processes (SFG. display and printing technologies. self phase modulation. Polarization Devices. Optical diode and isolator. Teich. Amplitude and Phase UNIT II Modulators.. self focusing. Resonant cavities and laser modes. Doppler broadening. degenerate four-wave-mixing and phase conjugation) UNIT V Electric and magnetic dipole transitions.I B. Magneto-optic effects – Faraday. Lifetime and collision broadening of atomic transitions. Uniaxial and biaxial materials. Baha E. Beam deflection and scanning devices. Electro optic effects – Kerr and Pockels effects. Photonics L T P 3 1 0 UNIT I Propagation of EM waves in anisotropic Materials. Saleh and M. Sample applications (scientific and technological) Credits 04 Text Books/Reference Books 1. Acousto-optic modulators and beam deflectors and their application to laser. DFG.

theory: optical. Photonics. Boyd. Integrated optics by Reinhard Marz-Artech House publisher 2. Iraj Najafi-SPIE Publishing .I 2. Optical Electronics. Text Books/Reference Books 1. Technology: Materials and Device process. Integrated Optics L T P Credits 3 1 0 04 UNIT I: Principles of optical Integrated circuits.Process and Characterization UNIT VI: Application: Integrated optic devices and circuits for High speed long distance telecommunication. Optical processing and Optical computing.W. Glass integrated optics and optical fiber devices by S. Ralf Menzel. Acad. UNIT II: Coupled mode. Rectangular core and Rib waveguide. Nonlinear Optics. modulators and switches. UNIT III: Passive and active waveguides-polarizer. Optical integrated circuits by Hiroshi Nishihara-Mcgraw Hill professional 4. Optical amplifier. bends. Opto-electronic integrated circuits UNIT IV: Simulation Tools and CAD packages for optical integrated circuits. Press. homogeneous and inhomogeneous waveguide. tapers. 4th ed. Springer Verlag 3. R. Hunsperger-springer verlag 3. patterning and Lithography. 4. Integrated optics by Robert G. Holt Rinehart and Winston B2. Deposition and Diffusion techniques UNIT V: Lithium Niobate based integrated optics technology. Theory of optical waveguides: Planer. A. waveguide couplers. Yariv.

Classification of Robots based on co-ordinate system. Negin. ROBOTICS AND INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS C1. vacuum & other methods of gripping UNIT III Overview of actuators. Definition. Power conversion UNIT etc. New Delhi 3. camera. PHI. Basic Structure of Robots. Cartesian motion of manipulator. MEMS (Micro Electro Mechanical Systems) – Introduction and working principle. NewDelhi 2. Present trends and future trends in robotics. Obstacle avoidance. Jacobian in terms of D-H matrix. Fuzzy controllers. Internal & External sensors. UNIT V Robot Vision: Machine Vision system. sensing. touch slip laser range tinder. Overview of robot subsystems UNIT II Components of Robot system-Manipulator. position. Nano-robots Text Books/Reference Books 1. Image Processing and Analysis and Application of Machine Vision System. UNIT VI Object recognition. UNIT IV Motion Planning and Controllers: On-off trajectory. force sensors. Robotics for automation. control loops of robotic system. relocking and acceleration profile. Robotic Engineering – Klafter. Basic control system. Robotics for Engineers – Yoram Koren. Introduction To Automation And Motion Control L T P Credits 3 1 0 04 UNIT I: Introduction: Automation and Robotics. proximity sensors. joint interpolated control. relocking and acceleration sensors. Robots for Industrial Automation: Need for Automation. New York . Robotic assembly sensors & Intelligent Sensors. Controller. McGraw Hill. description. Fundamentals of Robotics: Analysis and Control – Robert J Schilling. Digitizing. PHI. Thomas. Specifications of robot.I C. End Effectors and Actuators: Different types of grippers. Robot Intelligence and Task Planning.

C. Differential motion and statics: The toolconfiguration Jacobian matrix – Joint-space singularities – Generalized Inverses – Resolved-Motion rate control:n<=6 UNIT IV Rate control of redundant robots:n>6 – rate control using {1}-inverses – The manipulator Jacobian – Induced joint torques and forces. Robotics and Control. TMH. Manjunath. Direct Kinematics: The ARM Equation – Dot and Cross products – Coordinate frames – Rotations – Homogeneous coordinates – Link coordinates – The arm equation – A five-axis articulated robot (Rhino XR-3) – A four-axis SCARA Robot (Adept One) – A six-axis articulated Robot (Intelledex 660). Fundamentals of Robotics – T.Singleaxis PID control – PD-Gravity control – Computed-Torque control – Variable-Structure control – Impedance control. Mittal. Robot vision – Image representation – Template matching – Polyhedral objects – . UNIT V Robot control: The control problem – State equation – Constant solutions – Linear feedback systems . New Delhi 6.I 4. Manipulator Dynamics: Lagrange’s equation – Kinetic and Potential energy – Generalized force – Lagrange -Euler dynamic model – Dynamic model of a two-axis planar articulated robot Dynamic model of a three-axis SCARA robot – Direct and Inverse dynamics – Recursive Newton-Euler formulation – Dyamic model of a one-axis robot. Robotic Engineering L T P Credits 3 1 0 04 UNIT I Robotic manipulation – Automation and Robots – Robot Classification – Applications – Robot Specifications – Notation. MEMS and Microsystems Design and Manufacture. J. K.Inverse kinematics of a six-axis articulated robot (Intelledex 660) .Inverse kinematics of a three-axis articulated robot – A robotic work cell. Mumbai 5. UNIT II: Inverse Kinematics: Solving the arm equation – The inverse kinematics problem – General properties of solutions – Tool configuration – Inverse kinematics of a five-axis articulated robot (Rhino XR-3) – Inverse kinematics of a four-axis SCARA robot (Adept one) . Nagrath.HSU. TMH. Nandu Publishers.R. UNIT III Workspace analysis and trajectory planning: Workspace analysis – Work envelop of a five-axis articulated robot – Work envelope of a four-axis SCARA robot – Workspace fixtures – The pick-and-place operation – Continuous-path motion – Interpolated motion – Straight-line motion. New Delhi C2. I.

Applications”. V) 2.Half life . (Chapters 6 & 7 – UNIT IV) D. UNIT III: Reprocessing. Prentice Hall of India Pvt. “Introduction to Robotics – Analysis.Nuclear model of the atom .Zirconium.Schilling.Critical mass and composition . II.Role of solvent extraction in reprocessing . thorium.Niku. beryllium. 2003.Cross sections.Criteria for safety – .Uranium production and purification .NUCLEAR ENGINEERING D1. UNIT V: Safety.heat transfer techniques in nuclear reactors . Ltd.Reactors .Radio activity . Saeed B.Binding .Nuclear fuel cycles .Solvent extraction equipment. Task planning: Task-level programming – Uncertainty – Configuration space – GrossMotion planning – Grasp planning – Fine-Motion planning – Simulation of planar motion – A task-planning problem.Changes and consequences of an accident .spent fuel characteristics . Text Books/Reference Books 1. Disposal and Proliferation. Prentice Hall of India Pvt.. 2002.Nuclear fuel cycles and its characteristics . UNIT II: Nuclear Reactions and Reactor Materials.Mechanism of nuclear fission and fusion .Safety systems . “Fundamentals of Robotics – Analysis & Control”. III.I UNIT VI: Shape analysis – Segmentation – Iterative processing – Perspective Transformations – Structured illumination – Camera calibration.Equivalence of mass and energy . UNIT IV: Nuclear Reactions.Design and construction of fast breeding reactors . (Chapters 1 to 9 – UNIT I. Systems.Chain reactions .reactor shielding.Types of fast breeding reactors . Principles of Nuclear Engineering L T P Credits 3 1 0 04 UNIT I: Nuclear Physics.Neutron interactions .. Robert J.Nuclear plant safety. Ltd.Radio activity .

PHWR. (1983). " Introduction to Nuclear Power ". Embrittlement and Fracture UNIT VI Reactor Materials. Lamarsh U. Cambridge. Nuclear Materials For Engineering Applications L T P Credits 3 1 0 04 UNIT I Overview of Nuclear Systems. UNIT III Properties of Materials.A D2. Diffusion in Solids. Lipschutz R. Microstructural Changes. Mechanical Properties. Pressure Boundary Materials. Thomas J. GCR. Dislocation Interactions.. Void Swelling (Stainless Steels). Strain.G. " Fundamentals of Nuclear Engineering ". " Introduction to Nuclear Engineering Second Edition ". Collier J. Stress Fields and Strain Energy UNIT IV Forces on Dislocations. Binary Elastic Collisions.D. Crystal Structure UNIT II Imperfections. Fusion Materials . Displacements due to PKA. M. LWR Core Materials Radiation Growth – Zircaloys.R. SCC (& corrosion). Addison Wesley M. FBR. (1987).A. Fracture and DBTT. Materials – Selection. Nature of Materials. Radiation Induced vs Radiation Enhanced Creep.Radiation hazards and their prevention . Types. Grain-boundary. " Radioactive Waste .Various types [LWR. New York. Fusion].I UNIT VI: Nuclear waste . 4. and G.Weapons proliferation. Ballingor. Technology and Risk ". Dislocation Theory. Fatigue and Creep.Cannoly.Type of waste and its disposal .Politics. Text Books/Reference Books 1. Radiation Damage. Precipitation. Solution. Hemisphere Publishing. Dislocation Sources and Pile-ups.F. UNIT V Radiation Effects. John Wiley (1978).Hewitt. (1980). Fracture. Hardening: Dislocation. 2. Friction and Source Hardening. 3.

W.D. NTIS. Pergamon Press (1965) 3. Fundamental Aspects of Nuclear Reactor Elements.S.R.J. Smith. Materials Science and Engineering. Wiley (1991) 5. Introduction to Dislocations.I Text Books/Reference Books 1. D. Callister. Addison-Wesley (1967) 4.O. Olander. Springer (2007) . Fundamentals of Radiation Materials Science. G. C. ERDA (1975) 2. Nuclear Reactor Materials.Hull and D. Bacon. Was. D.

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