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Aeronautical Engineering

EN010 301

2-2-0 MODULE 1

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II

credits 4 (12 hours)

(common to all branches except CS & IT) Vector differential calculus

Scalar and vector fields – gradient-physical meaning- directional derivative-divergence an curl - physical meaning-scalar potential conservative field- identities - simple problems MODULE 2 Vector integral calculus (12 hours)

Line integral - work done by a force along a path-surface and volume integral-application of Greens theorem, Stokes theorem and Gauss divergence theorem Finite difference operators ∆, ∇ , , and - interpolation using Newtons forward and backward formula – problems using Stirlings formula, Lagrange’s formula and Newton’s divided difference formula MODULE 3 Finite differences (12 hours) MODULE 4 Difference Calculus (12 hours)

Numerical differentiation using Newtons forward and backward formula – Numerical integration – Newton’s – cotes formula – Trapezoidal rule – Simpsons 1/3rd and 3/8th rule – Difference equations – solution of difference equation MODULE 5 Z Transforms (12 hours)

Definition of Z transforms – transform of polynomial function and trignometric functions – shifting property , convolution property - inverse transformation – solution of 1st and 2nd order difference equations with constant coifficients using Z transforms. Reference 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Erwin Kreyszing – Advance Engg. Mathematics – Wiley Eastern Ltd. B.S. Grewal – Higher Engg. Mathematics - Khanna Publishers B.V. Ramana - Higher Engg. Mathematics – McGraw Hill K Venkataraman- Numerical methods in science and Engg -National publishing co S.S Sastry - Introductory methods of Numerical Analysis -PHI T.Veerarajan and T.Ramachandran- Numerical Methods- McGraw Hill Babu Ram – Engg. Mathematics -Pearson. H.C.Taneja Advanced Engg. Mathematics Vol I – I.K.International

**EN010 302 Economics and Communication Skills
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(Common to all branches) Teaching scheme 2hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Objectives To impart a sound knowledge of the fundamentals of Economics. Credits: 4(3+1)

Economics

Module I (7 hours) Reserve Bank of India-functions-credit control-quantitative and qualitative techniques. Commercial banks-functions- Role of Small Industries Development Bank of India and National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development The stock market-functions-problems faced by the stock market in India-mutual funds Module II (6 hours) A multinational corporation in India-impact of MNC’s in the Indian Economy. Globalisationnecessity-consequences. Privatisation-reasons-disinvestment of public sector undertakings The information technology industry in India-future prospects Module III (6 hours) Direct and indirect taxes- impact and incidence- merits of direct and indirect taxesprogressive and regressive taxes-canons of taxation-functions of tax system- tax evasionreasons for tax evasion in India-consequences-steps to control tax evasion Deficit financing-role-problems associated with deficit financing Module IV (5 hours) National income-concepts-GNP, NNP, NI, PI and DPI-methods of estimating national income-difficulties in estimating national income. Inflation-demand pulls and cost pusheffects of inflation-government measures to control inflation

Module V (6 hours) International trade-case for free trade-case for protectionism Balance of payments-causes of disequilibrium in India’s BOP-General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade-effect of TRIPS and TRIMS in the Indian economy-impact of WTO decisions on Indian industry Text Books 1. Group Discussion. The Indian economy. Oxford University Press 3. Interview skills. References 1. Presentation Techniques. Modern Economic Theory. Ruddar Datt. S.K. Importance of communication skills in society. Downward and Horizontal. Reading comprehension. 2. Communication Flow-Upward. Terence Byres. Soft skills . Listening skills.Ray.K. Indian Economy. Economics. Types of communication . The Indian Economy. K.Dewett. Campbell McConnel.Chand and Company Ltd. Economics. S. S. Paul Samuelson.Verbal and Non verbal.Chand and Company Ltd. Prentice Hall of India 4. Tata McGraw Hill 2. Tata McGraw Hill Communication Skills Objectives To improve Language Proficiency of the Engineering students To enable them to express themselves fluently and appropriately in social and professional contexts To equip them with the components of different forms of writing MODULE – 1 (15 hours) INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION Communication nature and process.

Prasad and Rajendra K. Emails. REFERENCES 1. Aysha Viswamohan. There will be internal evaluation for 1 credit.Types of reports Note: No university examination for communication skills. International (P) House limited. Business letters. Sangeeta Sharma and Binod Mishra. Tata Mc Graw Publishing company limited.K. affix. Job Application. 2007 2.MODULE – II (15 hours) TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION Technical writing skills. Kataria and sons. 2008 4.K. I. Communication skills for Engineers and Scientists. Curriculum Vitae. S. PHI Learning private limited. English for technical Communication. 2008 . Sharma.Vocabulary enhancement-synonyms. Professional Communication. The functional aspects of communication skills. 2010 3. Report writing. prefix. P. Kumkum Bhardwaj. Word Formation-suffix.

To develop understanding about basic laws and equations used for analysis of static and dynamic fluids. vortex.Pascal’s law. spiral flow. Open channel flow-Chezy’s equation-most economical cross section-hydraulic jump. orifice meter. specific gravity. basic flow fields-uniform flow. manometers. stream tubes-velocity and acceleration in fluid flow-continuity equation. streak lines. capillarity. pitot tube.hydrostatic force on plane and curved surfaces-buoyancy and floatationstability of submerged and floating bodies-metacentric height.Darcy Weisbach equation-hydraulic radius-power transmission through pipes-losses in pipes-pipes in series pipes in parallel-hydraulic gradient line and total energy line-equivalent pipe-moody’s diagram-water hammer.AN010 303: Fluid Mechanics (Common with ME010 303 and PE010 303) Teaching scheme 3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objectives To impart the basic concepts of fluid mechanics by providing exposure to diverse real world engineering examples. viscosityNewtonian and non Newtonian fluids. Module IV (12 hours) Fluid kinematics-Eulerian and Lagrangian approaches-classification of fluid flow-graphical description of flow pattern-stream lines. Source. compressibility. . orifices and mouthpieces. Module I (15 hours) Introduction and basic concepts-properties of fluids-density. specific weight. notches and weirs-rotameter. Ideal fluids-rotational and irrotational flow-circulation and vorticity-potential function and stream function. path lines. Module II (12 hours) Euler’s momentum equation-Bernoulli’s equation and its limitations-momentum and energy correction factors-applications of Bernoulli’s equation-venturimeter. flow past a cylinder with circulation-Magnus effect-Joukowski theorem. doublet. specific volume. surface tension. bulk modulus. Fluid statics: pressure-variation of pressure-absolute and guage pressure. Module III (10 hours) Flow through pipes-laminar and turbulent flow in pipes-critical Reylond’s number. sink.

5. Laxmi Publications. Tata McGraw Hill.M. Fluid Mechanics. Tata McGraw Hill. Fluid Mechanics. New Delhi Mody & Seth.boundary layer over flat plate. S . Metropolitan Book Co. Pearson Education. New Delhi Shames I. Laxmi Publications. New Delhi F.. Tata McGraw Hill. New Delhi S. Fluid Mechanics. Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulics. New Delhi White F. Tata McGraw Hill. Fluid Mechanics.H. New Delhi Douglas. 2. Bhansal. Tata McGraw Hill. Fluid Mechanics& Hydraulic Machines. Yunus A. Streeter.boundary layer thickness-displacement.S Massey. Fluid Mechanics. K. K. Som & G Biswas. K. Fluid Mechanics. Text Books 1.Rajput. Fluid Mechanics. 2. S.K. 7. 9. New Delhi R. S Chand and Company. Fluid Mechanics. lift and drag force on an aerofoil-characteristics-work done. 3. Hagen-Poiseuille equation. New Delhi Reference Books 1. Cimbala. Kataria & Sons. Fluid Mechanics& Hydraulic Machines. Cengel and John M. 8.Module V (11 hours) Boundary layer-boundary layer flow theory. 4.Kumar . 6. Fluid Mechanics. New Delhi D. 10. New Delhi B. New Delhi Jagdishlal . New Delhi R. .M. Tata McGraw Hill. momentum and energy thickness-boundary layer separation-methods of controlling-wake-drag force on a rectangular plate-pressure drag-friction drag-total dragstreamlined body-bluff body.

Module III (---15---hours) Second law of thermodynamics. enthalpy and entropy – Clausius Clapeyron equations _ applications of thermo dynamic relations. Module V (----11-.Mixture of gases and vapours.Carnot cycles. internal energy. Module IV (--11--.hours) Properties of pure substances – PVT.Various statements and their equivalence_ Reversible process and reversible cycles.Zeroth law of thermodynamics – Thermal equilibrium – Concept of temperature – Temperature scales – Thermometry – Perfect gas temperature scales.Equations for specific heats.AN010 304: Basic Thermodynamics Teaching scheme 3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objectives To impart the basic concepts of Thermodynamics Module I (---8---hours) Fundamentals concepts – scope and limitations of thermodynamics.Concept of entropy – Calculation of change in entropy in various thermodynamic processes – Reversibility and irreversibility – Available and unavailable energy – Third law of thermodynamics. Thermodynamics equilibrium – Equation of state of an ideal gas – PVT system – Real gas relations – Compressibility factor – Law of corresponding states. Mollier diagrams. Work and heat – First law of thermodynamics – Concept of energy _ First law for closed and open systems – Specific heats – internal energy and enthalpy – Steady flow energy equations _ Jule Thompson effect.Corollaries of the second law – thermodynamics temperature scales – Clausis inequality.mixture of ideal gases – Dalton’s law – Gibbs law. Module II (---15---hours) Las of thermodynamics.hours) Thermodynamic relations – Combined first and second law equations – Hemholtz and gibbs functions – Maxwell relations. Thermodynamic systems – different types of systems – macroscopic and microscopic analysis – continuum – Properties – state – processes.Thermodynamic properties of mixtures . – Thermometry – Perfect gas temperature scales. PT and TS diagrams.

Mark W. Addison-Wesleg Publishing Company. A. Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing Company Ltd.chuthan. 5.. J.P. Heat and Thermodynamic. Zemansky. McGraw Hill book company New . York. Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. Reference Books 1. 1963. Engineering Thermodynamics. 7. Engineering Thermodynamics. Basic Engineering Thermodynamics. J.1976. Engineering Thermodynamics. John Wiley and Sons . 1988.H Keenan. Lee and FW Sears.Prentice Hall of India Private Ltd. 2001. Holman. New Delhi. McGraw Hill. London. 4. M. 1988. 1962. Edward F Obert. New York. New Delhi 2002. Engineering Thermodynamics. F. McGraw Hill book company New York. 2. Concept of Thermodynamics. The English Language Book Society and Edward Arnold Ltd. Thermodynamics. 6. New Delhi 1989. Thermodynamics. 3. New Delhi 2008. Spalding and Cole. J. 8 Roy T.Text Books 1 P K Nag.

Module V ( 12hours) Power plants used in airplanes Basic ideas about piston. McGraw-Hi II..D. Evolution of lift. titanium. classifications. stainless steel and composite materials. pressure and altitude relationships. Mach number. Text Books I. Anderson.c. Different types of flight vehicles. Module III (12 hours) Introduction to principles of flight Physical properties and structure of the atmosphere. Basic instruments for flying. Module IV (12 hours) Introduction to airplane structures and materials General types of construction. Typical wing and fuselage structure.. . McGraw Hill. 1997 in aerodynamics. Exploration into space. Maneuvers.AN010 305: Elements of Aeronautics Teaching scheme 3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objectives To introduce the basic concepts of aerospace engineering and the current developments in the related fields Module I (10 hours) Historical evaluation Early airplanes. Comparative merits. Conventional control. Module II (12 hours) Aircraft configurations Components of an airplane and their functions. Use of propeller and jets for thrust production. Use of aluminum alloy. drag and moment. "Introduction to Flight". biplanes and monoplanes. Principles of operation of rocket. materials. 1995. Aerofoils. Temperature. Monocoque. Developments structures and propulsion over years. "Flight without Formulae". typical systems for control actuation. types of rockets and typical applications. A. Reference Kermode. turboprop and jet engines. semi-monocoque and geodesic construction. Metallic and non-metallic materials. J. Powered control.

polar modulus.Macaulays method . To understand the stresses and strains in different materials and analyse strength characteristic of structural members.flexure formula for beams .D loading (analytical method) Relation between load shear force and bending moment. shear and bearing loads-Axial and shear strains – Simple stresses and strains: Material behavior .stress-strain diagrams.assumptions and limitations singularity functions . Shearing stress formula for beams . Module III (15 hours) Stresses in beams: Pure bending .assumptions and limitations -section modulus .economic cross-sections.uniaxial tension test . Pressure vessels: Thin and thick cylinders-Lame's equation-stresses in thick cylinders due to internal pressure – compound pipes.moment area method for simple cases. .Temperature stresses Module II (10 hours) Bending moment and shear force: Cantilever. Module IV (10 hours) Torsion: Torsion theory of elastic circular bars – solid and hollow shaft assumptions and limitations . Deflection of beams: Moment-curvature relation .flexural rigidity .assumptions and limitations. Hooke's law for linearly elastic isotropic material.relation between them . simply supported and overhanging beams concentrated and U. Module I (15 hours) Introduction to analysis of deformable bodies stresses due to normal.economic sections beams of uniform strength.torsional rigidity .AN010 306: Basic Strength of Materials Teaching scheme 3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objectives To study internal effects produced and deformations of bodies caused by externally applied forces.Bars of varying cross section -Composite sectionsEquilibrium and compatibility conditions. Elastic constants .

Van Nostrand company. Engineering Mechanics of solids. Prentice Hall of India. Cengage Learning.M. Popov E. Timoshenko. 6. 1. Lakshmi Publications.Rankine's formula for intermediate columns -Eccentric loading of columns . James M . Prentice Hall of India. James. Inc. Nash. Theory of columns: Buckling theory -Euler's formula for long columns . Combined axial. Shames IH . Introduction to Solid Mechanics. Strength of Materials. Applied strength of materials.slenderness ratio . Mechanics of Materials.. Mott. flexural and torsional loads.K. 3.effect of end conditions .assumptions and limitations .W. Pitarresi. Part 1. Use of strain gage rosettes.P. Strength of Materials. Text Books 3.kern of a section (rectangular and circular section). 4.Newyork. 5th Edn. TMH 2.S.P. Gere.A . Prentice Hall of India.Module V (10 hours) Combined stresses: Principal stresses and planes-Mohr's circle representation of stress in 2D problems.D. Strength of Materials. New Delhi. Reference Books . New Delhi. Robert L.$th Edn.. 5. Schaum’s Outlines. Bansal R.

Fatigue test (a) Reverse plate bending (b) Rotating beam 8.Procedure. T.Viva voce . on M. Vicker’s and Rebound) 2. Torsion test on mild steel rod 6. and inference 30% . M.AN010 307(CE): Basic Strength of Materials Lab Teaching scheme 3 hours practical per week Credits: 2 List of Experiments 1. 4. torsteel and High Tensile steel. Tension test using U. 5. Rod. S. Deflection test on beams 11. Shear Test on M. 3. tabulation.Regularity in the class End Semester Examination (Maximum Marks-100) 70% . Impact test on metal specimen (a) Izad (b) Charpy 7. 9. Maxwell's Law of reciprocal deflection and Youngs modulus’E ‘for steel.Test/s 20%. 10. Rod. Verification of Clerk. Hardness test (Brinell.S. results. Tests on springs (open and close coiled). Strain Measurement using Rosette strain gauge Determination of Internal Continuous Assessment (Maximum Marks-50) 50%-Laboratory practical and record 30%. conducting experiment. Block compression test.

conducting experiment.Test/s 20%. Experimental verification of Bernoulli’s theorem. watermeters and current meters. tabulation. Study the various measuring instruments like gauges.Viva voce . watermeter etc. and inference 30% . valves. Calibration of Plug –Sluices. Calibration of discharge measuring equipments in closed conduits like venturimeter. Determination of metacentric height and radius of gyration of floating bodies. Determination of minor losses in pipe flow. results. Determination of Chezy’s constant and Manning’s number for open channel flow. Determination of hydraulic coefficients of orifices and mouthpieces under constant head method and time of emptying method. Determination of critical velocity in pipe flow.Regularity in the class End Semester Examination (Maximum Marks-100) 70% . Study and acquire a thorough knowledge of the various pipe fittings and plumbing tools. Determination of Darcy’s constant and Chezy’s constant for pipe flow. Calibration of discharge measuring equipments in open channel flow like rectangular and triangular notches. PE010 308 and AU010 308) Teaching scheme 3 hours practical per week Credits: 2 Objectives To provide exposure to the actual flow process and various instruments adopted for flow measurement . pitot tube. orificemeter.Procedure.AN010 308(ME): Fluid Mechanics Lab (Common with ME010 308. Study the use of different types of taps. Internal Continuous Assessment (Maximum Marks-50) 50%-Laboratory practical and record 30%.

Applied Electronics and Instrumentation .

S Sastry .physical meaning-scalar potential conservative field. Grewal – Higher Engg.work done by a force along a path-surface and volume integral-application of Greens theorem. Lagrange’s formula and Newton’s divided difference formula MODULE 3 Finite differences ( 12 hours) MODULE 4 Difference Calculus ( 12 hours) Numerical differentiation using Newtons forward and backward formula – Numerical integration – Newton’s – cotes formula – Trapezoidal rule – Simpsons 1/3rd and 3/8th rule – Difference equations – solution of difference equation MODULE 5 Z Transforms ( 12 hours) Definition of Z transforms – transform of polynomial function and trignometric functions – shifting property .International .McGraw Hill Babu Ram – Engg. 8. H. .S. Stokes theorem and Gauss divergence theorem Finite difference operators ∆.directional derivative-divergence an curl . Reference 1. Ramana .inverse transformation – solution of 1st and 2nd order difference equations with constant coifficients using Z transforms. Erwin Kreyszing – Advance Engg. Mathematics – McGraw Hill K Venkataraman. 5. Mathematics – Wiley Eastern Ltd.K.Numerical Methods.EN010301A 2-2-0 MODULE 1 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II credits 4 ( 12 hours) (common to all branches except CS & IT) Vector differential calculus Scalar and vector fields – gradient-physical meaning.Khanna Publishers B.Numerical methods in science and Engg -National publishing co S.simple problems MODULE 2 Vector integral calculus ( 12 hours) Line integral .Introductory methods of Numerical Analysis -PHI T.Ramachandran. Mathematics .C. convolution property .identities . 2.Veerarajan and T. 6.Taneja Advanced Engg.interpolation using Newtons forward and backward formula – problems using Stirlings formula.V.Higher Engg. ∇ . B. 3. 4. Mathematics Vol I – I. and . Mathematics -Pearson. 7.

merits of direct and indirect taxesprogressive and regressive taxes-canons of taxation-functions of tax system. Globalisationnecessity-consequences.Role of Small Industries Development Bank of India and National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development The stock market-functions-problems faced by the stock market in India-mutual funds Module II (6 hours) Multinational corporations in India-impact of MNC’s in the Indian economy. PI and DPI-methods of estimating national income-difficulties in estimating national income Inflation-demand pull and cost push-effects of inflation-government measures to control inflation .The information technology industry in India-future prospects Module III (6 hours) Direct and indirect taxes. Credits: 4(3+1) Economics Module I (7 hours) Reserve Bank of India-functions-credit control-quantitative and qualitative techniques Commercial banks-functions. NI.impact and incidence. Privatisation-reasons-disinvestment of public sector undertakings.EN010 302 Economics and Communication Skills (Common to all branches) Teaching scheme 2hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Objectives To impart a sound knowledge of the fundamentals of Economics.tax evasionreasons for tax evasion in India-consequences-steps to control tax evasion Deficit financing-role-problems associated with deficit financing Module IV (5 hours) National income-concepts-GNP. NNP.

Economics.Verbal and Non verbal. Presentation Techniques. Group Discussion. Soft skills . Types of communication .Chand and Company Ltd. Campbell McConnel. Tata McGraw Hill Communication Skills Objectives To improve Language Proficiency of the Engineering students To enable them to express themselves fluently and appropriately in social and professional contexts To equip them with the components of different forms of writing MODULE – 1 (15 hours) INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION Communication nature and process. The Indian Economy. Reading comprehension. S.Ray. Importance of communication skills in society. S.Module V (6 hours) International trade-case for free trade-case for protectionism Balance of payments-causes of disequilibrium in India’s BOP-General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade-effect of TRIPS and TRIMS in the Indian economy-impact of WTO decisions on Indian industry Text Books 1. Indian Economy. Listening skills. 2. Downward and Horizontal. The Indian economy. Tata McGraw Hill 2. Ruddar Datt. K.Chand and Company Ltd. Oxford University Press 3.Dewett. Interview skills. S. Prentice Hall of India 4.K. Paul Samuelson. Modern Economic Theory. Communication Flow-Upward.K. References 1. Terence Byres. Economics.

P. PHI Learning private limited.Types of reports Note: No university examination for communication skills. Sangeeta Sharma and Binod Mishra. Kataria and sons. I.Vocabulary enhancement-synonyms. Tata Mc Graw Publishing company limited. English for technical Communication. Sharma. Emails.K. REFERENCES 5.Prasad and Rajendra K. Job Application. Report writing. Professional Communication. 2008 . Kumkum Bhardwaj.MODULE – II (15 hours) TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION Technical writing skills. The functional aspects of communication skills. Aysha Viswamohan. Curriculum Vitae. affix. Communication skills for Engineers and Scientists. prefix. Business letters. There will be internal evaluation for 1 credit. 2007 6. Word Formation-suffix. 2008 8. S. 2010 7.K. International (P) House limited.

Source transformation. Thevenin.Kirchhoff’s Laws .AI010 303 Network Theory Teaching scheme 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Objectives To study time domain.Phasor relationships for R. Superposition.Independent and Dependent Sources – Resistance Networks: Node and Mesh analysis of resistance networks containing both voltage and current independent and dependent sources – Source Transformations – Superposition.Poles and zeros . Norton and Maximum Power Transfer Theorems applied to resistance networks Module II (12 hrs) Capacitors and Inductors – Current-voltage relationships – Step and Impulse functions – Waveshapes for Capacitor and Inductor – Series and Parallel combinations – Coupled coils – Mutual Inductance – First order Circuits: Excitation by initial conditions – Zero input response – Excitation by sources – Zero state response – Step and impulse response of RL and RC circuits . inductance and mutual inductance – Impedance and Admittance in the transform domain – Node and Mesh analysis of the transformed circuit . capacitance. L and C – Impedance and Admittance – Node and Mesh analysis. Thevenin and Norton’s theorems applied to Phasor circuits – Sinusoidal Steady State power – Average Power – Maximum power transfer theorem – Phasor analysis of Magnetically coupled circuits Module IV (12 hrs) Laplace Transform: Definition of Unilateral Laplace Transform.Properties –Laplace Transform of common time functions – Inverse Laplace Transform by Partial Fraction Expansion – Initial value and Final value theorems –Solution of network differential equations . phasor and Laplace transform methods of linear circuit analysis Credits: 4 Module I (12 hrs) Reference directions for two terminal elements .Transformation of a circuit into s-domain – Transformed equivalent of resistance.Network theorems applied to the transformed circuit – Network Functions: Driving point and Transfer functions .Excitation by sources and initial conditions – Complete response with switched dc sources Module III (12 hrs) Sinusoidal Steady State Analysis: Review of complex numbers – Rectangular and Polar forms – Phasors and the sinusoidal steady state response .

TMH F F Kuo. 5. 6. PHI L P .Module V (12 hrs) Frequency Response: Network functions in the sinusoidal steady state with s = jω – Magnitude and Phase response . 4. Introductory Circuit Analysis .Huelsman. Network Analysis and Synthesis. W H. parallel and cascade. Engineering Circuit Analysis. 2. Lin. Wiley . Hayt. 12th e/d . 3. Basic Circuit Theory. Linear Circuit Analysis. OUP B Carlson.Reciprocity theorem – Interconnection of two port networks. Network Analysis.Boylestad . Ceneage Learning M E. Two port networks: Characterization in terms of Impedance. Admittance. PHI Robert L. TMH DeCarlo.series. Kemmerly and S M Durbin. 7. Basic Circuit Theory. Circuits.Bode Plots – First order and Second order factors.PHI C A Desoer & E S Kuh. 8. Hybrid and Transmission parameters – Interrelationships among parameter sets . Van Valkenburg. References 1.Magnitude and Phase response of First order Low pass and High pass RC circuits –.

Module I (13 hours) Bonding forces in solids – Energy Bands – Metals. Diffusion of carriers – Diffusion process – Diffusion coefficient – Einstein relation – Continuity equation – Steady state carrier injection – Diffusion length. Charge concentrations – Fermi level – Electrons and hole concentrations at equilibrium – Temperature dependence of carrier concentrations – Compensation and space charge neutrality. Drift of carriers in electric and magnetic fields – Drift and resistance – Effects of temperature on doping and mobility – High-field effects – Hall effect. so that their studies of electronic circuits and systems will be meaningful. Optoelectronic devices – Optical Absorption – Solar Cells – Photo detectors – Photoluminescence and electroluminescence – Light emitting diodes – Laser diodes. To develop the basic tools with which students can later learn about newly developed devices and applications. Metal-semiconductor junctions – Schottky barriers – Rectifying and ohmic contacts. . Module III (12 hours) Reverse breakdown in p-n junctions – Zener and avalanche mechanisms – Breakdown diodes. semiconductors and insulators – Direct and indirect Semiconductors – Variation of Energy Bands with alloy composition – Charge carriers in semiconductors – Electrons and holes – Effective mass – Intrinsic and extrinsic materials. Time variation of stored charge in p-n junctions – Reverse recovery transient – Switching diodes – Capacitance of p-n junctions – Varactor diodes. Module II (13 hours) Excess carriers in semiconductors – Carrier lifetime – Direct and indirect recombination – Steady state carrier generation – Quasi Fermi levels.AI 01 304: Solid State Devices Teaching Scheme L T P : 3 1 0 Credit :4 Objectives To provide students with a sound understanding of existing electronic devices. P-N junctions – Equilibrium conditions – Contact potential – Equilibrium Fermi levels – Space charge at a junction – Forward and reverse biased conditions – Steady state conditions – Qualitative description of current flow at a junction – Carrier injection – Diode equation – Majority and minority currents through a p-n junction – V-I characteristics of a p-n junction diode.

5. New Delhi. Tyagi. Ltd. Tunnel diodes – pnpn diodes – Introduction to SCR and IGBT.Module IV (12 hours) Bipolar Junction Transistor – Bipolar Transistor action – Basic principle of operation – Simplified current relations – Modes of operation – Majority and minority current components – Emitter injection efficiency – Base transport factor – Current transfer ratio – Current amplification factor – Amplification and switching – Base width modulation – Avalanche Breakdown – Base resistance and emitter crowding Field Effect Transistor – Basic JFET operation – pinch off and saturation – Transconductance and amplification factor – V-I characteristics – Transfer characteristics Basic principles of high frequency transistors – Schottky transistors. S. Jit. Solid State Electronic Devices. Bhat.. D. 2010. Wiley India Pvt. S. Neamen. Tata McGraw Hill Education Pvt. C. Reference Books 1. PHI Learning Pvt. New Delhi. Suresh Babu.. 4. New Delhi. 2. B.. M. 3rd ed. Streetman. G. 2010. Ltd. K. Pearson Education. C-V characteristics – Threshold voltage. MOSFETs – Enhancement and depletion MOSFETs – Current-voltage relationship – Transconductance – Control of threshold voltage – Basic principles of CMOS. Introduction to Semiconductor Materials and Devices.. 3rd ed. Ltd. 3. accumulation and inversion modes. 2010. V. New Delhi. . 2010. Phototransistors Module V (10 hours) Ideal MOS capacitor – Energy band structure in depletion. Ltd. A. 6th ed.. Solid State Devices and Technology. 2008.. C. Tata McGraw Hill Education Pvt. 2010. Tata McGraw Hill Education Pvt.. K. Ltd. 3rd ed. Banerjee. Achuthan. Fundamentals of Semiconductor Devices. S. New Delhi. M. N. J. Semiconductor Physics and Devices. Halkias. Electronic Devices and Circuits. 6. Millman. K...

Analysis of high frequency response of CE. Small signal analysis of CE. CG. load lines. full wave and bridge rectifiers. short circuit and fold back protection. Rise time. input and output impedance) Module III (12) MOSFET I-V relation. Biasing of MOSFETs amplifiers.BJT as amplifier. clipping and clamping circuits.AI010 305: ANALOG CIRCUITS – I Teaching Scheme : L T P:3 1 0 Objectives: To understand applications of diodes and transistors To understand working of MOSFET To provide an insight into the working. CC and CS. Analysis of L. short circuit current gain. Integrator. Common Gate amplifier. LC & π filters. . Module IV (12) High frequency equivalent circuits of BJTs. CD amplifiers. Zener voltage regulator. CB. MOSFETs. Small signal diode model for low and high frequencies. CB. Module II (14) DC analysis of BJTs . CC configurations using approximate hybrid π model (gain. small signal parameters. Source follower amplifier. Differentiator. body effect. Transistor Biasing circuits. Stability factors. Small signal equivalent circuits (Low frequency π and h models only). step. Miller effect. small signal equivalent circuits. Analysis of single stage discrete MOSFET amplifiers – small signal voltage and current gain. Tilt. Thermal runaway. s-domain analysis. transistor series (with feedback) and shunt voltage regulators. pulse and square wave inputs. Analysis of half wave. Common Source amplifier with and without source bypass capacitor. input and output impedance of Basic Common Source amplifier. C. amplifier transfer function. analysis and design of basic analog circuits using BJT and MOSFET Credits : 4 Module I (10) RC Circuits: Response of high pass and low pass RC circuits to sine wave.

Sodini: Microelectronics: An Integrated Approach. Pearson Education . 6. Spencer & Ghausi: Introduction to Electronic Circuit Design. Trans conductance and Trans resistance amplifiers. Roger T. 9/e. B. Current. Wiley 3. AB and C circuits . Razavi . Stability of feedback circuits. 3/e. The four basic feed back topologiesSeries-shunt. Pearson Education. Millman and Halkias: Integrated Electronics. References: 1. Sedra and Smith: Microelectronic Circuits. R E Boylstead and L Nashelsky: Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory. input and output impedance.Properties of negative feed back. 5. Charles G. loop gain. B. Analysis and design of discrete circuits in each feedback topology . Donald A Neamen. 2004. Biasing of class AB circuits. “Fundamentals of Microelectronics”. series-series.Module V (12) Power amplifiers: Class A. TMH. Pearson Education. shunt-shunt. shunt-series. 7. Howe.efficiency and distortion. Oxford University Press 1998. TMH. 1997. 2003. Transformer less power amplifiers. 2.Voltage. Feed back amplifiers . : Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design. 4/e. 4.

enumeration command line parameters .unions. low level programming . Structures and unions: defining a structure processing a structure .Relational and Logical operators .array and strings.the C pre-processor.a brief overview . Algorithms – Flowchart.do while . Module 2 (12 hrs) Control Statements: While . scanf.pointers and multi dimensional arrays – passing functions to other functions.statements .external variables .pointers and one dimensional arrays . Functions .Automatic variables .data types function prototypes .identifiers and keywords .nested loops -if else switch.AI010 306 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING Teaching Scheme L T P : 3 1 0 Credits: 4 Objectives To develop the programming skill using C Module 1 (12 hrs) Problem solving with digital Computer .processing a data file.Recursion.bit fields .constants .creating a data file . Introduction to C: C fundamentals .pointer declaration .declarations .defining a function accessing a function .for .gets and puts functions . Module 5 (12 hrs) Data files: Opening and closing of a data file .Steps in Computer programming .user defined data types .Data input and output .symbolic constants.interactive programming. .The conditional operator Library functions .Features of a good program.go to statement.variables and arrays .operations on pointers . printf . Arrays: defining an array .multi file programs. Module 4 (12hrs) Pointers: Fundamentals .passing pointers to a function .arithmetic operators .macros .processing an array .continue The comma operator .register variables – bit wise operation .passing arguments to a function .passing arrays in a function – multi dimensional arrays .getchar – putchar.specifying argument .expressions .break . Module 3 (12 hrs) Program structure: storage classes .Data types .passing structure to a function – self referential structures .The character set .

Kochan . “A book on C” . “Programming in C” . PHI. Education. Tata Mc Graw Hill. Pearson Stephen C. Schaum’s Outlines . “Programming Techniques through C”:. Pearson Al Kelley. 6. 4.Graw Hill.Tata Mc.References 1. Byron Gottfried. Balaguruswamy . 3. Ira Pohl . “Programming with ANSI and Turbo C”. 7. Programming with C. “Programming in C” . . 5. Venkateshmurthy . 2. Education. Kernighan & Ritchie . CBS publishers. Ashok N Kanthane . Pearson Education. “The C programming language:”.

FET. Class B and Class AB. Analysis. 2. Models of DIODE. 6. testing. BJT. 4. MOSFET amplifier (CS) . 5. Rectifiers-half wave. Frequency responses of RC Low pass and high pass filters.): 1. 7. Simulation of following circuits using spice (Schematic entry of circuits using standard packages). Introduction to SPICE Models of resistor. Clipping and clamping circuits. inductor. energy sources (VCVS. Characteristics of Diodes & Zener diodes. Bridge with and without filter. RC Coupled CE amplifier . Feedback amplifiers (current series. etc. etc. DC. Integrator & Differentiator (I/P PULSE) – Frequency response of RC circuits. Power amplifiers (transformer less). Zener Regulator with & without emitter follower. 3.Gain and frequency response 11. Potential divider. capacitor. To provide experience on electronic circuit simulation software like SPICE . 3. 10.(transient. Characteristics of Transistors (CE & CB). full wave. RC Integrating and Differentiating circuits. . 1. BJT Characteristics. etc) and transformer.frequency response characteristics. 4. AC. voltage series) . 9. pulse. MOSFET.frequency response characteristics. 8. Sinusoidal source. and analysis of few basic electronic circuits using BJT and MOSFET..ripple factor and regulation. CCVS. Diode Characteristics. 2.AI010 307 ANALOG CIRCUITS LAB L-T-P : 0-0-3 ` Credits: 2 Objectives To provide experience on design. Characteristics of MOSFET.

. Sweep Circuits. 8. 7. MOS characteristics. 9. FET Characteristics. 10. Full wave rectifiers (Transient analysis) including filter circuits. 6.5.Transient analysis and Frequency response. 11. RC Coupled amplifiers . FET & MOSFET amplifiers. Voltage Regulators.

arrays. Familiarization/installation of common operating systems and application software. operating systems and commonly used software packages To learn computer programming and debugging Part 1 1.AI010 308 PROGRAMMING Lab Teaching scheme 3 hours practical per week Credits: 2 Objectives To familiarize with computer hardware. 2. . Part 2 Programming Experiments in C/C++: Programming experiments in C/C++ to cover control structures. structures. Computer hardware familiarization. pointers and files. functions.

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K. Lagrange’s formula and Newton’s divided difference formula MODULE 3 Finite differences ( 12 hours) MODULE 4 Difference Calculus ( 12 hours) Numerical differentiation using Newtons forward and backward formula – Numerical integration – Newton’s – cotes formula – Trapezoidal rule – Simpsons 1/3rd and 3/8th rule – Difference equations – solution of difference equation MODULE 5 Z Transforms ( 12 hours) Definition of Z transforms – transform of polynomial function and trignometric functions – shifting property .V. 10.Higher Engg. Mathematics – McGraw Hill 12.Khanna Publishers 11. Erwin Kreyszing – Advance Engg. Babu Ram – Engg. T.Taneja Advanced Engg. B.identities .Introductory methods of Numerical Analysis -PHI 14. Mathematics .International .directional derivative-divergence an curl .inverse transformation – solution of 1st and 2nd order difference equations with constant coifficients using Z transforms.Ramachandran.Veerarajan and T.work done by a force along a path-surface and volume integral-application of Greens theorem.physical meaning-scalar potential conservative field. H. Mathematics -Pearson.interpolation using Newtons forward and backward formula – problems using Stirlings formula.S. Ramana . B. S. convolution property . ∇ . Grewal – Higher Engg.simple problems MODULE 2 Vector integral calculus ( 12 hours) Line integral . .McGraw Hill 15. and . 16. Mathematics – Wiley Eastern Ltd. K Venkataraman.Numerical methods in science and Engg -National publishing co 13. Stokes theorem and Gauss divergence theorem Finite difference operators ∆. Reference 9. Mathematics Vol I – I.Numerical Methods.S Sastry .EN010301A 2-2-0 MODULE 1 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II credits 4 (common to all branches except CS & IT) Vector differential calculus ( 12 hours) Scalar and vector fields – gradient-physical meaning.C.

impact and incidence.merits of direct and indirect taxesprogressive and regressive taxes-canons of taxation-functions of tax system. PI and DPI-methods of estimating national income-difficulties in estimating national income Inflation-demand pull and cost push-effects of inflation-government measures to control inflation .Role of Small Industries Development Bank of India and National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development The stock market-functions-problems faced by the stock market in India-mutual funds Module II (6 hours) Multinational corporations in India-impact of MNC’s in the Indian economy.EN010 302 Economics and Communication Skills (Common to all branches) Teaching scheme 2hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Objectives To impart a sound knowledge of the fundamentals of Economics. NNP. The information technology industry in India-future prospects Module III (6 hours) Direct and indirect taxes.tax evasionreasons for tax evasion in India-consequences-steps to control tax evasion Deficit financing-role-problems associated with deficit financing Module IV (5 hours) National income-concepts-GNP. Credits: 4(3+1) Economics Module I (7 hours) Reserve Bank of India-functions-credit control-quantitative and qualitative techniques Commercial banks-functions. Globalisationnecessity-consequences. NI. Privatisation-reasons-disinvestment of public sector undertakings.

Oxford University Press 3.Ray.Chand and Company Ltd. References 1.K. Presentation Techniques.Chand and Company Ltd. The Indian Economy. Campbell McConnel. Paul Samuelson. Group Discussion. Communication Flow-Upward. 2. Prentice Hall of India 4. S.Dewett. Terence Byres. Types of communication . S. Downward and Horizontal. Indian Economy. Ruddar Datt.Module V (6 hours) International trade-case for free trade-case for protectionism Balance of payments-causes of disequilibrium in India’s BOP-General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade-effect of TRIPS and TRIMS in the Indian economy-impact of WTO decisions on Indian industry Text Books 1. Tata McGraw Hill 2. Soft skills . Economics. S. Tata McGraw Hill Communication Skills Objectives To improve Language Proficiency of the Engineering students To enable them to express themselves fluently and appropriately in social and professional contexts To equip them with the components of different forms of writing MODULE – 1 (15 hours) INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION Communication nature and process.Verbal and Non verbal. Interview skills.K. The Indian economy. Listening skills. K. Reading comprehension. Modern Economic Theory. Economics. Importance of communication skills in society.

Curriculum Vitae. Business letters. The functional aspects of communication skills. International (P) House limited. Sharma. Sangeeta Sharma and Binod Mishra. Report writing. English for technical Communication. Professional Communication. 2010 11.Prasad and Rajendra K. Word Formation-suffix. Kataria and sons. Tata Mc Graw Publishing company limited.MODULE – II (15 hours) TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION Technical writing skills. I.K. Aysha Viswamohan. PHI Learning private limited. Emails.Vocabulary enhancement-synonyms. S. affix. There will be internal evaluation for 1 credit. 2007 10. REFERENCES 9. P. Communication skills for Engineers and Scientists.Types of reports Note: No university examination for communication skills. 2008 . prefix.K. Kumkum Bhardwaj. 2008 12. Job Application.

Chezy’s formula. capillarity. Siphon. Laminar Flow: Navier Stoke’s Equation . compressibility. Minor losses in pipes. Orifice and mouth piece.Hagen poiseuille Equation. Buoyancy – Centre of buoyancy –Metacentre– Stability of floating bodies – Determination of metacentric height. Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids. Stream tube.pressure. Flow through open channels: Notches – Weirs. The dynamics of fluids is introduced through the control volume approach which gives an integrated under standing of the transport of mass.Laplace’s Differential equation in rectangular co-ordinates for two dimensional irrotational flow Module III (12 hours) Flow through pipes: Laminar and Turbulent flow – Reynold’s experiment. loss of head due to friction. Velocity Potential.AU010 303: Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machinery Teaching scheme 2 hours lecture and 2 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objectives The student is introduced to the mechanics of fluids through a thorough understanding of the properties of the fluids. Darcy – Weishbach Equation. acceleration. . Hydraulic Gradient and Total Energy Lines: Flow through long pipes – Pipes in series and parallel. The applications of the conservation laws to flow though pipes and hydraulics machines are studied Module I (12 hours) Properties of fluids. dynamic and kinematic viscosity. density. –various types of manometers and pressure gauges. Path line and Streak line. surface tension. Pascal’s law-fluid statics-measurement of pressure-manometry. circulation and vorticity. Types of flow – Streamline. velocity. momentum and energy. Power Transmission through pipes and flow through nozzles. Module II (12 hours) Kinematics of flow. Flow Net. force. Stream Function. specific weight. Continuity equation for one dimensional steady flow – Bernoulli’s equation for steady one dimensional incompressible flow – venturimeter – Orifice meter – Pitot tube.

stationary and moving vanes. 4. effect of acceleration and frictional resistance. 8.Rajput. Dhanpat Rai & Sons. S. Delhi. Minimum starting speed. Bansal R..K. Lobe pump. Screw pump ` Text Books Dr. Multistage pump. Standard book house Ramamritham.N. Reference Books 1.K. Head of pump.Module IV (12 hours) Impact of jet on vanes – flat. Gear pump. New Delhi. Jagadish Lal. NPSH. Indicator diagramwork done. Pumps in parallel and series. E. Hydraulics and Fluid Machines.Biswas .Modi . 2. Module V (12 hours) Centrifugal Pumps: Classifications-types of casing and impellers. Dr. Tata McGraw Hill publishing K Muralidhar & G. velocity triangle for Pelton wheel and Francis turbine– work done and efficiency–specific speed – draft tube – tail race – pen stock. S. Metropolitan Book Co Pvt Ltd 7. 5. Vane pump. A Text book of Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics Machines. Frank M White . McGraw Hill 7. S Chand & Company Ltd . Laxmi publications.M. selection of pumps. separation in suction and delivery pipes. curved. Air vessel. Losses and efficiency. water hammer. slip and coefficient of discharge. Fluid mechanics and Hydraulic machines. Narosa Dr.surge tank – governing – cavitation – selection of water turbines for power plants. 6. Positive displacement pumps – working principle. hydraulic turbines – classification. Fluid Mechanics. Irving H Shames . Seth . continuity equation and momentum equation. R. Advanced Engineering fluid mechanics. Textbook of Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines. Delhi Rathakrishnan. Mechanics of fluids. 3.Fluid Mechanics. Velocity triangle for pumps. P. Prentice Hall of India. types of reciprocating pumps. Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics .. Specific speed.

cohesive force. Module 1 (12 hours) Atomic structure:.Polymorphism and allotropy . space lattice. hydrogen bond.BCC. densities .Correlation of atomic radius to strength.slip system. opaque. grain size. melting temperature. correlation of slip system with slip in metals. density. chemical bonds. lustrous. grain orientation on dislocation/strength and creep resistance Hall .Crystal. Module 2 (12 hours) Classification of crystal imperfections: .Miller Indices:. heat treatment etc.Deeper energy well bond and shallow energy well bond. electron configurations (basic only) Primary bonds:.Burgers vector Correlation of dislocation density with strength and nano concept . directional and non-directional bonding. brittleness of BCC. work hardening. FCC. grain boundary irregularity . density. dendritic growth. atomic structure. crystal structure. grain size distribution.. To understand the causes of metal failure and deformation To determine properties of unknown materials and develop an awareness to apply this knowledge in material design. HCP structures .short and long range order . forest of dislocation. climb.ray diffraction .Effects of grain size. modulus of elasticity.crystal structure determination by X .Slip. non directional bonding – Specific properties of bonding:. under cooling. cross slip. role of surface defects on crack initiation .Significance of Frank and Read source in metals deformation . significance high and low angle grain boundaries on dislocation .AU010 304(ME): Metallurgy and Material Science (Common with PE 010 304(ME) and ME010 304) Teaching scheme 3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objectives To provide physical concepts of atomic radius. Crystallography:.types of dislocation.Covalent and Ionic bond: bond energy with strength. jog. kink.Modes of plastic deformation:.Determination of atomic packing factor of SC. Metallic bond: conductivity.– polishing and etching to determine the microstructure . FCC.Mechanism of crystallization: Homogeneous and heterogeneous nuclei formation. unit cell . source of dislocation. Schmid's law. twinning. of metals with mechanical behaviour. HCP and ductility of FCC .Effects of crystalline and amorphous structure on mechanical properties . coefficient of thermal expansion and attributes of modulus of elasticity in metal cutting process . ductility.Secondary bonds:classification. BCC. coordination number.Petch equation. grain shape. specific heat etc.

effect of grain size.Bauschiner effect and attributes in metal forming. multi-phase equilibrium diagrams . Jominy end quench test. spheroidizing .surface hardening methods:.TTT diagrams . . dispersion hardening .Molybdenum. . normalizing. ferrite.method . special features of martensite transformation.grain size reduction. displacement of the eutectoid point. ledeburite.hot working . properties. improvement in corrosion resistance. effect of stored energy. polymorphic transformation temperature. solid solutions.Tempering:.classification of alloys. applications – hardness and micro-hardness tests . bainite.Mo and W types. grey. applications . martempering and ausforming Hardenability.Coring .lever rule and Gibb`s phase rule .Equilibrium diagrams reactions:. Nitriding. induction.monotectic.Cold working: Detailed discussion on strain hardening. grain growth. Copper. Heat treatment:.single phase. eutectoid. peritectic. Silicon. properties and applications – Principal Non ferrous Alloys: . formation and stability of carbides. Magnesium. interlamellar spacing of pearlite to strength etc. applications of diffusion in mechanical engineering.annealing. hardening. spheroidite etc. peritectoid . reference shall be made to the phase diagrams whenever necessary. cementite.carburizing processes. effect of different alloying elements in HSS . Copper and Lead – High speed steels:. microstructure.Effects of alloying elements on: dislocation movement.critical cooling rate (CCT) . white. Module 4 (12 hours) Alloy steels:. laser and electron beam hardening processes. Nickel. Cobalt. Hume Rothery`s rule .Definition and necessity .Aluminum.Diffusion in solids. microstructure.. applications. Chromium steels etc. work hardening. study of composition. fick’s laws. Flame. Chromium. driving force for grain growth . recovery.Detailed discussion on Iron-Carbon equilibrium diagram with microstructure and properties changes in austenite. composition. eutectic. re-crystallization. Module 3 (12 hours) Phase diagrams: . precipitation strengthening and over ageing. Nickel. re-crystallization temperature. Solid solution hardening.Cast irons: Classifications. Titanium. retardation of the transformation rates.Types of Strengthening mechanisms:. mechanical properties – Nickel steels.austermpering. malleable and spheroidal graphite cast iron. mechanisms. Vanadium.Limitations of pure metals and need of alloying . Tungsten.Enhancement of steel properties by adding alloying elements:.

Creep:.Stress cycles – Primary and secondary stress raisers .Fatigue:. – Engineering Material Science.Factors affecting fatigue strength: stress concentration. 5. 2. 4.Manas Chanda .Super plasticity: applications. . 3. – Mechanical Metallurgy – McGraw Hill. Van Vlack – Elements of Material Science . – Material Science for Engineers – Chapman and Hall. 6.Anderson J.Reed Hill E.Vol I.I – ELBS. et.Callister William.Dieter George E.Characteristics of fatigue failure.threshold for creep . – Material Science and Engineering – John Wiley. sub-grain formation.Introduction to Physical Metallurgy – Tata McGraw Hill. stress raiser – Effect of plastic deformation on crack propagation – transgranular. intergranular fracture Effect of impact loading on ductile material and its application in forging etc..Material Science and Engineering .Richards C. 3.Raghavan V. S-N curve . – Engineering Metallurgy part .Ductile to brittle transition temperature (DBTT) in steels .Macmillan India. D. propagation – fatigue tests . thermal fatigue and its applications in metal cutting – Mechanism of fatigue failure – structural features of fatigue:. Reference Books 1. 5.deformation by slip.Creep curves – creep tests.stress concentration.Clark and Varney .Prentice Hall.Structural change:. 4.al.A.Higgins R.Science to Engineering Materials . 2. Text Books 1. change in surface properties. growth.Module 5 (12 hours) Fracture: – Brittle and ductile fracture .Addison Wesley. surface residual stress -Ways to improve fatigue life – effect of temperature on fatigue.W. size effect. Robert – Physical Metallurgy Principles – East West Press. surface roughness.C. .Griffith theory of brittle fracture .Physical metallurgy for Engineers – Van Nostrand. grain boundary sliding – Mechanism of creep deformation .Fracture toughness (definition only) . II and III .crack initiation.prevention against creep.

Binary Searching. sin(x). Selection Sorting. Various I/O functions. Switch statement. Call by Value Method. Scope of Variables. Preprocessor Directive. Pointer to a Pointer. break and continue instructions. Escape Sequences.AU010 305: Programming in C (Common with PE010 305 and ME010 305) Teaching scheme 3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objectives To impart advanced knowledge in programming in C language Module I (15 hours) Introduction to computer programming. Array of Structures. Module III (10 hours) Functions. Loops – for. Relational Operators. Macros. Module II (10 hours) Arrays. Structure and Union. Call by Reference Method. Conditional Operator. Matrix Operations (Addition. Self Referential Structure. Data types. Branching Instructions. while and do-while. Linear Linked List. Writing Macros for Simple Operations. Recursion. Array of Pointers. Multidimensional Arrays. Pointer to a Structure. Nested Loops. Transpose and Multiplication). Type Casting. Circular Linked List. Logical Operators. One Dimensional Arrays. Mathematical Operators. Pointer to an Array. Insertion and Deletion of Nodes from a Linked List. Evaluation of ex. Precedence of Operators. Constants and Variables. Sorting of Strings. Quick Sorting. Various String Handling Functions. Module IV (15 hours) Declaration of Pointers. Stack. Addition. Dynamic Memory Allocation. Double Linked List. Storage Classes. Reallocation of Memory. Writing Different String Handling Functions Using Simple Functions and Functions with Recursive Calls. cos(x) Numerical Integration using Trapezoidal and Simpson’s rules. Command Line Arguments . Passing One Dimensional and Multidimensional Arrays to a Function.

Programming with C Language. Transfer of Data in Blocks. Writing.Gottfried. XOR. Reading. Moving of File Pointer in a File. Bryon S. Programming in ANSI C. Deitel. NOT. How to Program C 3. OR. Balaguruswamy. 2.Module V (10 hours) Different types of Files. Reference Books 1. Appending and Rewriting of Text and Binary Files. Shift Left and Shift Right Operations Text Books 1. Usage of bitwise AND. Kamthane. Programming with ANSI and Turbo C .

shear and bearing loads-Axial and shear strains – Simple stresses and strains: Material behavior . Elastic constants .uniaxial tension test .Bars of varying cross section -Composite sectionsEquilibrium and compatibility conditions. Module I (15 hours) Introduction to analysis of deformable bodies:.stresses due to normal.AU010 306(CE) Strength of Materials & Structural Engineering (Common with ME010 306(CE). .relation between them .economic cross-sections.polar modulus. Pressure vessels: Thin and thick cylinders-Lame's equation-stresses in thick cylinders due to internal pressure – compound pipes.assumptions and limitations.flexural rigidity .stress-strain diagrams.economic sections beams of uniform strength. Shearing stress formula for beams .D loading(analytical method) Relation between load shear force and bending moment.moment area method for simple cases. PO010 306(CE) and PE010 306(CE)) Teaching Scheme:3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objectives To study internal effects produced and deformations of bodies caused by externally applied forces. Module IV (10 hours) Torsion: Torsion theory of elastic circular bars – solid and hollow shaft assumptions and limitations .Temperature stresses Module II (10 hours) Bending moment and shear force: Cantilever.flexure formula for beams . Module III (15 hours) Stresses in beams: Pure bending . simply supported and overhanging beams concentrated and U.Macaulays method .assumptions and limitations singularity functions .assumptions and limitations -section modulus .torsional rigidity . Deflection of beams: Moment-curvature relation . To understand the stresses and strains in different materials and analyse strength characteristic of structural members. Hooke's law for linearly elastic isotropic material.

Cengage Learning. Prentice Hall of India. Strength of Materials. Lakshmi Publications.Module V (10 hours) Combined stresses: Principal stresses and planes-Mohr's circle representation of stress in 2D problems.effect of end conditions . Gere.slenderness ratio . Theory of columns: Buckling theory -Euler's formula for long columns . Popov E. Inc. Introduction to Solid Mechanics.P.K. Strength of Materials.S. 6. Robert L. Timoshenko. Strength of Materials. Prentice Hall of India. Text Books 9. Shames IH . 5th Edn.$th Edn. Schaum’s Outlines. Engineering Mechanics of solids.M. Use of strain gage rosettes. 11. New Delhi. . Reference Books 4.Van Nostrand company. Nash.Rankine's formula for intermediate columns -Eccentric loading of columns . Bansal R. Mechanics of Materials..D.kern of a section (rectangular and circular section). 10. flexural and torsional loads. New Delhi. 12. TMH 5. Applied strength of materials.assumptions and limitations . James M . Prentice Hall of India.Newyork. Pitarresi. Part 1. Combined axial. James. Mott.A .P..W..

xi. arrays.Regularity in the class End Semester Examination (Maximum Marks-100) 70% .Procedure. editors. ii. Fibonacci numbers and Angstrom numbers Sine and Cosine series generation Implementation of Numerical Integration using Simpson’s and Trapezoidal rules Sorting of numbers. file directories. . tabulation. v. compilers and file managers etc.Viva voce . iii. vii. structures. pointers and files Counting characters. lines and words Checking leap year Finding sum of digits and reversing a number Generating Prime numbers. results. Internal Continuous Assessment (Maximum Marks-50) 50%-Laboratory practical and record 30%. vi. xii.Test/s 20%. x. To obtain exposure to computer programming languages for technical computation like MatLab Programming experiments in C to cover control structures functions. ix.AU010 307: Computer Lab (Common with PE010 408 and ME010 307) Objectives To provide experience in programming with C language To familiarize with operating systems. strings and records Matrix addition and multiplication Implementation of dynamic memory allocation Implementation of linked lists Problems related to files Problems related to command line arguments i. iv. and inference 30% . conducting experiment. viii.

Procedure. Internal Continuous Assessment (Maximum Marks-50) 50%-Laboratory practical and record 30%.Test/s 20%. and inference 30% . Determination of critical velocity in pipe flow. Determination of Darcy’s constant and Chezy’s constant for pipe flow. Determination of metacentric height and radius of gyration of floating bodies.AU010 308: Fluid Mechanics Lab (Common with AN010 308 . conducting experiment. Determination of minor losses in pipe flow. Experimental verification of Bernoulli’s theorem. tabulation. Study the various measuring instruments like gauges. PE010 308 and ME010 308) Teaching scheme 3 hours practical per week Objectives To provide exposure to the actual flow process and various instruments adopted for flow measurement . Study the use of different types of taps. Determination of Chezy’s constant and Manning’s number for open channel flow. orificemeter. Calibration of Plug –Sluices.Regularity in the class End Semester Examination (Maximum Marks-100) 70% . Calibration of discharge measuring equipments in closed conduits like venturimeter. valves. watermeters and current meters. watermeter etc. Credits: 2 Study and acquire a thorough knowledge of the various pipe fittings and plumbing tools. Determination of hydraulic coefficients of orifices and mouthpieces under constant head method and time of emptying method.Viva voce . results. pitot tube. Calibration of discharge measuring equipments in open channel flow like rectangular and triangular notches.

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McGraw Hill 23.EN010301A 2-2-0 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II (common to all branches except CS & IT) credits 4 MODULE 1 Vector differential calculus ( 12 hours) Scalar and vector fields – gradient-physical meaning.Numerical Methods. Babu Ram – Engg.S Sastry .identities .Introductory methods of Numerical Analysis -PHI 22. Mathematics . 18. Mathematics Vol I – I. T.Taneja Advanced Engg. Mathematics -Pearson.K.physical meaning-scalar potential conservative field.V.Numerical methods in science and Engg -National publishing co 21. Erwin Kreyszing – Advance Engg.simple problems MODULE 2 Vector integral calculus ( 12 hours) Line integral . Lagrange’s formula and Newton’s divided difference formula MODULE 3 Finite differences ( 12 hours) MODULE 4 Difference Calculus ( 12 hours) Numerical differentiation using Newtons forward and backward formula – Numerical integration – Newton’s – cotes formula – Trapezoidal rule – Simpsons 1/3rd and 3/8th rule – Difference equations – solution of difference equation MODULE 5 Z Transforms ( 12 hours) Definition of Z transforms – transform of polynomial function and trignometric functions – shifting property . convolution property . Stokes theorem and Gauss divergence theorem Finite difference operators ∆. 24.S.C. H. ∇ . Reference 17. Grewal – Higher Engg.Khanna Publishers 19.Higher Engg. B.International .inverse transformation – solution of 1st and 2nd order difference equations with constant coifficients using Z transforms.interpolation using Newtons forward and backward formula – problems using Stirlings formula.work done by a force along a path-surface and volume integral-application of Greens theorem. Mathematics – McGraw Hill 20. B.directional derivative-divergence an curl .Veerarajan and T. . Ramana . and . K Venkataraman. S. Mathematics – Wiley Eastern Ltd.Ramachandran.

impact and incidence. Credits: 4(3+1) Economics Module I (7 hours) Reserve Bank of India-functions-credit control-quantitative and qualitative techniques Commercial banks-functions.Role of Small Industries Development Bank of India and National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development The stock market-functions-problems faced by the stock market in India-mutual funds Module II (6 hours) Multinational corporations in India-impact of MNC’s in the Indian economy.EN010 302 Economics and Communication Skills (Common to all branches) Teaching scheme 2hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Objectives To impart a sound knowledge of the fundamentals of Economics. NNP. Privatisation-reasons-disinvestment of public sector undertakings. Globalisationnecessity-consequences. The information technology industry in India-future prospects Module III (6 hours) Direct and indirect taxes.merits of direct and indirect taxesprogressive and regressive taxes-canons of taxation-functions of tax system.tax evasionreasons for tax evasion in India-consequences-steps to control tax evasion Deficit financing-role-problems associated with deficit financing Module IV (5 hours) National income-concepts-GNP. PI and DPI-methods of estimating national income-difficulties in estimating national income Inflation-demand pull and cost push-effects of inflation-government measures to control inflation . NI.

Dewett. S. Prentice Hall of India 4. Oxford University Press 3. Soft skills .K. Presentation Techniques. 2. Communication Flow-Upward. Tata McGraw Hill Communication Skills Objectives To improve Language Proficiency of the Engineering students To enable them to express themselves fluently and appropriately in social and professional contexts To equip them with the components of different forms of writing MODULE – 1 (15 hours) INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION Communication nature and process. Ruddar Datt. Economics.Ray. Terence Byres. Tata McGraw Hill 2. Paul Samuelson. Interview skills. K. Downward and Horizontal. Group Discussion. The Indian economy. Reading comprehension. Importance of communication skills in society. Campbell McConnel. References 1. Indian Economy.Chand and Company Ltd.Verbal and Non verbal. Listening skills.Module V (6 hours) International trade-case for free trade-case for protectionism Balance of payments-causes of disequilibrium in India’s BOP-General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade-effect of TRIPS and TRIMS in the Indian economy-impact of WTO decisions on Indian industry Text Books 1.K.Chand and Company Ltd. Economics. Modern Economic Theory. S. Types of communication . The Indian Economy. S.

Types of reports Note: No university examination for communication skills. Kataria and sons. Business letters. Communication skills for Engineers and Scientists. International (P) House limited.Vocabulary enhancement-synonyms.K. REFERENCES 13. affix. 2010 15. Word Formation-suffix. Tata Mc Graw Publishing company limited.K. Aysha Viswamohan. I. P. Report writing. English for technical Communication. Emails. prefix. Kumkum Bhardwaj. Curriculum Vitae. Professional Communication.MODULE – II (15 hours) TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION Technical writing skills. There will be internal evaluation for 1 credit. The functional aspects of communication skills. S. 2007 14. 2008 . PHI Learning private limited.Prasad and Rajendra K. Sangeeta Sharma and Binod Mishra. 2008 16. Sharma. Job Application.

Orifice meter. Total pressure and centre of pressure on a submerged lamina. trapezoidal notches. Euler’s equation. Path line and Streak line. Pitot tube. pressure on a submerged curved surface – pressure on lock gates. Stream tube – continuity equation for one dimensional flow. broad crested weir. Velocity potential function. Viscosity – Classification of fluids – Ideal and real fluids. Applications of Bernoulli’s equation – Venturi meter. Gauge and Vacuum pressure. Module 3(12hours) Forces influencing motion – Energy of fluids. Absolute. Measurement of pressure – Piezometer. Orifices and Mouth Pieces – Different types of orifices.Hydraulic Coefficients-External and internal mouthpiece. Newtonian and non – Newtonian fluids. Stream function. triangular.flow through large rectangular orifice. Credits: 4 Module 1(12hours) Properties of fluids: Definition and Units.CE010 303 FLUID MECHANICS Teaching scheme: 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Objective This course gives an introduction to the fundamentals of fluid flow and its behavior so as to equip the students to learn related subjects and its application in the day to day life in a very effective manner. statement and derivation of Bernoulli’s equation and assumptions made. pressure on gravity dams. Specific weight. Laplace’s Differential equation in rectangular co-ordinates for two dimensional irrotational flow. Cippoletti weir. . Flow Net – Orthogonality of stream lines and equipotential lines.flow over a sharp edged orifice. submerged weir. Fluid pressure – Atmospheric. Circulation and Vorticity. Notches and weirs – Rectangular.flow through submerged orifice. mechanical gauges. Module 2(12hours) Buoyancy – Centre of buoyancy – Metacentre – Stability of floating and submerged bodies – Determination of metacentric height – Analytical & experimental methods.Mass density. manometer. Kinematics of fluids : Methods of describing fluid motion:Legrangian& Eulerian methods-Types of flow – Streamline.

Education Private Limited NewDelhi 9. Darcy – Weisbach equation. Other energy losses in pipes. 4.S K. 8.A Text book of Fluid mechanics and Hydraulic machines. Kataria& Sons. loss of head due to friction. Jagdishlal. Streeter V. Dimensional Analysis-Rayleigh’s method. K Subramanya. Standard Book House Delhi.D S Kumar. Mach numbers. Nem Chand & Bross.”Fluid mechanics” 4/e Pearson Education. Roorkee. Metropolitan Book Co.. P. Drag and lift for immersed bodies Module 5(12hours) Dimensional Analysis and Model studies: Units and dimensions of physical quantities. Modi & Dr.K Bansal. R. Publications 7. L. R.NewDelhi 6. Transmission of power through pipes –nozzle diameter for maximum power transmission. J. Fluid Mechanics. N. Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics. S. G. Turbulent flow through pipes:Establishment of flow in pipes-hydro-dynamically smooth and rough boundary. Dimensional Homogeneity of formulae and its application to common fluid flow problems. Fluid Mechanics&Hydraulic Machines. Delhi. Douglas. Mirajoaker. Laxmi Scale effects in models. Mc Graw Hill. 2. Seth. S Ramamrutham”Hydraulics Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines”. Geometric. Dr. Tata Mc Graw Hill. Engineering Fluid Mechanics. Scale ratios of various physical quantities for Froude’s and Reynold’s model laws – problems. Hydraulic Gradient and Total Energy Lines: Flow through long pipes – Pipes in series and parallel.. Spillway models and Ship . Derivations of dimensionless parameters. Dynamic similarity. Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulics. Dr. References 1. Siphon. Hydraulic Similitude. M. Garde and A. Kinematic.. Buckingham’s method. Laminar Flow in circular pipes: Hagen poiseuille equation. Types of models-Undistorted and Distorted models. Dr. Webber. 5. Velocity distribution for turbulent flow in pipes.Module 4(12hours) Flow through pipes: Two types of flow-Laminar and Turbulent flow – Reynold’s experiment. Reynold’s. “Fluid Mechanics and Fluid power Engineering”. Hydraulic Models: Need. Froude’s. 3. models. International Students Edition. Dhanpat Rai Publishing Company.

Deformation due to self weight – Bars of uniform strength . Module 2(10hours) Bending moment and shear force: Types of supports.limitations .Composite sections Beams of uniform strength. Module 4(14hours) Stresses due to torsion: Torsion of solid and hollow circular shafts.stresses due to axial thrust.CE010 304: MECHANICS OF SOLIDS I Teaching scheme: 3 hour lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Objective Credits: 4 • To understand the strength characteristics of various structural members subjected to axial.power transmitted . Shear stresses in beams: shear stress distribution in cross-sections symmetrical about Y-Y axis. shearing and torsional loads Module 1(12hours) Simple stresses and strains: Elastic constants – relation between them – Bars of varying cross section .modulus of section – bending stress & strain distribution for cross-sections symmetrical about Y-Y axis . .slenderness ratio. bending.shear flow (basic concepts only) Springs: Close coiled and open coiled Module 5(12hours) Columns and struts: Short and long columns-Elastic instability-Euler’s formula for long columns with various end conditions – effective length . Compound stresses: Two dimensional problems-normal & tangential stresses on an inclined plane principal stresses and planes-maximum shear stresses & planes – Analytical &Mohr’s circle methods.Rankine’s formula Combined bending and direct stresses in short columns Pressure vessels: Thin and thick cylindersLame’s equation (derivation not required)-stresses in thick cylinders due to internal pressure.Temperature stresses – Composite members – equilibrium & compatibility conditions. Module 3(12hours) Stresses in beams: Theory of simple bending. beams &loads . shear force and bending moment.Shear force and Bending moment diagrams for various types of statically determinate beams with various load combinations – relation between load.built up sections . bending and torsion. Shear centre.

Lakshmi Publications. D.Singh. Vol.Oxford University Press.References 1. New Delhi. Bhavikatti S. Mechanics of Solids. Strength of Materials.. Sadhu Singh. New Delhi. . Wiley India Pvt. 12. Vikas Publishing House (P) Ltd. New Delhi. Prentice Hall of India.M. Vol.P. 8.S.Analysis of Structures Strength and Behaviour. Strength of Materials. Popov E. Strength of Materials.. Kazimi S. ELBS. New Delhi.Chennai. I.P.S . Part-1. Longman’ s Green& Company.C.. Inc. 5. Solid Mechanics. Punmia B.Thandavamoorthy. M. Van Nostrand company.S.. Vazirani V. 10.K. Strength of Materials and Mechanics of structures. Strength of Materials.. Arthur Morley. 3.S. 9. . 7. Tata Mc Graw Hill. University Press (India) Ltd. Khanna Publishers 6. Khanna Publishers. Prentice Hall of India. Newyork.N. 4. 13. Engineering Mechanics of solids. Nag&Chanda. Strength of Materials. D. Fundamentals of Strength of Materials. Prakash Rao. 11. 2. T.1. Ratwani N.A. Strength of Materials. Ltd. Timoshenko.1. Bansal R. New Delhi. Analysis of Structures. Vol. Lakshmi Publications.

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working of the instruments. Contouring – characteristics and uses of contours – Locating contours. check and profile leveling .General principles Stadia method – distance and elevation formulae for staff held vertical – Instruments constants – analytic lens – tangential method – use of subtense bar.errors Module 2 (12hours) Levelling: levels and staves – spirit levelling – bench marks – temporary and permanent adjustments – booking . Module 3 (13hours) Theodolite Surveying: Transit theodolite – vernier. plotting of the area from the field measurements.methods of reduction of levels – arithmetic checks-differential. resection and traversing – two and three point problems and their solutions – advantages and disadvantages . fly. principles behind them. Tacheometric surveying: .reciprocal levelling – errors in leveling – sensitiveness of bubble tube. intersection. Vertical angle measurements.plotting.Different methods – radiation. .plotting – closing error adjustment of closing error by graphical and analytical methods – Bowditch’s rule-conditions of closure – closing error and distribution – Gales traverse table.omitted measurements – errors in compass surveying Plane table surveying – Accessories .CE010 305 SURVEYING – I Teaching Scheme 3 hour lecture and 1hour tutorial per week Credits : 4 Objective To ensure that the student develops knowledge of the basic and conventional surveying instruments. micrometer and micro-optic theodolites – description and uses – fundamental lines of a transit theodolite – temporary and permanent adjustments – horizontal angle – reiteration and repetition methods– booking. Module 1 (12hours) Compass surveying – Prismatic compass – surveyor’s compass – bearings – systems and conversions – local attraction – Magnetic declination – dip – traversing –latitude and departure .cross sectioning – curvature and refraction – difficulties in leveling . Traversing: Methods of traversing – loose needle and fast needle methods . determination of the area and the theory behind curves.

Basak – Surveying.Roy.K.S. S. Surveying and leveling Vol. Venkatramaiah. K.N. S. S. Volume from contours. Surveying.Publications. Alak De. 6. Volume – trapezoidal and prismoidal rule. Prentice Hall of India.K. I & II. New Delhi. Hussain & M. Surveying Vol. Fundamental of Surveying. Punmia.V. New Delhi. T. 8.meridian distance method – double meridian distance method – co-ordinate method – trapezoidal and Simpson’s method – area by planimeter. B. Module 5 (13hours) Curves: Elements of a simple curve – setting out simple curve by chain and tape methods – Rankine’s method – two theodolite method – compound and reverse curve (parallel tangents only) – transition curves – different kinds – functions and requirements – setting out the combined curve by theodolite – elements of vertical curve. I. Plane Surveying.Chand &Co.P.Capacity of reservoirs – Mass haul curve. Dr. Nagaraj. Laxmi Publications (P) LTD. S. Standard Book House New Delhi. Pune. 2006. 3. R. Arora. . 5. Text Book of Surveying.K. S. 2. Dr. 4.Module 4 (10hours) Areas and volumes Areas – by latitude and departure . . C. Duggal – Surveying Vol I & II Tata Mc Graw Hill Ltd. Universities Press (India) LTD. B. References 1.Chand & Company Limited. C. Surveying Vol. I&II A. Hyderabad.G. 9. Kanetkar & Kulkarni. 7.

Module 1 ( 10Hrs) Introduction: Various branches of geology . form. benioff zone and transform faults-significance of plate tectonic concept.Olivine. Physical Geology: Geomorphic processes-Rock weathering-Formation of soils.Auguite. 11. transperancy. 13.CE010 306 ENGINEERING GEOLOGY Teaching scheme: 3 hour lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Objectives To make the students familiar with physical and structural geology as well as the basics of mineralogy and petrology which help them to plan accordingly for the construction of Civil engineering structures. converging and transform boundaries-their characteristic features-midoceanic ridge. cleavage. 5. engineering properties and uses of following rocks: Credits: 4 . 6. Plate tectonics: Lithospheric plates-diverging.Kyanite. core-lithosphere-asthenosphere-major discontinuitiesMoho. Module 3( 14Hrs) Mineralogy: Definition and classification-important physical properties of minerals-colour.Calcite.Quartz. Serpentine. Study of the diagnostic physical properties and chemical composition of the following rock forming minerals: 1. specific gravity and magnetism. Biotite. 9. 7. Petrology: Definition and classification-important structures and textures of igneous sedimentary and metamorphic rocks-diagnostic texture.Feldspar. fracture. Guttenberg. 4. Module 2( 10Hrs) Dynamic Geology: Interior constitution of the earth-Various methods to study the interior-crust. mineralogy.Relevance of Geology in Engineering. Kaolin. streak. mantle. Earthquake: Elastic rebound theory-types of seismic waves-cause of earthquake intensity and magnitude of earthquake-Locating epicentre and hypocenter-effect of earthquake-distribution of earthquake-earthquake resistant structures.Garnet.Tourmaline. 8. hardness. 14. 12.Muscovite.Fluorite. Geologic time scale. 15. 10. Lehmanncomposition of different layers-sima & sial. soil profiles-soils of India – Geologic work and engineering significance of rivers and oceans.Hypersthene. Hornblende. 2. lusture. 3.

5.W. David Keith Todd. New York. New Delhi. Recommended field work: Field trip to quarries or geologically significant places to learn . Arthur Holmes. 3. 7. Gabbro. Bombay. Mylonite. 5.Pegmatite. Laterite. Module 4( 14Hrs) Structural Geology: Definition-outcrop-stratification-dip and strike. Marble. Khondalite. Hydrogeology: Groundwater table-abundance and advantages-aquifer-acquicludeacquifuge-artesian conditions and artesian wells-cone of depression– perched water table. Slate.Metamorphic rocks: 1. 7. Thomas Nelson.Read. Special Indian rock types: 1. causes of land slides and their corrections-Geological considerations in the selection of sites for reservoirs and dams. Granite. Limestone. Joints-definitionclassification. Tata McGraw hill. Unconformites-definition-classification recognition in the field. dams. Geological considerations in Tunnel constructions and mountain roads-rocks as building materials.Dolerite. Sedimentary rocks: 1. 2. Effects of all the above described structures in the major engineering projects like reservoirs. Pseudotachyllite. shale. Charnockite. Quartzite. Conglomerate. tunnels and other important structures. HH.P. Peridotite. 2. Breccia.in site character of rocks in quarries/outcrops-measuring strike and dip of a formation-tracing of outcrops. Schist. Rutleys elements of mineralogy.Basalt 8. 7. 3. M. London. John Wiley & sons. 2. 6. Diorite. G. 4. 4. Folds-definition.Billings. 4. New Delhi. Physical geology. .Tyrell.parts of foldclassification-recognition of folds in the field. Publications. Syenite. Parbin Singh. George Allen & Unwin Ltd. 6. Engineering geology & geotechniques.parts of a fault-classificationrecognition in the field-effects of faulting and subsequent erosion on outcrops. 6. Strucutural geology. Gneiss. Principles of petrology. Krynine&Judd.Igneous rocks: 1. 2. 5. 3.Faults-definition. Module 5(12 Hrs) Engineering Geology: Mass movement of earth materials-Landslides-definition. Engineering & general geology. K. Groundwater hydrology. Aisa publishing house. New Delhi. B.I. References 1. 3. Sandstone. 5. 3.Katria & sons. 2. 4. classification.

Vol. Aluminum wires and brass wires) 5. New Delhi. Prentice Hall of India. Prakash Rao. 2. Lakshmi Publications. University Press (India) Ltd. T. . Strength of Materials.S . Torsion Pendulum (M. Strength of Materials. 3. S.. Note All tests should be done as per relevant BIS. Strength of Materials. Bhavikatti S. Fatigue Test 9.P. New Deihi. D.. wires. Hardness Test (Brinell. Inc. Maxwell's Law of reciprocal deflection and Determination of Youngs modulus’E ‘for steel. Shear Test on M. torsteel and High Tensile steel. 6. Bending Test on Wooden Beams using U.S. References 1. Tension test using U. on M. Road 7. Vicker’s and Rebound) 11.C. Strut Test.I Teaching scheme Credits: 2 3 hours practical per week Objective: To study properties of various materials List of Experiments 1.S. Timoshenko.1. Lakshmi New Delhi.CE010 307 MATERIAL TESTING LABORATORY . Verification of Clerk. Strength of Materials. M. T. M. Publications. Punmia B. D.S. Strength of Materials and Mechanics of structures. Torsion Test on M.Van Nostrand company. 4. 5. Impact Test (Izod and Charpy) 10. Vol. 4. Popov E.P. I. Bansal R. Part-1. Vikas Publishing House (P) Ltd. Rod.K. Rod. S. 6. Tests on springs (open and close coiled) 2.S. 8.Newyork. Engineering Mechanics of solids. 3.

4. Level and theodolite. 8. Compass Survey. sextent 9. Compass.Fly leveling. Surveying Vol I. Pune.Solving Two Point Problem Plane table Survey -Solving Three Point Problem Leveling -Fly leveling. K. I&II A. I & II. 7. Duggal. I. Mc Graw Hill. Surveying Vol.Punmia.G. 6.CE010 308 SURVEYING PRACTICAL– I Teaching Scheme :2 3 hours practical per weak Objective: To impart training in surveying using Chain. Dr.V. pantagraph. Cylon Ghat Tracer. T. Theodolite : study of instrument. 4. Dr. . Quick setting level.K.plane of collimation method Leveling.R. temporary adjustments.Kanetkar & Kulkarni. measurement of horizontal and vertical angles. New Delhi. S. 2. Plane table .C. Surveying and leveling Vol. clinometer. Laxmi Publications (P) LTD. 11. hand levels. Theodolite surveying .Publications. Plane table Survey.Traversing with compass and plotting 2.Arora. Surveying Vol. 3.P. Heights and distances by solution of triangles References 1. 10.B.rise and fall method Leveling -Longitudinal and cross sectioning Leveling -Contour surveying Study of Minor instruments: Planimeter. 3. List of Exercises Credits 1.horizontal angle by repetition & reiteration methods. 5. Standard Book House New Delhi.

Computer Science Engineering .

EN010301 B 2-2-0 MODULE 1 Mathematical logic Engineering Mathematics II (CS.Euclidean algorithm .complemented Lattice – distributive lattice – homomorphism . T. Theory of inference for statements – Predicate calculus – quantifiers – valid formulas and equivalences – free and bound variables – inference theory of predicate calculus MODULE 2 Number theory and functions (12 hours) Fundamental concepts – Divisibility – Prime numbers. 2. 3.Mc Graw Hill H. regular graph.d . Definition of complete graph . Veerarajan .Mc Graw Hill .Euler’s theorem .relatively prime numbers – fundamental theorem of arithmetic – g.Satyanarayana and K. D.Lipschutz. V.properties of gcd (no proof) – l c m – Modular Arithmetic – congruence – properties – congruence class modulo n – Fermat’s theorem – Euler’s Totient functions . Prasad – Discrete mathematics & graph theory – PHI Kenneth H Rosen .Basic theorems (no proof) . Mittal .S.c.Discrete logarithm Function – types of functions – composite functions – inverse of a function – pigeon hole principles MODULE 3 Relations (10 hours) Relations – binary relation – types of relations – equivalence relation –partition –equivalence classes – partial ordering relation – Hasse diagram . S. Goyal – Text book of Discrete Mathematics . M.Discrete mathematics & its Application .length of tree – spanning three – sub tree – Minimal spanning tree (Basic ideas only .. IT) (12 hours) credits 4 Basic concept of statement .poset MODULE 4 Lattice (14 hours) Lattice as a poset – some properties of lattice (no proof) – Algebraic system – general properties – lattice as algebraic system – sublattices – complete lattice – Bounded Lattice . formulas and implications).K. weighted graph – subgraph – Isomorphic graph –path – cycles – connected graph.direct product MODULE 5 Graph Theory (12 hours) Basic concept of graph – simple graph – multigraph – directed graph.Discrete mathematics with graph theory and combinatorics .K. Proof not excepted for theorems) References 1. Bipartite graph. Tautology and logical equivalence – Laws of algebra of propositions – equivalence formulas – Tautological implications (proof not expected for the above laws .I. International Publication 5. logical connectives. 4.Goyal.L.Lipson – Discrete mathematics –Schaum’s outlines – Mc Graw Hill B.K.Basic concept of Eulergraph and Hamiltonian circuit – trees – properties of tree (no proof) .

EN010 302 Economics and Communication Skills (Common to all branches) Teaching scheme 2hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Objectives To impart a sound knowledge of the fundamentals of Economics.Role of Small Industries Development Bank of India and National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development The stock market-functions-problems faced by the stock market in India-mutual funds Module II (6 hours) Multinational corporations in India-impact of MNC’s in the Indian economy Globalisationnecessity-consequences Privatisation-reasons-disinvestment of public sector undertakings The information technology industry in India-future prospects Module III (6 hours) Direct and indirect taxes. PI and DPI-methods of estimating national income-difficulties in estimating national income Inflation-demand pull and cost push-effects of inflation-government measures to control inflation Module V (6 hours) .tax evasionreasons for tax evasion in India-consequences-steps to control tax evasion Deficit financingrole-problems associated with deficit financing Module IV (5 hours) National income-concepts-GNP. NI. NNP.impact and incidence.merits of direct and indirect taxesprogressive and regressive taxes-canons of taxation-functions of tax system. Credits: 4(3+1) Economics Module I (7 hours) Reserve Bank of India-functions-credit control-quantitative and qualitative techniques Commercial banks-functions.

International trade-case for free trade-case for protectionism Balance of payments-causes of disequilibrium in India’s BOP-General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade-effect of TRIPS and TRIMS in the Indian economy-impact of WTO decisions on Indian industry Text Books 1. Ruddar Datt, Indian Economy, S.Chand and Company Ltd. 2. K.K.Dewett, Modern Economic Theory, S.Chand and Company Ltd. References 1. Paul Samuelson, Economics, Tata McGraw Hill 2. Terence Byres, The Indian Economy, Oxford University Press 3. S.K.Ray, The Indian economy, Prentice Hall of India 4. Campbell McConnel, Economics, Tata McGraw Hill

Communication Skills

Objectives To improve Language Proficiency of the Engineering students To enable them to express themselves fluently and appropriately in social and professional contexts To equip them with the components of different forms of writing

MODULE – 1 (15 hours) INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION Communication nature and process, Types of communication - Verbal and Non verbal, Communication Flow-Upward, Downward and Horizontal, Importance of communication skills in society, Listening skills, Reading comprehension, Presentation Techniques, Group Discussion, Interview skills, Soft skills

MODULE – II (15 hours) TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION Technical writing skills- Vocabulary enhancement-synonyms, Word Formation-suffix, affix, prefix, Business letters, Emails, Job Application, Curriculum Vitae, Report writing- Types of reports Note: No university examination for communication skills. There will be internal evaluation for 1 credit. REFERENCES 17. The functional aspects of communication skills, P.Prasad and Rajendra K. Sharma, S.K. Kataria and sons, 2007 18. Communication skills for Engineers and Scientists, Sangeeta Sharma and Binod Mishra, PHI Learning private limited, 2010 19. Professional Communication, Kumkum Bhardwaj, I.K. International (P) House limited, 2008 20. English for technical Communication, Aysha Viswamohan, Tata Mc Graw Publishing company limited, 2008

**CS010 303: Problem Solving and Computer Programming
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(Common with IT010 306)

Teaching scheme 2 hours lecture and 2 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4

Objectives To impart the basic concepts of problem solving using a computer. To learn about the structure of C programming language. Module I ( 10 hours) Problem solving: Steps in Computer programming – Features of a good program – Problem solving using Algorithms and Flowcharts. C fundamentals: Character set, Constants, Identifiers, keywords, basic data types, Variables, Operators, Expressions, Statements, Input and Output statements – Structure of a C program – simple programs. Module II ( 13 hours) Control statements: if, if-else, nested if – switch – while – do-while – for – break & continue – nested loops. Single dimensional arrays – defining an array, array initialisation, accessing array elements – Programs for sequential search, bubble sort, binary search. Multidimensional arrays – defining a two dimensional array, array initialisation, accessing elements – Programs for matrix processing. Module III ( 12 hours) Strings: declaring a string variable, reading and displaying strings, string related library functions – Programs for string matching and sorting. Functions: Function definition, function call, function prototype, parameter passing, void function – Recursion – Passing array to function. Macros: Defining and calling macros – Difference between macro & function.

Module IV ( 13 hours) Structures: defining a structure variable, accessing members, array of structures, passing structure to function. Unions: difference with structure, defining union variable, accessing members. Pointers: declaration, operations on pointers, passing pointer to a function, accessing array elements using pointers, processing strings using pointers, pointer to pointer, array of pointers, pointer to array, pointer to function, pointer to structure, self referential structure. Module V ( 12 hours) Files: Different types of files in C – Opening & Closing a file – Writing to and Reading from a file – Processing files – Library functions related to file – fseek(), ftell(), ungetc(), fread(), fwrite() – Dynamic memory allocation. Storage Class associated with variables: automatic, static, external and register. Additional features: Enumerated data type, bitwise operators, typedef. References

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Programming with C - Byron S. Gottfried, Tata McGraw Hill.

2. Computer Programming in C - Kerninghan & Ritchie, PHI . 3. Programming in C - Stephen C. Kochan, CBS publishers. 4. Programming in C (5e) – E. Balaguruswamy , Mc Graw Hill 5. Let us C – Yashwant Kanetkar, BPB. 6. A Book on C – Al Kelley and Ira Pohl, Addison-Wesley 7. Mastering Turbo C - Stan Kelly Bootle, BPB Publications. 8. Programming and Problem Solving with PASCAL - Micheal Schneider, Wiley Eastern Ltd. ( Module 1) 9. Pointers in C - Yashwant Kanetkar, BPB 10. The Spirit of C- by Munish cooper, Jaico Books.

Main memory-SRAM. Direct. arithmetic logical unit Module III (14 hours) Control Logic Design – Control Organization – Hardware control.Data organisation on disk-Disk performance –Disk caching. DRAM.Arithmetic: Signed addition and subtraction –BCD adder –Multiplication – Array multiplier – Booth’s Algorithm. Module V (12 hours) Virtual Memory:-Overlay-Need for virtual memory-Address translation-Translation Look Aside Buffer-Relocation techniques-static. . ROM –Associative memory. Decimal arithmeticaddition subtraction. multiplication. Horizontal and vertical micro instructions. Module IV (12 hours) Memory: . software and processor design. Module I (10 hours) CPU . Associative. Module II (12 hours) Floating-point arithmetic.CS010 304: Computer Organization Teaching scheme 3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objectives To develop a good understanding of a complete computer system through an integrated approach to hardware. Microprogram control (design for specific problems)– Microprogram sequencer. Page frame data table-Segmented memory-Paged segments. ALU . Disk memory . To emphasise on both background theory and actual design. and Set Associative-Main memory update policies. Scratchpad memory-Cache memory –Levels of CacheMapping techniques.design of arithmetic.addition. division. multiplication.Memory hierarchy –Principle of inclusion-memory interleaving techniques. Division – Restoring and non-restoring division. subtraction. division. logical. dynamic-Paged memory-Page table.

M.Morris Mano – Digital Logic and Computer Design . Behrooz parhami-Computer Architecture-Oxford University Press . Carl Hamacher.Carl Hamacher. Safwat –Computer Organization-McGrawHillFifth Edition 4.Morris Mano.Patterson. M.PHI -2004 3.John L.Safwat G. vranesic.Zvonko G.Zaky-Computer OrganizationMcGrawHill-Fourth Edition 6. V. Zvonko Vranesic. David A.Reference Books 1.Third Edition-2006 2.Computer System Architecture.PHI.Hennessy-Computer Organization and Design-MKArm Edition 5.

D.BCD. thereby enabling the student to obtain the platform for studying Computer Architecture and Design. State State Reduction and State Assignment.Simplification of Switching Functions. Comparators.Decimal.Karnaugh Map and Quine Mc-Clusky Methods. EBCDIC. Conversion between various Codes.Adders. JK. Switching Theory:. Parallel Adder. De’ Morgan’s Theorem. Asynchronous Inputs. Carry Lookahead Adder.Carry Propagate Adder.CS010 305 SWITCHING THEORY AND LOGIC DESIGN (Common with IT010 304) Teaching scheme 3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objectives:To introduce the principles of Logic Systems and Circuits. Octal and Hexadecimal Number systems. Gray Code.Latches and Flip Flops.Review of Basic Gates. Multiplexer and Demultiplexer. Binary. Subtractors. Codes.Boolean Algebra. Carry Save Adder.Canonical Forms. Excess-3 Code. PLA and PAL. Serial Adder. Parity Generators. Clocked Sequential Circuits:Equations. Module 3(12 Hrs) Sequential Logic Circuits:. Decoder and Encoder.Universal Gates. Switching Functions. ASCII. Design of Clocked Sequential Circuits using . Module 2: (12 Hrs) Combinational Logic Circuits:. T and MS Flip Flops.Postulates and Theorems. Module 1: (14 Hrs) Number Systems and Codes:.SR. State Tables State Equations and State Diagrams.

Prentice Hall of India 3. Universal Bookstall 4.Binary.Helbert abd Schilling. Malvino A. Digital Fundamentals .N. Tata McGrwHill 2. Morris Mano Digital Logic and Computer Design .Module 4: (10 Hrs) Counters and Shift Registers:.Biswas N.P. Fault Detection methods-Boolean Difference and Path Sensitizing MethodsDigital ICs.Ring Counter and Johnson Counter.Tata McGraw Hill 6.Digital Logic Families. BCD.Leach D. Floyd T.Fault Table. TTL. & Saha – Digital Principles and Applications. Types of Shift Registers.Introduction to RTL. Logic System Theory Prentice Hall of Inia 5.ECL.Fault Tolerance in Combinational Circuits.Tau b . Zvi Kohavi Switching and Finite Automat theory. Shift Registers. Module 5(12 Hrs) Fault Tolerance and Diagnosis : Concepts of Fault and Hazards.L. Counters using Shift Registers. MOS and CMOS Logics.Characteristics. Digital Integrated Electronics TMH .Design of Synchronous and Asynchronous Counters:. Decade and Up/Down Counters . Reference Books 1.

C. OP-Amp characteristics. Simplified model. current and voltage characteristics. General form of oscillator circuit. Concepts of load line. Working of Hartley. transistor series and shunt voltage regulator. Voltage follower. Instrumentation amplifier.L. Q point selection. Wein bridge oscillator using OP-Amp. types of feedback. Non inverting amplifier. single stage BJT amplifiers Module III (12hours) Integrated Circuits: Operational Amplifier. Small signal operation and model. Difference Amplifier. Colpitt’s and crystal oscillators . Need for biasing. Summation amplifier Module IV (12hours) Feedback: Concept of feedback. transconductance. voltage regulator ICs. LC and filters (working only). Biasing in BJT amplifier circuits. Bias stability. RC phase shift oscillators.Zener voltage regulator. BJT as a switch. 78XX and 79XX series Module II (12hours) Transistor Amplifiers: Bipolar transistor models and characteristics.CS010 306(EC): Electronics Devices and Circuits Teaching scheme 3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objectives To impart the basic concepts of discrete integrated electronics To develop understanding about the working and operation of various circuits using discrete and integrated components. BJT circuits at DC. Effect of feedback on amplifier performance. Stability of feedback circuits Oscillators: Condition for oscillators. full wave and bridge rectifiers. Module I (12hours) Power supplies: Half wave. positive and negative feedback. Ideal OP-Amp approximation and characteristics. Inverting amplifier.

Working of astable. Integrated Electronics – Milman . mono-stable and bi-stable multivibraors using OP-Amp. Halkias – TMH Microelectronic circuits – Sedra . clipping and clamping circuits.Module V (12hours) RC circuits: Response of high pass and low pass RC circuits to sine. Smith – Oxford university press Fundamentals of microelectronics – B Razavi . 4. 555 timer and its application. 3. digital and switching waveforms – Milman. pulse and square inputs. Working of Schmitt trigger. Reference Books 1. 2.Wiley Design with Op-Amp and analog integrated circuits – S Franco – TMH Pulse. step. 5. Taub .TMH . RC integrator and differentiator.

functions. . pointers and files. Fibonacci series.CS010 307(P): Programming Lab Teaching scheme 3 hours practical per week Credits: 2 Objectives To acquaint the students with the fundamentals of programming. 2. Familiarisation with computer system compliers. palindrome. sort a set of names. Programes to find factorial. arrays. Programming experiments in C to cover input output statements. Structures. matrix operations. To provide the students with good knowledge in C programming and develop problem solving skills. Familiarisation with office packages 3. string. control statements. search etc. 4. 1. editors and operating systems etc. Any experiment according to the syllabus of CS010 303 can be substituted.

n bit Ripple Carry Adder. JK. 1. UP/DOWN Counters 5.CS010 308 LOGIC DESIGN LAB Teaching scheme 3 hours Practical per week Credits: 2 Objectives:To provide an introduction to Logic Systems Design thereby giving a hands on experience on working with digital ICS . D. Familiarization of Logic Gates and Realization of Logic Circuits using basic Gates. T and MS Flip Flops 4. Full Adder. Carry Look ahead Adder. Design and implementation of Synchronous and Asynchronous Counters. Counters using Shift Registers – Ring Counter and Johnson Counter 6. Demultiplexers. Design and Implementation of Shift Registers. 2.Half Adder. BCD Adder 3. Design and implementation of Arithmetic Circuits:.implementation of RS. Design of Comparators and Parity Generators.which enable the study Computer System Architecture. . Study of Flip Flops:. Study of Multiplexers . Encoder and Decoder 7.

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Lagrange’s formula and Newton’s divided difference formula MODULE 3 Finite differences ( 12 hours) MODULE 4 Difference Calculus ( 12 hours) Numerical differentiation using Newtons forward and backward formula – Numerical integration – Newton’s – cotes formula – Trapezoidal rule – Simpsons 1/3rd and 3/8th rule – Difference equations – solution of difference equation MODULE 5 Z Transforms ( 12 hours) Definition of Z transforms – transform of polynomial function and trignometric functions – shifting property . S.International . Mathematics Vol I – I. ∇ .directional derivative-divergence an curl .Taneja Advanced Engg.Numerical Methods. K Venkataraman. 32.EN010301A 2-2-0 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II credits 4 (common to all branches except CS & IT) MODULE 1 Vector differential calculus ( 12 hours) Scalar and vector fields – gradient-physical meaning. Erwin Kreyszing – Advance Engg. B.Introductory methods of Numerical Analysis -PHI 30.physical meaning-scalar potential conservative field.identities . Babu Ram – Engg. Mathematics . Mathematics – Wiley Eastern Ltd. H. Grewal – Higher Engg. Stokes theorem and Gauss divergence theorem Finite difference operators ∆.Higher Engg. Mathematics -Pearson. B.V.S.interpolation using Newtons forward and backward formula – problems using Stirlings formula. 26. Mathematics – McGraw Hill 28. . T.Numerical methods in science and Engg -National publishing co 29.C.Ramachandran.simple problems MODULE 2 Vector integral calculus ( 12 hours) Line integral . convolution property . Ramana .work done by a force along a path-surface and volume integral-application of Greens theorem. and .Veerarajan and T.S Sastry .McGraw Hill 31.K.inverse transformation – solution of 1st and 2nd order difference equations with constant coifficients using Z transforms.Khanna Publishers 27. Reference 25.

merits of direct and indirect taxesprogressive and regressive taxes-canons of taxation-functions of tax system. Privatisation-reasons-disinvestment of public sector undertakings. Credits: 4(3+1) Economics Module I (7 hours) Reserve Bank of India-functions-credit control-quantitative and qualitative techniques Commercial banks-functions. The information technology industry in India-future prospects Module III (6 hours) Direct and indirect taxes. Globalisationnecessity-consequences.impact and incidence. NI.EN010 302 Economics and Communication Skills (Common to all branches) Teaching scheme 2hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Objectives To impart a sound knowledge of the fundamentals of Economics. PI and DPI-methods of estimating national income-difficulties in estimating national income Inflation-demand pull and cost push-effects of inflation-government measures to control inflation .Role of Small Industries Development Bank of India and National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development The stock market-functions-problems faced by the stock market in India-mutual funds Module II (6 hours) Multinational corporations in India-impact of MNC’s in the Indian economy. NNP.tax evasionreasons for tax evasion in India-consequences-steps to control tax evasion Deficit financing-role-problems associated with deficit financing Module IV (5 hours) National income-concepts-GNP.

Ray. References 1. K.K. The Indian Economy. Oxford University Press 3. The Indian economy.K. Interview skills. Ruddar Datt.Verbal and Non verbal. Types of communication . S.Module V (6 hours) International trade-case for free trade-case for protectionism Balance of payments-causes of disequilibrium in India’s BOP-General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade-effect of TRIPS and TRIMS in the Indian economy-impact of WTO decisions on Indian industry Text Books 1. Prentice Hall of India 4. Economics. Indian Economy. Importance of communication skills in society. Campbell McConnel. Listening skills. Economics. Terence Byres. Reading comprehension. Communication Flow-Upward. Group Discussion. S. S.Dewett. Downward and Horizontal. 2. Presentation Techniques.Chand and Company Ltd. Tata McGraw Hill Communication Skills Objectives To improve Language Proficiency of the Engineering students To enable them to express themselves fluently and appropriately in social and professional contexts To equip them with the components of different forms of writing MODULE – 1 (15 hours) INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION Communication nature and process. Soft skills . Paul Samuelson. Modern Economic Theory.Chand and Company Ltd. Tata McGraw Hill 2.

2010 23. Curriculum Vitae.K. 2008 24.Types of reports Note: No university examination for communication skills. The functional aspects of communication skills. Tata Mc Graw Publishing company limited.Prasad and Rajendra K.Vocabulary enhancement-synonyms. Aysha Viswamohan. Sangeeta Sharma and Binod Mishra.K. There will be internal evaluation for 1 credit.MODULE – II (15 hours) TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION Technical writing skills. I. REFERENCES 21. International (P) House limited. Sharma. prefix. Business letters. Communication skills for Engineers and Scientists. Word Formation-suffix. 2008 . Kataria and sons. Report writing. Kumkum Bhardwaj. English for technical Communication. 2007 22. affix. PHI Learning private limited. Job Application. S. P. Emails. Professional Communication.

Analysis of unbalanced systems using symmetrical components. Module 2 (10hrs) AC&DC Transient analysis of simple circuits using time domain equations. To impart basic knowledge of computer based analysis of electrical networks Module 1 (14hrs) Application of Kirchoff’s laws and network theorems to DC and AC circuits. . Network theorems – Super position. Representation of passive elements. D. Power in terms of symmetrical components. Synthesis:. Thevenin’s . Analysis of single tuned and double tuned circuits.RC &RL function Module 5 (12hrs) Review of three phase systems –Analysis with balanced and unbalanced loads. Maximum power transfer. RC and RLC series circuits (Transient and complete). compensation and Tellegen’s theorems.Dot convention-conductively coupled circuit-Ideal transformer-analysis of multi-winding coupled circuits. Application of Laplace transform for the transient analysis of RL. Module 3 (12hrs) Introduction to network topology and graph theory. Solution of ordinary differential equation. Introduction to PSPICE. Symmetrical components. independent and dependent sources. To provide sound knowledge in the analysis of electrical networks 2. Analysis of networks using graph theory – network equilibrium equations on KVL basis and KCL basis. Module 4 (12hrs) Coupled circuits. Driving point and Transfer impedance and admittance. Millman’s. Transient analysis of simple RLC circuits using MATLAB & SCILAB. substitution.EE 010 303: Electric Circuit Theory Teaching scheme Credits: 4 2 hours Lecture and 2 hours Tutorial per week Objectives: 1. reciprocity .C and AC analysis of simple circuits .Positive real function-Synthesis of one port network-LC. Neutral shift and Neutral current. Natural . Sequence impedances. Mesh analysis and Nodal analysis-with dependent and independent sources. Fundamental cut-set and cut-set schedule . forced and complete response analysis with and without initial conditions.Hurwitz polynomial-Routh’s criterion. Norton’s.tie-set and tie-set schedule. Introduction to MATLAB & SCILAB. Steady state solution of circuits with coupled elements..

Jack E Kemmerly. Tata McGraw Hill Education. Network analysis and filter design. Tata McGraw Hill Education. Ganesh Rao. A Simplified Approach.Text Books 1. Network Theory. Engineering Circuit analysis. K S Suresh Kumar. Sanguine Technical Publishers. Goel. 7. 7. Sharma. 2010 6. A Sudhakar.Pearson. P Shyammohan. 2010. Umesh publishers 4. William H Hayt.V. Circuits and Networks: Analysis and Synthesis. Srinivasa Murthy. Introduction to PSpice Using Orcad for Circuits and Electronics. PHI Reference Books 1. 4e. New Delhi. A. Steven M Durbin.K. . Pearson 5. MATLAB and its Application in Engineering. Network Analysis.K. 2010 3. M. Schaum’s Outline Series 2. D. 2. Rashid.Muhammad H. Engg. R. Third Edition.K. Electric circuits and networks . Samarajit Ghosh. Electric Circuits. Gopal G Bhise. New Delhi. Bansal. Analysis and Synthesis. Joseph A Edminister. PHI 2009. Second . 7e. R.

medium & high resistance. Applications of dc and ac potentiometer Bridges: Wheatstone bridge-PO Box. basic dc voltmeter and ac voltmeter using rectifiers. Anderson Bridge. Thermal .measurement of voltage. current and frequency .moving coil . energy meters.Kelvin’s double bridge. dynamometer. Digital Measurements : Electronics voltmeter. power & energy. Maxwell’s bridge – Schering Bridge.electrostatic and rectifier meter (Principles and concepts only)-shunts and multipliers Module 2 (12 Hours) Potentiometers –General principle . voltmeters. Measurements of low. Module 5 (12 Hours) Magnetic Measurements: Measurement of flux and permeability – flux meters. watt meters. BH Curve and permeability measurements. Wien’s bridge (Analysis and Phasor diagram required) Module 3 (14 Hours) Measurement of resistance. Classification of instruments: Essentials of indicating instruments . Error & compensation – single phase energy meter – errors & compensation three phase Energy meter ( construction only) – Electronic energy meter ( block diagram ) Trivector meters.dc potentiometer and ac potentiometer. CRO – principle . applications-Measurement of speed-Measurement of frequency Calibration of meters: Ammeters. Induction. Moving iron. Maximum Demand meters and TOD meters ( concepts only) .Earth Megger .multi channel oscilloscopes – digital storage oscilloscope ( Concepts only) .EE 010 304: Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments Teaching scheme Credits: 4 3 hours Lecture and 1 hours Tutorial per week Objectives · To provide knowledge in the specific area of electrical measurements · To expose students various measuring instruments Module 1 (12 Hours) General Principle of measurements: Absolute and working standards.in Measurements. Power factor Meters Module 4 (10 Hours) Instrument Transformers: Principle of Current and Potential transformers – ratio & phase angle error. Measurement of earth resistance .Dynamometer type Wattmeter.

Albert D.Kamakshaiah. 5e. Reference Books 1.K. Electrical and Electronic Instrumentation and Measurements. S. Dhanpat Rai and Co. . Electrical and Electronic Instrumentation and Measurements. Electrical Measurements and measuring instruments. Tata McGraw –Hill Education New Delhi 4. Modern Electronic Instrumentation and measurement Technique. JB Gupta. Deobelin. Helfrick and William D.Kataria &Sons 3. S. Sawhney A. 2. Wheeler and Co. Cooper. Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments.Text Books 1.W.K. Measurement systems: Application and Design. 2. PHI. Golding E. I K international Publishing House.

and CC configurations – Determination of h – parameters from static characteristics – current and voltage gains.EE 010 305: Electronic Circuits Teaching scheme Credits: 4 3 hours Lecture and 1 hours Tutorial per week Objectives · To impart sound knowledge and basic concepts of electronic circuits and applications to students. Oscillators: Barkhausen criterion – classification of oscillators – Principle of operation of RC phase-shift. . Tuned Amplifiers: Single tuned and double tuned amplifiers – Frequency response – applications. input impedance and output admittance of a basic amplifier in hparameters. Hartley and crystal oscillators. · To develop the student’s ability to design and analyse practical circuits. Module 4 (12 hrs) Feedback amplifiers: Positive and Negative feedback – types of negative feedback – Typical circuits –effect of negative feedback in amplifier performance. Module 3 (10 hrs) Power Amplifiers: Class A. (Analysis not required). Module 2 (12 hrs) Small Signal Analysis: h-parameter equivalent circuit of a BJT – comparison of CB. CE. Module 1 (14 hrs) Wave shaping: Clipping and Clamping circuits using diodes – RC differentiating and Integrating Circuits. B. AB and C operation – Efficiency of Class A and B – Pushpull amplifier – Distortion in amplifiers – harmonic and crossover distortion Complementary Symmetry amplifiers. FET: Principle of operation and characteristics of JFET and MOSFET – biasing of JFET – self bias – FET amplifier. Multi-stage Amplifiers: RC coupling – Frequency response characteristics – bandwidth – cascading of amplifiers – gain and bandwidth. UJT: Principle of operation and characteristics. Transistor Biasing – Operating Point – Operating point instability – thermal runaway – bias stability – Stability factor – stabilization techniques – Fixed bias – Collector to Base bias – Emitter bias – Voltage divider bias – Stability against variation in ICO.

J.K Kataria and sons. Introductory Electronic Devices and Circuits . Halkias. G. Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory. Voltage Regulators: Zener shunt regulator – transistor series regulator. Electronics Devices and Circuits . Tata McGraw Hill Ediucation. Millman’s Integrated Electronics. Electronic devices and circuits. 2010 2. Allen Mottershead. Pearson Education Asia. Pearson Education Asia. 2e. Paynter. LPE . Boylestad and Louis Nashelsky.Mithal. Chetan Parikh Millman and Halkias.B. TMH 4. Pearson Publications Reference Books 1. Electronic Principles . S. 3.Gupta. LPE. Miller and Boot Strap circuits. Albert Paul Malvino.Module 5 (12 hrs) Multivibrators: Principle of Operation and Design of Astable multi vibrator – principle of operation of Bi-stable and Mono-stable multi-vibrators. PHI 5. Electronic Devices and Circuits : 6. 2. Robert T. Jacob Millman.K. Text Books 1. Christos C. An Introduction. Robert L. Sweep generators: Principle of Sweep generation – basic transistor sweep circuit – Equation for sweep amplitude. Electronic Devices and Circuits. Floyd. New Delhi. Sweep generation using UJT relaxation oscillator circuit.

ISO efficiency characteristics curves – NPSH _ multistage pumps – propeller pumps – pump in parallel & series operation – Theory. single and double suction impellers – types of casings – effect of vapour pressure on lifting of liquid – specific speed – performance pump characteristics: main. gauges and pressure on immersed surfaces – floating body. dynamic and kinematic viscosity. performance curves – applications (Description only).EE010 306(ME): Mechanical Technology Teaching scheme 3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Objectives To impart the basic concepts of Fluid properties. jet pump. Credits: 4 . manometers. wear rings. root pumps – rotary axial & rotary radial piston pumps – thory. performance curves & application of self-priming pump. Classification of impellers. vane. pitot tube – discharge measurement. Module III (12 hours) Hydraulic Turbines: Evolution of present day hydraulic turbines from the water wheel – classification degree of action – Pelton wheel. pressure measurement. Module V Positive Displacement Pumps: reciprocating pumps. hydraulic balancing. slurry pump & hydraulic ram (description only). Pascal’s law. Screw. priming. operating. Module 1 (12 hours) Properties of Fluids: Pressure. orifice meter. venturimeter. Module II (12 hours) Fluid in Motion: Euler’s equation in one dimension. Module IV (12 hours) Pumping Machinery: General classification – Dynamic pumps – working of centrifugal pumps. surface tension. vapor pressure. Flow of compressible fluids through pipes – types of flow – critical Reynolds number – friction factors for laminar and turbulent flow – minor losses – transmission of power through pipes. applications. effect of vapour pressure on lifting of liquid – indicator diagram – acceleration head – effect of friction – use of air vessels – work saved – slip – efficiency – pump characteristics – applications – Cavitation and its effects in fluid machines – Rotary pumps: Gear. density. pressure head. efficiency. Rota meter and notches. Francis and Kaplan Turbines – constructional details and characteristics only (no problems based on velocity triangles) – governing of turbines – draft tube – specific speed. Flow through Orifices – measurement of fluid velocity. airlift pump. vapour pressure. One dimensional incompressible Bernoulli’s equation. hydraulic machines and pumping machinery To develop an idea about pressure measurements working and properties of hydraulic machines and various types of pumping machineries. efficiency. capillary – fluid at rest. bulk modulus.

K Bansal. Stepanoff John A. Centrifugal and Axial Flow Pump. ELBS 5. Lakshmi publications New Delhi Reference Books 1. 2. Fluid Mechanics & Fluid machines . Ane books. TMH. TMH. Fluid Flows Machines. S. Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines: Standard Publ. Abdulla Sheriff.S. R. 3. Fliud Machines and Hydraulic Machines . Govinda Rao N. K Subramanya . Shiv Kumar. 2. Fluid Mechanics. Massey B. J. Wiley & Sons . Fluid Machines and Hydraulic Machines . 4.Text Books 1.

Measurement of resistance using-Wheatstone Bridge and Kelvin’s Double bridge and extension of range of Voltmeter and Ammeter 11. Measurement of self inductance. Measurement of single phase power – (a) Three ammeter method (b) Three voltmeter method and (c) Single wattmeter 5. 4. 6. Verification of Thevenin’s theorem in a dc circuit. Measurement of 3 phase power using a. Extension of instrument range by using Instrument transformers(CT and PT) 16.)Single watt meter b)Two watt meters c)Three-phase watt meters 7. Characteristics of LVDT. 12. Determination of Power and Power factor of a given single phase circuit using dynamometer watt meter and power factor meter – power factor improvement of the above circuit. mutual inductance and coupling coefficient. Calibration of single-phase Energy meter at various power factors by a)Direct loading b) Phantom loading c)Phase shifting transformer 14. Determination of BH characteristics 8. Determination of locus diagram of RL and RC circuit.EE 010 307 Electrical Measurements Lab Teaching scheme Credits: 2 3 hours practical per week Objectives:· To expose the students to a variety of practical electrical circuits and to prove the theories behind them. 1. 3. Calibration of three-phase Energy meter by Direct loading and Phantom loading 15. Verification of superposition theorem in a dc circuit 2. . Calibration of meters and measurement of resistance using slide-wire potentiometer 13. Calibration of flux meter using a)Standard solenoid b)Hibbertz magnetic standard 9. RLC series and parallel circuit: measurement of current in various branches and verification by calculation – drawing of phasor diagram. 10.

Study and measurement of symmetrical Components for unbalanced system for an unbalanced star connected system. Srinivasa Murthy. A Simplified Approac. Measurement of neutral shift voltage 18. References 1. Network Analysis . R. Ganesh Rao. Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instrument.V. Wheeler and Co 2.17. D.W. Sanguine Technical Publishers. Golding E. .

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..P. Study of centrifugal pumps and components. Load Test (Constant speed test) on petrol engine. 8. 5. 7. 4. 3. Hydraulic Machines-Jagadishlal Credits: 2 2.Engine. 6.. REFERENCES 1. Load Test (Constant speed test) on diesel engine. Variable speed test on petrol engine. Thermal Engineering. 3. Performance characteristics of Pelton wheel. 2. Study of reciprocating pump and components-single cylinder and multicylinder. Variable speed test on diesel engine. HEAT ENGINES LABORATORY 1. 2.. 8. Performance test on refrigeration unit. Performance characteristics of Francis Turbine. Cooling curve of I.EE010 308(ME) Mechanical Laboratory Teaching scheme: 3 hours practical per week Objectives To impart practical knowledge in heat engines and hydraulics laboratories HYDRAULICS LABORATORY 1.. 4... Performance test on air compressors and blowers. Performance characteristics of Kaplan Turbine. Performance characteristics of centrifugal pump.. 5. Study of impulse and reaction turbines.L Ballaney . Performance characteristics of reciprocating pump 6.C. Performance test on air conditioning unit. 7.

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Ramachandran. Erwin Kreyszing – Advance Engg. Stokes theorem and Gauss divergence theorem Finite difference operators ∆.C.Introductory methods of Numerical Analysis -PHI 38.Khanna Publishers 35. K Venkataraman.work done by a force along a path-surface and volume integral-application of Greens theorem. Mathematics Vol I – I. T.S Sastry . 34. Mathematics . Mathematics -Pearson.Numerical methods in science and Engg -National publishing co 37.International . Lagrange’s formula and Newton’s divided difference formula MODULE 3 Finite differences ( 12 hours) MODULE 4 Difference Calculus ( 12 hours) Numerical differentiation using Newtons forward and backward formula – Numerical integration – Newton’s – cotes formula – Trapezoidal rule – Simpsons 1/3rd and 3/8th rule – Difference equations – solution of difference equation MODULE 5 Z Transforms ( 12 hours) Definition of Z transforms – transform of polynomial function and trignometric functions – shifting property . Mathematics – McGraw Hill 36. Babu Ram – Engg. S. B. 40. Mathematics – Wiley Eastern Ltd. B. ∇ .Taneja Advanced Engg.identities .interpolation using Newtons forward and backward formula – problems using Stirlings formula. Grewal – Higher Engg. and .McGraw Hill 39. . convolution property .Veerarajan and T.Numerical Methods.K. Ramana .inverse transformation – solution of 1st and 2nd order difference equations with constant coifficients using Z transforms.simple problems MODULE 2 Vector integral calculus ( 12 hours) Line integral .S.directional derivative-divergence an curl physical meaning-scalar potential conservative field. H. Reference 33.V.EN010301A ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II 2-2-0 MODULE 1 (common to all branches except CS & IT) Vector differential calculus credits 4 ( 12 hours) Scalar and vector fields – gradient-physical meaning.Higher Engg.

Privatisation-reasons-disinvestment of public sector undertakings. Globalisationnecessity-consequences.Role of Small Industries Development Bank of India and National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development The stock market-functions-problems faced by the stock market in India-mutual funds Module II (6 hours) Multinational corporations in India-impact of MNC’s in the Indian economy.merits of direct and indirect taxes-progressive and regressive taxes-canons of taxation-functions of tax system. Credits: 4(3+1) Economics Module I (7 hours) Reserve Bank of India-functions-credit control-quantitative and qualitative techniques Commercial banks-functions. NI.impact and incidence.tax evasion-reasons for tax evasion in India-consequences-steps to control tax evasion Deficit financing-role-problems associated with deficit financing Module IV (5 hours) National income-concepts-GNP.The information technology industry in India-future prospects Module III (6 hours) Direct and indirect taxes.EN010 302 Economics and Communication Skills (Common to all branches) Teaching scheme 2hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Objectives To impart a sound knowledge of the fundamentals of Economics. NNP. PI and DPI-methods of estimating national incomedifficulties in estimating national income Inflation-demand pull and cost push-effects of inflation-government measures to control inflation .

The Indian Economy.K. Terence Byres. Soft skills . Interview skills. Communication Flow-Upward. Indian Economy. S. Group Discussion.Verbal and Non verbal. K. Downward and Horizontal. Economics. Oxford University Press 3. References 1. Types of communication . Importance of communication skills in society. S. The Indian economy. Tata McGraw Hill Communication Skills Objectives To improve Language Proficiency of the Engineering students To enable them to express themselves fluently and appropriately in social and professional contexts To equip them with the components of different forms of writing MODULE – 1 (15 hours) INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION Communication nature and process. Economics. 2.Chand and Company Ltd. Presentation Techniques. Paul Samuelson.K.Module V (6 hours) International trade-case for free trade-case for protectionism Balance of payments-causes of disequilibrium in India’s BOP-General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade-effect of TRIPS and TRIMS in the Indian economy-impact of WTO decisions on Indian industry Text Books 1.Chand and Company Ltd. Listening skills. Reading comprehension. Modern Economic Theory. Ruddar Datt.Ray. S.Dewett. Prentice Hall of India 4. Tata McGraw Hill 2. Campbell McConnel.

English for technical Communication. International (P) House limited. affix. Word Formation-suffix. Tata Mc Graw Publishing company limited. S. I.Prasad and Rajendra K. Report writing. Curriculum Vitae. Communication skills for Engineers and Scientists. Sharma. PHI Learning private limited.K. Kumkum Bhardwaj. Sangeeta Sharma and Binod Mishra. prefix. 2008 28.Vocabulary enhancement-synonyms.Types of reports Note: No university examination for communication skills.MODULE – II (15 hours) TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION Technical writing skills. 2008 . REFERENCES 25. P. Professional Communication. Kataria and sons.K. There will be internal evaluation for 1 credit. The functional aspects of communication skills. Aysha Viswamohan. 2010 27. Business letters. Emails. Job Application. 2007 26.

Source transformation. Superposition.Network theorems applied to the transformed circuit – Network Functions: Driving point and Transfer functions . inductance and mutual inductance – Impedance and Admittance in the transform domain – Node and Mesh analysis of the transformed circuit . Thevenin and Norton’s theorems applied to Phasor circuits – Sinusoidal Steady State power – Average Power – Maximum power transfer theorem – Phasor analysis of Magnetically coupled circuits Module IV (12 hrs) Laplace Transform: Definition of Unilateral Laplace Transform.Transformation of a circuit into s-domain – Transformed equivalent of resistance. Thevenin.Poles and zeros .Phasor relationships for R.EC010 303 Network Theory Teaching scheme 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Objectives To study time domain. phasor and Laplace transform methods of linear circuit analysis Credits: 4 Module I (12 hrs) Reference directions for two terminal elements . L and C – Impedance and Admittance – Node and Mesh analysis. capacitance. Norton and Maximum Power Transfer Theorems applied to resistance networks Module II (12 hrs) Capacitors and Inductors – Current-voltage relationships – Step and Impulse functions – Waveshapes for Capacitor and Inductor – Series and Parallel combinations – Coupled coils – Mutual Inductance – First order Circuits: Excitation by initial conditions – Zero input response – Excitation by sources – Zero state response – Step and impulse response of RL and RC circuits Excitation by sources and initial conditions – Complete response with switched dc sources Module III (12 hrs) Sinusoidal Steady State Analysis: Review of complex numbers – Rectangular and Polar forms – Phasors and the sinusoidal steady state response .Kirchhoff’s Laws .Independent and Dependent Sources – Resistance Networks: Node and Mesh analysis of resistance networks containing both voltage and current independent and dependent sources – Source Transformations – Superposition.Properties –Laplace Transform of common time functions – Inverse Laplace Transform by Partial Fraction Expansion – Initial value and Final value theorems –Solution of network differential equations .

References 9. PHI 13. W H. Kemmerly and S M Durbin. 12th e/d . Van Valkenburg. C A Desoer & E S Kuh. Engineering Circuit Analysis. B Carlson. Basic Circuit Theory. Lin.Magnitude and Phase response of First order Low pass and High pass RC circuits –. Admittance. parallel and cascade. DeCarlo. Ceneage Learning 12. F F Kuo. Network Analysis. Basic Circuit Theory. TMH 10. Two port networks: Characterization in terms of Impedance. Robert L. Hayt.series.Module V (12 hrs) Frequency Response: Network functions in the sinusoidal steady state with s = jω – Magnitude and Phase response . OUP 11. TMH 16. PHI 14.Huelsman.Bode Plots – First order and Second order factors. M E. Linear Circuit Analysis. L P .Boylestad . Wiley .Reciprocity theorem – Interconnection of two port networks. Network Analysis and Synthesis.PHI 15. Introductory Circuit Analysis . Hybrid and Transmission parameters – Interrelationships among parameter sets . Circuits.

Time variation of stored charge in p-n junctions – Reverse recovery transient – Switching diodes – Capacitance of p-n junctions – Varactor diodes.EC01 304: Solid State Devices Teaching Scheme L T P : 3 1 0 Credit :4 Objectives To provide students with a sound understanding of existing electronic devices. Charge concentrations – Fermi level – Electrons and hole concentrations at equilibrium – Temperature dependence of carrier concentrations – Compensation and space charge neutrality. Diffusion of carriers – Diffusion process – Diffusion coefficient – Einstein relation – Continuity equation – Steady state carrier injection – Diffusion length. Module II (13 hours) Excess carriers in semiconductors – Carrier lifetime – Direct and indirect recombination – Steady state carrier generation – Quasi Fermi levels. To develop the basic tools with which students can later learn about newly developed devices and applications. Drift of carriers in electric and magnetic fields – Drift and resistance – Effects of temperature on doping and mobility – High-field effects – Hall effect. so that their studies of electronic circuits and systems will be meaningful. P-N junctions – Equilibrium conditions – Contact potential – Equilibrium Fermi levels – Space charge at a junction – Forward and reverse biased conditions – Steady state conditions – Qualitative description of current flow at a junction – Carrier injection – Diode equation – Majority and minority currents through a p-n junction – V-I characteristics of a p-n junction diode. Module I (13 hours) Bonding forces in solids – Energy Bands – Metals. semiconductors and insulators – Direct and indirect Semiconductors – Variation of Energy Bands with alloy composition – Charge carriers in semiconductors – Electrons and holes – Effective mass – Intrinsic and extrinsic materials. Module III (12 hours) Reverse breakdown in p-n junctions – Zener and avalanche mechanisms – Breakdown diodes. . Optoelectronic devices – Optical Absorption – Solar Cells – Photo detectors – Photoluminescence and electroluminescence – Light emitting diodes – Laser diodes. Metal-semiconductor junctions – Schottky barriers – Rectifying and ohmic contacts.

. 8. 12. D. Neamen. Achuthan. Bhat. 2010. J. Ltd. B. Pearson Education. Ltd. Tata McGraw Hill Education Pvt. S. New Delhi. Tata McGraw Hill Education Pvt. New Delhi. Electronic Devices and Circuits. Suresh Babu. G. Tata McGraw Hill Education Pvt. . 3rd ed. Solid State Devices and Technology. Streetman.Module IV (12 hours) Bipolar Junction Transistor – Bipolar Transistor action – Basic principle of operation – Simplified current relations – Modes of operation – Majority and minority current components – Emitter injection efficiency – Base transport factor – Current transfer ratio – Current amplification factor – Amplification and switching – Base width modulation – Avalanche Breakdown – Base resistance and emitter crowding Field Effect Transistor – Basic JFET operation – pinch off and saturation – Transconductance and amplification factor – V-I characteristics – Transfer characteristics Basic principles of high frequency transistors – Schottky transistors. Banerjee. Reference Books 7. PHI Learning Pvt.. K. 9. Ltd.. New Delhi. M. C. N. Tunnel diodes – pnpn diodes – Introduction to SCR and IGBT.. 2008... accumulation and inversion modes. M. S. 2010. Ltd. A. Ltd. Semiconductor Physics and Devices. Phototransistors Module V (10 hours) Ideal MOS capacitor – Energy band structure in depletion. 2010. Jit. 6th ed. Solid State Electronic Devices. K. C. 2010. S. New Delhi. 10. 3rd ed. New Delhi. MOSFETs – Enhancement and depletion MOSFETs – Current-voltage relationship – Transconductance – Control of threshold voltage – Basic principles of CMOS. Introduction to Semiconductor Materials and Devices. 2010. V. Millman. 11. 3rd ed.. C-V characteristics – Threshold voltage. K.. Tyagi. Halkias. Wiley India Pvt. Fundamentals of Semiconductor Devices..

Analysis of half wave. Rise time. Differentiator. Small signal analysis of CE. input and output impedance) Module III (12) MOSFET I-V relation. Analysis of L. Analysis of single stage discrete MOSFET amplifiers – small signal voltage and current gain. clipping and clamping circuits. body effect. pulse and square wave inputs. Stability factors. Transistor Biasing circuits. Biasing of MOSFETs amplifiers. . Common Gate amplifier. load lines. transistor series (with feedback) and shunt voltage regulators. Zener voltage regulator. Thermal runaway. Tilt. small signal equivalent circuits. C. CB. short circuit and fold back protection. input and output impedance of Basic Common Source amplifier. full wave and bridge rectifiers. Common Source amplifier with and without source bypass capacitor. Small signal equivalent circuits (Low frequency π and h models only). small signal parameters. Source follower amplifier. analysis and design of basic analog circuits using BJT and MOSFET Credits : 4 Module I (10) RC Circuits: Response of high pass and low pass RC circuits to sine wave. step. CC configurations using approximate hybrid π model (gain. Module II (14) DC analysis of BJTs . Small signal diode model for low and high frequencies. Integrator.EC010 305: ANALOG CIRCUITS – I Teaching Scheme : L T P:3 1 0 Objectives: To understand applications of diodes and transistors To understand working of MOSFET To provide an insight into the working.BJT as amplifier. LC & π filters.

2003. “Fundamentals of Microelectronics”. Pearson Education. Roger T. 2004. Analysis of high frequency response of CE. series-series. Trans conductance and Trans resistance amplifiers. Pearson Education. shunt-shunt. amplifier transfer function. The four basic feed back topologiesSeries-shunt. 3/e. shunt-series. 8. Razavi . Current. 9/e.Module IV (12) High frequency equivalent circuits of BJTs. CG. Stability of feedback circuits. B. Feed back amplifiers . References: 3.Voltage. Millman and Halkias: Integrated Electronics. Miller effect. Spencer & Ghausi: Introduction to Electronic Circuit Design. 4. 9. input and output impedance. Transformer less power amplifiers. MOSFETs. CC and CS. 10. Module V (12) Power amplifiers: Class A. AB and C circuits . Pearson Education .efficiency and distortion. CD amplifiers.Properties of negative feed back. B. CB. Sedra and Smith: Microelectronic Circuits. 1997. 4/e. Charles G. R E Boylstead and L Nashelsky: Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory. Donald A Neamen. : Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design. TMH. Howe. Sodini: Microelectronics: An Integrated Approach. Wiley 3. s-domain analysis. TMH. Analysis and design of discrete circuits in each feedback topology . short circuit current gain. 4. loop gain. Oxford University Press 1998. Biasing of class AB circuits.

Functions . Structures and unions: defining a structure . Module 3 (12 hrs) Program structure: storage classes .Recursion.Data types constants . Arrays: defining an array .user defined data types .passing pointers to a function .The comma operator .identifiers and keywords .getchar – putchar.specifying argument .variables and arrays .go to statement.pointers and multi dimensional arrays – passing functions to other functions. scanf.processing an array .pointer declaration .data types .Data input and output .pointers and one dimensional arrays . Module 4 (12hrs) Pointers: Fundamentals .expressions .operations on pointers .function prototypes .declarations .do while .continue .The conditional operator .passing arguments to a function .Relational and Logical operators . Module 2 (12 hrs) Control Statements: While .EC010 306 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING Teaching Scheme L T P : 3 1 0 Credits: 4 Objectives To develop the programming skill using C Module 1 (12 hrs) Problem solving with digital Computer .Automatic variables .Library functions .Steps in Computer programming .passing structure to a function – self referential structures unions.a brief overview .Features of a good program. Introduction to C: C fundamentals .defining a function .passing arrays in a function – multi dimensional arrays . .statements .gets and puts functions interactive programming.The character set . printf .accessing a function .multi file programs.processing a structure .for . Algorithms – Flowchart.nested loops -if else switch.array and strings.break .external variables .symbolic constantsarithmetic operators .

Pearson Education.creating a data file . Al Kelley. Balaguruswamy .Tata Mc. Pearson Education.the C pre-processor. Pearson Education. References 8. . “Programming with ANSI and Turbo C”. 14. 13.register variables – bit wise operation .processing a data file.Graw Hill. 10. Ashok N Kanthane . 11. “Programming in C” . Ira Pohl . low level programming .Module 5 (12 hrs) Data files: Opening and closing of a data file .bit fields . Schaum’s Outlines . 12.enumeration . “A book on C” . 9. “Programming Techniques through C”:. PHI. Programming with C. Tata Mc Graw Hill. CBS publishers. Kernighan & Ritchie . Byron Gottfried.command line parameters .macros . “Programming in C” . Stephen C. “The C programming language:”. Venkateshmurthy . Kochan .

(transient.Gain and frequency response 22. Models of DIODE. AC. 21. Zener Regulator with & without emitter follower. To provide experience on electronic circuit simulation software like SPICE . RC Integrating and Differentiating circuits.EC010 307 ANALOG CIRCUITS LAB L-T-P : 0-0-3 ` Credits: 2 Objectives To provide experience on design. MOSFET. Simulation of following circuits using spice (Schematic entry of circuits using standard packages). RC Coupled CE amplifier .ripple factor and regulation. Sinusoidal source. Potential divider. Analysis. Clipping and clamping circuits. 14. capacitor. 16.frequency response characteristics. MOSFET amplifier (CS) . voltage series) . etc.. DC. 20. FET. 15. Characteristics of Diodes & Zener diodes. full wave.): 1. energy sources (VCVS. inductor. testing. CCVS. Characteristics of MOSFET. Feedback amplifiers (current series. 19. 12.frequency response characteristics. 17. Introduction to SPICE Models of resistor. Class B and Class AB. pulse. and analysis of few basic electronic circuits using BJT and MOSFET. 13. Frequency responses of RC Low pass and high pass filters. etc) and transformer. etc. 18. Bridge with and without filter. . BJT. Rectifiers-half wave. Characteristics of Transistors (CE & CB). Power amplifiers (transformer less).

9. RC Coupled amplifiers . BJT Characteristics. FET Characteristics. FET & MOSFET amplifiers. 10. Full wave rectifiers (Transient analysis) including filter circuits. Sweep Circuits. 11. 8. MOS characteristics. 6. Integrator & Differentiator (I/P PULSE) – Frequency response of RC circuits.Transient analysis and Frequency response. 5. 3. Diode Characteristics. 7. 4. Voltage Regulators. .2.

Familiarization/installation of common operating systems and application software. structures. functions. . Computer hardware familiarization. Part 2 Programming Experiments in C/C++: Programming experiments in C/C++ to cover control structures. pointers and files. operating systems and commonly used software packages To learn computer programming and debugging Part 1 3.EC010 308 PROGRAMMING Lab Teaching scheme 3 hours practical per week Credits: 2 Objectives To familiarize with computer hardware. arrays. 4.

Electronics and Instrumentation .

Ramachandran. S. Stokes theorem and Gauss divergence theorem Finite difference operators ∆. Mathematics Vol I – I. Lagrange’s formula and Newton’s divided difference formula MODULE 3 Finite differences ( 12 hours) MODULE 4 Difference Calculus ( 12 hours) Numerical differentiation using Newtons forward and backward formula – Numerical integration – Newton’s – cotes formula – Trapezoidal rule – Simpsons 1/3rd and 3/8th rule – Difference equations – solution of difference equation MODULE 5 Z Transforms ( 12 hours) Definition of Z transforms – transform of polynomial function and trignometric functions – shifting property . 48.Introductory methods of Numerical Analysis -PHI 46. . convolution property . Reference 41. Mathematics – Wiley Eastern Ltd. Ramana . Babu Ram – Engg.Khanna Publishers 43. H. Grewal – Higher Engg. and .identities .inverse transformation – solution of 1st and 2nd order difference equations with constant coifficients using Z transforms.S Sastry . 42. B. Mathematics – McGraw Hill 44.Taneja Advanced Engg.K.directional derivative-divergence an curl physical meaning-scalar potential conservative field.S. T.International .interpolation using Newtons forward and backward formula – problems using Stirlings formula.C.McGraw Hill 47.EN010301A ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II 2-2-0 MODULE 1 (common to all branches except CS & IT) Vector differential calculus credits 4 ( 12 hours) Scalar and vector fields – gradient-physical meaning. K Venkataraman.Numerical methods in science and Engg -National publishing co 45. Mathematics -Pearson.simple problems MODULE 2 Vector integral calculus ( 12 hours) Line integral . Erwin Kreyszing – Advance Engg.work done by a force along a path-surface and volume integral-application of Greens theorem. B.Higher Engg.Numerical Methods. ∇ .Veerarajan and T.V. Mathematics .

impact and incidence.merits of direct and indirect taxes-progressive and regressive taxes-canons of taxation-functions of tax system.tax evasion-reasons for tax evasion in India-consequences-steps to control tax evasion Deficit financing-role-problems associated with deficit financing Module IV (5 hours) National income-concepts-GNP. Credits: 4(3+1) Economics Module I (7 hours) Reserve Bank of India-functions-credit control-quantitative and qualitative techniques Commercial banks-functions.Role of Small Industries Development Bank of India and National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development The stock market-functions-problems faced by the stock market in India-mutual funds Module II (6 hours) Multinational corporations in India-impact of MNC’s in the Indian economy. Privatisation-reasons-disinvestment of public sector undertakings. NNP. NI.The information technology industry in India-future prospects Module III (6 hours) Direct and indirect taxes. Globalisationnecessity-consequences. PI and DPI-methods of estimating national incomedifficulties in estimating national income Inflation-demand pull and cost push-effects of inflation-government measures to control inflation .EN010 302 Economics and Communication Skills (Common to all branches) Teaching scheme 2hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Objectives To impart a sound knowledge of the fundamentals of Economics.

Tata McGraw Hill Communication Skills Objectives To improve Language Proficiency of the Engineering students To enable them to express themselves fluently and appropriately in social and professional contexts To equip them with the components of different forms of writing MODULE – 1 (15 hours) INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION Communication nature and process.K. Interview skills. Economics. Presentation Techniques. Campbell McConnel.Module V (6 hours) International trade-case for free trade-case for protectionism Balance of payments-causes of disequilibrium in India’s BOP-General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade-effect of TRIPS and TRIMS in the Indian economy-impact of WTO decisions on Indian industry Text Books 1. Communication Flow-Upward. S. Tata McGraw Hill 2. Paul Samuelson.Dewett.Chand and Company Ltd.K. References 1. Listening skills.Chand and Company Ltd. Indian Economy. Modern Economic Theory. Economics. S. The Indian Economy. Group Discussion. Prentice Hall of India 4. Reading comprehension. Importance of communication skills in society. K. Types of communication . Soft skills . Terence Byres. S. Ruddar Datt.Ray.Verbal and Non verbal. Oxford University Press 3. The Indian economy. Downward and Horizontal. 2.

MODULE – II (15 hours) TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION Technical writing skills- Vocabulary enhancement-synonyms, Word Formation-suffix, affix, prefix, Business letters, Emails, Job Application, Curriculum Vitae, Report writing- Types of reports Note: No university examination for communication skills. There will be internal evaluation for 1 credit.

REFERENCES 29. The functional aspects of communication skills, P.Prasad and Rajendra K. Sharma, S.K. Kataria and sons, 2007 30. Communication skills for Engineers and Scientists, Sangeeta Sharma and Binod Mishra, PHI Learning private limited, 2010 31. Professional Communication, Kumkum Bhardwaj, I.K. International (P) House limited, 2008 32. English for technical Communication, Aysha Viswamohan, Tata Mc Graw Publishing company limited, 2008

**EI010 303 Network Theory
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(Common to LAN)

Teaching scheme 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Objectives Credits: 4

To study time domain, phasor and Laplace transform methods of linear circuit analysis

Module I (12 hrs) Reference directions for two terminal elements - Kirchhoff’s Laws - Independent and Dependent Sources – Resistance Networks: Node and Mesh analysis of resistance networks containing both voltage and current independent and dependent sources – Source Transformations – Superposition, Thevenin, Norton and Maximum Power Transfer Theorems applied to resistance networks Module II (12 hrs) Capacitors and Inductors – Current-voltage relationships – Step and Impulse functions – Waveshapes for Capacitor and Inductor – Series and Parallel combinations – Coupled coils – Mutual Inductance – First order Circuits: Excitation by initial conditions – Zero input response – Excitation by sources – Zero state response – Step and impulse response of RL and RC circuits Excitation by sources and initial conditions – Complete response with switched dc sources Module III (12 hrs) Sinusoidal Steady State Analysis: Review of complex numbers – Rectangular and Polar forms – Phasors and the sinusoidal steady state response - Phasor relationships for R, L and C – Impedance and Admittance – Node and Mesh analysis, Superposition, Source transformation, Thevenin and Norton’s theorems applied to Phasor circuits – Sinusoidal Steady State power – Average Power – Maximum power transfer theorem – Phasor analysis of Magnetically coupled circuits Module IV (12 hrs) Laplace Transform: Definition of Unilateral Laplace Transform- Properties –Laplace Transform of common time functions – Inverse Laplace Transform by Partial Fraction Expansion – Initial value and Final value theorems –Solution of network differential equations - Transformation of a circuit into s-domain – Transformed equivalent of resistance, capacitance, inductance and mutual inductance – Impedance and Admittance in the transform domain – Node and Mesh analysis of the transformed circuit - Network theorems applied to the transformed circuit – Network Functions: Driving point and Transfer functions - Poles and zeros

Module V (12 hrs) Frequency Response: Network functions in the sinusoidal steady state with s = jω – Magnitude and Phase response - Magnitude and Phase response of First order Low pass and High pass RC circuits –- Bode Plots – First order and Second order factors. Two port networks: Characterization in terms of Impedance, Admittance, Hybrid and Transmission parameters – Interrelationships among parameter sets - Reciprocity theorem – Interconnection of two port networks- series, parallel and cascade. References 17. W H. Hayt, Kemmerly and S M Durbin, Engineering Circuit Analysis, TMH 18. DeCarlo, Lin, Linear Circuit Analysis, OUP 19. B Carlson, Circuits, Ceneage Learning 20. M E. Van Valkenburg, Network Analysis, PHI 21. L P .Huelsman, Basic Circuit Theory, PHI 22. Robert L.Boylestad , Introductory Circuit Analysis , 12th e/d ,PHI 23. C A Desoer & E S Kuh, Basic Circuit Theory, TMH 24. F F Kuo, Network Analysis and Synthesis, Wiley

**EI010 304 (S) : Electronic Devices and Circuits I
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Teaching scheme 3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Objectives 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. To provide adequate knowledge to various electronic devices and electronic circuits. To impart the basic concepts of electronic devices such as diodes, BJT, FET and MOSFET. To give a basic introduction of different types of special devices. To have an adequate knowledge in power supplies and wave shaping circuits. To provide basic knowledge in transistor biasing and amplifier configurations. Credits: 4

Module 1 (12 Hours) Band theory of solids: Energy band structure of Metals, Semi conductors and Insulators. Intrinsic material - Electron Hole pair- Fermi level- Doping- Extrinsic material- Effect of temperature. Semi conductor diodes: Theory of PN junction diode- Energy band structure- Diode equation. Space charge and diffusion capacitance (concepts only)-Break down mechanisms. Fabrication of PN junction –Different techniques Module 2 (12 Hours) Bipolar Junction Transistors: Fundamentals of BJT operation- Amplification with BJTSwitching--Drift in base region—Base narrowing—Frequency limitations of transistors. Field Effect Transistors: Basic structure- Operation- Pinch off and saturation—V I characteristics. MOSFETS: n MOS and p MOS- Enhancement and Depletion types—MOS capacitance. Module 3 (12 Hours) Special Devices: Tunnel diode, IMPATT diode, GUNN diode, Schottkey diode, Varactor diode, Photo diode, PIN diode, LED, Schottkey transistor, Photo transistor, UJT, SCR, DIAC, TRIAC, IGBT, OptoCoupler, Seven Segment Displays, Liquid Crystal Displays, LDR.

J B Gupta. David A. Prentice Hall of India/Pearson Education. .h parameter model analysis of CE configuration. S K Kataria & Sons Pub. “Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory”. Module 5 (12 Hours) Transistor biasing: Operating point—DC and AC load lines—Q point selection—Different types of biasing—Biasing stability factors. and Sanjay. 2. Millman and Halkias. “Electronic Devices and Circuits”. Text Books:1.Module 4 (12 Hours) DC power supplies: Analysis of half wave. McGraw-Hill. “Solid State Electronics Devices”. full wave and bridge rectifiers-Analysis of shunt capacitor filter. Prentice Hall of India. 3. B. Different transistor amplifier configurations – Comparison -. Bell. Streetman. Millman and Halkias. Floyd. . B. Tata McGraw– Hill. “Electronic Devices” Pearson Education. Regulated power supplies: series and shunt voltage regulators—design of regulated power supplies—IC regulated power supplies Wave shaping circuits: Clipping and Clamping circuits—Integrator—Differentiator. 2. T.L. “Electronic Devices and Circuits” . Boylsted and Nashelsky... 4. “Integrated Electronics”. Pearson Education. ‘Electronic Devices & Circuits’. 5. References: 1.

Bernoulli’s theorem.Fluid velocity. Module 1 (12 Hours) Historical development of Instrumentation engineering.Introduction to Instruments and Measurements -Typical applications of Instruments systems. To have an adequate knowledge in fluid mechanics and air compressors. performance.Rate equation of continuityEnergy of a liquid in motion.Pressure head.Need for calibration.Venturi meter. Module 3 (12 Hours) Fluid mechanics: Introduction-Types of fluids.Classification of instruments. Precision. .Classification of errors.Standards of measurement. To give basic knowledge in different types of electrical machines used in instrumentation field. 5. Linearity.Flow of fluids. Fluid friction losses in pipe fittings. To create a strong base in the fundamental philosophies of Instrumentation engineering.Electromagnetic relays – Contactors. Static characteristics – Accuracy.Calibration methods.Properties of fluids. To study the different instruments. Sensitivity. applications and specifications of stepper motors – Universal motors . different static and dynamic characteristics of instruments.Orifice meter.Error analysis. To give an idea about unit operations and different process involved in a process industry. Resolution. Loading effect etc.Units and standards. Module 2 (12 Hours) Electrical machines : A C and D C servo motors – Synchros – Constructional features – Working of a Tachogenerator – Stepper motors – Construction.Notches. Dynamic characteristics.EI010 305 (S) Basic Instrumentation Teaching scheme 3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Objectives 1.Constructional features – Typical applications – Criteria for selection of motors – Gyroscope. errors etc. 2.Pitot tubeRotameter. Credits: 4 3. Hysteresis. 4. Threshold.Functional elements of an instrumentation system and examples. working. Measurement System performance. Input impedance.Types of fluid flow.Vapor pressure.

R.Module 4 (12 Hours) Air compressors: Positive displacement compressors. Van Nostrand Reinhold Co..K.N Modi and Seth. 5.Construction and working principle of centrifugal and axial flow compressors. Hydraulics and fluid mechanics. Hydraulics and Fluid mechanics.K Sawhney. 1988. 9. Bellani.Crystallization-DryingDistillation (concepts only) – Description of the process of food industry and paper industry. Balchen J. . Laxmi publications. K.Reciprocating air compressors-multi-stage air compressors with inter cooling. 6.Bensal. B.Measurement systems.Std book house.Chand and Co. Introduction to pumps-centrifugal. Rajput R. S. control systems. Thermal engineering. 4. Dhanpat Rai & CO 2. “A Text book of Electrical Technology”.Transport of liquids. solids and gases. Vol.Evaporators. References: 1. P. Module 5 (12 Hours) Introduction to process systems: Unit operations.O.J.. application & Design. 7.C Chand and Co Nagoor kani. and Mumme. A course in Mechanical Measurement and Instrumentation..II.Separation process .rotary positive displacement compressors. Process Control structures and applications. S. Doeblin E . A. ‘Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines’..Combustion process.L. 8. Khanna publishers. RBA publications. 3. rotary and reciprocating pumps-classification of centrifugal pumps and applications. McGrawHill Theraja.K.Mixing process . New York.G.

Library functions .Steps in Computer programming .passing arguments to a function .Relational and Logical operators . printf .accessing a function . Module 3 (12 hrs) Program structure: storage classes .for .expressions . Module 2 (12 hrs) Control Statements: While .The character set .passing arrays in a function – multi dimensional arrays .The conditional operator .gets and puts functions interactive programming.multi file programs. scanf. Module 4 (12hrs) . Introduction to C: C fundamentals .processing a structure .Data types constants .Data input and output .processing an array .data types .Recursion. Arrays: defining an array .specifying argument . Structures and unions: defining a structure .passing structure to a function – self referential structures unions. Algorithms – Flowchart.break .EI010 306 Computer Programming (Common to LASN) L T P : 3 1 0 4 credits Objectives To develop the programming skill using C Module 1 (12 hrs) Problem solving with digital Computer .statements .The comma operator .function prototypes .declarations .getchar – putchar.do while .Automatic variables .symbolic constantsarithmetic operators .defining a function .user defined data types .go to statement.a brief overview .array and strings.identifiers and keywords .external variables . Functions .Features of a good program.nested loops -if else switch.variables and arrays .continue .

Byron Gottfried.processing a data file.pointers and multi dimensional arrays – passing functions to other functions. Balaguruswamy .command line parameters . Ira Pohl . 17. PHI.creating a data file . 19. References 15.enumeration . Pearson Education. Stephen C. 18. “Programming with ANSI and Turbo C”. “A book on C” .macros .Graw Hill. 16. Ashok N Kanthane . Programming with C. “Programming in C” . Kochan .passing pointers to a function .pointer declaration . Venkateshmurthy . CBS publishers. Schaum’s Outlines .Tata Mc.operations on pointers . “The C programming language:”. “Programming Techniques through C”:. Al Kelley. Pearson Education. 21.the C pre-processor.register variables – bit wise operation .Pointers: Fundamentals . . Module 5 (12 hrs) Data files: Opening and closing of a data file . 20. Kernighan & Ritchie .bit fields .pointers and one dimensional arrays . “Programming in C” . low level programming . Tata Mc Graw Hill. Pearson Education.

DVM etc and measurement of electrical quantities (V. c) Common Emitter characteristics of a transistor. RC differentiator. Series Voltage Regulator using transistors. 7. Design and testing of Clipping. input resistance and out put resistance. Measurement of current gain. 3. Design and implementation of Power supplies.EI010 307(S) Electronic Circuits Lab I Teaching scheme 3 hours Practical per week Credits: 2 1. 5. d) Common Source characteristics of a JFET. Signal generators. I. Familiarization of Multi meter. 2. input and output resistance. f) LDR and Opto-Coupler characteristics. RC integrator circuits. phase) Characteristics of active devices : a) Forward & Reverse characteristics of a diode. b) Common Base characteristics of a transistor. CRO. Clamping. Rectifying circuits g) HW rectifier h) FW rectifier i) FW Bridge rectifier j) Filter circuits –Capacitor filter (Measurement of ripple factor. 6. Simulation of simple circuits using spice. efficiency) 4. . Measurement of current gain. frequency. e) UJT characteristics.

functions. arrays. operating systems and commonly used software packages To learn computer programming and debugging Part 1 5. structures. pointers and files.EI010 308 Programming Lab (Common to LASN) Teaching scheme 3 hours practical per week Credits: 2 Objectives To familiarize with computer hardware. Part 2 Programming Experiments in C/C++: Programming experiments in C/C++ to cover control structures. Computer hardware familiarization. . 6. Familiarization/installation of common operating systems and application software.

Information Technology .

regular graph.poset MODULE 4 Lattice (14 hours) Lattice as a poset – some properties of lattice (no proof) – Algebraic system – general properties – lattice as algebraic system – sublattices – complete lattice – Bounded Lattice .Basic concept of Eulergraph and Hamiltonian circuit – trees – properties of tree (no proof) . logical connectives. Tautology and logical equivalence – Laws of algebra of propositions – equivalence formulas – Tautological implications (proof not expected for the above laws . Proof not excepted for theorems) .Discrete logarithm Function – types of functions – composite functions – inverse of a function – pigeon hole principles MODULE 3 Relations (10 hours) Relations – binary relation – types of relations – equivalence relation –partition –equivalence classes – partial ordering relation – Hasse diagram . weighted graph – subgraph – Isomorphic graph –path – cycles – connected graph.direct product MODULE 5 Graph Theory (12 hours) Basic concept of graph – simple graph – multigraph – directed graph.properties of gcd (no proof) – l c m – Modular Arithmetic – congruence – properties – congruence class modulo n – Fermat’s theorem – Euler’s Totient functions Euler’s theorem . Theory of inference for statements – Predicate calculus – quantifiers – valid formulas and equivalences – free and bound variables – inference theory of predicate calculus MODULE 2 Number theory and functions (12 hours) Fundamental concepts – Divisibility – Prime numbers.Basic theorems (no proof) .d Euclidean algorithm .. formulas and implications).complemented Lattice – distributive lattice – homomorphism .EN010301 B Engineering Mathematics II 2-2-0 MODULE 1 Mathematical logic (CS.length of tree – spanning three – sub tree – Minimal spanning tree (Basic ideas only .c. IT) (12 hours) credits 4 Basic concept of statement .relatively prime numbers – fundamental theorem of arithmetic – g. Bipartite graph. Definition of complete graph .

Mc Graw Hill 12. R. Mittal . M. V.Bushy.P. R.Lieu . C.Discrete mathematics & its Application .Trembly. J.Discrete mathematical structures with application to computer science .L. Goyal – Text book of Discrete Mathematics . B.Kolman . B.Mc Graw Hill 11.K.S.Johnsonbough .I.References 6. Kenneth H Rosen .Discrete mathematics – Pearson Edn Asia .C.Discrete mathematical structures. Veerarajan . H. International Publication 10.L.R.PHI 14.Discrete mathematics with graph theory and combinatorics .Manohar .Lipson – Discrete mathematics –Schaum’s outlines – Mc Graw Hill 7.Lipschutz.Goyal. Prasad – Discrete mathematics & graph theory – PHI 8. T.K.K.Ross . S.Elements of Discrete Mathematics .C.Mc Graw Hill 13.Mc Graw Hill 9.Satyanarayana and K. D. S.

PI and DPI-methods of estimating national incomedifficulties in estimating national income. Credits: 4(3+1) Economics Module I (7 hours) Reserve Bank of India-functions-credit control-quantitative and qualitative techniques. The information technology industry in India-future prospects Module III (6 hours) Direct and indirect taxes. Inflation-demand pull and cost push-effects of inflation-government measures to control inflation Module V (6 hours) International trade-case for free trade-case for protectionism Balance of payments-causes of disequilibrium in India’s BOP-General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade-effect of TRIPS and TRIMS in the Indian economy-impact of WTO decisions on Indian industry . The stock market-functions-problems faced by the stock market in India-mutual funds Module II (6 hours) Multinational corporations in India-impact of MNC’s in the Indian economy. Globalisationnecessity-consequences. Privatisation-reasons-disinvestment of public sector undertakings. NI.merits of direct and indirect taxes-progressive and regressive taxes-canons of taxation-functions of tax system. NNP.impact and incidence. Deficit financing-role-problems associated with deficit financing Module IV (5 hours) National income-concepts-GNP.EN010 302 Economics and Communication Skills (Common to all branches) Teaching scheme 2hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Objectives To impart a sound knowledge of the fundamentals of Economics.tax evasion-reasons for tax evasion in India-consequences-steps to control tax evasion. Commercial banks-functions.Role of Small Industries Development Bank of India and National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development.

References 1. prefix. Modern Economic Theory.Text Books 1. Paul Samuelson. Report writing. S. Emails.Vocabulary enhancement-synonyms.Ray. Interview skills. Indian Economy. S. Communication Flow-Upward. S. Group Discussion.Types of reports . Campbell McConnel. K. Oxford University Press 3. Job Application.Verbal and Non verbal. Downward and Horizontal. affix.Chand and Company Ltd. Economics. Economics. Curriculum Vitae. Types of communication .Chand and Company Ltd.Dewett. Prentice Hall of India 4. Ruddar Datt. Tata McGraw Hill 2. The Indian economy. 2. Presentation Techniques.K. Importance of communication skills in society. Word Formation-suffix. Soft skills MODULE – II (15 hours) TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION Technical writing skills. Listening skills. The Indian Economy. Business letters.K. Reading comprehension. Tata McGraw Hill Communication Skills Objectives To improve Language Proficiency of the Engineering students To enable them to express themselves fluently and appropriately in social and professional contexts To equip them with the components of different forms of writing MODULE – 1 (15 hours) INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION Communication nature and process. Terence Byres.

Kataria and sons.Prasad and Rajendra K. 2008 .K. Sharma.Note: No university examination for communication skills. Kumkum Bhardwaj.K. PHI Learning private limited. Tata Mc Graw Publishing company limited. P. S. Professional Communication. I. English for technical Communication. Communication skills for Engineers and Scientists. REFERENCES 33. There will be internal evaluation for 1 credit. 2010 35. The functional aspects of communication skills. Aysha Viswamohan. 2008 36. 2007 34. International (P) House limited. Sangeeta Sharma and Binod Mishra.

IT010 303 (EC) Discrete and Integrated Electronic Circuits Teaching scheme 2 hours lecture and 2 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objectives To impart the basic concepts of discrete integrated electronics To develop understanding about the working and operation of various circuits using discrete and integrated components. 78XX and 79XX series Module II (12hours) Transistor Amplifiers: Bipolar transistor models and characteristics. Wein bridge oscillator using OP-Amp. Need for biasing. Bias stability. transconductance. RC phase shift oscillators.Zener voltage regulator. LC and filters (working only). Module I (12hours) Power supplies: Half wave.L. Voltage follower. Stability of feedback circuits Oscillators: Condition for oscillators. types of feedback. C. clipping and clamping circuits. RC integrator and differentiator. Non inverting amplifier. mono-stable and bi-stable multivibraors using OP-Amp. BJT circuits at DC. current and voltage characteristics. step. Working of Schmitt trigger. Working of astable. 555 timer and its application. Summation amplifier Module IV (12hours) Feedback: Concept of feedback. Ideal OP-Amp approximation and characteristics. General form of oscillator circuit. Inverting amplifier. OP-Amp characteristics. Simplified model. Working of Hartley. Effect of feedback on amplifier performance. Colpitt’s and crystal oscillators Module V (12hours) RC circuits: Response of high pass and low pass RC circuits to sine. Concepts of load line. BJT as a switch. Small signal operation and model. Q point selection. single stage BJT amplifiers Module III (12hours) Integrated Circuits: Operational Amplifier. Difference Amplifier. voltage regulator ICs. positive and negative feedback. transistor series and shunt voltage regulator. full wave and bridge rectifiers. pulse and square inputs. Biasing in BJT amplifier circuits. Instrumentation amplifier. .

digital and switching waveforms – Milman.Wiley Design with Op-Amp and analog integrated circuits – S Franco – TMH Pulse. 9.TMH .Reference Books 6. Taub . Halkias – TMH Microelectronic circuits – Sedra . Smith – Oxford university press Fundamentals of microelectronics – B Razavi . 7. 10. 8. Integrated Electronics – Milman .

.Simplification of Switching Functions. PLA and PAL. Multiplexer and Demultiplexer. Switching Functions. T and MS Flip Flops. Fault Detection methods-Boolean Difference and Path Sensitizing MethodsDigital ICs. Gray Code. Carry Lookahead Adder.IT010 304 SWITCHING THEORY AND LOGIC DESIGN (Common with CS010 305) Teaching scheme 3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 4 Credits: Objectives: To introduce the principles of Logic Systems and Circuits.Introduction to RTL.Boolean Algebra. TTL. D.Binary. Types of Shift Registers.Carry Propagate Adder. Asynchronous Inputs.Ring Counter and Johnson Counter. Design of Clocked Sequential Circuits using State Equations. Counters using Shift Registers. ASCII. BCD.Postulates and Theorems.ECL. Codes. Module 3(12 Hrs) Sequential Logic Circuits:. Excess-3 Code. thereby enabling the student to obtain the platform for studying Computer Architecture and Design. Binary. Serial Adder.Design of Synchronous and Asynchronous Counters:. Parity Generators. MOS and CMOS Logics. Switching Theory:. Carry Save Adder.Digital Logic Families.Latches and Flip Flops. Subtractors. State Reduction and State Assignment. Module 4: (10 Hrs) Counters and Shift Registers:. Shift Registers.Decimal. Parallel Adder.Universal Gates. Module 5(12 Hrs) Fault Tolerance and Diagnosis : Concepts of Fault and Hazards.Review of Basic Gates. Conversion between various Codes. JK.Karnaugh Map and Quine Mc-Clusky Methods. Comparators.Characteristics. Module 1: (14 Hrs) Number Systems and Codes:.Canonical Forms.Adders.State Tables State Equations and State Diagrams. Octal and Hexadecimal Number systems. Decoder and Encoder.Fault Tolerance in Combinational Circuits. Module 2: (12 Hrs) Combinational Logic Circuits:.SR. De’ Morgan’s Theorem. Decade and Up/Down Counters . Clocked Sequential Circuits:.Fault Table.BCD. EBCDIC.

Universal Bookstall 12.L.P.Assignments (minimum 2) such as the Minimisation and implementation of Logical Expressions.Tests (minimum 2) 20% .Helbert abd Schilling. Logic System Theory Prentice Hall of Inia 13.N. Leach D. Malvino A. Digital Fundamentals . 20% . Morris Mano . Design of specific Counters etc. Floyd T.Switching and Finite Automat theory.Digital Logic and Computer Design Prentice Hall of India Reference Books 11. & Saha – Digital Principles and Applications.Internal Continuous Assessment (Maximum Marks-50) 60% . Digital Integrated Electronics TMH . Zvi Kohavi . Biswas N.Tata McGraw Hill Tau b . Tata McGrwHill 14.Regularity in the class Text Books 13.

need.principles Vestigial SideBand (VSB) Modulation . selectivity. Module IV Noise . communication channels.mathematical analysis. phasor representation-pre-emphasis.Noise figure .noise calculations. internal . mathematical relationship.IT 010 305 (EC) : PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING Teaching scheme Credits: 4 3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Objectives: To impart the basic concepts of analog modulation schemes To understand the performance of analog communication system Module I Introduction-communication process. FM transmitters. band width requirements . modulation factor and percentage of modulation.external. frequency spectrum. de-emphasis. DSB-SC Modulation. FM and PM. noise figure in terms of available gain . FM receivers-block diagram. Modulation . TRF receivers. waveforms. SNR . multiple noise sources. Super heterodyne receiver. Module II Amplitude modulation .Effective noise temperature. bandwidth requirement. equivalent noise band width . source of information. Module III Angle Modulation . SSB and .electromagnetic spectrum. frequency deviation. Phase modulators. double spotting. principles. Principles of Microwave and satellite communication systems. frequency analysis. Comparison study of AM. Characteristics of receivers .sensitivity. band selection. Double Super heterodyne receiver.AGC circuitry . frequency spectrum.

seminar.Lathi. Taub & Schilling. Spectra of Pulse modulated signals. PPM generation and demodulation. quiz. MGH. “Principles of Communication”. 3rd Edition.Tests (minimum 2) 20% .Assignments (minimum 2) such as home work. A. software exercises. PHI 1997 7 B. Electronic communication systems.Bruce Calrson. McGraw Hill . 1991 . etc.Tomasi: Electronic communication: Fundamentals through advanced. Ziemer and W. PWM. 20% . 2001 8. Digital Pulse Code modulation (PCM). literature survey. Pearson Education 4.Simon Haykin. term-project.E. Dennis Roddy.. Communication Systems.4th edition 3.H. John Coolen. Internal Continuous Assessment (Maximum Marks-50) 60% . problem solving.George Kennedy. Pulse Amplitude modulation: PAM. “Communication Systems”. 6. John Wiley & Sons 2. Principles of Communication Systems . “Electronic Communications”. “ Communication systems”.Tata McGraw Hill.Module V Analog Pulse Modulation: Sampling theorem for base-band and pass-band signals.Regularity in the class References 1. JAICOP Publishing House 5.S Publication.P. R. B. group discussions. third edition. Tranter.

accessing elements – Programs for matrix processing. binary search. array initialisation. Single dimensional arrays – defining an array. accessing array elements – Programs for sequential search. Pointers: declaration. if-else. accessing members. basic data types. pointer to structure. array of structures. Identifiers.IT010 306: PROBLEM SOLVING AND COMPUTER PROGRAMMING (Common with CS010 303) Teaching scheme 3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objectives To impart the basic concepts of problem solving using a computer. Constants. Module IV ( 13 hours) Structures: defining a structure variable. Statements. Macros: Defining and calling macros – Difference between macro & function. Functions: Function definition. void function – Recursion – Passing array to function. Module I ( 10 hours) Problem solving: Steps in Computer programming – Features of a good program – Problem solving using Algorithms and Flowcharts. Variables. . Unions: difference with structure. keywords. reading and displaying strings. accessing members. pointer to pointer. To learn about the structure of C programming language. Expressions. Multidimensional arrays – defining a two dimensional array. C fundamentals: Character set. Operators. Module II ( 13 hours) Control statements: if. passing structure to function. nested if – switch – while – do-while – for – break & continue – nested loops. passing pointer to a function. string related library functions – Programs for string matching and sorting. function prototype. parameter passing. Module III ( 12 hours) Strings: declaring a string variable. operations on pointers. bubble sort. array of pointers. array initialisation. self referential structure. Input and Output statements – Structure of a C program – simple programs. pointer to function. defining union variable. processing strings using pointers. accessing array elements using pointers. pointer to array. function call.

Programming with C .Micheal Schneider. Programming and Problem Solving with PASCAL . 11. 19. Pointers in C . 20% . 14. quiz. 12. A Book on C –Addison-Wesley Stan Kelly Bootle. problem solving.Byron. seminar. Additional features: Enumerated data type. Mastering Turbo C .Module V ( 12 hours) Files: Different types of files in C – Opening & Closing a file – Writing to and Reading from a file – Processing files – Library functions related to file – fseek(). 17. Balaguruswamy . static.Programming in C (5e) –. ungetc(). 15. external and register. Al Kelley and Ira Pohl. Stephen C. software exercises. Mc Graw Hill Yashwant Kanetkar. bitwise operators. fread(). term-project. 13. Gottfried . typedef.Regularity in the class References 2. Kerninghan & Ritchie. etc. literature survey. Storage Class associated with variables: automatic. Kochan.Tests (minimum 2) 20% . Programming in C . 18. ( Module 1) Yashwant Kanetkar. Internal Continuous Assessment (Maximum Marks-50) 60% .Jaico Books.Assignments (minimum 2) such as home work. Let us C –BPB. ftell(). S. Tata McGraw Hill.PHI . Wiley Eastern Ltd. 16. . fwrite() – Dynamic memory allocation. Computer Programming in C .The Spirit of C. group discussions.CBS publishers.BPB Munish cooper.BPB Publications. E.

Integrator using RC and OP-Amp 5. Differentiator using RC and OP-Amp 6. Rectifiers with filters . Full wave and Bridge 3. and working of op amp based electronic circuits 1. OP-Amp as inverting and non inverting amplifier 9. and working of basic discrete electronic circuits To provide experience on design. 555 Timer based experiments . BJT as amplifier 4. Clamper circuits 8. Op-Amp based oscillators 11.IT010 307 (EC) Electronic Teaching scheme 3 hours practical per week Circuits and Communication Lab Credits: 2 Objectives To provide experience on design. Full wave and Bridge 2. OP-Amp as summer 10. Rectifiers – Half wave.Half wave. Clipper circuits 7.

MS PowerPoint and MS Word. control panel etc. Peripherals. peripherals. Programming experiments in C to cover 1. compilers. 1. 7.Procedure. results. Processor. Familiarization with word processing packages like MS Excel. program manager. Familiarization with computer system.) 3.Test/s 20%. Control structures Functions String manipulations Arrays Structures Pointers Files.Regularity in the class End Semester Examination (Maximum Marks-100) 70% . file manager. 3. 6. 4. Internal Continuous Assessment (Maximum Marks-50) 50%-Laboratory practical and record 30%. Familiarization of operating system-DOS. Operating Systems. Windows etc.Viva voce . tabulation. 4. To practice the programming language ‘C’. and inference 30% . MS Access. external commands. Memory etc. Office Application Packages etc. conducting experiment.IT010 308: PROGRAMMING LAB Teaching scheme 3 hours Practical hours Credits: 2 Objectives: To familiarize computer components. 2. 5. 2. (use of files directories. internal commands.

Instrumentation and Control .

∇ . 16.Numerical Methods. Babu Ram – Engg. and . T.EN010301A 2-2-0 MODULE 1 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II credits 4 (common to all branches except CS & IT) Vector differential calculus ( 12 hours) Scalar and vector fields – gradient-physical meaning.Veerarajan and T.inverse transformation – solution of 1st and 2nd order difference equations with constant coifficients using Z transforms. S.identities .interpolation using Newtons forward and backward formula – problems using Stirlings formula.simple problems MODULE 2 Vector integral calculus ( 12 hours) Line integral . convolution property . Grewal – Higher Engg.K. 10. Lagrange’s formula and Newton’s divided difference formula MODULE 4 Difference Calculus ( 12 hours) MODULE 3 Finite differences ( 12 hours) Numerical differentiation using Newtons forward and backward formula – Numerical integration – Newton’s – cotes formula – Trapezoidal rule – Simpsons 1/3rd and 3/8th rule – Difference equations – solution of difference equation MODULE 5 Z transforms ( 12 hours) Definition of Z transforms – transform of polynomial function and trignometric functions – shifting property .Khanna Publishers 11.Introductory methods of Numerical Analysis -PHI 14. Ramana . Mathematics – Wiley Eastern Ltd.directional derivative-divergence an curl physical meaning-scalar potential conservative field. H. Mathematics .Numerical methods in science and Engg -National publishing co 13.C. Stokes theorem and Gauss divergence theorem Finite difference operators ∆. K Venkataraman.McGraw Hill 15.Higher Engg.S Sastry .Taneja Advanced Engg. Mathematics -Pearson.International . B.V.S.work done by a force along a path-surface and volume integral-application of Greens theorem.Ramachandran. B. Erwin Kreyszing – Advance Engg. Mathematics Vol I – I. . Reference 9. Mathematics – McGraw Hill 12.

Economics Module I (7 hours) Reserve Bank of India-functions-credit control-quantitative and qualitative techniques. Globalisationnecessity-consequencesPrivatisation-reasons-disinvestment of public sector undertakings. PI and DPI-methods of estimating national incomedifficulties in estimating national income Inflation-demand pull and cost push-effects of inflation-government measures to control inflation Credits: 4(3+1) .merits of direct and indirect taxes-progressive and regressive taxes-canons of taxation-functions of tax system-tax evasion-reasons for tax evasion in India-consequences-steps to control tax evasion Deficit financing-role-problems associated with deficit financing Module IV (5 hours) National income-concepts-GNP. The information technology industry in India-future prospects Module III (6 hours) Direct and indirect taxes. NNP.impact and incidence.Role of Small Industries Development Bank of India and National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development The stock market-functions-problems faced by the stock market in India-mutual funds Module II (6 hours) Multinational corporations in India-impact of MNC’s in the Indian economy. NI.EN010 302 Economics and Communication Skills (Common to all branches) Teaching scheme 2hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Objectives To impart a sound knowledge of the fundamentals of Economics. Commercial banks-functions.

Module V (6 hours) International trade-case for free trade-case for protectionism Balance of payments-causes of disequilibrium in India’s BOP-General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade-effect of TRIPS and TRIMS in the Indian economy-impact of WTO decisions on Indian industry Text Books 1. References 1. Tata McGraw Hill 2. Terence Byres. Soft skills . Oxford University Press 3. The Indian economy. Campbell McConnel. Group Discussion. Prentice Hall of India 4. S. 2.Verbal and Non verbal. S.Chand and Company Ltd. Modern Economic Theory. Importance of communication skills in society. Downward and Horizontal.K.Dewett. Reading comprehension. Types of communication . Tata McGraw Hill Communication Skills Objectives To improve Language Proficiency of the Engineering students To enable them to express themselves fluently and appropriately in social and professional contexts To equip them with the components of different forms of writing MODULE – 1 (15 hours) INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION Communication nature and process. Paul Samuelson.K. Economics.Ray.Chand and Company Ltd. Presentation Techniques. The Indian Economy. Listening skills. Communication Flow-Upward. Ruddar Datt. Interview skills. K. Indian Economy. Economics. S.

Professional Communication. Aysha Viswamohan. Tata Mc Graw Publishing company limited. The functional aspects of communication skills.K. Business letters. prefix. 2010 39. Job Application. Report writing. P. International (P) House limited.Vocabulary enhancement-synonyms. There will be internal evaluation for 1 credit.MODULE – II (15 hours) TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION Technical writing skills. Communication skills for Engineers and Scientists.K. 2008 .Prasad and Rajendra K.Types of reports Note: No university examination for communication skills. Sharma. 2008 40. Sangeeta Sharma and Binod Mishra. PHI Learning private limited. I. Emails. S. affix. English for technical Communication. Kataria and sons. Word Formation-suffix. Kumkum Bhardwaj. 2007 38. Curriculum Vitae. REFERENCES 37.

Independent and Dependent Sources – Resistance Networks: Node and Mesh analysis of resistance networks containing both voltage and current independent and dependent sources – Source Transformations – Superposition. Norton and Maximum Power Transfer Theorems applied to resistance networks Module II (12 hrs) Capacitors and Inductors – Current-voltage relationships – Step and Impulse functions – Waveshapes for Capacitor and Inductor – Series and Parallel combinations – Coupled coils – Mutual Inductance – First order Circuits: Excitation by initial conditions – Zero input response – Excitation by sources – Zero state response – Step and impulse response of RL and RC circuits Excitation by sources and initial conditions – Complete response with switched dc sources Module III (12 hrs) Sinusoidal Steady State Analysis: Review of complex numbers – Rectangular and Polar forms – Phasors and the sinusoidal steady state response . Superposition. Thevenin.Phasor relationships for R.IC010 303 : Network Theory (Common to LAN) Teaching scheme 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Objectives Credits: 4 To study time domain. Source transformation. phasor and Laplace transform methods of linear circuit analysis Module I (12 hrs) Reference directions for two terminal elements . Thevenin and Norton’s theorems applied to Phasor circuits – Sinusoidal Steady State power – Average Power – Maximum power transfer theorem – Phasor analysis of Magnetically coupled circuits .Kirchhoff’s Laws . L and C – Impedance and Admittance – Node and Mesh analysis.

Huelsman. F F Kuo. Linear Circuit Analysis.Properties –Laplace Transform of common time functions – Inverse Laplace Transform by Partial Fraction Expansion – Initial value and Final value theorems –Solution of network differential equations . Kemmerly and S M Durbin. 12th e/d . Lin. C A Desoer & E S Kuh.Reciprocity theorem – Interconnection of two port networks. TMH 26. L P . Network Analysis.series. TMH 32. Wiley . Circuits.Poles and zeros Module V (12 hrs) Frequency Response: Network functions in the sinusoidal steady state with s = jω – Magnitude and Phase response .Magnitude and Phase response of First order Low pass and High pass RC circuits –. Two port networks: Characterization in terms of Impedance.Module IV (12 hrs) Laplace Transform: Definition of Unilateral Laplace Transform. B Carlson. Network Analysis and Synthesis. Hybrid and Transmission parameters – Interrelationships among parameter sets . Ceneage Learning 28. Basic Circuit Theory. Basic Circuit Theory. M E.PHI 31.Bode Plots – First order and Second order factors. DeCarlo. parallel and cascade. Introductory Circuit Analysis . W H.Network theorems applied to the transformed circuit – Network Functions: Driving point and Transfer functions .Boylestad . References 25. PHI 29. Robert L. inductance and mutual inductance – Impedance and Admittance in the transform domain – Node and Mesh analysis of the transformed circuit .Transformation of a circuit into s-domain – Transformed equivalent of resistance. Hayt. OUP 27. Van Valkenburg. Admittance. PHI 30. capacitance. Engineering Circuit Analysis.

Voltage Multiplier Circuits. Capacitor filters analysis.definition of stability factors – derivation of stability factors for I co variation – bias compensation –compensation for I CO and V BE. RC Filter: DC Operation. Applications of BJT: Relay Driver. photodiode: working principle and application. Special purpose diodes: Zener diode – Volt-Ampere characteristics –Varactor diode. Transistor Switch. RC coupled amplifier: working. Bias Stabilization: bias stability. . self and Voltage Divider bias circuit. voltage equations.IC010 304(N): ANALOG DEVICES & CIRCUITS Teaching Scheme 3 Hours lecture and 1 Hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Aim: To introduce the concept of realizing circuits using active and passive devices for signal generation and amplification. Constant Current Source. To expose the students to study the different biasing and some transistors applications. To learn the wave shaping and wave generating circuits. analysis and design – phase and frequency response Small Signal Analysis of CE. AC Operation. analysis and design. Objectives To know about the special purpose diodes with some of its application. To study the Feedback Amplifiers and Power Amplifiers. Full wave and Bridge Rectifier. To get introduce with the FET’s & Small Signal Analysis. Module-II: BJT DC Biasing of BJT’S: Operating Point. CC & CB amplifier. Module-I: Diode Applications PN Diode applications: Half wave. Fixed.

Module-V: Wave Shaping Circuits and Wave Generation Circuits Wave shaping circuits: clipping –clamping – RC integration – RC differentiation – transistor as a switch – astable multivibrator – working and design –Regulated power supplies: Series and Shunt. (ii)David A.design of regulated power supplies for specified output conditions.IC regulated power supply Text Books: (i) “Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory” – Boylestad. Module-IV: Power Amplifiers & Oscillators Power Amplifiers: Class-A.Depletion and Enhancement type MOSFET. Nashelsky. 2003. IV Edition. Feed back in amplifier circuits: Characteristics of negative feedback amplifiers – Voltage / current. 1991. Reference Books: (i)Jacob Millman & Christos. Tata McGraw Hill. Operation and Characteristics. Tata McGraw Hill. ‘Integrated Electronics: Analog and Digital Circuits and System’. B & AB amplifiers.Halkias. Bell. (ii)Donald L.current limiting. ‘Electronic Devices & Circuits’. series/shunt feedback – Theory of sinusoidal oscillators – Phase shift and Wien bridge oscillators – Colpitts. Push Pull Amplifiers. Types of FET’s: MOSFET.short circuit protection.C. 3rd Edition. Transfer Characteristics.Schilling and Charles Belove. . FET Biasing. Prentice Hall of India/Pearson Education. ‘Electronic Circuits’. 2003. Hartley and crystal oscillators. Prentice Hall India.Module-III: FET Field Effect Transistors: Construction & Characteristics of JFET’s. Eighth printing.

Methods of measurement. Electrical and electronics instruments.Mechanical. Module-III: Measurement of Power and Energy Electrodynamometer type wattmeter – Theory & its errors – Methods of correction – LPF wattmeter – Phantom loading – Induction type KWH meter – Calibration of wattmeter. energy meter. To Emphasis laid on the measurement of voltage and current. calibration. construction. dynamometer.Direct methods.Significance of measurements.Classification of instruments. D’Arsonval galvanometer – Theory. Objectives: To make the students to gain a clear knowledge of the basic laws governing the operation of electrical instruments and the measurement techniques. Credit: 4 Module-I: Basic Instrumentation Measurements.Primary sensing element.Type of instrument systems.Deflection and Null type instruments. rectifier type – Extension of range and calibration of voltmeter and ammeter – Errors and compensation. application – Principle. operation and comparison of moving coil. . To have an adequate knowledge in the measurement of power and energy. induction type & thermal type meter.Elements of generalized measurement system.IC010 305(N): BASIC INSTRUMENTATION & MEASUREMENTS ENGINEERING Teaching Scheme 3 Hours lecture and 1 Hour tutorial per week Aim: To provide adequate knowledge in electrical measurements and instrumentation. Indirect methods. interfering inputs.application of measurement systems. variable conversion element. methods of correction for interfering and modifying inputs. modifying inputs.Desired inputs.Analog and digital modes of operationfunctions of instruments and measurements systems. Module-II: Measurement of Voltage and Current Galvanometers – Ballistic. data presentation element. To know the various methods for measurement of resistances and impedance. moving iron meters.Input output configuration of measuring instruments and measurement systems. To study the concepts of Basic Instrumentation. To study the potentiometer & instrument transformers. information and signal processing.

medium & high resistance – Ammeter. Tata McGraw Hill. ‘Electrical & Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation’. characteristics. Sawhney. ‘A Course in Electronic and Electrical Measurements and Instrumentation’. S.C. Module-V: Resistance & Impedance Measurement Measurement of low. H. Reissland. 3.C bridges – Measurement of inductance.Widdis. Dhanpath Rai & Co (P) Ltd.T and V.H.Kalsi. A. ‘Electrical Measurements & Measuring Instruments’. A. phasor diagram. ‘Electrical Measurement’. J. capacitance – Q of coil – Maxwell Bridge – Wein’s bridge – Hey’s bridge – Schering Bridge – Anderson Bridge. 1995. Martia U. E. Text Books 1.T construction. Kataria & Sons. operation. Delhi..B.Gupta.S. 2003. voltmeter method –Wheatstone bridge – Kelvin double bridge – High resistance measurement – Megger –methods –– Earth resistance measurement. 2004. 2001. A. ‘Industrial Instrumentation and control’. . 2003.Wheeler & Co.Module-IV: Potentiometers & Instrument Transformers DC potentiometer – Basic circuit. 1994. ‘Electronic Instrumentation’. error elimination – Applications. standardization – Laboratory type (Crompton’s) – AC potentiometer – Drysdale (polar type) type – Gall-Tinsley (coordinate) type – Limitations & applications – C. Reference Books 1. 2.Golding & F.K. 4. testing. S.K.Singh. New Age International (P) Ltd. Tata McGraw Hill.K. theory. 2.W.

statements .Relational and Logical operators . printf .data types .identifiers and keywords .Data input and output .Data types constants .array and strings.Recursion.getchar – putchar.specifying argument .user defined data types .Features of a good program.passing arrays in a function – multi dimensional arrays .do while .processing a structure .processing an array .symbolic constantsarithmetic operators .accessing a function .passing arguments to a function . Algorithms – Flowchart.Steps in Computer programming .Automatic variables .for .The character set . Module 3 (12 hrs) Program structure: storage classes .pointers and multi dimensional arrays – passing functions to other functions.The comma operator .external variables .gets and puts functions interactive programming.defining a function . Structures and unions: defining a structure . Module 4 (12hrs) Pointers: Fundamentals .break .Library functions .multi file programs.expressions . Module 2 (12 hrs) Control Statements: While .declarations .a brief overview .passing structure to a function – self referential structures unions. Introduction to C: C fundamentals .go to statement.nested loops -if else switch.operations on pointers . Functions .passing pointers to a function . scanf.variables and arrays .function prototypes . Arrays: defining an array .IC010 306 Computer Programming (Common to LASN) L T P : 3 1 0 4 credits Objectives To develop the programming skill using C Module 1 (12 hrs) Problem solving with digital Computer .continue .pointer declaration . .pointers and one dimensional arrays .The conditional operator .

“The C programming language:”. 27.processing a data file.enumeration . 28. Byron Gottfried. PHI. Schaum’s Outlines . Kochan . 25.macros . Venkateshmurthy . Ashok N Kanthane .Tata Mc. “A book on C” . “Programming with ANSI and Turbo C”. 26. Tata Mc Graw Hill. “Programming Techniques through C”:. . Al Kelley. Programming with C. 24.Module 5 (12 hrs) Data files: Opening and closing of a data file . Pearson Education. Pearson Education. Stephen C.Graw Hill. Kernighan & Ritchie . CBS publishers. low level programming . “Programming in C” .the C pre-processor.register variables – bit wise operation .bit fields . “Programming in C” . Pearson Education. Balaguruswamy . References 22.command line parameters . Ira Pohl .creating a data file . 23.

Credits: 2 . Voltage regulation using a zener diode. Forward characteristic curves of a rectifier diode (1N 4000 series). Clamping Circuits a) basic clamping b) biased clamping c) voltage doublers. introducing the students to the proper use of tools. use and care of the test & measuring instruments (multimeter. 6. BC547 B/C) 7. oscilloscope. 3. signal generator. a) line regulation b) load regulation 4. b) full wave with and without capacitive filters Bipolar Junction Transistor Experiments (BC107 A/B/C.half wave & full wave. 2. Common base characteristic curves. Clipping Circuits a) series clipping b) biased series clipping c) shunt clipping d) biased shunt clipping 5. Rectifier circuits a) half wave with and without capacitive filters. Forward & reverse characteristic curves of a zener diode.IC010 307(N): BASIC ELECTRONICS LABORATORY Teaching Scheme 3 Hours Practical per week Aim: To study the characteristics of various solid state devices Experiments: Note: The first laboratory session to start with a lecture and demonstration class. Diode Experiments 1. power supply etc) and using the breadboard.

. 14. Common emitter characteristic curves. Locate the Q points for different transistors and learn the circuit stability. Base (fixed) bias circuit a. Common collector characteristic curves. a) Input curve b) Output curve c) To determine the common emitter current gain (β) from the output curve 9.a) Input curve b) Output curve c) To determine the common base current gain (α ) from the output curve 8. Collector feedback bias circuit a. Transistor Biasing Experiments 3. Draw the load line. Emitter bias circuit (dual supply) a. 13. Transfer characteristic curve (ID vs VGS). BFW 11) 1. a) To determine the pinch off voltage from the above curves. b. b. Draw the load line. Locate the Q points for different transistors and learn the circuit stability. a) Input curve b) Output curve Field Effect Transistors (BFW 10. 2. Drain characteristic curve (ID vs VDS). Draw the load line.

b. ------------------------------ . Locate the Q points for different transistors and learn the circuit stability. To Design and implement an astable multivibrator. 18. Voltage divider bias circuit a. b. To Design and implement a series transistor voltage regulator and study its regulation. 16. 15. To Design and implement a RC coupled CE amplifier & plot its frequency response. 19. Photo diode & photo transistor characteristics. 17. Locate the Q points for different transistors and learn the circuit stability. Draw the load line.

arrays. structures. C++. .IC010 308 Programming Lab (C. Computer hardware familiarization. functions. Familiarization/installation of common operating systems and application software. operating systems and commonly used software packages To learn computer programming and debugging Part 1 7. pointers and files. Part 2 Programming Experiments in C/C++: Programming experiments in C/C++ to cover control structures. Matlab) (Common to LASN) Teaching scheme 3 hours practical per week Credits: 2 Objectives To familiarize with computer hardware. 8.

Mechanical Engineering .

EN010301A ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II 2-2-0 (common to all branches except CS & IT) credits 4 MODULE 1 Vector differential calculus ( 12 hours) Scalar and vector fields – gradient-physical meaning.interpolation using Newtons forward and backward formula – problems using Stirlings formula.Numerical Methods. B. Mathematics -Pearson. 50.Taneja Advanced Engg.directional derivative-divergence an curl physical meaning-scalar potential conservative field.Higher Engg.International .McGraw Hill 55. H. Grewal – Higher Engg. .inverse transformation – solution of 1st and 2nd order difference equations with constant coifficients using Z transforms.Numerical methods in science and Engg -National publishing co 53. Reference 49.Veerarajan and T. Mathematics .identities . K Venkataraman. 56.work done by a force along a path-surface and volume integral-application of Greens theorem. Mathematics – McGraw Hill 52.C. Ramana . convolution property . T.Ramachandran. Erwin Kreyszing – Advance Engg. ∇ .S. and . Mathematics – Wiley Eastern Ltd. B. S.Khanna Publishers 51. Stokes theorem and Gauss divergence theorem Finite difference operators ∆.S Sastry .Introductory methods of Numerical Analysis -PHI 54.simple problems MODULE 2 Vector integral calculus ( 12 hours) Line integral .K. Lagrange’s formula and Newton’s divided difference formula MODULE 3 Finite differences ( 12 hours) MODULE 4 Difference Calculus ( 12 hours) Numerical differentiation using Newtons forward and backward formula – Numerical integration – Newton’s – cotes formula – Trapezoidal rule – Simpsons 1/3rd and 3/8th rule – Difference equations – solution of difference equation MODULE 5 Z Transforms ( 12 hours) Definition of Z transforms – transform of polynomial function and trignometric functions – shifting property . Mathematics Vol I – I.V. Babu Ram – Engg.

impact and incidence. Privatisation-reasons-disinvestment of public sector undertakings. NI.merits of direct and indirect taxes-progressive and regressive taxes-canons of taxation-functions of tax system. The information technology industry in India-future prospects Module III (6 hours) Direct and indirect taxes. NNP.Role of Small Industries Development Bank of India and National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development The stock market-functions-problems faced by the stock market in India-mutual funds Module II (6 hours) Multinational corporations in India-impact of MNC’s in the Indian economy.tax evasion-reasons for tax evasion in India-consequences-steps to control tax evasion Deficit financing-role-problems associated with deficit financing Module IV (5 hours) National income-concepts-GNP. Globalisationnecessity-consequences.EN010 302 Economics and Communication Skills (Common to all branches) Teaching scheme 2hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Objectives To impart a sound knowledge of the fundamentals of Economics. Credits: 4(3+1) Economics Module I (7 hours) Reserve Bank of India-functions-credit control-quantitative and qualitative techniques Commercial banks-functions. PI and DPI-methods of estimating national incomedifficulties in estimating national income Inflation-demand pull and cost push-effects of inflation-government measures to control inflation .

Module V (6 hours) International trade-case for free trade-case for protectionism Balance of payments-causes of disequilibrium in India’s BOP-General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade-effect of TRIPS and TRIMS in the Indian economy-impact of WTO decisions on Indian industry Text Books 1. Ruddar Datt, Indian Economy, S.Chand and Company Ltd. 2. K.K.Dewett, Modern Economic Theory, S.Chand and Company Ltd. References 1. Paul Samuelson, Economics, Tata McGraw Hill 2. Terence Byres, The Indian Economy, Oxford University Press 3. S.K.Ray, The Indian economy, Prentice Hall of India 4. Campbell McConnel, Economics, Tata McGraw Hill

Communication Skills

Objectives To improve Language Proficiency of the Engineering students To enable them to express themselves fluently and appropriately in social and professional contexts To equip them with the components of different forms of writing

MODULE – 1 (15 hours) INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION Communication nature and process, Types of communication - Verbal and Non verbal, Communication Flow-Upward, Downward and Horizontal, Importance of communication skills in society, Listening skills, Reading comprehension, Presentation Techniques, Group Discussion, Interview skills, Soft skills

MODULE – II (15 hours) TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION Technical writing skills- Vocabulary enhancement-synonyms, Word Formation-suffix, affix, prefix, Business letters, Emails, Job Application, Curriculum Vitae, Report writing- Types of reports Note: No university examination for communication skills. There will be internal evaluation for 1 credit.

REFERENCES 41. The functional aspects of communication skills, P.Prasad and Rajendra K. Sharma, S.K. Kataria and sons, 2007 42. Communication skills for Engineers and Scientists, Sangeeta Sharma and Binod Mishra, PHI Learning private limited, 2010 43. Professional Communication, Kumkum Bhardwaj, I.K. International (P) House limited, 2008 44. English for technical Communication, Aysha Viswamohan, Tata Mc Graw Publishing company limited, 2008

**ME010 303: Fluid Mechanics
**

(Common with AN010 303 & PE010 303)

Teaching scheme 2 hours lecture and 2 hour tutorial per week

Credits: 4

Objectives To impart the basic concepts of fluid mechanics by providing exposure to diverse real world engineering examples. To develop understanding about basic laws and equations used for analysis of static and dynamic fluids. Module I (15 hours) Introduction and basic concepts-properties of fluids-density, specific gravity, specific weight, specific volume, capillarity, surface tension, compressibility, bulk modulus, viscosity-Newtonian and non Newtonian fluids. Fluid statics: pressure-variation of pressure-absolute and guage pressure- Pascal’s law, manometers- hydrostatic force on plane and curved surfaces-buoyancy and floatation- stability of submerged and floating bodies-metacentric height. Module II (12 hours) Euler’s momentum equation-Bernoulli’s equation and its limitations-momentum and energy correction factors-applications of Bernoulli’s equation-venturimeter, orifice meter, pitot tube, orifices and mouthpieces, notches and weirs-rotameter. Module III (10 hours) Flow through pipes-laminar and turbulent flow in pipes-critical Reylond’s number- Darcy Weisbach equation-hydraulic radius-power transmission through pipes-losses in pipes-pipes in series pipes in parallel-hydraulic gradient line and total energy line-equivalent pipe--moody’s diagram-water hammer. Open channel flow-Chezy’s equation-most economical cross section-hydraulic jump.

Module IV (12 hours) Fluid kinematics-Eulerian and Lagrangian approaches-classification of fluid flow-graphical description of flow pattern-stream lines, path lines, streak lines, stream tubes-velocity and acceleration in fluid flow-continuity equation. Ideal fluids-rotational and irrotational flow-circulation and vorticity-potential function and stream function, basic flow fields-uniform flow. Source, sink, doublet, vortex, spiral flow, flow past a cylinder with circulation-Magnus effect-Joukowski theorem.

Module V (11 hours) Boundary layer-boundary layer flow theory- boundary layer over flat plate- boundary layer thickness-displacement, momentum and energy thickness-boundary layer separation-methods of controlling-wake-drag force on a rectangular plate-pressure drag-friction drag-total dragstreamlined body-bluff body, lift and drag force on an aerofoil-characteristics-work done. Hagen-Poiseuille equation.

Text Books

15. Yunus A. Cengel and John M. Cimbala, Fluid Mechanics, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi 16. R.K.Rajput, Fluid Mechanics, S Chand and Company, New Delhi

Reference Books

15. Douglas, Fluid Mechanics, Pearson Education, New Delhi 16. Shames I.H, Fluid Mechanics, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi 17. D. S .Kumar , Fluid Mechanics, S. K. Kataria & Sons, New Delhi 18. White F.M, Fluid Mechanics, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi 19. S. K. Som & G Biswas, Fluid Mechanics, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi 20. R. K. Bhansal, Fluid Mechanics& Hydraulic Machines, Laxmi Publications, New Delhi 21. B.S Massey, Fluid Mechanics, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi 22. Mody & Seth, Fluid Mechanics& Hydraulic Machines, Laxmi Publications, New Delhi 23. F.M. Streeter, Fluid Mechanics, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi 24. Jagdishlal , Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulics, Metropolitan Book Co., New Delhi

atomic structure. grain size. coefficient of thermal expansion and attributes of modulus of elasticity in metal cutting process . forest of dislocation. FCC.Crystal. modulus of elasticity. of metals with mechanical behaviour.Slip.Effects of crystalline and amorphous structure on mechanical properties Determination of atomic packing factor of SC. work hardening.ME010 304: Metallurgy and Material Science (Common with PE010 304 and AU010 304) Teaching scheme 3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objectives To provide physical concepts of atomic radius.Miller Indices:.. role of surface defects on crack initiation .Secondary bonds:classification. correlation of . brittleness of BCC. Schmid's law. twinning. Module 1 (12 hours) Atomic structure:. FCC. heat treatment etc. kink. coordination number.Deeper energy well bond and shallow energy well bond. Metallic bond: conductivity.BCC. densities Polymorphism and allotropy slip system with slip in metals. jog.slip system.Covalent and Ionic bond: bond energy with strength.types of dislocation. density. space lattice. chemical bonds. non directional bonding – Specific properties of bonding:. cohesive force. HCP structures . To understand the causes of metal failure and deformation To determine properties of unknown materials and develop an awareness to apply this knowledge in material design. climb. hydrogen bond. HCP and ductility of FCC . cross slip.Burgers vector .Correlation of atomic radius to strength. lustrous. BCC. density. electron configurations (basic only) Primary bonds:. Module 2 (12 hours) Classification of crystal imperfections: . ductility. unit cell . specific heat etc. source of dislocation.Modes of plastic deformation:. Crystallography:. opaque. melting temperature. crystal structure. directional and non-directional bonding.short and long range order .

Bauschiner effect and attributes in metal forming. dispersion hardening . laser and electron beam hardening processes.Equilibrium diagrams reactions:. Nitriding. eutectic.TTT diagrams . spheroidizing . applications . normalizing.Coring .Hardenability.lever rule and Gibb`s phase rule . re-crystallization temperature. significance high and low angle grain boundaries on dislocation . applications of diffusion in mechanical engineering. precipitation strengthening and over ageing. Module 3 (12 hours) Phase diagrams: . Heat treatment:. effect of stored energy. Hume Rothery`s rule . driving force for grain growth .Limitations of pure metals and need of alloying . grain boundary irregularity Effects of grain size. martempering and ausforming .Definition and necessity . special features of martensite transformation. peritectoid . induction. Flame.Diffusion in solids.classification of alloys. recovery. interlamellar spacing of pearlite to strength etc. solid solutions.carburizing processes. spheroidite etc.Petch equation. re-crystallization.ray diffraction method . peritectic.Significance of Frank and Read source in metals deformation . Jominy end quench test..Tempering:.Types of Strengthening mechanisms:. under cooling.austermpering. effect of grain size. mechanisms.monotectic. . ferrite.Cold working: Detailed discussion on strain hardening. ledeburite. bainite.Hall . hardening. Solid solution hardening. eutectoid.Correlation of dislocation density with strength and nano concept .hot working .Mechanism of crystallization: Homogeneous and heterogeneous nuclei formation. grain orientation on dislocation/strength and creep resistance . work hardening..Detailed discussion on Iron-Carbon equilibrium diagram with microstructure and properties changes in austenite.critical cooling rate (CCT) annealing.crystal structure determination by X . multi-phase equilibrium diagrams .– polishing and etching to determine the microstructure . dendritic growth. grain size distribution. grain shape. fick’s laws. cementite. applications – hardness and microhardness tests .grain size reduction.surface hardening methods:.single phase.

intergranular fracture .Fracture toughness (definition only) .Factors affecting fatigue strength: stress concentration.Super plasticity: applications. Chromium steels etc. . Tungsten. Titanium. Chromium. Magnesium.Ductile to brittle transition temperature (DBTT) in steels .Effect of impact loading on ductile material and its application in forging etc.Fatigue:. growth.Griffith theory of brittle fracture .Molybdenum.stress concentration. stress raiser – Effect of plastic deformation on crack propagation – transgranular.Characteristics of fatigue failure. grey. size effect. retardation of the transformation rates. applications.Module 4 (12 hours) Alloy steels:. Vanadium.Creep curves – creep tests. surface roughness.Aluminum. reference shall be made to the phase diagrams whenever necessary. properties and applications – Principal Non ferrous Alloys: .Cast irons: Classifications. Module 5 (12 hours) Fracture: – Brittle and ductile fracture .prevention against creep. improvement in corrosion resistance.Mo and W types.threshold for creep . study of composition. formation and stability of carbides. Cobalt. grain growth. composition.Creep:.Stress cycles – Primary and secondary stress raisers . polymorphic transformation temperature. Nickel. .Enhancement of steel properties by adding alloying elements:. Copper. white. effect of different alloying elements in HSS . mechanical properties – Nickel steels. thermal fatigue and its applications in metal cutting – Mechanism of fatigue failure – structural features of fatigue:. change in surface properties. microstructure. malleable and spheroidal graphite cast iron. Nickel. properties.Effects of alloying elements on: dislocation movement. grain boundary sliding – Mechanism of creep deformation . microstructure. displacement of the eutectoid point. Silicon. surface residual stress -Ways to improve fatigue life – effect of temperature on fatigue. Copper and Lead – High speed steels:.crack initiation. propagation – fatigue tests .Structural change:deformation by slip. sub-grain formation. S-N curve .

II and III . 8.al. Raghavan V.Physical metallurgy for Engineers – Van Nostrand. Higgins R. .Addison Wesley. 10. Robert – Physical Metallurgy Principles – East West Press. Callister William.W. Manas Chanda . 10. – Material Science and Engineering – John Wiley. 9. Reference Books 6. 8. – Mechanical Metallurgy – McGraw Hill. 6. Richards C.Vol I.Macmillan Reed Hill E. – Engineering Material Science. Clark and Varney . Introduction to Physical Metallurgy – Tata McGraw Hill. . et.A. Dieter George E.C.Prentice Hall.Text Books 6.Material Science and Engineering . 7.Science to Engineering Materials . Van Vlack – Elements of Material Science . 9. Anderson J. 7. India. D. – Material Science for Engineers – Chapman and Hall. – Engineering Metallurgy part .I – ELBS.

Constants and Variables. Linear Linked List. OR. Command Line Arguments Module V (10 hours) Different types of Files. Addition. Reallocation of Memory. Structure and Union. Usage of bitwise AND. Evaluation of ex. Storage Classes. Conditional Operator. Logical Operators. Sorting of Strings. Array of Pointers. Macros. Transpose and Multiplication). Various String Handling Functions. Recursion. Moving of File Pointer in a File. Insertion and Deletion of Nodes from a Linked List. Array of Structures. Type Casting.ME010 305: Programming in C (Common with PE010 305 and AU010 305) Teaching scheme 3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objectives To impart advanced knowledge in programming in C language Module I (15 hours) Introduction to computer programming. Branching Instructions. Appending and Rewriting of Text and Binary Files. Dynamic Memory Allocation. Module II (10 hours) Arrays. One Dimensional Arrays. Circular Linked List. Selection Sorting. break and continue instructions. Call by Reference Method. Shift Left and Shift Right Operations . Call by Value Method. Nested Loops. cos(x) Numerical Integration using Trapezoidal and Simpson’s rules. XOR. Matrix Operations (Addition. while and do-while. Writing. Double Linked List. Scope of Variables. Pointer to an Array. Relational Operators. NOT. Binary Searching. Module III (10 hours) Functions. Writing Macros for Simple Operations. Loops – for. Various I/O functions. Module IV (15 hours) Declaration of Pointers. Switch statement. Multidimensional Arrays. Writing Different String Handling Functions Using Simple Functions and Functions with Recursive Calls. Self Referential Structure. Escape Sequences. Passing One Dimensional and Multidimensional Arrays to a Function. Precedence of Operators. Reading. Data types. Pointer to a Pointer. Transfer of Data in Blocks. Quick Sorting. Stack. Pointer to a Structure. sin(x). Preprocessor Directive. Mathematical Operators.

How to Program C 27. Programming in ANSI C. Deitel.Gottfried. Kamthane. Text Books Bryon S.17. Balaguruswamy. Programming with ANSI and Turbo C . 26. Programming with C Language. Reference Books 25.

shear and bearing loads-Axial and shear strains – Simple stresses and strains: Material behavior .economic sections beams of uniform strength. simply supported and overhanging beams concentrated and U. Module III (15 hours) Stresses in beams: Pure bending . AU010 306(CE) and PO010 306(CE)) Teaching Scheme:3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objectives To study internal effects produced and deformations of bodies caused by externally applied forces. Module I (15 hours) Introduction to analysis of deformable bodies:stresses due to normal.assumptions and limitations. Hooke's law for linearly elastic isotropic material.Temperature stresses Module II (10 hours) Bending moment and shear force: Cantilever.uniaxial tension test . Elastic constants .flexure formula for beams .ME010 306(CE) Strength of Materials & Structural Engineering (Common with PE010 306(CE).assumptions and limitations singularity functions .D loading(analytical method) Relation between load shear force and bending moment.flexural rigidity . Deflection of beams: Moment-curvature relation .Macaulays method . .stress-strain diagrams.Bars of varying cross section -Composite sectionsEquilibrium and compatibility conditions.assumptions and limitations -section modulus .moment area method for simple cases. To understand the stresses and strains in different materials and analyse strength characteristic of structural members. Shearing stress formula for beams .relation between them .

Part 1. Strength of Materials.$th Edn. Theory of columns: Buckling theory -Euler's formula for long columns . Combined axial. 19. Lakshmi Publications.assumptions and limitations . Shames IH . Text Books Timoshenko.S. . Prentice Hall of India..effect of end conditions .Van Nostrand company.torsional rigidity . Mott. Applied strength of materials. Module V (10 hours) Combined stresses: Principal stresses and planes-Mohr's circle representation of stress in 2D problems.A .K. Bansal R.P.slenderness ratio . Pressure vessels: Thin and thick cylinders-Lame's equation-stresses in thick cylinders due to internal pressure – compound pipes. Nash.D. 9. Inc.M. James. Strength of Materials. Mechanics of Materials. Robert L. Engineering Mechanics of solids.. Prentice Hall of India. 21.P.Rankine's formula for intermediate columns -Eccentric loading of columns . Introduction to Solid Mechanics.W.Newyork. New Delhi. flexural and torsional loads. Strength of Materials. 5th Edn. New Delhi.economic cross-sections.kern of a section (rectangular and circular section). Use of strain gage rosettes. Popov E. Reference Books 7. TMH 8. Cengage Learning. 20. Schaum’s Outlines. Pitarresi. 18..Module IV (10 hours) Torsion: Torsion theory of elastic circular bars – solid and hollow shaft assumptions and limitations . James M .polar modulus. Prentice Hall of India. Gere.

xv.Regularity in the class End Semester Examination (Maximum Marks-100) 70% . To obtain exposure to computer programming languages for technical computation like MatLab Programming experiments in C to cover control structures functions. lines and words Checking leap year Finding sum of digits and reversing a number Generating Prime numbers. xx. arrays. xxiii. editors. results. xxi. tabulation. xiv. xix. Fibonacci numbers and Angstrom numbers Sine and Cosine series generation Implementation of Numerical Integration using Simpson’s and Trapezoidal rules Sorting of numbers.Viva voce . Counting characters. xvii.Test/s 20%. conducting experiment. xvi. strings and records Matrix addition and multiplication Implementation of dynamic memory allocation Implementation of linked lists Problems related to files Problems related to command line arguments Internal Continuous Assessment (Maximum Marks-50) 50%-Laboratory practical and record 30%. xxiv. file directories.ME010 307: Computer Programming Lab (Common with PE010 408 and AU010 307 ) Objectives To provide experience in programming with C language To familiarize with operating systems.Procedure. compilers and file managers etc. and inference 30% . xviii. . pointers and files xiii. xxii. structures.

Determination of Darcy’s constant and Chezy’s constant for pipe flow.Test/s 20%. Determination of hydraulic coefficients of orifices and mouthpieces under constant head method and time of emptying method. tabulation. and inference 30% .ME010 308: Fluid Mechanics Lab (Common with AN010 308 . Experimental verification of Bernoulli’s theorem. Determination of Chezy’s constant and Manning’s number for open channel flow. Determination of critical velocity in pipe flow.Procedure. Study the use of different types of taps.Viva voce . Internal Continuous Assessment (Maximum Marks-50) 50%-Laboratory practical and record 30%. pitot tube. Calibration of discharge measuring equipments in open channel flow like rectangular and triangular notches. watermeter etc. conducting experiment. Calibration of Plug –Sluices. results. Study and acquire a thorough knowledge of the various pipe fittings and plumbing tools.Regularity in the class End Semester Examination (Maximum Marks-100) 70% . orificemeter. Determination of minor losses in pipe flow. Calibration of discharge measuring equipments in closed conduits like venturimeter. Study the various measuring instruments like gauges. watermeters and current meters. valves. Determination of metacentric height and radius of gyration of floating bodies. PE010 308 and AU010 308 ) Teaching scheme 3 hours practical per week Credits: 2 Objectives To provide exposure to the actual flow process and various instruments adopted for flow measurement .

Polymer Engineering .

International . Lagrange’s formula and Newton’s divided difference formula MODULE 3 MODULE 4 Difference Calculus ( 12 hours) Finite differences ( 12 hours) Numerical differentiation using Newtons forward and backward formula – Numerical integration – Newton’s – cotes formula – Trapezoidal rule – Simpsons 1/3rd and 3/8th rule – Difference equations – solution of difference equation MODULE 5 Z transforms ( 12 hours) Definition of Z transforms – transform of polynomial function and trignometric functions – shifting property .C. 24.S Sastry . Mathematics – McGraw Hill 20. Mathematics Vol I – I.Higher Engg. H. Mathematics – Wiley Eastern Ltd.K. Babu Ram – Engg.inverse transformation – solution of 1st and 2nd order difference equations with constant coifficients using Z transforms. 18. Mathematics -Pearson.Numerical Methods. T. ∇ .Introductory methods of Numerical Analysis -PHI 22. K Venkataraman. Erwin Kreyszing – Advance Engg.McGraw Hill 23. B. B.interpolation using Newtons forward and backward formula – problems using Stirlings formula.work done by a force along a path-surface and volume integral-application of Greens theorem.V. . and . Grewal – Higher Engg.Numerical methods in science and Engg -National publishing co 21. Mathematics .Veerarajan and T. S.identities .S.simple problems MODULE 2 Vector integral calculus ( 12 hours) Line integral .directional derivative-divergence an curl physical meaning-scalar potential conservative field. Reference 17.Khanna Publishers 19.Ramachandran. Ramana . convolution property .EN010301A 2-2-0 MODULE 1 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II credits 4 ( 12 hours) (common to all branches except CS & IT) Vector differential calculus Scalar and vector fields – gradient-physical meaning.Taneja Advanced Engg. Stokes theorem and Gauss divergence theorem Finite difference operators ∆.

Privatisation-reasons-disinvestment of public sector undertakings The information technology industry in India-future prospects Module III (6 hours) Direct and indirect taxes. Economics Module I (7 hours) Reserve Bank of India-functions-credit control-quantitative and qualitative techniques Commercial banks-functions. Globalisationnecessity-consequences.merits of direct and indirect taxes-progressive and regressive taxes-canons of taxation-functions of tax system.tax evasion-reasons for tax evasion in India-consequences-steps to control tax evasion Deficit financing-role-problems associated with deficit financing Module IV (5 hours) National income-concepts-GNP.EN010 302 Economics and Communication Skills (Common to all branches) Teaching scheme 2hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Objectives To impart a sound knowledge of the fundamentals of Economics. NI. NNP.impact and incidence.Role of Small Industries Development Bank of India and National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development The stock market-functions-problems faced by the stock market in India-mutual funds Module II (6 hours) Multinational corporations in India-impact of MNC’s in the Indian economy. PI and DPI-methods of estimating national incomedifficulties in estimating national income Inflation-demand pull and cost push-effects of inflation-government measures to control inflation Credits: 4(3+1) .

Tata McGraw Hill 2. Downward and Horizontal. Presentation Techniques. Interview skills. Types of communication . Ruddar Datt. Reading comprehension.Module V (6 hours) International trade-case for free trade-case for protectionism Balance of payments-causes of disequilibrium in India’s BOP-General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade-effect of TRIPS and TRIMS in the Indian economy-impact of WTO decisions on Indian industry Text Books 1. Economics.Chand and Company Ltd. Economics. Prentice Hall of India 4. Campbell McConnel.Verbal and Non verbal.Chand and Company Ltd. Modern Economic Theory. 2. The Indian economy. Communication Flow-Upward. Group Discussion. Indian Economy.K. Importance of communication skills in society. Paul Samuelson.K. Terence Byres.Ray.Dewett. Soft skills . S. Listening skills. Oxford University Press 3. References 1. K. The Indian Economy. S. S. Tata McGraw Hill Communication Skills Objectives To improve Language Proficiency of the Engineering students To enable them to express themselves fluently and appropriately in social and professional contexts To equip them with the components of different forms of writing MODULE – 1 (15 hours) INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION Communication nature and process.

P. 2010 47. prefix. 2007 46. Professional Communication. 2008 48. REFERENCES 45. Emails. affix.Vocabulary enhancement-synonyms. Curriculum Vitae.Prasad and Rajendra K. Business letters. Sangeeta Sharma and Binod Mishra. Sharma. Kumkum Bhardwaj.K. Tata Mc Graw Publishing company limited. The functional aspects of communication skills. Kataria and sons. Aysha Viswamohan. English for technical Communication. I. S. Word Formation-suffix.K. Communication skills for Engineers and Scientists. Report writing.Types of reports Note: No university examination for communication skills. International (P) House limited. 2008 . There will be internal evaluation for 1 credit.MODULE – II (15 hours) TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION Technical writing skills. Job Application. PHI Learning private limited.

inhibition. autoacceleration. polymerisability. simple numerical problems to illustrate average molecular weight. Carother’s equation. gelation. mechanism and kinetics of free radical polymerization. viscosity average. degree of polymerization. Differences between polymer and low molecular weight systems. copolymer equation . vapour phase osmometry. synthetic polymer. ultracentrifugation. molecular weight distribution. branched polymer. Idea about linear polymer. ladder polymer. cationic polymerization and anionic polymerization. coordination polymerisation. light scattering.I Teaching scheme 2 hours lecture and 2 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objectives To impart the fundamental concepts of polymeric materials To familiarize polymerization reaction mechanisms and kinetics Module 1 (10 hours) Importance in everyday life. monomer reactivity ratio. homochain polymer and hetero-atomic chain polymers. basic principles of the following methods: end group analysis. chain transfer Module 4 (15 hours) Condensation polymerisation. inorganic polymer and biopolymer.examples for natural polymer. osmometry. Different averages in polymer molecular weightNumber average. crosslinked polymer. colligative property measurements. polydispersity index. z. viscometry and gel permeation chromatography Module 3 (10 hours) Addition polymerization. Nomenclature Module 2 (15 hours) Need for average polymer molecular weight. poly functional systems. homo polymer. different types of copolymers.average molecular weights. free radical initiators. control of molecular weight. copolymer.bi-functional systems.PO010 303: Polymer Science . weight average. ring opening polymerization. copolymerization. Ziegler-Natta catalysts. Functionality of monomers. Classification.

6. 5.M.Rodrigues. bulk polymerization. Introduction to Polymers. H. emulsion polymerization. London. interfacial polymerisation suspension References 1.Module 5 (10 hours) Polymerization techniques. 1991. Tata McGraw . Polymer science and Technology. Mc Graw Hill. Prentice Hall. Textbook of Polymer Science. New Delhi. Blackie.W. Fried. Polymers: Chemistry and Physics of Modern Materials. Lampe. F. F. Cowie. Wiley international publishers.Lovell. Joel R. J. 1990. polymerization. Allcock and F. Billmeyer. “ Principles of Polymer systems”. NJ. F. 8.R. Premamoy Ghosh. 1991. 7. 4. 2. R. Polymer Science and Technology of Plastics and Rubbers.Hill. 1971. 2nd Ed. 1984. “Contemporary Polymer Chemistry”. solution polymerization.Billmeyer. Wiley Interscience. 1995 3. “ Text Book of Polymer Science”. Chapman & Hall.W. 1970 .J.W. Prentice Hall 1981. Young and P..G.

mainframe. array passing in C function.PO010 304(CS): Computer Programming Teaching scheme 3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objectives To provide the basic concepts of computer hardware and software To generate C programming concept among the students Module 1 Computer fundamentals. variables. identifiers. parameter passing methods in C function. classification. passing pointers to a function. accessing array elements using pointers. compilation of C programs. flow charts and algorithms. Programming languages. assembly language and high level language. block schematic of personal computers. example for a simple C program Module 3 Arrays and structures: single and multidimensional arrays. function declaration and calling. character arrays and its initializations. concept of operating systems. assemblers Module 2 C Programming. Concept of software and hardware. Program development. classification. Declaration and initialisation of structure variables. output statements. break and continue statements. nested if. machine language. Example programs using structures. creating and processing a file . String and its initializations. input. arguments and local variables. Concept of recursive functions Module 5 Pointers and files: declaration. operator precedence and associativity. unions Module 4 Functions-concept. Compilers. Opening and closing a file. switch statements. keywords. arithmetic expressions. fundamental data types. operation on pointers. mini and microcomputers. Decision statements-if. Structure of a C program. array of structures and nested structures. Loop statements-for. do-while. Introduction to C programming language. while.

References 1.Kannetkar : Y. 4.S.Gottfried.P. 2.Kannetkar : Bryan.P. Programming in C Let us C Pointers in C Programming with C : E Balaguruswamy : Y. 3.Tata McGrawHill .

conformation. configuration. Lewis acid catalysis. and E1cb mechanisms). optical rotatory dispersion and circular dichroism. reactive intermediates in organic chemistry. free radicals. definition and classification. determination of configuration. racemisation and methods of resolution.PO010 305: Organic Chemistry Teaching scheme 3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objective To familiarize the organic reaction mechanisms and spectroscopic methods Module 1 (10 hours) Chemical bonding and molecular structure. carbanions. D. leaving group effects. SN1’. Nucleophilicity and basicity. Module 3 (10 hours) Rearrangement Reactions: common rearrangements in organic chemistry. substitution vs. chirality and optical activity. R and S. SNi. acids and bases. conformational analysis of acyclic and cyclic molecules. optical purity and enantiomeric excess. Module 2 (15 hours) Organic reaction mechanisms. SN2’ and borderline mechanisms. E/Z notation. configurational nomenclature. Detailed study of elimination reactions (E1. molecular representation. Substitution and Elimination reactions: detailed study of SN1. E2. SN2. Phase transfer catalysis and applications of crown ethers. elimination. Methods of determination of organic reaction mechanisms. stereo isomerism. solvent effects. carbenes and nitrenes. chiral synthesis. L. non-classical carbocations. concepts of dihedral angle. geometrical isomerism.carbocations. . introduction. inductive. rotation about bonds. torsional strain. interconversion of geometrical isomers. mesomeric and hyperconjugation effects. rearrangement of carbocations. neighboring group participation. Catalysis by acid & bases. stereocentre. electronic effects in organic molecules. Module 4 (15 hours) Isomerism of organic compounds: isomerism.

13C–NMR. New Delhi.Bahl and Arun Bhal. ELBS. 1996 4. B.1992 2. John Wiley & Sons.. Advanced Organic Chemistry.S. Ltd. Jerry March.Finar. problem solving approach. References 1. 5th edition. Textbook of Organic Chemistry. Organic Chemistry. Recent advances in NMR techniques. NMR. ESR spectroscopic techniques for the structure elucidation of organic compounds. 1992 . 15th edition. New york. Prentice Hall. New Delhi. 6th edition. Morrison & Boyd. Advanced Organic Chemistry.L. IR. 2 dimensional NMR spectroscopy. S. Chand & Co. I. 1998 3.Module 5 (10 hours) Organic Spectroscopy: principles and applications of UV.

moment area method for simple cases.economic sections beams of uniform strength.flexure formula for beams . Elastic constants .uniaxial tension test .flexural rigidity .assumptions and limitations singularity functions .stress-strain diagrams.assumptions and limitations.relation between them . AU010 306(CE) and PE010 306(CE)) Teaching Scheme:3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objectives To study internal effects produced and deformations of bodies caused by externally applied forces. Deflection of beams: Moment-curvature relation .PO010 306(CE) Strength of Materials & Structural Engineering (Common with ME010 306(CE).Temperature stresses Module II (10 hours) Bending moment and shear force: Cantilever. simply supported and overhanging beams concentrated and U.assumptions and limitations -section modulus . Module III (15 hours) Stresses in beams: Pure bending . Shearing stress formula for beams .Macaulays method . Module I (15 hours) Introduction to analysis of deformable bodies:stresses due to normal.Bars of varying cross section -Composite sectionsEquilibrium and compatibility conditions. . Hooke's law for linearly elastic isotropic material. shear and bearing loads-Axial and shear strains – Simple stresses and strains: Material behavior . To understand the stresses and strains in different materials and analyse strength characteristic of structural members.D loading(analytical method) Relation between load shear force and bending moment.

Pitarresi.polar modulus.Newyork. Introduction to Solid Mechanics.economic cross-sections.$th Edn.P. Module V (10 hours) Combined stresses: Principal stresses and planes-Mohr's circle representation of stress in 2D problems. Prentice Hall of India. Schaum’s Outlines. Prentice Hall of India. Pressure vessels: Thin and thick cylinders-Lame's equation-stresses in thick cylinders due to internal pressure – compound pipes. Inc. Strength of Materials.A .kern of a section (rectangular and circular section).M. 25. 22. Nash. Shames IH .Rankine's formula for intermediate columns -Eccentric loading of columns . Mott. Applied strength of materials. New Delhi. Use of strain gage rosettes. flexural and torsional loads. New Delhi.S.effect of end conditions . James.W. .Van Nostrand company..Module IV (10 hours) Torsion: Torsion theory of elastic circular bars – solid and hollow shaft assumptions and limitations .. Strength of Materials. James M .slenderness ratio .K. 23. Gere. Mechanics of Materials. TMH 11. 5th Edn.assumptions and limitations . Combined axial. Prentice Hall of India..P.torsional rigidity .D. Theory of columns: Buckling theory -Euler's formula for long columns . Popov E. Cengage Learning. Lakshmi Publications. Part 1. Bansal R. 12. Strength of Materials. Reference Books 10. Robert L. Text Books Timoshenko. 24. Engineering Mechanics of solids.

butyl acetoacetate by the acetoacetic ester condensation 2. Identify the components of the given binary mixture. 3. Side chain oxidation of aromatic hydrocarbons. Organic synthesis 1. fractional distillation. 2. Synthesis of 3-nitrobenzoic acid from benzoic acid 3. chromatography) and separation of the components of a binary organic mixture (liquid-liquid. 5. 6. Purification and characterization of organic compounds 1. 4. B. 7. Purification (fractional crystallization. Bromination of amines. . liquid-solid and solid-solid) using chemical analysis and IR and NMR spectral data. Synthesis of ethyl n. Checking the purity of the separated components on TLC plates. Nitration of aromatic hydrocarbons. Preparation of solid esters. Benzoylation of phenols.PO010 307: Chemistry Lab Teaching scheme 3 hours practical per week Credits: 2 Objective To create skills in organic synthesis and skills in analytical methods A.

8. 3. Programs involving files. 6. Familiarisation of DOS commands and WINDOWS. Programs handling one-dimensional array. Programs handling structures. 11. 9. A simple graphic program. 2. Programs using pointers.PO010 308: Computer Lab Teaching scheme 3 hours practical per week Credits: 2 1. 7. Simple C programs with control statements and loops. Programs using a simple function. 10. Recursive functions. Functions having arguments. Programs handling multidimensional array 5. 4. .

Production Engineering .

32.S.inverse transformation – solution of 1st and 2nd order difference equations with constant coifficients using Z transforms.EN010301A 2-2-0 MODULE 1 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II (common to all branches except CS & IT) credits 4 ( 12 hours) Vector differential calculus Scalar and vector fields – gradient-physical meaning. Mathematics – Wiley Eastern Ltd. K Venkataraman. Ramana .Veerarajan and T. B. convolution property .S Sastry .Introductory methods of Numerical Analysis -PHI 30.International . 26. B. Erwin Kreyszing – Advance Engg. Babu Ram – Engg.Khanna Publishers 27. Mathematics . ∇ .interpolation using Newtons forward and backward formula – problems using Stirlings formula. Mathematics -Pearson. Grewal – Higher Engg.Taneja Advanced Engg.Numerical methods in science and Engg -National publishing co 29. Mathematics Vol I – I. Mathematics – McGraw Hill 28.directional derivative-divergence an curl physical meaning-scalar potential conservative field.C.V. Stokes theorem and Gauss divergence theorem Finite difference operators ∆. and . Reference 25. H.Numerical Methods.McGraw Hill 31. . S.Ramachandran.simple problems MODULE 2 Vector integral calculus ( 12 hours) Line integral .K.identities .work done by a force along a path-surface and volume integral-application of Greens theorem. T.Higher Engg. Lagrange’s formula and Newton’s divided difference formula MODULE 3 Finite differences ( 12 hours) MODULE 4 Difference Calculus ( 12 hours) Numerical differentiation using Newtons forward and backward formula – Numerical integration – Newton’s – cotes formula – Trapezoidal rule – Simpsons 1/3rd and 3/8th rule – Difference equations – solution of difference equation MODULE 5 Z Transforms ( 12 hours) Definition of Z transforms – transform of polynomial function and trignometric functions – shifting property .

EN010 302 Economics and Communication Skills (Common to all branches) Teaching scheme 2hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week Objectives To impart a sound knowledge of the fundamentals of Economics.impact and incidence. Economics Module I (7 hours) Reserve Bank of India-functions-credit control-quantitative and qualitative techniques Commercial banks-functions.merits of direct and indirect taxes-progressive and regressive taxes-canons of taxation-functions of tax systemtax evasion-reasons for tax evasion in India-consequences-steps to control tax evasion Deficit financing-role-problems associated with deficit financing .Role of Small Industries Development Bank of India and National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development The stock market-functions-problems faced by the stock market in India-mutual funds Credits: 4(3+1) Module II (6 hours) Multinational corporations in India-impact of MNC’s in the Indian economy Globalisation-necessity-consequences Privatisation-reasons-disinvestment of public sector undertakings The information technology industry in India-future prospects Module III (6 hours) Direct and indirect taxes.

S.Ray. Prentice Hall of India 4.Chand and Company Ltd. Indian Economy. References 1. The Indian Economy. Tata McGraw Hill 2. S.Chand and Company Ltd. Economics. Tata McGraw Hill Communication Skills Objectives To improve Language Proficiency of the Engineering students To enable them to express themselves fluently and appropriately in social and professional contexts To equip them with the components of different forms of writing .K. NI. NNP. Terence Byres. 2. K. Paul Samuelson.K. Oxford University Press 3. PI and DPI-methods of estimating national incomedifficulties in estimating national income Inflation-demand pull and cost push-effects of inflation-government measures to control inflation Module V (6 hours) International trade-case for free trade-case for protectionism Balance of payments-causes of disequilibrium in India’s BOP-General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade-effect of TRIPS and TRIMS in the Indian economy-impact of WTO decisions on Indian industry Text Books 1. Campbell McConnel. S. Economics.Module IV (5 hours) National income-concepts-GNP.Dewett. Ruddar Datt. Modern Economic Theory. The Indian economy.

REFERENCES 49. International (P) House limited. S. affix. Communication skills for Engineers and Scientists. Presentation Techniques.Types of reports Note: No university examination for communication skills. Word Formation-suffix.Verbal and Non verbal. Professional Communication. Sharma. Emails. Interview skills. Kumkum Bhardwaj. 2008 52.Vocabulary enhancement-synonyms. PHI Learning private limited. Soft skills MODULE – II (15 hours) TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION Technical writing skills. Sangeeta Sharma and Binod Mishra. Report writing. Tata Mc Graw Publishing company limited. Business letters. I. Job Application. Kataria and sons.MODULE – 1 (15 hours) INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION Communication nature and process. 2007 50. The functional aspects of communication skills. Reading comprehension.Prasad and Rajendra K. Group Discussion.K. Curriculum Vitae. P. Downward and Horizontal. Importance of communication skills in society. English for technical Communication. Types of communication . Listening skills. Communication Flow-Upward. prefix. 2008 . There will be internal evaluation for 1 credit. Aysha Viswamohan. 2010 51.K.

Module III (10 hours) Flow through pipes-laminar and turbulent flow in pipes-critical Reylond’s number. specific gravity. Open channel flow-Chezy’s equation-most economical cross section-hydraulic jump. Module II (12 hours) Euler’s momentum equation-Bernoulli’s equation and its limitations-momentum and energy correction factors-applications of Bernoulli’s equation-venturimeter. capillarity. specific weight. notches and weirs-rotameter. bulk modulus. compressibility.Darcy Weisbach equation-hydraulic radius-power transmission through pipes-losses in pipes-pipes in series pipes in parallel-hydraulic gradient line and total energy line-equivalent pipe--moody’s diagram-water hammer. surface tension. pitot tube. Fluid statics: pressure-variation of pressure-absolute and guage pressure. To develop understanding about basic laws and equations used for analysis of static and dynamic fluids.stability of submerged and floating bodies-metacentric height.hydrostatic force on plane and curved surfaces-buoyancy and floatation. manometers. .Pascal’s law. orifices and mouthpieces. specific volume. orifice meter. viscosity-Newtonian and non Newtonian fluids.PE010 303: Fluid Mechanics (Common with AN010 303 & ME010 303) Teaching scheme 2 hours lecture and 2 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objectives To impart the basic concepts of fluid mechanics by providing exposure to diverse real world engineering examples. Module I (15 hours) Introduction and basic concepts-properties of fluids-density.

Shames I. New Delhi 33.M. Laxmi Publications.K. Cengel and John M. path lines. Text Books 26. streak lines. Yunus A. Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulics. New Delhi 30. doublet. Kataria & Sons. Tata McGraw Hill. S . Som & G Biswas. Fluid Mechanics& Hydraulic Machines. Bhansal. Fluid Mechanics. S. Tata McGraw Hill. vortex. Tata McGraw Hill. New Delhi Reference Books 28. New Delhi 36. Tata McGraw Hill.Kumar .M. S. Streeter. D. Fluid Mechanics. momentum and energy thickness-boundary layer separation-methods of controlling-wake-drag force on a rectangular plate-pressure drag-friction drag-total dragstreamlined body-bluff body. R. New Delhi 29.boundary layer over flat plate. Mody & Seth. New Delhi 34. Fluid Mechanics. K. flow past a cylinder with circulation-Magnus effect-Joukowski theorem.H. Fluid Mechanics. Fluid Mechanics. Fluid Mechanics. Source. Fluid Mechanics.S Massey.. New Delhi 37. Hagen-Poiseuille equation. New Delhi 31. New Delhi 32.Module IV (12 hours) Fluid kinematics-Eulerian and Lagrangian approaches-classification of fluid flow-graphical description of flow pattern-stream lines. Fluid Mechanics. B. basic flow fields-uniform flow. Module V (11 hours) Boundary layer-boundary layer flow theory. R. S Chand and Company. Metropolitan Book Co. Douglas. K. New Delhi 35. Pearson Education.boundary layer thickness-displacement. Laxmi Publications. White F. F. New Delhi 27. Ideal fluids-rotational and irrotational flow-circulation and vorticity-potential function and stream function. New Delhi . sink. Fluid Mechanics& Hydraulic Machines. K. stream tubes-velocity and acceleration in fluid flow-continuity equation. Tata McGraw Hill. lift and drag force on an aerofoil-characteristics-work done. Cimbala.Rajput. Tata McGraw Hill. Fluid Mechanics. spiral flow. Jagdishlal .

twinning. BCC. . work hardening. melting temperature. brittleness of BCC. heat treatment etc. grain size.slip system.Miller Indices:. opaque. Metallic bond: conductivity.Slip. FCC. Module 1 (12 hours) Atomic structure:. lustrous.short and long range order . directional and non-directional bonding. hydrogen bond. chemical bonds.. Crystallography:. correlation of . Schmid's law. FCC. HCP and ductility of FCC . crystal structure. coordination number. HCP structures . To understand the causes of metal failure and deformation To determine properties of unknown materials and develop an awareness to apply this knowledge in material design. modulus of elasticity.Covalent and Ionic bond: bond energy with strength.PE010 304: Metallurgy and Material Science (Common with ME 010 304 and AU010 304(ME)) Teaching scheme 3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objectives To provide physical concepts of atomic radius. density. specific heat etc. electron configurations (basic only) Primary bonds:. cohesive force. coefficient of thermal expansion and attributes of modulus of elasticity in metal cutting process .BCC.Secondary bonds:classification. atomic structure. ductility. of metals with mechanical behaviour.Crystal.Modes of plastic deformation:. non directional bonding – Specific properties of bonding:. density. space lattice.Effects of crystalline and amorphous structure on mechanical properties Determination of atomic packing factor of SC. unit cell . densities Polymorphism and allotropy slip system with slip in metals.Deeper energy well bond and shallow energy well bond.Correlation of atomic radius to strength.

Heat treatment:.Tempering:. Module 3 (12 hours) Phase diagrams: . laser and electron beam hardening processes.Module 2 (12 hours) Classification of crystal imperfections: .classification of alloys. precipitation strengthening and over ageing. Hume Rothery`s rule . effect of grain size. Solid solution hardening. normalizing.crystal structure determination by X . grain size distribution.critical cooling rate (CCT) annealing. source of dislocation. climb.lever rule and Gibb`s phase rule .– polishing and etching to determine the microstructure .grain size reduction. . grain boundary irregularity Effects of grain size.Hall . applications – hardness and microhardness tests . applications of diffusion in mechanical engineering.Coring .TTT diagrams .Limitations of pure metals and need of alloying .Mechanism of crystallization: Homogeneous and heterogeneous nuclei formation. solid solutions. Nitriding. kink. peritectic. eutectoid.Equilibrium diagrams reactions:.carburizing processes. work hardening. role of surface defects on crack initiation .types of dislocation. jog. induction. Jominy end quench test. eutectic. hardening.Hardenability. multi-phase equilibrium diagrams . dendritic growth. grain shape.Diffusion in solids. forest of dislocation. bainite. dispersion hardening . cross slip.Petch equation. effect of stored energy. Flame.Definition and necessity .. fick’s laws. under cooling.single phase.hot working .Correlation of dislocation density with strength and nano concept . applications .Burgers vector . interlamellar spacing of pearlite to strength etc. grain orientation on dislocation/strength and creep resistance .ray diffraction method . recovery. special features of martensite transformation.Significance of Frank and Read source in metals deformation .monotectic. re-crystallization temperature. mechanisms. re-crystallization.surface hardening methods:.Bauschiner effect and attributes in metal forming. spheroidite etc.austermpering. peritectoid . driving force for grain growth . significance high and low angle grain boundaries on dislocation . martempering and ausforming . cementite. ferrite.Detailed discussion on Iron-Carbon equilibrium diagram with microstructure and properties changes in austenite.Cold working: Detailed discussion on strain hardening.Types of Strengthening mechanisms:. ledeburite. spheroidizing .

formation and stability of carbides.I – ELBS.A. Nickel. Chromium. change in surface properties. . – Engineering Material Science. S-N curve .Mo and W types.Cast irons: Classifications.crack initiation.Vol I. 13. Silicon.prevention against creep. growth.Effects of alloying elements on: dislocation movement.Material Science and Engineering .Molybdenum. – Material Science and Engineering – John Wiley.Characteristics of fatigue failure. applications. 12.W.Addison Wesley. retardation of the transformation rates. reference shall be made to the phase diagrams whenever necessary. Introduction to Physical Metallurgy – Tata McGraw Hill.Fatigue:. Copper. . grain boundary sliding – Mechanism of creep deformation . surface roughness. 14. size effect.Factors affecting fatigue strength: stress concentration.Module 4 (12 hours) Alloy steels:.C.Aluminum. Manas Chanda . grain growth. Vanadium. Titanium. thermal fatigue and its applications in metal cutting – Mechanism of fatigue failure – structural features of fatigue:. microstructure. study of composition. white. intergranular fracture .Fracture toughness (definition only) . displacement of the eutectoid point. stress raiser – Effect of plastic deformation on crack propagation – transgranular. Dieter George E. surface residual stress -Ways to improve fatigue life – effect of temperature on fatigue. II and III . Robert – Physical Metallurgy Principles – East West Press.Enhancement of steel properties by adding alloying elements:. Reference Books 11.Prentice Hall. Text Books 11.Structural change:deformation by slip. Anderson J.Griffith theory of brittle fracture .threshold for creep . 13. propagation – fatigue tests . – Engineering Metallurgy part . Tungsten. effect of different alloying elements in HSS . Higgins R. malleable and spheroidal graphite cast iron. – Material Science for Engineers – Chapman and Hall. 6. Reed Hill E. Clark and Varney . et. – Mechanical Metallurgy – McGraw Hill.Effect of impact loading on ductile material and its application in forging etc. composition. D. properties and applications – Principal Non ferrous Alloys: . Magnesium.stress concentration. sub-grain formation. Copper and Lead – High speed steels:. Nickel.Creep:.Super plasticity: applications. 15. Chromium steels etc. Raghavan V. 14. Richards C. polymorphic transformation temperature. microstructure.Stress cycles – Primary and secondary stress raisers . Module 5 (12 hours) Fracture: – Brittle and ductile fracture .al.Ductile to brittle transition temperature (DBTT) in steels . Cobalt.Physical metallurgy for Engineers – Van Nostrand. mechanical properties – Nickel steels. . Van Vlack – Elements of Material Science . grey.Science to Engineering Materials .Macmillan India. 15. Callister William. properties.Creep curves – creep tests. improvement in corrosion resistance. 12.

Shift Left and Shift Right Operations . Quick Sorting. Addition. Recursion. break and continue instructions. Moving of File Pointer in a File. Module II (10 hours) Arrays. Passing One Dimensional and Multidimensional Arrays to a Function. Binary Searching. Sorting of Strings. Insertion and Deletion of Nodes from a Linked List. Storage Classes. Branching Instructions. Nested Loops. sin(x). Writing Different String Handling Functions Using Simple Functions and Functions with Recursive Calls. XOR. Reallocation of Memory. Various I/O functions. Loops – for. Stack. Module III (10 hours) Functions. Constants and Variables. NOT. Multidimensional Arrays. Reading. Double Linked List. Relational Operators. Writing Macros for Simple Operations. Array of Pointers. Pointer to a Structure. One Dimensional Arrays. Preprocessor Directive. Transfer of Data in Blocks. Call by Reference Method. Pointer to a Pointer. Escape Sequences. Various String Handling Functions. Conditional Operator. Appending and Rewriting of Text and Binary Files. Module IV (15 hours) Declaration of Pointers. Data types. Writing. Usage of bitwise AND. Command Line Arguments Module V (10 hours) Different types of Files. Switch statement. OR. Transpose and Multiplication). Type Casting. while and do-while. Precedence of Operators. Call by Value Method. Scope of Variables. Selection Sorting. Pointer to an Array. Dynamic Memory Allocation. Matrix Operations (Addition. Evaluation of ex. Mathematical Operators. cos(x) Numerical Integration using Trapezoidal and Simpson’s rules. Macros. Structure and Union. Circular Linked List. Logical Operators. Self Referential Structure.PE010 305: Programming in C (Common with ME010 305(ME) and AU010 305(ME)) Teaching scheme 3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week Credits: 4 Objectives To impart advanced knowledge in programming in C language Module I (15 hours) Introduction to computer programming. Linear Linked List. Array of Structures.

28.

Text Books Bryon S.Gottfried, Programming with C Language.

Reference Books 38. Balaguruswamy, Programming in ANSI C, 39. Deitel, How to Program C 40. Kamthane, Programming with ANSI and Turbo C

**PE010 306(CE) Strength of Materials & Structural Engineering
**

(Common with ME010 306(CE), PO010 306(CE) and AU010 306(CE))

Teaching Scheme:3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week

Credits: 4

Objectives To study internal effects produced and deformations of bodies caused by externally applied forces. To understand the stresses and strains in different materials and analyse strength characteristic of structural members.

Module I (15 hours) Introduction to analysis of deformable bodies:stresses due to normal, shear and bearing loads-Axial and shear strains – Simple stresses and strains: Material behavior - uniaxial tension test - stress-strain diagrams. Hooke's law for linearly elastic isotropic material. Elastic constants - relation between them - Bars of varying cross section -Composite sectionsEquilibrium and compatibility conditions- Temperature stresses

Module II (10 hours) Bending moment and shear force: Cantilever, simply supported and overhanging beams concentrated and U.D loading(analytical method) Relation between load shear force and bending moment. Module III (15 hours) Stresses in beams: Pure bending - flexure formula for beams - assumptions and limitations -section modulus - flexural rigidity - economic sections beams of uniform strength. Shearing stress formula for beams - assumptions and limitations. Deflection of beams: Moment-curvature relation - assumptions and limitations singularity functions - Macaulays method - moment area method for simple cases.

Module IV (10 hours) Torsion: Torsion theory of elastic circular bars – solid and hollow shaft assumptions and limitations - polar modulus- torsional rigidity - economic cross-sections. Pressure vessels: Thin and thick cylinders-Lame's equation-stresses in thick cylinders due to internal pressure – compound pipes.

Module V (10 hours) Combined stresses: Principal stresses and planes-Mohr's circle representation of stress in 2D problems. Use of strain gage rosettes. Combined axial, flexural and torsional loads. Theory of columns: Buckling theory -Euler's formula for long columns - assumptions and limitations - effect of end conditions - slenderness ratio - Rankine's formula for intermediate columns -Eccentric loading of columns - kern of a section (rectangular and circular section).

Text Books

29. 30. 31. 32.

Timoshenko.S.P, Strength of Materials, Part 1,D.Van Nostrand company, Inc.Newyork. Bansal R.K., Strength of Materials, Lakshmi Publications, New Delhi. Mott, Robert L, Applied strength of materials, 5th Edn, Prentice Hall of India. Popov E.P., Engineering Mechanics of solids, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi..

Reference Books 13. Nash.W.A , Strength of Materials, Schaum’s Outlines,$th Edn, TMH 14. Gere, James M , Mechanics of Materials, Cengage Learning. 15. Shames IH , Pitarresi, James.M, Introduction to Solid Mechanics, Prentice Hall of India.

**PE010 307 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LAB
**

(Common with ME010 408 and AU010 408) Teaching scheme 3 hours practical per week Credits: 2

Objective: To study properties of various materials

List of Experiments

1. Tests on springs (open and close coiled) 2. Bending Test on Wooden Beams using U. T. M. 3. Verification of Clerk. Maxwell's Law of reciprocal deflection and Determination of Youngs modulus’E ‘for steel. 4. Torsion Pendulum (M.S. wires. Aluminum wires and brass wires) 5. Tension test using U. T. M. on M. S. Rod, torsteel and High Tensile steel. 6. Torsion Test on M. S. Rod. 7. Shear Test on M.S. Rod. 8. Fatigue Test 9. Impact Test (Izod and Charpy) 10. Hardness Test (Brinell, Vicker’s and Rebound) 11. Strut Test.

Note All tests should be done as per relevant BIS.

Prakash Rao.. New Delhi. Bhavikatti S.Regularity in the class End Semester Examination (Maximum Marks-100) 70% . New Delhi. results.K. Strength of Materials and Mechanics of structures. and inference 30% . Vol. D. Prentice Hall of India. 5. Strength of Materials. 2. Strength of Materials.P. 3. D.Newyork. conducting experiment. Internal Continuous Assessment (Maximum Marks-50) 50%-Laboratory practical and record 30%.Test/s 20%.Van Nostrand company.References 1.Procedure. New Deihi. tabulation. Inc. Popov E. 4. Vikas Publishing House (P) Ltd. Vol. Strength of Materials. University Press (India) Ltd. Strength of Materials.C. Engineering Mechanics of solids.P.Viva voce .1..S.S . Lakshmi Publications. Lakshmi Publications. Part-1.S. I. Bansal R. Punmia B. 6. Timoshenko.

AN010 308 and AU010 308 ) Teaching scheme 3 hours practical per week Credits: 2 Objectives To provide exposure to the actual flow process and various instruments adopted for flow measurement .Regularity in the class End Semester Examination (Maximum Marks-100) 70% . conducting experiment.PE010 308: Fluid Mechanics Lab (Common with ME010 308. Determination of Darcy’s constant and Chezy’s constant for pipe flow.Test/s 20%. Study the use of different types of taps. Calibration of Plug –Sluices. results. Calibration of discharge measuring equipments in closed conduits like venturimeter. Calibration of discharge measuring equipments in open channel flow like rectangular and triangular notches. Study and acquire a thorough knowledge of the various pipe fittings and plumbing tools. Experimental verification of Bernoulli’s theorem. watermeter etc. Determination of metacentric height and radius of gyration of floating bodies.Viva voce . and inference 30% . Determination of hydraulic coefficients of orifices and mouthpieces under constant head method and time of emptying method.Procedure. orificemeter. Determination of minor losses in pipe flow. Determination of Chezy’s constant and Manning’s number for open channel flow. Determination of critical velocity in pipe flow. valves. Study the various measuring instruments like gauges. watermeters and current meters. Internal Continuous Assessment (Maximum Marks-50) 50%-Laboratory practical and record 30%. tabulation. pitot tube.

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