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Course Outline: Solution of differential equations by various methods and their applications, higher order differential equations with engineering applications, Series Solution of Differential Equations, Laplace Transformation. Partial differential equation and its different methods with applications in the field of engineering. Prerequisite(s): GS-103 Recommended Books S. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Title Advanced Engineering Mathematics Higher Engineering Mathematics Advanced Engineering Mathematics Elementary Differential Equations with Boundary Value Problems Laplace Transforms and Applications Author(s) E Kreyszig B S Grewal D G. Zill & M R. Cullen Jr. David E. Penney & C. H. Edwards E J Watson Assigned Code KRE GRE CUL EDW WAT Reference Remarks Text Reference Reference Reference

Course Aim: The aim of this course is to enable the students to: • • • Instill fluency with the basic Mathematical techniques of Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations which are needed as tools for engineers. Revise, and teach afresh where necessary, about solution of Ordinary differential equations, which are necessary for the engineering courses. Introduce new topics including second & higher order differential equations, Series Solution of Differential Equations and partial differential equations with engineering applications which are necessary for these courses. Place emphasis throughout upon the grasp of essentials and competency in manipulation.

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Applications-Simple harmonic motion. Complex exponential functions. Bessel’s equation and Bessel’s functions with properties. Case of complex roots. Topics Covered: S No Topics 1. Basic concepts. Legendre’s equation and Legendre’s polynomials. Solution by variation of parameter.Simple electric circuits. Theory of power series method. Author(s) GRE. Differentiation and integration of transform. Newton’s law of cooling and Heat flow. Laplace transformation. KRE. Second and Higher Order Linear Differential Equations and their Applications: Homogeneous linear equations. Laplace Transformation. ConvolutionIntegral equation. Frobenius method. Exact differential equation. Inverse Laplace and its linearity.. Homogeneous equations. Variables separable methods. Laplace transformation as a method for solving differential equations. Transforms of derivatives and integrals. Homogeneous equations with constant coefficients. Linear equations and Bernoulli’s equation. Solution of Differential Equation. GRE. Oscillatory electrical circuit. Specify a Mathematical representation of a problem. EDW & PRI GRE KRE CUL EDW PRI 08 10 18 . 4. Series Solution of Differential Equations. KRE. Differential operators. s-shifting. First Order Ordinary Differential Equations. CUL. Formation and Geometrical meaning of differential equation. PRI PEN & CUL Contact Hrs 10 GRE KRE CUL EDW 12 3.Homogeneous equations Solutions by undetermined coefficients. Non. Interpret the significance of the Mathematical result. t-shifting and unit step function. Partial fractions-System of differential equations.Course Objective: At the end of the course students should be able to: • • • • Recognize the appropriate Mathematical tools and techniques of Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations with which to approach a wide variety of engineering problems. 2. Carry out appropriate Mathematical manipulations by using techniques of Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations to solve the engineering problems. Practical approach. Application. Periodic functions with applications.

Partial Differential Equations. Introduction. Two dimensional heat flow. GRE KRE CUL EDW 14 19 .5. Application: One dimensional Wave equation and its solution by separation of variable method. Separation of variables. One dimensional heat flow. Formation and solution of Partial Differential Equations Linear and nonlinear first order Partial Differential Equations and their solutions. Two dimensional Wave equation.

Spherical Cylindrical coordinates systems. 7 8. No. 1. Cullen S. Hermitian. Scope and concept of tensor analysis. Vector differentiation. G. Frenet formula. Symmetric. Summation conventional inner product of tensors. Christofel Symbols. Concept of vector and Vector field. Vector Calculus & Tensor Analysis which are needed as tools for engineers. Vector Integration. and Cramer’s Rule. Revise. Vector Calculus & Tensor Analysis Contact Hrs/Week (Th-Pr) 2-0 Total Contact Hrs (Th-Pr) 36-0 Course Outline: Matrix algebra. Cramer’s Rule. R. 6. Pre-requisites: College Level Knowledge of Mathematics. about Matrix algebra.DETAILED SYLLABUS Course Code GS-104 Credit Hours (Th-Pr) 2-0 Linear Algebra. S. Contraction of tensors. Determinants. Eigen values. Determinants. Linear systems of equations. 20 . 4. Title Advanced Engineering Mathematics Higher Engineering Mathematics Advanced Engineering Mathematics Engineering Mathematics (Vol-II) Further Engineering Mathematics Elementary Linear Algebra Tensor Calculus and Riemannian Geometry. Linear systems of equations . 5. Addition of tensors. Kreyszig B. 2. Orthogonal curvilinear coordinates system. S. and Tensor Field. Skew Symmetric and Orthogonal matrices. Recommended Books S.C. which are necessary for the engineering courses. Skew Hermitian and Unitary matrices. Curl. The metric tensors. Divergence. 3. A. Sastry K. Agarwal Murray R Spiegel Assigned Code KRE GRE CUL SAS STR ANT Remarks Text Reference Reference Reference Reference Reference Reference Reference Course Aim: The aim of this course is to enable the students to: • • Instill fluency with the basic Mathematical techniques of Linear Algebra. Vector Analysis and Tensor Analysis -Schaum’s Outline Series Author(s) E. and teach afresh where necessary. Eigen vectors. Gradient. Grewal D. Zill & M. Space curves. Quotient Law. Stroud Howard Anton D.

Rank of tensor contra and covariant tensor. General properties of solutions. Determinants. The metric tensors. Quotient Law. Rank in terms of determinants. Christoffel Symbols. curl . KRE. Covariant differentiation of contra and Covariant tensor. Carry out appropriate Mathematical manipulations by using techniques of Linear Algebra /Vector Calculus & Tensor Analysis to solve the engineering problems. Frenet formula for unit and arbitrary speed curve. Transformation of Christoffel symbols. Arc length of curve and its reparameterization. Concept of tensor.• • Introduce new topics including vector calculus and Tensor Analysis with engineering applications which are necessary for these courses. Inverse of a matrix. Skew Symmetric and Orthogonal matrices. Tangent /Normal component of Velocity and Acceleration. divergence. Surface Integration. Symmetric. Directional derivative. Orthogonal curvilinear coordinates system Tensor Analysis: Scope of tensor analysis. Curves in Space. CUL & STR 18 3.Gauss elimination. Interpret the significance of the Mathematical result. Rank of a matrix. Summation conventional inner product of tensors. Place emphasis throughout upon the grasp of essentials and competency in manipulation. Linear Systems. Cramer’s Rule. Stoke’s theorem and Volume integral. Gradient its interpretation. Tensor Field. Vector and Scalar point function. Eigen values. Vector differentiation. Integration of Vectors. Specify a Mathematical representation of a problem. Green’s theorem. • • • Topics Covered No. Course Objective: At the end of the course students should be able to: • Recognize the appropriate Mathematical tools and techniques of Linear Algebra /Vector Calculus & Tensor with which to approach a wide variety of engineering problems. Velocities and tangents. Symmetric and Skew Symmetric tensors. Skew Hermitian and Unitary matrices. Linear systems of equations . Acceleration and Curvature. Topics Matrices & Determinants. 1. Eigen vectors. Hermitian. Contraction of tensors. Text Books KRE ANT Contact Hrs 10 2. Invariance transformation of coordinates. Line integral and its application. GRE & SAS 08 21 . GRE. Matrix algebra. Addition of tensors. Gauss divergence theorem. Vector Calculus: Concept of vector and Vector field.

Working principle of transformer. Circuit laws and theorems. Resistors. voltage. Hydraulics analogy. System of units. Electric Charge. HUG FLO HUG 7 3. current. Fundamentals of single phase and three phase systems. Energy. series and parallel connection of capacitors. Active and passive circuit elements. Resistivity. Dependent and independent current and voltage sources. Temperature co-efficient of resistance. Simple DC Circuits. circuit laws and theorems governing electric circuits. inductance and capacitance. and AC fundamentals are also included to lay a strong foundation of electrical engineering. conductors and insulators. Kirchhoff’s laws. Dependent and independent current and voltage source. Capacitance and Capacitors. Topics Covered S No 1. Text Book HUG FLO Contact Hrs 13 2. Parallel networks. Capacitance. Power and energy. electrostatics. Topics Basic Concepts and Circuit Elements. 5 22 . Series circuits. Prerequisite(s): College Level Knowledge of Physics. Ohm’s Law. Recommended Books S No 1. energy.DETAILED SYLLABUS Course Code EE 122 Credit Hours (Th-Pr) (3-1) Contact Hrs/Wk (Th-Pr) (3-3) Total Contact Hrs (54-54) Basic Electrical Engineering Course Outline: Basic electrical parameters. magnetic circuits and electromagnetism. charge. resistance. Relative permittivity dielectric strength. Electromagnetism. current. DC excited RC and RL circuits. 2. electromotive force and potential difference. Magnetic field. Title Electrical Technology Principles of Electric circuits Author (s) Edward Hughes Floyd Assigned Code HUG FLO Remarks Text Reference Course Objectives: To explain sources and circuit parameters of electrical systems. Charging and discharging.

Magnetic field and flux due to and electric current. Magnitude and direction of induced emf Magneto motive force. Solenoid. Mutual inductance and coupling co-efficient. Force on current carrying conductor. Working principle of transformer. HUG 13 23 . Comparison of electric and magnetic circuits.4. Relationship between frequency. reactive and apparent powers. Inductance in a DC Circuit. HUG 7 6. Generation of single phase and three phase alternating emf. Determination of B/H Characteristic. Inductance of air-cored & iron-cored coil. HUG 9 5. Voltages and currents in star and delta circuits. Inductive and non-inductive circuit. RMS. Energy storage. Active. average. AC Fundamentals. instantaneous and Peak Values of sinusoidal waveform. Electromagnetism & magnetic Circuits. field strength and reluctance. Phasor representation of alternating quantity. power factor and power triangle. Inductive reactance and impedance of RL load. Growth and decay of current in LR circuit. speed and number poles.

instruments and related equipments. To learn how to use the ac/dc power supplies. 7. Resistance Lab Hours 3 3 Electric Shock and Safety Rules. Force produced on a current carrying conductor lying in a magnetic field. To measure the effective value of an alternating voltage. carbon) and radiant heater. 5 24 . Capacitors. (b) Rules for safe practice to avoid electric shock. OHM'S Law. Voltage Divider. Measuring AC with Oscilloscope. Magnetic Field Produced around Current-carrying conductor. 12. (a) Measurement of resistance between various parts of the body. Characteristics of Series-Parallel Circuits Kirchhoff's Laws. Voltage-Current Characteristics of filament lamps (tungsten. Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law. 2. To learn the Oscilloscope Controls. 13. Power Supplies. 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 14. Magnitude of induced voltage. 6. Electromagnetic Induction. Instruments and equipment. Control of Current by Resistance and Voltage. Capacitor testing and identification. Induced Force. Capacitor charge and discharge (RC Time Constants). Inducing voltage in a coil. Polarity of induced voltage. Series-Parallel Circuits. Practicals Using the Multimeter. Ohm's law. Using Voltmeter. AC voltage and current measurement. To verify Ohm’s law for ac circuits. Resistance colour code. 3.List of Practicals EE 122 Basic Electrical Engineering S No 1. Measuring ac and dc voltages and frequency. Measuring Voltage and Current. 11. Measurement by Meter. Kirchhoff’s Current Law. Voltage-Current Characteristics. 8. 4 3 3 5. To learn the use of ac voltmeters and ammeter. 9 10. Electric Current and Magnetism. Measurement of DC Voltage and DC Current.

Real and Apparent Power. To study the meaning of phase angle. 4 Note: Following books/manual form the basis for above laboratory practical: 1) Labvolt Manual 2) Electricity-Electronics Fundamentals (A text Lab Manual) by Zbar and Sloop (McGraw Hill) 25 . To study behaviour of capacitor and inductor in ac circuits.15 Phase angle. To study the relationship between real and apparent power. Capacitive Reactance and Inductive Reactance. capacitive reactive power and inductive power. 2 16.

Forging. Safeties for metal work.No. Welding and Electrical Shop and computer aided manufacturing. A. Introduction. 2. Scheck W. Filing and Fitting. maintenance and resharpening of carpentry and bench fitting tools. Introduction to type of woods and their defects. drilling and bending sheet metal Forging: Introduction and demonstration of forging methods and tools. Topics Covered Text Book Total Contact Hrs No. Topics Carpentry and Sawing: Lecture on safety precautions. Sawing. Prerequisites: GS102 Recommended Books: S. demonstration. Title Modern General Shop Practical Welding Workshop Technology The CNC work book Authors Goodheart-Willcox Leroy A. Cutting.I Course Outline: Carpentry. 1. Chapman Frank Nanfara Assigne d Code GW LS CH FN Remarks Text Reference Reference Reference Course Objectives: To familiarize the students with the old & new techniques in the field of Bench fitting and Fabrication processes. 4. Metals and Metal working: Introduction of metals used in industry and their properties. Tool used for metal work and their demonstration. Visits for practical aspects 1 CH 3 2 GW 4 3 CH 3 26 . punching. corrects method of usage. 3.DETAILED SYLLABUS Course C Credit Hours o (Th-Pr) d 1-1 e ME 140 Contact Hrs/Week (Th-Pr) 1-3 Total Contact Hrs (Th-Pr) 18-54 Engineering Practice .

Use and care of electrical tools. equipment and their correct method of usage. Topics Drilling and Grinding Machines: Introduction to Drilling and Grinding machines. their cutting tools. Welding: Introduction and demonstration of Electric Arc and Gas welding tools. Types and uses of cables and electrical accessories for house wiring.No. Switch gear on domestic installations and distribution system. Text Book PT LS Total Contact Hrs 2 3 4 5 6 CHA & GW 3 27 . Safeties during welding Electrical Shop: Electrical shocks and treatment. and their upkeep. Practice in simple house wiring and testing methods.

LIST OF PRACTICALS/DEMONSTRATIONS ME 140 ENGINEERING PRACTICE-I Total Contact Hrs 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 2 4 4 6 No. Sawing practice on MS plate(sawing plate) To make a two step fitting To make a Square inset Practice of cutting. Butt Joint) Simple joint using oxyacetylene welding (e. punching. Lap Joint) Electrical Shop 28 . drilling and bending sheet metal Simple project ( pattern or model) of sheet metal using the skills of cutting . Simple joint using arc welding (e.g. punching .g. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Practicals/Demonstrations Practice of using different tools for Carpentry To make a Tee/Lap joint To make a Dovetail/dado joint To make a knife rack Practice of using different tools for Filing and Fitting. drilling and bending at given angle To make a house number/roll number/personal number plate on engraving machine Practice of welding using arc and gas welding sets.

Equality and inequality of Temperature. Perfect and real gases. Properties and difference of extensive and intensive properties. R. Second law of thermodynamics. times. concept of thermodynamics property and definition of state: Definition of Thermodynamics. Process & cycles. Topics Covered No. Process & cycles. C. No. Indicator Diagram and its use. mass. path and cycle. Interchange ability of energy states. concept of thermodynamics property and definition of state. 3. Thermodynamic Equilibrium. concept of available energy. Reversible an irreversible processes. I. Topics Basic concepts of thermodynamics and definitions. Definition and measurement of Heat. Mean effective pressure and indicated power concepts.B Spalding & E H Cole Y A Cengel and M A Boles G. processes and their work. Work and heat as energies in transition. density and pressure. force. F. Empirical. Modes of Heat transfer. Units for length. Rogers and Y. First law of thermodynamics to control volumes. Adiabatic process and Adiabatic boundary. First law of thermodynamics to closed systems. absolute and international scales of temperature. 1. weight specific volume. Phase control volume. GS101 Recommended Books S.DETAILED SYLLABUS Course Code ME 110 Credit Hours (Th-Pr) 3-0 Contact Hrs/Week (Th-Pr) 3-0 Total Contact Hrs (Th-Pr) 54-0 Thermodynamics . Basic measurements and S. system and macro and microstates. P.I Course Outline: Basic concepts of thermodynamics and definitions. Definition of work and its sign convention. so as to satisfy requirements for an Engineering Degree. Title Engineering Thermodynamics Thermodynamics Engineering Thermodynamics Author(s) D. Working fluids and steady / Unsteady flow energy equations. Cost V. Displacement work. Mayhew Assigned Code COL BOL MAY Remarks Text Reference Reference Course Objectives: To prepare students for pursuing advanced Thermodynamics and Applied Thermodynamics Subjects at PNEC. process. Zeroth’s Law of thermodynamics. 2. 29 Text Book Contact Hrs COL 14 . Prerequisites: GS102. Entropy & Carnot efficiency.

adiabatic. Carnot cycle and its analysis Absolute Temperature Scale and Clausius and Kelvin Planck statements. Clausius inequality and discussion of entropy. Interchange ability of energy states: Mechanical Equivalent of Heat. Equation of State and gas constant. Entropy & Carnot cycle: The concept of Entropy. Super heater. Pure substance and two property rule. COL 8 COL 4 COL 4 COL COL 4 2 7 COL 14 8 COL 4 30 . nozzle. Energy of and forms of energy. Processes of a pure substance First Law of Thermodynamics to Control Volumes: Control volume and concept of external work. Examples of Boiler. evaporator. Reversible and irreversible processes. Second law applied to non-cycle processes. Polytropic and isothermal processes of perfect gases. Perfect and real gases: Steady and unsteady flow concepts. Entropy of pure substance. Perpetual motion machine and definition of direct and reversed engines. diffuser. Boyle’s Joule’s and Charles’s laws. Perfect Gas. condenser. turbine and compressors and throttling Second Law of Thermodynamics: Second Law of Thermodynamics. Concept of internal energy and enthalpy. Definition of Entropy. Efficiency and co-efficient of performance.2 3 4 5 6 First law of thermodynamics to closed systems. Reversible and irreversible process and cycles. Concept of available energy. First Law and concept of energy. Relation between Cp Cv and R. Isentropic. Work and heat as energies in transition. Working Fluids and steady / Unsteady flow energy equations. Continuity Equation. Superiority of reversible process and concept of isentropic process. its significance. and its properties. Derivation of steady flow energy equation. Molar gas constant and Molecular mass. Law of conservation of energy.

oral communications skills improved through discussions and seminars: The rationale and importance of Communication Skills for Engineers in practical life. The course also aim at enabling the students to enhance their technical writing skills and equipping them with fairly good vocabulary. GIL-1. essays. Lecture listening and note-taking strategies. writing. Prerequisite(s): College level knowledge of English. Weisman Linguaphone Institute. technical report. oral communications skills improved through discussions and seminars. reading and writing) skills. reading and writing) skills. Lecture listening and note-taking strategies. building their confidence and helping them overcome their 31 Text Book AIE. London Assigned Code AIE FRY GIL-1 GIL-2 GIL-3 WEI OUP LIN Remarks Text Reference Reference Reference Reference Reference Reference Reference Course Objectives: The main objective of the course is to enable students through improvement of their reading. 1 Topics Explanation and practice of English (speaking. written communication . Improvement of students’ speaking power.journals. listening. GIL-3. vocabulary development. FRY. listening and speaking skills to communicate effectively in their day-to-day dealings both as students as well as engineers in their practical life. Recommended Book S No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Title Anchor in English-II (Lessons 1 .DETAILED SYLLABUS Course Code HS103 Credit Hours (Th-Pr) 2-0 Communication & Interpersonal Skills Contact Hrs/Week (Th-Pr) 2-0 Total Contact Hrs (Th-Pr) 36-0 Course Outline: Explanation and practice of English (speaking. listening.5) Summary Writing (Book-I) Speaking Clearly (Student’s Book) Speaking Clearly (Teacher’s Book) Speaking Clearly (Set of 2 audio-cassettes) Basic Technical Writing Oxford Dictionary Intermediate English Course Author (s) A SPELT Publication Christopher Fry (OUP) Pamela Rogerson & Judy B Gilbert -”-”Herman M. research papers. WEI Contact Hrs 8 . GIL-2. Topics Covered: No.

OUP 7 5 OUP 5 32 . Précis (summary) writing. Group discussion. writing and revising. AIE LIN 8 WEI. OUP 8 WEI. Writing technical reports/research papers with guideline on researching a subject. organising information/data making an outline. Seminars. give your letters the right look. functional and chrono-functional resume. its importance in practical life and method/procedure of writing an effective précis followed by practice by students. Essay writing with emphasis on techniques for clear and effective thinking and the three stages . formatting and completing elements/parts of the report/research papers. Vocabulary Building: Students to be guided on quick and easy ways of vocabulary building. Reading of lessons 1 to 5 of the prescribed textbook and exercises on reading comprehension.2 3 4 stage fright through following activities: Individual presentations by students on assigned topics with a short question-answer session after each presentation. Handling your personal correspondence. Impromptu talk by students on topics of common interest. chronological.planning. Improvement of listening skills by assigning students various tasks/exercises after listening to pre-recorded audio cassettes in order to help them listen more accurately and efficiently to a variety of authentic and semi-authentic recordings. Letter Writing Exercises: including business letters and letters seeking employment with emphasis on format and style. Letter writing: Secrets of good letter writing. Resume writing with emphasis on the format of the three types of resume. that is.

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