B.TECH.

DEGREE COURSE
SCHEME AND SYLLABI
(2002-03 ADMISSION ONWARDS)
MAHATMA GANDHI UNIVERSITY
KOTTAYAM
KERALA
REGULATIONS
(Effective from 2002-03 admission onwards)
1. Con!"!on# $o% &'!##!on
Candidates for admission to the B.Tech. Degree course shall be required to have passed
the higher secondary/+2/X !td. e"amination conducted by boards/departments
recogni#ed/accepted by the $niversity% obtaining not less than &'( mar)s in
*athematics and not less than &'( mar)s in *athematics% +hysics and Chemistry put
together or the diploma e"amination in ,ngineering% -erala or any e"amination
accepted by the .overnment of -erala as equivalent there to /ith &'( mar)s in the
final qualifying e"amination% sub0ect to the usual concession allo/ed for bac)/ard and
other communities as specified from time to time.
2. D(%&"!on o$ ")* +o(%#*
a1 The course for the B.Tech. Degree shall e"tend over a period of four academic
years comprising of 2 semesters. The first and second semester combined and
each semester from third semester on/ards shall cover the groups of sub0ects as
given in the scheme of studies and e"aminations.
b1 ,ach semester shall normally comprise of 34 /ee)s.
c1 The course calendar /ill be as follo/s.
S*'*#"*%# Co''*n+*'*n" C,o#!n- E.&'!n&"!on
5 !emesters
6fter the admissions are
over.
73
st
of *arch 3&
th
6pril
8% 8 and 8
!emesters
December 3
st
73
st
of *arch 3&
th
6pril
% 8 and 8
!emesters
9irst /or)ing day of
:une
7'
th
of !eptember
3&
th
;ctober
3. E,!-!/!,!"0 $o% ")* D*-%**
Candidates for admission to the Degree of B.Tech. shall be required to have undergone
the prescribed course of study in an institution maintained or affiliated to *ahatma
.andhi $niversity for a period of not less than four academic years and to have passed
all e"aminations specified in the scheme. The first academic year of study shall be
from the date of commencement of admission till the closure of the academic year. The
remaining 4 semester /ill have to be completed /ithin 7 subsequent academic years.
1. S(/2*+"# o$ S"(0
The sub0ects of study shall be in accordance /ith the scheme and syllabi given in the
6nne"ure.
3. E,*+"!4*#
6ll students shall choose electives in 8 and 8 semesters% from a prescribed set of
elective sub0ects offered by the institution% as indicated in the scheme. There should be
at least 2'( students of the class for an elective sub0ect to be offered. <e/ electives
may be introduced according to the needs of emerging fields in technology. The name
of the elective and its syllabus should be approved by the university before the course is
offered.
2
5. S*##!on&, 6o%7
!essional mar)s for Theory% Dra/ing% =or)shops% >aboratories and +ractical /ill be
a/arded by the teaching faculty based on the day to day performance of the students.
The allocation of sessional mar)s for the individual sub0ects shall be on the follo/ing
basis.
T)*o%0 S(/2*+"# 8%&+"!+&, S(/2*+"#
6ttendance 2'( 6ttendance 2'(
6ssignments 2'(
?egular class
/or)/Dra/ing/=or)shop ?ecord/>ab
?ecord and Class +erformance
4'(
Tests 4'( Tests 2'(
The sessional mar)s allotted for attendance shall be a/arded in direct proportion to the
percentage of attendance secured by the candidate in the sub0ect. @o/ever full
sessional mar)s for attendance shall be a/arded to those /ho are securing 2'(
attendance and above.
9. E.&'!n&"!on
There shall be $niversity ,"aminations at the end of the first academic year and at the
end of every semester from third semester on/ards in sub0ects as prescribed in the
scheme of e"amination.
:. E,!-!/!,!"0 $o% &;;*&%!n- *.&'!n&"!on !# #(/2*+" "o ")* $o,,o6!n-
a1 The student should have successfully completed the course /or) for the
year/semester.
b1 The student should have not less than A&( attendance for the particular year in
the case of 5 semesters combined or the particular semester in the case of
higher semesters.
@o/ever% he is eligible for condonation of attendance Bonce in case of 5 semesters
combined or t/ice in the case of higher semesters1 sub0ect to the conditions given
belo/ in the entire course.
i1 @is conduct must be satisfactory.
ii1 The shortage shall not be more than 3'( of actual /or)ing days.
iii1 Condonation is given only on medical grounds.
iv1 The condonation shall be granted sub0ect to rules and procedures prescribed by
the $niversity from time to time.
v1 t is open to the 8ice Chancellor to grant condonation of shortage of attendance
on the recommendation of +rincipal.
<. R*;*"!"!on o$ ")* +o(%#* 6o%7
a1 6 student /ho is not eligible for condonation of shortage of attendance shall
repeat the course in full including the sessional /or) in the ne"t immediate
chance. The sessional mar)s earned during repetition of course alone /ill be
counted in such case.
b1 6 student can repeat the course only once in each semester/year.
c1 6 student can also repeat the course /or) for improving sessional mar)s sub0ect
to the follo/ing conditions.
7
i1 @e shall repeat the course /or) in full Bincluding sessionals1 in a particular
semester/year once and that too at the earliest available opportunity.
ii1 @e shall not combine his course /or) /ith regular course /or) of any other
semester.
iii1 6 candidate /ho has satisfactorily completed the 8 semester course /ill
not be allo/ed to repeat the course /or) in any semester.
iv1 @e shall not be allo/ed to repeat the course /or) of any semester if he has
already passed that semester e"amination in full.
v1 6 candidate /ho has been registered for the higher semester e"amination
/ill not be allo/ed to repeat the course /or)% in lo/er semester.
vi1 The sessional mar)s obtained during the repeated course only shall be
considered for all purposes.
d1 9or repeating the course in any of the above cases the character and conduct of
the student must be satisfactory as certified by the @ead of the nstitution.
10. Con(+" o$ E.&'!n&"!on
To conduct all the theory e"aminations% a Chief !uperintendent and an 6ssistant Chief
!uperintendent should be appointed by the +rincipal. 6n e"ternal Chief !uperintendent
should also be appointed by the $niversity as an ;bserver for conducting all theory
e"aminations in !elfCfinancing ,ngineering Colleges.
The e"amination in theory papers /ill be conducted in accordance /ith the follo/ing
schedule as far as possible.
=o%* Noon A$"*% Noon
Tues. day 3 3 5 2% 4 D% 2
=ed. day 2 & 7% A
Thurs. day 7 3 5 2% 4 D% 2
9ri. day D & 7% A
*on. day & 3 5 2% 4 D% 2
Tues. day 4 & 7% A
=ed. day A 3 5 2% 4 D% 2
Thurs. day 2 & 7% A
9ri. day E 3 5 2% 4 D% 2
*on. day 3' 3 5 2% 4 D% 2
Tues. day 33 & 7% A
=ed. day 32 3 5 2
Thurs. day 37 & 7% A
9ri. day 3D 3 5 2
*on. day 3& 3 5 2
B*ain and supplementary e"aminations /ill alternate1
Conduct of Practical Examinations
The +rincipals of the concerned ,ngineering Colleges /ith the help of the Chairmen of
all branches /ill conduct the practical e"amination for all semesters /ith the approval
from the $niversity and bonafide laboratory record% /or)shop record/pro0ect record%
seminar report are mandatory for appearing practical/viva voce university
e"aminations.
To conduct each practical e"amination% an ,"ternal ,"aminer and an nternal ,"aminer
should be appointed by the $niversity. n !elfCfinancing ,ngineering Colleges% no
D
practical e"amination should be conducted /ithout the presence of an ,"ternal
,"aminer appointed by the $niversity.
11. M!n!'(' $o% & ;&##
6 candidate shall be declared to have passed in any individual sub0ect of a
semester/year e"amination if he secures not less than D'( mar)s for the sub0ect in
$niversity e"amination and not less than &'( of the total mar)s for the sub0ect% i.e.%
$niversity e"amination mar)s and sessional mar)s in that sub0ect put together. 6
candidate /ho passes in all the sub0ects of a semester e"amination shall be declared to
have passed the e"amination in full.
12. I';%o4*'*n" o$ '&%7#
6 candidate shall be allo/ed to reCappear for any theory e"amination in order to
improve the mar)s already obtained sub0ect to the follo/ing conditions.
a1 The candidate shall be permitted to ta)e the improvement e"amination only
during the chance immediately after the first appearance.
b1 The candidate shall not be allo/ed to appear for an improvement e"amination
for the sub0ect of the 8 semester.
c1 The improved mar)s Bbetter of the t/o1 obtained by the candidate for each
sub0ect he has appeared for shall be counted for all purposes.
d1 6 candidate can apply for improvement in three sub0ects in combined !5
provided he/she has passed all the theory sub0ects.
e1 6 candidate can apply improvement in t/o sub0ects in combined !5 if he/she
has only one supplementary theory e"amination.
f1 6 candidate can improve one sub0ect in combined !5 if he/she has only t/o
supplementary theory e"aminations.
g1 Those candidates /ho have to /rite supplementary e"amination in three or
more theory papers in combined !5 /ill not be eligible for improvement of
any paper.
h1 9or higher semesters B! to !81 Bi1 a candidate can apply for improvement in
t/o sub0ects if he/she has passed all theory sub0ects Bii1 a candidate can apply
for improvement in one sub0ects if he/she has passed five theory sub0ects Biii1 a
candidate shall not be eligible for improvement of any paper if he/she has failed
for t/o or more theory sub0ects.
i1 <o candidate shall be permitted to improve the mar)s for practical e"amination.
01 6 candidate shall be allo/ed to /ithdra/ from the /hole e"amination of a
semester in accordance /ith the rules for cancellation of e"aminations% of the
$niversity.

13. 8%o'o"!on "o H!-)*% #*'*#"*%#
6 student is eligible to be promoted to the higher semesters sub0ect to the follo/ing
conditions.
i1 @e should have successfully completed the lo/er semester.
ii1 @e should have obtained A&( attendance in the lo/er semester or obtained
condonation as per $niversity rules.
iii1 6 student shall be permitted to register for any semester e"amination only if he
had registered for the previous semester e"amination.
&
iv1 6 student can be permitted to register for the 8 semester $niversity
e"amination only if he has passed fully the combined 5 semester e"amination.
v1 6 student can be permitted to register for the 8 semester e"amination only if
he has passed fully the and 8 semester e"amination.
11. Co';,*"!on o$ ")* +o(%#*
The degree /ill be a/arded to the candidate only if he successfully completes the
course /or) and has passed all the e"aminations /ithin a period of 2 years from the
time of admission.
13. C,&##!$!+&"!on o$ S(++*##$(, +&n!&"*#
a1 6 candidate /ho qualifies for the Degree passing all the semester
e"aminations /ithin five academic years B3' consecutive semesters1 after
commencement of his course of study and has secured not less than A&( of the
aggregate of the total mar)s in all the 2 semesters shall be declared to have
passes B.Tech. ,"amination in 9irst Class /ith Distinction.
b1 6 candidate /ho qualifies for the Degree passing all the semester
e"aminations /ithin five academic years B3' consecutive semesters1 after the
commencement of the course of study and has secured not less than 4'( of the
aggregate of the total mar)s in all the 2 semesters shall be declared to have
passes B.Tech. ,"amination in 9irst Class.
c1 6ll other successful candidates shall be declared to have passed B.Tech.
Degree ,"amination in !econd Class.
d1 !uccessful candidates /ho complete the e"amination in four academic years
B2 consecutive semesters and chances1 after the commencement of the course of
study shall be ran)ed branchC/ise on the basis of the aggregate of the total
mar)s for all the eight semesters.
15. In(#"%!&, 4!#!"
t is desirable to conduct ndustry/,stablishment/!ite visits of one day duration as
suggested by the department in 7
rd
to 2
th
semesters. !uch visits should be limited to 3&
numbers during the course and these days /ill be counted for attendance.
19. Co-+(%%!+(,&% A+"!4!"!*# &n E."%& M(%&,#
a) ‘Students’ Counselling
!tudents counselling must be underta)en either during !aturdays or after regular
/or)ing hours or on other holidays depending upon the convenience of students
and faculty members. 6 team of 7 faculty members including group tutor of the
class is e"pected to conduct regular counselling for duration of & hours//ee) in
order to help the students in their curricular and personal problems.
b) Industrial/Field Training & Literature !er!ie"
n order to promote ndustryCnstitute nteraction and to impart handsCon
e"perience in the field /or)/literature overvie/% 7 hours//ee) must be set apart
for each class in addition to regular /or)ing hours under the supervision of the
faculty members.
c) Seminar# S$m%osium# &rou% 'iscussions etc(
;rientation lectures% !eminars etc. /ill be presented by the faculty and e"perts
from ndustries or other ,ducational institutions. 6lso there /ill be !eminars%
4
Debates and .roup Discussions presented by the students to develop their
communication s)ill. 7 hours//ee) from D +.*. to & +.*. is to be apart for this%
/hich is to be% supervised by the faculty members.
d) Pro)ect "or*
9or the students in final semester% in addition to D hours allotted to regular
pro0ect /or)% & hours//ee) must also be added on during !aturdays or other
holidays in order to improve the quality of the pro0ects underta)en. 6 candidate
/ill not be permitted to appear for the pro0ect /or)/viva voce e"aminations
unless% he/she submits the pro0ect report /ithin the prescribed date B*arch 3&
th
1.
1:. >(*#"!on 8&;*%#
Fuestion papers for *athematics of all semesters and ,ngineering .raphics of 5
semesters combined shall contain t/o questions from each module of the relevant
syllabus% one of /hich /ill have to be ans/ered. 6ll other theory papers /ill normally
have the question papers in the follo/ing pattern.
+art 6 !hort ans/er questions covering the /hole syllabus /ith ma"imum D'(
mar)s for this part. 6ll questions are compulsory.
+art B T/o questions from each module of the syllabus out of /hich one is to be
ans/ered. *a"imum mar)s for this part is 4'(.
1<. R*4!#!on o$ R*-(,&"!on#
The $niversity may from time to time revise% amend or change the ?egulations% scheme
of studies% and e"amination and syllabi. The changes% unless specified other/ise% /ill
have effect from the beginning of the academic year/semester follo/ing the
<otification from the $<8,?!TG.
A

S+)*'* ? I @ II S*'*#"*%# Co'/!n*
!cheme H 5 BCommon to all branches1
Course
Code
Course
<o.
!ub0ect Teaching +eriod Duration
of $ty.
,"am
Bhrs1
*ar)s
>ect. Tut. +rac. !ession
al
The
ory
+ract
ical
Total
C*,
>?+T6
6 3'3 ,ngineering *athematics 7 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
B 3'2 ,ngineering +hysics 3 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
C 3'7 ,ngineering Chemistry 3 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
D 3'D ,ngineering *echanics 2 2 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
, 3'& ,ngineering .raphics 3 C 7 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
9 3'4 Basic Civil ,ngineering 3 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
. 3'A Basic *echanical ,ngineering 3 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
@ 3'2 Basic ,lectrical ,ngineering 3 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
3'E Basic ,lectronics ,ngineering 3 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
: 33' =or)shop C C 4I C &'"7 C C 3&'
Total 32 E E C 4'' E'' C 3&''
I7 periods /ill be in *echanical ,ngineering =or)shop and 7 periods in Civil ,ngineering
=or)shop 5 ,lectrical ,ngineering =or)shop alternately.
3
RD
SEMESTER
Course
Code
Course
<o. !ub0ect
Teaching
+eriods
$ty.
,"am
duration
Bhours 1
*ar)s
> T + !essional Theory +ractical Total
6 C*,>
7'3
,ngineering
*athematicsC
7 3 - 7 &' 3'' - 3&'
B + 7'2 @umanities 7 3 + 7 &' 3'' + 3&'
C + 7'7 Computer
+rogramming
7 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
D + 7'D +olymer !cienceC 7 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
, + 7'& ;rganic Chemistry 7 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
9 *+
7'4
!trength of *aterials
5 !tructural
,ngineering
7 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
. + 7'A Chemistry lab C 7 7 &' C 3'' 3&'
@ + 7'2 Computer >ab C 7 7 &' C 3'' 3&'
Total 32 4 4 C D'' 4'' 2'' 32''
2
1
")
S*'*#"*%
Course
Code
Course
<o. !ub0ect
Teaching
+eriods
$ty.
,"am
duration
Bhours 1
*ar)s
> T + !essional Theory +ractical Total
6 C*,+
D'3
,ngineering
*athematicsC
7 3 - 7 &' 3'' - 3&'
B + D'2 ;b0ect ;riented
+rogramming
7 3 + 7 &' 3'' + 3&'
C >+
D'7
,lectrical
Technology
7 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
D + D'D Chemical ,ngg. H 7 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
, + D'& +olymer +hysics 7 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
9 + D'4 +olymer !cienceC 7 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
. + D'A +olymer +reparation
5 Characterisation
>ab
C 7 7 &' C 3'' 3&'
@ + D'2 ,lectrical *achines
>ab
C 7 7 &' C 3'' 3&'
Total
32 4 4 C D'' 4'' 2'' 32''
3
TH
SEMESTER
Course
Code
Course
<o. !ub0ect
Teaching
+eriods
$ty.
,"am
duration
Bhours 1
*ar)s
> T + !essional Theory +ractical Total
6 C*,+
&'3
,ngineering
*athematicsC 8
7 3 - 7 &' 3'' - 3&'
B + &'2 Chemical ,ngg. C 7 3 + 7 &' 3'' + 3&'
C + &'7 +lastics C !cience 5
Technology
7 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
D + &'D ?ubber C !cience 5
Technology
7 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
, + &'& >ate" Technology 7 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
9 + &'4 +olymer +rocessingC

7 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
. + &'A !pecification Tests
>ab
C 7 7 &' C 3'' 3&'
@ + &'2 +olymer 6nalysis
>ab
C 7 7 &' C 3'' 3&'
Total
32 4 4 C D'' 4'' 2'' 32''
E
5
TH
SEMESTER
Course
Code
Course
<o. !ub0ect
Teaching
+eriods
$ty.
,"am
duration
Bhours 1
*ar)s
> T + !essional Theory +ractical Total
6 + 4'3 +rinciples of
*anagement
7 3 - 7 &' 3'' - 3&'
B + 4'2 ,ngg. !tatistics 5
Fuality Control
7 3 + 7 &' 3'' + 3&'
C + 4'7 Chemical ,ngg. C 7 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
D + 4'D Biomedical 5
Biopolymers
7 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
, + 4'& +olymer Blends 5
Composites
7 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
9 + 4'4 +olymer +rocessingC

7 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
. + 4'A >ate" +roducts >ab C 7 7 &' C 3'' 3&'
@ + 4'2 +olymer +roducts
>ab
C 7 7 &' C 3'' 3&'
Total
32 4 4 C D'' 4'' 2'' 32''
9
TH
SEMESTER
Course
Code
Course
<o. !ub0ect
Teaching
+eriods
$ty.
,"am
duration
Bhours 1
*ar)s
> T
+rac./
!essional Theory +ractical Total
6 + A'3 ,lectiveC 2 3 - 7 &' 3'' - 3&'
B + A'2 ndustrial
,ngineering
2 3 + 7 &' 3'' + 3&'
C + A'7 +roduction
,ngineering
7 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
D + A'D Chemical ,ngg. C
8
7 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
, + A'& Tyre Technology 7 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
9 + A'4 +olymer Testing 7 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
. + A'A +olymer Testing
>ab
C C 7 7 &' C 3'' 3&'
@ + A'2 Chemical
,ngineering >ab
C C 7 7 &' C 3'' 3&'

+A'E +ro0ect/!eminar
C C 2 C C C C C
Total
34 4 2 C D'' 4'' 2'' 32''
6t the beginning of the seventh semester% students must submit an abstract of their
undergraduate pro0ect. They must submit a preliminary report at the end of the
semester. They /ill complete the pro0ect in the eighth semester.
3'
:
TH
SEMESTER
Course
Code
Course
<o. !ub0ect
Teaching
+eriods
$ty.
,"am
duration
Bhours 1
*ar)s
> T
+rac./
!essional Theory +ractical Total
6 + 2'3 ,lectiveC 7 3 - 7 &' 3'' - 3&'
B + 2'2 Computer 6ided
design 5
*anufacturing
7 3 + 7 &' 3'' + 3&'
C + 2'7 9ibre Technology 7 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
D + 2'D +olymers 5
,nvironment
7 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
, + 2'& +olymer +roduct
Design
7 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
9 + 2'4 !peciality
+olymers
7 3 C 7 &' 3'' C 3&'
. + 2'A Chemical
Technology >ab
C C 7 7 &' C 3'' 3&'
@ + 2'2 +ro0ect =or) 5
!eminar
C C 7 C 3'' C C 3''
+ 2'E 8ivaC voce C C C C C C &' &'
Total
32 4 4 C D&' 4'' 3&' 32''
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS ? I
CMELR8TA 101 3A1A0
Mo(,* 1 M&"%!.
,lementary transformation H finding inverse and ran) using elementary
transformation H solution of linear equations using elementary transformations H
eigenvalues and eigenvectors H application of Cayley @amiltion theorem H
Diagonali#ation H ?eduction of quadratic form into sum of squares using
orthogonal transformation H nature of quadratic form.
Mo(,* 2 8&%"!&, D!$$*%*n"!&"!on
+artial differentiation H chair rules H ,ulers theorem for homogeneous functions H
Taylors series for function of t/o variables H ma"ima and minima of function of
t/o variables Bproof of results not e"pected.1
Mo(,*# 3 M(,"!;,* In"*-%&,#
Double integrals in cartesian and polar coCordinates H application in finding area
and volume using double integrals H change of variables using :acobian H triple
integrals in cartesian% cylindrical and spherical coCordinates H volume using triple
integrals H simple problems.
Mo(,* 1 L&;,&+* T%&n#$o%'#
>aplace transforms H >aplace transform of derivatives and integrals H shifting
theorem H differentiation and integration of transforms H inverse transforms H
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application of convolution property H solution of linear differential equations /ith
constant coefficients using >aplace transform H >aplace transform of unit step
function% impulse function and periodic function
Mo(,* 3 =o(%!*% S*%!*#
Dirichelt conditions H 9ourier series /ith period 2I and 23 H @alf range sine and
cosine series H simple problems H rms value.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. 6dvanced ,ngg. *athematics ,r/in -reys#ig
2. @igher ,ngg. *athematics .ra/al B.!.
7. ,ngg. *athematics <.+.Bali
D. >aplace and 9ourier Transforms .oyal and .upta
&. 6dvanced *athematics for ,ngineers ,.!.!o)olino)off
4. *ethods of 6pplied *athematics 9.B.@ilderbrand
ENGINEERING 8HYSICS
CMELR8TA 102 1A1A0
Mo(,* 1 O;"!+&, In#"%('*n"# &n A;;,!+&"!on#
,lectron microscope H characteristics of laser H spontaneous emission H stimulated
emission H population inversionCpumping pumping mechanisms H typical laser
systems li)e ?uby lase H @eC<e laser H semi conductor laser H 6pplications of
laser.
Mo(,* 2 S(;*% Con(+"!4!"0
Transition temperature H *eissner effect H sotope effect H Type and super
conductors H BC! theory Bqualitative study1 H @igh temperature super conductivity
Bgeneral idea1 H :oseph son effect H !F$D! H 6pplications of !uper conductors.
Mo(,* 3 C%0#"&,,o-%&;)0 &n L&""!+* 8,&n*#
Crystallography H space lattice H unitcell H crystal systems H CoCordination number
pac)ing factor H lattice planes and *iller ndices H spacing bet/een lattice planes H
BraggJs la/ and crystal structure analysis H BraggJs Xray spectrometer.
Mo(,* 1 M&-n*"!+ M&"*%!&,#
Dia% +ara% 9erro% 6ntiferro and 9erri magnetic materials H soft and hard magnetic
materials H properties H applications H magnetic permeability H susceptibility H
relation bet/een them H @ysteresis.
DielectricsK +roperties H Dielectric constant H Dielectric strength H Dielectric loss H
+olar and non polar molecule H Dielectric polari#ation H dielectric susceptibility H
types H applications.
$ltra sonics H +roduction H pic#oelectric and magnetostriction method H properties
H applications.
Mo(,* 3 =!/%* O;"!+# &n !"# A;;,!+&"!on
.eneral ides of optical fibre H <6 of fibre H step inde" and graded inde" fibre H
multi mode and single mode fibre H applications of optical fibre H fibre optic
communication system Bbloc) diagram1 H ;ptical fibre sensors.
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R*$*%*n+*#
3. ,ngg. +hysics ?.-..aur and !.>..upta
2. ,ngg. +hysics Dr. *.6rumugam
7. !olid !tate +hysics C.-ittel
D. ,ngg. *aterials Dec)er
&. +hysics for ,ngineers B.+remlet
ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY
CMELR8TA 103 1A1A0
Mo(,* 1 E,*+"%o C)*'!#"%0
Conductance H ,"perimental Determination H .alvenic cells H reversible and
irreversible cells H ,*9 and its measurement H !ingle electrode potential H types of
electrodes H @ydrogen electrode H Calomel electrode H ,lectrochemical series H
<ernst equation H concentration cells H polari#ation and over voltage H
decomposition potential H !econdary cells H >eadC6cid accumulator H 9uel cells.
Mo(,* 2 8,&#"!+# &n E,&#"o'*%#
@igh +olymers H types of polymeri#ation H addition% condensation and coC
polymerism C thermo plastics and thermo setting plastics H preparation and
properties of +8C% +86% +oly propelene% +oly vinylidene chloride% Teflon%
Terylene% 6crylics% <ylon% Ba)elite H *oulding techniques H >amination H glass
reinforced plastics H <atural ?ubber properties H 8alcunisation of rubber H
synthetic rubber H industrial uses buna rubbers% butyl rubber% silicon rubber and
Thio)ol.
Mo(,* 3 Co%%o#!on &n ;%o"*+"!4* +o&"!n-#
Chemical and electro chemical corrosion H 9actors affecting corrosion H corrosion
control H cathodic protection H inorganic coating H metallic coating H hot dipping H
electroplating H metal spraying H cladding H vacuum metalistion H anodisation H
vitreous coating.
Mo(,* 1 Do'*#"!+ 6&"*% #(;;,0
?equirements and methods of processing H ndustrial /ater supplyK @ard and soft
/aters H defects of using /ater containing dissolved minerals for industrial
purposes H Boiler Troubles H methods of treatment.
Mo(,* 3
9uelsK Classification H calorific value and its determination H solid% liquid and
gaseous fuels H petrol )noc) H octane number H cetane number H synthetic gasoline
H natural gas H pollution H causes of pollution H air pollution due to automobiles H
control of air pollution >ubrication and >ubricantsK *echanism of lubrication H
different types of lubricants H manufacture and properties of lubricating oil H
manufacture% properties and uses of semiCsolid lubricants H properties and uses of
solid lubricants H synthetic lubricants.
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37
3. ,ngg. Chemistry :ain and :ain
2. ,ngg. Chemistry ;.+.aggar/al
7. Chemistry in ,ngg. 6nd Tech. B8ol. 5 1 :.C.-uria)ose and :.?a0am
D. ,nvironmental Chemistry 6.-.De
ENGINEERING MECHANICS
CMELR8TA 101 2A2A0
Mo(,* 1
=o%+*# !n 8,&n* H 8ector addition of concurrent forces in plane H problems
involving the equilibrium of particles H free body diagrams.
Definition of rigid body H moment of a force about an a"is H varignonJs theorem of
moment H couple H properties of force couples H resolution of a given force in to
force acting at a given point and a couple H reduction of a system of coplanar forces
acting on a rigid body into a single force and a single couple H equilibrium of a rigid
body under coplanar forces H types of supports H reaction at supports of beams and
frames H graphical method.
Mo(,* 2
C*n"%* o$ -%&4!"0% centroid of /ires% areas% volumes H moment of inertia of lamina
and radius of gyration H parallel a"is theorem and its applications H mass moment of
inertia of thin circular and rectangular plates H mass moment of inertia of solid
rectangular prisms% cylinders and cones.
9rictionCangle of friction and coefficient of friction H la/s of dry frictionCladder
friction H /edge friction.
Mo(,* 3
!imple trusses H analysis of trusses by methods of 0oints and sections H graphicalC
method. !imple stress and strain H bars of uniform cross section H shear stress H
modulus of rigidity H bul) modulus H +oissonJs ratio H ?elation bet/een different
modulii.
Mo(,* 1
D0n&'!+#B -inematics B8elocity H acceleration1 rectilinear motion of a particle
under variable acceleration
?elative velocity H simple cases only. Circular motion /ith uniform acceleration H
relation bet/een angular and rectilinear motion H normal and tangential
acceleration H motion of rotation and translation H instantaneous centre of #ero
velocity Belementary treatment only1
Mo(,* 3
K!n*"!+# o$ ;&%"!+,*# H <e/tonJs >a/s of motion of translation H /or)% energy and
po/er H principles of momentum and impulse. *otion of rotation H couple H torque
H <e/tons la/s of motion of rotation H differential equations of rotation H angular
impulse and torque H conservation of angular momentum H /or)Cdone and po/er
by torque and couple.
R*$*%*n+*#
3D
3. !hames .@.% ,ngineering *echanics% +rentice hall of ndia
2. !.Timoshin)o% ,ngineering *echanics% *c.ra/ @ill
7. ?amachandra% ,ngineering *echanics% !tandard +ublishers and Distributors
D. !. ?a0ase)ararn 5 ..!an)arasubramanian% ,ngineering *echanics% 8i)as
+ublishing Co.
&. Beer 9.+. 5 :ohnston ,.?.% *echanics for ,ngineers H !tatics and Dynamics%
*c.r/a @ill
4. *eriam :.>. 5 -raige >...% ,ngineering *echanics% :ohn =iley
ENGINEERING GRA8HICS
CMELR8TA 103 1A0A3
Mo(,* 1
In"%o(+"!on o$ En-!n**%!n- G%&;)!+#K dra/ing instruments and their uses H
familiari#ation /ith current% ndian standard code of practice for general
engineering dra/ing.
!cales H plain scale H vernier scal H diagonal scale.
Conic sections H construction of ellipse% parabola% hyoperbola and rectangular
hyperbola. Construction of cycloids% involute% archimedian spiral and logarithmic
spiral H dra/ing tangents and normals to these curves.
Mo(,* 2
In"%o(+"!on "o o%")o-%&;)!+ ;%o2*+"!on#K planes of pro0ection H pro0ection of
points in different quadrants. ;rthographic pro0ection of straight lines parallel to
one plane and inclined to the other plane H straight lines inclined to both the planes
H true length and inclination of lines /ith reference planes H traces of lines H
pro0ection of planes.
Mo(,* 3
+ro0ection of polyhedra and solids of revolution H cubes% prisms% cones% cylinders%
pyramids% tetrahedron% octahedron and sphere H frustums.
+ro0ection of solids /ith a"is parallel to one plane and parallel% perpendicular of
inclined to the other plane C pro0ection of solids on au"iliary planes.
!ections of solids by planes inclined to hori#ontal or vertical planes.
Mo(,* 1
Development of surfaces of cubes% prisms% cylinders% pyramids and cones H
development of funnels and pipe elbo/s.
ntroduction to isometric pro0ection H isometric scale H isometric vie/s H isometric
pro0ections of prism% pyramids% cylinders% cones and spheres.
Mo(,* 3
In"%o(+"!on "o ;%*#;*+"!4* ;%o2*+"!on#K prespective vie/s of prisms.
ntersection of surfaces H methods of determining lines of intersection H intersection
of prism% cylinder in cylinder.
R*$*%*n+*#
3&
3. ,lementary ,ngineering Dra/ing H <.D.Bhatt.
2. .eometrical Dra/ing H +.!..ill.
7. .eometrical Dra/ing H 8.>a)shmi <arayanan 5 *.C.*arhur
D. ,ngineering .raphics H +..8arghese 5 -.C.:ohn
BASIC CIVIL ENGINEERING
CMELR8TA 105 1A1A0
Mo(,* 1
M&"*%!&,#B C*'*n" H Types of +ortland cement H grades of cement and its uses H
!teel H types of steel for reinforcement bars H steel structural sections. 6ggregatesK
sources% types 5 si#es H requirements of good aggregates. *ortar preparation H
Concrete H grades of concrete as per ! Code H /ater cement ratio% /or)ability%
batching% mi"ing% compaction and curing.
Mo(,* 2
T!'/*% H 8arieties found in -erala H effects% seasoning% decay preservation H
specification for use in construction.
B%!+7#B varieties and strength H tests on bric)s.
Roo$!n-B !teel truss. 6. C. and . sheets roofing for industrial buildings H s)etches
only H reinforced concrete roofs. BDesign details not required1
Mo(,* 3
B(!,!n- Co';on*n"#K 9oundationK Bearing capacity and settlement C definitions C
solated footing C combined footing C rafts% piles and /ell foundation C machine
foundation C special situations /here those foundations are suitable. BBrief
description only1.
!uperstructureK =alls C bric) masonry C ,nglish bond C 9lemish bond C !tone
masonryC?andom ?ubble masonry.
Mo(,* 1
S(%4*0!n-B Classifications C based on ob0ect of survey C based on instruments used.
Chain !urveyingK nstruments C field /or) C field boo) C procedure and boo)ing.
Compass !urveyingK +rismatic compass H Basic principles C Bearing of survey lines
5 local attraction.
>evelingK field /or) C reduction of levels C @eight of instrument method.
Mo(,* 3
S!"* ;,&n preparation for buildings B!)etch only1 H -erala *unicipal Building
?ules H 3EEECgeneral provisions regarding site and building requirements H
,"terior and interior open air spaces H coverage and floor area ratio H provisions of
the si#e% height and ventilation of rooms Bresidential buildings1 disposal of domestic
/aste /ater through septic tan) and soa) pit. Classification of roads and
components of roads H basics of traffic engineering H ?oad mar)ing H Traffic
slands% signaling H Bbrief description only1

R*$*%*n+*#
3. :ha and !inha% Construction and foundation ,ngineering% -hanna +ublishers
34
2. +unmia B. C.% !urveying 8ol H% >a"mi +ublications
7. ?ang/ala% Building *aterials% Charotar Boo) stall
D. -. -hanna 5 C. ,. .. :usto% @igh/ay ,ngineering% -hanna +ublishers
&. <evile% +roperties of Concrete% *c .ra/ @ill
4. -erala *unicipal ?ules H 3EEE
BASIC MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
CMELR8TA 109 1-1-0
Mo(,* 1
T)*%'o0n&'!+#B Basic concepts and definitions% .as la/s% specificheat H
$niversal gas constant H sothermal% adiabatic and polytropic processes% /or) done
and heat transferredK Carnot% ;tto 5 Diesel Cycles H air standard efficientcy.
Mo(,* 2
I.C. En-!n*#B =or)ing of t/o stro)e and four stro)e engines H petrol and diesel
engines H fuel systems% in0ector and carburetor H ignition system H lubrication and
cooling systems.
?efrigeration and airCconditioningK methods of refrigeration H vapour compression
and vapour absorption systems H bloc) diagrams and general descriptions H /inter
and summer air conditioning systems H general description.
Mo(,* 3
8o6*% "%&n#'!##!onB *ethods of transmission H belt% rope% chain and gear drives.
9ields of application% calculation of length of belt H e"pression for ratio of belt
tension. 8elocity ratio and slip H simple problems H velocity ratio and choice of
gear /heels H simple problems.
Mo(,* 1
8o6*% ;,&n"#B .eneral layout of hydraulic% diesel% thermal and nuclear po/er
plants% nonconventional energy sources% general description only.
Types of hydraulic turbines H selection of turbines depending upon head% discharge
and specific speed H steam turbines H reaction and impulse turbines H compounding
methods.
Mo(,* 3
!imple description of general purpose machines li)e lathe% shaping machines%
drilling machine% milling machine and grinding machine.
*anufacturing processK moulding and casting% forging% rolling% /elding H arc
/elding H gas /elding Bsimple descriptions only1
R*$*%*n+*#
3. ,lements of @ear ,ngines ?.C.+atel
2. Thermal ,ngineering +.>.Bellany
7. ,lements of *echanical ,ngineering !.Dom)und/ar
D. +o/er +lant ,ngineering <agpal
3A
BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
CMELR8TA 10: 1A1
Mo(,* 1
! unit of Current% 8oltage% +o/er and ,nergy% ;hmJs >a/ H Temperature
Coefficient of ?esistance H -irchhoffJs >a/s H !olution of !eriesC+arallel D.C.
circuits H star Delta Transformation H *agnetic Circuits H 9lu"C9lu" density H m m
f H *agnetising 9orce H ?eluctance H+ermeability HComparison of ,lectric and
*agnetic CircuitsC9orce e"perienced by a current carrying conductor in *agnetic
9ield H ,lectromagnetic nduction H 9aradyJs >a/s H >en#Js >a/ H !tatically
nduced e m f H dynamically induced e.m.f. H !elf and mutual nduction H
Coefficient of coupling.
Mo(,* 2
6lternating Fuantity H .eneration of !inusoidal 8oltage H 9requency H ?.*.!. and
6verage 8alue H 9orm 9actor H +ea) 9actor H +hasor ?epresentation H +hase and
+hase Difference H !olution of !eries ? > C circuits H +o/er and p.f. H ;perator L0J
H 6dmittance H solution of series and parallel ? > C circuits.
Mo(,* 3
?esonance H !eries and +arallel H F factor H !electivity and Band/idth H Three
phase system H ?epresentation H !tar and Delta !ystems H +hase sequence H
Balanced Delta connected !ystem H Balanced !tar Connected system H +hasor
representations H !imple +roblems.
Mo(,* 1
D.C. *achine H +rinciple of ;perations of a D.C. generator H Constructional
Details H e.m.f. equation H Types of .enerators.
D.C. *otor H +rinciple of ;perations H Bac) e.m.f. and its !ignificance H <ecessity
of !tarters H Types of motors and 6pplications.
Transformer H +rinciple of ;perations H e.m.f. equation H deal Transformer H
Constructional Details H >osses and ,fficiency H $se of +o/er% Distribution and
nstrument Transformers.
nduction *otor H +rinciple of ;peration of 7 phase nduction *otor H Cage and
!lip ring H !lip H 6pplications H types of !ingle +hase nduction *otors H
6pplications.
6lternator H +rinciple of ;perations H Types
Mo(,* 3
?equirements of .ood >ighting !ystem H =or)ing +rinciple of ncandescent H
9luorescent and *ercury 8apour >amps H ,stimate the quantity of *aterials
required and Dra/ the /iring layout of Ba1 ?esidential Building /ith ;ne or T/o
rooms. Bb1 =or)shop /ith one nduction *otor.
.eneration H Types of .eneration H @ydroelectric% Thermal% <uclear and <on
Conventional H Transmission H <eed for high 8oltage Transmission H
Transmission 8oltages in -erala H Distribution H $nderground 8ersus ;verhead H
9eeder H Distributor H !ervice *ains H Conductor materials H ;ne line Diagram of
a typical +o/er !ystem.
32
R*$*%*n+*#
3. ,lectrical Technology @.Cotton
2. ,lectrical Technology @ughese
7. ,lectrical Circuits ,dminister :.6.
D. ,lectrical Design% ,stimating 5 Costing !.-.Bhattacharya% -.B.?aina
&. 6 Course in ,lectrical +o/er *.>.!oni 5 +.8..upta
BASIC ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
CMELR8TA10< 1A1A0
Mo(,* 1
B&#!+ +!%+(!" +o';on*n"#
8&##!4* +o';on*n"#B ?esistors C Types of resistors C 9i"ed ?esistors C 8ariable
resistors% resistor tolerance% colour coding% po/er rating of resistors.
CapacitorsK Types of capacitorsK 9i"ed capacitors% *ica% +aper% Ceramic and
,lectrolytic capacitors% 8ariable capacitors% voltage rating of capacitors.
nductorsK 9i"ed and 8ariable inductors.
S*'!+on(+"o% Co';on*n"#K Definition of insulators% semiconductors and
conductors typesK ntrinsic and e"trinsic% p and n type materials% pn 0unction%
ClassificationsK .ermanium% !ilicon% Mener% >,Ds B/or)ing principle only1.
T%&n#!#"o%#K npn% pnp% /or)ing principle.
In"*-%&"* +!%+(!"#K 6dvantages% classification% >inear and Digital Cs.
Mo(,* 2
B&#!+ *,*+"%on!+ +!%+(!"#
D!o* +!%+(!"#B 9or/ard and reverse characteristics% ?ectifiersK @alf /ave% full
/ave% Bridge circuits% DC +o/er supplyK Capacitor filter% Mener regulator%
eliminator circuit.
T%&n#!#"o% +!%+(!"#B CB% C,% CC characteristics% concept of α and β% 6mplifiers%
common emitter ?C coupled amplifier% 9requency response% Band/idth.
Mo(,* 3
B&#!+ +o''(n!+&"!on *n-!n**%!n-
Co''(n!+&"!onB 9requency bandsK ?9% 8@9% $@9. *odulation H need for
modulation% basic principles of amplitude% frequency% phase and pulse modulation.
R&!o *n-!n**%!n-B bloc) schematic of 6* radio receiver and transmitter C
function of each bloc).
T*,*4!#!on En-!n**%!n-K Basic principles of T8 H C?T C scanning C simplified
bloc) schematic of a monochrome T8 receiver.
W!%*,*## +o''(n!+&"!onB mobile% micro/ave and satellite Bbasic principles and
bloc) schematic only1.

Mo(,* 1
3E
B&#!+ !n#"%('*n"&"!on &n D!-!"&, *,*+"%on!+#
E,*+"%on!+ !n#"%('*n"&"!onB TransducersK Basic principles of !train guage%
>8DT% Thermistor% +hotodiode% microphones% >oud spea)er.
*easurementsK *ultimeter and XCG recorder.
D!-!"&, *,*+"%on!+#B number systems C binary% octal and he"adecimal C conversion C
representation of negative numbers using 3Js compliment and 2Js compliment
method. >ogic gates H truth table.
Mo(,* 3
B&#!+ Co';("*% *n-!n**%!n-
D!-!"&, +o';("*%B Bloc) schematic% function of each bloc)K C+$% *emory% /;
devices.
*emoryK ?6*% ?;*% *agnetic Tape% 9loppy Discs% @ard Discs and CD.
8%o-%&''!n-K *achine language% 6ssembly language% @igh level language%
!ystem !oft/are% ;perating systems% Compilers and 6ssemblers.
R*$*%*n+*#

3. Basic ,lectronicsK Bernad .rob% *c .ra/ @ill +ublication
2. ,lectronic DevicesK 9loyd% +earson ,ducation
7. ,lectronic Devices 5 Circuits TheoryK Boyelstad 5 <aschels)y% +rentice @all.
D. ,lectronic +rinciplesK *alvino% *c .ra/ @ill +ublication
&. Digital +rinciplesK *alvino 5 >each% *c .ra/ @ill +ublication
4. ntegrated ,lectronicsK *illman 5 @al)ias% *c .ra/ @ill +ublication
A. ,lectronic nstrumentationK @.! -alsi% *c .ra/ @ill +ublication
2. !ystems +rogrammingK :.:. Donavan% *c .ra/ @ill +ublication
WORKSHO8
A-MECHANICAL ENGINEERING WORKSHO8
CMELR8TA 110 0A0A5
Carpentry +laning H cutting H chiseling% mar)ing H sa/ing H cross and tee 0oints H
dovetail 0oints H ,ngineering 6pplication% !easoning% +reservation H
+ly/ood and plyboards.
9itting +ractice in chipping H filing H cutting H male and female 0oints
!mithy 9orging of square and he"agonal prisms% he"agonal bolt H 9orging
+rinciples% materials and different operations.
2'
9oundry +reparation of !imple sand moulds H moulding sand characteristics%
materials% gate% runner% riser% core% chaplets and casting defects.
Demonstration 5 study of machine tool C lathe% drilling% boring% soltting
shaping and milling machines% grinding% C<C and machining centers.
B-CIVIL ENGINEERING WORKSHO8
CMELR8TA 110
M&#on%0 ,nglish bond H flemish bond H/all H0unction H one bric) H one and a half bric)
C t/o bric) t/o and a half bric)N6rch setting.
8,('/!n- !tudy of /ater supply and sanitary fittingsN/ater supply pipe fitting Htap
connections C sanitary fittings C urinal% /ash basinNcloset B,uropean and ndian1%
manholes.
S(%4*0!n- !tudy of surveying instruments H chain H compass H plane table H leveling H
theodoliteNminor instruments.
C ? ELECTRICAL @ ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING WORKSHO8
CMELR8TA 110
3. =iring of one lamp and one plug% control of t/o lamps in series and in parallel.
2. !tair case =iring.
7. .odo/n =iring.
D. @ospital =iring.
&. =iring of fluorescent% C 9 > and mercury vapour lamp.
4. =iring of Distribution Board including +o/er +lug using solator% * C B and , >
C B.
A. nsulation megger H earth megger% measurement of nsulation resistance and earth
resistance.
2. dentification of electronic components and soldering practice.
E. !oldering and testing of a @ = and 9= rectifier /ith capacitor filter in a + C B.
3'. !oldering of typical C circuit.
7 periods /ill be in *echanical ,ngineering =or)shop and 7 periods in Civil ,ngineering
=or)shop 5 ,lectrical ,ngineering =or)shop alternately.
23
B.TECH. DEGREE COURSE
22
SYLLABUS
8OLYMER
ENGINEERING BRANCH
27
THIRD SEMESTER
2D
MATHEMATICS ? II
ENGINEERING
CMEL8A 301 3A1
Mo(,* 1 V*+"o% D!$$*%*n"!&, C&,+(,(#
Differentiation of vector functions C scalar and vector fields H gradient% divergence
and curl of a vector function H their physical meaning H directional derivative H
scalar potential% conservative fields H identities H simple problems.
Mo(,* 2 V*+"o% In"*-%&, C&,+(,(#
>ine% surface and volume ntegrals H /or) done by a force along a path H
6pplication of .reenJs theorem% !to)es theorem and .auss divergence theorem.
Mo(,* 3 =(n+"!on o$ Co';,*. V&%!&/,*
Definition of analytic functions and singular points H derivation of C.?. equations
in Cartesian coCordinates H harmonic and orthogonal properties H construction of
analytic function given real or imaginary parts H comple" potential H conformal
transformation of function li)e #
n
% e
#
% 3/#% sin #% #+)
2
/# H bilinear transformation H
cross ratio H invariant property H simple problems.
Mo(,* 1 =!n!"* D!$$*%*n+*#
*eaning of ∆% ∇% ,% µ% δ C interpolation using <e/tonJs for/ard and bac)/ard
formula H central differences H problems using !tirlingJs formula% >agrangeJs
formula and <e/tonJs divided difference formula for unequal intervals.
Mo(,* 3 D!$$*%*n+* C&,+(,(#
<umerical differentiation using for/ard and bac)/ard differences H <umerical
integration H <e/ton H CoteJs formula H trape#oidal rule H !impsonJs 3/7
rd
and
7/2
th
rule H simple problems. Difference equations H !olution of difference
equations.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. ,r/in -reys#ig% 6dvanced ,ngg. *athematics% =iley ,astern >td.
2. .ra/al B.!.% @igher ,ngg. *athematics% -hanna +ublishers.
7. *.-.8en)ataraman% <umerical *ethods in science 5 ,ngg.% <ational +ublishing
Co.
D. !.Balachandra ?ao and ..-.!hantha% <umerical *ethods% $niversity press.
&. *ichael D..reenberg% 6dvanced ,ngg. *athematics% +renticeC@all.
4. *.?.!piegel% Theory and +roblems of 8ector analysis% *c.ra/ H @ill.
2&
HUMANITIES
8302 3A1
8&%" AB HISTORY O= SCIENCE @ TECHNOLOGY
Mo(,* 1
,arly Developments and *iddle +eriodKContributions of ndian% Chinese% .ree)
and ?oman Civili#ations to science and technology. The dar) ages of science in
,urope. Technology transfer from east to /est% the role of 6rabs.
Mo(,* 2
?enaissance and the ,arly *odern +eriodK9lo/ering of ,uropian Technology% the
fall of the 6ristotelian universe and the beginning of modern science. ndustrial
revolution and its impact on !cience% the historical development of prime movers%
progress in steel ma)ing% the birth and gro/th of different branches of ,ngineering.
The characteristic trends in 2'th century science% comparison /ith the 3ECth century
approach. Theories of life and universe% science and religion.
Mo(,* 3
*odern Trends in TechnologyKDevelopments in communication% transport and
po/er engineering. !cience in agriculture% the computer and space e"ploration.
ntegration of !cience% technology and society% !cience as agent of social change%
?esource depletion and pollution. The urban problem and the social cost of
progress% >imits to gro/th. !cience and Technology in developing countries%
+roblems of technology transfer% ?ole of small scale and village industries%
.andhian approach to technology% Concept of appropriate technology.
8&%" BB ECONOMICS
Mo(,* 1
The basic economic problem% definitions% nature of economics and its la/s.
,conomic !ystems% Capitalism% !ocialism and *i"ed ,conomy. Theory of demand
and supply% marginal utility theory% la/ of demand% elasticity% factors of production%
cost of production% supply curves.
Mo(,* 3
Theory of value% value and price% determination of mar)et price and output under
perfect competition and monopoly. Distribution% marginal productivity% theory of
distribution% rent% /ages% interest and profit. *oney and ban)ing% Classification of
money% inflation% types of ban)s% their functions% credit creation. +ublic economics%
?evenue% Ta"ation% ,"penditure. <ational income% macro economic approach%
.<+% *<+% <% D% +% methods of calculation of national income.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. @istory of !cience and Technology K ?.8...*enon
2. 6 @istory of Technology K C.!ingar
7. !cience in Technology K :.D.Bernal
D. !cience and @uman 8alues K :.Bro/nos)yi
&. ,lements of ,conomics K +aul 6.8.
4. 6 Te"t Boo) of *odern ,conomics K 6bu0a -..@.>.
A. +rinciples of ,conomics K !undaram and =aish
24
COM8UTER 8ROGRAMMING
8 303 3A1
Mo(,* 1
Computer fundamentals% classification% mainframe% mini and microcomputers%
bloc) schematic of personal computers. Concept of soft/are and hard/are.
ntroduction to +C operating systems% D;! and =<D;=!% +rogramming
languages% classification% machine language% assembly language and high level
language. +rogram development. 9lo/ charts and algorithms. Compilers%
assemblers.
Mo(,* 2
C +rogramming% ntroduction to C programming language% compilation of C
programs. !tructure of a C program% synta" of C language% input% output statements.
9undamental data types% variables% identifiers% )ey/ords% operator precedence and
associativity% arithmetic e"pressions. !imple e"ercise% >oop statementsCfor% /hile%
doC/hile. Decision statementsCif% nested if% s/itch statements% brea) and continue
statements.
Mo(,* 3
6rrays 5 !tructures% single and multidimensional arrays% character arrays and its
initiali#ations. !tring and its initiali#ations% 9unctionsCconcept% function declaration
and calling. 6rguments and local variables% parameter passing methods in C
function% concept of recursive functions. Declaration and initialisation of structure
variables. 6rray of structures and nested structures. ,"ample programs using
structures% unions.
Mo(,* 1
+ointersC concept of pointers in C% declaration of pointer variables% use of pointers
in arrays% functions and structures. ,"ample programs using pointers% filesC
sequential and random files% file type specification% creating a data file% file
operators.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. +rogramming in C K , Balagurus/amy
2. >et us C K G.+.-annet)ar
7. +ointers in C K G.+.-annet)ar
D. +rogramming /ith C K Bryan.!..ottfried%Tata *c.ra/@ill
8OLYMER SCIENCE - I
8301 3A1
Mo(,* 1
mportance in everyday life% classification% e"amples for natural% synthetic% homo
polymer% copolymer% inorganic and biopolymers% structure of linear% branched%
ladder% crosslin)ed and net/or) polymers% homochain and heteroCatomic chain
polymers% nomenclature% functionality of monomers% BiCfunctional systems% poly
functional systems% polymerisability
2A
Mo(,* 2
<umber average% /eight average% viscosity average% #C average molecular /eights%
molecular /eight distribution% polydispersity inde"% simple numerical problems to
illustrate average molecular /eight% basic principles of the follo/ing methodsK end
group analysis% colligative property measurements% osmometry% vapour phase
osmometry% light scattering% ultracentrifugation% viscometry and gel permeation
chromatography% !taudinger nde"
Mo(,* 3
6ddition polymeri#ation% mechanism and )inetics of free radical% cationic 5
anionic polymeri#ation% free radical initiators% chain length and degree of
polymerisation% control of molecular /eight% inhibition% autoacceleration% chain
transfer% coordination polymerisation% mechanism% )inetics% MieglerC <atta catalysts%
ring opening polymeri#ation% diene polymeri#ation.
Mo(,* 1
Basics of condensation polymerisation% CarotherJs equation% gelation%
Copolymeri#ation% different types of copolymers% monomer reactivity ratio%
copolymer equation. +olymerisation techniques% bul)% solution% suspension%
emulsion and interfacial polymerisation
R*$*%*n+*#
3. 9.=. Billmeyer% Te"tboo) of +olymer !cience% =iley international publishers%
3E2D.
2. :oel ?. 9ried% +olymer science and Technology% +rentice @all% <:% 3EE&
7. :.*... Co/ie% +olymersK Chemistry and +hysics of *odern *aterials% Blac)ie%
>ondon% 3EE3.
D. ?.:. Goung and +.>ovell% ntroduction to +olymers% 2nd ,d.% Chapman 5 @all%
3EE3.
&. +remamoy .hosh% +olymer !cience and Technology of +lastics and ?ubbers% Tata
*c.ra/ C @ill% <e/ Delhi% 3EE'.
4. @.?. 6llcoc) and 9.=. >ampe% O Contemporary +olymer ChemistryP% +rentice @all
3E23.
A. 9.=.Billmeyer% O Te"t Boo) of +olymer !cienceP% =iley nterscience% 3EA3.
2. 9.?odrigues% O +rinciples of +olymer systemsP% *c .ra/ @ill% 3EA'
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
8 303 3A1
Mo(,* 1
Chemical bonding and molecular structure% electronic effects in organic molecules%
inductive% mesomeric and hypercon0ugation effects% acids and bases% reactive
intermediates in organic chemistryC carbocations% carbanions% free radicals% carbenes
and nitrenes.
Mo(,* 2
;rganic reaction mechanisms% introduction. !ubstitution and ,limination reactionsK
detailed study of !<
3
% !<
2%
!<
i
% !<
3
’% !<
2
’ and borderline mechanisms.
22
<ucleophilicity and basicity% leaving group effects% solvent effects% neighboring
group participation. Detailed study of elimination reactions B,
3
% ,
2
% and ,3cb
mechanisms1% substitution vs. elimination. ?earrangement ?eactionsK common
rearrangements in organic chemistry% rearrangement of carbocations% nonCclassical
carbocations. Catalysis by acid 5 bases% >e/is acid catalysis% +hase transfer
catalysis and applications of cro/n ethers. *ethods of determination of organic
reaction mechanisms.
Mo(,* 3
somerism of organic compoundsK isomerism% definition and classification%
molecular representation% stereo isomerism% conformation% configuration% chirality
and optical activity% stereocentre% racemisation and methods of resolution% chiral
synthesis% optical purity and enantiomeric e"cess% configurational nomenclature% D%
>% ? and !% determination of configuration% geometrical isomerism% ,/M notation%
interconversion of geometrical isomers% conformational analysis of acyclic and
cyclic molecules% rotation about bonds% concepts of dihedral angle% torsional strain%
optical rotatory dispersion and circular dichroism.
Mo(,* 1
;rganic !pectroscopyK principles and applications of $8% ?% <*?% ,!?
spectroscopic techniques for the structure elucidation of organic compounds%
problem solving approach. ?ecent advances in <*? techniques% 37CH<*?% 2
dimensional <*? spectroscopy.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. *orrison 5 Boyd% ;rganic Chemistry% +rentice @all. <e/ Delhi% 4
th
edition%3EE2
2. B.!.Bahl and 6run Bhal% 6dvanced ;rganic Chemistry% !. Chand 5 Co. >td.% <e/
Delhi% 3&
th
edition% 3EE2
7. .>.9inar% Te"tboo) of ;rganic Chemistry% ,>B!% &th edition% 3EE4%
D. :erry *arch% 6dvanced ;rganic Chemistry% :ohn =iley 5 !ons% <e/ yor)% 3EE2

STRENGTH O= MATERIALS AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
M8305 3A1
Mo(,* 1
S"%*## &n #"%&!n - Bars of varying cross C sections H composite sections C
temperature stresses. +rincipal stresses and planesC*ohrQs circle representation of
plane stress.
Mo(,* 2
!hear force and bending moments CCantileverCsimply supported and overhanging
beamsCconcentrated and $. D. loadings analytical method. ?elation bet/een load.
!9 and B*. Theory of simple bendingC bending and shear stress distribution
rectangular% circular and 3Csections.
Mo(,* 3
!lope and deflection of simply supported beams and cantileversC Double
integrationC *acaulayQs *ethodCmoment area methodC con0ugate beam method.
2E
Mo(,* 1
Torsion of circular shaftsCsolid and hollo/ shaftsC po/er transmitted by shafts.
CloseCcoiled and open coiled springC leaf spring. Thin cyliders and 0hic) cylinders
sub0ected to internal and e"ternal pressuresC compound pipes C/ire /ound pipesC
strain energyCa"ial loads% gradually and suddenly applied loadCimpact loads.
Mo(,* 3
Columns and sturtsC short and long columnsC,ulerQs theoryC?an )ineQs theory C
,ccentrically >oaded columnsCcolumn /ith initial curvature. .eneral description
only of simple and compound steel% beams% columns and column foundationC
principle of reinforced concrete. ?einforcements detailing in ?. C. !labs% beams%
columns 5 footings B<o problem e"pected1
R*$*%*n+*#
3. Timoshen)o.!.+% !trength of *aterials% +art 3%D.8an <ostrand company%
nc.<e/yor).
2. +opov ,.+.% ,ngineering *echanics of solids% +rentice @all of ndia% <e/ Deihi.
7. +unmia B.C% !trength of *aterials and *echanics of structures% 8ol 3%>a)shmi
+ublications% <e/ Delhi.
D. 8a#irani 8.<.% ?at/ani <. *% 6nalysis of !tructures% 8ol 3% -hanna +ublishers%
<e/ Delhi.
&. -a#imi !.*.6.% !olid *echanics% Tata *c .ra/ @ill.
4. =illiam 6 <ash% !trength of *aterials% *c .ra/ @ill.
A. ?yder ..@.% !trength of *aterials% ,>B!.
2. 6rthur *orley% !trength of *aterials% ,>B!% >ongmanJs .reen5 Company.
CHEMISTRY LAB
8 309 0A3
A. O%-&n!+ #0n")*#!#
3. !ynthesis of ethyl nC butyl acetoacetate by the acetoacetatic ester condensation
2. !ynthesis of 7Cnitroben#oic acid from ben#oic acid
7. <itration of aromatic hydrocarbons.
D. !ide chain o"idation of aromatic hydrocarbons.
&. Ben#oylation of phenols.
4. +reparation of solid esters.
A. Bromination of amines.
B. 8(%!$!+&"!on &n +)&%&+"*%!D&"!on o$ o%-&n!+ +o';o(n#
3. +urification Bfractional crystalli#ation% fractional distillation%
chromatography1 and separation of the components of a binary organic mi"ture
BliquidCliquid% liquidCsolid and solidCsolid1 using chemical analysis and ? and
<*? spectral data.
2. dentify the components of the given binary mi"ture.
7. Chec)ing the purity of the separated components on T>C plates.
7'
COM8UTER LAB
8 30: 0A3
3. 9amiliarisation of D;! commands and =<D;=!.
2. !imple C programs /ith control statements and loops.
7. +rograms handling oneCdimensional array.
D. +rograms handling multidimensional array
&. +rograms using a simple function.
4. 9unctions having arguments.
A. ?ecursive functions.
2. +rograms handling structures.
E. +rograms using pointers.
3'. +rograms involving files.
33. 6 simple graphic program.
73
=OURTH SEMESTER
72
MATHEMATICS ? III
ENGINEERING
CMELR8TA 101
3A1
Mo(,* 1
O%!n&%0 D!$$*%*n"!&, EE(&"!on#B >inear Differential equations /ith constant
coefficents C 9inding +.. by the method of variation of parameters H Cauchys
equations C >inear !imultaneous eqnsC simple applications in engineering problems.
Mo(,* 2
8&%"!&, D!$$*%*n"!&, EE(&"!on#B 9ormation by eliminating arbitary constants and
arbitary 9unctions C solution of >agrange >inear ,quations H Charpits *ethod H
solution of homogeneous linear partial differential equation /ith constant
coefficients H solution of one dimensional /ave equation and heat equation using
method of separation of variables H 9ourier solution of one dimensional /ave
equation.
Mo(,* 3
=o(%!*% T%&n#$o%'#B !tatement of 9ourier ntegral Theorems H 9ourier
Transforms H 9ourier !ine 5 Cosine transforms C inverse transforms C transforms of
derivatives H Convolution Theorem Bno proof1 H +arsevals dentity C simple
problems.
Mo(,* 1
8%o/&/!,!"0 &n #"&"!#"!+#B Binomial la/ of probability C The binomial distribution%
its mean and variance C +oisson distribution as a limiting case of binomial
distribution C its mean and variance C fitting of binomial 5 +oisson distributions C
normal distribution C properties of normal curve C standard normal curve C simple
problems in binomial% +oisson and normal distributions.
Mo(,* 3
8o;(,&"!on @ S&';,*#B !ampling distribution of mean Bσ )no/n1 H!ampling
distribution of variance% 9 and Chi square test H >evel of significance C Type 3 and
Type 2 errors H Test of hypothesis H Test of significance for large samples H Test of
significance for single proportion% difference proportion% single mean and difference
of mean Bproof of theorems not e"pected1.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. B.!. .re/al% @igher ,ngineering *athematics% -hanna +ublishers.
2. *.-. 8en)ataraman% ,ngineering *athematics 8ol. C7rd year +art 6 5 B%
<ational +ublishing Company.
7. an <.!neddon% ,lements of +artial Differential ,quations%*c .ra/ @ill
nternational ,dn.
D. ?ichard 6 :ohnson% *iller and 9readJs +robability and statistics for engineers%
+earson ,ducation 6sia / +@.
&. Bali and yengar% 6 te"t boo) of ,ngineering *athematics B8olume 1% >a"mi
+ublications >td.
4. ,r/in -reys#ig% 6dvanced ,ngg. *athematics% =iley ,astern >td.
A. @ogg and Tanis% +robability and statistical inferences% +earson ,ducation 6sia.
77
OBFECT ORIENTED 8ROGRAMMING
8 102 3A1
Mo(,* 1
ntroduction% concepts of classes and ob0ects% encapsulation and inheritance%
building classes% declaring ob0ects% member functions% constructors and destructors%
member access controlCprivate% public% protected. nheritance and access control%
e"tending classes% multiple inheritance
Mo(,* 2
+olymorphism% virtual methods% definition% usage of virtual methods% abstract
classes% simulation using abstract classes% overloading methods% operator
overloading% selecting friend or member functions for operator overloading
Mo(,* 3
Dynamic ob0ects% dynamic ob0ect allocation% using references /ith dynamic
memory allocations% inCline functions outside class definitions. Case studyCC
++
.
Mo(,* 1
Concepts of =indo/s programming% .$% visual programming concepts% active X
concepts% fundamentals of *9C% concepts of D>>% D6; and ;DBC.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. Data abstraction and ;;+ in C
++
C .orden)eeth =iley ,astern
2. ;b0ect ;riented +rogramming /ith C
++
C ,. Balagurus/amy% Tata *c.
.ra/ @ill
7. C
++
C !trostroup
D. ;b0ect ;riented +rogramming /ith C
++
C <aba0yothy B0arne
&. +rogramming =indo/s E& C Charles +et#old% *icrosoft
+ress
4. 8isual C
++
+rogramming C Gash/anth -aneeth)ar% B+B
A. 8isual Basic from the group $+ C Cary Cornessl% Tata *c.
.ra/ @ill
ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY
L8 103 3A1
Mo(,* 1
Basic +rinciples of ,lectric *achinesC concept of motoring and generating action%
DC generator% characteristics% /or)ing% load test% DC motor% characteristics%% load
test% speed control% field control% armature control% basic principles% applications.
Mo(,* 2
TransformersK Transformer action% ,*9 equation% step up and step do/n
transformer% load test% calculation of efficiency% design of typical step do/n
transformers li)e 22'/4C'C48% 27'/EC'CE 8% 22'/32C'C32 8 for inverters and
rectifiers. 6uto and three phase transformers% basic principles of current
transformers Bno analysis1 basic principles of servo stabili#er.
7D
Mo(,* 3
6 C *achinesR Basic principles of operation of synchronous and induction motor
characteristics Bno analysis1% starting of induction motors% starters% single phase
induction motor% constructional features% types% /or)ing and characteristics only
Bno analysis1.
Mo(,* 1
!pecial *achines 6C5DC servo motors% synchros constructional features% /or)ing
of tacho generators% stepper motor% construction /or)ing% applications5
specifications of stepper motors% universal motors% constructional features% typical
applications% criteria for selection of motors% electromagnetic relays% 6C5DC
contactors.
Mo(,* 3
BatteriesK Dry cells% secondary cells% lead acid cells% charging and discharging
characteristics% 6mpere hour rating of batteries% construction of button cells% lithium
batteries% specifications chargeable batteries% battery charging circuits% *aintenance
of batteries% characteristics of nic)el cadmium% nic)el metal hydride% and lithium
ion batteries% used for pagers and cellular phones% concept of $+!% bloc) schematic
of $+!% fields of applications.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. ,lectrical Technology C B.>.There0a
2. ,lectrical *achines C ?.-. ?a0put
7. ,lectrical Design ,stimating 6nd Costing C -.B. ?aina 5 Bhattacharya
D. ,lectrical machines and +o/er systems C 8incent Del Toro
&. ,lectric ,ngineers @and Boo) CDonald .. 9in)
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING - I
8 101 3A1
Mo(,* 1
9luidsCnature of fluids% ideal fluid% real fluid% physical properties of fluids% density%
specific /eight% compressibility% surface tension% viscosity% capillarity% pressure%
+ascalJs la/% measurement of fluid pressure% pie#ometer% bourden pressure gauge%
simple manometer% differential manometer.
Mo(,* 2
9luid flo/ phenomenaCclassification of flo/% steady and unsteady state flo/%
uniform and non uniform flo/% laminar and turbulent flo/% isothermal and adiabatic
flo/% rotational and irrotational flo/% critical velocity% ?eynolds number%
BernoulliJs theorem% measurement of fluid flo/% pitot tube% orificemeter%
venturimeter% rotameter.
Mo(,* 3
Centrifugal pumpsCtypes of casings% piping system% /or) done% efficiency%
discharge% velocity diagrams% characteristic curves% <+!@% cavitation% priming.
?eciprocating pumps% discharge% slip% po/er required% indicator diagram.
7&
Mo(,* 1
ThermodynamicsC fundamental concepts and definitions% types of thermodynamic
systems and properties% closed% open and isolated systems% intensive and e"tensive
properties% path functions and state functions% #eroth la/ of thermodynamics% first
la/ applied to non flo/ process% formulation of first la/% enthalpy% heat capacity%
specific heat% second la/ of thermodynamics% -elvinC+lan) statement% Clausius
statement% third la/ of thermodynamics% entropy changes and irreversibility% .ibbJs
free energy% /or) function% *a"/ellJs equations% Clapyeron equation% .ibbsC
Duhem equation% fugacity and activity of pure fluids.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. ,ngineering Thermodynamics% <ag
2. ntroduction to chemical engineering thermodynamics% :.* !mith% Tata *c.ra/C
@ill publishing company% <e/ Delhi
7. 9luid *echanics% :agadish >al
D. @ydraulics and 9luid mechanics% +.< *odi
&. 9luid *echanics% !.- *odi
8OLYMER 8HYSICS
8103 3A1
Mo(,* 1
!tress% engineering stress% true stress% strain% engineering strain% true strain%
+oissonJs ratio% elastic solid% @oo)eJs >a/% viscous fluid% <e/tonJs la/%
viscoelastic materials% difference in the response of elastic solid% viscous fluid and
viscoelastic materials under static and dynamic conditions% modulus% GoungJs
modulus% compression modulus% bul) modulus% compliance% factors affecting
viscoelasticity% shortC term and longC term properties% stressC strain curves%
hysteresis% tangent modulus% secant modulus% proportionality limit
Mo(,* 2
*echanical models% spring% dashpot% *a"/ell% 8oigt% *a"/ellC=eichert% Burger%
generalised equations for these models% equations for creep and stress rela"ation%
Deborah number% timeC temperature equivalence principle% Bolt#mann
superposition principle% simple numerical problems based on these principles%
dynamic mechanical properties% storage modulus% loss modulus% tan δ% damping.
Mo(,* 3
?ubber elasticity% molecular requirements of rubberCli)e elasticity% energy driven
and entropy driven elasticity% thermoelastic e"periment% .oughC:oule effect%
thermodynamic treatment of rubbers% statistical mechanical theory.
Mo(,* 1
<e/tonian fluids and nonC<e/tonian fluids% +o/er la/% shear rate dependent
fluids% psuedoplasticity% dilatancy% time dependent fluids% thi"otropy% rheope"y%
rheological measurements% plasticity% plasticity retention inde"% curing
characteristics% scorch time% induction time% cure time% oscillating disc rheometers.
capillary rheometer% entrance and e"it effects% ?abino/itsch correction% cone and
74
plate viscometer% *ooney viscometer% melt flo/ inde"% elastic effects in polymer
melt flo/% die s/ell% elastic turbulence% melt fracture% shar) s)in% dra/ do/n.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. David :. =illiams% +olymer !cience and ,ngineering% *aclaren and !ons%
<e/yor)3EA2
2. @.9. @aufman and :.:. 9alcetta% ntroduction to +olymer science and Technology% !
+ , Te"t Boo)% :ohn =iley 5 !ons <e/Gor) 3EEA
7. :. D. 9erry% 8iscoelastic +roperties of +olymers% :ohn =iley 5 !ons <e/Gor)
3EA3
D. 6.8. Tobols)y% +roperties 5 structure of polymers% :ohn =iley 5 !ons <e/Gor)
3E4'.
&. ?.:.!amuels% !tructured +olymer +roperties% :ohn =iley 5 !ons% <e/ Gor)% 3EAD.
4. :. 6. Brydson% 9lo/ +roperties of +olymer *elts

8OLYMER SCIENCE - II
8 105 3A1
Mo(,* 1
6morphous state% molecular motion% first order and second order transitions% T
g
% T
m
%
factors affecting T
g
% secondary transitions% free volume% )inetic% and thermodynamic
vie/s of glass transition% factors influencing glass transition temperature% crystalline
state% crystal systems% unit cells% primitive cell% Bravais lattices% polymorphism%
polymer single crystals% lamellae% spherulites% supermolecular structures% fringed
micelle model% degree of crystallinity% factors affecting crystallinity% XCray
diffraction% copolymers% linear and cyclic arrangement.
Mo(,* 2
+olymer solutions% terms and definitions% types of solutions% @ildebrand approach%
9lory @uggins theory% thermodynamic vie/ of miscibility% upper critical solution
temperature B$C!T1% lo/er critical solution temperature B>C!T1% concentration
regimes in polymer solutions% theta conditions.
Mo(,* 3
Chemical reactivity of linear and crosslin)ed polymers% hydrolysis% acidolysis%
aminolysis% hydrogenation% addition and substitution reactions% cross lin)ing
reactions% reactivity of functional groups% polymer analogous reactions% polymer
bound reagents% chain end and random degradation% degradation by o"ygen% o#one%
heat% $8 light% microCorganism% cra#ing% /eathering% stabilisation to prevent
degradation.
Mo(,* 1
,ffect of polymer structure on dielectric constant% capacitance% dielectric loss% po/er
factor% dissipation factor and loss factor% prediction of molar polari#ation and
effective dipole moment% effect of additives on electrical properties of polymers%
effect of polymer structure on optical properties% clarity% transparency% ha#e%
transmittance% reflectance% gloss% prediction of refractive indices of polymers by
group contributions.
7A
R*$*%*n+*#
3. +aul C. +ainter and *ichael *. Coleman% 9undamentals of +olymer !cience%
Technomic +ublishing Co. nc.% >ancaster% $!6% 3EED.
2. $lf =. .edde% +olymer +hysics% Chapman 5 @all% 3EE&.
7. D.=. 8an -revelen 6nd +.:. @ofty#en% O+roperties ;f +olymer% 7
rd
,dition
,lsevier !cientific +ublishing Company 6msterdam H ;"ford H <e/yor). 3EE'.
D. :.,. *ar) ,d.6+% +hysical +roperties ;f +olymers @and Boo)% =illiston% 8t%
3EE4.
&. D.6.!eanor% ed.% ,lectrical properties of polymers% 6cadamic press% <e/yor)%
3E22.
4. :o#ef.Bicerano% +rediction ;f +olymer +roperties% !econd ,dition% *arcel De))er
nc. <e/yor)% 3EE&.
A. .*.=ard 5 D.=.@adley% 6n ntroduction to the *echanical +roperties of !olid
+olymers% :ohn =iley 5 !ons% Chichester% ,ngland% 3EE7.
8OLYMER 8RE8ARATION AND CHARACTERISATION LAB
8109 0A3
3. !ynthesis of the follo/ing +olymersK +olymethyl methacrylate% +olyacrylamide%
?egenerated Cellulose% +henolC9ormaldehyde ?esin B<ovola) and ?esol1%
+olystyrene% +olyurethanes and glyptal ?esins% $reaC9ormaldehyde and *elamineC
9ormaldehyde.
2. Fuantitative estimation of the follo/ing monomersK 6niline% +henol% 6cetone%
,thyl 6cetate% 9ormaldehyde% 6crylonitrile% $rea% .lycol% *ethyl methacrylate
7. Determination of molecular /eight by viscosity method.
ELECTRICAL MACHINES LAB
8 10: 0A3
6 total of 2 e"periments BD from .roup 6 and D from .roup B1 out of 34 suggested belo/
may be done in the laboratory.
GROU8 A
3. ;.C.C and >oad test on DC generator.
2. >oad test on DC shunt motor.
7. >oad test on !ingle phase induction motor.
D. >oad test on 7Cphase cage induction motor.
&. >oad test on 7Cphase slip ring induction motor.
4. >oad test on single phase transformer.
A. >oad test on 7Cphase alternator H regulation at different po/er factor H
2. Demonstration of terminal voltage control.
GROU8 B
3. Characteristics of diode and Mener diode.
2. @alfC/ave and fullC/ave rectifier H study of /ave forms and regulations.
7. Transistor biasing H assemble C, amplifier H study input and output
72
D. =aveforms.
&. 6ssemble ?C phase shift oscillator H study /aveforms.
4. !tudy of !C? H assemble single phase controlled rectifier H study phase control.
A. ;perational amplifier circuit H adder% integrator.
2. !tudy of logic gates H 6<D% ;?% <8,?T,?% <6<D% <;?% @alf adder and full
adder using <6<D gates.
7E
=I=TH SEMESTER
D'
MATHEMATICS ? IV
ENGINEERING
CMEL8A 301 3A1
Mo(,* 1
Comple" ntegrationK >ine ntegral HCauchyJs integral theoremC CauchyJs integral
formulaCTaylorJs seriesC>aurentJs seriesC #eros and singularitiesC ?esiduesC residue
theoremC,valuation of real integrals using contour integration involving unit circle
and semicircle.
Mo(,* 2
<umerical solution of algebraic and transcendental equationsK !uccessive bisection
methodC?egula falsi method C <e/ton H?aphson method H solution of system of
linear equations by :acobiJs iteration method and .aussC!iedel method.
Mo(,* 3
<umerical solution of ordinary differential equationK TaylorJs series methodC
,ulerJs method H*odified ,ulers method C ?unge H -utta method B8 order1C
*ilneJs predictor corrector method.
Mo(,* 1
M H TransformsK Definition of M transformC properties HM transform of polynomial
functions H trigonometric functions% shifting property% convolution propertyC
inverse transform H solution of 3
st
5 2
nd
order difference equations /ith constant
coefficients using M transforms.
Mo(,* 3
>inear programmingK graphical solution H solution using simple" method Bnon H
degenerate case only1 H BigC* method% t/o phase method C Duality in >.+.+.C
Balanced T.+. H 8ogels appro"imation method H *odi method.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. ,rvin -reys#ig% 6dvanced ,ngineering *athematics% =iley ,astern limited.
2. Dr. B.!..re/al% <umerical methods in ,ngineering 5 !cience% -anna
+ublishers.
7. Dr. B.!..re/al% @igher ,ngineering *athematics% -anna +ublishers.
D. Dr. *.-.8en)itaraman% <umerical methods in !cience 5 ,ngineering%
<ational +ublishing Company.
&. +.C.Tulsian 5 8ishal +andey% Fuantitative techniques Theory 5 +roblems%
+earson ,ducation 6sia.
4. Churchill and Bro/n% Comple" variables and applications% *c.ra/C@ill.
A. +anneer !elvam% ;perations research% +@.
2. ! 6rumugam% 6.T.saac 5 6 !omasundaram% ,ngineering *athematics
8ol. % !citech publications
E. T.-.*.+illai% ..?amanaigh 5 !.<arayanan% 6dvanced *athematics for
,ngg. !tudents 8ol. C !.8ish/ananthan printers 5 publishers.
D3
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING - II
8302 3A1
Mo(,* 1
*odes of heat transferCconduction and 9ourier la/% thermal conductivity% steady
state conduction through single resistance and compound resistances in series% heat
flo/ through a cylinder% unsteady state heat conduction% equation for one
dimensional conduction.
Mo(,* 2
ConvectionCnatural and forced convection% individual and overall heat transfer
coefficients% factors influencing heat transfer coefficients% evaluation of heat
transfer coefficients% calculation of overall coefficients from individual coefficients%
resistance form of overall coefficients% coCcurrent and counter current flo/s%
logarithmic mean temperature difference% evaluation of heat transfer coefficients%
fouling factors% analogy bet/een heat and momentum transfer% significance of
+randtl number% ?eynoldsJs and Colburn analogies. ?egimes of heat transfer in
fluids% .raet# number% +eclet number% <usselt number% !ieder Tate equation%
Coulburn equation.
Mo(,* 3
@eat e"change equipmentsCdouble pipe heat e"changers% shell and tube heat
e"changers% parallel and counter flo/ heat e"changer% single pass 3C3 e"changer% 3C
2 e"changer% 2CD e"changer% enthalpy balances in heat e"changers% temperature
pattern in multipass e"changers% heat transfer coefficients in shell and tube heat
e"changers% correction of >*TD for crossflo/% plate type e"changers% condensers%
shell and tube condensers% )ettle type boilers% e"tended surface equipment.
Mo(,* 1
,vaporationCTypes of evaporators% single effect evaporators% performance of
evaporators% capacity% economy% boiling point elevation% DiirhringJs rule% enthalpy
balances for single effect evaporators% calculation of heat transfer area% multiple
effect evaporators% methods of feeding.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. ntroduction to chemical engineering% Tata *c.ra/C@ill publishing company% <e/
Delhi% Badger
2. $nit operations in chemical engineering% Tata *c.ra/ C @ill publishing company%
<e/ Delhi% *c Cabe 5 !mith
7. @eat transmission% *c Dams% Tata *c.ra/C @ill publishing company% <e/ Delhi%
D2
8LASTICS - SCIENCE @ TECHNOLOGY
8 303 3A1
Mo(,* 1
6dvantages and disadvantages of plastics% monomer preparation% polymerisation%
properties and application of >D+,% @D+,% cross lin)ed and chlorinated +,% ++
and +!
Mo(,* 2
*onomer preparation% polymerisation% properties and application of +8C%
polyvinilidine chloride% +86% polyvinylacetate% +**6 and +6<
Mo(,* 3
*onomer preparation% polymerisation% properties and application of +$% +T9,%
+89% 6B!% +C% polyacetal% polyester% !6<% epo"ies% +9% novolac% resol% *9 and
$9
Mo(,* 1
*onomer preparation% polymerisation% properties and application of nylonC&% 4% 44%
432 and polyacrylamide
R*$*%*n+*#
3. -.:. !aunders% O;rganic +olymer Chemistry% Chapman and @all O% >ondon.3EA7.
2. :.6. Brydson% O +lastic materialsP% <e/nes Butter/orths.
7. ,ncyclopaedia of +olymer !cience and Technology.
RUBBERS - SCIENCE @ TECHNOLOGY
8 301 3A1
Mo(,* 1
<atural rubber% source% chemical formula% molecular /eight distribution%
crystallisation% structure property relationship% chemical reactivity% electrical and
o"idation properties% anti degradants% strength of rubbers. 8arious forms of natural
rubber% crumb% sheet% crepe% !+ rubber% D+<?% ><?% liquid rubber% classes of liquid
elastomers% telechilic polymers% po/dered rubber.
Mo(,* 2
8ulcanisation% chemical and physical aspects% curing characteristics such as scorch
time% induction time% cure time% mechanism of crosslin)ing by different crosslin)ing
agents% sulphur% sulphur monochloride% nitrosourethane% dia#o esters% phenolic
resins% metal o"ide% diamines% pero"ides% o"imes% batch and continuous
vulcanisation. Different curing systems% ,8% semi ,8% conventional and sulphur
less cure% assessment of state of cure% vulcanisation techniques% press cure%
autoclave% hot air% cold and hot /ater% fluidised bed% molten salt bath% drum curing%
radiation% micro/ave curing.
Mo(,* 3
?% B?% ?% !B?% <B?Csynthesis of monomers% polymerisation% structure% chemical
properties% crosslin)ing by different methods% o"idation and ageing% different types
D7
of C?% halogenation of ?% characterisation% crosslin)ing% compare the o"idation
properties of saturated and unsaturated rubbers% antio"idants% antio#onant.
Mo(,* 1
*onomers% preparation% synthesis of polymers% structure% properties and application
of the follo/ing rubbers. ,thylene based rubbers% chlorosulphonated polymers%
fluorine containing rubbers% nitrosofluoro elastomers% phosphonitrillic elastomers%
polyBthiocarbonyl fluoride1 and related elastomers. 6crylic rubbers% oil resistant
rubbers% polyvinylether elastomers% polysulphide rubber% silicone rubbers%
polyal)enamers% polynorbornene% polyurethane% thermoplastic rubbers%
polycarbonate rubbers.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. :.6. Brydson% ?ubber Chemistry% allied !cience publishers% >ondon% 3EA2.
2. *.*orton% ?ubber Technology% 8an <ostrand ?einhold% 3E2A.
7. :.6. Brydson% ?ubber *aterials and Their Compounds ,lsevier% 3E22.
D. 6.=helan and -.!. >ee% Developments in ?ubber Technology B8ol. C81 6pplied
!cience +ublishers.
LATEG TECHNOLOGY
8 303 3A1

Mo(,* 1
<atural late"% preservation% synthetic lattices and their blends% principles of late"
compounding% deammoniation of late"% vulcanising agents% accelerators%
antio"idants% fillers% dispersing and emulsifying agents% stabilisers% thic)ening
agents% and other miscellaneous additives% special ingredients% preparation of
dispersions and emulsions% late" compounding.
Mo(,* 2
9undamental late" characteristics% particle si#e and distribution% stability and
destabilisation% coacervation% viscosityCconcentration relationship% surface free
energy and /etting behaviour% #eta potential% electrical properties of colloidal
system% thermal movement of molecules% Bro/nian motion. >ate" concentration
methods% concentrated late"% significance of specification limits% test methods% total
solids% dry rubber content% total al)alinity% coagulum content% sludge content% p@%
-;@ number% mechanical stability time% 896 number% surface tension% redo"
potential changes% degradation leading to acid formation% #inc o"ide stability%
stability tests% volatile fatty acids.
Mo(,* 3
*anufacture of rubber goods from lattices and from solid elastomers% a comparison%
impregnation% spreading% fabric proofing and coating. ?ubber te"tile composite
products% late" bonded fibrous structures% coir foam% late" treated rugs and carpet
bac)ing% late" application to paper. Dipping *ethods% straight dipping% dipping /ith
porous formers% coagulant dipping% heated formers% drying% surface treatments%
e"traction of surface soluble materials% vulcanisation% compounding of late"%
manufacture of dipped goods li)e rubber band% surgeons gloves% household gloves%
dipped fabric gloves% balloon% nipples% prophylactics.
DD
Mo(,* 1
>ate" foam processing methods% ammonia content of late"% compounding%
mechanical frothing by beating% vulcanisation% /ashing% and drying% gelling% gelling
systems% merits and demerits of gelling systems. Continuous foam production%
typical late" compounds for foam production. >ate" casting% principles% production
of hollo/ articles% solid articles% use of porous moulds in casting% manufacture of
rubber thread% late" cement and adhesives% late" paints% protective coatings%
che/ing gum% use of late" in roads rubberisation.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. D. C. Blac)ley% @igh +olymer >atices% 8ol 5% *aclaren 5 !ons% >ondon
2. *adge% >ate" 9oam ?ubber% *aclaren 5 !ons >tdR 3E22
7. *ausser% 8anderblit >ate" @andboo)% 7
rd
edition% +ub.?.T.8anderbilt Co. nc.%
$.!.6. 3E2A
D. Dipped goods% :. of ?ubber Developments% 8 2&% pp.32C3DC3EA2
8OLYMER 8ROCESSING - I
8 305 3A1
Mo(,* 1
Compounding ingredients% plasticisers% e"tenders% factice% stabili#ers% fillers%
antio"idants% antio#onants% $8 absorbers% flame retardants% mould release agents%
colorants% and other special additives% vulcani#ing agents% activators% accelerators%
peptiser% retarders% tac)ifying agents% blo/ing agents% bonding agents% fragrances%
antistatic agents.
Mo(,* 2
Compound development% factors to be considered for compound development%
formulation of a mi"% compounding for specific applications% o#one resistance% heat
resistance% /eather% resistance% oil resistance% radiation resistance% ermeability%
medical% liquid resistance% lo/ temperature resistance% electrical applications and
opticalapplications.
Mo(,* 3
Compounding% different methods% principles of mi"ing% dispersive and distributive
mi"ing% mastication% t/oCroll mill mi"ing% internal mi"ers% comparison bet/een
open mill and internal mi"er% Banbury mi"ing% Brabender plasticorder% continuous
mi"ing% master batching.
Mo(,* 1
+lastics processing techniques% compression moulding% typesCflash% positive and
semipositive% compression moulding cycle% troubleshooting% equipment for
moulding of thermoplastics% moulding of thermosets and rubber% automatic
compression moulding. Transfer moulding% transfer moulding cycle% advantages%
limitations% theoretical and design consideration% general mould design
consideration% troubleshooting.
D&
R*$*%*n+*#
3. D.8. ?osato -lu/er% n0ection moulding hand boo). C 6cademic +ublishers Boston
2
nd
edtion 3EE&.
2. ?ichard C. +rogelhof :ames. >. Throne% +olymer ,ngg. +rinciples% @anser
+ublisher *unich 3EE7
7. <.+. Charemisinoff 5 +.<. Chere% @and boo) of applied +olymer +rocessing Tech%
*arcel De))er% inc% <G 3EE4.
D. @erbert ?ecs% $nderstanding of n0ection moulding Tech.% @anser +ub.% *unich
3EED.
S8ECI=ICATION TESTS LAB
8 309 0A3

3. !pecification tests for field late"
8iscosity% density% p@
2. !pecification tests for preserved late"
6mmonia content% *agnesium content% Copper and manganese content% Dry rubber
content% Total solid content% -;@ number% 8olatile fatty acid number% !ludge
content% Coagulum content% *echanical stability time% @eat stability time% Mn;
stability.
7. !pecification tests for dry rubber
8olatile matter% 6sh content% Dirt content% nitrogen content% ,stimation of Cu%
,stimation of 9e% ,stimation of *n% +
'
% +?.
8OLYMER ANALYSIS LAB
8 30: 0A3
3. dentification of ?ubbersK <?% !B?% B?% ?% ?% ,+D*% C?% <B?% @ypalon%
Thio)ol% !ilicone.
2. dentification of +lasticsK +,% ++% +!% +8C% +86% +9% $9% *9% +olyester.
7. dentification of Thermoplastic ,lastomersK !!% !B!% !,B!% @ytrel.
D. ,stimation of +olymersK 6crylonitrile content of <B?% Chlorine content of C?%
?ubber hydrocarbon content of <?.
&. 6nalysis of +olymer CompoundsK odine value of rubber compounds% Carbon blac)
content% 9ree sulphur content% Total inorganic content% !ilica content.
D4
SIGTH SEMESTER
DA
8RINCI8LES O= MANAGEMENT
8 501 3A1

Mo(,* 1
,volution of scientific management% functions of management% planning%
organising% staffing% directing% motivating% communicating% controlling and
coordinating. ;rganisational structure line% staff and functional relationship%
organisational structure of various departments% authority and responsibility% span
of control delegation. 9ormation of companies% proprietary% partnership% 0oint stoc)%
private limited and public limited companies% private sector% public sector and coC
operative sector% raising of capital shares% types of shares and debentures.
Mo(,* 2
+ersonnel management and ndustrial relations% ob0ectives and functions of
personnel management% recruitment% selection and training of /or)ers%
psychological attitude to /or) and /or)ing conditions% fatigue% methods of
eliminating fatigue cause% effect of industrial disputes% methods of settlement%
collective bargaining% trade unions% /or)ers participation in management% labour
/elfare and social security% industrial psychology% scope and ob0ective. :ob
evaluation and merit rating% ob0ectives and principles of 0ob evaluation% systems of
0ob evaluation% merit rating plans. =ages and incentives% primary /age systems%
time rate and piece rate systems of /age payment% incentive plans% profit sharing%
coCpartnership% nonCmoney incentives.
Mo(,* 3
+roduction *anagement% product% planning and control% batch and mass production%
determination of economic lot si#e in batch production% function of production
control% routing% scheduling% despatching and follo/ up% production control in mass
production.
Mo(,* 1
*ar)eting *anagement% importance% mar)eting 8s selling% mar)eting planning%
competitive mar)eting strategy% product life cycle strategy% ne/ product
development cycle strategy% mar)eting channels inventory controls% determination of
economic order quantity and recorder level% locating store% store room layout% store
techniques% store room registers and records. 6pplication of patents% sale of patent
rights% trade mar) and copy rights.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. -oont#and ;J DennelC L,ssentials of *anagementJ BT*@1
2. 9.>uffthans L;rganisational BehaviorJ BT*@1
7. +.@ersey and -en Blanchard L*anagement of ;rganisational BehaviorJ B+@1
D. ,.!.Buffa J*odern +roduction *anagementJ
&. ,.!.Buffa J;perations *anagementJ
4. ;.B.Choudhary J*ar)eting *anagementJ
A. 6.-.!inha 5 ?.!inha J+ro0ect ,ngg. 5 *anagementJ
D2
ENGINEERING STATISTICS @ >UALITY CONTROL
8 502 3A1
Mo(,* 1
+opulation and sampling% large and small samples% random sampling% estimating the
mean value and variance% confidence intervals% choice of sample si#e for estimation.
Testing of hypotheses for large samples% means% proportions% difference bet/een
means and standard deviations. Testing of hypothesis for small samples% tC
distribution% test of hypothesis for mean% difference bet/een means% test for paired
data% 9Cdistribution% fCtests and properties% contingency table% X
2
distribution%
goodness of fit and independence.

Mo(,* 2
Concepts of inspection% quality control% quality assurance% quality circles% #ero
defect% total quality control% quality costs% computer aided inspection% economics of
quality% quality vs. cost of production% ;rganisation of a F.C. department% F.C.
,ducation% Training aids. +rocess controlK control charts% 7 control limits% types of
control charts for variables and attributes% rCchart% FCchart% +Cchart% <+C chart% $C
chart% determination of revised control limits% use and significance of control charts%
quality rating system.
Mo(,* 3
6cceptance sample% types of acceptanceC sampling plans% determination of
probability of acceptance by these sampling plans% sampling ris)s% design of
sampling for stipulated producers ris) and consumers ris). Concepts of 6F>%
>T+D% 6;F> in sampling% FC curves% construction% standard sampling plans% *>%
!TD% >;!D% plan% dodge roming plans% continuous and sequential sampling plans.
Mo(,* 1
Definition of reliability% maintainability% failure rate% mean time bet/een failures%
factors contributing to reliability of products% failure cycle of products% bathtub
curve% reliability tests% operating characteristics% curves for acceptance.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. .=.Burr% ,ngineering !tatics and Fuality Control% *cC.ra/ @ill% 3EA&
2. 6.:.Duncon% Fuality Control and ndustrial !tatistics% ?ichard. r/in% nc.% 3EA&
7. ?.C..upta% ,ngineering *anufacture and !tatical Fuality Control% -hanna
+ublishers% Delhi% 3E22
D. .ranth >. ,ngene% !tatistical quality Control% *c .ra/ @ill% nc% <e/ Gor)% 3E&2
&. !igmund @alpern% 6n ntroduction to Fuality Control and ?eliability%
4. Fuality Control @andboo) BT*@1
A. ,.>. .rant%P !tatistical Fuality ControlP
2. .upta 6nd -apoor% 9undamentals of *athematical !tatistics.
E. .upta and -apoor% 6pplied statistics
DE
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING - III
8 503 3A1
Mo(,* 1
Distillation% vapour liquid equilibrium% DaltonJs la/% ?aoultJs la/ and @enryJs la/%
relative volatility% boilingCpoint diagrams% equilibrium diagrams% rectification%
construction of fractionating column% calculation of the number of theoretical plates
by *cCCabe Thiele method% feed quality and feed line% feed plate location% total
reflu"% minimum reflu"% optimum reflu"% plate efficiency.
Mo(,* 2
*olecular diffusion% molecular diffusion in gases and liquids% 9ic)Js la/% mass
transfer coefficient% steady state diffusion of 6 through stagnant B and equimolar
counter diffusion in binary gases and liquids% diffusivity of liquids and gases.
6pplications of molecular diffusion% mass% heat and momentum transfer analogies.
Mo(,* 3
Drying% principles of drying% heat transfer in drying% mass transfer in drying%
equilibrium moisture content% bound% unbound and free /ater% critical moisture
content% batch drying% rate of batch drying% constant drying rate period% factors
affecting the constant drying rate period% falling rate period% time of drying% rate of
drying curve% material and enthalpy balances in drying% equipments for drying%
batch dryers% rotary dryers% tunnel dryers.
Mo(,* 1
.as absorption% absorption equipment% tray to/ers% continuous contact equipment%
pac)ed columns% properties of to/er pac)ing% types of to/er pac)ing% to/er
construction% solubility of gas in liquid% t/o component systems% multicomponent
systems% ideal liquid solutions% non ideal liquid solutions% choice of solvent% material
balance in absorption% counter current flo/% minimum liquidCgas ratio% absorption
factor% number of plates by graphical construction.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. $nit operations in chemical engineering% Tata *c .ra/C@ill Company limited%
<e/ Delhi% *c Cabe 5 !mith.
2. ntroduction to Chemical ,ngineering% Tata *c .ra/C@ill Company limited% <e/
Delhi% Badger
7. *ass transfer ;perations% Tata *c .ra/C@ill Company limited% <e/ Delhi%
Treyball
&'
BIO MEDICAL @ BIO 8OLYMERS
8 501 3A1

Mo(,* 1
Biomaterials% biocompatibility% stabilisation% inflammation and /ound healing%
blood clotting system% )inn system% biological responses to implants% implant
design and applications% silicone polymer implants.
Mo(,* 2
Biomedical applications of polymers% permanent implants for function%
orthopaedics% cardio vascular% respiratory patches and tubes% digestive system%
genitourinary system% nervous system% orbital Bcorneal and lens prosthesis1
permanent implant for cosmoses% other applications of engineered material in
clinical practices% silicone implants% polymer membranes% polymer s)in% polymeric
blood% poly Bvinyl pyrollidone1
Mo(,* 3
Contact lenses% hard lenses% gas permeable lenses% fle"ible lenses% soft lenses%
hydrogels% equilibrium s/elling% absorption and desorption% o"ygen permeability%
types of soft lenses% manufacture% cleaning and disinfection% dental applications%
denture base% denture reliners% cro/n and bridge resins% plastic teeth% mouth
protectors% ma"illofacial prosthetic materials% restorative materials% polyelectrolyte
based restorative sealants% adhesives% dental impression and duplicating materials%
agar% algmater elastomers.
Mo(,* 1
Chemistry of peptides% polypeptides and proteins% synthetic approach to
polypeptides and proteins% structural organisation in proteins. nucleic acids% ?<6%
D<6% structure% chemistry of polysaccharides% starch and cellulose% chemical
modifications of cellulose% regenerated cellulose% viscose rayon and
cuprammonium rayon
R*$*%*n+*#
3. ?.@. Gocum and ,.B. <yquist% ,ds.% 9unctional *onomers% 8olume 3%*arcel
De))er nc.%<e/Gor)%3EA7%Chapter 7%++ 2EECD2A
2. *.6..alin and *.?uben% ,d% !oft contact lensesKClinical and 6pplied
Technology%:ohn =iley and sons%nc.%<e/Gor)%3EA2.
7. >ehninger% O+rinciples of Biochemistry% !hul# and Bhirmer %P+rinciples of protein
structure O%6cademic +ress.
D. @.9. *ar) B,d1% ,ncyclopedia of polymer science and engineering% :ohn =iley and
!ons <e/ Gor)% 3E2E.
&. .alin and *. ?uben ,d.% !oft compact >enses clinical and applied Technology.
4. :ohn =iley and !ons% nc. <e/ Gor)% 3EA2. Comprehensive +olymer !cience
8ol.A
A. B,d1 David Byrom% OBioC*aterialP *acmillan +ublishers >td. and C Biological
products Business% 3EE3.
2. =ilfred >ynch% @and boo) of !ilicone rubber fabrication% 8an <ostrand ?einhold
Company% D&' /est 77
rd
!treet% <e/ Gor) 3'''.
&3
8OLYMER BLENDS @ COM8OSITES
8503 3A1
Mo(,* 1
ntroduction% preparation of polymer blends% thermodynamic criteria for polymer
miscibility% specific interactions% copolymer effect% phase separation% spinoidal
decomposition% nucleation and gro/th% phase diagram% morphology% blend
characterisation techniques.

Mo(,* 2
!tructureCproperty relationship% rubber plastic blends% phase morphology% properties
of blends prepared by dynamic vulcani#ation% technological application%
thermoplastic styrene bloc) copolymers% polyester thermoplastic elastomers%
thermoplastic polyurethane elastomers% basic structure% manufacture% morphology%
commercial grades% applications% thermoplasic 3%2Cpolybutadiene% trans 3%DC
polyisoprene% ionic thermoplastic elastomers% silicone based thermoplastic
elastomers% polyamide 3%2Celastomers.

Mo(,* 3
ntroduction% particulate and fibre filled composites% matrices and fibres% polymerC
fibre interface% pullCout strength% critical fibre length% short fibre and continuous
fibre composites% effect of coupling and bonding agents% characteri#ation of
interfacial bond strength% applications% polymer concrete% polymer impregnated
concretes% polymeric binders for roc)et propellants% analysis of long fibre
composites% analysis of short fibre composites% factors influencing the performance
of composites% rule of mi"tures% physical and functional properties.
Mo(,* 1
ntroduction% resins Bpolyester% epo"ies% phenolics1% reinforcements Bglass% carbon%
aramid% polyester% nylon% cellulosics1% moulding process% contact moulding% vacuum
bag moulding% pressure bag moulding% hand lay up% filament /inding% spray up%
compression moulding% in0ection moulding% coCin0ection moulding% resin transfer
moulding% pultrusion% ??*% matched die moulding.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. @and boo) of ,lastomers% <e/ Developments and Technology B,ds1% 6.-.
Bho/mic% and @.C. !tephense% *ar)el De))er% nc.% <e/ yor).
2. ;.;labisi% .=. ?obeson% and *.T. !ha/% +olymerCpolymer *iscibility 6cademic
+ress% <e/ Gor)% 3EAE
7. +aul !. <e/man B,d1 L+olymer BlendsJP 6cademic +ress% <e/ Gor)% 3EA2
D. ..6lliger% etal% ?ubber /orld% 34DE7'%&3B3EA31
&. .oettler inc% the role of the polymeric matri" in the processing and structural
prpperties of copmposite materials B: C !feris and >.<icolars% B,dn1 +lenum% <e/
Gor) 3E27.
&2
8OLYMER 8ROCESSING - II
8 505 3A1
Mo(,* 1
n0ection moulding% terminology% process description% moulding cycle% classification
of moulds% 2Cplate and 7Cplate moulds% different types of gates% cavity layCout%
setting up of mould% types of in0ection unit% elements of plasticating process%
classification of scre/% scre/ design% process control% clamping unit% classification
of machine hydraulics% ancillary equipment% computer operation% trouble shooting
of in0ection moulding% reaction in0ection moulding
Mo(,* 2
,"trusion% principle% types of e"truders% single scre/ and t/inCscre/ e"truders%
metering% scre/ design% process control variables% types of dies% die design% elastic
properties and die s/ell% manufacturing of pipes% cables% /ire coating% e"trusion
profiles% blo/n films% flat film% sheets% filaments% lamination% e"trusion of
elastomers
Mo(,* 3
Blo/ moulding% terminology% basis% process variables% in0ection 5 stretch blo/
moulding% single and multi layer% e"trusion blo/ moulding% e"trusion heads%
process controls for blo/ moulding machine% process and product controls.
Thermoforming% definition% methods of forming% thermoforming machinery% heating
of sheet% heating cycle% stretching% concept% hot strength% blistering% sags% cooling
and trimming the parts% heat balance% shrin)age% trimming operations.
Mo(,* 1
?otational moulding% types of machines% moulds% materials% part design%
calendering% types of calenders and strainer% embosser% /inder% ta)e offCsystems%
cro/ning% machinery po/der coating% manufacturing methods% application
methods% types of po/der coating% finishing and machining of plastics% 0oining%
/elding and assembling of plastics.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. ,dited by *ichael >. Berlin +lastics ,ngineering. @andboo). !ociety of the plastic
ndustries Chapman 5 @all <G 3EE3.
2. :ames >. Throne% Technology of Thermoforming. @anser% +ublisher *unmich
3EE4.
7. *.:. !tevens and :.6. Covas% ,"truder principle and operation. Chapman 5 @all
$-% 2
nd
edtion 3EE&.
D. D.8. ?osato 5 D.8. ?osato% Blo/ moulding @and boo)% @anser +ublished 3EE2.
&7
LATEG 8RODUCTS LAB
8 509 0A3
3. +reparation of dispersion% slurry and emulsions
2. Creaming of <? late".
7. *anufacture of rubber bands% balloons% finger caps% household gloves% surgeonsJ
gloves% late" thread and articles by casting.
D. @eat sensiti#ed dipping.
&. >ate" impregnation in te"tiles
4. +reparation of !+% C8 and >8 rubber
A. +reparation of late" based adhesives
2. =or) practice in the production of late" foam
E. =or) practice in the production of bonded coir
8RODUCT MANU=ACTURING LAB
8 50: 0A3
3. Determination of Cure time.
2. ,ffect of mastication time on plasticity/ viscosity
7. =or) practice in mastication% band formation% homogenisation and mi"ing
using a laboratory mill
D. +reparation of micro cellular sheet% 8Cstrap% tea mat% teats% in0ection bottle
cap% play ball% man made hose% solvent based adhesives% solid tyre% sponge% eraser
and oil seal.
&. =or) +ractice in calendaring% in0ection moulding% rotational moulding and
e"trusion
4. Compounding of +8C on t/o roll mill
A. 8isit to factories manufacturing tyres and non tyre products.
2. +reparation and characterisation of thermoplastic elastomers from rubberC
plastic blends.
a1 *iscible binary system Bsolution and melt mi"ing1
b1 mmiscible binary system Bsolution and melt mi"ing1
c1 Compatibilised binary system Bsolution and melt mi"ing1
E. +reparation of miscible polymer blends% phase separation% >C!T
measurements.
3'. Blending of <? /ith !B?% B? and ,+D*.
33. +reparation of fibre filled composites.
32. @and >ay up technique and Compression *oulding.
&D
SEVENTH SEMESTER
&&
8AINT TECHNOLOGY (ELECTIVE - I)
8 901 - 1 2A1
Mo(,* 1
?eflection% refraction% diffraction% colour science% additive colour mi"ing% gloss%
specular gloss% bloom gloss% surface uniformity% hiding po/er% chromaticity
diagrams for colour measurements% components of paints% paint preparation%
formulation% factors affecting pigment dispersion% preparation of pigment
dispersion% manufacture% pigments% pigment properties% different types% selection%
dispersion and colour matching of pigments% e"tenders% solvents% different types%
solvent properties% oil% driers% resins% dilutents% additives affecting viscosity%
interfacial tension% chemical reactions% living micro organisms.
Mo(,* 2
Classification based on polymeric resin% emulsion% oil and al)yd paints% acrylic
paints% epo"y coatings% polyurethanes% silicones% formaldehyde based resins%
chlorinated rubbers% acrylics% hydrocarbon resins. Classification based on
application. 9luoropolymers% vinyl resins% appliance finishes% automotive finishes%
coil coatings% can coatings% marine coatings% aircraft finishes.
Mo(,* 3
*echanism of film formation% physical drying% o"idative drying% chemical drying%
factors affecting coating properties% film thic)ness% film density% internal stresses%
pigment volume concentration B+8C1% different methods used for film preparation%
barrier properties. *echanical properties and optical properties of coatings% ageing
properties% effect of rheological behaviour on paint performance.
Mo(,* 1
6dhesion properties of coatings% factors affecting adhesive bond% thermodynamics
of adhesion% destructive methods% nondestructive methods% properties such as
floating% sil)ing% cratering% foaming% s)inning% flame retardance% slip resistance and
storage stability% surface cleaning methods% chemical conversion treatments% paint
application% brushing% dip coating% flo/ coating% roller coating% spray painting%
electro deposition% chemiphoretic deposition.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. !/ara0 +aul% O !urface coatingK !cience and TechnologyP =ileyC nterscience
3E2&
2. ?. >ambourne. O +aint and !urface CoatingsCTheory and +racticeP ,llis @or/ood
Chichester 3E2A
&4
IN=ORMATION TECHNOLOGY (ELECTIVE - I)
8 901 - 2 2A1
Mo(,* 1
Data !tructures% introduction% storage structures for arrays% stac)s% application of
stac)s% queues% pointers and lin)ed allocations% lin)ed linear list% operations%
circularly and doubly lin)ed list% applications% sorting techniques% selection sort%
bubble sort% e"change sort% searching techniques% sequential searching% binary
searching.
Mo(,* 2
;perating systems% generation and history of operating systems% multi programming
and time sharing concepts% process states% transition% +CB% interrupt processing% 0ob
and process scheduling% dis) scheduling% see) optimi#ation% rotational optimi#ation.

Mo(,* 3
!oft/are engineering% planning and cost estimation% importance of soft/are%
defining the problem% developing a solution strategy% planning% development
process% organi#ational structure% soft/are cost estimation% introduction% soft/are
cost factors% cost estimation techniques% staffing level estimation.
Mo(,* 1
!oft/are design concepts% introduction% fundamental design concepts% modules and
modulari#ation criteria% design notations and techniques% detailed design
consideration% real time and distributed system design% test plans% milestone%
/al)throughs and inspections% design guidelines% computer security% fundamental
concepts of cryptosystems. Computer net/or)s% introduction% uses of computer
net/or)s% net/or) hard/are 5 soft/are% reference models% net/or) topologies%
e"amples of net/or)% internet programming% @T*>% D@T*>% front page%
introduction to dream /eaver. ,Ccommerce% introduction% applications in business%
,Ccommerce frame/or).
R*$*%*n+*#
3. :eanC+aul Tremblay5 +aul...!orenson% 6n ntroduction to Data !tructures /ith
6pplications% *c .ra/ @ill% edition% 3E2D.
2. @arvey.*.Detail% 6n ntroduction to ;perating !ystems% 6ddison =esley
+ublication Company% 3EE2.
7. :ames.>.+eterson% 6braham !ilberschat#% ;perating !ystem Concepts% 6ddison
=esley +ublication Company% 3E2&.
D. ?ichard 9airley% !oft/are ,ngineering Concepts% *c .ra/ @ill% 3E2&.
&. +ressman ?.!.% !oft/are ,ngineering% *c .ra/ @ill% edition% 3E2A.
&A
ENGINEERING ECONOMICS AND INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT (ELECTIVE -
I)
8901 - 3 2A1
Mo(,* 1
<ature and scope of engineering economics% definition and scope of study of the
sub0ect% significance of economic analysis in business decisions% demand and
supply analysis% determinants of demand% la/ of demand% ,lasticity of demand%
Demand forecasting% >a/ of supply% ,lasticity of supply% *ar)et price.
Mo(,* 2
Cost analysis% fi"ed cost% variable cost% marginal cost% cost output relationship in the
short run and the long run% equilibrium of the firm% pricing decisions% situations
demand% pricing decisions% pricing in practice% full cost pricing% marginal cost
pricing% bid pricing% pricing for a rate of return% statutory price fi"ation in ndia%
brea) even analysis% brea) even point% basic assumptions% brea) even chart%
managerial uses of brea) even analysis.

Mo(,* 3
Capital budgeting% need for capital budgeting% method of appraising pro0ect
+rofitability% rate of return% pay bac) period% present value comparison% cost benefit
analysis% preparing of feasibility report% appraisal process% economic and
commercial feasibility% financial feasibility% technical feasibility.
Mo(,* 1
=or) study% production% productivity% factors affecting productivity% role of /or)
study% human factor% methods study% ob0ectives and procedure% !*; chart%
principles of motion economy% /or) measurement% stop /atch time study% rating
concept and systems% allo/ances% /or) sampling% plant layout% factors governing
plant location% ob0ectives of a good plant layout% process layout% product layout and
combination layout.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. ;.+. -hannaC ndustrial ,ngineeering and *anagementC Dhanpatrai +ublicationsC
<e/ DelhiC3EE2
2. ?. >. 8arshney 5 -.>. *ahes/ariC*anagerial ,conomicsC! Chand and Co.
7. !amuelson +. 6. 5 <ordhaus. =. DC,conomicsC*cQ.ra/hillC3EE2
TOTAL >UALITY MANAGEMENT @ RELIABILITY ENGINEERING
(ELECTIVE - I)
8 901 - 1 2A1
Mo(,* 1
Basic concepts% evolution of total quality management% definitions of quality%
deming% crosby% 0uran% taguchi% ishi)a/a theories% inspection% quality control% TF*
system% human component% service and product quality% customer orientation.
Mo(,* 2
&2
Fuality planning 5 techniques% quality planning% goal setting% designing for quality%
manufacturing for quality% process control% C+-% 4σ% process capability% data based
approach% statistical tools% AFC tools% bench mar)ing% F9D% 9*,6% &!% continuous
improvement techniques% +;-6G;-,% deming /heel.
Mo(,* 3
@uman dimension 5 system development in TF*% TF* mind set% participation
style% team /or)% team development% quality circle% motivational aspect% change
management% documentation% structure% information system% !; E'''% !; 3D'''%
F! E'''% certification% clauses% procedure% TF* road map.

Mo(,* 1
?eliability% definition% probabilistic nature of failures% mean failure rate% meantime
to failure% meantime bet/een failures% ha#ard rate% ha#ard models% /eibull model%
system reliability% improvement% redundancy% series% parallel and mi"ed
configurations% reliability in design% case studies of aircraft engines% bra)e system in
automobiles and aircraft% electronic equipollents.
*aintainability% introduction% choice of maintenance strategy% mean time to repair
B*TT?1% factors contributing to mean do/n time B*DT1% fault diagnosis% routine
testing for unrevealed faults% factors contributing to mean maintenance time%
B**T1% onCcondition maintenance% periodic condition monitoring% continuous
condition monitoring% economics of maintenance.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. :oel ,. ?ose% Total Fuality *anagement% 2
nd
edn.% -ogan page >td.% $!6% 3EE7.
2. !rinath >.!.% ?eliability ,ngineering% 6ffiliated ,ast =est +ress% <e/ Delhi H
3EA&.
7. :ohn Bentley% ntroduction to ?eliability and Fuality ,ngineering% 2
nd
edn.% 6ddison
H =esley% 3EEE.
D. !amuel - @o% TF* H 6n integrated approach% 2
nd
edn.% -ogan page >td.% $!6%
3EE4.
&. :ohn Ban)% TF*% +rentice @all of ndia +vt. >yStd.% <e/ Delhi% 3EE7.
4. +atric) +.T. ;J Connor% +ractical ?eliability ,ngineering 2edn.% :ohn =iley 5
!ons% 3E2&.
A. Balagurusamy ,.% ?eliability ,ngineering% Tata *c.re/ @ill +ub. Co.% <e/ Delhi%
3E2D.
2. Ba#ovs)y. .% ?eliability Theory and +ractice% +rintice @all% nc. ,ngle/ood Cliffs%
<e/ :ersey% 3E43.
&E
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
8 902 2A1
Mo(,* 1
ntroduction% evolution of modern concepts% functions of an industrial engineer%
field of application% entrepreneurship% concept of pro0ect% types of investment%
capital budgeting% investment proposals% pro0ect development cycle% preinvestment
analysis% pro0ect environments% government regulations% importCe"port status%
foreign e"change regulations% technical collaborations% means of raising capital%
availability of resources% mar)eting survey and strategies.
Mo(,* 2
+roduct development and research% design function% ob0ectives of design%
manufacture 8s purchase% development of design% e"perimentation% prototype
production% testing% simplification% standardi#ation% product development% selection
of materials and processes% human factors in design% value engineering% selection of
factory site% building design% construction% plant layout and material handling%
product and process% layout% comparison of flo/chart% use of time study data%
physical facilities% constructional details% environmental control li)e lighting%
temperature% humidity% ventilation% noise% dust% industrial /aste disposalCprinciples
of material handling% types of material handling equipment% selection and
application.
Mo(,* 3
*aintenance and replacement% preventive and brea)do/n maintenance% economic
aspect% replacement of equipment% methods of providing for depreciation%
determination of economic life% criteria for selection of equipment.
Mo(,* 1
*ethods ,ngineering% analysis of /or) methods using different types of process
charts and flo/ diagrams% critical e"amination% micro motion study and Therblings%
!*; chart% principles of motion economy% determination of standard time and
allo/ances% accounting and costing% element of double entry boo) )eeping% trial
balance% trading profit and loss account% balance sheet% principles of costing%
methods of allocation of overhead costs% finance and capital requirements% price
fi"ation% cash flo/ statements% return of investment% source of finance.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. +roduction !ystem C :.>.?iggs
2. +roduction Control C @iegel
7. @uman 9actors in ,ngg. Design C *c Cornic% ,.:.
D. Time and *otion !tudy C Barnes ?.*.
&. ;perations *anagement C Buffa ,.!.
4. 8alue ,ngineering C *iles >.D.
A. *ethods ,ngineering C -ric)
2. !ystem 6nalysis and +ro0ect *anagement C Cleand 5)ing.
4'
8RODUCTION ENGINEERING
8 903 3A1
Mo(,* 1
>athe% types of lathe specification% parts of center lathe% operations% single point tool
nomenclature accessories and attachment% capstan and turret lathe% parts% difference%
automatic lathe% single spindle and multispindle types.
Mo(,* 2
!haping% types% operations% parts of standard shaper% specifications% planning% types%
parts of double housing% planning machine% operations table drive mechanism only%
specifications% milling% types% specifications% operations only% drilling% types%
specification% operations% t/ist drill nomenclature% boring% types% specification%
grinding% types% abrasives% girt% grade and structure of grinding /heel% bonding
process% fine finishing% honing% super finishing% buffing% metal spraying% electro
plating.
Mo(,* 3
!pecial machining% electrical discharge machining% electro chemical machining%
electron beam machining% ultrasonic laser machining% plasma arc machining%
abrasive 0et machining% chemical machining.
Mo(,* 1
Transfer machines% types% components% <.C. machines% open and closed loop
control system% analogy and digital control system% absolute and incremental
position control% part programming% manual part programming technique and
computer aided part programming technique% measurement principles% classification
of measuring instruments% gauges% height gauge% slip gauges% sine bars%
autocollimator% go% no gauges% classification% surface roughness% terms% symbols%
measurement.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. !.-. @a0ra Choudry% ,lements of =or)shop Technology 8ol. 5 *edia
promoters and +ublishers% 3EEE% E
th
,dition.
2. =or)shop Technology% =.6.:. Chapman% 8ol. % 5 .7
7. *anufacturing Technology% *. @astle @urst.
43
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING - IV
8 901 3A1

Mo(,* 1
+rocess controlCcontrollers% types% proportional derivative control% proportional
integral controller% proportional integral derivative controller% basic principles and
transfer functions% pneumatic and electronic controllers% open and closed loop
systems% first order systems% mercury thermometer% liquid level and mi"ing process
Mo(,* 2
Temperature measurementCdifferent methods li)e electrical% contact and nonC
contact methodsC thermometersC liquid filled% bimetallic and resistance
thermometers% thermocouple% optical pyrometer. +ressure measurement%
manometers% $Ctube% /ell type and inclined types% barometer% bourden tube%
bello/s% diaphragms.
Mo(,* 3
Chemical reaction engineeringCclassification of chemical reactions and reactors%
variables affecting the rate of reaction% reaction rate% molecularity and order of a
reaction% 6rrhenius la/% collision theory and transition state theory. integral and
differential method of data analysis% ideal batch reactor% semi batch reactor% mi"ed
reactor
Mo(,* 1
+rocess calculationsCmethods of e"pressing composition of mi"ture of solids%
liquids and gases. concept of limiting and e"cess reactants. ideal gas la/% DaltonJs
la/% 6magatJs la/% material balance problems involving mi"ing% leaching%
evaporation% distillation and absorption.

R*$*%*n+*#
3. !tochiometry% Tata *c.ra/ @ill Company limited% <e/ Delhi% Bhatt 5 8ora
2. Chemical reaction engineering% >evenspiel% Tata *c.ra/ @ill Company limited%
<e/ Delhi
7. +rocess control% +atranabis% Tata *c.ra/ @ill Company limited% <e/ Delhi
D. +rocess instrumentation% +atranabis% Tata *c.ra/ @ill Company limited% <e/
Delhi
&. +rocess system analysis and control% Coughnour 5 -oppel% Tata *c.ra/ @ill
Company limited% <e/ Delhi
4. Chemical engineerJs @andboo)% +erry% Tata *c.ra/ @ill Company limited% <e/
Delhi.
A. ntroduction to chemical engineering% 6nderson 5 =en#el% Tata *c.ra/ @ill
Company limited% <e/ Delhi
42
TYRE TECHNOLOGY
8903 3A1
Mo(,* 1
@istory on the design and development of tyres% current status of tyre industry in
ndia and its future prospects% tyre si#ing% different components of a tyre% its
geometry% basic functions% functions of a pneumatic tyre% load carrying% vibration
and noise reduction% the tyre function as a spring% contribution to road adhesion%
tyre friction contribution to driving control% steering control and self aligning
torque. !olid tyres% concave tyres% /inter tyres% ;T? tyre% bicycle tyre% different
types of tyres% bias% bias belted% radial% relative merits and demerits% their
components% tube and tubeless tyresCbasic features.
Mo(,* 2
CordCrubber composites% failure mechanism of cord reinforced rubber% mechanics
of tyre pavement interaction% tyre forces on dry and /et road surface% traction forces
on dry% /et% ice% sno/ and irregular pavements% brea)ing and traction of tyres% tyre
/ear% rubber friction% sliding mechanism% various factors affecting friction and
sliding% tyre stresses and deformation% tyre noise% mechanism of noise generation%
effect of tread pattern% noise level% flatspotting% fatigue resistance% patographing%
pneumatic resilience effect.
Mo(,* 3
*anufacturing techniques of various tyres C t/o /heeler% car tyres% truc) tyres%
cycle tyres% cycle tubes% ;T? tyres% aircraft tyres% automotive tubes% manufacture of
tyre treads% beads% side/alls% compounding techniques% principles of designing
formulations for various rubber components% tyre reinforcement materials Bte"tile%
steel% glass% aramid1% criteria of selection% different styles and construction% te"tile
treatment B?9> dip1% tyre mould design% green tyre design principles% methods of
building green tyres for bias% bias belted% radial and tubeless tyres% green tyre
treatments% tyre curing methods% curing bags% bladders% diaphragms% autoclave%
airbag% bagomatic% autoform% post cure inflation% different types of tyre building
machines% bead /inding machine% bias cutters% curing presses.
Mo(,* 1
*easurement of tyre properties% dimension and si#eCstatic and loaded% tyre
construction analysis% endurance test% /heel and plunger tests% traction% noise
measurements% force and moment characteristics% cornering coefficient aligning
torque coefficient% load sensitivity and load transfer sensitivity% rolling resistance%
nonCuniformity dimensional variations% force variations% radial force variation%
lateral force variation concentricity and ply steer% type balance% mileage%
evaluations% tyre fla/s and separations% XCray holography% foot print pressure
distribution% B! standards for tyres% tubes and flaps% quality control tests.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. !amuel -. Clar)% *echanics of pneumatic Tires% <ational Bureau of standards%
*onograph% $! .ovt. printing office% 3EA3.
2. Tom 9rench% Tyre Technology% 6dam @ilger% <e/ Gor)% 3E2E.
47
7. 9.:. -ovac% Tire Technology% Dth edition% .ood year Tire and ?ubber Company%
6)ron% 3EA2.
D. ,. ?obecchi% >. 6mi)i% *echanics of Tire% 2 8ols% +irelli% *ilano% 3EA
8OLYMER TESTING
8905 3A1
Mo(,* 1
!tandards organi#ations% B!% 6!T*% B!% D<% 9D6% preparation and conditioning
of test pieces% short term testing% stressCstrain behaviour in tension% compression and
shear% tensile strength% compressive strength% tear strength% fle"ural strength% impact%
#od% Charpy% long term testing% creep% stress rela"ation% hardness% abrasion
resistance% resilience% heat buildC up% ageing.
Mo(,* 2
Chemical analysis of polymers% functional group analysis% tacticity analysis% use of
mass spectrometry% gas chromatography% ?% C
37
% @
3
% ,!?% <*? spectroscopy%
optical microscopy% !,*% T,*% XCray diffraction% electron diffraction% neutron
diffraction in polymer characteri#ation.
Mo(,* 3
+rinciple and use of DT6% T.6% D!C% D*6 and T*6% determination of T
g
% T
m
%
heat of fusion% thermal conductivity% flammability% vicat softening point% heat
deflection temperature.
Mo(,* 1
6nalysis of dielectric strength% dielectric constant% volume resistivity% surface
resistivity% arc resistance% corona resistance% po/er factor% dissipation factor% loss
factor% transparency% refractive inde"% ha#e% gloss.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. ?.+.Bro/n% +hysical testing of ?ubber% 6cademic +ress% <e/ Gor) 3E2D
2. 8ishu !hah% Testing of +lastics
7. 6!T* *anual 7&%74%7A
D. B! and T!T *anual
4D
8OLYMER TESTING LAB
8909 0A3
T*#"!n- o$ '*+)&n!+&, ;%o;*%"!*# o$ ;,&#"!+# &n %(//*%#
3. Tensile strength
2. Compression strength
7. 9le"ural strength
D. Tear strength
&. #od and Charpy impact strength
4. 9alling dart impact strength
A. !hore @ardness
2. 6brasion resistance
E. ?ebound resilience
3'. 9le" resistance
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY
8 90: 0A3
3. 9luid flo/ measurement using orificemeter
2. 9luid flo/ measurement using venturimeter
7. 8erification of BernoulliJs theorem
D. !ingle tan) system
&. !imple distillation
4. ?eynoldsJs e"periment
A. Dynamics of thermometer
2. Characteristic curves of a centrifugal pump
E. Characteristic curves of a reciprocating pump
3'. -inetics of hydrolysis of ethyl acetate.
4&
EIGHTH SEMESTER
44
ADHESIVE TECHNOLOGY (ELECTIVE - II)
8:01 - 1 3A1
Mo(,* 1
Bond types% immiscible planar substrates% immiscible substrates /ith interphase
formation via chemical reaction% setting% adhesive 0oint strength% interface%
thermodynamics of adhesive% contact angle% /or) of adhesion% acid base
consideration% surface treatment% measure of adhesion% test methods% strength of
adhesion% rheology of adhesion.
Mo(,* 2
>o/ energy surface% high energy surface% solvent% solvent cleaning% mechanical
abrasion% chemical treatments% primers% plasma treatments% mechanism of adhesion%
introduction% mechanical interloc)ing% mechanically roughened substrates%
chemically roughened substrates% role of locali#ed energy dissipation diffusion
theory% /elding of plastics% polymer/ metal interface% electronic theory% adsorption
theory% secondary force interactions% donorCacceptor interactions% primary force
interaction.
Mo(,* 3
@ardening by solvent or dispersing medium removal% hardening by cooling%
hardening by chemical reaction% nonChardening adhesives% adhesives from natural
sources% rubber based adhesives% T+, based adhesives% phenolic resins% tannin
formaldehyde resin% lignin based resin% polyvinylacetates% polyvinylalcohols%
epo"ides% di isocyanates% cyanoacrylate% anaerobic% acrylic% hot melt adhesives%
pressure sensitive adhesives% structural adhesives in aerospace% adhesives in
automobile industry% conductive% adhesives in building construction% adhesives in
electrical industry.
Mo(,* 1
!tresses% types of 0oints% selection of 0oint detail% 0oint design criteria% standard test
methods% engineering properties of adhesives% non destructive testing% fracture
mechanics of adhesive 0oints% effect of 0oint geometry% effect of temperature%
dynamic and static fatigue% environmental attac)% service life prediction.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. !)iests B,d1. @andboo) of 6dhesives% edition% 8an <ostrand ?einhold% 3EE'
2. !hields% @andboo) of 6dhesives% Butter/orths 3E2D
7. +i##i B,d1 =ood 6dhesives% Chemistry and Technology% *arcel De))er 3E27.

4A
8LASTICS 8ACKAGING TECHNOLOGY (ELECTIVE - II)
8 :01 - 2 3A1

Mo(,* 1
ntroduction to plastics pac)aging% functions of pac)aging% advantages of plastic
pac)aging% distribution ha#ards% special requirements of food and medical
pac)aging% pac)aging legislation and regulation% pac)aging as a system% elements%
approach% pac)age% design% relation criteria for pac)aging materials% pac)aging
equipment chec)list% case histories% ma0or pac)aging plastics% introduction% +,% ++%
+!% +8C% polyesters% +8DC% vinylacetate% +86% ,86% +8 6lcohol% +6% +C
ionomers 5 fluoro polymers(
Mo(,* 2
Conversion process% compression 5 transfer moulding% in0ection moulding% blo/
moulding% e"trusion% rotary thermoforming% lamination% metalli#ing% decoration
process% shrin) /rapping% pallet 5 stretch /rapping% sealing methods% plasma
barrier coatings% energy requirement for conversion.
Mo(,* 3
,"trusion% film and fle"ible pac)aging% e"trusion% cast film 5 sheet% blo/n film%
multi layer film 5 sheet coatings% laminations 5 co e"trusions% stretch and shrin)
/rap% pouching% sealing% evaluation of seals in fle"ible pac)ages% advantages of
fle"ible pac)aging% fle"ible pac)aging products% speciali#ed pac)aging for food
products
Mo(,* 1
Thermoformed% moulded and rigid pac)ages% thermoforming pac)ages% position 5
thermoforming 5 /rap forming% variations in thermoforming and solid phase
pressure forming% scrabbles% t/in sheet 5 melt to mould thermoforming% s)in
pac)aging% thermoforming moulds% thermoforming fill real% aseptic thermoforming%
advantages 5 disadvantages of moulding foams% other cushioning materials 5
distribution pac)aging% polystyrene 5 other foams systems cushioning% design of
molded cushioning systems% plastic pallets% drums 5 other shipping containers%
testing plastic pac)ages% barrier% migration 5 compatibility% printing% labeling 5
pigmenting% sterili#ation systems and health care products% pac)aging ha#ards and
their controls% environmental considerations.

R*$*%*n+*#
3. !usan ,.*. !ele)e% $nderstanding plastic pac)aging Technology% @anser
publications H *unich
2. 6.!. 6ltalye% +lastics in pac)aging% Tata *c.ra/ H @ill publishing Co. >td.% <e/
Delhi.
42
8ROCESS ENGINEERING ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT
(ELECTIVE - II)
8 :01 - 3 3A1
Mo(,* 1
8alue of money% equivalence% equation for economic studies and equivalence%
amoritation% capital recovery% depreciation% depletion.

Mo(,* 2
Capital requirements for process plants% cost indices% equipment costs% service
facilities% capital requirements for completed plan% balance sheet% cost% earnings%
profits and returns% variable costs% fi"ed costs% income statement% economic
production charts% capacity factors.
Mo(,* 3
,conomics of selecting alternates% annual cost methods% present /orth method%
equivalent alternate% rate of return and payment time% cash flo/ analysis% economic
balance% economic balance in batch operation% cyclic operations and multiple
equipment units.
Mo(,* 1
*icro economics% elasticity of demand and supply% demand forecasting methods%
economic analysis% cost analysis% time element% Beep micro economics% -eynesian
employment theory% multiplier and accelerator% national income% accounting%
business cycle. Concept of management% principles% managerial functions% scientific
management% advanced techniques in management% type of organi#ation% merits and
demerits% concept of mar)ing% need% reserach% sales forecasting% product cycle%
personnel management% concepts recruitment% selection and training and
development% maintenance% merit rating% 0ob evaluation% fatigue% accidents% causes
and prevention% labor management of relations% concept of industrial relations.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. !ch/yer @.,.% O+rocess ,ngineering ,conomicsP% *cgra/ @ill Boo) Co.% B<.G1
2. :elam% 9.9.% OCost 6nd ;ptimisation ,ngineering O.
7. +eter 6nd Timmerhaus% O+lant Design 6nd ,conomics 9or Chemical ,ngineers.
4E
8ROCESS CONTROL AND INSTRUMENTATION (ELECTIVE - II)
8 :01 - 1 3A1
Mo(,* 1
+rinciples of measurement and classification of process control instruments%
temperature pressure% fluid flo/% liquid level% volumetric and mass flo/ rate% fluid
density and specific gravity% viscosity and consistency% p@ and concentration%
electrical and thermal conductivity% humidity composition by physical and thermal
properties and spectroscopy.
Mo(,* 2
Transient response of open loop systems% first order systems% e"amples% response to
step% impulse and sinusoidal forcing functions% first order systems in series%
interacting and non interacting types% response of first order systems in series%
second order system% transfer functions% e"amples% response of second order
systems to step% impulse and sinusoidal inputs transient response of chemical
reactor.
Mo(,* 3
Control system% development of bloc) diagram for feed bac) control systems% servo
and regulator problems% transfer function for controllers and final control element%
principles of pneumatic and electronic controllers% transportation lag% feedbac)
characteristics of control systems% bloc) diagram% signal flo/ graph techniques.
Mo(,* 1
ntroduction to frequency response of closed loop systems% concept of stability
?;$T@ test for stability% stability criterion% bode stability criterion% <iquist
diagram% tuning of controller settings. +rocess dynamics and applications% dynamics
and control of chemical reactors% heat e"changers and distillation columns% digital
computer applications% microprocessors and computer control of chemical
processes% introduction to +>C programming and DC!.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. Coughano/r D.?. and -oppel >.*.% +rocess !ystems 6nalysis and Control
*c.ra/ @ill% <e/ Gor).
2. +. @arriot% +rocess Control% Tata *c.ra/ @ill% <e/ Delhi 3EAA.
7. D.+. ,c)man% ndustrial nstrumentation% =iley 3EA2.
A'
COM8UTER AIDED DESIGN @ MANU=ACTURE
8 :02 3A1
Mo(,* 1
ntroduction% design process% application of computers for design% creating
manufacture database% benefits of C6D% inputCoutput devices in C6D% design /or)
station% graphic terminal% operator input devices% plotters and other output devices%
secondary storage. 9unctions of graphic pac)age% constructing the geometry% 2D
transformations% 7D transformations% conceteration% data base structure and content%
/ireCframe modeling% surface modeling% solid modeling finite element modeling%
digiti#ing% layering% groups% patterns% local coordinates% automate dimensioning% on
line calculation capabilities.
Mo(,* 2
Conventional memorial control B<C1% basic components of <C system% <C
procedure% <C co ordinate system% <C motion control system% applications of <C%
economics of <C% <C part programming% punched tape in <C% tape coding and
format% manual part programming% computer assisted part programming% the 6T+
language% the macro statement in 6T+% <C programming /ith interactive graphics%
voice <C programming% manual data input% computer controls in <C% introduction%
problems /ith conventional <C% <C controller technology% computer numerical
control% direct numerical control% combined D<C/C<C systems% adaptive control
machining systems.
Mo(,* 3
!tructural modes of manufacturing process% process control strategies% distributed
control versus central control% direct digital control% supervisory computer control%
computer aided quality control% technology in F.C.% computer in F.C.% contract
inspection methods% non contract inspection methods% optical and non optical%
computer aided testing% integration of C6FC /ith C6D/ C6* manufacturing
systems% manufacturing systems% machine tools and related equipment% material
handling system% computer integrated manufacturing systems% human labour in the
manufacturing system% C*! benefits.
Mo(,* 1
.roup technology B..T.1% introduction% part families% part classification and coding%
..T. machine cells benefits of ..T.% computer aided process planning% planning
function% retrieval type process planning system% generative process planning
system% benefits of C6++% machinability data systems% computer generated time
standards.
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3. *.+. .roover% ,.*. Mimmers% :r.PC6D/C6*PR Computer 6ided Design and
*anufacturing% +rentice @all of ndia% 3E2A
2. Besent C.B. O Computer aided Design and *anufacturingP ,llis @or/ood >td
,ngland 3E2'
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=IBRE TECHNOLOGY
8 :03 3A1
Mo(,* 1
ntroduction% definition of fibre% fibre dimensions% units of measurements% te"%
denier% conversion from one system to another% use of fibres in the rubber and
plastic industry% polymer products containing fibres% fibre manufacturing industries
in ndia% present status and future prospects.
Mo(,* 2
9ibres used in polymer industryC types and sources% chemical composition%
properties% concept of order in fibres and polymers% crystallinity and orientation%
methods of investigating fibre structure% detailed study of fibre properties such as
mechanical properties% electrical properties% moisture absorption% optical properties
and fibre friction% relation bet/een fibre properties and structure% uses of vegetable
fibres such as cotton% fla"% linen% coir% sisal% pineapple% 0ute% sil)% banana% use of
animal and mineral fibres.
Mo(,* 3
*an made fibres% physical structure of fibre forming polymers% production%
chemical composition% properties and testing of viscose rayon% cellulose acetate%
nylon 44 and nylon 4% polyester% acrylic% poly vinyl alcohol% spande"% carbon fibre%
metallic fibres% saran% )evlar% nome"% steel /ire% finishing and dyeing.
Mo(,* 1
Garn and te"tile production from fibres% definition of various te"tile terms% fibre
spinning% dra/ing of fibres% felting% )nitting% lacing% bonding and /eaving%
properties of yarns% yarn numbering system% brief idea about spinning of cotton
yarns and blends% yarn properties such as count appearance% evenness% strength%
abrasion% fatigue% friction% t/ist% dynamic mechanical properties and their
importance% fabrics% brief idea about the construction% cover factor% geometry of
/eaves% fabric properties such as strength% abrasion resistance% air permeability%
bursting strength% thermal properties.
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3. Booths% O Te"tile TestingP% Butter/orths% <e/ness% $.-. 3E2'
2. =a)e and D.B.=ooton% Te"tile reinforcement of ,lastomers%P 6pplied !ciencesP
3E22
7. ,vans%P @ouse technologyP 6pplied !cience +ublishes 3EAE
D. 9.=.Billmeyer% OTe"t Boo) of +olymer !cienceP% =iley H nterscience% 3EA3
&. *oncrief%P *an *ade 9ibres%
4. !adov et al% OChemical technology of fibres and *aterialP *ir +ublishers% *osco/
3EA2
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8OLYMERS @ ENVIRONMENT
8 :01 3A1
Mo(,* 1
ntroduction% resources of polymers% comparison of total energy costs for product
manufacture based on polymers% ceramics and metals% polymer production and
consumption% comparison of the impact on environment by polymers and other
materials% environmental pollution% nonC biodegradability of polymers% dra/bac)s%
burning of polymers% remedy for environmental problem by polymers% a/areness
program.
Mo(,* 2
BioCdegradation of polymers% introduction% en#ymes% en#yme nomenclature%
en#yme specificity% physical factors affecting the activity of en#ymes% en#yme
mechanism% chemical degradation initiates biodegradation% hydrolysis of synthetic
biodegradable polymers. Development of starch based polymers% manufacture
of master batch% biodegradation% assessment% soil burial test% biopolyesters%
synthesis% isolation% solvent e"traction% en#ymatic digestion% properties%
degradation% intracellular biodegradation% e"tra cellular biodegradation% thermal
degradation% hydrolytic degradation% environmental degradation
Mo(,* 3
<eed for recycling of plastics from urban solid /astes% /aste composition% sorting
and segregation of /aste% plastics identification% !+ coding% primary recycling%
equipments for primary recycling% specific recycling techniques% +, films% ++
battery case% crushing and separation% +,T films
Mo(,* 1
!econdary recycling% plastics /astes containing paper% hydrolytic treatment%
processing of mi"ed plastics /aste% household /aste% industrial sector% T+; based
materials% use of recyclable plastics in motor vehicles% recoverable material% disposal
of residuals% recycling of rubber% difficulty in recycling of rubber products%
reclaimator process% =T?% advantages of reclaimed rubber in cost% mi"ing and
processing
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3. ?ecycling of plastic materials B,d1 9rancesco +aolo >a *antia% Chem Tee
+ublishing.
2. Degradable polymers% recycling and plastics /aste management% Beds1 6nn
7. Christine 6lbertsson and !amuel :. @uang% *arcel De))er% <e/ Gor).
D. +lastics =aste *anagement Bed1 <abil *ustafa% *arcel De))ar% <e/ Gor).
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8OLYMER 8RODUCT DESIGN
8 :03 3A 1
Mo(,* 1
!teps in product design% functional design% aesthetic design% effect of fillers on
properties and performance% safety factor% /or)ing stress% safe stress% fatigue factor%
effects of cyclic loading% stress concentration% endurance limit% structural design of
products under static and dynamic loads% design of beams and plates% design for
stiffness% electrical use% optical use
Mo(,* 2
Design features of products% inside and outside corners% /all thic)ness% ribs% tapers%
draft angles% /eld lines% gate si#e and location% tolerances% mouldedCinCinserts%
plastic threads% blind holes% undercuts% hinges% functional surfaces and lettering%
snap fitting% /elding.
Mo(,* 3
+lastic gears% advantages and disadvantages% glossary of gearing terms% bac)lash and
/or)ing clearance% materials% lubricants% frictional properties% design% moulded and
cut gears% plastic bearings% rubber bearings% different types% designers chec)list%
pipes% dimensions and specifications% 0oints% manholes% pump pressure% pressure
rating calculation% e"ternal loading.
Mo(,* 1
@ysteresis% energy absorption% damping% principles of vibration% simple harmonic
motion% combination of simple harmonic motion% beats% periodic motion% system
/ith single degree of freedom% natural frequency% forced vibrations% undamped
vibration% damped vibrations% octave rules% coulomb and solid damping% frequency
of damped vibrations% logarithmic decrements% critical damping% t/o degrees of
freedom% multi degrees of freedom% vibration isolation% dynamic isolation and
transmissibility% isolation of shoc) and transient vibrations% rubber mountings%
rubber bridge bearings % rubber seals% basic configurations% design of static and
dynamic seals% design of rubber products in automobiles% aviation% marine fields%
hoses% beltings% couplings% cables% rubberC toC metal components% foot/ear% sports
goods.
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3. +lastic +roducts Design @andboo) C ,d/ard *iller
2. +lastic +roducts Design ,ngg. @andboo) C ! >evy 5 :. @. DuBois
7. +roduct Design =ith +lastics :.B.Dym 9rea)ly and +ayne OTheory and +ractice of
engineering =ith ?ubberP 6pplied !cience% >ondon% 3EA2
AD
S8ECIALITY 8OLYMERS
8 :05 3A1
Mo(,* 1
@igh temperature and fire resistant polymers% improving lo/ performance polymers
for high temperature use% polymers for lo/ fire ha#ards% polymers for high
temperature resistance% fluoropolymers% aromatic polymers% polyphenylene
sulphide% polysulphones% polyesters% polyamides% poly)etones% heterocyclic
polymers.
Mo(,* 2
,lectrical and electronic properties of polymers% insulating properties of polymers%
conducting polymers% conducting mechanisms% polyacetylene% polyparaphenylene
polypyrrole% organometallic polymers% photo conducting polymers% polymers in nonC
linear optics% polymers /ith pie#oelectric% pyroelectric and ferromagnetic properties%
photoresists for semi conductor fabrication% optical fibre telecommunication cables.

Mo(,* 3
onic polymers% synthesis% physical properties and applications% ion e"change%
hydrophilicity% ionomers based on polyethylene% elastomeric ionomers% ionomers
based on polystyrene% ionomers based on +T9,% ionomers /ith polyaromatic
bac)bones% polyelectrolytes for ion e"change% polyelectrolytes based on
carbo"ylates% polymers /ith integral ions% polyelectrolyte comple"es% inorganic
ionic polymers.
Mo(,* 1
>iquid crystalline polymers% structure% types% applications% inorganic polymers%
polymers containing phosphorous% nitrogen and boron% organometallic polymers%
polysilo"anes and metal chelate polymers.
R*$*%*n+*#
3. @.9.*ar)% B,d1% ,ncyclopedia of polymer !cience 5 ,ngineering% :ohn =iley 5
!ons% <e/ Gor)% 3E2E.
2. *atrin.T..oosey% +lastics for ,lectronics% ,lsevier% 6pplied !cience% 3E2&.
7. ?.=. Dyson% !pecialty +olymers% Chapman 5 @all% 2nd edition% 3EE2.
D. *anas Chanda% !alil.-.?oy% +lastics Technology @and boo)% 2nd edition% *arcel
&. De))er% <e/ Gor)% 3EE7
4. C.-u 5 ?.>iepins% ,lectrical +roperties of +olymers% @anser +ublications% *unich
3E2A.
A. 9. Bueche% +hysical properties of polymers% =iley% <e/ Gor)% 3E42.
2. :.*ort 5 ..+fister% eds. ,lectronic properties of polymers% =iley nterscience%
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CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY LAB
8:09 0A3
D*"*%'!n&"!on o$ ")* $o,,o6!n- ;&%&'*"*%#
3. 6cid value of oils
2. odine value of oils
7. !aponification value of oils
D. !ucrose content of sugar
&. @ardness of /ater
4. Dissolved o"ygen in /ater
A. B;D and C;D of /ater
2. 6vailable chlorine content in bleaching po/der
E. +reparation and analysis of soap
3'. 9lash point and fire point
8ROFECT @ SEMINAR
8 :0: 0A3
,ach student has to underta)e a short pro0ect under the supervision of a guide. 6
consolidated report of the pro0ect /or) in the form of a dissertation has to be
submitted after the completion of the /or). The assessment of the pro0ect /or) /ill
be based on the dayCtoCday performance of the student% )no/ledge% aptitude%
sincerity% the quality 5 content of the pro0ect report and seminar 5 vivaCvoce.

VIVA VOCE
8 :0<
6 vivaCvoce /ill be conducted as a part of the university e"amination to assess the
studentJs overall ability and )no/ledge in the field of +olymer ,ngineering and
allied sub0ects. The candidate has to present the pro0ect report% seminar paper and
educational tour report for this e"amination.
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