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UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT

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Faculty of Engineering – Scheme & Syllabus of M.Tech Course in Instrumentation & Control Systems –
approved – Implemented – with effect from 2011 admission – Orders issued.

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General and Academic Branch – IV ‘E’ Section
No.GA.IV/E1/8226/2011(4) Dated Calicut University P.O. 08.05.2012.
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Read:- 1. U.O.No.GA.IV/E1/1894/2003(S.F) dated 07.10.2011..
2. Minutes of the meeting of Board of Studies in Engineering (P.G) held on 30.03.2012
(Item.No.1)
3. Orders of Vice-Chancellor in the file of even No. dated 17.04.2012.
4. Letter from the Dean, Faculty of Engineering dated 23.04.2012.
5. Orders of Vice-Chancellor in the file of even No. dated 03.05.2012.

ORDER

As per paper read as (1) above, an expert committee consisting of following members were
constituted for framing the syllabus for the M.Tech Course in Instrumentation and Control Systems.
a) Dr.Thajudin Ahamed .V.I(Convenor)
Professor & Head, Dept. of Electronics and Communication Engineering,
Govt.Engineering College, Idukki, Painav.
b) Dr.C.Sathish Kumar, Professor, Dept.of.Electronics & Communication Engineering
Govt.Engineering College, Wayanad, Thalapuzha P.O., Mananthavady – 670644.
c) Dr.N.Vijayakumar, Associate Professor, Dept.of.Electronics and Communication
Engineering, Govt.Engineering College, Thalappuzha.P.O, Manathavady – 670 644.

Vide paper read as 2nd above, the meeting of Board of Studies in Engineering (P.G) held on
30.03.2012, vide item.No. 1 unanimously resolved to approve the Scheme & Syllabus of the M.Tech
course in Instrumentation and Control Systems.

Vide paper read as 3rd above, the Vice-Chancellor had ordered to seek the opinion of the Dean, Faculty of
Engineering regarding the approval of the minutes of the meeting of the Board of Studies in
Engineering (PG) held on 30.03.2012

The Dean, Faculty of Engineering vide paper read as 4th above, recommended for the approval of the
minutes of the meeting of the Board of Studies in Engineering (PG) held on 30.03.2012.

Considering the urgency of the matter, the Vice-Chancellor has accorded sanction to implement the
Scheme & Syllabus of the M.Tech Course in Instrumentation and Control Systems, subject to
ratification by the Academic Council, vide paper read as 5th above.

Sanction has therefore been accorded for implementing the Scheme & Syllabus of the M.Tech course
in Instrumentation and Control Systems with effect from 2011 admission onwards.

Orders are issued accordingly.
(The Syllabus is available in the University website)

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The Principals of all affiliated Engineering Colleges offering M.Tech Course.
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UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT

SCHEME AND SYLLABUS FOR
M.Tech
in
INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL SYSTEMS
(2011 Admission onwards)

Scheme and Syllabus for M. Tech Programme in
Instrumentation & Control Systems

SEMESTER 1 Sl. Hours/week Course code Subject L T P ICA ESE Total Credits No. SEMESTER 2 Sl. Hours/week Course code Subject L T P ICA ESE Total Credits No. 100 2 TOTAL 15 5 4 700 500 1200 24 L-Lecture T-Tutorial P-Practical ICA-Internal Continuous Assessment ESE-End Semester Examination ELECTIVE I EIC11 105 (A) Computer Controlled Systems EIC11 105 (B) Data Communications EIC11 105 (C) Optimization Techniques EIC11 105 (D) Biomedical Instrumentation Note: 6 hours/week is meant for departmental assistance by students. Process Control 1 EIC11 201 3 1 0 100 100 200 4 Instrumentation Optimal & Adaptive 2 EIC11 202 3 1 0 100 100 200 4 Control Theory 3 EIC11 203 Non-linear Systems 3 1 0 100 100 200 4 4 EIC11 204 Elective II 3 1 0 100 100 200 4 5 EIC11 205 Elective III 3 1 0 100 100 200 4 . Each student has to take up work assigned by the Head of the Department. 100 2 7 EIC11 107 (P) Seminar 0 0 2 100 . 1 EIC11 101 Applied 3 1 0 100 100 200 4 Mathematics 2 EIC11 102 Modern Control 3 1 0 100 100 200 4 Systems Advanced 3 EIC11 103 3 1 0 100 100 200 4 Instrumentation Discrete Data Control 4 EIC11 104 3 1 0 100 100 200 4 Systems 5 EIC11 105 Elective 1 3 1 0 100 100 200 4 6 EIC11 106 (P) Instrumentation lab 0 0 2 100 .

code 1 EIC11 301 Elective IV 3 1 0 100 100 200 4 2 EIC11 302 Elective V 3 1 0 100 100 200 4 EIC11 3 Industrial .6 EIC11 206 (P) Control System lab 0 0 2 100 . Each student has to take up the work assigned by the Head of the Department. . 100 2 TOTAL 15 5 4 700 500 1200 24 L-Lecture T-Tutorial P-Practical ICA-Internal Continuous Assessment ESE-End Semester Examination ELECTIVE II EIC11 204 (A) System Identification and Parameter Estimation EIC11 204 (B) Robotics System and Applications EIC11 204 (C) Mechatronics EIC11 204 (D) Switched Mode Power Converters ELECTIVE III EIC11 205 (A) Embedded Controllers in Real Time Systems EIC 11 205 (B) DSP and its Application EIC11 205 (C) Variable Structure Control Systems EIC11 205(D) Data Acquisition and Signal Conditioning Note: 6 hours/week is meant for departmental assistance by students. 50 1 303(P) Training* Guide EC EIC11 4 Master Research 304(P) 0 0 22 150 150 300 6 Project Phase I - TOTAL 6 2 22 550 200 750 15 *Industrial Training is for a minimum period of two weeks . 50 . 100 2 7 EIC11 207 (P) Seminar 0 0 2 100 . SEMESTER 3 Sl. . Course Hours/week Subject L T P ICA ESE Total Credits No.

Each student has to take up the work assigned by the Head of the Department. Note: 6 hours/week is meant for departmental assistance by students. SEMESTER 4 Sl. cod Subject Total Credits L T P Guide Committe Examine Voce e e r Master EIC11 Research 1 0 0 30 150 150 150 150 600 12 401 Project Phase II L-Lecture T-Tutorial P-Practical ICA-Internal Continuous Assessment ESE-End Semester Examination. Total credits for all semesters: 75 . Hours/week ICA ESE Course Evaluation External Viva No. L-Lecture T-Tutorial P-Practical ICA-Internal Continuous Assessment ESE-End Semester Examination EC-Evaluation Committee ELECTIVE IV EIC11 301 (A) Research Methodologies EIC11 301 (B) Robust Control EIC11 301 (C) Advanced topics in Control Systems EIC11 301 (D) Bio-sensors ELECTIVE V EIC11 302 (A) VLSI Architecture & Design Methodologies EIC11 302 (B) Soft Computing Techniques EIC11 302 (C) Industrial Instrumentation EIC11 302 (D) Optimal Estimation and Filtering Note: 6 hours/week is meant for departmental assistance by students. Each student has to take up the work assigned by the Head of the Department.

higher transition probabilities .Determination of higher transition probabilities .Parallel configuration .statistical principle of experimentation .Specifications of Stochastic Process .Transition matrix .Generalization of independent Bernoulli trails.Interval Estimation .Joint distributions.Exponential model in reliability .stationary process.Exponential model in life testing – Weibull model in life testing .Fitting of second degree curve . Markov – Bernoulli chain . MODULE 3 (14 Hours) Stochastic Process: Examples . Sampling distributions: Sampling distributions of mean and variance – Estimation .order of Markov chain .Multiple regression & multiple correlation.An r-out of n configuration .Point animation . MODULE 2 (14 Hours) Curve fitting: Method of least squares .Completely randomized design. Markov chains: Definition and examples .Log normal – Beta – Gama .Normal equations .=================================================== SEMESTER 1 =================================================== APPLIED MATHEMATICS (Common for EPS10 101 EIC11 101 EPE10 101&EIC11 101) Credits: 4 Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1 Objective Objective: To enable the students to apply probability and reliability theory in various electrical engineering problems MODULE 1 (13 Hours) Probability: Probability distributions – Binomial – Poisson – Normal – Uniform – Exponential – Weibull .Fitting of straight line .Correlations and regressions .Test of hypothesis.Stability of Markov system.Basic designs .Classification of states and chains . Design of experiments: Analysis of variance .Randomized block design.Correlated random walk .Curvilinear regression . MODULE 4 (13 Hours) Reliability: series configuration .Failure time distributions .

3. Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Qu Question 1 : 20 marks Qu Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Qu Question 7 : 20 marks Qu Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks . 2nd edition New age international publication- Chapter 2.3. seminars or a combination whichever suits best. End Semester Examination: 100 marks Pattern for the Question paper Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module.3.4.3.1.Probability and statistics in Engineering -6th edition.2. Pearson edition.Stochastic Process. Martin Shoo man.3. There will be a minimum of two tests per subject. The assessment details are to be announced at the beginning of the semester by the teacher.6 4.3.2. Mc Graw Hill-Probabilistic reliability An engineering Approach Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests.2. Medhi. Schupta and V.K. 2.Kapoor Fundamentals of statistics(Sultan Chand) 3. Miller & Freud's.2.1.5. assignments. J.3. REFERENCES: 1.3.

MODERN CONTROL SYSTEMS EIC11 102 Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1 Credits: 4 Objective This course is intended to introduce design using state space model.Feed forward controller design based on steady state models and dynamic models .Arbitrary placement of poles using state feed back for continuous and discrete systems using controllable canonical form and any other state model . system with uncertain parameters. New age International (P) Ltd.Selection of design and tuning parameters . sensitivity of a control system. Prentice Hall Inc. Model predictive control – Overview - Prediction for Single Input Single Output (SISO) models . design of robust PID controlled system. MODULE 2 (13 Hours) Introduction to optimal control . Prentice Hall Inc.Relationship between steady state and dynamic design methods .Ogata. 2. Discrete time control systems.Matrix Riccatti Equation .Design of full order and reduced order observers for implementing state feedback - Separation principle. Modern Control System Theory. MODULE 1 (14 Hours) Review of State space modeling and analysis.Set point calculations . control system optimization by the second method of Liapunov. Modern control Engineering.Linear Quadratic Gaussian (LQG) problem - Properties of Linear Quadratic Regulator (LQR) design .Different types of performance measures .Implementation of model predictive control. design considerations for robust control system.Configuration of feed forward control.Ogata.Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) models .State feedback and implementation. Text Books 1. K. M. MODULE 3 (14 Hours) Feed forward control – Introduction . basics of optimal control theory. K. MODULE 4 (13 Hours) Robust control system design-system sensitivities to parameter perturbation. controllability and observability concepts.Optimal observers . stability of uncertain systems.Linear quadratic regulator problem .Gopal. robust control and predictive control.LQG problem - Critique of LQG.Model predictive control calculations . Model-Reference control systems-design of controller. 3.Ratio control . .

C. seminars or a combination of all whichever suits best.B. Tannenbaum. There will be minimum of two tests per subject.Chen. 5. J. Thomas Kailath.T. 4. Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Qu Question 1 : 20 marks Qu Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Qu Question 7 : 20 marks Qu Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks .Doyle. Linear Systems.Holt Rinechart and Winston . Prentice Hall Inc.A. The assessment details are to be announced at the beginning of the semester by the teacher. New York. Richard.R. Prentice Hall Inc. Linear system theory and design. K.Dorf and R. Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests.Morris. 2.T Bishop. 4. Raymond Stefani. New York 1992. C. Academic Press 2001. REFERENCES 1. 3. Francis and A. 1984.Feedback control theory.C. assignments. Macmillan publishing Company. End semester Examination: 100 marks Pattern for the Question paper Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module. Bahram Shahian . Clemednt J Savant : Design of feedback Systems – Oxford University Press (2002). Modern Control System. Introduction to feedback control.

Also it gives an overview of data acquisition systems and virtual instrumentation. MODULE 1 (14 Hours) General concepts and terminology of measurement systems.Cable transmission of digital data – Fiber optic data transmission .Classification of instruments based on their order . .response of instruments to standard test input (Step . MODULE 4 (14 Hours) Historical perspective – Advantages . ADVANCED INSTRUMENTATION EIC11 103 Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1 Credits: 4 Objective This course provides an exposure to the students on characteristics of instruments.Metal resistance versus temperature devices . Engineered data acquisition and processing Systems .Least square calibration curves .Front panel . errors.Structures and Tunnels – Arrays – Clusters .Slip rings and rotary transformers. static and dynamic characteristics.Versatile modular system emphasizing analog signal processing .Design considerations of thermal sensors . standards and calibration.Effect of measurement error on quality control decision in manufacturing . MODULE 2 (12 Hours) Sensors.static sensitivity . .Computer aided experimentation .Resistance temperature detectors .Design of transmitters.Instrument inter connection systems .Plotting data.Sensor based computerized data system .Introduction to transmitters .Graphical programming in data flow .Calibration accuracy - installed accuracy .Software environment . MODULE 3 (14 Hours) Cable transmission of analog voltage and current signals . sensors and transmitters.Characteristics of thermistor and thermocouple . Thermal sensors .Block diagram and architecture of a virtual instrument – Data flow techniques .Block diagram – Palettes – Loops .Comparison with conventional programming .Synchro position repeater systems .Smart and intelligent transmitters .Radio telemetry .Conditional description of the computer system.Computer aided calibration and measurement -Generalized Mathematical modeling of instruments . Introduction to Lab VIEW .Two wire and four wire transmitters .Development of virtual Instrument using Graphical User Interface (GUI).Impulse. ramp) -frequency response studies.

2. 1997. Principles of Measurement Systems. Lisa K. Prentice Hall. 3. LabVIEW for everyone. seminars or a combination of all whichever suits best. Curtis D. Fifth Edition. REFERENCES 1. Bentley. Second edition. 3. Edgar. Text Books 1.Application and Design. wells & Jeffrey Travis. U. End semester Examination: 100 marks Pattern for the Question paper Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module. Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests. New York. Measurement Systems . 2. Process Control Instrumentation Technology. Addison Wesley Longman Ltd. John P. McGraw Hill. E. Melli Champ. Pearson Prentice Hall. 2011. Eighth Edition. Thomas F. 2005. Dale E. assignments. Third Edition. Gary Johnson. The assessment details are to be announced to students’ right at the beginning of the semester by the teacher. New Jersey. LabVIEW Graphical Programming. Process Dynamics and Control. Doebelin.. O. Johnson.K. There will be minimum of two tests per subject.Tata Mc- Graw-Hill International Edition.. Second Edition. Duncan A. 2011. 2000. Seborg. New York. Wiley-India. Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Qu Question 1 : 20 marks Qu Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Qu Question 7 : 20 marks Qu Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks .

PI.State observers .Digital Controllers .Jury’s stability test and extension of Routh’s stability criterion to discrete systems .Parallel programming . MODULE 2 (16 Hours) Review of stability analysis in z-plane .System time response - Realization of pulse transfer functions (Digital Controllers) .Pulse transfer function with dead time .Frequency response specifications - Nyquist stability criterion in the z.Solution of difference equations - Pulse transfer function .Ladder programming. Observable Canonical Form (OCF).Diagonal/ Jordan Canonical forms from transfer function .transforms and inverse z.State space representation of discrete time systems .Effect of sampling period on transient response specifications .Steady state error analysis .Construction of root loci .plane . .Solution of linear time invariant discrete time state equations - Discretization of continuous time space equation.Sampling process . MODULE 3 (14 Hours) State Space analysis of digital control systems .Transfer function from state model .Typical examples .Design via pole placement .Direct programming - Standard programming .Series programming.Condition for controllability and observability . lead.Zero and first order hold .Design of lag compensator and lead compensator based on root locus and Bode plot approaches.Review of z. PD & PID Controllers - Lag. and lag-lead compensators . MODULE 1 (12 Hours) Introduction to discrete time control system . Diagonal Canonical Form (DCF)/ Jordan Canonical Form (JCF) using transformation matrix.Transient and steady state response analysis .transforms .Transient response specifications.Condition for arbitrary pole placement .Block diagram of a digital control system .State feedback .Data reconstruction and hold circuits . DISCRETE DATA CONTROL SYSTEMS EIC11 104 Credits: 4 Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1 Objective To study the analysis and design of digital control systems-classical and advanced design methods for digital control system.Design of full order state observer. MODULE 4 (12 Hours) Concept of controllability and observability for a linear time invariant discrete time control system .Representing state models in Combinatorial Canonical Form (CCF).

Discrete time control systems. Charles L. Digital Control and State Variable Methods.. C. seminars or a combination of all whichever suits best. C. J. Gopal.F. Prentice Hall. The assessment details are to be announced to students’ right at the beginning of the semester by the teacher. Digital control Systems. 3.L.B. Digital Control Systems. Ogata. Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests. Prentice Hall. Philip and Troy Nagle. 2. 3.Houpis and G.D. End semester Examination: 100 marks Pattern for the Question paper Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module. REFERENCES 1. Mc Graw Hill.Franklin.Lamont. Adison- Wesley Longman Inc. B.Menlo park. PHI. Digital Control of Dynamic Systems. 2. and M. There will be minimum of two tests per subject. Digital Control Systems. G. Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Qu Question 1 : 20 marks Qu Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Qu Question 7 : 20 marks Qu Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks .H. M. Text Books 1. Kuo.Workman.Powell. assignments. Tata McGraw Hill. K.

Relative.SCADA architecture .Stability norms .Direct digital control .Response to disturbances .Communication facilities .Redundancy concept .Calculation of gain analysis .H2 / H∞ Theory .Real time specifications and design techniques .Interaction and decoupling .LCU .Distributed control . DCS: Introduction .LCU languages .Robust stability . MODULE 2 (13 hours) Programmable logic controllers . MODULE 3 (15 hours) SCADA: Introduction .Inter task communication and synchronization .Detailed study of one model.Process interfacing issues .Programming aspects .Sequential function charts - Man.Singular values .Basic expressions for MIMO systems .DCS Architecture .Hardware details .Ladder programming . ELECTIVE 1 COMPUTER CONTROLLED SYSTEMS EIC11 105(A) Credits: 4 Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1 Objective Giving an exposure to the students on different types of controllers and their implementations.Supervision and control .PC based automation.Displays .Organization.Local Control Unit (LCU) architecture .Human Machine Interface (HMI) .Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) and Supervisory Stations .Effects of interaction . Computer based control techniques are also discussed.I/O.CPU- Standards .Trends in SCADA .Real time memory management - Supervisory control . MODULE 4 (12 hours) Real time systems . MODULE 1 (14 hours) Multivariable control . .Security Issues.machine interface . Different communication protocols- Common system components .Power supply .Configuration of DCS .Real time kernels .Decoupling system norms – Robustness .

1985. R.. There will be minimum of two tests per subject. 2002. McGraw Hill Book Company.C. Be. 2. Stuart A. Deon Reynders : Practical Modern SCADA Protocols: DNP3. Oxford. .1999. Real Time Systems: An Engineer. Springer. Singapore. 60870. REFERENCES 1. Multivariable computer-controlled systems: a transfer function approach. Digital Control systems. Houpis and Gary B.s Handbook. 2006. Shinskey F. seminars or a combination of all whichever suits best. 4.langer P.G. New Delhi. Prentice Hall of India Pvt.. Text Books 1. Control Engineering: A Modern Approach. Laplante P. T.. Constantine H. USA.5 and Related Systems.R.A. Modern Control Systems. 1988. Instrument Society of America Publications. 4.USA. 1995. The assessment details are to be announced to students’ right at the beginning of the semester by the teacher. Addison Wesley Longman Inc. assignments.. 2004. Bernhard P. Newnes Publications. UK. Lampe. 3. Singapore..Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition. Dorf. Process control systems: application. Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests. Saunders College Publishing.. End semester Examination: 100 marks Pattern for the Question paper Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module. 3. 2. McGraw Hill International Edition. and Bishop R. Boyer: SCADA. Lamont. 1999. Ltd. Efim Rosenwasser. Design and Tuning. Gordon Clarke.

Ethernet LAN – Ethernet frame structure .3) .OSI Model . MODULE 1 (12 Hours) Traffic characterization and services .Virtual circuits - Routing algorithm (Bellman Ford.Architecture and media access protocols – Hubs – Bridges – Switches – PPP – ATM .Error detection .Wired and wireless methods and fiber optics .Remote Terminal Unit (RTU).5 & FDDI) .Communication Network .Open standard communication protocols.Wireless LAN.Connectionless transport .IEEE 802.Ethernet (IEEE 802.Physical interface and protocols.Token rings (IEEE 802. Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Qu Question 1 : 20 marks Qu Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Qu Question 7 : 20 marks Qu Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks DATA COMMUNICATIONS EIC11 105(B) Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1 Credits: 4 Objective Giving an exposure to the students on characteristics of communication network and to develop an idea about the industrial networks.Reliable transmission .Network layer addressing - Hierarchical addresses -Address resolution – Services – Datagram .The physical layer -Theoretical basis for data communication .Address resolution protocol . MODULE 2 (14 hours) The transport layer . .Circuit switched and packet switched networks. Dijkstra) MODULE 3 (14 hours) Direct link Networks: Framing .SCADA Communication: various industrial communication technologies .Protocol layers and services . Intelligent Electronic Devices (IED) .Single unified standard architecture -IEC 61850 .Network layer series and routing . MODULE 4 (14 hours) Introduction to industrial networks – SCADA networks .Internet protocol (IP) .SCADA Server - SCADA/HMI Systems .Signaling and modulation – Multiplexing - Transmission media .Concept of LAN .UDP – TCP .11 LAN’s .Virtual circuit switched networks .Multiple access protocols .Congestion control .

Siyan. 3. Andrew S. 1999. USA. 2004. REFERENCES 1. Addison-Wesley. Raimond Pigan. 2008. There will be minimum of two tests per subject. 1998. Prentice Hall India. Newnes Publications.An engineering approach to computer networking. Pearson Education. Automating with PROFINET: Industrial Communication Based on Industrial Ethernet. 60870. Vol. Prentice Hall. Tata Mc Graw Hill.. Communication networks. seminars or a combination of all whichever suits best. Public Publishing. 3rd edition. Alberto. Deon Reynders: Practical Modern SCADA Protocols: DNP3.. Fourth Edition. assignments.5 and Related Systems. Garcia. Karanjith S. Oxford. 2003. Boyer: SCADA-Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition. Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests. Techmedia. 3. . 4. The assessment details are to be announced to students’ right at the beginning of the semester by the teacher. Computer networking A Top down Approach featured internet.Text Books 1. 1999 2. Leon. Computer Networks.Keith W Ross. 1. UK. 1999. Keshav. Tannebaum. Inside TCP/IP. 2. 5. 2003. End semester Examination: 100 marks Pattern for the Question paper Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module. and Wadjaja. Indra. Instrument Society of America Publications. Douglas E comer. Mark Metter. 4. James F Kurose. Inter networking with TCP/IP. Gordon Clarke. Stuart A. .

Conjugate gradient - Quasi Newton and DFE method.Pattern search and Rosen Brock’s hill climbing method .Continuous dynamic programming.Penalty function method(Interior and exterior) - Principle of optimality .Interpolation methods(Quadratic.Simplex method .Duality and Dual simplex method - Sensitivity analysis. MODULE 2 (14Hours) Unconstrained dimensional optimization techniques: Necessary and sufficient conditions - Search methods(unrestricted Fibonacci and golden) .Equality and inequality constraints . EPE10 105 (C).Random search .Cutting plane method .Genetic Algorithm -Particle Swarm Optimization – Ant colony Optimization . MODULE 3 (14 Hours) Constrained optimization techniques & dynamic programming: Necessary and sufficient conditions . MODULE 1 (13Hours) Linear programming: Statement and classification of optimization problems overview of optimization techniques standard form of linear programming problems .Steepest descent . MODULE 4 (13Hours) Recent developments in optimization techniques: Rosen brocks Rotating Coordinate Method - Tabu search-Simulated Annealing .Recurrence relation .Kuhn-Tacker conditions -Gradient projection method . Cubic and direct root method) . EIC11 105(C) CEH10 105(C) & EIC11 105(C ) Credits: 4 Objective To apply different optimization techniques to both linear and non-linear systems.Bees Algorithm. REFERENCES: . Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Question 1 : 20 marksQ Question 3 : 20 marksQ Question 5 : 20 marksQ Question 7 : 20 marks Q Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES (Common for EPS10 105 (C).Definitions and theorems .Direct search methods .Computation procedure .Descent methods .Revised simplex method .

pp. Bazaara &Shetty. 1969 3. Genetic Algorithm in Search. 8. Anchorage. Reading. pp. 69-73. Volume 26. Goldberg. 29-41.. Pierre. 1971.1996. Optimization. Eberhart.A. May 1998 Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests. Addition Welsey.'Optimisation:Theory and Application'. 1989. seminars or a combination of all whichever suits best. 7.Wiley Eastern Press. R. Fox. Addition Wesley. R. ‘Non-linear Programming’. Shi. 6. ‘Linear Programming’.E.G. AK. Proceedings of the IEEE International conference on Evolutionary Computation. Marco Dorigo. 1. ‘Optimisation Theory with Applications’ John Wiley & Sons. “A Modified Particle Swarm Optimizer”.. and Machine Learning. Y. assignments..1978 2. Vittorio Miniezza and Alberto Colorni “Ant System:Optimization by a colony of Cooperation Agents” IEEE transaction on system man and Cybernetics-Part B:cybernetics. D. The assessment details are to be announced to students’ right at the beginning of the semester by the teacher. 1962.S. No 1. End semester Examination: 100 marks Pattern for the Question paper Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module.L. MA: Addison-Wesly.C. 5. ‘Optimisation method for Engineering Design’. Hadely. 4. D. Rao S. Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Qu Question 1 : 20 marks Qu Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Qu Question 7 : 20 marks Qu Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks . There will be minimum of two tests per subject.

Genetic material-nucleotides-orientation-Base pairing-Central dogma-Gene structure and information content-Promotor sequences-genetic code-open reading frames-Introns and Exons – Protein Structure and functions-primary and secondary- Data searches and Pairwise Alignments-Dynamic Programming-Needle Man and Wunsch . MODULE 1 (14 Hours) Review of human physiology .Measurement of Heart Rate-Pulse Rate. MODULE 2 (14 Hours) General Considerations for signal conditioners. different imaging technology and gives an idea about bioinformatics.Biomedical signal analysis techniques-FFT – Signal Processing techniques-Effects of artifacts on ECG recordings-Computerized analysis of EEG—Frequency/Amplitude analysis-Display format-Compressed Spectral Array(CSA)- Frequency Response and Damping Adjustment of systolic and diastolic blood pressure- Cardiac Arrhythmias – Arrhythmia Monitor.ray Machine.Cardiovascular System – Respiratory System and Nervous System.Blood Pressure monitoring systems. Also the course highlights the computerized analysis of bio signals. QRS detection algorithm.Electro physiology.Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI/NMR) System-principle.processing. ECG QRS Detection and analysis – Power spectrum of ECG.Multichannel wireless telemetry system-Telemetry of ECG & Respiration.Bioelectric signals–origin –Resting and Action potentials- Propagation of Action Potential-Biomedical Recorders-ECG –EEG and EMG.X.Patient Safety-Electric shock hazards-Effects of Electric current on the human body-Electrophysiology of ventricular Fibrillation-Electrical Safety analyzer. MODULE 3 (13 Hours) Modern Imaging Systems.Imaging sequences-basic NMR components- Advantages and Limitations of MRI .Single channel systems.Computerized Tomography (CT) –basic principle- system components.X– rays – Basis of diagnostic radiology.scanning .ECG telemetry system.Ultrasonic imaging – Ultrasonic waves – Basic pulse echo-A Scanner MODULE 4 (13 Hours) Concepts of Bio informatics. BIO MEDICAL EIC11 105(D) INSTRUMENTATION Credits: 4 Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1 Objective This course imparts knowledge about origin of bioelectric signals and deals with different systems in human body.nature -production and visualization of X-rays.Biomedical telemetry. viewing and storage unit. ST- segment analyzer-ST Arrhythmia Algorithm-Data Compression and Processing of the ECG signal by AZTEC (Amplitude-Zone-Time-Epoch-Coding).

TMH.E. 3. Krane. 3. Raymer . Leslie Cromwell.A Beginners Guide. K.BLAST and FASTA. S. Prentice Hall of India. Introduction to Biomedical Equipment Technology. New Delhi. Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Qu Question 1 : 20 marks Qu Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Qu Question 7 : 20 marks Qu Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks . Text Books 1. Joseph J Carr & John M Brown. End semester Examination: 100 marks Pattern for the Question paper Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module. Pfeiffer. “Handbook of Biomedical Instrumentation”. 2006. Fred J. The assessment details are to be announced to students’ right at the beginning of the semester by the teacher. seminars or a combination of all whichever suits best.Waterman algorithm-Data Base Searches. assignments.Multiple Sequence Alignments. Dan . Michael L. Khandpur R. Attuwood & D J Pary Smith. Pearson Education. Bioinformatics . 2. Claverie & Notredame. Pearson Education. Wiley-Dreamtech India. Weibell and Erich A. 2. Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurements. 2/e. Algorithm-Global and Local Alignment-The Smith. There will be minimum of two tests per subject. Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests. Introduction to Bioinformatics.Fundamental Concepts of Bioinformatics REFERENCES 1. T.

Temperature dynamics . LABVIEW etc. Experiments based on curve fitting – for analysis of measured data . monitoring and analysing the data using special software such as MATLAB. Load line analysis of electrical circuits . Development and Implementation of FFT Spectral analysis . Data Acquisition Systems • Experiments based on signal processing .Virtual Instrumentation . Develop database of different measured parameters . processing. Zero crossing detection – Simulation • Data analysis experiments . INSTRUMENTATION LAB: Credits: 2 EIC11 106(P) Hours/week: 2 Objective Familiarizing the students about measuring. • Experiments based on LabVIEW . Design and response of lowpass filters . Find unknown data using Least squares method . Analysis of measured temperature data . Data sorting obtained from measurements . Prediction of traffic flow rate from a measured data base .

To monitor the flight of an instrumented rocket . Modeling of non-linear pendulum and to plot its response . Positioning a robot arm. Design of instrumentation to measure aortic pressure and also to plot the aortic pressure response . Dynamics of liquid in a tank – animation • Data monitoring experiments . Response of a biomedical instrument • Level / Flow processing experiments .SIMULINK Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks  Regularity – 10%  Lab Practical & Record – 40% . • Biomedical Instrumentation experiments . Hydraulic resistance curve / flow rate Vs volume curve . Essential Software required – LabVIEW / MATLAB . Optimization of an irrigation channel . Hydraulic cylinder simulation . Modeling of bacteria growth . Measurements of force and deflection in a cantilever beam • Robotics experiments . Earthquake resistant building design – measuring natural frequencies of oscillation . Computation of arm angle resolution for three knot points – path of a robot’s hand . Computation of time to reach a specified height • Measurements and Instrumentation . Distance travelled by a piston in an internal combustion engine .

presentation skill. Also to augment the skill of technical report writing. Internal continuous assessment marks are awarded based on the relevance of the topic.Tech course syllabus and give a seminar on that topic for about 30 minutes. quality of the report and interaction by other students. One copy shall be returned to the student after duly certifying it by the Chairman of the assessing committee and the other will be kept in the departmental library.  Test – 50% EIC11 107(P) SEMINAR Credits: 2 Hours/week: 2 Objective This course is intended to assess the technical presentation capability of the students. Individual students are required to choose a topic of their interest related to Instrumentation and Control systems preferably from outside the M. A committee consisting of at least three faculty members (preferably specialized in Instrumentation and Control Systems) shall assess the presentation of the seminar and award marks to the students. Each student shall submit two copies of a write up of his seminar topic. Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks .

control parameter range.Theoretical models . Control of nonlinear . process equation.control of nonlinear systems with significant actuator dynamics. nonlinear control of multi variable systems with input or output constraints. MODULE 2 (13 Hours) Introduction to Nonlinear process control -Model Reference Nonlinear Controller (MRNC)- MRNC incorporating integral and derivative actions.Introduction to Process control and process instrumentation - Hierarchies in process control systems . MODULE 4 (14 Hours) Advanced process control . MODULE 3 (13 Hours) Introduction to controller characteristics-process characteristics. different types of processes. MODULE 1 (14 Hours) Process Modeling . error.Multi-loop and multivariable control – Process Interactions - . controllers. floating control mode. Parallel cascade control of non-minimum phase systems with input multiplicities. process lag. control system parameters. non minimum phase systems with input multiplicities. process load. problems. cycling.=================================================== SEMESTER 2 =================================================== PROCESS CONTROL EIC11 201 INSRUMENTATION Credits: 4 Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1 Objective After this course the students are expected to get an idea about modeling of measuring systems. parallel cascade control of nonlinear systems. dead time. Advanced process control techniques are also discussed. multiposition mode.State space models . composite controller modes. discontinuous controller modes.Time series models . control lag.MRNC for systems with relative order two or higher.Transfer function . two-position modes. variable range.Development of empirical models from process data - Chemical reactor modeling . self-regulation. Series cascade control of nonlinear systems. Control of nonlinear systems with actuator delay. continuous controller modes. controller modes.

Singular value analysis-Tuning of multi loop PID control systems-Decoupling control. 1990. Process control: modeling. Doebelin. 4. Design and Tuning (3rd Edition) McGrawHill Book Co.A. 1996. Johnson D Curtis. Wayne Bequette. Sherman. assignments. (Ed). 3. and D. 3. The assessment details are to be announced to students’ right at the beginning of the semester by the teacher. D. REFERENCES 1. F. Process Control. Text Books 1. Process Dynamics and Control. Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests. and simulation Prentice Hall PTR. R. Ernest O. Mellichamp. End semester Examination: 100 marks Pattern for the Question paper Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module. design. McGraw Hill International Editions. Instrument Society of America.E. New Age International. Seborg. New Age International (P) limited publishers New Delhi 2. There will be minimum of two tests per subject.. Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Qu Question 1 : 20 marks Qu Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Qu Question 7 : 20 marks Qu Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks . 4.E. Shinskey. 2. seminars or a combination of all whichever suits best. 1988.Nonlinear Process Control. Process Conrol Systems: Applications. B.. Instrumentation Technology. John Wiley 2004.G. Chidambaram M . K. T. 2007. Krishnaswamy. (7th Edition) Prentice Hall India.F. 2011. Edgar. Measurement system Application and Design. Analytical instrumentation. 2003.

The need for MRAS .Discrete linear regulator problem - Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman equation . MODULE 2 (14 Hours) Necessary conditions for optimal control using Hamiltonian – Different boundary condition equations for solving the optimal control problem – Closed loop control for linear regulator problem .Mathematical description of MRAS . adaptive control problem and different solution methods.State inequality constraints .Recurrence relation of dynamic programming – Curse of dimensionality .Continuous linear regulator problem.Performance measures for optimal control problems – General form of performance measure .An over view of adaptive control systems .Minimum time problems .Design hypothesis - Equivalent representation of MRAS. MODULE 3 (13 Hours) Dynamic programming .Application to multi stage decision making – Application to optimal control problem – Need for interpolation . . OPTIMAL AND ADAPTIVE CONTROL THEORY EIC11 202 Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1 Credits: 4 Objective The course aims to give an overview of the optimal control problem.Extremal of functional with dependent functions .Extremal of functionals of several independent functions – Various boundary condition equations - Piecewise-smooth extremals . MODULE 4 (13 Hours) Model Reference Adaptive systems (MRAS) .Linear tracking problem – Pontryagin’s minimum principle .Fundamental concepts and theorems of calculus of variations – Function and functional – Extremal of functionals of a single function .Minimum control effort problems.Principle of optimality .Euler . MODULE 1(14 Hours) Open loop and closed loop form of optimal control.Lagrange equation and solution.

S.1981. Mc Graw Hill. seminars or a combination of all whichever suits best. 23. . assignments. Kirk. Optimal Control Theory. 1978. Vol. 1982..D.. Proc. 3.K. O. Design of Variable Structure Model Following Control Systems. 2. 2.P. Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Qu Question 1 : 20 marks Qu Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Qu Question 7 : 20 marks Qu Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks . Modern Control. No. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control.D.. Principles and Applications.E.I. Vol. K. IEE. pp 1079-1085. EI-Ghezawi and S. Prentice Hall..A. The assessment details are to be announced to students’ right at the beginning of the semester by the teacher. Adaptive Control (Model Reference Approach). REFERENCES 1. Yoan D. There will be minimum of two tests per subject.Young. An introduction. Multivariable variable structure adaptive model following control systems. Prentice Hall Inc. Optimum Systems Control. End semester Examination: 100 marks Pattern for the Question paper Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module.M. Text Books 1. A. Zinobar. Billings. Donald E. Marcel Dekker. Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests. Pt.Sage. A. pp 6-12. Landu. 129. 3. 2004.1. HSU and Meyer.

Lyapunonv redesign .Model controller .Simultaneous Lyapunov functions .Perturbation techniques.Lyapunov stability .Model reference adaptive control harmonic linearization and describing function method. .Periodic orbits . NONLINEAR SYSTEMS Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1 EIC11 203 Credits: 4 Objective: Giving an exposure to the students on characteristics.L2 stability.L stability of state models .Dual input describing function .Study of sub-harmonic oscillations .Analysis of systems with piecewise constant inputs using phase plane analysis .back stepping .Invariance theorems .Region of attraction .Filter hypothesis .Direct method of Lyapunov - Generation of Lyapunov function for linear and nonlinear systems .Sliding mode control .Input output stability . stability of nonlinear systems and addresses the analysis of feedback systems.Stabilization - Regulation via integral control .Singular perturbation model . MODULE 3 (15 Hours) Lyapunov based design .Gain scheduling .Centre manifold theorem .Variable gradient method .Local stability .Nonlinear Damping . MODULE 2 (15 Hours) Lyapunov Stabilty and Design: Stability of Nonlinear Systems .Stability of periodic solutions .Analysis of feedback systems . MODULE 4 (12 Hours) Feedback Control and Feedback Stabilization .Stabilization .Feedback linearization .Slow and fast manifolds.Integral control.Describing function of standard nonlinearities.Classification of equilibrium points .State feedback control .Input state linearization .Limit cycles .Local linearization and stability in the small .Study of limit cycles (amplitude and frequency) using SIDF.Input output linearization .Circle criterion - Popov criterion .Robust stabilization .Correction on describing functions.Adaptive control . MODULE 1 (12 Hours) Introduction and classical techniques: Characteristics of nonlinear systems .L stability .Harmonic linearization .

End semester Examination: 100 marks Pattern for the Question paper Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module. Prentice . Van Der schaft. Jean Levine. Hassan K Khalil. Springer 2009 Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests. 1995. Springer Verlag. “Nonlinear Dynamic control Systems”. Springer Verlag New York. There will be minimum of two tests per subject. S. “Nonlinear Systems”.J. 1990. Text Books 1.LI. “Introduction to Applied Nonlinear Dynamical Systems and chaos”. REFERENCES 1. Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Qu Question 1 : 20 marks Qu Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Qu Question 7 : 20 marks Qu Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks . New York. 2. 1991. 3. “Multiple input Describing function and Nonlinear System Design”.Hall International (UK) 1996. “Nonlinear Control systems”. Analysis and Control of Nonlinear system. A Isidori. MC Graw Hill 1968. assignments. 2. Springer Verlag Berlin 1990. Hall. The assessment details are to be announced to students’ right at the beginning of the semester by the teacher. Engloe wood New Jersey. 4. “Applied Nonlinear Control Practice”. 3. H. Wiggins. seminars or a combination of all whichever suits best. Arther E Gelb & Vender Velde. Slotine & W. Nijmeijer & A.

Transient response analysis – Frequency response analysis. Linear time varying models.Recursive method - Recursive forms of least squares .Prediction error and pseudo linear regression methods.experiment design.Prediction error approach – Basic theorem – Expressions for asymptotic variance – Frequency domain expressions for asymptotic variance – Correlation approach – Use and relevance . ELECTIVE II SYSTEM IDENTIFICATION AND PARAMETER ESTIMATION EIC11 204(A) Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1 Credits: 4 Objective Understanding and analysis of systems and models-model estimation methods-parameter estimation.Correlation methods .Nonlinear state space models- Nonlinear black box models .Fourier analysis. MODULE 3 (15 hours) Conditions of data set – Prediction error approach – Consistency and identifiability – Linear time invariant models .Linear regression and least squares – Computing gradients – Two stage and multi stage methods local solutions and initial values – Subspace methods .State space models – Distributed parameter models – Model sets structures and identifiability – Identifiability of some model structures – Models of time varying and nonlinear systems.Linear models and sets of linear models.Spectral analysis – Estimating disturbance spectrum – Parameter estimation methods – Guiding principles – Minimizing prediction errors – Linear regressions and least squares method. MODULE 2 (13 Hours) Nonparametric time and frequency domain methods. MODULE 1 (13 Hours) Models of linear time invariant systems.Computing the estimate. . MODULE 4 (13 Hours) General Considerations – Informative experiments – Input design and open loop experiments – Closed loop identification –Approaches –Optimal experiment design – Choice of sampling interval – Preprocessing of data – Drifts de-trending – Outliers and missing data – Selecting segments of data and merging experiments.Statistical framework for parameter estimation and maximum likelihood estimation.

1983 REFERENCES 1. End semester Examination: 100 marks Pattern for the Question paper Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module. assignments. Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Qu Question 1 : 20 marks Qu Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Qu Question 7 : 20 marks Qu Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks . System Identification Theory for the User. New York. System Identification And Modelling of Systems. Prentice Hall Inc. Lennart Ljung. Parameter Estimation: Marcel Dekker Inc. 1980 Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests. There will be minimum of two tests per subject. Sinha N K . seminars or a combination of all whichever suits best. Text Books 1. Harold W Sorensen. The assessment details are to be announced to students’ right at the beginning of the semester by the teacher. Kuztsa. 1999 2.

sensing and vision system of robots.Inverse dynamics control.Newton-Euler equations of motion- Derivation for two link planar robot arm as example. .Inverse kinematics of position-Translational and rotational velocities -Velocity transformations- Manipulator jacobian -Forward and inverse kinematics of velocity-Singularities of robot motion-Static forces-Transformations of velocities and static forces -Joint and end effect or force/torque transformations MODULE 3 (15 Hours) Manipulator Dynamics. MODULE 2 (13 Hours) Link coordinate frames. MODULE 1 (13 Hours) Robot definition .Joint and end-effector Cartesian space-Forward kinematics transformations of position.Low level vision - High level vision.Force and torque sensors .Trajectory planning.Robot Programming languages-Introduction to Intelligent Robots-Robots in manufacturing automation.Denavit-Hartenberg convention . MODULE 4 (13 Hours) Robot Sensing and Vision Systems – Sensors .Position definitions .Joint space-based motion planning .Rotations and relative motion .Feed- forward control .Homogeneous transformations. ROBOTICS SYSTEM AND ITS EIC11 204(B) APPLICATIONS Credits: 4 Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1 Objective Impart students with the fundamental of Robotics-mechanics of robot motion-dynamics of robots.Robot classification .Free vectors- Translations.Model properties .Control- Lagrangian formulation.Cartesian space-based path planning-Independent joint control .Coordinate frames .Robotic system components – Notations .Different orientation descriptions .Transformations of acceleration.

There will be minimum of two tests per subject. Murphy.. Gray J. 1987. 1995. Groover Mikell P. Robotics: Control. Caldwell(Ed). 2. Vol. Text Books 1. Springer Verlag. Modelling & Control of Robot Manipulators. N. M.G. R.. Production Systems & Computer Integrated manufacturing.S.C. John J.. REFERENCES 1. 2nd Edition. The assessment details are to be announced to students’ right at the beginning of the semester by the teacher. B. 1996. Industrial Robotics. L. MIT Press. Lee. MIT Press. Robin R. assignments. 4.A.S. 2008.. R. Craig. Sensing. Sciavicco. . 3. UK. “An introduction to AI Robotics”. 2000. 1996. Fu. McGrawHill.O. 5. seminars or a combination of all whichever suits best. 1986. Robotics & Image Processing. 3.. Oliver Brock. Pearson Education. 2nd Edition. IV. 2. End semester Examination: 100 marks Pattern for the Question paper Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module. McGraw-Hill. Mikell P. 1989.N.G. 4. Odrey. Siciliano. 2009. Nagel. Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests. Jeff Trinkle and Fabio Ramos. Tata McGrawHill. The Institution of Electrical Engineers. Automation. Janakiraman. D. Gonzalez.G. P. C. Advanced Robotics & Intelligent machines. Vision & Intelligence. Weiss.. Introduction to Robotics: Mechanics & Control. Robotics-Science and Systems. Prentice hall India. Groover. K..

AC motors- Feedback devices-Encoders.Classification of NC systems- Point to point and contouring systems.- Counting devices-Flip Flops. counters. CNC software interpolator-Flow of data in NC machines.Part Programming examples-Point to point programming and simple contour programming.tab sequential.Special tool holders. resolvers.Characteristics of end of arm tooling. numerical control machine tools. MODULE 4 (14 Hours) Industrial Robotics: Basic concepts.Computer aided programming. part programming and robotics. Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Q Question 1 : 20 marks Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Question 7 : 20 marks Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks MECHATRONICS EIC11 204(C) Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1 Credits: 4 Objective Providing knowledge on the fundamentals of mechatronics. MODULE 3 (13 Hours) NC Part programming: Manual Programming-Concepts-tape formats. stepping motors.Robot drives. Inductosyn. Interpolation. tachometers. Fundamentals of numerical control-advantages of NC systems.APT programming-Part programming examples.Mechatronics in products-Scope of Mechatronics. Repeatability and accuracy of manipulator.linear interpolator-circular interpolators. proximity .Fundamentals of machining-Design consideration of NC machine tools-Methods of improving machine accuracy and productivity. DC motors.Sensors-Tactile.Robotics and automation. digital to analog converters.Mechatronics in manufacturing.Industrial application.Concepts – Post processor programming languages.Specification of Robots- Resolution. pulse digitizers.Classification of Robots.fixed block word address and variable block formats. MODULE 1 (14 Hours) Introduction to Mechatronics.NC and CNC – Incremental and absolute systems-Open loop and closed loop systems-features of NC machine tools. MODULE 2 (13 Hours) System devices: System drives-hydraulic systems. decoders.

Michael B. REFERENCES 1. W. 2. sensing. assignments. Prentice Hall of India.Lead through programming. 2009. Khanna Publishers. 2. Yoram Koren.Textual programming- Programming languages . Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Qu Question 1 : 20 marks Qu Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Qu Question 7 : 20 marks Qu Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks .On line and offline programming. seminars or a combination of all whichever suits best. Industrial Robots-Technology. The assessment details are to be announced to students’ right at the beginning of the semester by the teacher.Intelligent Robots. Text Books 1. and range sensors.velocity sensors. Mechatronics: A multidisciplinary approach (4th edition). Computer Control of Manufacturing Systems. 2011. There will be a minimum of two tests per subject.Bolton. Mc Graw Hill. McGrawHill.contact and non-contact sensors. McGrawHill. vision and intelligence. 3. Introduction to Mechatronics and measurement systems. Groover. Michel P. Robotics-Control. David Alciatore.S. Fu K. End semester Examination: 100 marks Pattern for the Question paper Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module. Numerical Control of machine tools.Histand. Gonzales et al. Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests. Programming and Applications. Amazone Publishers.touch and slip sensors- Force and torque sensors. Yoram Koren and Ben Yuri. 3.Programming.

Basic operation – Waveforms .Voltage mode control principles. MODULE 2 (14 Hours) Voltage Mode Control of SMPS .Loop gain and stability considerations .Basic operation – Waveforms .Clamped voltage topologies – Resonant DC Link inverters with zero voltage switching – High frequency link integral half cycle converter. Boost. MODULE 1 (14 Hours) Review of Buck.Modes of operation -Voltage mode control principles. Push-pull and forward converter .Basic operation – Waveforms . MODULE 4 (13 Hours) Introduction to resonant converters – Classification of resonant converters – Basic resonant circuit concepts – Load resonant converters – Resonant switch converters – Zero voltage switching .Error amplifier transfer function – Tran conductance error amplifiers.Modes of operation .Modes of operation - Transformer design .Slope compensation.Circuit averaging and averaged switch modeling – Modeling of pulse width modulator. MODULE 3 (13 Hours) Modeling of SMPS .Voltage mode control principles. SWITCHED MODE POWER EIC11 204(D) CONVERTERS Credits: 4 (Common for EPE10 202 &EIC11 204(D)) Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1 Objective To acquaint the students with working.Modes of operation . Buck-Boost topologies . . analysis and modelling of different types of converters.Current mode versus voltage mode control of SMPS – Current mode deficiencies .Voltage mode control principles. Current mode control of SMPS – Current mode control advantages .Shaping the error amplifier gain versus frequency characteristics . Half and full Bridge Converters .Basic operation – Waveforms .Basic AC modeling approach – Modeling of non ideal fly back converter - State space averaging – Basic state space averaged model – State space averaging of non ideal buck boost converter . Fly back converter .

Applications And Design . Power Electronics:Converters. The assessment details are to be announced to students’ right at the beginning of the semester by the teacher. CRC Taylor Francis Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests. John Wiley & Sons 2 Abraham I Pressman . End semester Examination: 100 marks Pattern for the Question paper Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module. Li Zhang. Erickson . Chapman & Hall Publishers 4 William Shepherd. Fundamental of Power Electronics . Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Qu Question 1 : 20 marks Qu Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Qu Question 7 : 20 marks Qu Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks . seminars or a combination of all whichever suits best. W. Power Converter Circuits. assignments. Switching Power Supply Design . McGraw-Hill Publishing Company 3 R. There will be minimum of two tests per subject. REFERENCES 1 Ned Mohan.

Assembly language programming and C programming. its architecture.Addressing modes.Software and hardware development tools.PWM – Interfacing .Timers – Memory.Dynamic allocation-Response time calculation- Interrupt latency.Introduction to FPGA devices.Overview-16F877 . ELECTIVE III EMBEDDED CONTROLLERS IN REAL TIME SYSTEMS EIC11 205(A) (Common for EPE10 205(A) &EIC11 205(A)) Credits: 4 Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1 Objective This course introduces embedded controllers.I/O functionality – Interrupts – ADC – PWM .Instruction set – Interrupts .Elementary assembly language programming. MODULE 1 (14 Hours) 8051 Microcontroller .Program control and sequencing. MODULE 2 (13 Hours) Real-time Systems .Introduction to real time systems.Architecture.Typical applications-Buck boost converter.Interfacing –Key board - LED display .Computational building blocks . MODULE 4 (13 Hours) DSP Architecture .Architecture – Elementary assembly language programming.Temperature control . MODULE 3 (14 Hours) PIC Processors .Interrupt driven systems-Context switching-Scheduling-round robin-Preemptive-rate monotonic-Foreground and background systems.Harvard architecture – Parallelism – Pipelining .Interrupts – Timers – Memory – I/O ports – SPI – I2C bus .Speed issues.DC motor speed control .I/O ports – Serial communication .Event managers. .Address generation unit.Introduction to DSP architecture.Stepper motor control - PID control.Buffering data-Mailboxes-Critical regions-Semaphores- Deadlock-Process stack management. applications and real time systems.speed measurement .External memory – ADC – DAC – LCD .A/D converter .Inter task communication.RISC concepts .TMS 320F2407.Stepper motor control.RTC – Typical applications.USART.PIC processors.

Sholam. Avtar Singh. Vol. DSP Based Electro Mechanical Motion Control. 4. Microcontrollers -Theory and Applications. End semester Examination: 100 marks Pattern for the Question paper Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module. Sen M Kuo. Thomson Brooks 8. Digital Signal Processors-Architecture. assignments. E A Lee. FPGA Based System Design. CRC Press. No. Pearson 5. seminars or a combination of all whichever suits best. Embedded System Design using 8051 Microcontroller. April. Wayne Wolf. 1998. Phil Lapsley. Scott Hauck. 7. S Campbell. 615-639. The Roles of FPGAs in Reprogrammable Systems. Pearson 6. REFERENCES 1. Proceedings of the IEEE. Bler. pp. Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests. The assessment details are to be announced to students’ right at the beginning of the semester by the teacher. IEEE Press 9. S Srinivasan. Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Qu Question 1 : 20 marks Qu Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Qu Question 7 : 20 marks Qu Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks . Woon Seng Gan. There will be minimum of two tests per subject. Mazidi & Mazidi. Implementation and Applications. H A Toliyat. DSP Processor Fundamentals. Pearson 2. Fundamentals of Embedded Software. Pearson 10. Digital Signal Processing. Real Time Systems Design and Analysis. Phillip A Laplante. Ajay V DeshMukh. PHI 4. 86. Daniel W Lewis. TMH 3.

time-varying digital filter structure – Sampling rate conversion by an arbitrary factor -Multistage implementation of sampling rate conversion. MODULE 1 (13 Hours) Multirate digital signal processing[MSP] – Sampling rate conversion – Decimation-Interpolation – Sampling rate conversion – Filter design and implementation for sampling rate alternation – Direct form FIR digital filter structure.implementation of narrow band lowpass filters and digital filter banks.applications of MSP –design of phase shifters-interfacing of digital systems with different sampling rate.Auto Regressive(AR) and Auto Regressive Moving Average(ARMA) lattice-ladder filters-Wiener Filters for filtering and prediction-FIR and IIR Wiener filters- Noncausal Wiener Filters-ARMA Model for power spectrum analysis. polyphase filter structure. restoration.Applications of digital signal processors. . enhancement – echo cancellation. compression. DSP AND ITS APPLICATIONS (Common for EPE10 205(B) &EIC11 205(B)) EIC11 205(B) Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1 Credits: 4 Objective: To study the various methods for the analysis of digital systems. MODULE 2 (15 Hours) Linear prediction and optimum linear filters-forward and backward linear prediction-optimum reflection coefficients-solutions of the normal equations. Execution of simple programs using digital signal processor – Solution of specific problems in digital signal processing using MATLAB programs. synthesis and compression – Radar signal processing – Image processing – image formation.Fixed point & floating point (block diagram approach) . MODULE 4 (11 Hours) Applications of DSP – Speech processing – Speech analysis.Levinson-Durbin Algorithm-schur Algorithm-properties.Digital signal processors – Selection of digital signal processors – Von Neumann & Harvard architecture – Multiply Accumulate Unit (MAC) . recording. to design a digital fil- ter for the given specifications and to study the architecture and applications of digital signal processors.Architecture of DSP processor . MODULE 3 (15 Hours) Finite word length effects – Fixed point and floating point formats – Quantization errors – Limit cycle oscillations .

Ltd. Ludeman. 8. Fundamentals of Digital Signal Processing. Kuo & Woon-Seng S.. Barrie W. Digital Signal Processing. Implementations and Applications.time Signal Processing. seminars or a combination of all whichever suits best. W. & Manolakis D. Sanjit K. W. G. Digital Signal Processing. Emmanuel C. V.Architectures. Wiley India Pvt. assignments. V. Oppenheim A. Digital Signal Processing. Oppenheim & R. Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Qu Question 1 : 20 marks Qu Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Qu Question 7 : 20 marks Qu Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks .A computer based approach. & Schafer R. A. Principles. Schafer. Academic Press (Elsevier) 4. Sen M. 3. Li Tan. Pearson Education 2. Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests. Digital Signal Processors. Mitra. G.Architectures. Proakis J. Pearson Education. End semester Examination: 100 marks Pattern for the Question paper Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module. REFERENCES 1. Pearson Education. Gan. There will be minimum of two tests per subject. Ifeachor. Implementations and applications. Prentice. Digital Signal Processing. Pearson education. Tata Mc Graw Hill 7. Digital Signal Processors. The assessment details are to be announced to students’ right at the beginning of the semester by the teacher. algorithms & applications. Discrete.A practical approach. Jervis.. 5.Hall of India 6.

Cataloguing in Publication Data.Sliding mode motion.Design of stable switching surfaces.Design of sliding mode controller for higher order systems. 1976. MODULE 3 (14 Hours) Sliding mode motion on switching surface. 3. Text Books 1.Synthesis of stable systems from unstable structures.Sliding mode controller design for a robotic manipulator. 2.Design of VSMFC for second order system.Sliding mode discontinuous control. A S I Zinober (Edited by) .VSS for improving speed of response -VSS for stability. MODULE 4 (14 Hours) Variable Structure Model Following Control (VSMFC) Systems.Chattering reduction techniques. British Library. MODULE 2 (14 Hours) Variable structure systems with sliding mode.Sliding mode motion on switching line- Invariance conditions.Sliding mode equivalent control.Conditions for perfect model following. 1990..1990. the analysis and design of variable structure control systems based on sliding mode control. MODULE 1 (12 Hours) Variable Structure Systems (VSS)-Introduction. Peter Peregrinus Ltd.Design of sliding mode controllers using feedback linearization for non-linear systems.Wiley. New York.Existence condition- Equivalent control for sliding mode motion. .Control Systems of Variable Structure.Chattering. VARIABLE STRUCTURE EIC11 205(C) CONTROL SYSTEMS Credits: 4 Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1 Objective This course enable the students to learn. UItkis .Deterministic Control of Uncertain Systems.

. There will be minimum of two tests per subject. O.M.Young . 1982. . 5. 1978.2. 465-492.Design of Variable Structure Model Following Control Systems. April 1977.D.S. Zinobar.The invariance conditions in variable structure systems. 23. J. 129. Billings . 2.. 212-222. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control. 1983. Proc. Sastry. 5. EI-Ghezawi and S. Automatica. pp. A.A. Tracking control of non-linear systems using sliding surfaces with application to robot manipulators. The assessment details are to be announced to students’ right at the beginning of the semester by the teacher. 1969. pp 6-12.E. REFERENCES 1.K. Vol. Vol. seminars or a combination of all whichever suits best.Multivariable variable structure adaptive model following control systems. No. 4. pp. Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests. 38. No. Drazenovic . pp. assignments. Vol. Slotine and S. End semester Examination: 100 marks Question pattern Answer any 5 questions by choosing at least one question from each module. B. 3. International Journal of Control. IEE.S.J. K. Vol. Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Qu Question 1 : 20 marks Qu Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Qu Question 7 : 20 marks Qu Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks . IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control. 287-295. pp 1079-1085.1.I.

Chebyshev and Elliptic filters - Opamp RC Circuits for Second Order Sections-Design of Higher Order Filters using second order sections using Butterworth Approximation-Narrow Bandpass and Notch Filters and their application in DAS.differential measurement-signal circuit isolation. flow.Classification and types of filters .Need for Prefiltering-First and second order filters . dc and ac voltages and currents (CTs. High Voltage Sensors. Band-pass and Band-rejection and All Pass.Requirements . MODULE 4 (12 Hours) Data Processing and Analysis-Numerical Representation.Data Analysis Techniques.Bessel. MODULE 3 (14 Hours) Types of signal conditioning (SC)-Amplification-Isolation-Filtering-Linearization-Classes of Signal Conditioning-Plug –in board SC.measuring grounded/ungrounded signal sources.Objectives of DAS.General configurations .8254 Programmable Interval Timer(PIT). DATA ACQUISITION AND EIC11 205(D) SIGNAL CONDITIONING Credits: 4 Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1 Objective After completing this course students have an idea about different types of transducers and signal conditioning-filtering and sampling-signal conversion and transmission-digital signal transmission and interfacing.Introduction.Low -pass. level. pressure. Rogowski Coil. PTs for supply frequency as well as high frequency. Hall Effect Current Sensors.Statistical Analysis Techniques-Curve Fitting.Instrumentation amplifiers. MODULE 2 (14 Hours) Review of Nyquist Sampling Theorem-Aliasing . Optosensors. MODULE 1 (14 Hours) Data Acquisition Systems (DAS).AMD AM9513 A System Timing Controller -Introduction to Data Acquisition Soft wares – LABTECH-LABVIEW.Direct connect modular-two –wire transmitters- Distributed I/O – digital transmitters-Field wiring and signal measurement-grounded signal sources-Floating signal sources.Chopped and Modulated DC Amplifiers-Isolation amplifiers.Butterworth. Sample and Hold Amplifiers.Signal Conditioning.Block diagram description of DAS.single ended measurement. Ampflex Sensors etc. force.Based Data .Noise and interference- Sources and types of noise-Noise Minimization-Shielded and twisted-pair cable-Coaxial cables. Basic characteristics. High-pass.Waveform Processing-Convolution/deconvolution Algorithm and Window Function – The Hilbert Transform-Wavelet Analysis-Commercial Data Acquisition Products-Intel 8255A Programmable peripheral interface (PPI).PC.).Single and multichannel DAS-Transducers for the measurement of motion.

. 1988. John Park... Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation. Academic Press. 1987. Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests. 3. Instruments and Automatic Test Equipment. Design. McGraw Hill (Int. Data Acquisition Techniques Using PCs. New Delhi. UK. 2003. Bates Paul. Text Books 1.Barney. seminars or a combination of all whichever suits best. Measurement Systems: Application and Design. Intelligent Instrumentation. 2003. There will be minimum of two tests per subject. Acquisition Applications-Ultrasonic Measurement System-Electrocardiogram Measurement System. Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Qu Question 1 : 20 marks Qu Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Qu Question 7 : 20 marks Qu Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks . assignments. Steve Mackay. McGraw-Hill. 2. Practical digital and Data Communications with LSI. Pearson Education . Howard Austerlitz.. The assessment details are to be announced to students’ right at the beginning of the semester by the teacher. Ibrahim.E. K. British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data.2002.John Uffrenbeck. 1988. (Int. Data Acquisition for Instrumentation and Control Systems. Prentice Hall of India Pvt Ltd. Programming. 2. edition) 1990. George C. REFERENCES 1. Prentice Hall of India. 4. End semester Examination: 100 marks Pattern for the Question paper Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module. edition) 1975. Ernest O Doeblin. Longman Scientific & Technical Group Ltd. The 80x86 Family. Asia. Oliver Cage. 3. And Interfacing.

Controller design .sampling period and performance specification • Design and simulation of regulator systems . PD and PID controllers . Lead & Lag – Lead) • Controller design using SISO tool and state space design • Experiments based on PLC • Experiments based on embedded programming . • Design of PI. control and simulation experiments on control systems. • Adaptive step size numerical algorithm for system modeling and simulation. • Experiments based on soft computing . With observers – quadratic optimal regulator problems . Solution of Riccati equation • Design of observers • Design of controllers • Servo systems with transportations lag – Modeling & simulation . EIC11 206(P) CONTROL SYSTEMS LAB Credits: 2 Hours/week: 2 Objective The course helps to familiarize modeling. Open loop / closed loop simulation . Tuning of PID controller . Control System design using compensators (Lag. Fuzzy Logic – Neural Networks • Stability analysis of Linear systems -Time domain and Frequency domain analysis • Pole placement using state feed back • State space representation and analysis • Numerical methods for system modeling and simulation • Closed loop response of different (types/ order) control systems for different types of input signals with variable parameters.

• Design and stability analysis of inverted pendulum Essential Software required – MATLAB.SIMULINK & TOOL BOXES Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks • Regularity – 10% • Lab Practical & Record – 40% • Test – 50% .

Tech syllabus and give a seminar on that topic about 45 minutes. quality of the report and participation. presentation skill. Individual students are required to choose a topic of their interest from instrumentation and control related topics preferably from outside the M. One copy shall be returned to the student after duly certifying it by the chairman of the assessing committee and the other will be kept in the departmental library. Also to augment the skill of technical report writing.EIC11 207(P) SEMINAR Credits: 2 Hours/week: 2 Objective This course is intended to assess the technical presentation capability of the students. Each student shall submit two copies of a write up of his seminar topic. A committee consisting of at least three faculty members (preferably specialized in Instrumentation and Control) shall assess the presentation of the seminar and award marks to the students based on merits of topic of presentation. Internal continuous assessment marks are awarded based on the relevance of the topic. Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks .

MODULE 2 (13Hours) Formulation of research task – Literature review – Importance & methods – Sources – Quantification of cause effect relations – Discussions – Field study – Critical analysis of generated facts – Hypothetical proposals for future development and testing. CEH10 301(A). MIT10 Credits: 4 301(A).selection of research task. MODULE 4 (14Hours) .Types of research – Descriptive research – Conceptual research – Theoretical research – Applied research – Experimental research. EIC11 301(A) CEE10 301(A). MODULE 1 (13Hours) Research Concepts – Concepts – Meaning – Objectives – Motivation. PMS10 301(A).================================================== SEMESTER 3 =================================================== ELECTIVE IV RESEARCH METHODOLOGY (Common for EPS10 301(B). EPE10 301(A).EIC11 301(A) Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1 Objective To impart knowledge about various methodologies followed in engineering research. MODULE 3 (14Hours) Mathematical modeling and simulation – Concepts of modeling – Classification of mathematical models – Modeling with – Ordinary differential equations – Difference equations – Partial differential equations – Graphs – Simulation – Process of formulation of model based on simulation. To make students aware of the problems faced by Indian researchers. formulation of research problems and to apply the same in project work.Research process – Criteria for good research – Problems encountered by Indian researchers.

New Age Publishers. End semester Examination: 100 marks Pattern for the Question paper Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module. The assessment details are to be announced to students’ right at the beginning of the semester by the teacher. Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Qu Question 1 : 20 marks Qu Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Qu Question 7 : 20 marks Qu Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks . Willktnsion K. McGraw Hill. N.W Bames. Interpretation and report writing – Techniques of interpretation – Precautions in interpretation – Significance of report writing – Different steps in report writing – Layout of research report – Mechanics of writing research report – Layout and format – Style of writing – Typing – References – Tables – Figures – Conclusion – Appendices. Formulation of Hypothesis. seminars or a combination of all whichever suits best. REFERENCES 1. Himalaya Publication 5. Pearson Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests. L. Kothari. Research Methodology. Statistical Analysis for Engineers and Scientists.York 2. L. Theories of Engineering Experiments. Schank Fr. R. 3. Krishnaswami. “Management research methodology – Integration of methods & Techniques”. 4. Tata Mc Graw Hill Publication. J. There will be minimum of two tests per subject. C.. Bhandarkar P. assignments.

Stabilizing PID controllers H2 and H optimization -LQG methodology-Separation principle-Algebraic Riccati Equation-Solution of LQG problem-Robustness properties of the LQG solution.Definition of robust control-Classification of robust control-Elements of robust control theory-Modeling-Design objectives and specifications-Additive and multiplicative perturbations-Plant-controller configuration-Shaping the loop gain.Pole spread and gridding-Principle of argument and Rouche’s theorem-Boundary crossing theorem-Stability- Gamma stability boundaries-Gamma stability radius-Schur stability test-Hurwitz stability test.Well-posedness internal stability parameterization approach-Coprime factorization of plant. MODULE 3 (14 Hours) Parameterization of stabilizing controllers.Modeling systems with parameter uncertainty- General concepts-Generalization of several control concepts to parametric uncertain systems- Stability-Controllability and observability-Robust stability analysis.Stability margins. MODULE 1 (13 Hours) Introduction.Coprime factorization of controller-State space realization-Strong stabilization sensitivity minimization and robust stabilization. MODULE 4 (14 Hours) Robust stabilizing controllers-Stabilizing P controllers-Stabilizing PI controllers. MODULE 2 (13 Hours) Modeling of Parametric Uncertain Systems.1-2 stability.Sensitivity minimization-Problem formulation-Model matching problem-Trade-offs for multivariable plants-Design limitations due to right half plane zeros-Plant uncertainty and robustness- robust stability-Robustness under perturbations-Small gain theorem. 1-infinity and 1-1 stability margins. Basic concepts of H∞ and µ – Synthesis controllers. ROBUST CONTROL EIC11 301(B) Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1 Credits: 4 Objective At the end of the course the students will have a clear idea about robust control. .H optimization techniques-State space formulation H control-H filter-Generalized H regulator.

1995 3. seminars or a combination of all whichever suits best. L H Keel. Kemin Zhou. 1995 2. Michael Green. Robust Control of Linear Dynamical Systems. P. There will be minimum of two tests per subject. Prentice-Hall. 1998 Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests.Dorf and R. Richard. REFERENCES 1.T Bishop. 2.C. 1996.I. End semester Examination: 100 marks Pattern for the Question paper Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module. The assessment details are to be announced to students’ right at the beginning of the semester by the teacher. Robust Control: The Parametric Approach. Linear Robust Control . assignments. Modern Control System. Text Books 1. P C Chandrasekharan. Prentice-Hall. Prentice-Hall. H Chapellat. Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Qu Question 1 : 20 marks Qu Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Qu Question 7 : 20 marks Qu Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks . Academic Press.H. David J N Limebeer. S P Bhattacharya. Essentials of Robust Control.

MODULE 3 (14 Hours) Non linear systems.Equivalent transformations.Simulation examples. .Variable structure model following control (VSMFC).Mamdani and Takagi Sugeno Models. MODULE 2 (14 Hours) Representations of MIMO systems.System response.Guidance and control of rocket vehicles.Construction of fuzzy models.ANFIS as a universal approximator .Fractals and chaos in medicine and physiology.Neural networks.Canonical forms- Solution of state equations. MODULE 4 (11 Hours) Introduction.Sliding mode motion on switching line.VSS for fast response.Adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference systems.Dimensions.Sliding mode motion on switching surface. ADVANCED TOPICS IN CONTROL EIC11 301(C) SYSTEMS Credits: 4 Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1 Objective Provide a strong foundation to understand neuro –fuzzy systems and non.Chaos. Variable Structure Systems (VSS).VSS for stability- VSS with sliding mode.Adaptive networks.Controllability and pole allocation- Observability and state estimator. MODULE 1 (15 Hours) Fuzzy Models.Invariance Conditions in VSS.Guidance and control of mobile- Launched ballistic missiles.Non interactive and model matching control design.Sliding mode motion.linear systems and give an overview of variable structure systems.Synthesis of some chaotic systems using neural network-Some control applications.Mandelbrot set- Bifurcations.Lorenz attractor.Supervised learning .Second order control problem.ANFIS architecture.Design of stable switching surface.Attractors. Introduction .System characterization by transfer matrix.Fractals.Trajectory aspects-Inertial and optical sensors-Inertial guidance for cruise vehicles.Existence Condition .

1994. New York.S. Itkis.. The assessment details are to be announced to students’ right at the beginning of the semester by the teacher. Chen C..A. Michael Dorfler: Dynamical Systems and Fractals. 4. Fuzzy logic with Engineering Applications. Text Books 1. Apte Y.International Series in Intelligent Technologies. Springer. McGraw Hill. Cambridge. 3. MATLAB curriculum Series. New York. 5. Prentice Hall International (1997).Heidelberg- Berlin. 6. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co.. Neil Rasband. Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests. Leondis C.. Introduction to Applied Nonlinear Dynamical Systems and Chaos.T..T. End semester Examination: 100 marks Pattern for the Question paper Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module. Guidance and Control of Aerospace Vehicles. Mizutani E : Neuro-fuzzy and Soft Computing. Springer Publishers. Chaotic Dynamics of Nonlinear systems. 2. Mc Graw Hill Book Company Inc. Control Systems of Variable Structure. 1984. Holt Reinhart and Winston Inc. New York. Wiley. seminars or a combination of all whichever suits best. There will be minimum of two tests per subject. 3. 2. 4. John Wiley and Sons. Timothy J Ross. assignments. New york..Verlag . Jang J SR . Stephen Wiggins. Kluwer Academic Publications (1998). S. Linear Multivariable Control Theory. U. Ltd. Robert Babuska :Fuzzy Modelling and Control . Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Qu Question 1 : 20 marks Qu Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Qu Question 7 : 20 marks Qu Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks . University Press. REFERENCES 1. Linear System Theory and Design. Wolovich W. 5. 1974. Linear Multivariable Systems. Karl Heinz Becker.Sun C T.

Non-invasive Measurement of Intracranial Pressure: Introduction – Intracranial pressure – Techniques for non-invasive measurement of intracranial pressure. Artificially Coupled Reactions with Immobilized Enzymes: Types of biosensors – First generation biosensors – Molecular recognition by higher integrated bio catalytic systems in biosensors –Artificially coupled enzymes reactions in biosensors – Lactate monoxygenase based sequence and amplification sensors – Substrate recycling by Lactate oxidase and Lactate – Dehydrogenase –Glutamate Oxidase based sensors – Glucose Oxidase Glucose Dehydrogenase sensor – Anti interference principle.Bio catalytic Membrane Electrodes. MODULE 2 (14 Hours) Parallel Information Processing in Biological Systems-From Photo transduction to Neural Networks: Introduction – Photo transduction – Pigment kinetics – Transmitter dynamics – Coupling to the membrane equation – Predictions – Temporal discrimination – Asynchronous shunting networks. BIO-SENSORS EIC11 301(D) Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1 Credits: 4 Objective At the end of the course the students will be able to define the fundamental components of any biosensors and its application in bio-instrumentation.Introduction – Enzymes and electro . Chemistry and Potential Methods for in Vivo Glucose Sensing: Introduction – Structure and properties of glucose – Potential methods for in vivo glucose sensing – Enzyme based electrochemical approach – Enzyme based field effect transistor approach – Enzyme based thermoelectric approach – electrochemical approach – Optical approach. MODULE 3 (14 Hours) Invasive and Non-invasive Blood Gas Monitoring: Introduction – Blood gas transport – Electrochemistry of pO2 and pCO2 measurement – Principle of optical oximetry – Invasive intravascular blood gas monitoring – Non-invasive blood gas monitoring. MODULE 1 (12 Hours) Introduction – Microbial sensors for process control – Acetic acid sensor – Alcohol sensor – Glutamic acid sensor – Carbon dioxide sensor – Microbial sensors for environmental control – Ammonia sensor – Nitrogen dioxide sensor – BOD sensor.

analytical systems – Types of indicator transducers – Preparation of electrode enzyme layer –
Configuration of bio catalytic electrodes– Analytical usefulness – Some practical
applications- Modelling and identification of Lung parameters- Introduction – Model
design – Parameter estimation.

MODULE 4 (14 Hours)
Radiation Pressure, Radiation Force, and Particle Banding in an Ultrasonic Field: Introduction –
Radiation pressure – Radiation force – Banding of particles in an ultrasonic field- Noncontact
temperature measurement in medicine- Thermal regulation of the human body –
Medical thermometry – Thermal radiation – Thermal imaging – Far infrared sensors –
Temperature sensors – Optical system – Thermopile thermometer – Pyroelectric
thermometer.

Text Books

1. Jonathan M.Cooper & Anthony E.G. Cass, Biosensors, Oxford University Press.
2. F. Ligler & C. Rowe Taitt, Optical Biosensors. Present and Future, Elsevier.
3. Donald L. Wise, Bioinstrumentation and Biosensors, CRC Press.

REFERENCES
1. George K.Knopf & Amarjeet S.Bassi, Smart Biosensor Technology, CRC Press.
2. Willner, Itamar & Eugenii, Bioelectronic: From Theory to Applications, Wiley.
3. Brian Eggins, Chemical Sensors and Biosensors, John Willey & Sons.

Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks
Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests, assignments, seminars or a
combination of all whichever suits best. There will be minimum of two tests per subject. The
assessment details are to be announced to students’ right at the beginning of the semester by the
teacher.
End semester Examination: 100 marks
Pattern for the Question paper
Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module.
Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4

Qu Question 1 : 20 marks Qu Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Qu Question 7 : 20 marks

Qu Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks

ELECTIVE V

VLSI ARCHITECTURE AND
DESIGN METHODOLOGIES
EIC11 302(A) Credits: 4
(Common for EPE10 302(A),EIC11 302(A))
Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1

Objective
Providing an overview of VLSI System Design and fabrication

MODULE 1 (14 Hours)
Overview of VLSI Design Methodology: VLSI design process - Architectural design -Logical
design -Physical design -Layout styles -Full custom -Semi custom approaches.
VLSI Fabrication Techniques : .An overview of wafer fabrication –Wafer Processing -Oxidation
-Patterning -Diffusion - Ion Implantation -Deposition –Silicon gate nMOS process - CMOS
processes -nWell - pWell -Twin tub -Silicon on insulator- CMOS process (enhancements
-Interconnect -Circuit elements.
MODULE 2 (13Hours)

Basic Electrical Properties Of MOS And CMOS Circuits: nMOS enhancement transistor -PMOS
enhancement transistor -Threshold voltage - Threshold voltage equations -MOS device
equations -Basic DC equations - Second order effects - MOS Modules - Small signal AC
characteristics - nMOS inverter -Steered input to an nMOS inverter - Depletion mode and
enhancement mode pull ups – CMOS inverter -DC characteristics -Inverter delay -Pass
transistor -Transmission gate.
MODULE 3 (13 Hours)

Layout Design Rules: Need for design rules - Mead Conway design rules for the silicon gate
nMOS process - CMOS nwell-Pwel1 design rules - Simple layout examples - Sheet
resistance - Area capacitance -Wiring capacitance - Drive large capacitive loads.
MODULE 4 (14 Hours)
Logic Design : Switch logic - Pass transistor and transmission gate -Gate logic - Inverter -Two
input NAND gate -NOR gate - Other forms of CMOS logic –Dynamic CMOS logic -Clocked
CMOS logic - Precharged domino CMOS logic - Structured design -Simple combinational
logic design examples –Parity generator -Multiplexers – Clocked sequential circuits - Two
phase clocking - Charge storage –Dynamic register element - nMOS and CMOS - Dynamic
shift register - Semi static register - JK flip flop circuit.

REFERENCES
1. Doglas A. PuckJ1ell and Kamran Eshranghian, Basic VLSI design, Prentice Hall of India, New
Delhi
2. Neil H. E. West and Kamran Eshranghian, Principles of CMOS VLSI Design: A System
Perspective, Addison- Wesley.
3. Amar Mukherjee, Introduction to nMos and CMOS VLSI System Design, Prentice Hall, USA.,
4. Caver Mead and LyTUI Conway, Introduction to VLSI Systems, Addison- Wesley, USA.
5. Eugene D. Fabricus, Introduction to VLSI Design, McGraw Hill International Edn

Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks
Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests, assignments, seminars or a
combination of all whichever suits best. There will be minimum of two tests per subject. The
assessment details are to be announced to students’ right at the beginning of the semester by the
teacher.
End semester Examination: 100 marks
Pattern for the Question paper
Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module.
Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4

Qu Question 1 : 20 marks Qu Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Qu Question 7 : 20 marks

Qu Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks

SOFT COMPUTING TECHNIQUES EIC11 302(B) Credits: 4 (Common for EPE10 302(B). CEH10 302(B). PMS10 302(B).Perceptron networks-Back propagation networks-Radial base function network-Hopfield network.Defuzzification. MODULE 4 (14 Hours) Hybrid systems: Neural network. MIT10 302(B).Fuzzy back propagation networks -Fuzzy logic controlled genetic algorithms.Fuzzy set operations.Fuzzy relations-Cardinality of Fuzzy relations-Operations on Fuzzy relations-Properties of Fuzzy relations-Membership Functions-Features of Membership functions. genetic algorithms and hybrid algorithms and enable the students to implement real time intelligent and adaptive systems.Crossover mutation-Convergence of genetic algorithm. .Working principle – Encoding – Different methods – Fitness function – Reproduction-Different methods.Fuzzy rule base.Genetic modeling- Inheritance.EIC11 302(B) Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1 Objective To acquaint the students with soft computing methodologies such as neural networks.Kohonen self organizing maps-ART MODULE 3 (13 Hours) Fundamentals of genetic algorithms: Basic concepts. MODULE 1 (13Hours) Introduction to Fuzzy logic: Fuzzy sets.Fuzzy logic and genetic algorithm hybrids – Neuro fuzzy hybrids. fuzzy logic.Neuro genetic hybrids-Fuzzy genetic hybrids-Genetic algorithm based back propogation network.different methods.Fuzzy logic controller(Block Diagram) MODULE 2 (14 Hours) Artificial Neural Networks: Basic concepts-Neural network Architectures-Single layer feed forward network-Multilayer feed forward network-Recurrent Networks-Characteristics of neural networks-Learning methods.Fuzzification-Methods of Membership value assignments.

Prentice Hall India. Genetic Algorithms in Search Optimisation and Machine Learning. McGraw Hill . 4. 7.A. seminars or a combination of all whichever suits best.N.N. 5. Pearson Education. 3. There will be minimum of two tests per subject. The assessment details are to be announced to students’ right at the beginning of the semester by the teacher. G.Deepa. Wiley India.Vijayalakshmi Pai. End semester Examination: 100 marks Pattern for the Question paper Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module. assignments.Rajasekharan.Sivanandam. Neural Network. Neural Networks a Comprehensive foundation. Timothy J Ross. S. Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests. Fuzzy logic with Engineering Applications. Recent Literature. D.Goldberg.Haykins. REFERENCES 1. Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Qu Question 1 : 20 marks Qu Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Qu Question 7 : 20 marks Qu Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks . Fuzzy Logic and Genetic 2.New York. Principles of Soft Computing. 6. S. S. Pearson Education.E. S. Algorithms Synthesis and Applications.

Actuators – Electrical actuators- Pneumatic actuators.Control elements – Fluid valves.Cyclic response.Control system evaluation stability- Regulation-Evaluation criteria.Inferential control.Analog electrical signal- Digital electrical signals.Multivariable control.Signal conditioning of transducers- Temperature transducers . MODULE 1 (13 Hours) Signal Conditioning – Analog – Digital .Signal conversions . PID. PD .Electronic controller – Direct action.Direct action – Pneumatic signals.Signal conversions.Adaptive control- Control system quality – Loop disturbance.Proportional mode- Integral mode.Flow transducers MODULE 3 (14 Hours) Controller Principles .Process characteristics-Control system parameters-Controller modes- Discontinuous controller modes.Pneumatic controllers – Implementation of PI.Block diagram.Cascade control.Composite controller modes. MODULE 4 (13 Hours) Control Loop Characteristics: Control system configurations.Feed forward control.Continuous controller modes.Reverse action.Measure of quality.Optimum control.The loop.Composite controller modes . Analog Controllers .Derivative mode.Stability- Process loop tuning .Design consideration. MODULE 2 (14 Hours) Final Control Element: Final control operation. EIC11 302(C)) Credits: 4 Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1 Objective To create an awareness of the different transducers used in industry and signal conditioning and to familiarize the process control elements and their control characteristics.Process control principles - Identification of elements.Split range control. INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTATION EIC11 302(C) (Common for EPE10 301(C).

Elements of computer process control of Industrial processes. Computer Aided Process Control. Johnson. Duncan A.Time microcomputer control of Industrial processes. Process Control Instrumentation Technology. Johnson. K. ISA 6. Microprocessors in Process Control. Edgar. Pearson Education 2. Chemical Process Control 4. Curtis D. Mekkichamp. Real. REFERENCES 1. Jayantha K. seminars or a combination of all whichever suits best. There will be minimum of two tests per subject. PHI 3. Process Analysis and Control 5. Kluwer Publications. Singh. Curtis D. Paul. Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Qu Question 1 : 20 marks Qu Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Qu Question 7 : 20 marks Qu Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks . Dale E. George Stephanopoulis. Deshpande and Ash. Thomas F. S. Seborg. Netherlands 7. PHI 8. The assessment details are to be announced to students’ right at the beginning of the semester by the teacher. Caughner. assignments. Wiley India Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests. End semester Examination: 100 marks Pattern for the Question paper Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module. Process Dynamics and Control.

Word length considerations . MODULE 3 (14 Hours) Fixed Interval. MODULE 2 (12 Hours) Kalman filter – Kalman Bucy Filter – Optimal linear predictors – Correlated noise sources – Relation between Kalman Bucy and Wiener filters. OPTIMAL ESTIMATION AND EIC11 302(D) Credits: 4 FILTERING Hours/week: Lecture-3 and Tutorial-1 Objective Understanding and studying of random process and stochastic systems-linear optimal filters and predictors-implementation methods of optimal smoothers-nonlinear filtering and practical considerations.Computer round off –Effect of round off errors on Kalman filters.Factorization methods for square root filtering – Square root UD filters – Other implementation methods MODULE 4 (16 Hours) Quasi-linear filtering ––Extended Kalman Filters (EKF) – Iterated EKF -Sampling methods for nonlinear filtering. MODULE 1 (12 Hours) Probability and random variables – Statistical properties of random variables and random processes – Linear random process models – Shaping filters and state augmentation – Mean and covariance propagation – Relationship with model parameters – Orthogonality principle.Quadratic loss function – Matrix Riccati differential equation and in discrete time – Model equations for transformed variables – Application of Kalman filters.Computational efforts – Reduction – Error budgets and sensitivity analysis – Optimizing measurement selection policies. . fixed lag and fixed point smoothers – Algorithms.Detecting and correcting anomalies – Bad data and missing data – Stability of Kalman filters – Suboptimal and reduced order filters – Memory throughput.

The assessment details are to be announced to students’ right at the beginning of the semester by the teacher. Andrews. John Wiley and Sons . 1982. End semester Examination: 100 marks Pattern for the Question paper Any five questions to be answered by choosing at least one question from each module. seminars or a combination of all whichever suits best. Text Books 1. Meditch J S. Prentice Hall Inc. Introduction to Optimal Estimation. Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Qu Question 1 : 20 marks Qu Question 3 : 20 marks Question 5 : 20 marks Qu Question 7 : 20 marks Qu Question 2 : 20 marks Question 4 : 20 marks Question 6 : 20 marks Question 8 : 20 marks . 2. Springer Publishers. Kalman Filtering Theory and Practice Using MATLAB . There will be a minimum of two tests per subject. assignments. Su. Mohinder S Grewal and Angus P. REFERENCES 1. Edward W. 2. B D O Anderson. Kamen. Jonathan K. Stochastic Optimal Estimation and Control. 2008. Internal continuous assessment: 100 marks Internal continuous assessment is in the form of periodical tests. John B Moore: Optimal Filtering.

Internal Continuous Assessment: 50 Marks . the student gains awareness of issues related to designing and maintaining sophisticated equipments. The students have to arrange and undergo an industrial training of minimum two weeks in an industry preferably dealing with instrumentation/control system equipments during the semester break between semester 2 and semester 3. contents of the report and presentation. and complete within 15 calendar days from the start of semester 3. their management and he/she learns to correlate theory with industrial practice. Evaluation committee will award the marks of end semester based on training quality. The students are requested to submit a report of the training undergone and present the contents of the report before the evaluation committee. INDUSTRIAL TRAINING EIC11 303(P) Credits: 1 Hours/week: 30 (during the period of training) Objective Upon completion of industrial training.

Also. Internal Continuous assessment: Total 150 150 . two reviews of the work and the submission of preliminary report. The project work can be a design project/experimental project and/or computer simulation project on any of the topics in instrumentation /control systems related topics. If found essential. preliminary report and scope of the work which is to be completed in the 4th semester. The project work is allotted individually on different topics. The project work aims to develop the work practice in students to apply theoretical and practical tools/techniques to solve real life problems related to industry and current research. objectives. The students shall be encouraged to do their project work in the parent institute itself. Phase 1 consist of preliminary thesis work. The Evaluation committee consists of at least three faculty members of which internal guide and another expert in the specified area of the project shall be two essential members. Second review evaluates the progress of the work. continued and self learning skill of the student is enhanced. methodology and expected results. MASTER RESEARCH PROJECT EIC11 304(P) PHASE 1 Credits: 6 Hours/week: 22 Objective This course aims to improve the professional competency and research aptitude by touching the areas which otherwise not covered by theory or laboratory classes. The Evaluation committee consists of at least three faculty members of which internal guide and another expert in the specified area of the project shall be two essential members.Tech regulations. The student is required to undertake the master research project phase 1 during the third semester and the same is continued in the fourth semester (Phase 2). First review would highlight the topic. subject to the conditions in clause 10 of M. they may be permitted to continue their project outside the parent institute. Department will constitute an Evaluation Committee to review the project work.

continued and self learning skill of the student is enhanced. Viva Voce by external / internal: 150 Marks . The project work aims to develop the work practice in students to apply theoretical and practical tools/techniques to solve real life problems related to industry and current research. Master Research project phase 2 is a continuation of project phase 1 started in the third semester. Internal Continuous assessment: Total 150 150 End Semester Examination: . Second review would be a pre-submission presentation before the evaluation committee to assess the quality and quantum of the work done. At least one technical paper is to be prepared for possible publication in journal or conferences.Project Evaluation by external examiner: 150 Marks. first in the middle of the semester and the second at the end of the semester. There would be two reviews in the fourth semester. presentation and discussion. The final evaluation of the project will be external. =================================================== SEMESTER 4 =================================================== MASTERS RESEARCH PROJECT EIC11 401 PHASE 2 Credits: 12 Hours/week: 30 Objective This course aims to improve the professional competency and research aptitude by touching the areas which are otherwise not covered by theory or laboratory classes. This would be a pre qualifying exercise for the students for getting approval by the departmental committee for the submission of the thesis. The technical paper is to be submitted along with the thesis. First review is to evaluate the progress of the work. Also.