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TECH DEGREE COURSE- 2003 SCHEME Scheme of Studies And Syllabi for Combined I And II Semesters (Common for All Branches) Course No 03.101 03.102 03.103 03.104 03.105 03.106 03.107 03.108 03.109 03.110 Name of subject Engineering Mathematics Engineering Physics Engineering Chemistry Engineering Graphics Engineering Mechanics Basic Civil Engineering Basic Mechanical Engineering Basic Electrical Engineering Basic Electronics Engineering Engineering Workshops Total Weekly load, hours L T D/P 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 2 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 2 17 8 4 Max sessional marks 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 500 Exam Dur Hrs 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Exam max marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 1000 Credits 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 4 58

03.101 Engineering Mathematics-1 Credits: 6 L-T-D/P:2-1-0 Module-1 Differential Calculus and Infinite series Successive differentiation-Leibnitz’ Theorem (with out proof)-Indeterminate formsL’Hospital’s rule-Curvature in Cartesian and parametric forms-Evolutes-Partial differentiation-Euler’s Theorem(with out proof)-chain rule-Maxima and minima of functions of two variables-Method of Lagrange’s Multipliers. Infinite series-Notion of convergence and divergence-Integral test-Comparison test-Ratio test-Raabe’s testCauchy’s root test-Test for alternating series-Absolute convergence(All tests with out proof). Module-2 Plane Analytical Geometry and Laplace Transforms Conics-Elementary properties and parametric representation of Parabola,Ellipse, Hyperbola and Rectangular hyperbola-Tangents and normals-Asymptotes of a hyperbola. Laplace Transforms-Properties-inverse transforms-convolution theorem(with out proof) Laplace transforms of unit step function,unit impulse function and periodic functions-Solution of O.D.E using Laplace transforms. Module-3 Matrices Rank of a matrix-linear dependence of vectors-solution of a system of linear equations-Consistency-Eigen value problem-properties of eigen values and eigen vectors-Cayley-Hamilton Theorem (with out proof)-DiagonalisationQuadratic forms-reduction to Canonical form. References 1. S.S.Sastry , “Engineering Mathematics Vol 1”, Prentice-Hall of India(P) Limited 2. B.S.Grewal, “Higher Engineering Mathematics”, Khanna Publishers 3. Michael D.Greenberg, “Advanced Engineering Mathematics”, Pearson Education 4. Sarveswara Rao Koneru, “Engineering Mathematics”,Universities Press 5. Lekshminarayan,Sunderem,Balasubramanian, “Engineering Mathematics”, Vikas Publishing House (P) Ltd. Note:The question paper shall consist of two parts. Part A will have ten compulsory questions, each having 4 marks. Part B will have 3 modules. Three questions (10 marks each) will be asked from each module and the students will have to answer two questions from each module.

E and H are at right angles. X-ray diffraction.Waves Sinusoidal waves : concept of frequency and wavelength. Chapter 12 of Ref.102 Engineering Physics Credits.6 L-T-D/P:2-1-0 Module 1 Chapter 1. 6] Chapter 3 – Crystallography Space lattice. [Chapter 9 of Ref. Chapter 4 of Ref. quarter wave and half wave plates. [Chapter 5. Maxwell’s equations in free space. Poynting’s vector and Poynting’s theorem. normalisation condition. expectation values. div and curl and their physical significance. three dimensional wave equation and its solution. negative and positive crystals. three dimensional grating. definition of grad. uncertainty in the frequency of light emitted by an atom. lattice constants.5. uniaxial and biaxial crystals. directions and planes. Newton’s rings arrangement with reflected light : expression for diameter of bright and dark rings. de Broglie wavelength. 3] Module III Chapter 7 . transverse nature of electromagnetic waves. primitive and non-primitive cells. Chapter 6 of Ref. Pockels effect. conditions for brightness and darkness with reflected and refracted light. 4 & Chapter 14 of Ref. superconductivity. interference in thin films. probability interpretation of wave function. Hamiltonian operator. plane transmission grating. Bravais lattices. Nicol prism. transverse vibrations of a stretched string-derivation. superposition of two coherent waves with a phase difference – theory of interference (trigonometric solutions). [Chapter 1 and 12 of Ref. Schrodinger equation as an eigen value equation. circular and elliptical polarization of light. temporal coherence and partial coherence. grating equation: sin = Nn .03. Faraday effect.2. Cotton-Mouton effect. magnetic properties of superconductors. calculation of thickness of thin films. coordination number and packing factor with reference to simple cubic.Quantum Mechanics The concept of matter waves. 3] Chapter 5 – Diffraction of Light Diffraction phenomenon. Fraunhofer diffraction at a circular aperture ( no mathematical analysis). resolving power . the onedimensional wave equation. prediction of electromagnetic waves.4&6 of Ref. eigen values and eigen functions of operators. Type I and Type II superconductors. 1. 3] Module II Chapter 4 – Interference of Light Coherence: spatial coherence. antireflection coatings. explanation of absence of electron in the nucleus. wave function. Chapter 5 of Ref. the seven crystal systems. 3] Chapter 6 – Polarisation of Light Linear. Miller indices.Rayleigh’s criterion. partially polarized light.Electromagnetic Theory The operator del. applications of superconductors. equation of continuity of time-varying fields. Bragg’s law. Chapter 10 of Ref. body centered cubic and face centered cubic crystals. inter-planar spacing in terms of Miller indices.6&7 of Ref. production of circularly and elliptically polarised light with theory. unit cell. analysis of light of unknown polarisation. air-wedge : expression for the diameter of a thin wire. production of polarized light by (1) scattering (2) reflection (3) transmission (4) selective absorption – polaroid and (5) double refraction. shift of fringes when a thin film is introduced in the path of one of the beams. transition temperature. interference filters. energy transport in wave motion. band theory of solids (qualitative study).Meissner effect. [ Chapter 11 of Ref. [Chapter 13 of Ref. postulates of quantum mechanics. Young’s double slit experiment using white light. quantum mechanical tunneling (qualitative study). Fraunhofer diffraction at a single slit. energy and momentum operators. [ Chapter 12 of Ref.4] . measurement of thickness of thin film. energy eigen values and probability distributions. time dependent and time independent Schrodinger equation. Kerr effect. Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle. Michelson’s interferometer : determination of wavelength of monochromatic light. deduction of Maxwell’s equations from the basic laws of electricity and magnetism. types of waves.2. the general solution of the onedimensional wave equation. 2. structure of sodium chloride crystal.7] Chapter 2 . Young’s double slit experiment: derivation of the expression for bandwidth. conduction current and displacement current. plane waves and spherical waves. number of atoms per unit cell. [ Chapter 1. particle in one-dimensional box. BCS theory (qualitative study ).

Beiser Arthur. Aswathy Publishers. Chand and Co. Computer simulation – study of E & H (Gauss’ law and Ampere’s law) Note:The question paper will consist of two parts. et. application of lasers. Kollam List of demonstration experiments to support theory 1. “Solid State Physics”. . 7] References: 1. absorption and stimulated emission of photons. [Chapter 9 and Appendix 4 of Ref. “Advanced Engineering Physics”.thickness of thin transparent film 10. Wiley Eastern Ltd. Srinivasan M. Bose-Einstein and Fermi-Dirac statistics. photon gas.diffraction at a straight wire/circular aperture 8. Laser – diffraction at a narrow slit 7. V). distribution equations in the three cases ( derivation in the case of Maxwell-Boltzmann statistics only). Laser . Jordan Edward C and Balmain Keith G.IV)”. out of which one is to be answered. Kipp Arthur F. [Chapter 14 of Ref.R. Optic bench – biprism – wavelength of light 6.al. 2.plane transmission grating – wavelength of light 4. semiconductor laser. basic postulates of MaxwellBoltzmann. Kshirasagar P. This may contain 20 questions of 2 marks each. Part 1 is compulsory for 40 marks. density of states. II). “Concepts of Modern Physics. cells in phase space. (Ed.. gas laser – He-Ne laser. Hassan T. There can be three questions from each module (10 marks each). Air wedge – diameter of a thin wire 3. Kittel C.4] Chapter 9 – Lasers Spontaneous emission. out of which two are to be answered. “A Text Book of Engineering Physics”. OR There will be two questions from each module (20 marks each). bosons and fermions. coherence in stimulated emission. pumping. derivation of Planck’s formula.Chapter 8 – Statistical Mechanics Macrostates and microstates of systems. optical resonant cavity..determination of wavelength 2. (Ed.A.. Spectrometer . Phasor Books. phase space . types of lasers: solid state laser . “Electromagnetic waves and radiating Systems”.Book Co. 2. Ghatak. numerical aperture : derivation. 3. 5. uses of optical fibre. Optics (Ed. Mc Graw Hill Int. This will cover the three modules. Premlet B. Vazhuthacaud.refractive indices of calcite for the ordinary and extra ordinary rays 5. 3. Michelson’s interferometer . Ajoy. New Age International Publishers 4.N.. Polarisation by reflection – Brewster’s law 11. Part 2 is for 60 marks. “Physics for Engineers”. Chapter 23 of Ref. metastable level. Mc Graw Hill Book Co. Tata Mc Graw Hill 8. holography and its applications. “A Text Book of Engineering Physics”. fermi level and fermi energy.Ruby laser. step index and graded index fibre. Chapter 7 & 8 of Ref.G and Avadhanulu M. Spectrometer. Computer simulation – superposition of waves 12.. free electrons in a metal as a fermi gas.. “Fundamentals of Electricity and Magnetism”. Michelson’s interferometer – wavelength of light 9. lasing media. optical fibre. Einstein coefficients and their relations. Newton’s rings . 7. population inversion. Prentice Hall of India. Trivandrum 9. 6.

I&II”.A.Potter. New Delhi.electrochemical series – determination of pH using glass electrode and quinhydrone electrode – galvanic cells – concentration cells – dry cell – lead storage battery – nickel-cadmium cell – H2-O2 fuel cell – polarization – decomposition potential .Merrit and J.Kuriakose and J.experimental determination of e.over voltage Corrosion and its control – theories of corrosion – galvanic series . “Engineering Chemistry “ 3. Estimation of dissolved oxygen. Determination of the molarity of HCl solution pH-metrically. Shashi Chawla.classification Adhesives – classification – preparation – Detergents – theory of detergent action Lubricants – theories of friction – mechanism of lubrication – solid and liquid lubricants – properties of lubricants – viscosity index – flash point and fire point – cloud point and pour point .Venkappayya and S.Gopalan.aniline value Polymers – classifications – mechanism of polymerization – general methods of preparation – compounding and moulding of plastics – elastomers – structure of natural rubber – vulcanization – synthetic rubbers – silicone polymers – application in electrical and electronic industries References: 1. Estimation of chloride ions in domestic water 3. 9.Kapoor. “Chemistry in Engineering and Technology. Potentiometric Titrations.f. 5.m. P. 6. Prentice Hall. “Instrumental Methods of Analysis”. “Engineering Chemistry” 8. Macmillan.Willard. Principles and Applications”. “Electrochemistry. 7. Determination of pH using glass electrode and Quinhydrone electrode . 10.L. Juhaina Ahad. E. R.Dean. New Delhi. 4.A.Nagarajan.Rajaram. and rotational spectroscopy and mass spectroscopy Module 3 Cement – manufacture of Portland cement – theory of setting and hardening of cement Fuels – calorific value – HCV and LCV – experimental determination of calorific value –nuclear fuels – fission and fusion reactions Explosives – classification of explosives – Rocket propellants . D. of cells and electrode potentials . H.03.ion exchange methods – desalinization process – purification of water for domestic use Pollution and its control – air pollution – water pollution – BOD and COD – sewage water and its treatment Instrumental methods of analysis – basic principles involved in thermogravimetry.differential aeration corrosion – stress corrosion factors affecting corrosion and methods of corrosion control– protective coatings – metallic coating . thin layer and paper chromatography – high performance liquid chromatography – gas liquid chromatography Module 2 Water treatment – soft and hard water – units of hardness – disadvantages of hard water – sludge and scales in boilers – priming and foaming – determination of hardness – EDTA and soap titration methods – water softening methods – internal conditioning – lime soda process – lime soda requirement . K. Preparation of buffers and standardization of pH meter. “Physical Chemistry Vols. “A Text Book of Engineering Chemistry” Demonstration Experiments 1. electronic. Estmation of COD in a sample of sewage water.chemical conversion coating . 4. I&II”. Estimation of available chlorine in bleaching powder.103 Engineering Chemistry Credits:6 L-T-D/P:2-1-0 Module 1 Electrochemistry – electrodes – electrode potential – origin of electrode potential – Helmholtz double layer – Nernst equation – reference electrodes – standard hydrogen electrode and saturated calomel electrode – cell emf – Weston cadmium cell . vibrational. “Material Science and Engineering-A First Course”. L.L.paints Chromatography – general principles – column.C. Determination of flash point and fire point of lubricant using Pensky Marten’s apparatus. 6. Estimation of copper in brass.Raghavan.C. 7. Van-Nostrand. Vols. 5. 8. 11. Estimation of iron in a sample of haematite. Cleaver-Hume Press. “Engineering Chemistry” 9. 12. Estimation of total hardness in water using EDTA 2.Jain. J. London 2.C. differential thermal analysis. V.

cone and sphere. Projection of solids : Projection of simple solids such as prisms. construction of plain. tetrahedron. Involute of a circle. sections of simple solids cut by parallel.I. “Engineering Drawing & Graphics” 5. inclination to the planes of projection and traces of lines. True shape of sections. “Engineering Drawing” 2. Students are required to answer any two questions from each module (iii) Distribution of marks ( Module I – 2x14. “Engineering Graphics” 3.D.6 L-T-P/D : 1-0-2 Module I Scales : Representative fraction. Isometric projections of cut solids – Prisms and cylinder only.104 Engineering Graphics Credits . Construction of hyperbola (i) given the asymptotes and a point on the curve (ii) given ordinate. pyramids. 03. “Experiments in Physical Chemistry”. Perspective projection of simple solids such as prisms and pyramids only. All questions are compulsory. Construction of Tangent and normal at points on these curves. “Engineering Drawing” 6. Gill. Each question carries 10 marks. Construction of parabola given the axis and base. Helix. diagonal and vernier scales. Tangent and normal at points on these curves.W. McGraw Hill Note: The question paper will consist of Parts A and B. Module III – 2x18. Determination of true length. Conics: Construction of conics when eccentricity and distance from directrix are given. cylinder. ELBS. “Engineering Graphics” . Hypotrochoids. Epicycloids and Epitrochoids. “Engineering Drawing” 4. principle of orthographic projection. Archemedian spiral and Logarithmic spiral. abscissa and the transverse axis.References: 1. Section of solids: Types of cutting. Part B will have three questions from each module. General Note : (i) First angle projection to be followed (ii) Question paper shall contain 3 questions from each module.construction of ellipse: (i) given the major axis and foci (ii) given the major axis and the minor axis (iii) given a pair of conjugate diameters (iv) by the four center method. pyramids.Vogel. Note : Only simple positions when the axis is perpendicular to the ground and parallel to picture plane are to be discussed. pyramids.2x18. Total – 100) Text books: 1. Module II Projection of points and lines: Types of projection.R. N. “Engineering Graphics” 7. when they are placed in simple positions. octahedron and sphere. Auxiliary projections: Auxiliary projection of simple solids to satisfy given conditions. A. Fixing of plan and elevation of points and lines.P.Bhatt. Module II . Part A will have 10 questions with 4 marks each. Miscellaneous curves : Cycloids and Trochoids. cylinder. Thamaraselvi. Venugopal.Shoemaker and C. D. Perspective projection : Principles of perspective projection. K. Any two from each module will have to be answered. cylinder and cone (ii) cut regular solids Intersection of surfaces : Intersection of surfaces of two solids as given below in cases where the axes of the solids are perpendicular to each other : (i) Two cylinders (ii) Cone and a cylinder (iii) Prism and a prism Note: Only the cones where the axes are perpendicular to each other. K. Isometric Projection: Isometric scale – Isometric projections of simple solids like prisms. Development of surfaces: Development of surfaces of (i) simple solids like prisms. Varghese. Perpendicular and inclined planes.Gopalakrishnan. “A text of Quantitative analysis”. Module III Note : Treatment of topics in this module shall be such that the principles are explained with reference to simple problems. John. London 2.Garland. definition of perspective elements. cone.

Angular impulse. Space time and matter. Curvelinear motion. Reference :1. equations of equilibrium. Moment of a force. Kinetic energy due to combined motion. couple. Theorem of Pappus . Levelling instruments (Dumpy Level. MI of composite area. holding the staff. Beer & Johnston. Simple harmonic motion – free vibration – simple mechanical systems Features of vibrating systems – linear free vibrations. Newton’s laws of translatory motion. “Engineering Mechanics” 3. “Engineering Mechanics” 6.Ranging out survey lines-Taking measurement of a sloping ground-Errors-Tape correction problems. Plane motion projectile. Tilting Level and Auto Levels). Brief description of contour maps . Relative velocity – simple cases Module III (18 Hrs) Work power & Energy. examples. Module I (18 Hrs) Statics of rigid bodies – force acting on a body. “Engineering Mechanics” Note:Part A Compulsory questions . “Interactive Engineering Mechanics” 4. Work done by torque. and piston in a reciprocating engine wheel rolling without slipping. – Fundamental concepts. out of which two from each module should be answered ( 10 x 2 x 3 = 60) 03-106 BASIC CIVIL NGINEERING Credits 6 2-1-0-3 Module I Measurement of distance-Direct measurement-Tape & chain only. Radius of gyration. Benjamin. Vector approach Analysis of plane perfect frames – Method of joints and method of sections and method of sections Friction – ladder. Timoshenko. Moment of inertia of areas. principle of transmissibility of a force Classification of force systems Equilibrium of force. Module II (18 Hrs) Properties of surfaces – centroids of composite areas. Angular free vibrations. Irving H Shames. Computation of areas from plan. Parallel axes and perpendicular axes theorems. Motion of link. Levelling Staff (folding type only). Impulse momentum. wedge. Law of triangle of forces. Forces in flexible suspension cables. Product of inertia and principal moments of inertia.Centroid of solids. Analogy between linear. Hibbler. . Elements of vector Algebra Lami’s Theorem.03-105 ENGINEERING MECHANICS Credits 6 2-1-0 Review: (5 Hrs) Different formulations of Mechanics. Law of conservation of momentum. Differrential equation of motion. Principle of virtual work. Introduction to Distomat and Total Station . concurrent. Angular momentum. reading the staff. Mass moment of inertia of thin plates and composite bodies. Motion of lift. properties of couple Varignon’s theorem..How to make measurements. 10 Questions of 4 marks each Part B Three questions of 10 marks from each module. Motion of connecting rod.(description only)-How to make linear and angular measurements using total station. Equation of rotation. Gupta. Motion of connected bodies. Centrifugal & centripetal force. and curvelinear motion. “Engineering Mechanics” 2. Direct and indirect impact between elastic bodies and fixed plane. screw and belt friction. D’Alembert’s Principle. Forces in space. Resultant and equilibrium of non-concurrent coplanar forces. pendulum motion. Principal systems of Units.-temporary adjustment. Beam reactions. D’Alembert’s principle in curvelinear motion. principles of leveling-recording measurements in the field book-deduction of level-height of collimation method only. Collision of Elastic bodies. Dynamics: Combined translatory motion and rotational motion Instantaneous centre. “Engineering Mechanics” 5. coplanar force systems. Kinetic energy due to rotation.

initial and final setting times. Doors. 8.. “Surveying & leveling Vol.Cement mortar. sloping roof -Concrete roof. test for checking the quality of stone and brick (brief description). brick masonry. IS specification for the compressive strength of concrete. coarse aggregate-specific gravity.using mosaic tiles. S. Rangwala. Otto and Diesel cycles-Air standard efficiency IC Engines: Working and comparison of two strike and four stroke petrol and diesel engines. “Construction and Technology” 7. Kulkarni. wood and steel surfaces. properties.Clausius and KelvinPlank statements –concept of reversibility. Cement-mortar-IS Specification for preparation and determination of mortar strength . P.types of buildings-.Masonry-stone masonry. Narayanan and Lalu Mangal.C Punmia. –I” 2. “Introduction to Civil Engineering”. heat exchanged. bulk density. Importance of determination of the Safe Bearing Capacity of Soil(theory only). distember. porosity and void ratio. emulsion. Roofing. Air cycles: Carnot. Plain Cement Concrete (PCC) preparation-proportioning-mixing of concrete. Super structure:. “Building Construction” 6. particle boards and glass. Partition-Materials used for making partition-plywood. ceramic tiles. 03.general description of various systems using block diagrams and/or simple sketches – air system. granite and synthetic materials. marble. Foundation:different types (description only). New Delhi. PVC Sheet. Mat foundation¸ Pile foundation.enamel. Cement mortar plastering . V. tiled roof. First law of thermodynamics-concepts of internal energy and enthalpy. Zeroth law of thermodynamics-concept of temperature-temperature scales. “Building Materials” 4. throttling and free expansion. Combined footing. Thermodynamic processes – constant volume.Components of buildings.Selection of type of roof -flat roof. What is Safe Bearing Capacity of Soil?. Roy. Plastering. Phasor books Note: The question paper will consists of two parts. windows-materials used for the construction of doors and windows-wood. Tests to determine the qualities of fine aggregate-fineness modulus and grading curves. Part II is to cover 3 modules. process and cycle-work and heatthermodynamic equilibrium. These will be two questions from each module (20 marks each) out of which one is to be answered.6 L-T-P/D : 3-0-0 Module I Thermodynamics : definitions and basic concepts – system. Module III Concrete:Ingredients. “Building Construction” 5. AC Sheet. Elementary ideas on pre-cast and pre-stressed concrete constructions. Flooring. Test on Hardened Concrete to determine the Compressive Strength of concrete . Aluminium. timber roof. Steel-common types used in construction. It contains 10 questions of 4 marks each.107 Basic Mechanical Engineering: Credits .Module II Selection of site for buildings.consistency. IS Specifications. GI Sheet . “Surveying & Leveling” 3. isothermal. Isolated footing. Jha & Sinha. . Spread footing. Painting. Kenetke & S. aggregate-and water. fuel system. Part I and part II. Test of fresh concrete-Slump Test and Compaction Factor Test. “Fundamentals of Surveying” Prentice-Hall of India.p-v and T-s diagrams-work done. steel. change in internal energy. Part I is Compulsory covering the entire syllabus. adiabatic. References: 1. for 40 marks.Mild Steel. Selection of roof covering materials. state.cement.types of paint. ignition system and governing system.How to prepare the surface for painting-plastered . HYSD Steel and their properties. polytropic processes.K. Qualities of ingredients (brief description only). Reinforced Cement Concrete(RCC)-advantages of RCC over Plain Cement Concrete. Rangwala. Second law of thermodynamics. Moorth. Cement. T. S. availability and entropy. B.

This may contain 20 questions of 2 marks each or 10 questions of 4 marks each.phasor representation of three phase circuits .power and power factor in ac circuits . Manufacturing processes: Elementary ideas of moulding.Module II Steam : Properties.generation of three phase voltage . Phaser representation of alternating quantities .I Elementary concepts . formation of network equations by node voltage and mesh current methods. References 1. Roy and Choudhary. rolling. flux density. Or there will be 2 questions from each module (20 marks each) out of which one is to be answered. tapping.Faradays laws.Kirchoffs current law .average and rms values .entropy of steam. given necessary data). Benjamin.j notation . Refrigerants. drilling. turning. Measurement of power . boring. Q factor. series and parallel resonance.Babcock and Wilcox boiler. taper turning. There can be 3 questions from each module (10 marks each) out of which 2 are to be answered. “Fundamentals of IC Engines” 3. reluctance . surfacing.Kirchoffs voltage law. comparison and fields of applicationvelocity ratio-friction disc. Compounding-Velocity compounding. Air Conditioning – Comfort and Industrial air conditioning-typical air conditioning unit (general description only). Functions and uses of boiler mountings and accessories.waveforms frequency . “Elements of Mechanical Engineering” 4.Phaser representation . CFC free refrigerants. shaping. Amstead. Gas turbines : Working principle of open and closed cycle gas turbines . Ostwald and Begeman.simple problems.three wire and four wire systems.definitions of terms. gear and deep well pumps. die casting. field strength. Psychrometry.generation of alternating currents . honing. single plate clutch. Alternating current fundamentals . thread cutting.T-s diagram – simple problems (such as calculation of dryness fraction. Pressure compounding. gear trains (no derivations). Review of electromagnetic induction . grinding. Matrix representation . Lenz' law. High pressure boilers.active and reactive components.period . Gill. Part II is to cover 3 modules. Measurement of energy . coining.Measurement of active and reactive power in single and three phase circuits. Elementary ideas of simple impulse and reaction turbines. milling. enthalpy and entropy. Refrigeration: Vapour compression refrigeration system.form factor.MMF.solution of network equations by matrix methods. RC and RLC circuits. soldering and brazing (simple sketches and short notes only) Pumps : Working principles of reciprocating. broaching.energy meter. Self and mutual induction s inductance. Spalding and Cole. Magnetic Circuits . sand casting. 03. Part I is to be compulsory for 40 marks. Statically induced and dynamically induced emf. reaming. “Manufacturing processes” 5.rectangular polar and exponential forms. Steam boilers: Classification – Cochran boiler. rope and gear drives-types. Solution of RL. forging. Different waveforms. centrifugal. Note : Lectures are to be supplemented by demonstration in laboratories. welding.applications Module III Mechanical Power transmission systems: Belt. stamping. “Basic Mechanical Engineer Note: The question paper will consist of two parts. Smith and Zuirys. “Engineering Thermodynamics” 2. . Three phase systems . extrusion. applications – criteria for selection of pumps. wire drawing. punching and blanking.star and delta connection relation between phase and line values of voltage and current . stardelta conversion. Analysis of simple ac circuits – Concept of impedance and admittance . lapping.108 Basic Electrical Engineering Credits 6 2-1-0 Module .

wave and geothermal energy. Effect of power factor . energy efficient lamps and control accessories for vapour lamps. wind. Primary and secondary transmission and distribution systems.III DC machines .Principle of operation .simple problems. Characteristics of different types of lamps .different types of LT and HT consumers . V. “A Text Book of Electrical Technology. New Delhi. 2002. AC motors . dynamic & static resistance. principle of working and V-I characteristics of Zener diode. V-I characteristics. Transformers . colour code. LJ Nagrath. colour code.uniform tariff and differential tariff. Kollam. ML Soni. Edward Hughes. US Bhatnagar and A Chakrabarthy.L. B.Losses and efficiency of transformers . principle of low power transformers.three phase and single phase induction motors. (b) Bipolar junction transistors: NPN & PNP transistors. specific uses of common collector configuration. 2. Economics of generation . typical range of values and voltage ratings of different types of capacitors (c) Inductors: construction of single layer. Tariffs .Module . tidal. metal film resistors. Electrical and mechanical characteristics and application of dc series. 5. diversity factor.tariff schemes . electrolytic (Teflon) capacitors. concepts of common base. Storage batteries . B. wire wound resistors. Part-B is to cover 3 modules for 60 marks. “A Text Book on Power System Engineering”. tolerance.plate and pipe earthing. charging and discharging. comparison of performance parameters with BJT. Prentice Hall of India. Earthing of installations necessity of earthing .principle of operation . Renewable energy sources . definition of parameters. comparison of three configurations with reference to voltage & current gain input & output resistances. formation of barrier potential.II Methods of bulk generation of electric power.constructional details of single phase and three phase transformers . concepts of Input & output resistances. working of NPN transistor.hydroelectric. Passive components (a) Resistors: concepts of fixed & variable resistors. (50% choice. Schematic layout of LT switchboards. Current gain of each. Pearson Education. input & output characteristics of N channel JFET under common source. Note : The question paper will consist of two parts. power rating & tolerance. Synchronous motors .All day efficiency . structure. 1992. Phaser Books. DP Kothari. forward and reverse biasing. shunt and compound motors . Protective fuses. fixed & variable. S Chand & Co. TEXT BOOKS 1. construction. “Electrical and Electronic Technology”. Premlet. vapour lamps -fluorescent. 2. Construction of mica and ceramic capacitors (disc & tubular). REFERENCES 1. 2000.applications. Rajath Publishers.constructional details . typical doping concentration.typical electrical power transmission scheme . TP Imthias Ahmed. “A Basic Course in Electrical Engineering”.EMF equation . Active components (a) Diodes: PN junction diodes. Module .substation equipments. 1990. common emitter & common collector configurations. Bulk transmission of electric power . Construction.incandescent lamps. Volume I”.109 Basic Electronics Engineering Credits:6 L-T-D/P:2-1-0 (Analysis and derivations not required) Module I 1.types of generators. & LED. input & output characteristics of common emitter configuration.load factor. Different methods of wiring for LT installations. Thereja. multilayer and variable inductors. (c) Junction Field Effect Transistors: N & P channel JFETs. Mitlle.substations . New Delhi 1997. Block schematic of layout of generating stations . Francis M Fernandez.solar. Ernakulam. Energy conservation methods. ELCBs and switches. sodium vapour and metal halide lamps. 3.emf equation . 4. Solar cell. principle of Photo diode. plant factor. mercury vapour.N.rotating magnetic field . PU Guptha. “Basic Electrical Engineering”. 03. typical doping.CT and PT. TMH.lead acid and nickel cadmium batteries. coal fired and gas based power plants. (b) Capacitors: different types. “Theory and Problems of Basic Electrical Engineering”. MCBs. characteristics. construction. Part – A is to be compulsory for 40 marks (10 questions of 4 marks each). Principle operation of dc motors. “Introduction to Electrical Engineering”. 2.need for high transmission voltage . structure. power rating. standard values.principle of operation of dc generator . One out of two or two out of four from each module). specifications and maintenance.applications. Dhanpath Rai & Sons. .

4. Kollam Note: The question paper shall consist of two parts. AB power amplifier. (c) Integrated circuits: Advantages of ICs. sky & space. (d) Principles of satellite communications: concept of geo-stationary satellite. Electronic circuits & systems (a) Rectifiers & power supplies: bock diagram description of a dc power supply. uses of CRO. (d) Transducers. memory. Universal Book Stall. B. .Schoenbeck. “Electronic Devices & Circuits”. frequency bands used.Bogart. 6. applications of Radar. advantages of cellular communications. yagi antenna. MSI. factors affecting range. (g) Principles of mobile communications: basic principles of cellular communications. components of a typical satellite. interlaced scanning. N. functions of each unit. FM & their bandwidths.Bhargava. “Introduction To Electronics and Communications”. concepts of AM & FM. Typical uses. Three questions (10 marks each) will be asked from each module and the students will have to answer two questions from each module. OR. PAL system standards used in India. “Communication Engineering”. advantages of satellite communication. basic principles of cable TV. rectifying action of diodes. (b) Amplifiers & Oscillators: circuit diagram & working of common emitter amplifier. NOR and EX-OR gates. Working of CRT. Universal Book Stall.J. (f) Principles of microwave links: frequency bands used.H. use as inverting and non inverting amplifier. References: 1. need for modulation. concepts of SSI. block diagram of PAL TV transmitter & receiver. block diagram concepts of earth station transmitter & receiver & transponder. Software. (b) Principles of colour television: Standard TV channels. “Electronic Communications”. R. need of proper biasing. input & output units. block diagrams of AM & FM transmitters. concept of voltage gain and 3dB bandwidth. principle of working of series inductor and shunt capacitor filters. working & uses of multimeter block diagram of digital multimeter. New Delhi. Delhi. 2. NOT. Gopakumar. conceptual differences of Hardware. need of voltage regulator. NAND. T. (e) Principles of optical communications: Block diagram of the system. circuit diagram and working of common source JFET amplifier. block diagram of transmitter.T. concepts of feedback. concepts of cells. source (LED) & detector (photo transistor). Umesh Publications. concept of gain & bandwidth.F. advantages of optical communication. frequency range in each. “Basic Electronics”. A.Module 2 1.M. New Delhi. LSI & VLSI circuits.Phasor Books. Block diagrams of AM & FM superhetrodyne receivers. working of a single ended class A power amplifier. Part A will have ten compulsory questions. principle of resistance & condenser microphone and moving coil loudspeaker. function of each component in the circuit. frequency reusage. working of simple zener voltage regulator. each having 4 marks. truth table and symbol of AND. “Basic Electronics and Linear Circuits”.Kumar.N. use of thermistor for temperature measurement. (e) Principles of digital computer: block diagram representation of digital computer. . concepts of class A. Prentice Hall of India. Part B will have 3 modules. (c) Principles of pulsed radar: Block schematics of pulsed radar. Vdc ripple factor & peak inverse voltage in each case. symbol of operational amplifier. circuit diagram & working of half-wave & full wave (including bridge) rectifier. advantages of link communications. need of operating system. Santiram Kal. receiver & repeater. concepts of optical fiber. final equation for radar range. 2002. concepts of propagation through ground. wave forms & final equations of AM. 5. 3. Module 3: Communication systems: (a) Radio communication: electromagnetic spectrum. instrumentation & measurements: working principles of resistance strain gauge. Block diagram of CRO. working principles of Wien bridge and Hartley oscillator. final equations of Vrms.

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