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Semester One 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 100011 100021 100031 100040 100051 100061 100071 Engineering Chemistry I Engineering Physics I Engineering Mathematics I Engineering Graphics Elements of Engineering I Computer Programming I Workshop Practice I TOTAL 2 2 3 2 3 3 15 1 1 2 4 2 2 3 15 3 3 5 6 5 5 3 30 5 5 8 8 8 8 3 45 10 10 10 20 20 20 100 15 15 15 20 20 20 75 75 75 60 60 60 2 2 3 4 3 3 -

Semester Two 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 100012 100022 100032 100080 100052 100062 100072 Engineering Chemistry II Engineering Physics II Engineering Mathematics II Engineering Mechanics Elements of Engineering II Computer Programming II Workshop Practice II TOTAL 2 2 3 4 3 3 17 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 13 3 3 5 6 5 5 3 30 5 5 8 10 8 8 3 47 10 10 10 20 20 20 100 15 15 15 20 20 20 75 75 75 60 60 60 2 2 3 3 3 3 -

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laminated plywood. natural rubber. Properties and testing of lubricating oils. complex formation tendency. Applications of polymers. Amorphous polymers. Strucural requirements of elastomers. S. thermocole. Hardness. bakelite. UF. classification. Resins and plastics. Softening of water (principles of external and internal treatment).Dara 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 First Year B. cis and trans isomer. Polymers.First year of Bachelor of Technology All Branches : Semester One Engineering Chemistry 1 1 2 3 4 5 Water Treatment Hard and soft water. polyamide. Numericals to calculate hardness from analytical data and EDTA estimation. Classification. Tech -2005-06(Syllabus) 2/15 . polyster. units. synthetic rubbers – polyurethane. spectral and magnetic properties. common thermoplastics & thermosets – polyethylene. Crystallinity in polymers. Properties and drawbacks. Boiler problems. spectrophotometry Practicals: Determination of Total Hardness of water Determination of Chloride in water Determination of Soponification value of an oil Determination of Viscosity by Red Wood Viscometer Determination of flash point by Abel’s apparatus Determination of flash point by Pensky – Martins apparatus Reference Books: Engineering Chemistry. Plastics and Elastomers Introduction and definition of Polymers. Chelation and its applications. Structure & technological functions of polymers. Text Book of Engineering . Miscellaneous polymers –sponge rubber.types. Structure property relationship in polymers. Mechanism of lubrication. Transition & inner transition elements & their compounds Electronic configuration of transition elements. styrene & silicone rubber Lubricants Functions of lubricants. polysterene. M.Uppal Engineering Chemistry . polypropelyne PVC. vulcanization.M. application of transition elements Analytical chemistry Introduction. estimation by EDTA. Classification of polymers. experimental techniques. polytetra fluoro ethylene. Functionality. Jain and Jain. foam rubber. laminated plastics. compounds of plastics.S.

ultrasonic soldering. intrinsic carries. measurement of absorption coefficient-by single double source method. ultrasonic drilling.derivation. equipotential surfaces Lorentz force. coordination number. V. BCC and FCC. Miller Planes and directions. Sabine’s formula-.First year of Bachelor of Technology All Branches: Semester One Engineering Physics I 1 2 3 4 Crystal Structure Space lattice. Acoustics and Ultrasonics Elementary acoustics. intrinsic density. cathode ray tube. properties of ultrasonic waves. perpendicular. intrinsic conductivity.Khirsagar Solid State Physics . and inclined fields. electrostatic lenses. Barium Titanate. electron and hole concentration. crystal lattice and unit cell. flaw detection ultrasonic emulsification. NaCl. and drawbacks. Practicals: Study of crystal structure – 1 (Unit Cell) Study of crystal structure – 2 (Miller Indices) Characteristics of PN Junction Diode Characteristics of transistor Ultrasonic Interferometer Ultrasonic Flaw Detector Ultrasonic processor and cleaner Cathode Ray Oscilloscope Recommended Books: Engineering Physics .. acoustics of building echo and reverberation time absorption of sound. Fermi level in intrinsic semiconductor..N. R. electrostatics deflection. monoatomic cubic crystal system-SC. Ligancy and critical radius ratios of ligancy 3-12. Fermi-Dirac distribution function. intrinsic semiconductor at 0 K and at room temperature.K. diatomic crystals. Diamond. Bravais lattices. insulator and semiconductor. Tech -2005-06(Syllabus) 3/15 . Raghavan A Textbook of Engineering Physics. motion of electrons in uniform electric field – parallel. Electricity and Magnetism Concept of potential gradient. motion of electrons in the uniform magnetic fields— parallel. Ultrasonics: magnetostriction and piezoelectric effects. cavitations effect. electric and magnetic fields in cross field configuration.Avadhanulu. electron optics.Gupta Material Science and Engineering . Semiconductors The band theory of solids. and inclined fields. energy band structure of –conductor. acoustics planning of the auditorium.G. electron gun. electron distribution function. electron diffraction. bipolar junction transistor. velocity filters. perpendicular. packing factor. magneto static deflection. atomic basis. energy gap. cathode ray oscilloscope (CRO)-construction working and applications. M. atomic radius. Miller Indices.L. cring’s equation.CsCl2. electrostatic and magneto static deflection system. P.Gaur and S. Kittle 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 First Year B. production of ultrasonics by production by magnetostriction and piezoelectric method.Bethe’s law. depth sounding. classification of solids the energy band structure of some typical solids.

total differentials. U. Cone cylinder and quadratic surfaces or conicoid. Tech -2005-06(Syllabus) 4/15 . De’Moivres theorem. section of sphere by a plane.B.Pune Vidyarthi Griha Advanced Engineering Mathematics. Dr. tangent plane. Applied Mathematics 1. log (ax + b).Wartikar .Jungam. Indeterminate forms and L Hospital rule. Serret Frenet formulae curvature. Sin (ax + b). Taylor’s and Maclaurin’s series. Cartesian. P. Maxima and minima of a function of two variables. cos (ax + b). composite functions and implicit functions. shortest distance between two lines. polar and exponential form of complex number. Euler’s theorem on homogeneous functions with two and three independent variables. Errors and approximations. Power and roots of exponential and trigonometric functions.Patil 1 2 3 4 5 First Year B. G.Kumbhojkar-C. Equation of straight line angle between two lines. Sphere. Lagrange‘s and Cauchy’s mean value theorem. torsion.Grewal-Khanna Publications A Text Book of Applied mathematics.N.Jamnadas & Co. inverse trigonometric functions. Differential Calculus Successive differentiation of nth derivatives of function such as (ax + b) m . Idea of convergence and divergence series. eax sin (bx + c). normal plane and rectifying plane.N & J. Reference Books: Higher Engineering Mathematics. Theorems on derivatives of sum and product.V. (ax + b) -1 eax. Vector Algebra and Vector Calculus and Solid Geometry Vector triple product and product of 4 vectors. Rolles theorem. K. eax cos (bx + c). osculating plane. Leibnitz’s theorem. Dr.B. Mean value theorems. Erurin Kreyszing – Wiley Eastern Limited Applied Mathematics 1.P. Partial Differentiation Partial derivatives of first and higher order. Hyperbolic and logarithmic functions. Curves in space.First year of Bachelor of Technology All Branches : Semester One Engineering Mathematics I 1 2 3 4 Complex Numbers Argand diagram. Equation of plane angle between two planes. Differentiation of a vector function of a single scalar variable.S.

House Machine Drawing by N. S. parabola and hyperbola. partial section. geometrical constructions and tangential arcs (01) Engineering Curves Ellipse. Prentice Hall of India. tetrahedron. Engineering Curves (01) Projections of solids (01) Sections of solids (01) Development of Lateral Surfaces (01) Orthographic Projections & Sections (02) Isometric Views (01) Reading of Orthographic Projections & Sections (02) Building Plan & Section (01) Recommended Text Books: Engineering Drawing – Plan & Solid Geometry by N. half section.D. Shah & B. pyramid.H. cylinder & cone with inclined to both H. Projection of planes inclined to both the reference planes( excluding H. Charotal Pub. Involute by various methods including their tangents and normals (02/20) Projections Projections of points and lines to both the reference planes including HT and VT ( excluding application problems). prism. conventions.P and V. dimensioning system as per I.T) Projections of Right Regular Solids Cube. hollow and composite solids) Orthographic Projections Multi-view orthographic projections of simple machine parts by first angle method of projection( 02/20) Sectional View Sectional view of simple machine parts ( full section. Rana. offset section.B. Pearson Education Engineering Drawing 1 & 2 by N. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 First Year B. Tech -2005-06(Syllabus) 5/15 .C.P. by Focus directrix Method & Rectangle Method. Dubey Nandu Book House Reference Books Engineering Graphics by Glesecke & others Macmilan Publishers Engineering Graphics by Thomas E.Bhat Engineering Drawing by M.D.T and V.( excluding spheres. Cycloid.First Year of Bachelor of Technology All Branches 1 All Branches : Semester One Engineering Graphics-1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Introduction Drawing instruments. French & others – McGraw Hiel Publishers Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing by Warren J Luzadder. symbolic lines. removed and revolve sections) (01/10) Isometric Views Practicals All the drawings should be prepared during the practical class hours using half imperial drawing sheets.Bhat. lettering.

phaser diagram. mechanical and electrical units. series-parallel magnetic circuits. star and delta balanced systems.Vincent Deltoro PHI Principles in Electrical Engineering. Loop and nodal analysis.C. A.RLC series parallel circuits. emf equation Three phase induction motor Construction. Magnetic Circuits BH Curve. Superposition Theorem. series and parallel resonance Three Phase Balanced System Three phase voltage generators and waveform.( problems based on above topics) D. Networks Star-delta transformation. Power energy and relationship between Thermal.First Year of Bachelor of Technology All Branches 1 All Branches : Semester One Elements of Engineering -1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Introduction Effect of temperature on resistance.RC. series-parallel combination of network. power & power factor. Kirchoff’s law. R-L. Circuits Sinusoidal voltage and current waveforms .C. Thevenin’s & Noratons theorem. principle of operation Practicals Verification of Kirchoff’s Current and Voltage Law Verification of Superposition theorem Verification of Thevenin’s Theorem and Norton’s Theorem Study of Single Phase series and parallel circuits Verification of voltage and current relationship of Balanced Star and Delta networks Study of series Resonance Reference Books Principle of Electrical Engineering . principle of operation. Tech -2005-06(Syllabus) 6/15 . self inductance. mutual inductance and emf induced due to self and mutual inductance. hydro & nuclear power stations Single phase transformer Construction.Parker Smith. Work. A. Resistance temperature coeff. expression for eddy current loss. RMS and average value. coeff of coupling energy stores. maximum power transfer theorem. phase diagram power in a three phase circuit Generation of Electricity Basic concepts about thermal. Oxford university 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 First Year B. Inductance. Relationship between phase and line quantities. S.

D. Banking applications – fixed deposit interest calculations. Recursion Arrays One dimensional. Reference Books Programming Language. quadratic roots etc. data types.Rajaram. Looping. M. Do.Ritchie . Basic input and output Basics input and output. quick sort algorithm.Kernighan. their limitations. their initialization & manipulation Strings String processing Structure and Unions Basic of structures. Text processing – extracting of words. Herbert Schildt .Bhave. Programming constraints: Selection. While Functions Parameter passing. Algorithm. Matrix manipulations using real and complex elements. Two dimensional and multi dimensional arrays. looping structures – For. searching sorting of words. bubble sort. Algebraic problem – Newton Raphson.Patekar. Array based searching sorting – binary search. Language evaluation criteria. PHI C The Complete Reference. precedence of operators. initialization File Management Low level file access error handling Practicals Each candidate shall submit a journal in which the candidate has recorded at least 15 programs based on the topics given below. Recursion – factorial calculation. variable names. Operators Operators & expressions. loans repayments. if –else. Programming paradigm. Enumerated data types and sets.TMH 1 2 3 4 5 First Year B. Schaum’s . B.TMH Fundamentals of Programming Language. The programs can be implemented in Turbo C/Microsoft ANSI C.M. Use of pointers. Tech -2005-06(Syllabus) 7/15 . S.A. Practices and attributes of good programming languages Data Types Character set. Nandu Programming With C . formatted input and output Control Structure Concept of a block statement. if. constants and declaration.First Year of Bachelor of Technology All Branches 1 All Branches : Semester One Computer Programming-1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Programming paradigms Role of programming languages. V.P.W. Sequence. Study of internal and external Dos commands.PHI Computer Programming UNIX &C . switch.

center punching. threading dies. taper turning Term work to include one simple job involving above mentioned operations Electrical board wiring House wiring. block masonry. tinning and soldering techniques Sheet metal and brazing Use of sheet metal working hand tools. spanners. tee and union etc. tee. english and flemish bonds. PCB etching and drilling. drilling. chipping. chisels and gauges for construction of various joints Term work to include one simple job involving a joint Demonstration for wood turning and report writing Forging (smithy) At least one job for change of cross sectional area like round into rectangular or making a ring from a round bar Welding Edge preparation Term work to include one simple job having lap or butt welding of plates or fillet welding Plain turning Operations: simple turning. tapping Term work to include one simple job involving above mentioned operations Carpentary Use and setting of hand tools like hack saw. cutting. Masonry Use of mason's tools like trowel. Tech -2005-06(Syllabus) 8/15 . staircase wiring. wrenches. plumb. Demonstration of mortar making. step turning. jack plane. demonstration of preparation of a domestic plumbing line involving fixing of a water tap and use of coupling. hammers. cutting. line and pins etc. spirit level. single and one and half brick masonry. filing. square. elbow.First Year of Bachelor of Technology All Branches 1 Fitting All Branches : Semester One and Two Workshop Practice I and II 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Use and setting of fitting tools for marking. three-phase wiring Printed circuit boards Layout drawing. go-down wiring. +ve and -ve film making. bending and spot welding Plumbing Use of plumbing tools. pointing and plastering First Year B.

metals as reducing agents in extraction process Alloys: Steel & alloy steels. M M Uppal 3 Engineering Chemistry. use of protective coatings (metals & paints) 2 Fuels Definition & classification of fuels. cathodic protection. Octane Number. Cetane number. cause & effect of corrosion. water power. Solid waste materials. pitting. electrochemical or wet corrosion. differential aeration corrosion. tidal power 3 Petroleum & PetroChemistry Petroleum. refining. Cracking – thermal & catalytic Petrochemicals Alkanes – Alkenes. types of carbonization of coal Gaseous fuels: composition and properties of natural gas. Dulong’s formula with numerical problems Coals. microbial corrosion). Jain and Jain 2 Text book of Engineering Chemistry. duralumin. electric Cells. smelting. geothermal power. water pollution. Solder alloys 6 Environmental Chemistry Air pollution. primary Cell. fuels for IC engines. magnalumin. crevice corrosion. benzene & its homologous derived from petroleum & its fraction and their important related uses 4 Electro Chemistry Electrolytes. Industrial Insulators. soil. Diesel. analysis of coal: proximate and ultimate with significance.waste Practicals: 1 Estimation of iron in plain carbon steel 2 Determination of zinc in brass 3 Nickel in steel alloy 4 Determination of lime in cement 5 Nitrogen in fuel 6 Transport fuel adulteration Recommended books: 1 Engineering Chemistry.II 1 Corrosion and its Control Introduction to corrosion. Petrol. chemical or dry corrosion. radio active Pollution. under ground corrosion. Cycloalkanes. Units. carbonization of coal. Corrosion control: Prevention of corrosion by material selection and design. fuel cells 5 Metallurgy & Alloys Ore concentration. refining of crude petroleum oil. e . LPG and coal gas Other sources of energy: wind power. metal extraction by electrolysis. calorific value: high and low C. water line corrosion. Aviation gasoline. pollution by noise. S S Dara First Year of B Tech … Semester Two … Syllabus 9/15 . characteristics of good fuel.V. pollution by motor cars and air crafts. types of electro chemical corrosion (galvanic corrosion.First Year of Bachelor of Technology All Branches : Semester Two Engineering Chemistry . Secondary cell (battery) .

general conditions of interference.rays. Einstein coefficient. antireflection coating. acceptance angle & acceptance cone. Active medium. atomic mass unit. pumping & lasing.First Year of Bachelor of Technology All Branches: Semester Two Engineering Physics – II 1 Interference Superimposition of waves. step index multimode fiber. natural radioactivity. Moseley’s law. the nuclear force. activity of radioactive substance. importance of total internal reflection. constructive & destructive interference. condition for light amplification. double slit and multiple slit. diffraction grating. binding energy. solid state laser. nuclear fission & fusion Practicals: 1 Newton’s rings 2 Wedge shape method 3 G M Counter – I (inverse square law) 4 G M Counter – II (optical activity) 5 LASER diffraction 6 Study of fibre optics 7 Fibre optics educator Recommended books: 1 A text book of optics. properties. population. numerical aperture. Bragg’s law. testing of optical flatness of surface 2 Diffraction Fraunhofer and Fresnel. Nuclear density. Jenkins and White 4 Nuclear Physics. characteristic of diffraction grating and its application 3 Optical fiber Total internal reflection. Bragg’s x. radiation detector. Q value. Fraunhofer diffraction at single slit. ruby laser. determination of crystal structure. Characteristic of x. spontaneous emission. highly reflective coating. interference at wedge shaped film – reflected & transmitted rays. Newton’s rings. properties of x-rays.ray spectrometer. Kaplan First Year of B Tech … Semester Two … Syllabus 10/15 . graded index multimode fiber. requisite for laser system. N Subramanyam and Brij Lal 2 A textbook of engineering. population inversion. helium – neon laser. continuous spectrum. thermal equilibrium. stimulated emission. condition for laser action. origin of the continuous x. applications of x – rays 5 Laser Induced absorption. holography 6 Nuclear Physics Isotopes. mass defect. origin of the line spectra.ray spectrum. Single mode fiber. artificial radioactivity. M N Avadhanulu and P G Kshirsagar 3 Fundamental of optics. interference at parallel thin films – reflected and transmitted light rays. applications 4 X Rays Production of x rays. Characteristics and continuous rays.

DD’. (1/F(D. Das. (1/F(D.z)=0. B S Grewal A Text book of Applied Mathematics.q). linear differential equations of higher order with constant coefficients. F1(x. K P Patil and N M Kumthekar Advanced Engineering Mathematics. Chand Publications First Year of B Tech … Semester Two … Syllabus 11/15 . complimentary functions.D’)(e ax+by). Non homogeneous linear equation Recommended Books: Higher Engineering Mathematics. xV where V is a function of x only. S. method of grouping. sin(ax+b). xm.q)=0. properties of Jacobian Uses of Jacobian for evaluating integrals with transformation Evaluation of double integration by changing order of integration. exact differential equation and those that can be reduced to exact by use of integrating factors.I.p)=f2(y. particular integrals Generalized rule and P.D’)(x ryr). Bernoulli’s equation and equations reducible to liner equations. -C.q.. Dr U B Jangam. (1/F(D2. cos(ax+b). cos or sin( ax+by). Lagrange’s form Pp+Qq=R Transformation of variables. Method of multipliers. Partial Differential equations Formation of partial differential equation Methods to solve the first order partial differential equations of the type: F(p.I. for equation of type f(D)y = X where X = eax. F(p.K. Linear differential equation.D’2). eaxV. changing to polar form Applications of double and triple integration to area. mass and volume computations Differential equations Differential equations of first order and first degree.Jamnadas & Co. short method to find P. Applied Mathematics. P N Wartikar and J N Wartikar Applied Mathematics.First Year of Bachelor of Technology 1 All Branches : Semester Two Engineering Mathematics – II 2 3 4 Improper integrals Beta and gamma functions Error function Differentiation under integral sign Integral calculus Curve tracing. G V Kumbhojkar. Rectification of plane curves Double and triple integration Jacobian. Method of undetermined coefficients and variation of parameter method. Homogeneous linear equations. Cauchy’s linear homogeneous equation and Legendre’s differential equation. H.

acceleration time and velocity time curves and their applications Velocity and acceleration in Cartesian and polar co-ordinate system. uniform acceleration. moment of force about any point. pure rotation and plane motion of rigid bodies Instantaneous center of zero velocity and zero acceleration for bodies in plane motion 7 Kinetics of particles and rigid bodies D’Alembert principle.Concurrent force system. principle of conservation of energy Practicals 1 Simple Roof Truss 2 Bell Crank Lever 3 Simple Beam 4 Simple Jib Crane 5 Link Chain First Year of B Tech … Semester Two … Syllabus 12/15 . 4 Principle of Virtual Work and Forces in Space Principle of Virtual Work – application to link systems with single degree of freedom only. introduction to Graphic static’s. Parallel force system. Varignon’s theorem. center of gravity of wires bent in different shapes. motion along a plane curved path. semi-elastic impact. (without internal hinge). potential and kinetic energy and work-power energy equation. Application to problems involving wedge and ladders. Area Moment of Inertia and mass Moment of Inertia. Relative velocity 6 Kinematics of rigid bodies Translation. Forces in Space – 1. Type of supports. equilibrium of bodies on inclined plane. centroid of plane area. Resultant and equilibrium of concurrent force system. elastic impact. 2. Simple harmonic motion. screws and belt friction – only simple problems involving tension on both sides of pulley to be covered. non-uniform acceleration. plastic impact Work done by force. impulse momentum principle.First Year of Bachelor of Technology All Branches: Semester Two Engineering Mechanics 1 System of Coplanar Forces Resultant of Concurrent force system. General force system. Couple. Determination of reactions at supports for various types of determinate structures. Analysis of pin jointed plane truss by method of joints and method of sections. 2. tangential and normal components of acceleration. 5 Kinematics of particles Rectilinear motion. 3 Friction Laws of friction. Resultant of Parallel force system and General force system 2 Equilibrium of System of Co-planar Force Condition of equilibrium for 1. 3. Principle of conservation of momentum Impact of solid bodies. Moment of force about a point and about an axis. Projectile motion. distributed forces in plane. equation of dynamic equilibrium in linear and curvilinear motion Linear momentum. displacement time.

McGraw Hill 6 Engineering Mechanics.6 Screw Jack (Friction) 7 Shear Leg Apparatus 8 ‘g’ by falling weight method 9 Plane motion of bodies 10 M. Mclean and Nelson.I. McGraw Hill 2 Engineering Mechanics. A K tayal. of fly wheel 11 Compound pendulum 12 Torsional pendulum 13 Principle of conservation of energy (connected bodies with flywheel) 14 Stiffness of spring Reference books: 1 Mechanics for Engineers. McGraw Hill First Year of B Tech … Semester Two … Syllabus 13/15 . Timoshenko and Young. Pearson Education 4 Engineering Mechanics. Umesh 5 Engineering Mechanics. Schaum Outline Series 3 Engineering Mechanics. Singer. Beer and Johnston.. R C Hibbeler.

gear drives & friction clutches & brakes (types & applications only) Machine elements: power transmission shafts. drilling. continuity equation. surroundings & boundary. ocean thermal energy. shaft Recommended Books: 1 Basic Mechanical Engineering. reciprocating IC engines. no numericals) 4 Power absorbing Devices Reciprocating pumps & compressors. center lathe (basic elements. Newton’s law of cooling. G Shanmugam. Zeroth law of thermodynamics. chain. rope. flywheel & governor (types & applications only) 10 Impact of environment on engineering activities. Fourier’s law of heat conduction. thermodynamic properties. biogas. Stephen – Boltzmann law of radiation. Applications of steady flow. soldering & brazing methods and applications 9 Mechanical Devices Drives: Individual & group drives. concept of sustainable development Practicals: 1 I C Engine 2 Domestic refrigerator 3 Window air conditioner 4 Shell and tube heat exchanger 5 Solar water heating system 6 NC / CNC machine 7 Power transmitting elements: coupling. keys. axles. blowers. Concept of internal energy & enthalpy. energy equation to nozzles. conduction. convection & radiation. Tata McGraw Hill 2 Basic Mechanical Engineering. centrifugal pumps. wind. couplings. solar. New Age Publication 3 Elements of Mechanical Engineering. K Venugopal. no numerical) 5 Conventional & non conventional energy sources Thermal. emissivity & its value for practical interpretation. Conducting & insulating materials & their properties. biomass. grinding & power saw machines. Joule’s experiment. rotary compressors. energy. nuclear. turbines & pumps 3 Power producing Devices Boilers & Steam turbines. compressed air motor (theoretical study using schematic diagrams. hydraulic turbines. application of first law of flow & non flow processes & cycles. Macro & microscopic approach 2 Laws of Thermodynamics Principles of conservation of mass & energy. work. Dhanpat Rai & Co First Year of B Tech … Semester Two … Syllabus 14/15 . Mathur S B and Domkundwar S. introduction to NC / CNC machines 8 Introduction to metal joining processes Welding. belt. Units & dimensions. temperature & temperature scale. hydraulic. description of type of heat exchangers 7 Introduction to metal cutting processes Lathe. bush & ball bearings. heat. first law of thermodynamics. study of household refrigerators & window air conditioners using schematic diagrams (elementary treatment only. power. heat transfer. working principles & types of operations) drilling machine. gas turbines. gear. fuel cells (schematic of plant layout) 6 Heat Transfer Basic modes of heat transfer. tidal waves. lathe machine. processes & cycles. geothermal. study of pillar drilling machine (operation only).First Year of Bachelor of Technology All Branches: Semester Two Elements of Engineering II 1 Fundamental Concepts and Definitions Thermodynamics system.

design and implementation. overriding functions. abstract classes. void pointers. use of setting. manipulators (endl. storing image on the disk 9 File handling Files and streams. colors and pallets.First Year of Bachelor of Technology 1 All Branches: Semester Two Computer Programming – II C++ fundamentals (moving from C to C++) Data types. dynamic memory allocation. unary operator overloading. functions with default arguments. need for virtual functions. New and Delete operators. setw(). parameterized constructors. opening and closing a file. H Scildt. arrays. linked lists. object as function parameters. drawing. case study Practicals: 1 Simple programs to implement object passing and returning object 2 Class for complex variables 3 Data manipulation classes 4 Matrix manipulation class with operator overloading 5 String class 6 Programs on inheritance and its types 7 Programs on graphics and animated graphics Text Book: Object Oriented Programming with C++. Tata McGraw Hill First Year of B Tech … Semester Two … Syllabus 15/15 . pointer to functions and objects. referencing and de-referencing. functions. friend functions and friend classes 3 Object installation and cleanup Constructors. overloading of insertion and extraction operators. default constructors and copy constructors 4 Function and operator overloading Function overloading. filling and text functions. protected members. protected and public inheritance. setprecision). Pearson Education Reference Books: 1 The annotated C++: reference manual. THIS pointer. dynamic or late binding 8 Graphics Text mode graphics. pointers and memory management. input and output. 5 Inheritance Derived and base class. address operator. J R Hubbard. binary operator overloading such as arithmetic. ANSI base document. graphic mode graphics. pure virtual functions. types of heritance. drawing various shapes. private. animation using Getimage and Putimage functions. inline functions. constructor overloading. E Bslguruswamy. M A Ellis and B Stroustrap. McGraw Hill 3 Object oriented programming with C++. (single block and many small blocks of memory) 7 Virtual functions and polymorphism Polymorphism and its types. relational and assignment operators. text and binary files 10 Object oriented system development Programming language before object orientation and advantages of object oriented analysis. pointer variable. derived class constructors. constructors with default arguments. Tata McGraw Hill 4 The complete reference: C++. pointer to derived class object. difference between C and C++ 2 Objects and classes Data hiding and encapsulation. virtual base class and inheritance relationship 6 Pointers Pointer concepts. Schaum’s outline series. operator returning value. destructors. static data and member functions. accssing class members. M P Bhave and S A Patekar. member functions. preprocessor directives. private and public members. Pearson Education 2 Programming with C++. control structures.

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