UNIVERSITY OF PUNE

RULES & REGULATIONS, STRUCTURE and SYLLABUS

for

Ph.D. COURSE WORK

Under

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

1

RULES & REGULATIONS
Appendix for Revised rules for Ph. D under Faculty of Engineering
The candidates who have registered for Ph.D. Program on or after 11th July 2009 are governed by
UGC (MINIMUM STANDARDS AND PROCEDURE FOR AWARD OF M.Phil/Ph.D. DEGREE), REGULATION, 2009 PUBLISHED IN THE GAZETTE OF INDIA, DATED 11TH July, 2009.

Based on and adhering to this, University of Pune has formulated the Revised rules for Ph.D. and circulated vide circular no.406/2009 dated 29th December 2009. All the Procedures, rules and regulations regarding Short title, Applications, Commencement, Supervisor Eligibility Criterion, Procedure for Admission, Course work, Evaluation and Assessment methods etc. as laid down in these revised rules, are applicable to PhD Programs under Faculty of Engineering, University of Pune. The following guidelines are a supplement to these rules and regulations; for only those sections, which require better and adequate comprehension.

1 - COURSE WORK:
TABLE- 1
STRUCTURE FOR Ph.D. COURSE WORK (common

for all branches)
CREDITS

CODE

NAME OF COURSE

CONTACT HOURS

EXAMINATION SCHEME CONTINUOUS END TOTAL ASSESSMENT SEMESTER EXAM 50 100 150

700001

Research Methodology

5

5

700002

Seminar

10

50

50

100

5

700003

Faculty Specific Topics for Engineering Research Part-A (700003-A) Mathematics for Engineering Research Part-B (700003-B) Branch Specific Topics

10

100

100

200

10

Total

25

200

250

450

20

2

CODE 700003-B1 700003-B2 700003-B3 700003-B4 700003-B5 700003-B6 700003-B7

Branch Specific Topics Advances in Civil Engineering Advances in Mechanical Engineering Advances in Electrical Engineering Advances in Electro & Tel Engineering Advances in Metallurgy Engineering Advances in Instrumentation Engg. Advances in Printing Engineering

CODE 700003-B8 700003-B9 700003-B10 700003-B11 700003-B12 700003-B13 700003-B14

Branch Specific Topics Advances in Chemical Engineering Advances in Computer Engineering Advances in Production & Industrial Engineering Advances in Petroleum & Petro chemical. Engineering Advances in Architecture Advances in Information technology Advances in Biotechnology

R-1.1 After having been admitted, each Ph.D. student shall be required to undertake course work for a minimum period of one semester. The course work shall be treated as pre- Ph.D. preparation. R-1.2 If found necessary, course work may be carried out by doctoral candidates in sister departments / institutes either within or outside the University for which due credit will be given to them. R-1.3 The Ph.D. Course work for all branches under Faculty of Engineering shall be offered with credit system. R-1.4 The total credit requirement for entire course work shall be of 20 credits. Students are required to earn these 20 credits in maximum three semesters. R-1.5 The structure for Ph.D. course work for all branches under Faculty of Engineering shall be as given in Table- 1. R-1.6 The course, Faculty Specific Topics for Engineering Research will consists of; Part-A: Mathematics for Engineering Research, the contents of syllabus of which will be based on the advance topics from engineering mathematics. It will consist of minimum 15 units of 2 credits each. Part-B: Branch Specific Topics, the contents of syllabus of which will be based on the advance topics/technology pertaining to the branch. It will consist of minimum of 10 units with 2 credits each. 3

The candidate acquiring ‘F’ grade in a course shall be declared to have failed in that course. 2 AWARD OF GRADE: For each course.The students shall require to appear to earn the credit for 2 units from Mathematics for Engineering Research and 3 units from Branch Specific Topics. Repeat the course Incomplete-Absent for Exam but continue the course R. The student with F grade in any course shall have to pass the concerned course by re-appearing for the examination as and when it is conducted by the appropriate authority. R-2.3 FX Grade The grade ‘FX’ in a course is awarded by the research centre.2 F Grade The grade ‘F’ shall be treated as failure grade. The candidate acquiring ‘P’ grade in a course shall be declared to have passed that course. undertaken by the students.1 P Grade The grade ‘P’ is passing grade. he/she shall be assigned a letter grade based on the total marks obtained by him/her in all the heads of examination of that course. Table -2 Grade P F FX II Percentage of Marks obtained 50-100 Below 50 ------------------- Remarks Pass Fail Detained. 4 . The letter grades and the guidelines for conversion of marks to letter grades shall be as given in Table-2. if the student does not maintain the minimum attendance in the theory/class as prescribed by the University and/or his /her performance during the semester is not satisfactory. R -2. related to their area of research. selected in consultation with the guide and approved by the head of research centre.2.

course work shall be done by concerned and appropriate faculty of the Research Centre.3 5 . R.4 II Grade Grade ‘II ‘shall be awarded to a candidate in a course in which he has the minimum attendance as prescribed by the University and satisfactory insemester performance but could not appear for the end semester examination. Punctuality.1.1 The End Semester Examination for the theory course shall be of 100 marks and three hours duration.1 CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT: The continuous assessment of all the courses of Ph. R -3.R. Such a student shall have to appear for the ESE as and when conducted by the appropriate authority.1.2. The marks obtained shall be displayed on the notice board within 10 days of conducting it. It shall be of minimum 25 marks.3. There shall be minimum two class tests/assignments/case studies/quizzes for each theory course.3.1 Theory Courses: The continuous assessment of theory course shall be evaluated on the basis of the class tests/assignments/case studies/quizzes. Enthusiasm and aptitude of student in Preparing seminar / completing the report Marks 40 Marks 10 Marks 3.2 Seminar: The continuous assessment of seminar shall be based on the following heads.1. Performance of the student in the collection of the reference material and its understanding for seminar b.2.2. R-3.D. Head a.2. 3 COURSE WORK ASSESSMENT: The rules given below are specified for the examination scheme mentioned in typical Course Work Structure as given in Table. Such a student shall have to appear for the End Semester Examination as and when it is conducted by the authorities.2 Grade II shall be awarded to a candidate in a course in which he/she could not appear for the end-semester examination. R-3.2 END SEMESTER EXAMINATION (ESE) R. R-3.

student should earn passing grade in the examination of that course/seminar. conducting the examination. conducting the examination. student should pass in all the courses/ seminar of the course work.1 To pass the examination of a course/seminar.4 Faculty Specific Topics for Engineering Research The concerned and appropriate faculty of the Research Centre. 5. Research Methodology. Faculty specific Topics.2. preparing the schedule of the examination. Content and Quality of the seminar d. appointment of examiners and assessment. 4. shall review the End semester presentation and assign the marks based on the following heads c. awarding the grades for the ESE of the Course. RESULT: Based on the performance of the candidate in the course work. will be responsible for paper setting. assessment. awarding the marks for the ESE of the Course. Presentation and Viva-Voce 30 Marks 20 Marks The examiners will prepare the mark / grade sheet in the format as specified by the University of Pune.Research MethodologyThe Authority of the University of Pune will be responsible for paper setting. R -3. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6 . duely constituted by the head of Research centre. RULES OF EXAMINATIONS & PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS R.2 For successful completion of the course work. R.2.4. authenticate it. seal it. and shall submit it to the Head of the concern Research Center. R -4. the head of the research centre shall declare that the candidate has successfully completed the course work and accordingly inform University of Pune in due course of time.5 End semester presentationThe Research Progress Monitoring Committee. preparing the schedule of the examination.3.

Scope and objectives of research problem. Criteria / Characteristics of a good research problem. Multivariate statistics. Nonlinear analysis of system and asymptotic analysis. Sensitivity theory and applications. Other faculty members may attend and give suggestions relevant to topic of research. Sources of research problem. Moments and response curve methods. Performance under flow or motion conditions. 7 . Unit 4: Modelling and prediction of performance Setting up a computing model to predict performance of experimental system. Plotting family of performance curves to study trends and tendencies. Linear scaling for receiver and fidelity of instrument. Unit 3: Applied statistics Regression analysis. Role of DSP is collected data contains noise. Parameter estimation. Individual research proposal. Verifying if assumptions hold true for a given apparatus setup. Static and dynamic characteristics of instruments used in experimental set up. Institutional proposal Proposal of a student – a presentation and assessment by a review committee consisting of Guide and external expert only. Data collection using a digital computer system.D. Unit 5: Developing a Research Proposal Format of research proposal. Principal component analysis.SYLLABUS Ph. Multiscale modelling and verifying performance of process system. COURSEWORK UNDER FACULTY of ENGINEERING 700001: Research Methodology Teaching Scheme: Contact Hours: 5 hrs/week Credits: 5 Marking Scheme: Continuous Assessment: 50 Marks End Semester Examination: 100 Marks Objectives • Learn to focus on a research problem using scientific methods • Learn methods to devise and design an experimentation set-up • Learn basic instrumentation and data collection methods • Learn parameter estimation and related modelling methods Unit 1: Research Problem Meaning of research problem. State vector machines and uncertainty analysis. Errors in selecting a research problem. Unit 2: Basic instrumentation Instrumentation schemes.

experimental. Kedar Nath Ram Nath & co. survey. developing a Bibliography Methods of data collection – Observation. search engines and patent databases. C. including those that are not on the web Online tools – google. Software Engineering by Pressman ------------------------------------------------------------------- 700002: Seminar Teaching Scheme: Contact Hours: 5 hrs/week Credits: 5 Marking Scheme: Continuous Assessment: 50 Marks End Semester Examination: 50 Marks Unit 1: Formulating Problem Statement Overview of research process: Formulating the Research Problem. S. Problem statement – Conditions and steps in selecting a research problem. ‘Research Methodology: An Introduction’ by Wayne Goddard and Stuart Melville 3. The on-line Computer Science bibliography. CiteSeer. Developing the objectives. Advantages of their approach. ‘Research methodology: an introduction for science & engineering students’. preparation of the Report or Presentation of Results-Formal write-ups of conclusions reached. preparing the Research Design including Sample Design. Functions of literature survey. 6. Extensive Literature Review. the drawbacks of the papers (What is lacking – can be found in the sections such as future work) Generalize results from a research paper to related research problems Comparing the approach . 2nd Edition 4. ‘Research Methodology: A Step by Step Guide for Beginners’. Collecting the Data. characteristics of objectives Unit 2: Literature survey Overview – What is literature survey. ACM Digital Library.D. by Dr. How to get new ideas (Criticizing a paper). Finding material not on the web. R. IEEE. Generalization and Interpretation. Sharma. ‘Research Methodology: Methods and Trends’.Reference Books: 1.Identify weaknesses and strengths in recent research articles in the subject 8 . Creative thinking techniques. by Ranjit Kumar. Kothari 5. conclusion. contact methods. Find some/all of the references for a given paper. Survey papers. maintaining a notebook. Analysis of Data. Searching patents Unit 3: How to study a scientific paper Summarizing paper – Reading abstracts and finding ideas. Understanding the Key research area of interest. determining sample design Searching for publications – Publication databases. by Stuart Melville and Wayne Goddard 2. Finding a good problem: Top-down and Bottom-up approach. Coming up with a problem statement Defining objectives – How to find objectives. ‘Operational Research’ by Dr.

Schaum’s out line series. Murray R. Limiters Reference Books: 1. Lecture Notes and presentations ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 700003-A: Mathematics for Engineering Research Note: Each Unit is of 2 credits. plagiarism General advice about writing technical papers in English . “Mathematical Methods of Physics and Engineering”. copyright. Unit 2 : System of nonlinear equations Newton (and related) methods. S.Structure of a conference and journal paper.Tips for writing correct English Unit 5: How to present scientific paper Talk structure. review papers. McGraw Hill International Book Co. basic presentations skills Documentation and presentation tools – LATEX. A candidate has to take any two units (4 credits) Unit 1: Linear algebra Linear system solution: full and sparse matrices. S. New Delhi. bibliography. Sokolnikiff. 9 . Poster papers. references. “Advanced Mathematics for engineers and scientist”. and In-class discussion of technical writing examples. McGraw Hill 2. Spiegel. conclusion. ‘Advanced Mathematics for engineers and scientist’. Spiegel. McGraw Hill 2. least squares solution. I. Microsoft office. How to write a research proposal? How research is funded? Research ethics – Legal issues. discussion. New Delhi. chapter writing. Schaum’s out line series..Unit 4: Publishing a paper How to write scientific paper .. “Mathematical Methods of Physics and Engineering”. PowerPoint and SLITHY Reference Books: 1. Eigenvalues Reference Books: 1. I. how to organize thesis/ Project report. McGraw Hill Intl Co. Sokolnikiff. Murray R. how (and How Not) to write a Good Systems Paper: Abstract writing.

S. J W Thomas.Unit 3: Dynamical System Analytical and numerical solutions. Complex Analysis. I. N. Fourier transforms. Solution methods. FFT. residues. improper integral evaluation Reference Books: 1.. I. McGraw Hill Unit 5: Partial differential equations II Parabolic and Hyperbolic systems. New York 1972. “Mathematical Methods of Physics and Engineering”. Karhunen-Loeve transforms. I. Stability of numerical methods. Simulated Annealing. Springer Verlag Unit 7: Transform Techniques Laplace. Serge Lang. ‘Advanced Engineering Mathematics’. L Debnath: Integral Transforms and their Applications CRC Press. John Wiley and sons Inc. Reference Books: 1. “Mathematical Methods of Physics and Engineering”. S. Inc. S. Mathematical Methods of Physics and Engineering. Springer Unit 6: Complex Analysis Integration in the complex plane. “Numerical Partial differential equations: finite difference methods”. McGraw Hill 2. Erwin Kreyszig. Dynamical system stability Reference Books: 1. Swarm Intelligence 10 . 2003. multi grid and other efficient algorithms Reference Books: 1. 2nd Ed. Unit 8: Optimisation Linear systems with constraints. McGraw Hill. Sokolnikiff. 1-d and 2-d solution methods. Numerical Partial differential equations: finite difference methods. z-transforms. 2. R. Sokolnikiff. Springer 2. Applications. System analysis in transform domain. unconstrained nonlinear systems constrained nonlinear cases. 8th Edition. J W Thomas. Tabu Search. McGraw Hill 2. stability analysis Reference Books: 1. Other linear transforms. Sokolnikiff. Unit 4: Partial differential equations I Elliptic systems. Sneddon: The use of Integral Transform.

Random processes. hybrid computational methods. 2nd edition. Newton’s Interpolation Formulae. Jorge Nocedal and Stephen Wright. transmission techniques. media. S. Rao. Jorge Nocedal and Stephen Wright. Prentice-Hall of India. 4th edition.). (2009) Unit 9: Stochastic Processes Games theory. Probability and Statistic with Reliability. Moments. orthogonality. Trivedi. low and high frequency applications Unit 15: Finite Differences and Interpolation Differences of polynomial. Reliability and Random numbers. Springer. Poynting vector. analysis. Unit 11: Signal Detection and Estimation Signal Detection and Estimation. Reference Books: 1. Support Vector Machines Reference Books: 1. Wiley. Springer. Probability. Numerical integration. CDF and PDF. 2nd edition. interface conditions. Wiley. 4th edition.Reference Books: 1. wave types. Unit 10: Soft Computing Genetic Algorithms. Queuing and computer Science Applications. Models of random processes. Mathematical Modelling and analysis of various filters Unit 12: Switching and Queuing Theory Various models. Wigner-Viley distribution. Hyper Heuristics. Factorial Notation. S. “Numerical Optimization”. Springer. Design requirements and issues. 2005. Fuzzy Logic. 11 . Edmund Burke and Graham Kendall (Ed. Interpolation with unequal intervals. (2009) 3. limitations. “Search Methodologies: Introductory tutorials in optimization and decision support systems”. switching theory. Engineering Optimization: Theory and Practice. Unit 14: Computational Wave Theory Maxwell equations. Kishor S. Numerical differentiation. method of moments. Time series analysis and applications. performance issues Unit 13: Joint Time-Frequency Analysis Wavelet transforms and its variants. (2006) 2. Numerical Optimization. (2006) 2. S. applications. “Engineering Optimization: Theory and Practice”. Rao. Neural Networks. multi-resolution theory. S.

Runge Kutta method. 8th Edition Wilay Students Edition. K. -by Erwin Kreyszig. W. Markov process. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. and D. S.R-Chart. -by Erwin Kreyszig.Ray Wylie.Canale 3rd Edition Mc Graw Hill Publishers. 8th Edition Wilay Students Edition.B. R. Advanced Methods of Mathematical Physics -by R S.P-chart and np charts etc. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. Reference Books: 1. R. Unit 18: .-by Dr B. two dimensional heat equation and wave equation. Numerical Methods . Predictor -Corrector methods. Finite difference method of finding solution of one dimensional heat equation.C Chapra.S. Unit 16: Numerical Solutions of Ordinary Differential Equations Taylor Series Method.S Grewal. Introductory Methods of Numerical Analysis . 2. Tata.Canale 3rd Edition Mc Graw Hill Publishers. F. 2. Stochastic differential equations.by Dr. Higher Engineering Mathematics.P. . Morton.Kaushal and D.Statistical Quality Control and Stochastic Processes ~ Control charts: X Chart.P. Applications to Engineering problems. Solutions of Laplace and Poisson equation. Reference Books 1. 8th Edition Wiley Students Edition. 2. Simultaneous first order differential equations. Numerical methods for Engineers-by S. Euler’s method. Narosa Publishing House 2. 12 .Burret International Students Edition 3. Finite difference approximations to partial derivatives. Khanna Publishers.Grewal Khanna Publishers 3.Parashar. L. Numerical Solutions of Partial Differential Equations.by C.C Chapra.S. Markov chain. Runge’s Method. Numerical methods for Engineers. Solutions of difference equations.Reference Books: 1. Reference Books: 1. Mayers.C. Balguruswamy. Applications to physical problems. Numerical Methods. Unit 17: Difference Equations . Modified Euler’s method. -by Erwin Kreyszig. Mc Graw Hill 4.S Sastry Prentice Hall of India 3.

Recurrences. Planar and Dual Graphs. Applied Mathematics for Engineers and physicists by Pipes and Harvill International students edition. algorithmic strategies. Some Provably Intractable Problems. Applications of matrices for finite element methods. Numerical method for finding Eigen value and Eigen vectors and applications to mass spring problems and coupled masses. Amortized Analysis. Rajiv Motwani. Elsevier. Convex Hulls in the plane. Narosa Book Distributors Private Ltd (2001) 13 . -by O. Lower Bound on Numbers of Arithmetic Operations. -by Erwin Kreyszig. empirical algorithmics Reference Books: 1. Covering. 8th Edition. 2004 Unit-21: Randomized Algorithms Geometric algorithms and Linear Programming. Unit-20: Analysis of Algorithms Algorith Analysis.Orthogonal trans formation.Randomized incremental construction. “Design & Analysis of Computer Algorithms. Proof Techniques. Prabhakar Raghavan. “Randomized Algorithms”. and Partitioning.Stochastic Local Search Foundations and Applications”. PatternMatching Algorithms. G. Harray Frank. 2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics.”Graph Theory”. Graph Theoretic Algorithms and Computer Programs Reference Books: 1. Delaunay Tringulations. Hoos & Thomas Stützle. Integer and Polynomial Arithmetic. Linear programming Reference Books: 1. Parallel Algorithms. NP-Complete Problems. Reference Books: 1. Graph Coloring. Elementary matrix transformations linear transformation formations . Cambridge University Press Unit-22: Graph Theory Graph as mathematical model. Directed Graphs. Vector Spaces of a Graph Matrix Representation of Graphs. Duality. Holger H. Eigen values and Eigen vectors. Wilay Students Edition. random sampling.Unit 19: Matrices Definitions of various types of matrices.Narsingh Deo. “Graph Theory with Applications to Engineering and Computer Science” PHI Learning (2009) 2.Zienkiewicz. The finite Element method 3rd edition . Trapezoidal Decompositions. Tata Mc Graw Hill 3. Half-space intersections. Asymptotics.C. Enumeration of Graph. Binary space partitions. Morgan Kaufmann. Problems orizing from Markov’s stochastic process.

Performance guarantees in communication networks. applications to quality-ofservice intra-domain routing and to policy-based inter-domain routing in the Internet. Pearson Education. noisy coding.Each unit will have at least 1 assignment.Min-plus calculus: integrals and convolutions. Springer. “The mathematics of coding theory – information. Network calculus. compression. References: 1. Digraphs: theory. intersection algorithms and CAGD. Paul Garrett. Introduction to algorithms. Springer. noiseless coding. Arrival curves and token buckets. 2002 [Section 7. surfaces and volumes. 4. 2005 Unit-24: Mathematical Foundations of Computer Networks Basic algorithms on directed graphs. Thomas Cormen. computer aided geometric design (CAGD).flows and residual networks. and 3] 5. cyclic redundancy checks. [Chapter 1. FordFulkerson method and Edmonds-Karp algorithm. linear / Non-Linear regression analysis. Charles Leiserson. 2. The MIT Press 2001 [Chapter VI] 2.5] 3.3 and 9. Max-flow Min-cut theorem.Programming assignments will be based on engineering problems 14 . integers Reference Books: 1. real time algebraic surface modelling Assignments: . October 2005. Network flows . weighted shortest paths. Unit 26: Geometrical Modeling Measurements. Network calculus. entropy. Springer 2000 [Chapter 1 and 2] Unit 25: Correlations and Regression Auto correlation based on statistical methods. Cheng-Shang Chang. An algebraic theory of dynamic network routing. 2006. IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking.fixed-point equations. and Clifford Stein. Networks and routing algebras . Sobrinho. Jean-Yves Le Boudec and Patrick Thiran.Unit-23: Coding Theory Uncertainty. Ronald Rivest. Error correction and finite fields”. acquisition of information. 2th edition. 13(5). J. service curves and schedulers. sequential algorithm to solve the fixed-point equations. properties and relationships of curves. Jorgen Bang-Jensen and Gregory Gutin. generalized distance-vector and link-state routing protocols. algorithms and applications. L. . Applications to integrated and differentiated services in the Internet.

Ugural. functionally graded materials. Applications using proper software. Material and geometric nonlinearity. A candidate has to take any three units (6 credits) STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING: Unit 1 Three dimensional elasticity problems. classical theories of skew plates. Timoshenko and Goodier . modal analysis. Lateral buckling of beams. torsional buckling.Theory of Elasticity. codal provisions. Torsion of open section.W Clough and J Penzin – Dynamics of Structures. Design for reliability. Shell surfaces. Roy . dynamic stability Reference Books: 1. S. 2D and 3D applications in plane and three dimensional elasticity problems. seismic design of multistoried buildings. McGraw-Hill Publications 2. Theory of Plates and Shells. Ansel C..Structural dynamics. higher order shear deformation theories. Unit 4 Multi. Analysis of Plates.700003-B1: Advances in Civil Engineering Note: Each Unit is of 2 credits. laminated composites. Krieger.Structural Dynamics an Introduction to Computer Methods. buckling of frames. John Wiley & Sons Publications 6. Mc Graw Hill 8. Lardner . reliability based optimization. bending theory of shells. Unit 3 Finite Element Method. Reddy – An Introduction to the finite element method – Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Crandall. Kirchoff and Mindlin theory of plates. Unit 2 Mechanics of modern materials. Thermal Stresses. R.N.Nonlinear analysis of structural elements. Prentice-Hall Publications 4. Chandrashekhara K.C. Non linear and non traditional techniques of optimization.variable and Multi-objective optimization.Mechanics of Solids. Applications for beam. Anil K Chopra – Dynamics of Structures Theory and Applications to Earthquake Engineering. Analysis of plate and shell structures. R. New Age International Edition 9. Fracture mechanics. McGraw Hill Publications 3. McGraw Hill Publications 5. response spectra. S. Forced and Damped vibration. Timoshenko and W. 7. Ltd 15 . energy criterion and energy based methods. Dahl and T. Application to plate and shell structures. Mc Graw Hill. J. Stresses in Plates and Shells. N.Stability Analysis: Beam column. plates and shells.

Remote sensing and GIS applications. food control.. droughts. CRC Press. Robert D. New York 17.10. Practical handbook of GA applications. M. Zienkiewicz & Taylor .Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. design and management for water supply.S. Hydroinformatics. Reliability Analysis and Design of Structures. applications – Bose N. New York HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING: Unit 5 Water resources systems analysis. ‘Nonlinear Analysis of Structures’. Ranganathan. coastal hydrodynamics. 2. Unit 8 Hydraulics of spillways and energy dissipators. Mc Graw Hill. Allied Publishers Ltd 15. Chambers (CRC Press) 16 . watershed management. Krishnamoorthy – Finite Element Analysis – Theory & Programming . computer simulation and optimization of hydrosystems. 13. ground water pollution investigation.E. stochastic hydrology. hydropower. New Age International. static and dynamic uplift pressures in stilling basins.K. S.Rao. Ashwini Kumar. Timoshenko S. irrigation. U. Reference Books: 1. Ltd 11.Computational fluid dynamics. Plesha – Concepts & Applications of Finite Element Analysis – John Wiley & Sons. and and Gere J. Dam break analysis using softwares. algorithms. 16. applications of ANN and GA. M. ‘Optimum structural design’. drainage. application of numerical methods. 18.The Finite Element Method 4th Edition – Vol – I & II – McGraw Hill International Edition 12. finite element and boundary element methods. Mc Graw Hill.S. pressure fluctuations in hydraulic jump. physical and numerical modeling. ‘Engineering Optimisation. R. and Liang P (McGraw Hill) 5.Theory and Practice’.S. C.P. Cook.Surface and ground water hydrology. Principles of water resources planning and management – Goodman Applied hydrology – Linsley Kolhar and Paulhas (McGraw Hill) Computational fluid dynamics – Anderson Neural network fundamentals with graphs. D. 3.Sathyamoorthy. 4.McGraw –Hill. use of finite difference. Malkus. Unit 6 Instrumentation and monitoring of hydraulic systems. 14. multi criterion decision support system. Theory of Elastic Stability. Vol I – L.M. Unit 7 Ground water systems planning and management. Kirsch. Stability of Structures .

“ Fluid Dynamics”. “ Introduction to fluid Mechanics”. H. 12. Netherland. chemically aggressive environment. “Classical hydraulic jump : post jump depths”. 9. Marcel Dekker Publisher. “Graphical solution to hydraulic jump”. S.27(5). Khatsuria (Marcel Dekker Publisher. Bearing capacity of homogeneous as well as discontinuous rocks. dams. local site effects and design ground motion. Hager. Underground excavation and subsidence.fill. J. “Fluid Dynamics”. “Energy dissipators and hydraulic jump”. Unit 10 Rockmechanics and Tunelling Deformation characteristics of rocks and its measurement. its parameters and their estimation. Rao. strong ground motion. (2005). Kluwer academic publishers.Hydrodynamics 18. 1948 17.W. R. Field problems to monitor movement of slopes. Hydr.. GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING: Unit 9 Advanced Geotechnical Engineering Stress distribution under earth embankments and evaluation of settlement profile. 96(1). Seismic response. Advanced Foundation Engineering Foundations in difficult soils: expansive soils.. 11. R. H. Ground water systems planning management – Robert WillisHager. 103-108.R. Analysis of foundations. underground structures and earth retaining structures. New York) 7.. soft soils. Soil Dynamics and Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering Soil behaviour under dynamic loads. Vallentine . New York. Yuan – Fluid Mechancis. (1970). Hydraulics of spillwaysand energy dissipators. Charles E Morn’ll Books Inc. M. Fox and McDonald. John Wiley 14. Hydrodynamics of coastal zones – Massel S. foundations. Steeter. 13. seismic hazard analysis. Engg.Hydraulic jump stilling basins”. Netherland) 8. Bremen. Instrumentation. 10. Khatsuria R. (1992). Two. Hager (Kluwer academic publishers. W. Hydraulics of spillways and energy dissipators – R. Energy dissipators and hydraulic jump – W. (1989). 565-581. McGraw Hill. M. R. regions of subsidence.Three-dimensional formulations. J. Jeppson. Y. W. “Chapter 20. ASCE. Geoenvironmental Engineering 17 . H. Shames. 1962 16. Hydr. 1967 15. seismic slope stability Unit 11 Finite Element Methods in Geotechnical Engineering Stress deformation analysis: One-. W.6. Discretization.H.H. McGraw Hill. “Mechanics of Fluids”. Res. F. etc. L. I.

Standards. Design Aids in Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering. Designing with Geosynthetics. Koerner R M (1997). Environmental Geotechnics.C.W. Hsai-Yang Fang. 12. Water purification. Wolf J P (1985). Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering. Quantitative Seismology. Detection. Water quality indices. Introduction to Environmental Geotechnology. Sarsby R (2000). John Wiley and Sons 8. Aki K and Richards P G (2002). Stream & Effluent standards. Foundation Analysis and Design. 4. Methuen and Co. Poulos H G and Davis E H (1980). Kramer S L (1996). and in rocks. 15. unit processes. 18 . Coduto D P (2001). Engineering properties and geotechnical reuse of waste. Analysis and required measures Reference Books: 1. Unit operations. London.. University Science Books 2. McGraw Hill. Tata McGraw Hill 7. Kaniraj S R (1988).Landfills. Analysis and Design. Prakash Shamsher and Puri V K (1988).. Theoretical Soil Mechanics. in ash ponds and tailing ponds. control and remediation of subsurface contamination. J. Prentice -Hall 6. John Willey & Sons 11. Karl Terzaghi (1954). Principles of Soil Dynamics. 3. Thomas Telford 14. Prentice Hall 9. physical.G. John Wiley and Sons 17. Investigation reports. chemical processes. 10. Analysis of conduits. Prentice-Hall ENVIRONMEMTAL ENGINEERING: Unit 13 Water Treatment Water Quality: Requirement. CRC Press. Bowles J E (1996). Advanced Soil Mechanics. Das B M (1997). Rock Mechanics in Engineering Practice: Stag and Zienkiewez. Cook(1971). 13. Foundations for Machines. Das B M (1993). Chapman and Hall. Taylor and Francis. Prentice Hall 16. Foundation Design: Principles and Practices. Brooks/Cole 5. Interaction analysis of piles and pile groups. Dynamic Soil-Structure Interaction. Pile Foundation Analysis and Design. Non-linear load-deflection response. Jagger and N. Geotechnics for Infrastructure Exploration studies for different Infrastructure Projects. Unit 12 Soil Structure Interaction Elastic and plastic analysis of stress distribution on yielding bases. Elastic continuum and elastoplastic analysis of piles. Fundamentals of Rock Mechanics.

initial environmental examination (IEE). effects as per scales. First order. Waste water reclamation and reuse. Models for Streams: DO model for streams. Indoor air quality Models for Water and Air Quality Introduction to Mathematical Models: Modelling approaches to water quality classification and considerations in selecting models. materials. Waste Minimisation Techniques. Hospital Waste Management.Aeration. environmental impact statement (EIS). Coagulation & flocculation. Transfer Recycling and Disposal Techniques of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW). Reactions of pollutants Scales of AP studies. 1999. Attached Growth Biological Treatment Systems: TF. New Delhi. bioscrubers. Environmental impact assessment (EIA). Design of W/W treatment systemsPrimary. 19 Development. Unit 16 Remote Sensing. Sedimentation. Filtration: Adsorption. environmental audit (EA). Environmental impact factors and areas of consideration. Unit 14 Air Quality Monitoring and Control Techniques: Air pollutants: Sources.Manual on water supply and Treatment ". D. classification.O. GIS and GPS Techniques and their applications in Environmental Studies.. Characteristics. problems and strategies. Environmental Risk Management Reference Books: 1. Electrodyalisis.Streeter . Models for Estuary and Lakes. . Analysis:. Ultrafiltration. Different Reactors based on type of flow. Disinfection Wastewater Treatment Waste waters-Sources. Hazardous Waste Management. Sustainable development (SD). Ion Exchange Membrane Processes. atmosphere. USAB. secondary and tertiary. measurement of environmental impact. Onsite Handling and Storage. Expanded granular bed reactors. Classifications. RBC. environmental appraisal. Particulate emission control. Effects on Health. Expanded /fluidized bed reactors. Air sampling. Ministry of Urban GOI. Zero order. ASP.BOD progression & its formulations. Air pollution indices.. Ponds and aerated Lagoons. Sludge Digestion: anaerobic and aerobic. Removal of gaseous pollutants. Air quality models : Gaussian dispersion model. multidisciplinary environmental strategies. characteristics. Fundamentals of Process Kinetics.Pollutant Transport Mechanisms and Modelling. Benthal oxygen demand. pollution measurement methods. pollutant emission. Future strategies. legislation and regulations. Effluent disposal. Combustion Processes. Study of Mathematical Models. nature.Phelps model oxygen 'sag' curve. Collection. Generations. Softwares in Environmental Engineering. Activated Biofilters etc. Second order Reactions. Economic Evaluation of the Systems. RO. vegetation. Nitrification-denitrification. Regional air quality models Unit 15 :Environmental Management and Impact Assessment Environmental management. CPHEEO. Model requirements and limitations. biofilters. SWM:Waste Management -Sources. Ambient air quality and emission standards. Air Act. adsorption.

6. Cost / Resource based networks. McGraw Hill. CPHEEO.. Arceivala and DR. resource planning and allocation. Kersten. and Crites. Wiley and Sons.PERT networks. Eaglin. B. 1993. 17 Bishop. 1997.. S.). Wiley Interscience.. (2nd Ed. R. 1991. W.A. . " Practical Hydraulics Hand Book ". time cost tread off. ISBN: 0471299847. 1993.. GERT. 1989.K. Tchobanoglous. Lewis Publishers.Softwares for . Linsley. scheduling. ISBN: 0471072591 12. P. D.W. Regents/Prentice Hall. Wanielista. 16 Guyer. Davis’ Handbook of Applied Hydraulics Fourth Edition. V. and G.Wiley Interscience. Hydrology: Water Quantity and Quality Control. and R. ISBN: 0070015406 20 Kawamura. 5. PAtwardhan 10 Kiely.1991. 2000. 2000. Asolekar 8. Environmental Engineering.. Integrated Design and Operation of Water Treatment Facilities. 1996. 1996... 1996.. Groundwater Treatment Technology. (3rd Ed.PERT.. New York. NewJersey. McGraw-Hill. 19 American Water Works Association. ISBN: 0070016437. Industrial Processes and Waste Stream Management. M. ISBN: 007018903X. GOI.. Water ResourcesEngineering.C. Pollution Prevention: Fundamentals and Practice. Industrial Wastewater Treatment: Dr. 1992.2.H. ISBN: 0073661473 18 American Water Works Association. S. McGraw Hill. Water Quality and Treatment: A Handbook of Community Water Supplies. ISBN: 0070380104 14 14 Reed. CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT : Unit 17 : Essentials of Construction Management CPM . Industrial Wastewater Treatment: Nelson – Numero 9. A.). McGraw Hill. ISBN: 0471350931 21 Nyer. decision tree analysis. 3. New Delhi. R.. Franzini. monitoring and updating. Hammer. R. Hauser. Zipparro. CPM. McGrawHill. Natural Systems for Waste Management and Treatment. 1998. J.. McGraw Hill.. LOB. Computer Application in Construction Management. network crashing. McGraw Hill. (Jr). Air Pollution: Stern 7. G. 1998.. Wastewater Treatment and Reuse: Metcalf and Eddy. (2nd Ed).J. Wastewater Treatment for Pollution Control. Ministry of Urban Development. Water Treatment Plant Design. M. ISBN: 007091272 11. Manual on Sewerage and Sewage Development ". Unit 18 Financial Aspects of Construction Projects 20 . H. E. ISBN: 0071346627 15 Eckenfelder. " Water and Wastewater Technology ".Precedence network analysis. 4. McGraw Hill. ISBN: 0471284149. ISBN: 0070730024 13.J. Freyberg. D. 1991..W. Industrial Water Pollution Control. Wiley Interscience.

Concept of Debt Equity Ratio. Profit Loss Account Statements. Game Theory. procedural formalities for Import Operations Research in ConstructionDecision Theory. ports. Non linear programming Reference Books1. Risk identification. automation processes and specialEquipments for Infrastrucure Projects. Construction Planning. Unit 19 Construction Techniques Introduction to construction operations. purchase. Chitkara. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company. accounting and material reconciliation.Equipment procurement. Construction Project Management-Planning. EOQ model. Systems of material classification. import of equipment. Prentice Hall Publications 5. hauling. Tata Mc Graw Hill Publicaitons 3. Linear Programming. Working Capital Requirements.flyovers Recent trends in construction techniques Material Management: Material planning. Rao 21 . Joy Macmillan India Ltd. Wastage audit at site. risk control. types. New Delhi 4. Scheduling and Controlling by K. Tax – Need and types Risk Management Introduction.Dams.the Indian Context by P. Operations Research. ABC analysis.S. for earthmoving. pile driving. Site waste material management plan. conveying. purchase planning. Construction Engineering and Management by. S. Financial Managemnt by Prasanna Chandra. S. Taha 7. pumping. Seetharaman. Use of mathematical models: Sensitivity Analysis. concrete production. tunnelingand road construction applications. Methods & Equipment: Puerifoy – Tata McGraw Hill 6. Break Even Analysis. aggregate production. Engineering Optimisation. lead time demand. harbours. Role of Insurance in Risk Management. Total Project Managemtn. Project Cash Flow Projections and Statements. Umesh Publications. Project Balance Sheet. Computer applications based upon available softwares Unit 20 Equipment management : New trends and construction equipment of future.Means of Finance. Simulation Analysis. replenishment and replacement policies. origin. VED analysis. K.Hamdy A. Materials Management – Gopalkrishnan and Sunderasan.Planning and selection of equipments. bridges. Deterministic and probabilistic models and applications. erection work. pneumatic. Decision Tree Analysis. K. Principles. New Delhi 2. hoisting. analysis and mitigation of project risks.

energy issues in transportation. role of cooperatives and various institutions. Planning of New Towns in India and abroad. Plan financing.Rural development schemes and programs. organizational aspects.Formation of metropolitan areas &impacts of Industrial Revolution..Transport policies and evaluation of transportation proposals.their purpose and contents.Reuse and recycle Techniques. housing densities. Evaluation of user's satisfaction. Conservation of natural resources.Residential Areas : Neighborhood and Sector Planning. training needs and plan execution. Indicators of sustainabity in planning & development of settlement.Characteristics of the urban environment: Land uses. Landscape. analyses and design methods and practices in comprehensive planning... Spatial & Environmental Aspects of Planning-Environmental degradation and its impact.The interim and comprehensive plans: Structure Plan.Slums and squatters settlements .Environmental design w.impacts of growth of population.Cost reduction techniques in housing.Land use-transportation interrelationships.Resource mobilization and credit planning. physical structure .Housing problems: Urbanization and Industrialization.TOWN & COUNTRY PLANNING Unit 21 Historic Development & Planning Theory-Origin . ruralurban migration. transportation planning process. .Water supply systems.t natural resource management.r. transportation safety. Infrastructure planning with application of forecasting techniques.Social aspects : built environment and human behavior.role of public and private agencies. Housing and slum clearance legislation.evolution and contemporary developments in planning. neighborhood unit.Economic feasibility tests.Role in interdisciplinary groups Unit 23 Social formation & Housing.Recent innovations in technologies and its probable impacts. Unit 22 Transportation & Utility Services-Transportation systems. community facilities. Planning Administration & Professional Practices-Planning legislation .Residential layouts. Rural & Urban Planning Decentralized planning: conceptual framework.Housing norms and standards. Environmental impacts of traffic.UDPFI Guidelines (implications of 73rd and 74th amendment of the constitution). identification of spatial units under decentralized planning.Planning for urban electrical distribution system and communication systems. Transportation.principles of environmental approach to planning. MRTP Act 1966.Socio-economic & technological.Constitutional basis and provisions relating to land.Waste water disposal systems&Solid wastes collection and disposal. Master Plan.Spatioenvironmental Planning principles and techniques.EPA.Surveys. participatory planning approach. Conservation and Management of Ancient Monuments and Archaeological sites and ruins.Finance for housing: priority in the national plans .Traffic management. monitoring and 22 . Zonal Development Plan ..environmental impact assessments . Dimensions of District and Block planning : their spatial disparities and sectoral variations.Urban Arts Commission Act.problems and possibilities. Evolution of planning laws.Land Acquisition Act of India. Land Development Control.

. 2. CMDA Rules and Corporation bye-laws. Preparedness (Warning). Keller.Modern Techniques. Mark B. The urban pattern.Rangwala. Time saver standards for site planning. Mc Graw Hill Book company 8.15th Edition. Ranking and Scaling. The art of home landscaping – Mc Graw Hill Book company 10.Satellite remote sensing.G. M/s DVan. 3. Highway capacity and performance characteristics.Disaster.A Guide to site and Environmental planning. R.Principles of urban spatial organization. Applications of Probabilistic Modeling in City Planning.Multi-nuclei developments: hierarchy of urban centers and their functional linkages.Charotar Publishing House. Components of a metropolitan plan . Reference Books : 1. Rubenstain .1999.Rangwala and P. An Introduction to town and country planning. 7.S. 1986. city planning and design.Case studies from India and abroad. simulation in Traffic engineering design.London 9.Growth and trends of metropolitan development. Travel forecasting principles and techniques. Lapping. 5. KA.Metropolitan region and problems.Case studies of metropolitan planning in India and abroad.S applications in planning and its role in remote sensing . analysis and projections in City Planning.Issues in urban design.Part-III. Municipal and Panchayat bye-laws.Application of remote sensing in regional studies. The Small Town Planning Handbook by: Thomas L. New York. Design Hourly volumes and speed. K. Prevention. Daniels. “Town Planning ”. Michael Hord. . Planning and design of facilities. John Wiley and Sons. Unit 24 Remote Sensing and GIS in Planning & Disaster management-Aerial photography. Parking. 23 . Remote sensing methods and application. TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING Unit 25 Regional analysis and development concepts.I. Planning and implementation framework. Newyork 11. Urban and regional planning . Applications of Network Models in City Planning. University of Mysore 6. the role of transportation planning in the overall regional system.evaluation of rural development schemes .Urban design: Design Survey. Basic for traffic engineering. John W. Methodology and models for regional transportation system. Implementation Problems. 4. Simulation in the Urban Context.Application of aerial photography in town planning studies.Urban renewal: Designing Central Business District (CBD) and Business Improvement District (BID) . National Building Code of India. Harvey M.Introduction. Applications of Queueing Theory in City Planning.S..Relief Quantitative Method in Planning -Survey. Ramegowda. John Rate life.Conservation with historic preservation.

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. Oxford University Press. Residual stress and Distortion”. 1992. “Heat Effects on Welding: Temperature field. Chang T. “Castings”. Goldak J. London. Unit 28: Computational Welding Mechanics: Models for welding heat sources. SME. “Expert Process Planning for Manufacturing”. “Advanced Machining Technology Handbook”. Thermal analysis of welds. New York.H. 1990 4. Practice”. Design considerations for high integrity die Castings Reference Books 1. Springer. Fracture Mechanics of welded structures Reference Books 1. Brown J. New York. 2nd Edition. Springer. Van Nostrand Rainfold.Reference Books 1.. Unit 29: Composite Materials: Elastic behavior of unidirectional and multi directional composites. 1992. “Advanced Machining Processes – Non Traditional and Hybrid Machining Processes”. Laminated composite beams and plates (Any one) Reference Books 1. “Analysis of Laminated Composite Structures”. “Mechanics of Composite Materials”. 1998 Unit 26: Manufacturing Systems: Machine tool design. 2003. “High Integrity Die Casting Processes”. McGraw Hill.. Butterworth – Heinemann. 2.R. Semi solid metal working. 2000. George Chryssolouris.. “Manufacturing Systems: Theory and 2. Slocum A.. 2. Springer.. 2.C. New York. 1969 32 . Jones R.. 2005. Isaac and Daniel M. “Engineering Mechanics of Composite Materials”.A. New York. Unit 27: High Integrity Die Casting Vacuum die casting.M. Calcote L.. control. Mc-Graw Hill. New York. Prentice-Hall Inc. Radaj D. 2005 2. 3. 1975 3. automation and analysis. John Wiley & Sons Inc.. 2006. “Computational Welding Mechanics”.. MA. “Precision Machine Design”. Hassan El-Hofy. Campbell John. New York. Edward J Vinarcik. 1994. and Akhlaghi M. Addison – Wesley. Mc-Graw Hill. Squeeze casting. Computerized process planning Reference Books 1.

Neuro-fuzzy. Ganesh. 2. Prentice Hall India. ‘Multivariable Feedback Control’. System identification and control. Kluwer Academic Publishers. 2005 Unit 3: Control System Design Design of linear and non-linear systems. S. Simon Haykin.Graebe. A candidate has to take any three units (6 credits) Unit 1: Intelligent Control Neural network architecture for modeling and Control. SISO and MIMO systems by state variable techniques. Clustering. 33 . Hassoun. decoupling . Genetic algorithms.Postlethwaite. I. 3. Prentice Hall.J. ‘Multivariable Control System’: W. Reference Books: 1. 4. New Age International Publications. Typical applications of ANN . Classification. Pattern Recognition. Reference Books: 1. Simulink and CAD for control system design. ‘Fundamentals of Artificial Neural Network’. Jaico Publishing House India. Application of softwares. Advanced PID design techniques. Different architectures of neural network. Continuous and discrete time systems .E. 5. Prentice Hall India.Salgada. ‘Fuzzy Set Theory and its Applications’. Mohamed H. Person Education. Pontryagins minimum principle and its application to optimal control. Learning algorithms.700003-B3: Advances in Electrical Engineering Note: Each Unit is of 2 credits. 3. Apte.bang bang control. Unit 2: Multivariable and Optimal Control Systems Introduction. model matching control. ‘Control System Design’. Fuzzy. Reference Books: 1. Wonham. ‘Introduction to Artificial Neural Network’. Jacek Zurada.C. G.Skogestad.F. continuous and discrete time. Y. Knowledge based systems. ‘Neural Networks: A Compressive Foundation’. state Estimation. Second Edition. S. 4. 5.M. H. John Wiley and Sons. M. Zimmermann.Godwin. Controllability and observability. Prentice Hall of India . M. classical control extended to multivariable control system. state space and transfer matrix forms. S. minimum time optimal control . 2. ‘Linear Multivariable Control Systems’. 3. general structure Examples. linear regulator problem. ‘Optimal Control: An Introduction’ O Kirk. ‘Introduction to fuzzy sets and fuzzy Logic’. Second Edition.

Inverter. 1980. grid integration of wind turbines and wind farms. Wiley Publications . wind turbine Electrical generators and converters. 4. 6. Robert Woods. Wind Energy systems. Prentice Hall. Current source converters. Kent L. ‘Control System Principles and Design’. George Eills.) 2. Energy Technology: S. Grid integration of PV systems.Dobling. 4.2. M. Harmonics elimination schemes. (16 Hours) Reference Books : 1. ‘Modeling and Identification of Control Systems’. Academic Press(3rd Edition). First Course in Power Electronics : Ned Mohan. Power Electronics Handbook : M. Tapan Bhattacharya. John Wiley and Sons . D. John Wiley and Sons. small and mirco hydel systems. Wind and solar Systems by Mukund Patel .M. Sayd Nasar .Gopal. 5. Lawrence. Non-Conventional Energy Systems: Mittal .C. Electric Drives:Ion Boldea. Wind resources and its characterization. Norman S. Narosa Publications . advanced control techniques.. Renewable Energy technologies: R. standalone hybrid systems. Unit 5: Renewable Energy Sources Solar Photovoltaic. Willey (Third Edition) Unit 4: Modeling of Dynamic Systems Modeling and simulation techniques applied to dynamic systems covering physical systems such as electrical. Boca Raton London New York Washington. Academic Press Series in Engineering. 3. 2. Power quality and reliability issues related with wind farm interfaced to weak gird. biomedical and biological. Multilevel Inverters and Chopper. Grid integration of wind Energy conversion Systems: Siegfried.Gopal 3.Rao. Ernst O. thermal. 3. new organic photovoltaic materials and devices. tidal. geothermal.Ltd. Voltage source converter topologies. ‘System modeling and response: Theoretical and Experimental Approaches’. Unit 6: Power Electronics and Drives Modern power switching devices. CRC press. wave.H.H. MNPERE publications. Wind Energy Technology: Njenkins. ‘Modeling and Simulation of Dynamic Systems’.Rashid (Prentice Hall India Pvt. Multi pulse converters.fuel cells systems. Parulkar. Hybrid systems.CRC Press. Reference Books: 1.Nise. other sustainable Energy sources such as biomass. Wind turbine system reliability. mechanical. Reference Books: 1.Rashid. chemical. 3. John Wiley Sons. Variable speed drives for various industrial applications.Ramesh. ‘Control System Engineering’. 2. Power Electronics : M. Modeling and characterization of PV cells and modules. Wheeler Publication 4. 7. ‘Control System Design Guide: A practical Guide’. Solar Photovoltaic for terrestrials. 34 .

Electricity market pricing and non pricing issues.Power System operation and control :P.Kimbark. Zuri Li.(10 Hours) Reference Books: 1. TERI . market reforms and models .Ltd. N. Anderson & Foud . IEEE Press New York. ‘Protective relaying for power system II’ .S. McGraw Hill International student Edition . Paithankar . Marcel and Dekker .1 . Power system control and stability . L. Vol. Power System Voltage Stability :C.Linacre House. Unit 8: Numerical protection Numerical protection.(10 Hours) Reference Books: 1. Hatim. ‘Fundamental of power system protection’. Numerical protection of transmission line.W. Sally Hunt. Power System stability : E. 7. 2. ‘Making compettion work in Electricity’ . 4. Jordan Hill. methods of comparing investment options . Singh . Publishers.R. Scheduling and Risk Management’.Publications. power system stabilizers. Power system Dynamics and Control :Kundur . New Delhi. reactive power pricing . New York. 2. policies.W. ‘Regulation in infrastructure services: Progress and the way Forward’. Mohammad Shaedepur . Newton Raphson’s method. IEEE Press . New York 3. Descent method. non linear programming. New Age International (P) ltd. relay co-ordination. B. voltage stability. power transformer. Practical Variable Speed Drives and Power Electronics : Malcolm Barnes. Power system dynamics :K. 4 . IEEE Press New York.5. ‘Transmission network protection’.3 6. Unit 10 : Computer Applications in power system Optimization techniques. ‘Market operations in electric power systems forecasting . synchronous generator. Paithankar and Bhide .200 Wheeler Road. Oxford OX2 8DP. Anderson and Foud .ELSEVIER Newnes Publications.S. excitation system. New Delhi. load flow under linear as well as non linear load connected to power system. 4.I. ‘Digital protection’ . analysis of single machine and multi machine. . IEEE Press New York. IEEE press .R Murthy 5. spot pricing . single variable and multivariable optimization. transmission line modeling.Y. modeling. Power system Control and Stability :Vol. islanding (10 Hours) Reference Books: 1. Burlington.Taylor. classical techniques. pricing issues . MA 01803 Unit 7: Power system restructuring Power tariff . 3.P.Padiyar . 3. 2002 John Wiley Inc. 2. motor starting 35 . Prentice hall of India Pvt.Vol. Unit 9 : Power System Analysis Synchronous machine modeling. Stanley Horowitz .

IEEE Std 1346 .H. Electrical Energy System Theory: An Introduction . Unit 13: Energy Management Energy management and audit. 2. series and parallel resonance . Power System Analysis . such as voltage sag. Unit 11: Power Quality Power quality definitions as per IEEE Std.EMI and Electrostatic shielding . M. decoupled load flow. Waveform distortion . IEEE Press.R.Computer techniques in power system Analysis: M.McGranghan. 2000 . TMH Publishing Company .N. 4. Understanding power quality Problems . New Delhi. Factor affecting soil resistivity . Energy and mass balance . Energy conservation opportunities in Thermal . symmetrical and un-symmetrical power system fault analysis. 1346 . compressed air . Unit 12 : Grounding Objectives of grounding . Voltage Sag and interruptions :M. under and over voltage . CHP . New Delhi. IEEE Std 519-1992. 1159.S Rao . 2. Power System Quality assessment :J. IEEE Std. USA.Bollen . Tata Mc-Graw Hills .Dhar. RMS Voltage variations . New Delhi. Series on Power Engineering. 1100 . Transients . IEEE Press. Methods to control transient . Optimization Techniques: S.(10 Hours) Reference Books: 1. John Wiley and Sons. 1100 . Electrical . various factors governing waveform distortion .analysis. S. Blowers .Energy conservation Building Codes. 3. swell. 3.MC Graw Hill Publication. Grounding of sensitive Electronic equipments as Per IEEE std. 1159. Energy Efficient technologies . methods of optimal power flow (10 Hours) Reference Books: 1. IEEE Std.Arrillaga. impulsive and oscillatory transients .IEEE Press .(10 Hours) 36 .Pai. 2. Waste heat recovery. USA 3. Wiely Eastern Ltd. IEEE Std 519. Watson. Sub station grounding Design as per IEEE standard 80 . B.Gupta 2. Centrifugal pumps .R. TVSS. IEEE Press.. Mar F. Harmonic sources . Computer Aided Applications in power system operation and Analysis: R. HVAC. 80 . 1159. 5. effects on equipments and solutions . IEEE Press . capacitor switching transient .(10 Hours) Reference Books: 1. Tata Mc Graw Hills . harmonic mitigation techniques K Rated transformer . Olle Elgred. New Delhi .Chan. Power quality monitoring as per IEEE Std. USA. IEEE std.A. USA. 6. its effect on equipment . single layer and multilayer homogeneous and heterogeneous soil modeling .USA. 4. Flicker . IEEE Std. IEEE Press . its sources. Electrical power System Quality :Dugan. Energy modeling .

Unit 15: Smart Grid 1. Energy performance assessment for equipment and utility systems . solar and other renewable generation into the present distribution. Integration of wind. BEE. Formation of microgrids and interconnections to established grid. residual life assessment of transformer . 4. liquid and gaseous phase monitoring . Guide Book for National Examination for Energy Managers and Energy Auditors . Condition monitoring of OLTC . Hand book on Energy Management and Audit . Present status of microgrids in the world power system (10 Hours) 37 . IEEE Std 739 -1995 2. 2. BEE. soild . New Delhi. 5. 3. Noninvasive testing on transformer for condition assessment. Guide Book for National Examination for Energy Managers and Energy Auditors . 5. New Delhi. On line off site condition monitoring of transformer . TERI . New Delhi. BEE. New Delhi. Unit 14: Condition Monitoring Condition monitoring of transformer. SFRA techniques . 4. 6.Reference Books: 1. 3. Disaster and emergency management in case of disturbance in distribution. Communication requirement protocols and standards. Development of microgrid management software 7. Condition monitoring of induction motor by MCSA . Energy Efficiency in Thermal utilities . condition monitoring of cables and switch gears. Energy Efficiency in Electrical utilities . IEEE recommended Practice for Energy Managent in Industrial and commercial facilities . Guide Book for National Examination for Energy Managers and Energy Auditors . rotor and bearing fault analysis of induction motor . Dispersed generation including captive power co-generation and mini-hydal.

designs. implementation. physical parameters. characteristics. simulation. Unit 8: Wireless & Broadband Communication IEEE/ITU/ ETSI communication standards and specifications. Performance measures of communication systems. various transforms. Unit 6: Coding and Modulation Techniques in Communication Digital communication system architectures. design aspects. 38 . mixed signal processing. stabilization methods. MMIC. Evaluation parameters for the various applications. Unit 7: Communication Network Various IEEE standards. Unit 2: RFIC Design RF Amplifiers. A candidate has to take any three units (6 credits) Unit 1: Microelectronics and VLSI Microelectronic devices. circles. Transmitter/Receiver architectures and related issues. Unit 9:Advanced Topics in Signal Processing Modeling different Signals and systems. parasitics. PLD based system implementations and related issues. various trade-offs in functionality. Channel coding. stability considerations. Trade-offs. Unit 5: Microwave and Antennae Microwave sources. characteristics. Performance issues. Passive devices. DSP architectures and related issues. unconditional stability. characteristics. mixer and local oscillator designs. equivalent models. Thick and Thin film technologies and materials. circles. Security algorithms with their performance measures. System design and Implementation issues. performance parameters. integration issues. mathematical modeling. power relations. Network architectures. techniques. mathematical models. Wireless embedded approach. Antennae and front end design issues. Transmission line design. MMIC fabrication techniques. Advanced YIG and narrow band filters. Unit 3:Mixed Signal Analysis Signal integrity.700003-B4: Advances in E and TC/ Electronics Engineering Note: Each Unit is of 2 credits. optimization techniques. Design challenges in satellite frequency bands. stability circles. Microstrips. limitations. Source coding. Microwave antennae. amplifiers. layout rules. Unit 4: RF Systems The techniques of RF amplifier.

Unit 10: Image Processing & Pattern Recognition Image representation formats, noise, processing techniques, Performance measures, various algorithms, Pattern classifications and recognition techniques, Biometrics. Unit 11:Speech Processing Speech recognition and synthesis techniques, modeling the speech signal, various algorithms, trade-offs and implementation issues. Unit 12:Processor Architectures Design philosophy of RISC, CISC, Multi-core, Various processor architectures, Design of microcontroller CPU. Unit 13: Programmable Architectures and Memories HDL programming, PLDs, floating point arithmetic, multipliers, modeling a sequential machine, Barrel shifter, HDL models for memories and buses. Unit 14: System on Chip and MEMs Chip architecture, Clock & power related issues, SRC, DRC, I/O architectures, Wire parasitic, Design validation, MEMs. Unit 15:Modern Control Theory Control mechanisms and their modeling, Implementation aspects and related trade-offs, various applications, Selection criteria’s of control systems for various applications, Performance evaluation techniques. Unit 16: Human Machine Interface Different techniques used for HMI, Algorithms, Related issues and constraints, Performance issues, Applications. Unit 17:Machine Vision Human vision, Expert systems, Algorithms, Implementation issues and trade offs, Performance measures and analysis. Unit 18:Biomedical Engineering Biomedical Signals, Biomedical Performance measures. Systems, Analysis, Implementation issues,

Unit 19:Nano Technology Present devices and materials, Advance materials such as Carbon nano tubes etc., advance devices, constraints, applications, Trade offs. Reference Books: 1. M.J. Roberts, “Signals and Systems”, Tata McGraw Hill Publications, 2003.

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2. M. Burns, “Introduction to Mixed Signal IC Test and Measurement”, Oxford University Press Publications, New York. 3. Xilinx, “The Programmable Logic Data Book”, Xilinx, California. 4. Hu, Yu Hen, “Handbook of Neural Network Signal Processing”, CRC Press Publications. 5. Yacoub M.D., “Wireless Technology”, CRC Press Publications. 6. Gold B., “Speech and Audio Signal Processing”, John Wiley Publications. 7. Kuo B.C., “Digital Control System”, Sounders College Publications, New York. 8. Comer “Digital Logic and State Machine Design”, Sounders College Publications, New York. 9. Prokis J.G., “Digital Signal Processing”, PHI Publications. 10. Alley, Charles L, “Micro Electronics”, McGraw Hill Publications. 11. Ha, Tri T., “Digital Satellite Communication”, McGraw Hill Publications. 12. Peebles, “Probability and Random Signals”, McGraw Hill Publications. 13. Balanis, “Antenna Theory analysis and Design”, John Wiley Publications. 14. Gray R.P.,” Analysis and Design of Analog ICs”, John Wiley Publications. 15. Tompkins J.W., “Biomedical Digital Signal Processors”, PHI Publications. 16. Collin E.R., “Foundations for Microwave Engineering”, McGraw Hill Publications. 17. Freeman R.L., “Radio System Design for Telecommunication”, John Wiley Publications. 18. Kronsjo L., “Advances in Parallel Algorithm”, Blackwell Scientific Publication, London. 19. Xavier, Eugune S.P., “Statistical Theory of Communication”, New Age International Publication. 20. Baker R.J., “CMOS: Circuit Design, Layout and Simulation”, IEEE Press Publication. 21. McGillen C.D., “Continuous and Discrete Signal and System Analysis”, Oxford University Press. 22. Russ J.C., “The Image Processing Handbook”, CRC Press Publications. 23. Franssila S., “Introduction to Micro fabrication”, John Wiley Publications. 24. Park J., “Practical Embedded Controllers”, Elsevier Publications, Amsterdam. 25. Kabatiansky G., “Error Correcting Coding and Security for Data Network”, John Wiley Publications. 26. Lee K., “Semiconductor Device Modeling For VLSI”, PHI Publications. 27. Maxfield C.M., “The Design Warriors Guide to FPGA”, Elsevier Publications, Amsterdam. 28. Carsten Steger, Markus Ulrich, Christian Wiedemann, “Machine Vision Algorithms and Applications”, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim Publications. 29. Pires, J. Norberto, “Human Machine Interface for Industrial Robotic Cells”, Springer Publications. 40

700003-B5: Advances in Metallurgical Engineering
Note: Each Unit is of 2 credits. A candidate has to take any three units (6 credits)

Unit 1 : Characterization and testing of Materials X-ray Diffraction (XRD), Determination of lattice parameters, Applications of XRD to metallurgical problems, Scanning electron microscope (SEM), Wavelength dispersive Xray (WDX) and Energy dispersive X-ray (EDX) spectroscopy, Transmission electron microscope (TEM), selected area diffraction, techniques of specimen preparation, Scanning-Tunneling Microscope (STM) and Atomic Force Microscope (AFM); Thermal analysis:- TGA, DTA/DSC, Dilatometer; UTM, Impact test, Fatigue test, Hardness, Creep, and Fracture Toughness. Unit 2 : Advanced Powder Metallurgy Conventional and modern methods, Blending techniques. Powder characterization techniques, Powder compaction processes, Theories of sintering and its mechanism, Sintering furnaces and atmospheres, applications of P/M processes for tools, creep resistant alloys and bearing materials. Unit 3 :Nanomaterials & Nanotechnology Top down and bottom up approaches, classification of nanomaterials, carbon nanotube (CNT), particulate reinforced metal/ceramic/polymer nanocomposites, Characterization of nanomaterials, Applications of nanotechnology in medicine, automobile sector, metallurgical, civil, computer and electronics field; Pros and cons of nanotechnology. Unit 4: Electronic Materials Dielectric properties, Polarization mechanism, Frequency and Temperature effects, Electrical breakdown, Classification of ferroelectric materials, Piezoelectricity, Capacitor dielectric materials, Insulating materials and Pyroelectric materials, ceramic composites as capacitors and sensors. Unit 5: Diffusion and Kinetics Introduction, Fick’s Law of diffusion, factors affecting diffusion, Mechanism of diffusion, methods of evaluation of diffusion coefficient, Kirkendall effect, diffusion in thin films and multilayers. Problems related to diffusions. Order of reactions, absolute reaction rate theory, nucleation and growth in homogeneous and heterogeneous reactions, nucleation problems in solid phases.

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Unit 9 : Casting and Materials Joining Casting processes. Free energytemperature diagrams. Role of Slag Composition on Quality of Steel. Weld metal microstructure. Unit 10 : Advanced Thermodynamics of Materials First law and second law of thermodynamics. Electromagnetic Stirring (EMS) for Quality improvement. Gases removal. Ladle Metallurgy. Hess’s law. Solid state joining. Hot Corrosion. Defects in Cast Product. Temperature dependence of heat capacity. Free energy as criterion for equilibrium and its applications to processing of materials. Metallic and Ceramic Paints. Continuous Casting processes. vapour species diagram. Heat flow analysis. Fusion welding. Isothermal stability diagram. Sponge Iron production. Heat capacity. Fluxes. Refractories. polymer matrix composite (PMC) and ceramic matrix composite (CMC). Heat Affected Zone. Coatings. Solidliquid joining. Kirchoff’s equation. Heat of reactions. Prevention of Corrosion. methods of fabricating metal matrix composite (MMC). Dissimilar metal joining. Defects and remedies in welded zones. Raw materials. Rate Laws. Blast furnace. VOD& VD. 42 . role of interfaces. Free energy versus compositions in binary systems. Unit 7 : Iron and Steel Making Iron making. Third law of thermodynamics. De-oxidation of Steel and Non-Metallic inclusions. Solidification medium. Properties of welded zones.Unit 6: Advanced Composites Introduction to advanced composites. Binary phase diagrams. Concept of equilibrium. Corrosion in Mixed Gaseous Environment. Role of Diffusion and Defect structure of oxides in Oxidation. Pig iron. Principle of Steel making and Refining Technology. Special Treatment. Gibbs-Duhem equations. Defects in castings and remedial measures. Scrap. Kinetics and Mechanics. Unit 8 : High Temperature Corrosion Introduction to high Temperature corrosion & oxidation of Metals and Alloys. multiple scale formation & cracking. Feeder design and performance. Joining processes selection. Reduction reaction. Enthalpy. Steel making. Inhibition. Their properties and applications. applications of joining processes. Processes-AOD. Constitutional super cooling. High temperature materials. Thermodynamics & Ellingham diagram. Electric Furnace. Classifications of composites. types of reinforcements. Wagner’s parabolic law of Oxidation. oxygen potential.

D. New York1976 8.Dr. Electron and Ion Microscopy and Microanalysis. Khanna Publishers 11. properties and applications. John Wiley. H.C. Murr. Composite Materials.... Chawla.J. Fundamentals of Corrosion. Butterworth-Heinmann. 17. L.Foundation of Materials Science and Engineering.Tupkari. Elements of X-ray Diffraction (For X-rays). R. 15.K. Handbook of Magnetic Materials. Nanomaterials: An introduction to synthesis. Kudrin. 1989 5. Introduction to Modern Steel Making.A. 16.D. PublisherWiley-Interscience. Publisher 10. Materials Park. 2. (Ed. High Temperature Oxidation of Metals and Alloys –by N. 2nd Edition. Nanoscale Materials in Chemistry. Martensen. Buschow K. K. Editor: Kenneth J. Wiley-CVH. Upper Saddle River 2001 14.kingery.1986 9.Scully 7. Marcel Dekker Inc.R. Mir..Uhlman-Introduction to ceramics –2nd Edition. 1993.Bowen and D.Reference Books: 1. 3rd ed. Kasap . Fundamentals of Metal Matrix Composites.). Electrometallurgy-I . Cambridge Uni. Klabunde. 3. Smith . 2002. Marcel Dekker. Press. Continuous Casting of Steel – By Irving W. EditorDieter Vollath. Springer-Verlag.Birks and Meir 6. Suresh S.E. An Introduction to Metal matrix composites. 1993. William F.R.H.Buchanan –Ceramic materials for Electronics. 19. 13.Science & Engg. 1987. Clyne & Withers. Tata Mc Graw-Hill Publication.By Edneral 12. 2nd Edition. W.Principles of Electronic Materials and Devices. Cullity. Prentice-Hall. ASM International. Electronic Materials Handbook. 1991. B. Amsterdam : Elsevier 4. 43 . S. Mc GrawHill International Edition. NY. Steel Making –V. O.H. Needleman.R. 18. 1993.

experiment design. analog and digital sensors interfacing. A candidate has to take any three units (6 credits) Unit 1: Process Optimization Multivariable optimization. control system design. numerical analysis and simulation. non-invasive measurement techniques. shielding. biomedical signal analysis. adaptive control. neural network. electromagnetic interference (EMI).back. support vector machines. multivariable control system design of linear. different kind of noise and their reduction techniques. bilinear. case studies. Unit 3: Instrument and System Design Need analysis. features of intelligent sensors. Unit 4: Biomedical Instrumentation Physiological measurements. linear programming. modeling of physiological systems. case studies. integer programming. global optimization. Unit 6: Digital Control Digital systems and signal analysis. electrostatic discharge. I/O management. Unit 8: Soft Computing Fuzzy logic. Unit 2: Dynamical System Design and Analysis Development of system models using lumped and distributed parameter techniques. stability improvement by state feed. design tools. model-based predictive control. sequential quadratic programming. testing and validation. Fiber Optic instrumentation. Unit 10:Photonic instrumentation Laser instrumentation. 44 . Unit 5: Intelligent Sensors Consideration for sensor design. Unit 7: Advanced Process Control System identification. digital controller tuning. mixedinteger and nonlinear systems. actuator interfacing. electromagnetic compatibility. Unit 9: Embedded System Design Embedded system design concepts. final state machine design. genetic algorithms. cabling. smart materials and their characterisation. memory management.700003-B6: Advances in Instrumentation and Control Note: Each Unit is of 2 credits. quadratic programming. optimal control. geometric programming and dynamic programming. Advanced optical sensors.

Bronzino. Handbook of modern sensors. Springer. Frank. Fraden. B. Jorge Nocedal and Stephen Wright. Francis J. 3rd edition. (2001) 7. Prentice Hall. Vaidyeswaran Rajaraman. 4th Edition. and Tuning. (2001) Sabrie Soloman. (2009) 9. Engineering Optimization: Theory and Practice. design and application. John Wiley and Sons. Process Control Systems: Application. Dale E. Wiley. Doyle III. McGraw-Hill Professional. 4th edition. 3rd edition. Mellichamp. Wayne Bequette. Sensors handbook. 1st Edition. physics. Process Dynamics and Control. McGraw Hill. Springer. Numerical Optimization. Wiley. Joseph D. Embedded System Design: A Unified Hardware/Software Introduction. George Stephanopoulos. Design and Simulation. 2nd edition. John Perkins. Artech house. Design. Duncan A. (1999) J. Frank Vahid and Tony D. (2004) 5. 3rd edition. (2006) 3. (2009) 4. Ian T. Seborg. S. Katalin Hangos. (2003) 2 45 . Academic Press. CRC Press. Gregg Shinskey. (1996) 6. S.(2006) 8. Electromagnetic Compatibility Engineering. Rao. (2010) 10. Computer oriented numerical methods. R. Prentice-Hall of India. Thomas F. F. Givargis. Process Control: Modeling. Henry Ott. (1996) 11. Understanding smart sensors. Cameron. 2nd edition. Process Modelling and Model Analysis.Unit 11: Advanced analytical instrumentation Advanced techniques in analytical instrumentation. Reference Books: 1. 1st edition. (1980) 2. Wiley. The Biomedical Engineering Handbook. Edgar.

coatings and ink film Unit 7. Doctor Blades Unit 2. Surface physical properties and treatments. Physical and Chemical Interactions: Chemical interactions required for printing inks and image carriers. Coating materials for plate affecting dot Unit 4. Polar nature of liquids. Chemical and surface interaction Unit 8. A candidate has to take any three units (6 credits) Instructions: • Select one unit from first five units Unit 1. Rheology Unit 9. Liquids: Wetting liquids and non-wetting liquids. Flexography: Anilox generation and Cell Geometry. Magnetic forces Unit 6. Newtonian and Non-Newtonian Liquids. Parameters affecting ink transfer. Offset Lithography: Ink and water emulsification.700003-B7: Advances in Printing Engineering Note: Each Unit is of 2 credits. Color shifting properties of particles 46 . Pigment aspect ratio. Physical Properties: Particle size. Surface Properties: Surface tension and energy. Ink metering technique Unit 5. Gravure: Cylinder engraving techniques. Acoustic pulse generation. Contact. Liquid Properties: Colloidal Systems. Parameters affecting Ink transfer. Parameters affecting printability. Screen Printing: Mesh Geometry. Cell Geometry Unit 3. Stresses in substrate. Parameters reproduction. Phase separation of polymers. Electrostatic forces. wetting and equilibrium dynamics of printing inks on porous and non-porous substrates with 2D and 3D approach Unit 10. Non-impact Printing: Piezo crystals.

Printing process metallurgy..Unit 11. Color: N-colors. Surface Imperfections Unit 15. Metamerism. 2003 3.). Effect of pH on drying of ink Unit 18. Eric R. Color Inconstancy. Shlomo Magdassi (Ed. Thermo and photo sensitive chemicals and reactions in printing Unit 16. Handbook of Paper and Board. KGaA 4. dot and viewing conditions References: 1. Substrate: Water absorption rate. Herbert Holik (Ed. Pte. Chemicals: Oxidizers and Reducers.. Royal Society of Chemistry 47 . Drying: Ink drying/curing and related calculations. WILEY-VCH GmbH & Co.). F. Color Vision Unit 14. R. Materials 2: Elastomers in printing. Calculating dryer temperatures.Lee. dot forming and color separation. Microdrop Generation. Di-electric and electric properties. Screening: Screening. Laser systems and their designing parameters for imaging and engraving Unit 17. World Scientific Publishing Co. CRC Press. Everett. 2010 2. Materials 1: Solvents. Basic Principles of Colloid Science. Ltd. The Chemistry of Inkjet Inks. Catalysts. D. Light and Heat: Photochemical reaction. evaporation and calculating rate. Solvent absorption. Nano pigments for ink and substrate Unit 12. Physical and Chemical factors governing line resolution. Biodegradable polymers. Substrate and ink interaction. Material strength Unit 13. H. Relation between angular resolution. S.

A. 2001. What Printer Should Know About Ink. Kipphan. G. Williams. Martin. 1997. 19. David Hennessey Waldeck. 12. Gravure Process and Technology. Cassey. Tata McGrawHill Publication. Pulp and Paper-Chemistry & Chemical Technology. Dr. Chris H. 20.. Leatherhead: Pira 13. Inter Science Publication. Volume 1-6. Cheremisinoff. 1st Edition. Printing Ink Technology. Spinger. Printing Ink Technology. Digital International. S. James P. Gravure Education Foundation and Gravure Association of America. Laden P. ISBN: 3-540-67326-1 SpringerVerlag Berlin Heidelberg. Leonard Hill Ltd. Thomson Delmar Learning. Eldered. GATF Press Pittsburgh. A Wiley-Interscience Publication. Leatherhead: Pira International. Anil K. 2001. Principles of Physical Chemistry. Aaron L. Brody. 17. Orazio Svelto. Kenneth S. 6. 2001. Bhowmick.. 15. 7. Chemistry & Technology of Water based Inks. A. Marsh. Elastomer Technology Handbook 22.Imprint of Chapmall Hall. 2003. 14. 5th Edition. E. Multi-Tech Publishing. 2nd Edition. 2001 8. 1999. Athayle. S. Understanding Color Management. Stephens. 2003. 21. Apps. O. 9. 1997. 2009. Hans Kuhn.5. Abhay Sharma. A. 18. 10. H. Nelson R. Wiley Publications. Brett. 1992. Plastics in Packaging. 11. Plastics in Flexible Packaging. Non-impact Printing. Flexography-Principles and Practices. Prepress Technologies. Howard L. 48 . 16. Handbook of Elastomers 2nd Edition. Handbook of Print Media. Principles of Lasers 5th Edition. Encyclopedia of Packaging Technology. Dr. 1960. Pira International. Athayle. 2001. 1958. Blackie Academic & Professional . G. Horst-Dieter Försterling. 2009. 1993. 1992. Nicholas P. FFTA.

Phillip C. Prentice Hall (1999). by James. Introduction to NanoScience. Emphasis on advance treatment techniques and reactors etc Reference Books: 1. Paul W. CRC Press G. “Separation Process Engineering”. characterization of nanomaterials and Applications Reference Books: 1. Unit 5 : Environmental Engineering Advance Oxidation processes. 3. 4 edition 2004 Unit 3: Nanotechnology Recent Approaches for synthesis. Rao. Louis Hornyak. Elements of Chemical Reaction Engineering. Kelsall. Scott. wastewater treatment and disposal. New York. Unit 2: Advance Polymer Engineering Metallocene catalysis. “Nanoscale Science and Technology”. Biochemical Engineering fundamentals. 2. 2006. H. Harrison. 2. II Edition. A candidate has to take any three units (6 credits) Unit 1: Advance Biochemical Engineering Various Applications Use of Microbes modeling of biochemical reaction and applications to scale up. Wiley. 2005 Unit 4 : Separation Technology Separation techniques using LEM. McGraw-Hill Internal Edition. Polymerization reactors.). Scott R. Prentice Hall PTR.Arceivala. 2. April 2005. Fogler. E. Todd. Harry F. Ionic liquids. 2. Reference Books: 1. Wiley. George Odian Principles of Polymerization Wiley-Interscience. Handbook of Polymer reaction Engineering”. Joydeep Dutta.J. Jos Keurentjes (Editor). Oxford University Press. extractive separation reactive crystallization reactive separation and modeling Reference Books: 1. Roger G. “Bioseparations Science and Engineering”.700003-B8: Advances in Chemical Engineering Note: Each Unit is of 2 credits.. 3. Tibbals and Anil K. I. Metabolic pathways and Bioreactor models Reference Books: 1. Thierry Meyer (Editor). marcel dekker 1981. R.Bailey and David F Ollis. 49 . Wankat. S. Geoghegan (Eds. Hamley and M. Ziegler Natta Catalysis Mechanism and Products. 1986. 3rd Ed. Water treatment and analysis.

W. L.2. Metcalf and Eddy. 2. Governing equations of heat transfer: Energy balance. wastewater engineering. Simultaneous heat and mass transfer Reference Books: 1. Bird. Oxford University Press.. Deen W. Non-linear system dynamics Reference Books: 1. Chemical Reactor Analysis and Design. and M. 3rd Ed. 2. Second edition.. N. supported catalyst Reference Books: 1. Transport Phenomena. Sharma 50 . Pike & P. Prentice Hall (1999). Heterogeneous Relation Analysis example and Relation design Vol: 2 John Wiley and 3. Kenneth B. 2) Froment. Formulation optimization of Mathematical International text.N. Smith. Unit 8 : Advance Transport Phenomena Boundary conditions. 2002. Industrial flow modeling. Stewart..Liquid System. Data driven modeling. R. L. Governing equations of mass transfer: Species mass balance. 1998. Fogler. Gilbert F. treatment. Murill. Mc. Constitutive equations. Unit 9 : Mass Transfer with Multiphase System Diffusional mass transfer: Mass transfer with reaction in Fluid-Fluid. Luyben. W. M. and Lightfoot E. Analysis of transport phenomena. C. Molecular catalysis. reactor and reaction engineering Heterogeneous reactor analysis and design Special reactors.M. Gas liquid relation by Danckwerts P. Macroscopic balances.B.K. John Wiley and Sons. edition McGraw – hill 1991. R. Reference Books: 1.V.E. Elements of Chemical Reaction Engineering.Solid system Simultaneous absorption and Desorption with reaction Mass transfer accompanied by General order irreversible and reversible reaction in gas – liquid and liquid. Sons by Doraiswamy L. Third 3. Unit 6 : Advance Modeling and Simulation Multiscale simulations in materials. Solid catalyst. Process Modeling Simulation and Controls for Chemical Engineers. disposal and Reuse. Scott.. H.Wiley (1990).Graw Hill Book Co. and Bischoff. Inc. 2nd Ed. Pensylvania (1970) 2)W. Unit 7 : Catalysis.

P.. 2001 2. Bohn Principles of Heat Transfer. Willis Harmon Ray. convection and Radiation Reference Books: 1.Heat transfer coefficients in laminar and turbulent flow. Stability criterion of transferfunction matrix models. 51 . “Process Dynamics.Unit 10 Advanced Process Control Modeling of a few complicated systems.Forced Convection over Exterior Surfaces. Ghoshdastidar. Process Dynamics and control John Willey. Unit 11 Advance Heat transfer Forced convection Inside Tubes & Ducts. 2004. S. Seborg. Oxford University Press. Heat Transfer with phase change Heat transfer in Two and three phase system Heat transfer by combined conduction. Mellichamp. Heat Transfer. Development of empirical model from process data. 2nd Edn. 2004. Frank Kreith & Mark S. Babatunde Ayodeji Ogunnaike. Reference Books: 1. 2. and Control”. 1994. 6th Edition. Identifying Discrete-Time models from experimental data. Modeling. Oxford University Press. Edgar. Asian Books Private Limited. State space and transfer function matrix models.

image processing: pixel based transformation. morphological operations. Scoping and the Interpretation of Noun Phrases. color perception & processing. “Natural Language Understanding”. DAGs Introduction to Code Optimization. Grammars and Parsing. 2nd Edition 2.700003-B9: Advances in Computer Engineering Note: Each Unit is of 2 credits. techniques and tools”. loop optimization. contours . linear and Gaussian filters. Roger Boyle. 2006 2. vector quantization. sampling and quantization. Rafael C Gonzalez. Jeffrey D Ullman. code movement Reference 1. JPEG & MPEG).James Allen. Introduction to code generation. Vineet Chaitanya. Millman Sonka. Hadamard.K. compression image (predictive compression methods. A. Pearson Education. loop invariant computations. Fourier description. region segmentation & representation: split & merge algorithm. Grammars for Natural Language. References: 1.A Paninian Perspective”. Thompson Learning (1999). Ambiguity Resolution: Statistical Methods. hierarchical & progressive methods. References 1.principle. three address codes. discrete cosine. Rajiv Sangal. John Willey (2001) 3. image filtering histogram modification. PHI 3. Unit-2: Compilers Introduction. 3rd Edition 2. Pearson Education. 2008. wavelets and other orthogonal transforms. Richard E Woods. “Digital Image Processing”. textures: statistical syntactic and model based methods. common subexpression elimination. image transforms :Fourier. An Outline of English Syntax.Akshar Bharati. Linking Syntax and Semantics. V Raghvan. Prentice Hall Publisher.”Principles of Compiler Design”. region growing. PHI. Conic & Splines Hough transform. Hop_ Along algorithm. Ambiguity Resolution. Ravi Shethi. polyline splitting. medial axis transforms.”Compilers. Motion picture analysis. William K Pratt.”Image Processing Analysis and Machine Vision”. 4.Christopher D. Manning and Hinrich Schütze. image resolution. digital curves. “Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing”. Texture image analysis. MIT Press. “Digital Image Processing”. distance transforms. LL (k) and LALR (k) parsers. A candidate has to take any three units (6 credits) Unit 1: Natural Language Processing Introduction to Natural Language Understanding. Vaclav hlavac. Foundations of Statistical Natural Language Processing. Aho.Tata McGraw Hill.2010 Unit-3: Digital Image Processing Digital image fundamentals: image digitization. Jain. binary image processing: thresholding. types of Parsers. simple code generation algorithm.. New Delhi (1995) 52 . 1999. Broos/colic. runlength encoding. dead code elimination. local processing restoration. Toward Efficient Parsing. “Natural Language Processing. Alfred V. geometric transformation. basic blocks and flow graphs.

Person Publication. Mark Rhodes. Challenges for MAC.X.” Protocols and architectures for WSN” . Unit-7: Language Translation Language Processing: applications and key issues. Word Sense Disambiguation. Part of speech tagging. M Jochen Schiller. GSM and satellite Communication: Architecture. Security Standards and RFCs References 1. Security Services. Wireless Network Standards & Protocols: 802. Unit-5: Network Security Network threats and attacks. hand-off and power management. logic.11a. TMH Unit-6: Artificial Intelligence AI problems. “Network Security: The complete reference”. 3.”Digital Image Processing and Applications”. knowledge representation and reasoning. “Mobile communication”. services and applications Mobile Ad-hoc Networks: Location Management Schemes. Fourth Edition. Chanda Dutta Magundar. Language of planning problems. 3. 2.11 wireless Networks the definitive guide”. “802. Network Security Protocols. Delay or latency Delay variation (delay jitter). Security issues . local discourse context and reference 53 . Syntactic parsing. the concept of rationality. Security research in wired. 2000 Unit-4: Wireless Technology.15. O’Reilly. cutting of search. DCF and PCF. Phrase structure grammars and English syntax. 2. Synchronization and localization. Resolution.Peter Norvig. Second Edition. Behrouz A. 2. Sensor Network OS Tiny OS. Information retrieval and Question answering. Stuart Russel. PHI. TMH 2007. Resolution patterns in propositional logic. Holger Kars. the nature of environments. Loss or error rate References 1. problem solving agents. Number Theory Concepts. Knowledge Representation & Reasons logical Agents. Heuristic functions. 11b. Distributed data processing. 802. Patrick Henry Winston. William Stallings. Semantic parsing. “Cryptography and Network Security”. “Cryptography & Network Security”. Cryptographic algorithms. 11g. propositional logic. “Artificial Intelligence”. Forouzan.11. Wiely publication. structure of agents. Routing. Comparison 802. Evaluation functions. WSN: Design issues. System Security.X. Robert Bragg.5. WEP& EAP QoS in wireless Network: Parameters Throughput or bandwidth. 3rd Edition. Communication and routing. Forward & Backward Chaining. Semantics. AI intelligent agents: Agents and Environments.Pearson Education 2007. Planning – Classical planning problem. Nes C Language. uniformed search strategies. References 1. PHI/Pearson Education. topdown and bottom-up parsing strategies. Searching: Searching for solutions. Mathew Gast. Pearson Education.x. 802. problem formulation. Constrain satisfaction problems: Game Playing Alpha-Beta pruning. planning with state. “Artificial Intelligence – A Modern Approach”.16. Expressiveness and extension. wireless and ubiquitous networks. System Architecture. lexicon and morphology.

classification.A comprehensive foundations”. Specular reflection. Foley. Illumination models and Rendering: Light. K. clustering. Pearson Education 2nd Edition 2004.. projections. Linear Discrimination. “Introduction to Machine Learning”. Learning with complex data. Ashikhmin Gleicher et. Probabilistic analysis and randomized algorithms. Artificial Neural networks. learning with Hidden variables. advanced modeling techniques. Simon Hhaykin. “Neural networks . Tom Mitchell. Self Organization Map. Scientific Visualization: Methods of Scientific Exploration. Time-Tested Principles for Good Visual Plots. 2. Manning and Hinrich Schütze. “Computer Graphics: Principles and Practice”. Graphics User Interfaces. Function Approximation. References 1. “Foundations of Statistical Natural Language Processing”. Regression. Induction learning. Multivariate methods. Diffuse reflection. 3D Geometric modeling and transformations. Interior Point. Instance based learning.1999. Vector Data Visualization.”Computer Graphics”. Analytical Learning. Tone Mapping. PHI Unit-10: Advanced Algorithms and Applications Problem solving. “Natural Language Understanding”. Perfect Hashing. curves and fractals. Parametric-Nonparametric methods. Color models. 2nd Edition Unit-8: Machine Learning Designing a Learning system. Hughes. Ethem Alpaydin. Modeling: 2D. Learning methods. MGH Unit-9: Graphics & Visualization Picture analysis. Hopfield models Evaluating Hypotheses. Online algorithms and competitive analysis. Decision tree. PHI 3. Feature extraction. 2005 2. Visualizing Multidimensional Data. Forms of learning. MIT Press. Shading algorithms. 2. Ray tracing. image manipulation and storage. Matters of Perception. Ambient Light. Random Walks and Markov chains 54 .”Fundamentals of Computer Graphics”. Pearson Education. Computational geometry: convex hull. Computational Learning theory. “Machine Learning”. al. Peter Shirley. Approximation algorithms. References 1. Clipping. Johnson's algorithm for sparse graphs. Christopher D. LinearProgramming Algorithms: Structure of Optima. A. Texture mapping. Peters Ltd. Hidden Markov Models. Reinforcement learning. Radial Basis Function networks. The Floyd-Warshall algorithm. James Allen. PHI 3. Data Aspects and Transformations. Probability. NP-hard problems.. Scalar Data Visualization. Learning Process. Van Dan Feiner.References 1. Hearn and Baker. rule based learning.

Thomas H. Advanced techniques. Cleaning. Prediction. Transformation. M. Bayesian Classification. “Introduction to Algorithms. Distributed Coordination. Data Warehousing to Data Mining. 2006. Reduction.Concepts and Techniques”. J Dollimore and T Kindberg. Model Over fitting.” Third Edition PHI 2010. Charles E. Parallel Algorithms. Steinbach and V. Addison Wesley. Pearson Education. “Distributed Systems Concepts and Design”. J. Classification: Decision Trees. Han and M. Leiserson. Data Warehouse Architecture.. Rule-based classification. FP-growth algorithm. Implementation). soft parsing. Other Classification Methods.” Data Mining Introductory and Advanced Topics”. extracting knowledge from the web).parsing. M argaret H. Bayesian approach to classifying text). Faye A. Discretization. Web mining (classifying web pages. “Data Mining. “Introduction to Data Mining”. Association Rules: Apriori algorithm. Integration. Classifier Accuracy. Kamber. Ronald L. DBSCAN. Parallel and Distributed Architectures.Kumar. Distributed Shared Memory. Prentice Hall 3.References 1. structural approaches . Rivest and Clifford Stein. Cormen. Data Mining software and applications Reference 1. Unit-11: Data warehousing and Mining Data Mining Tasks. Distributed File Systems. P. Classification by Back-propagation. Concept Hierarchy Generation. Descriptive Statistical Measures. Data Warehouse (Multidimensional Data Model. Mc Graw Hill 55 . Cluster Analysis: K-means. Data Mining software and applications: Text mining (extracting attributes/keywords. Cloud Computing. Support vector machines. “Computer Architecture and Parallel Processing”. 2006. Nearest Neighbor Classifier. Morgan Kaufmann. Computational Grids and Applications References 1. G Coulouris. Distributed Systems. Agglomerative Hierarchical Clustering.Brigs. Message Passing. Dunham. Kai Hwang. 2. 2. Data Preprocessing: Why Preprocessing. Association Rule Based. Third Edition. Shared Memory and Threads. Parallel Performance. Unit-12: Parallel and Distributed Systems Terminology of Parallel and Distributed Computing. Tan. 2nd Edition.

Automated Guided Vehicles ( AGV’s). J. Robotics – Control. Operations Management. Materials Management. Gupta P. 2.. and White. plant location problems Reference Books 1. Facility layout and Location. A candidate has to take any three units (6 credits) Unit 1 : Quantitative techniques Optimization techniques. Kedar Nath : Operations Research. K. 4. and Hira D. Facilities Planning. D. Tata McGraw Hill. Petri Nets. Inventory Management . Tata McGraw Hill 1995 Unit 3 :Facility planning Site selection theories. Lee. Unit 4 :Production Systems Markov chain analysis. Discrete Time Markov Chain. Ltd Unit 2 : Robotics And Automation CAD / CAM. S. Sharma S. Generalized Stochastic PetriNets. S Chand & Company Ltd. various sensors in robotics. Avoiding obstacles by robot. Robotics for Engineers – Yoram Koren. A. Tata McGraw Hill. C.700003-B10: Advances in Production & Industrial Engineering Note: Each Unit is of 2 credits.2"d Edition. Sensing. Non-linear Programming. Analysis of Vision System.R. Janakiraman. G. Physical facilities – Algorithm. Stochastic of manufacturing Systems. R. K. Sharma J. John. Deterministic models . Thompkins. Francies.. A 3. Robotics and Image Processing by P. Warehouse layout models. Reference Books 1. McGraw Hill Int. 2..A. C. Project Management. R. Economic analysis. online Inspection through Vision System. Goal Programming. Panneerselvam : Operations Research. Supply Chain Management. Rapid Prototyping. J A and White. S. Gonzalez. Fu. Cell Formation in GT. Reference Books 1. 5. Deb Tata McGraw Hill. R. 56 .L.single and multi facility location models. : Mathematical Models in Operations Research. 4. Ram Nath & Co. Robot kinematics and dynamics. Resource Optimization. Wiely and Sail. Design of Grippers. Robotics Technology and Flexible Automation – S. Trajectory Planning in robotics. Weiss. OPTIZ ). : Operations Research. Plant Layout and Material handling James M Apple. Assembly line balancing. Simulation Using Software. 2. Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Material handling systems – Conveyor design. Industrial Robotics – Groover. Flexible Manufacturing Systems And Group Technology ( MICLASS. Vision and Intelligence – K. Job Allocation problems . Tata McGraw – Hill Publishing Company Limited. S. J.quadratic assignment problems. 3. 3.

Reliability based design. Terotechnology: Reliability Engineering and Maintenance Management .. Oxford-IBH. 3rd Edn. Gupta. AGREE. R. PMTS. J.Land: McGraw Hill.Microdisplacement and error analysis Modular Concept in Machine tool structure. HMSO. Production Flow Analysis for Planning Group Technology – John L. reliability evaluation of complex system.Guide to Equipment design C. Jardine. Gupta: Reliability Engineering & Terotechnology Mc Millan (I) Ltd. 1963. ARINC. Columns. Singh and R. 1997. Bio – dynamics analysis. Design of spindles based on deformation and rigidity. Hutchinson. Man .B Bhadury and S. Failure Modes Effects Analysis & Failure Modes Effects and Criticality Analysis. A..machine learning phenomenon. Evaluation of system reliability. "Motion and Time Study". Critical analysis of work design criteria. Reference Books 1. Unit 6 :Work Study & Ergonomics Time & Motion Study. Unit 7: Advanced Machine Tool Design Design of elements like Bed. 2. Srinath. 7. Concepts in Reliability in Engineering – L. Kapur and L.Cook. Design of Guides using FEA. Replacement & Reliability: A. Job evaluation and merit rating. A. maintainability and availability. HASS. C. London. static and dynamic rigidity. System reliability-Modelling and Evaluation – C. Anthropometry. Nonparametric reliability evaluation. S. Works Organisation and Management: Basu S. 57 . S. Burbridge 2. Chapnis and M. 3.Sanders. Human Factors in Design and Manufacturing-Mark S. Maintenance.Reference Books 1. N. Terotechnology & Reliability Engineering: A.Y. Guideways. 5. McCORMICK.K. Fair & Kim’s Algorithm.S. Lumbersome. McMillan Co. HALT. Barnes. Human Engineering.K. 3. Vibrational study . 4.C. Billinton. Accelerated reliability testing. Reference Books 1.K. Affiliated East West Press.K. Reliability in Engineering Design – K.. J. Wiley International. Asian Reference Books . 2. Lumped parametric method. Ernest. New Delhi 2002. Basu. K. 6.T. Mean & Median statistical methods. stability analysis.Morgan. K. Handbook of MRP II and JIT-John Petroff-Prentice hall Unit 5 : Reliability / Maintenance Fault Tree Analysis & Event Tree Analysis. and Datta N. 4. Just in Time – David Hutchins-Gower Publishing ISBN-0566077981 3.. Willey. Sahoo K.W.

Quality Control. displacement measurement technique.Reference Books 1.J. 4. Global management or six sigma management. Electro Chemical Discharge Machining(ECDM) . 2. CRC Press. theory and practice of Bulk forming processes. Tata McGraw Hill Publisher. – S. Numerical Control and Computer Aided Manufacturing – Kundra. Extrusion and Drawing process. 1996. MEMS and smart Devices by Julian W. Tata McGraw Hill. Unit 9 : Metrology and Quality Control Error due to Numerical Interpolation. Precision Engineering in Manufacturing . K. 4.C. Tata McGraw Hill. Tata McGrew Hill. 2002. Computer Numerical Control Machines – B. Electro Chemical Machining.C. Leatham and Jones. ‘Nanotechnology’ by Nario Taniguchi. Physical vapour deposition and chemical vapour deposition. Abrasive flow machining. The MEMS handbook. Sen. Ultrasonic machining. Basu and D. Varadan. NC Machine tools – S. R. Oxford University Press. Sheet 58 . Bhattacharya and G. Mehta. Error types and their evaluation. 7. high energy rate forming and Electroforming. Statistical Quality Control. 6. rolling. MEMS & Microsystem: Design & Manufacture by Tai ran Hsu. Process capability. Reference Books 1. Jain 3. Plastic deformation in forging. methods of improving accuracy and surface finish. I. Principles of Machine Tools – A. Laser trackers. 3. Calcutta. R. Gardner & Vijay K.L. Dry and Near dry EDM. Vibro ECDM. micro and nanometrology. Rao and Tiwari. Image processing and its applications in metrology. Electron Beam Machining. Plasma arc machining. Machine Tool Design – N. John Wiley & Sons. Metrology. 5.Process Capability Index. Gupta Unit 10 :Theory of plasticity. Engineering Metrology. Computer Control in Manufacturing – Yoram Koren. K. Quality assurance systems Reference Books 1. LASER machining. Martin. New Central Book Agency. Oxford – IBH. 2. ELBS. 2001. Electrical Discharge Machining(EDM). Microsensors. Murthy 2. Design of Machine Tools – Latest Edn. 2001 3.K. Advanced dimensional chain and tolerance stacking . K. Metal forming Analysis in drawing and extrusion of metals. . Unit 8 : Advanced Machining / Non conventional Machining Theory and Numerical analysis of abrasive jet machine. thermal Energy Methods material pressing. Pal.

contact theory of surface. forming limits and material models . Tribology – A System Approach – H. plastic anisotropy.Basu. Reference Books 1. 59 . and Caddell R.Y. Andrzej .Czichos and Elsevies.McGraw Hill Co.N. Theory of plastic deformation – Yield criteria .Process and analysis – by B. Tata Mcgraw Hill 3. Eaglewood. Springer Publications 2. Solutions to metal forming problems. McGraw Hill. Mielnik . Mujumdar. 1993 6.Classical and Advanced Topics by Sluzalec. 4.. Theory of Metal Forming Plasticity .K. Springer Publications Unit 11: Tribology Triboenvironment. Use of solid lubricants in extrusion and metal cutting.II and III-Kragelsky. Ergodicity and Stationarity of surface. method of testing and Characterization of lubrication.M.vol I.Other methods of analysis like FEM. Adhesive. Metal working science and Engineering by E. plate drawing. semi liquid and liquid friction under lubrication. wear. Erosive wear. Yield criteria.M. 4.Work of plastic deformation Analysis of forming processes . Rabinowics. Contact phenomenon & contact deformation of the surface. Viscoplasticity. 5.B. Upper and lower bound solution methods – slip line field.. 3. Inc..Energy slab method. Friction and Wear of Materials –E. Avitzur. – Prentice Hall.open die forging. Theory of Metal Forming Plasticity . Theory of plasticity “-Chakrabarthy J. Andrzej . B. Review of stress –strain relations. Reference Books 1. Fundamentals of Tribology – S. 1987.F. Flat rolling . Metal forming Mechanics and Metallurgy – Hofsord W. 5. Metal Forming .Classical and Advanced Topics by Sluzalec. Tribology of bearings – B. lubrication.C. boundary friction. Ahuja and S. Friction. Sengupta. PHI 2. Dry friction.metal forming. Abrasive. cliffs. Parameters affecting friction and wear. Wiley N.

Carbon Sequestration and management. Phase behavior. sequestration of carbon dioxide in geological formations. Unit 3: Production optimization Integrated production systems.700003-B11: Advances in Petroleum and Petrochemical Engineering Note: Each Unit is of 2 credits. Global and fossil fuel carbon cycles. Approximation by Fuzzy Numbers and Genetic Algorithms. fluid properties. Unit 2: Reservoir simulation Generalized approach. drilling optimization methods Unit 5: Enhanced Oil Recovery Fluid flow in permeable media. Microsystems. decision support methods. Shale gas and Gas Hydrates Unit 7: Intelligent systems in oilfield development Real options theory. advanced chemical approaches to sequestration. history matching. Production Allocation. advanced designs in bit technology and mud motors. CBM. Analysis of Alternatives for Oil Field Development under Uncertainty. Principal secondary and tertiary recovery mechanisms and Advances. advances in measurement while drilling (MWD) and other drilling technology. simulation of geomechanics. displacement efficiencies. Solution of model equations. real time drilling and communications. Real Option Value Calculation by Monte Carlo Simulation and . high performance computing. volumetric sweep efficiency. the wellbore and the surface facilities. Diagnosis of systems performance. model formulation. Mass and Momentum Transport. Linking the reservoir. Planning short. advanced biological processes. up scaling. A candidate has to take any three units (6 credits) Unit 1: Advanced Transport Phenomena Navier Stokes equations in Heat. risers and flow lines. reservoir inflow characterization and modeling tools. materials. streamline simulation. system 60 . advances in mud and solids control technology. and momentum equations. medium and long-term optimization of field management Unit 4: Emerging Drilling Technologies Materials. mass conservation. well modeling. multiphase flow modeling in wellbore. Pressure/Volume/Temperature (PVT) Treatment. Modeling of heterogeneous systems of practical interest in Navier Stokes framework. high performance processing Unit 8 Carbon capture and sequestration Greenhouse gas effect. tight gas reservoirs. thermodynamic characterization. GTL. energy equations. the near-wellbore. Unit 6: Unconventional Hydrocarbon Energy sources Heavy and extra heavy oil. fuzzy logic.

Evolutionary Algorithm. Unit 9: Artificial Intelligence Techniques Artificial Neural Network. Fuzzy Logic. science and technology capabilities.technology platforms and technologies. Their applications in petroleum and petrochemical engineering Unit 10: Numerical Methods Numerical Solution of system of stiff / non-stiff Ordinary Differential Equations and Partial Differential Equations with boundary conditions 61 . engineering system components.

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