You are on page 1of 3

ECD 2001 Syllabus

EMBEDDED SYSTEMS AND REAL TIME APPLICATIONS

3­0­0­3

Introduction to embedded systemss­ An embedded systems, features, current trends and challenges,  products life cycle, processor, tool chain, hardware design issues,system memory layouts, real – time  systems, hard and soft, predictable and deterministic kernel, scheduler. 8051 – 8 bitmicrocontrollers and interfacing­ Hardware: Microprocessor basics. Terminology and priciples. 8051 microcontroller.  Architechture:   Function   and   basic   description   of   8051   components   to   include   special   function  registers(SFRs).   Interfacing   and   address   decoding   techniques.Essential   hardware   for   computer  control. Interfacing, address decoding, analogue and digital input/output. Input/output control A/D  and   D/A   conversion,   intterupts,   bus   timing,   swerial   and   parallel   communication.   Bus   timing,  interrupts real time systems. Software:   Program   creation,   flow   charting.   Algorithms   for   embedded   control.   Structured  programming, data structures and types, program classification. Computer control: Components of  embedded   control   systems   to   include   terminology   and   components.   Discrete   modelling   for  sequential task, Multitasking systems,real time systems. Real world interfacing­LCD,ADC, sensors,  stepper motor,keyboard and DAC. Project on 8051­ Application based on 8051 Microcontrollers. Programming concepts­ Review of C­programming, Data structures, C++,EC++ Real ­Time Operating systems­Introduction to OS and EOS process management & Inter Process  communication.Memory management I/O subsystem file system organization. Introduction to Real­ time/ embedded operating systems.Real time scheduling performace Mterices of RTOS Linux and  RTLinux   internals   programming   in   linux   and   RT   linux   configuring   and   compiling   RT   linux  overview of other RTOS/EOS. Embedded   systems   Programming­   Embedded   system   design   issues   challeg\nges   and   trends   in  embedded   systems   assemblers,   compilers,   linkers,loaders,   debuggers   profile   and   test   coverage  tools . Software Engineering­Software Life cycle Models, Embedded systems design,implementation and  testing, project Management Core References 1. Raj Kamal,'Embedded systems',Tata Mc GrawHill, 2003 2. Shultz,T.W,'C and the 8051: Programming for multitasking', Prentice Hall 1993 3. Mazidi,'The 8051 Microcontrollers and embedded systems',Pearson Education Asia Refernces 1. Barnett, R.H, 'The 8051 family of microcontroller',Prentice Hall 1995 2. Ayala, K.J 'The 8051 microcontroller: Architechture, programming and applications'. West  publishing, 1991 3. stewart,   J.W,'The   8051   Microcontrollers:Hardware,   software   and  interfacing'.Regents/Prentice Hall, 1993 4. Yeralan,S,Ahluwalia,A.   Programming   and   interfacing     and   interfacing   the   80561  Microcontroller',Addison­Wesley, 1995

T. Magnetic   Levitation   devices­magnetostatic   repulsion.EMD 2001            SPECIAL PURPOSE ELECTRICAL MACHIES 3­0­0­3 Course Objective: This paper gives an over view of some of the special machies for control and  industrial application. Reluctance motors­principle of operation – conventional and special types of rotor construction –  equivalent circuit­phasor diagram­chararistics­application. Larendon Press Oxford 2. 4.'Electrical Machinery and transformers'.J. Linear   motors­differnet   types­end­equivalent   circuit   applications­linear   reluctence   motor­linear  synchronous motors.   Mc   Graw   Hill  International Edn.         . Drivers and Power Systems'.Prentice Hall India Ltd.'Fractional   &   sub   fractional   hp   electric   motors'. C. Syllabus Servomotor­AC   servomotor   –   construction   –   priciple   of   operation­performance   characteristics­  damped   AC   servomotor­drag   cup   servomotor­applications­dc   servomotor­feild   and   armature  controlled   DC   servomotor   –   permenent   magnet   armature   controlled   –   series   split   feild   DC  servomotor.'Brushless PM and reluctance Motor drivers'. Switched Reluctance Motors­principle of opeartion ­differnet types­comparison­applications. Stepped Motors­differnet types­construction­theory of operation­comparison­application.Oxford Science Publication 5.   Magnetic   attraction­electromagnetic  repulsion­magnetic levitation vehicles. Takashi Kenjo. References: 1.'Electrical Machines.' Stepping Motor and microprocessor control'. Vienott   and   Martin   .Oxford Science publications 3. Brushless DC motors­different types – applications Hysteresis   Motor   –   Principle   of   operation­constructional   details­selection   of   rotor   materials­ performance characteristics – torque equation­applications. Theodore Wildi.E Miller. Irving L Kossow.