# Curriculum Undergraduate Programme

B TECH INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL ENGINEERING

Dr B R AMBEDKAR NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY JALANDHAR – 144011

Phone: 0181-2690301, 02 (Ext. 213)

Fax: 0181-2690932

Website: www.nitj.ac.in

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With rapidly changing industrial scene and technological advances that have taken place in microelectronics, telecommunications and computer technologies the field of Instrumentation and Control Engineering (ICE) has been revolutionalized. This needs upgradation and updating the existing academic programmes, so that trained human resources are competent to meet requirements of today’s industries. Accordingly the Department of Instrumentation and Control Engineering has come forward to restructure the academic programmes stipulated under the credit based system. We have tried our best to prepare a Model Curriculum and syllabi for four year under graduate programme in Instrumentation and Control Engineering. The exercise was handicapped with the following difficulties: i) ii) iii) It is interdisciplinary in character involving considerable inputs from other disciplines. It depends on advances in science, microelectronics and computer technologies Its differential status at the National and International level viz. the discipline of Instrumentation and Control Engineering is yet to get an independent status in advanced countries though it has been able to get a distinctly separate status at the national level.

PREFACE

It is really challenging to evolve a common programme for this discipline that meets the need of national and international industries and research establishments. However, with the rich experience of successful experimentation with above idea for over forty years, the task of development of a model curriculum could be possible. The suggested curriculum is based on philosophy presented by the Dean (Academic Programmes) during the Senate meeting of the institute. It possesses the following features: i) ii) iii) The suggested curriculum is in conformity with IIT/AICTE norms with emphasis on analysis and design of industrial processes required to work in control environment. The graduates turned out have to be acceptable by national and international industry and academic / research establishments. The programme has to be forward looking in context of the rapid changing scenario of science and technology which provides a proper balance in teaching of basic sciences, social sciences and management, engineering sciences and technical arts, technologies and their applications. Core subjects have been selected to cover all those, which are essential in training of ICEgraduates. The curriculum presents flexibility so that new programmes started with reasonable sources can be managed with a scope of further updating as the resource position improves.

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The above features have been achieved by offering a number of electives courses (14) both departmental and open in nature. I take this opportunity to express my deep appreciation to members of the Senate for their valuable suggestions and critical comments in finalizing the curriculum and Professor Moin Uddin, Director, NIT Jalandhar for his initiative and direction. I am also grateful to Dr S S Bhasin, Panjab University Chandigarh, Sh R C Arora, Deputy Director, CSIO Chandigarh and Professor Vinod Kumar, IIT Roorkee for suggesting essential ingredients, which needs to be incorporated. It is hoped that the curriculum complied in form of the booklet will be of immense help to the students and the faculty in smooth offering the under graduate programme in Instrumentation and Control Engineering. I thank all the members of curriculum committee and the faculty of ICE Department for help and cooperation rendered in bringing out this booklet in time. (R JHA) Professor and Head Department of Instrumentation and Control Engineering Dr B R Ambedkar National Institute of Technology Jalandhar (Punjab)-144011

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Dr B R AMBEDKAR NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, JALANDHAR BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY (B. TECH INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL ENGG.)

TEACHING SCHEME

1ST SEMESTER

GROUP-A Sr. Course No Code 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. MA-101 PH-101 IC/EC-101 CS-101 BT-101 HM-101 PH-102 ME-101 IC/EC-102 CS-102

Name Mathematics-I Physics Electrical Sciences Computer Programming Introduction to Bio Sciences Psychology of Human Behaviour Physics Lab Engineering Graphics Electrical Science lab Computer Programming Lab Total

L 3 3 3 2 3 2 0 1 0 0 17

T 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 03

P 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 2 2 10

Contact Credit Hours 4 4 4 2 3 2 2 5 2 2 30 4 4 4 2 3 2 1 3 1 1 25

GROUP-B Sr. Course No Code 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. MA-101 CH-101 ME-102 HM-102 CE-101 HM-103 IN-101 ME-103 HM-104 CH-102

Name Mathematics-I Chemistry Elements of Mechanical Engg. English Communication Environmental Science & Tech. Introduction to Management Manufacturing Process Mechanical Engineering Lab English Communication Lab Chemistry Lab Total

L 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 17

T 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 03

P 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 2 2 10

Contact Credit Hours 4 4 4 3 2 2 5 2 2 2 30 4 4 4 3 2 2 3 1 1 1 25

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MA-102 PH-101 IC/EC-101 CS-101 BT-101 HM-101 PH-102 ME-101 IC/EC-102 CS-102
Name Mathematics-II Physics Electrical Sciences Computer Programming Introduction to Bio Sciences Psychology of Human Behaviour Physics Lab Engineering Graphics Electrical Science lab Computer Programming Lab Total
L 3 3 3 2 3 2 0 1 0 0 17
T 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 03
P 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 2 2 10
Contact Credit Hours 4 4 4 2 3 2 2 5 2 2 30 4 4 4 2 3 2 1 3 1 1 25
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.2ND SEMESTER GROUP-A Sr. MA-102 CH-101 ME-102 HM-102 CE-101 HM-103 IN-101 ME-103 HM-104 CH-102
Name Mathematics-II Chemistry Elements of Mechanical Engg. 8. 2. English Communication Environmental Science & Tech. 5. 7. 6. 5. 2. 4. 9. 10. Course No Code 1. 6. 3. Introduction to Management Manufacturing Process Mechanical Engineering Lab English Communication Lab Chemistry Lab Total
L 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 17
T 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 03
P 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 2 2 10
Contact Credit Hours 4 4 4 3 2 2 5 2 2 2 30 4 4 4 3 2 2 3 1 1 1 25
GROUP-B Sr. 8. 7. Course No Code 1. 9. 4. 10. 3.

MA-201 IC-201 IC-205
Mathematics-III Circuit Theory Electrical Measurement and Measuring Instruments Digital Electronics Engineering Economics & Industrial Management Circuit Theory Laboratory Electrical Measurement and Measuring Instruments Laboratory Digital Electronics Laboratory TOTAL
3 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 15
1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 5
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Math-I & II Electrical Science Electrical Science
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IC-202 MA-202 IC-204 EC-252
EMF Theory Numerical Methods Electrical Machines Electronic Devices and Analog Integrated Circuits Object Oriented Programming Entrepreneurial Development & Management Electrical Machines Laboratory
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4 4 4 4 Computer SoftwareTheory Practice Electrical Science
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Electronic Devices and Analog Integrated Circuits Laboratory Object Oriented Programming Laboratory TOTAL
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4. 8.
IC-302 IC-304 ICIC-308
Process Dynamics and Control Signal Processing Elective-III Data Acquisition and Transmission Elective-IV Elective-V Signal Processing Laboratory Minor Project (ISD) TOTAL
3 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 18
1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4
4 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 24
4 4 3 3 3 3 1 1 22
Control Engineering-I Circuit Theory
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Transducers & Signal Conditioning
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IC-301 IC-305
Microprocessors and Applications Control Engineering-I Transducers and Signal Conditioning Material Science (Nano Science) Elective-I Elective-II Microprocessors and Applications Laboratory Control Engineering-I Laboratory Transducers and Signal Conditioning Laboratory TOTAL
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Digital Electronics Circuit Theory Electrical
Measurement
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IC-309 4. IC-311 IC-307
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SEMESTER Course No Course Title L Periods T P/D Contact Hours Cre dits Prerequisit e C at AIC TE Par amet ers DC DC DC DC
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ICICIC-306 IC-310
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SEMESTER Course No Course Title L Periods T P/D Contact Hours Cre dits Prerequisit e C at AIC TE Par amet ers DC DC DC OE OE DC
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SEMESTER Course No Course Title L Periods T P/D Contact Hours Cre dits Prerequisit e C at AIC TE Par amet ers DC
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ICICIC-
Elective-VIII Elective-IX Elective-X Open Elective-III Open Elective-IV Analytical Instrumentation Laboratory Process Control Laboratory Major Project (Part-II) TOTAL
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3 3 3 3 3
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IC-402
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IC-401 ICICIC-403 ICICIC-405
Biomedical Instrumentation Elective-VI Elective-VII Open Elective-I Open Elective-II Biomedical Instrumentation Lab Major Project (Part-I) Training Seminar TOTAL
3 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 0 15
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 4 10
3 3 3 3 3 2 4 0 4 25
3 3 3 3 3 1 2 4 2 24
Transducers & Signal Conditioning
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8. 13. 17. 16. ELECTIVE-IV 10. 9. ELECTIVE-V 14. IC-341 IC-343 IC-345 *Electrical Power Systems Electrical Drives Computer Aided Network Design 6TH SEMESTR ELECTIVE-III 7. ELECTIVE-II 4. IC-362 IC-364 IC-366 IC-368 Instrumentation System Design *Industrial Measurement Advanced Sensors Power Plant Instrumentation 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 IC-342 IC-344 IC-346 IC-348 *Microcontrollers & Applications Nuclear Instrumentation Environmental Instrumentation & Safety Optical Instrumentation & Measurement 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 IC-322 IC-324 IC-326 *Control Engineering-II Computer Organization & Architecture Advanced Techniques in Measurement 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 IC-321 IC-323 IC-325 *Signals & Systems Computer Networks Power Electronics 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3
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COURSE TITLE SEMESTER
L-T-P-C
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. 12.LIST OF DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVES (FOR BATCH 2007 ONWARDS) SR NO. COURSE CODE 5 ELECTIVE-I 1. 2. 5. 11. 6. 3. 15.

ELECTIVE-X 34. 31. 32. 35. ELECTIVE-VII 22. 24. 19. 20. IC-441 IC-443 IC-445 IC-447 Optimal Control Theory Control System Design Digital Control system Modeling & Simulation 8TH SEMESTER ELECTIVE-VIII 26. 28. 33. 29. ELECTIVE-IX 30. 36. 23. 21.7TH SEMESTER
ELECTIVE-VI
18. 27. 25. IC-442 IC-444 IC-446 IC-448 Advanced Networks Soft Computing Image Processing Matlab 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 IC-432 IC-434 IC-436 IC-438 *Advanced Process Control Identification & Adaptive Control Computer Control of Industrial Processes Adaptive Signal Processing 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 IC-422 IC-424 IC-426 IC-428 *Analytical Instrumentation Embedded Systems Neural Network and Fuzzy Logic Virtual Instrumentation 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 IC-421 IC-423 IC-425 IC-427 Robotics & Automation PLC & SCADA Mechatronics Intelligent Instrumentation 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3
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. 37.

3. IC-09 IC-11
Virtual Instrumentation Non-conventional Energy Sources Signals & Systems 8TH SEMESTER
3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3
OPEN ELECTIVE-III 7. IC-08 IC-10 IC-12 Industrial instrumentation Biomedical Instrumentation Physiological Control Systems 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3
11
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COURSE CODE 7
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COURSE TITLE SEMESTER
L-T-P-C
OPEN ELECTIVE-I 1. 12. 6. 11. 9. 2.LIST OF OPEN ELECTIVES (TO BE OFFERED TO OTHER DEPARTMENTS)
SR NO. IC-01 IC-03 IC-05 Elements of Control Engineering Transducers Optimization Techniques 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3
OPEN ELECTIVE-II 4. IC-02 IC-04 IC-06 Generation & Control of Electric Power Intellectual Property Rights Experimental Methods for Engineers 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3 3-0-0-3
OPEN ELECTIVE-IV 10. 8. IC-07 5.

(2 0 0) 2 IC-205 EMMI (3 1 0) 4
07
17
03
10
30
25
III
IC-201 Circuit Theory (3 1 0) 4
IC-203 Circuit Theory Lab (0 0 2) 1 IC-204 Electrical Machines (3 1 0) 4 PH-206 Material Science (Nano Science) (3 1 0) 4 IC-306 Signal Processing Lab (0 0 2) 1 IC-400 Project (Ph-I) (0 0 4) 2 IC-400 Project (Ph-II) (0 0 8) 4
IC-207 EMMI Lab (0 0 2) 1
05
15
05
06
26
23
IV
IC-202 EMF Theory (3 1 0) 4
IC-206 Electrical Machines Lab (0 0 2) 1 IC-305 Control Engg-I (3 1 0) 4 IC-307 Control Engg-I Lab (0 0 2) 1
CS-207 Object Oriented Programming (3 0 0) 3 IC-309 Transducers & Signal Conditioning (3 1 0) 4 IC-3XX Elective-III (3 0 0) 3
CS-217 Object Oriented Progr. & Industrial Mgmt. Lab (0 0 2) 1 IC-404 Process Control Lab (0 0 2) 1
IC-308 Data Acquisition & Transmission (3 0 0) 3 IC-300 Training (0 0 0) 4
IC-310 Minor Project (ISD) (0 0 2) 1 IC-405 Seminar (0 0 4) 2
IC-3XX Elective-V (3 0 0) 3
06
18
02
04
24
22
VII
IC-4XX Elective-VI (3 0 0) 3 IC-4XX Elective-VIII (3 0 0) 3
IC-4XX Elective-VII (3 0 0) 3 IC-4XX Elective-IX (3 0 0) 3 IC-4XX Elective-X (3 0 0) 3
05 Open Elective-I (3 0 0) 3 Open Elect-III (3 0 0) 3 Open Elect-II (3 0 0) 3 05 Open Elect-IV (3 0 0) 3
15
00
10
25
24
VIII
15
00
12
27
21
Total
190
Note: Course codes for elective courses will be corresponding to courses listed as elective subjects in the teaching scheme
10
Credits
9
. Lab (0 0 2) 1
CH-101 Chemistry (3 1 0) 4
CH-102 Chemistry Lab (0 0 2) 1
CE-101 Environmental Sci. Lab (0 0 2) 1 IC-3XX Elective-IV (3 0 0) 3
HM-202 Entrepreneuri al Dev. Lab (0 0 2) 1 IC-311 Transducers & Signal Condt. Tech in Instrumentation and Control Engineering
L T P Weekly Contact Hrs Lecture Courses
I
MA-101 Mathematics-I (3 1 0) 4
PH-101 Physics (3 1 0) 4
PH-102 Physics Lab (0 0 2) 1
IC/EC-101 Electrical Sci (3 1 0) 4
IC-103 Electrical Sci Lab (0 0 2) 1 IN-101 Mfg. Lab ((0 0 2) 1
HM-101 Psychology of Human Behaviour (2 0 0) 2 HM-102 English Communicatio n (3 0 0) 3 HM-201 Engg. & Mgmt (3 0 0) 3 IC-2XX Elective-I (3 0 0) 3
06
18
04
06
28
25
V
IC-303 Microprocess or & App. Process (1 0 4) 3
CS-101 Computer Programming (2 0 0) 2 ME-102 Elements of Mechanical Engg. (3 1 0) 4
CS-102 Computer Prog. Eco. (3 1 0) 4
ME-101 Engineering Graphics (1 0 4) 3 HM-103 Introduction to Management (2 0 0) 2 EC-205 Digital Electronics (3 1 0) 4 EC-252 EDAIC (3 1 0) 4
BT-101 Introduction to Bio Sciences (3 0 0) 3 HM-104 English Comm. & Tech. Lab (0 0 2) 1 ME-103 Mechanical Engg.Course Structure
Sem
B. Lab (0 0 2) 1
IC-2XX Elective-II (3 0 0) 3
06
18
04
06
28
25
VI
IC-304 Signal Processing (3 1 0) 4 IC-403 Biomedical Inst. Lab (0 0 2) 1 EC-225 Digital Electronics Lab (0 0 2) 1 EC-272 EDAIC Lab (0 0 2) 1
07
17
03
10
30
25
II
MA-102 MathematicsII (3 1 0) 4 MA-201 MathematicsIII (3 1 0) 4 MA-202 Numerical Methods (3 1 0) 4 IC-301 Microprocess or & Applications (3 1 0) 4 IC-302 Process Dynamics &Control (3 1 0) 4 IC-401 Biomedical Inst. (3 0 0) 3 IC-402 Analytical Inst.

Application of Op-amps. 4. Solution of parallel circuits and resonance. Solutions of Magnetic Circuits. Boylestad and Nashelsky. General feedback structure. networks. Effective and Average values of sinusoids and determination of form factor. Basic Semiconductor Concepts and Devices: Intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors. Concept & working of wattmeter & A. New Delhi (2002). 2nd Edition. p-n junction in the breakdown region. 8. Electrical Science Laboratory [0 0 2 1]
IC/EC-102 1.1ST SEMESTER IC/EC-101 Electrical Science [3 1 0 4]
Network Laws and Theorems: Network Laws for D. Analysis of simple RLC-series circuits. Three Phase A. 3. Dr John Hiley. EMF equation. equivalent model. ideal Op-amp. Effect of positive and negative feedback on amplifier gain and bandwidth. Del Torro. p-n junction under open-circuit. 5. watt-hour meters. “Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory”. New Delhi (1994) Kothari D P and Nagrath I J. Half-wave. Press. basic principles of sinusoidal oscillators. Principle of superposition. Verification of circuit theorems. Classification of network elements. Thevenin’s and Superposition theorems (with DC sources only).C. Circuits: 3-phase EMF generation. Dr Keith Brown. 6. Pearson Education India. 6. Ltd. Operational Amplifiers: Op-amp terminals. Ideal diode. rating and phasor diagrams on no-load & full-load. 5. Transistor as a switch.C. Phasor diagrams. Open circuit and short circuit tests on a single-phase transformer and to obtain Pi-loss. positive and negative feedback. Regulation and efficiency. 4. 7. Oxford Univ. Line & phase quantities and relations. 2. Delta and star connection. Working of Switched Mode Power Supply (SMPS). Line regulation and load regulation. New Delhi (2005). Load-line analysis of diode circuits. Hysteresis and Eddy current losses. Mr Ian McKenzie Smith.
To measure the armature and field resistance of a DC Machine To calibrate a test (moving iron) ammeter and a (dynamometer) wattmeter with respect to standard (DC PMMC) ammeter and voltmeters. Ampere’s circuital law. Pc-loss efficiency & regulation. Inverting and non-inverting configurations. “Electrical Engineering Fundamentals”. Measurement of power in three-phase circuits. Oscillation criteria.C. reverse-bias and forward-bias conditions.C. 2. 8th Ed. Determination of open circuit characteristics (OCC) of a DC machine. Open-circuit & shortcircuit tests. “Basic Electrical Engineering”. Power Supplies: Block diagram of power supply. diffusion and drift currents. Measurement of current and voltages in R-L-C series circuit excited by (single phase) AC supply and to develop phasor diagram. To obtain voltage-current characteristics of incandescent lamps and fusing time-current characteristics of fuse wire. Feedback Amplifiers and Oscillators: Concept of feedback. Bipolar junction transistor. 8th Ed. or star-delta starter.
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. 3. Thevenin’s & Norton’s Theorems. Connection and starting of a three-phase induction motor using direct on line (DOL). “Electronic Fundamentals and Applications”. passive filers. 9. Zener diode as voltage regulator. Prentice Hall of India Pvt. 5th PHI.. Solution of 3-phase circuits – balanced voltage & balanced load. Regulators. Tata McGraw Hill. Deltastar and star-delta conversion. Pearson Education India.physical structure and modes of operation. Edward Hughes. Full-wave and Bridge rectifiers. Circuits: 1-phase EMF generation. Connection and measurement of power consumption of a fluorescent lamp. John D Ryder. Nagsarkar T K and Suhija M S. New Delhi (2002). Books Recommended 1. Node voltage & mesh current methods. advantages of negative feedback. New Delhi. constructional details.. “Basic Electrical Engineering”. Equivalent circuits. terminal characteristics of junction diode. “Hughes Electrical & Electronic Technology”. New Delhi (1996). Single Phase A. Magnetic Circuits and Transformers: Analogy between electric & magnetic circuits.

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14. 18. 13. To get familiar with the working knowledge of the following instruments: a) Cathode ray oscilloscope (CRO) b) Multimeter (Analog and Digital) c) Function generator d) Power supply a) To measure phase difference between two waveforms using CRO b) To measure an unknown frequency from Lissajous figures using CRO a) Plot the forward and reverse V-I characteristics of P-N junction diode b) Calculation of cut-involtage c) Study of Zener diode in breakdown region To plot and study the input and output characteristics of BJT in common-emitter configuration To find frequency response of a given amplifier and calculate its bandwidth To get familiar with pin-configuration of typical op-amp(741) and its use as: a) Inverting amplifier b) Non-inverting amplifiler c) Summing amplifier d) Difference amplifier Use of op-amp as a) Integrator b) Differentiator To assemble Wein Bridge oscillator circuit and calculation of oscillation-frequency and its verification from the observed output To assemble and test 5V/9 V DC regulated power supply and find its line-regulation and load-regulation
Note: Students are required to perform at least 10-experiments out of the above list. 21. Two-wattmeter method of measuring power in three-phase circuit (resistive load only). 12.
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19. 20.10.
Starting and speed control of a DC shunt motor. Connection and testing of a single-phase energy meter (unit power factor load only). 11. 17.

both end free problems. Books Recommended 1. “Introduction to Modern Network Synthesis”. Fundamental concepts of calculus of variations. graph of a network. Legendre’s polynomials and their properties. IC-201 Grewal. and general network transformations. trees. synthesis of dissipative network.Addison-Wisley Publishing Company Conway J B. h. Wiley (1980) Roy Choudhury D. network functions.”Higher Engineering Mathematics”. Time domain behavior from pole-zero plot. Image parameters. Thirty-fifth edition. conformal mappings. Impulse response of first and second order circuits. Bessel’s differential equation and Bessel functions and their properties. 5. Z-. “Networks and Systems”. Attenuation and phase shift in symmetrical T. New Age International Publisheres (1997) Roy Choudhury D. Characteristics impedance and cut off frequency. Legendre’s differential equation. Graph Theory and Network Equations: Introduction. 2. solutions of Linear Differential Equations for electric network-problems. Network Synthesis: Introduction. IC-203 1. Interrelationship between these parameters. Prentice Hall. time varying circuits. duality. Cauchy’s integral formula and derivatives of analytic functions. Zero state response and complete response. Taylor and Laurent series. 4. 3rd Ed. Characterization of linear time invariant two port networks. 3. 3. positive real functions. Books Recommended 1. Introduction to Fourier Transform. co-trees and loops. Narosa Publishing House. necessary conditions for driving point functions and transfer functions. Cauchy’s integral theorem. Khanna Publishers .other end free problems. Filter networks. 3. Applications of Laplace Transform: Introduction. Filters and Active Networks: Classifications of filters. Wiley and Sons (1999).” Calculus of Variations ”. Van-Valkenburg M E. Cut-set matrix. m-derived filters. zeros and singularities.and transmission parameters. constrained extrema. Poles and zeros. Two-terminal R-L network. 2. Elsgole L E. “Network Analysis“. Constant k-low pass and high pass filters. Two-terminal R-C networks. LC-network. Circuit Theory [3 1 0 4]
Network Analysis Techniques: Reciprocity Theorem. Zero input response. 1980. 6. evaluation of real improper integrals. Application of Laplace Transform analysis of electrical circuits – Linear time invariant first and second order circuits. Milliman’s Theorem.Y-. “Functions of One Complex Variables”. Circuit Theory Laboratory To study resonance in circuits To Verify Telegen’s theorem To verify Thevenin’s Theorem and Norton Theorem for a given network To verify maximum power transfer theorem and reciprocity theorem To evaluate two-port parameters for a TTPN To verify working of inter-connected two TTPNs [0 0 2 1]
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. Synthesis of R-L and R-C networks by Cauer and Foster – methods.networks. 4. Hurwitz polynomials. New Delhi (1999) Aatre V K. functional involving several independent functions. analytic functions and Cauchy Riemann equations. line integral of elementary functions. differential equations reducible to Bessel’s differential equation. some basic theorems. Telegen’s Theorem and Maximum Power Transfer Theorem – Applications of Network Theorems to network analysis both with dc and ac inputs and magnetic coupling. Tie-set matrix and loop currents. one end fixed. Interconnection of 2-port networks.3RD SEMESTER MA-201 Mathematics-III [3 1 0 4]
Limit and derivative of a complex function. linear fractional transformations and mappings by elementary functions Series solution of differential equations.and π. “Networks and Systems”. partial fraction expansion-Heaviside’s Expansion Theorem. Analysis of networks using graph theory. Two Port Networks: Introduction. 5. Network Functions: Ports and terminal pairs. New Age International Publishers (2000) Van-Valkenburg M E. residues and residue theorem. driving point and transfer impedance function. The convolution Integral-evaluation. B S . pass band and stop band types. 1961Pergamon Press . Fourier-Legendre expansion of a function. incidence matrix.Delhi. 2. “Network Theory and Filter Design”.

Dual range potentiometer. PMMC. 20. 3. hystereris loop. Prentice Hall. Measurement of capacitance. Books Recommended 1. Prentice Hall. horizontal Deflecting system. pointers and scales. application of dc potentiometer. Rectifier type. Ewing Double bar permeameter. 17. fabricate and to obtain characteristics of a composite high pass filter To design. Moving iron. 13. 15. operating forces in indicating instruments. Measurement of Resistances: Classification of resistances. Instrument Transformers: Theory and construction of current and potential transformers. “Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques”. 12. energy (1-phase induction type wattmeter).7. Cathode Ray Oscilloscope: Principle and working of CRO. secondary burden and frequency. transformation ratio and phase angle errors and their minimization. 10. Volt ohmmeter or multimeter. power factor (single phase Electrodynamometer). Measurement of frequency. 11. construction and salient features of electromechanical indicating / registering instrument viz. frequency and phase angle using CRO. Block diagram presentation of CRO and brief description of various elements of CRO – CRT. a) To draw the characteristics of output voltage of a coupled circuit b) Determination of self and mutual inductances of a coupled circuit To convert a four terminal network into a three terminal network (i. 8. Vertical deflecting system. Wiley Eastern Limited. Measurement of mutual inductance. Inc. Wolf S and Smith R F M. Determination of B-H curve. fabricate and to obtain characteristics of a low pass T type filter To design. self balancing potentiometer. “Electronic Instrumentation and Measurements”. Working principle. AC Bridges: General theory of ac bridge. Prentice Hall. Applications”. 5. CRO probes. Concepts. fabricate and to obtain characteristics of a composite low pass filter To design. Cooper W D. 16. New Delhi (1994) Reissland Martin V. 19. fabricate and to obtain characteristics of a high pass T type filter To design.c. 4. “Electrical and Electronics Measurements and Instrumentation”. input. Induction type for the measurement of dc and ac voltage. fabricate and to obtain characteristics of a composite band pass filter To obtain the response of a given network to step and impulse inputs and to verify the result To obtain the impulse response and frequency response of a zero hold circuit To study an active filter and to obtain characteristics in respect of Butterworth filter To study Chebyshev filter and to realize it in both active and passive form
Note: At least 8-10 experiments are to be performed IC-205 Electrical Measurement and Measuring Instruments [3 1 0 4]
Analog Measuring Instruments: Classification of analog instruments. 14. equivalent T network) To design. Measurement of self inductance.
To measure amplitude and frequency of the signal using CRO (Y-t mode)
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. effects of pf. 18. Sources of error in ac bridges and their minimization. separation of iron losses by wattmeter and Bridge methods. Magnetic Measurement: Working principle and theory of Ballistic galvanometer. Measurement of low resistance (Kelvin double bridge. T/W ratio. To find the Q of a coil by a series resonance method and verify it using Q meter.
To evaluate transmission parameters of a ladder network To plot current locus of R-L and R-C series circuits a) To observe the response of a RLC circuit to a. Volt ratio box. New Delhi (1996). measurement of medium resistance. New Delhi (1982) Sawhney A K. fabricate and to obtain characteristics of a band pass T type filter To design. 22. ”Student Reference Manual for Electronic Instrumentation Laboratories”. 9. 2. 21. CRO screen. theory. Measurement of voltage. Measurement of flux density.e. Laboratory type Crompton’s potentiometer. Ammeter -Voltmeter) and Measurement of high resistance including loss of charge method and Mega ohm bridge method. current. b) Determining the phase shift between the applied voltage and current using Lissajous figures. Dhanpat Rai and Sons. Hopkinson permeameter. New Delhi (1993) Bell David A. Electrodynamometer. “Electrical Measurements Fundamentals. New Delhi (1989). power. Potentiometer: Introduction to basic principle. Electrical Measurement and Measuring Instruments Laboratory [0 0 2 1]
IC -207 1.

Third Edition. “Digital Design” Pearson Education. Steady state accuracy test. 6.Asynchronous and synchronous type Modulo counters. DTL. Jain R P “Modern Digital Electronics”.
Verification of the truth tables of TTL gates. type of registers. Binary ladder D/A converter. 7400. (2006) James W. 5. D/A accuracy and resolution. Parity Checker and Magnitude Comparator. 3. Sequential Logic Concepts And Components: Flip flops . 9. ECL and MOS Logic families: NMOS. Verification of the truth table of the De-Multiplexer 74154. 12. Verify the NAND and NOR gates as universal logic gates. Third Edition. 7.
Note: At least 8 Experiments are to be performed EC-205 Digital Electronics [3 1 0 4]
Number Systems and Boolean Algebra: Number systems. 11. Parallel A/D Converter.SR. Displacement characteristics of a potentiometer To plot calibration curve for PMMC. Verify the truth table of a J-K flip-flop (7476) Verify the truth table of a D flip-flop (7474)
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. Successive approximation A/D converter. New Delhi. Encoders and Decoders. ROMs. Implementation of combinational logic using standard logic gates. 9.Level triggering and edge triggering. 7. 7404. Comparison of different logic families. 5. Code Converters. 4. 8. R/W memories. 8. Logic gates. DCTL. 2. Subtraction using 1’s & 2’s complements. circuit diagrams. Malvino and Leach “Digital principles and Applications” Tata McGraw Hill. Books Recommended 1. PLA. 15. 4. Single and Dual slope A/D converter. Adders. CMOS. 3. Canonical forms. Verification of the truth table of the Multiplexer 74150. JK. 4. Tabulation method.Counters . PMOS.g. 2. and characteristics of memories. Digital Logic Families: Introduction to bipolar Logic families: RTL. Charged-Coupled Device memory.2. 10. Digital Electronics Laboratory [0 0 2 1]
EC-225 1. Bignell and Robert Donovan. 7402.Totem pole. 6. Semiconductor Memories: Memory organization. Shift registers. Tata McGraw-Hill. A/D accuracy and resolution. 7486. 5th Edition (2007) Flecther “An Engineering Approach to Digital Design”. TTL subfamilies. Theorems of Boolean algebra.. Complements 9’s &10’s. open collector outputs. Combinational Logic: Representation of logic functions. D and T flip flops . TTL. e. Design and verification of the truth tables of Half and Full subtractor circuits. 14. Radix conversion. 3. Sequential memories. PAL and Gate Array. Design and test of an S-R flip-flop using NOR/NAND gates. Prentice Hall of India. design with state equation state diagram. Subtractors. Content Addressable memories.
To measure frequency of an unknown signal and phase angle between two signals obtaining Lissajous pattern using a CRO Measurement of medium resistance with the help of a Wheatstone Bridge Measurement of low resistance with the help of a Kelvin Double Bridge Measurement of high resistance using a Meggar Measurement of capacitance and inductance by Maxwell’s Bridge Measurement of capacitance by Schering Bridge Measurement of frequency by Wein’s Bridge To study potentiometer and to plot EMF Vs. Simplification using Karnaugh map. Design and verification of the truth tables of Half and Full adder circuits. Error detecting and Correcting codes. (2003) Mano M Morris. 7408. Binary codes. 7432. Details of TTL logic family . “Digital Electronics”. 5. D/A And A/D Converters: Weighted resistor type D/A Converter. Excitation tables . Classification. Multiplexers and Demultiplexers. Moving Iron and Electrodynamometer type of voltmeters To measure power consumed by a 3-phase load and to find its power factor using 2-Wattmeter method To plot calibration curve for a single phase energy meter To find Q-factor of the coil using series resonance method and verify it using LCR-Q meter To draw a B-H loop of toroidal specimen by the Fluxmeter To measure iron losses in the magnetic specimen using Wattmeter method. counter type A/D converter. 13.

R. Inventory control: Introduction and objective of inventory control. “Management Science”. Verify the truth table of decoder driver 7447/7448. Iowa State Press: Iowa Grant. time value of money.A .. sum-of-the year’s digest method. Moore and Taylor.
HM-201
Engineering Economics and Industrial Management
[3 1 0 4]
Definition and Scope of Engineering Economics: Concept of revenue and costs. 2.L. model with shortages. E. R. aims and value engineering procedure. Design and test D/A converter using R-2R Ladder Network • Experimentation work to be supported by simulated results. 7493. sinking fund method and service output method of depreciation. Value Engineering Analysis: Value analysis vs. and Leanenworh. 4. Operate the universal shift register 74194.M. present and future worth methods. purchase model with instantaneous replenishment.S. (1973). Verify the frequency division at each stage and with a low frequency clock (say 1 Hz) display the count on LEDs. Ronald Press: New York Lee S.. 13. determination of economic life of an asset. advantages & applications. uncertainty and conflict. “Engineering Economics’” Prentice Hall of India: New Delhi Smith G. approaches for make or buy decision.G. ‘Principles of Engineering Economy’. value engineering function. decision making under risk certainty. graphical and Simplex Methods and applications in decision making..W. replacement of items that fail suddenly and that fail over a period of time. Irevan. H. break-even analysis. (2001). 5.10. “Operations Research: An Introduction”. declining balance method.
Operate the counters 7490. Panaeerselvam. Law of demand & supply. 3. Replacement and maintenance Analysis: Types of maintenance. Forecasting: Demand forecasting by quantitative and qualitative techniques. Make or Buy Decision: Criteria for make or buy. 12. ABC analysis. Books Recommended 1. W. Hence operate a 7 segment LED display through a counter using a low frequency clock. 11. “Engineering Economics”. Prentice-Hall of India: New Delhi
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. Jaha.. (2005). (2005). price break model. applications of demand forecasting. Decision Making: Decision making process. Linear Programming: Linear programming as a tool of decision making. Methods of depreciation: straight line method. (1976).

numerical differentiations using Newton’s forward and backward difference formulas and Numerical differentiations using Stirling’s and Bessel’s central difference interpolation formulas. Uniqueness of Electrostatic solutions. “Electromagnetic waves and radiating systems”. plane waves in lossy media. backward and central differences.Ltd. TM and TE modes. Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Oxford Univeristy Press (2004) Numerical Methods [3 1 0 4]
MA-202
Roots of algebraic and transcendental equations. Conductors and Dielectrics in static Electric Field. McGraw Hillm New York (1999). “Engineering Electromagnetics”. vector magnetic potential. SWR. Normal incidence at a plane dielectric boundary. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. New Delhi (2001). waveguide current and mode excitation. S S Sastry. Electric potential. Numerical integration. Electrostatic energy and Forces. transmission line parameters. Singapore 1990. power transmission and attenuation. Books Recommended 1. partition method for matrix inversion. Numerical Methods for Engineers. Group velocity. 2. 2. Kraus J D. Jacobi’s and Gauss-Siedel iteration method. source and characteristic of EMI. Prentice Hall.. matrix inversion and eigen-value problems. Finite differences. McGraw Hill Book Company. New India -1999 S C Chapra and R P Canale. Solution of simultaneous algebraic equations. Introductionary Methods of Numerical Analysis. Newton –Raphson method. Magnetostatics: Review of the fundamental postulates of magnetostatics in free space. Capacitance and capacitors. Waveguides: Introduction. Trapezoidal rule. Boundary value problems. Bisection Method. rectangular waveguides. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. magnetic forces and torques. Newton’s forward. finite difference methods for elliptic. boundary conditions for electrostatic fields. 4. method of images. triangularisation method. Bairstow’s method and Graeffe’s root squaring method. 3rd Edition. boundary conditions for Magnetostatic fields. Runge-Kutta fourth order methods for ordinary differential equations. Euler’s and modified Euler’s methods. simultaneous first order differential equations and second order differential equations. and Power. interpolation and numerical differentiation. power method for largest eigen-values and Jacobi’s method for finding all eigen-values. Parabolic and hyperbolic equations. Books Recommended 1. Sadiku M N O. wave guide resonators Electromagnetic Interference and Compatibility: Introduction. Hayt W H and J A Buck. Time varying fields and Maxwell's Equations: Introduction. input impedance. “Elements of Electromagnetics”. Taylor’s series method. 2nd Edition. forward. New Delhi (1995). microstrip transmission lines. wave propagation in the guide. Magnetic field intensity and relative permeability.”Numerical Methods”. 5. “ Schaum’s outline of theory and problems of Electromagnetics”. smith chart.Delhi. Grewal. Lagrange’s interpolation formula. Electric flux density. finite difference methods for boundary value problems.. Maxwell's Equations. “Electromagnetics”. Faraday's law of Electromagnetic Induction.4TH SEMESTER IC-202 EMF Theory [3 1 0 4]
Electrostatics: Review of the fundamental postulates of Electrostatics in free space. Plane Electromagnetic Waves: Introduction. Poisson's and Laplace's Equations. Normal Incidence at a plane conducting boundary. Jordon E C and K G Balmain. Khanna Publishers . backward and divided difference interpolation formulas. Biot-Savart Law and applications.
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. Gauss's Law and applications. Simpson’s one-third rule and numerical double integration using Trapezoidal rule and Simpson’s one-third rule. Plane waves in lossless media. Flow of Electromagnetic Power and the poynting Vector. 3. Edminister J A. Regula – Falsi method. Coulomb's Law. control techniques. Transmission lines: Introduction.. 3. Stirling’s and Bessel’s central difference interpolation formulas. Partial differential equations. transmission line equations. B S . magnetic Dipole. New Delhi (2002).

Tata McGraw Hill (1985). equivalent circuit. motors and their applications. (2003) Nagrath I J and Kothari D P. 4. 10. universal motor and their characteristics. (2000). c. 12. Kingsley C and Umans S D. Delhi. No load and blocked rotor tests. 4. Three Phase Induction Motors: Construction and principle of operation. New Age International Pub. intermediate and high frequency response. classification of D. Electrical Machines Laboratory [0 0 2 1]
IC-206 1. applications Introduction to synchronous machines and stepper motors. types of single phase induction motor. 2. phasor diagram on no load and on load. “Alternating Current Machines”.C and S. D C Motors: Construction and principle of operation. 9. slip-torque equation. Tests on Generators. Double revolving field theory. Transformers: Construction and working principle. emf equation. equivalent circuit. Braking and speed control. 6th Ed. “Electrical Machinery”.C Generators. Single Phase Induction Motors: Construction and principle of operation. characteristics of d. Books Recommended 1. Gupta B R and Singhal V “Fundamentals of Electric Machines”. torque equation.
To perform Ratio. 2. 2nd Ed. Bimbhra P S. Three Phase Transformers. equivalent circuit. Polarity and the Load Test on a Single Phase Transformer To perform Open Circuit and Short Circuit Test on a Single Phase Transformer and hence determine its Equivalent Circuit Parameters To perform Parallel Operation on two Single Phase Transformers Speed Control of a DC Shunt Motor To obtain Magnetization characteristics of a separately excited DC Generator a Shunt Generator To obtain the load characteristics of a) a DC Shunt Motor b) a DC Cumulative Compound Generator To perform no-load test and blocked rotor test on a three-phase induction motor and hence determine its equivalent circuit parameters To perform load test on a three-phase induction motor and obtain its various performance characteristics To perform the retardation test on a three phase induction motor and obtain its moments of inertia To perform no-load and blocked-rotor test on a single phase induction motor and hence determine its equivalent circuit parameters To study dc shunt motor starters.
Note: At least 8 experiments are to be performed EC-252 Electronic Devices and Analog Integrated Circuits [3 1 0 4]
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. 13. characteristics.. “Electric Machines”. reluctance motor. To perform reversal and speed control of Induction motor. 8. Dynamic equations.C tests. armature winding.C. Puchstein A F. Singly excited magnetic system. Regulation and efficiency. Auto Transformer: Principle of operation. “Electrical Machinery”. phasor diagram. type of single-phase transformer. Identification of different windings of a dc compound motor. 7. Lloyds T C and Conard A C. phasor diagram at standstill and on load.IC-204
Electrical Machines
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Principle of Electromechanical Energy Conversion: Principle of energy conversion. McGraw Hill (1983). D C Generators: EMF equation. 3. various characteristics. 11. parallel operation of D. Pulse transformer. Asia Publishing House (1968). concept of ideal transformer. phasor diagram. advantages. Low. hysteresis motor. applications. generators. Fitzegerald A F. methods of speed control. 5. 5. a) b) 6. equivalent circuit. Losses and Efficiency. 3. O. transformer on load. characteristics. Khanna Publishers.

Millman. To demonstrate the operation of a 555 timer as astable multivibrator
This is only the suggested list of practicals. benefits of inheritance. Rectifiers-half wave and full wave. voltage divider bias. emitter bias. forms of inheritance. methods. the Diode.Conductor and Insulators. expressions. classes and objects – concepts of classes. Special purpose diodes . Block diagram representations and analysis of configurations using negative feedback. Java buzzwords. subclass. “Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory”. specification. Specialized ICs: 555 Timer-Monostable multivibrator. method binding. string handling. Criterion for oscillation and Oscillator based on RC and LC feedback circuits. Oxford University Press. classes and instances. astable multivibrator. analysis of Class A. Java Basics: History of Java. New York. summary of oop concepts.. Bipolar Junction Transistor: Transistors-construction.
To study bipolar transistor as a switch. characteristics. objects. 5th Ed. recursion. Base class object. Analysis of amplifier using Hybrid model and re model. “Electronic Devices and Circuits” Tata McGraw. 4. datatypes. operators. Inheritance: Hierarchical abstractions. 2. To demonstrate use of a BJT in a CE amplifier circuit configuration and study its frequency response.Zener diode. 8th Ed.Hill. 2. DC operating point. 3. Amplifier types-CE.construction. Open loop op-amp configurations. PLL. methods. To demonstrate working of an op-amp as a square wave generator. construction. Halkias Christos C and Satyabrata jit. Instructor may frame additional practicals relevant to the course contents
CS-207
Object Oriented Programming
[3 0 0 3]
Object oriented thinking: Need for oop paradigm. characteristics. substitutability. To demonstrate use of a BJT in a CC amplifier circuit configuration and study its frequency response. parameter passing. subtype. To demonstrate and study a two stage RC coupled amplifier. New Delhi. Jacob. bias stabilization. Applications of op-amp. “Op-amps and Linear Integrated Circuits”.C. To demonstrate the operation of a 555 timer as monostable multivibrator. clampers. 5. Power and Multistage Amplifiers: Power Amplifiers. operation. New Delhi (2002) Sedra. extension.Introduction to Semiconductors: Semiconductors . 4. overriding and exceptions.CC. parameters. operation. Current-Voltage characteristics of a p-n junction. limitation. responsibility.CB. B. 6. p-n junction. scope and life time of variables. Analysis of various configurations of feedback in amplifiers. garbage collection. messages. Sanjay Banerjee. parameters. variables. “Solid State Electronic Devices”. overloading methods and constructors.Offset voltage. Practical op-amp. 7. crystal oscillator. Pearson Education. Tunnel diode and Varactor diode. Types of multistage couplings. access control. Ideal op-amp building blocks. type conversion and costing. Intrinsic and extrinsic silicon. abstraction mechanisms. 10. (1997) Streetman Ben J. FET as a VVR and MOSFET. To plot a load line for a CE amplifier and show effect of input signal on Q-point. JFET as an amplifier. Multistage Amplifiers. To demonstrate working of a Wein Bridge Oscillator. combination. 4th Ed.AB. 8. Photo diode. Introduction to op-amps: Op-amp.analysis. Feedback Amplifier and Oscillators: Feedback concept. their analysis with ideal and practical diodes. CMRR. Input bias and offset current. 9. To demonstrate working of an op-amp as a voltage level detector. 3. Books Recommended: 1. To demonstrate working of a JFET and study its V-I characteristics. Pearson Education. constructors. Boylestad Nashelsky. simple java program. control statements. 5. 7th Indian Reprint (2004) Gayakwad Ramakant A. “Microelectronic Circuits”. clippers-single n two level. arrays. A way of viewing world – Agents. PHI (2004) Electronic Devices and Analog Integrated Circuits Laboratory [0 0 2 1]
EC-272 1. Adel S and Smith. characteristics.construction. DC Biasing circuits-fixed bias. operation. 11. Fourth Edition. Transistor as an amplifier at low frequency.
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.specialization. Types. Hybrid model and re model of BJT. Kenneth C.. coping with complexity. this keyword. Field-Effect Transistor: The junction FET . parameters. class hierarchies (Inheritance).

costs of inheritance. Member access rules, super uses, using final with inheritance, polymorphism- method overriding, abstract classes. Packages and Interfaces: Defining, Creating and Accessing a Package, Understanding CLASSPATH, importing packages, differences between classes and interfaces, defining an interface, implementing interface, applying interfaces, variables in interface and extending interfaces. Exploring packages – Java.io, java.util. Exception handling and multithreading: Concepts of exception handling, benefits of exception handling, Termination or resumptive models, exception hierarchy, usage of try, catch, throw, throws and finally, built in exceptions, creating own exception sub classes. Differences between multi threading and multitasking, thread life cycle, creating threads, synchronizing threads, daemon threads, thread groups. Event Handling: Events, Event sources, Event classes, Event Listeners, Delegation event model, handling mouse and keyboard events, Adapter classes, inner classes.The AWT class hierarchy, user interface components- labels, button, canvas, scrollbars, text components, check box, check box groups, choices, lists panels – scrollpane, dialogs, menubar, graphics, layout manager – layout manager types – boarder, grid, flow, card and grib bag. Applets: Concepts of Applets, differences between applets and applications, life cycle of an applet, types of applets, creating applets, passing parameters to applets. Swing: Introduction, limitations of AWT, MVC architecture, components, containers, exploring swing-JApplet, JFrame and JComponent, Icons and Labels, text fields, buttons – The JButton class, Check boxes, Radio buttons, Combo boxes, Tabbed Panes, Scroll Panes, Trees, and Tables. Networking: Basics of network programming, addresses, ports, sockets, simple client server program, multiple clients, Java .net package Packages – java.util, Books Recommended 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. An Introduction to programming and OO design using Java, J.Nino and F.A. Hosch, John wiley & sons. An Introduction to OOP, second edition, T. Budd, pearson education. Introduction to Java programming 6th edition, Y. Daniel Liang, pearson education. An introduction to Java programming and object oriented application development, R.A. JohnsonThomson. Core Java 2, Vol 1, Fundamentals, Cay.S.Horstmann and Gary Cornell, seventh Edition, Pearson Education.

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CS-217

Object Oriented Programming Laboratory

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Objectives: • To make the student learn a object oriented way of solving problems. • To teach the student to write programs in Java to solve the problems 1. Write a Java program that prints all real solutions to the quadratic equation ax2 + bx + c = 0. Read in a, b, c and use the quadratic formula. If the discriminant b2 -4ac is negative, display a message stating that there are no real solutions. b) The Fibonacci sequence is defined by the following rule: The fist two values in the sequence are 1 and 1. Every subsequent value is the sum of the two values preceding it. Write a Java program that uses both recursive and non recursive functions to print the nth value in the Fibonacci sequence. a) Write a Java program that prompts the user for an integer and then prints out all prime numbers up to that integer. b) Write a Java program to multiply two given matrices. c) Write a Java Program that reads a line of integers, and then displays each integer, and the sum of all the integers (Use StringTokenizer class of java.util) a) Write a Java program that checks whether a given string is a palindrome or not. Ex: MADAM is a palindrome. b) Write a Java program for sorting a given list of names in ascending order. c) Write a Java program to make frequency count of words in a given text. a) Write a Java program that reads a file name from the user, then displays information about whether the file exists, whether the file is readable, whether the file is writable, the type of file and the length of the file in bytes. b) Write a Java program that reads a file and displays the file on the screen, with a line number before each line. c) Write a Java program that displays the number of characters, lines and words in a text file. a) Write a Java program that: i) Implements stack ADT. ii) Converts infix expression into Postfix form iii) Evaluates the postfix expression a) Develop an applet that displays a simple message. b) Develop an applet that receives an integer in one text field, and computes its factorial Value and returns it in another text field, when the button named “Compute” is clicked. Write a Java program that works as a simple calculator. Use a grid layout to arrange buttons for the digits and for the +, -,*, % operations. Add a text field to display the result. Write a Java program for handling mouse events. a) Write a Java program that creates three threads. First thread displays “Good Morning” every one second, the second thread displays “Hello” every two seconds and the third thread displays “Welcome” every three seconds. b) Write a Java program that correctly implements producer consumer problem using the concept of inter thread communication. Write a program that creates a user interface to perform integer divisions. The user enters two numbers in the textfields, Num1 and Num2. The division of Num1 and Num2 is displayed in the Result field when the Divide button is clicked. If Num1 or Num2 were not an integer, the program would throw a Number Format Exception. If Num2 were Zero, the program would throw an Arithmetic Exception Display the exception in a message dialog box. Write a Java program that implements a simple client/server application. The client sends data to a server. The server receives the data, uses it to produce a result, and then sends the result back to the client. The client displays the result on the console. For ex: The data sent from the client is the radius of a circle, and the result produced by the server is the area of the circle. (Use java.net) a) Write a java program that simulates a traffic light. The program lets the user select one of three lights: red, yellow, or green. When a radio button is selected, the light is turned on, and only one light can be on at a time No light is on when the program starts. b) Write a Java program that allows the user to draw lines, rectangles and ovals. a) Write a java program to create an abstract class named Shape that contains an empty method named number Of Sides ( ).Provide three classes named Trapezoid, Triangle and Hexagon such a)

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that each one of the classes extends the class Shape. Each one of the classes contains only the method number Of Sides ( ) that shows the number of sides in the given geometrical figures. Suppose that a table named Table.txt is stored in a text file. The first line in the file is the header, and the remaining lines correspond to rows in the table. The elements are seperated by commas. Write a java program to display the table using JTable component.

Books Recommended 1. 2. 3. Java How to Program, Sixth Edition, H.M.Dietel and P.J.Dietel, Pearson Education/PHI Introduction to Java programming, Sixth edition, Y.Daniel Liang, Pearson Education Big Java, 2nd edition, Cay Horstmann, Wiley Student Edition, Wiley India Private Limited. Entrepreneurial Development and Management [3 0 0 3]

HM-202

Entrepreneurship Development: Meaning, objectives, scope & philosophy, type of entrepreneurs, factors affecting entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial qualities, need for promotion of entrepreneurship & small business, linkage between entrepreneurship and economic development, problem of increasing unemployment, creativity & entrepreneurship, harnessing locally available resources. Entrepreneurship Support System: SIDBI, SISIs, SSIEC, SFCs, DICs, NSIC, EDI (Ahmedabad), NRDC, NIESBUD, PSIEC and Technical Consultancy Organisations. Project Report Preparation: Planning a small scale industry, identifying business opportunities, project report & its importance, various contents of project report: managerial & entrepreneurial capabilities, socio-economic benefits, demand analysis, technical feasibility and financial viability. Introduction to Marketing Management: Brief introduction to various types of product strategies, pricing strategies, channel strategies and promotional strategies. Introduction to Production Management: Types of production systems, production planning and control, functions of production manager & materials management. Introduction to Human Resource Management: Manpower planning, recruitment, selection, placement & induction, training & development, compensation. Introduction to Financial Management: Sources of finance and working capital management. Books Recommended: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Prasanna Chandra, “Projects : Planning, Analysis, Selection, Implementation & Review”, Tata McGraw Hill Kenneth R., Van Voorthis, Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management. B. Gupta & N.P. Srinivasan, “Entrepreneurial Development”. Gopala Krishnan & V.E Rama Moorthy, “Project Management”, Macmillan India Ltd. Jose Paul and Kumar Ajith N, “Entrepreneurship Development and Management”, Himalaya Publishers, New Delhi (2000).

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Open loop control system.
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. flow and level control in processes. Block diagrams. Block diagram representation. Dhanpat Rai and Sons. regulating systems. Study of 8257/8237 DMA control study card. 3rd Ed. closed loop control systems. New Delhi (1996). 10. Gaonkar R S. Familiarization with 8086 trainer kit [0 0 2 1]
IC-303 1 2 3. characteristics equation. Registers.M. ALU Control Unit. Interrupt in 8085. 2nd Ed. “Microprocessor architecture. “Microcomputer Systems”.K. Peripherals and Interfacing for 8085 Microprocessors: Memory interfacing. Study of traffic control study card. The 8086/8088 family. Wiley (2003). 8259A programmable Interrupt Controller. Study of A to D and D/A converter. pneumatic and hydraulic system. signal flow graphs and associated algebra. I/O interfacing – memory mapped and peripheral mapped I/O. modes and Simple programming of 8255A PPI. ”Introduction to Microprocessors”. Delhi. operating modes. (1993). Timing diagrams – T-states. 3. 6. Study of DC motor study card. N. addressing modes and interrupts. machine cycles. concepts of state variable modeling. continuous and sampled-data control systems. 8. TMH. flags. Pin Configuration. PHI.5TH SEMESTER IC-301 Microprocessors and Applications [3 1 0 4]
Introduction to 8-Bit Microprocessor: General 8-bit Microprocessor and its architecture – Intel 8085 Microprocessor. CPU Architecture. 8237 DMA Controller. Modeling: Formulation of equation of linear electrical. Transfer function. mechanical analogies. Queuing. pressure. stack and I/O instructions in programming. Use of Laplace transforms. Stack. concept of segmentation. 8254 Programmable Interval Timer. TMH New Delhi (2001) Microprocessor and Applications Laboratory a) Familiarization with the 8085 kit (trainer kit) b) To execute at least 8 programs on the above kit. and Bhurchandi K. Pin description. use of Arithmetic. B. 4th Ed.. 4. linear and non-linear systems. some illustrative examples. New Delhi (1986) Mathur A P. Serial I/O and data communication Introduction to 8086 Microprocessors: Architecture of 8086. Key board / display controller. 7. logical. 2.. “Fundamentals of Microprocessors and Microcomputers”. time variant and invariant. block diagram. RAM study card. decade. a) Familiarization with the 8085 kit (trainer-cum-development) b) To execute at least 5 program on the above kit. Study of 8155 card Study of 8212 card Study of 8255 card Study of 8253 card Study of 8251 card Study of latch. 5. 5. instruction format. 13. Data transfer schemes – Programmed. Block diagram representation.
Note: At least 8 experiments are to be performed IC-305 Control Engineering-I [3 1 0 4]
Introductory Concepts: Plant. various addressing modes. Liu Yu-Cheng. 9. Control word formats. Systems. Applications of Microprocessors: Applications of microprocessors in temperature. buffer. Microprocessor Instruction Set (INTEL 8085): Complete instruction set of INTEL 8085. Assembly Language Programming: Programming of Microprocessors using 8085 instructions. programming and application with 8085”. thermal. Ray A. Data transfer. Interrupt driven and Direct memory Access (DMA) data transfers. register set. disturbances. types of instructions. 4. mechanical. Interfacing of Data converters (A/D & D/A). “Advanced Microprocessor and peripherals: Architecture programming and interfacing” 1st Ed. 12. Ram. Servomechanism. instruction cycle. electrical. 11. Books Recommended 1.

Delhi (2002) Kuo B C. Asympotes to the loci. 5.. Prentice Hall. Ltd. 2. Magnitude versus Phase angle plot. General transducers characteristics. Breakaway points.Relative stability. “Control System Engineering”. Frequency Domain Analysis: Closed loop frequency response.
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. inductive transducers To study a LVDT (AC-AC. 14. “Chemical Process Control – An Introduction to Theory and Practice”. Books Recommended 1. 10. intersection with imaginary axis. 15. 7. diaphragm. Compensation: Necessity of compensation. Capacitive Transducers: Types of capacitive transducer. techno generators. Criteria for transducer selection. Transient response of the first and second order systems. semi-conductor photodiode and a silicon photo voltaic cell To study a silicon phototransistor and obtain response of photo conductive cell To study the variations of time lag by changing the time constant using control engineering trainer To simulate a third order differential equations using an analog computer and calculate time response specifications To obtain the transfer function of a D.c. Principles of operation. 11. 8. Prentice Hall. Delhi (1998) Dorf Richard C and Bishop Robert H. construction. Time domain specifications. Various variable Inductive Transducers. Generator set using Transfer Function Trainer To study the speed control of an A. advantages and disadvantages. Frequency response specifications . 13. Bode plots. a. theory. “Modern Control Engineering”. 4th Ed. motor – D. bourdon tube – their special features and application. applications of lag and lead-compensation. DC-DC) as a transducer and its processing circuits To study the characteristics of a thermocouple. Relation between time and frequency response for second order systems. LVDT (Linear variable differential transformer). Dominant closed loop poles of higher order systems. 1st Ed. (metallic and semi-conductor type). series and parallel compensation. 12. Basic electronic measuring system. Classification of transducers. Resistance Thermometer. 3.. compensating networks.C. applications of Potentiometers. and d. 4.Time Domain Analysis: Typical test – input signals. theory. a thermistor and a RTD To study photo-conductive cell. Resistive Transducers: Principles of operation.c. 3. Log.e. strain gauges. 4. “Automatic Control System”. construction. of capacitive transducers based upon familiar equation of capacitance. Stephanopoulos G. location of roots with given gain and sketch of the root locus plot. Prentice Hall of India Pvt. “Modern Control System”. 5. Addison –Wesley. construction. 2.C. New Delhi (1998) Control Engineering-I Laboratory [0 0 2 1]
IC-307 1. Steady state error and coefficients. Pearson New Delhi (1998). Elastic Transducers: Spring bellows. Thermistors. 9. Ogata K. 6. resistance. advantages and disadvantages and applications.C. capacitance. Principles of operation. Root Locus Technique :The extreme points of the root loci for positive gain. Transduction principles.
To study the characteristics of potentiometer and to use it as an error detector in a control system To study the synchro Transmitter-Receiver set and to use it as an error detector To study the Speed – Torque characteristics of an AC Servo Motor To study the Speed – Torque characteristics of an DC Servo Motor To study the various electro-mechanical transducers i. Nyquist criterion for stability. Servo Motor using a closed loop and an open loop systems (i) To study the operation of a position sensor and study the conversion of position in to voltage (ii) To study the PI control action and show its usefulness for minimizing steady state error To measure Force / Displacement using Strain Gauge in a wheat stone bridge
Note: At least 8 Experiments are to be performed IC-309 Transducers and Signal Conditioning [3 1 0 4]
Introduction: Measurement systems. Control Components: Error detectors – potentiometers and synchros. pole-zero location and stability. Advantages & disadvantages and applications. N. stability and loop transfer function. 3rd Ed. (1978) Nagrath I J and Gopal M. N. Routh-Hurwitz Criterion. Inductive Transducers: Types of Inductive transducer.. Magnetic amplifiers. Wiley Eastern Ltd. servo motors.

4. Piezo-electric transducer. Dhanpat Rai and Sons. Kalsi H S. “Electronic Properties of Materials”. Dielectric strength.. Index of refraction. Multiwall carbon nanotubes. 11. theory. Electron and hole concentrations at equilibrium. New Delhi (2003). Hall effect and its applications. Semiconductor Materials: Intrinsic and extrinsic materials. 2. Optical storage devices. Hall effect transducer. 5. Interference. Electrical Properties: Classical free electron theory of metals. Photo-voltaic transducer and Electrochemical transducer. PHI.
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To measure displacement using an LVDT (linear variable differential transformer) To measure the temperature using thermocouple and to plot variation of temperature with the voltage To measure the force using a full bridge strain gauge based transducer To measure the strain of a deflecting beam with the help of a strain gauge To measure speed-using a proximity type sensor To measure temperature using a thermistor and to plot variation of resistance with temperature To study the recording of different signals from sensors on a magnetic tape recorders To study the acquisition data from strain gauge transducer using a data acquisition system To study the acquisition of data from inductive transducer using a data acquisition system To measure the vibrations of system using a piezoelectric crystal To study the performance of an LCD. “Electronic Instrumentation “ Tata McGraw Hill. Doebelin Ernest O. Narosa Publishing House. Semiconductors and insulators. Selection techniques for applications. New Delhi (2004).Active Transducers: Principle of operation. New Delhi (1997). Properties and applications. Introduction to AC/DC Bridges. averaging. “Transducers & Instrumentation”. Fabrications. Instrumentation amplifiers. Damping constant. Application of dielectric materials. analogue-digital sampling. Density of energy states. 13. Methods for producing polarization. New Delhi (2000). Crystal systems. Single wall carbon nanotubes. 6. Books Recommended 1. Carbon nanotubes. 2. Other Transducers: Optical transducers: photo-emissive. 3. 3. 10. LED. (2001). Digital Transducers: Optical encoder. London equations. 12. Temperature dependence of carrier concentrations. Signal Conditioning: Concept of signal conditioning. PHI. “Sensors and Transducers”. 4th Ed. Reflectivity and transmissivity. 7. Magnetic memories. Polarization mechanisms. construction. New Delhi (2000) Sawhney A K. Magnetic Properties: Basic concepts. 9. Ferrites. Op-amp circuits used in instrumentation. introduction to A/D and D/A conversion. 4. Dipole moment. New Delhi. Hummel R E. Transducers and Signal Conditioning Laboratory [0 0 2 1]
IC-311 1. advantages and disadvantages and applications of following transducers: Thermocouple. Crystallographic planes and directions. Characteristic penetration depth and absorbance. Quantum explanation of superconductivity. Feedback fundamentals. 8. signal filtering. Fermi-Dirac distribution law. introduction to Inverse transducer. “Electrical and Electronics Measurements and Instrumentation”. and shielding. Finite potential barrier. Conductivity and mobility. Miller indices. Murty D V S. Classification of solids into conductors. Tunneling. Crystal defects. Nanomaterials: Introduction to nanotechnology. 5. correlation. Closed packed structures. Superconductivity: Properties of superconductors. Quantum theory – Particle in a box. Tata McGraw Hill Ltd. Nanowire and nanotube. Dielectric & Optical Properties: Dielectric materials. BCD to 7-segment display To measure a load using a load cell To study the characteristics of a given bourdon tube
Note: At least 8 Experiments are to be performed PH-206 Material Science (Nano Science) [3 1 0 4]
Crystal Structure: Fundamental concepts. Magnetic recording. Magneto-strictive transducer. ”Measurement Systems: Application and Design”. Patranabis D. Books Recommended 1. Wave function and energy states. photo-conductive and Photo-voltaic cells. grounding . Applications of superconductors.

“Introduction to Nanotechnology”. Poole C.2. Dekker A J. “Elements of Material Science and Engineering”. John Wiley and Sons. MacMillan. New Age International Publishers. Addison Wesley Publishers (1980). Pillai S O..J. 4.P. and Owens F. New York (2002). India Limited. 6. Madras (2000). Inc. 3. Jr. “Solid State Physics”. “Materials Science and Engineering”.
William D Callister. Wiley Edition (2003)
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. “Solid State Physics”. Van Vlack L H. New Delhi (1999). 5.

Stability and Causality of LTI Systems. Discrete-Time Harmonics and Sinusoids. static error. Anti-Imaging Filter Considerations). Periodic or Circular Convolution. Effects of Coefficient Quantization. System Analysis using the DTFT. Inverse DTFT. mechanical and chemical systems. PHI New Delhi (1995). Digital Audio Effects. Zero-Input Response and Zero-State Response. proportional. The Sampling Theorem. Solenoid. velocity error. Limitations of Analog Signal Processing. “Process Systems Analysis & Control”. Introduction to Digital controllers. Liquid level control in a tank. changes at arbitrary points in the loop. Effect of Round-off Noise in Digital Filters. Spectral Smoothing by Time Windows. Deconvolution. Distillation column. diagrammatic representation. Digital Signal Processing. The DFT of Periodic Signals and the DFS. Interpolation and Signal Recovery. Discrete Convolution. “Chemical Process Control: An Introduction to Theory and Practice”. gas. Filters. Digital Oscillators and DTMF Receivers. Process Characteristics: Process variables. Dynamics of manometer. New Delhi. IC-304 Coughanowr R Donald. Books Recommended 1. derivative modes and their combinations (PI. Advantages and Applications of Digital Signal Processing. Properties of DTFT. Delhi (2007). Tuning of controllers. Compact Disc Digital Audio. Lyons R G. types. New Delhi (1994). Decimation and Interpolation. integral. “Understanding Digital Signal Processing”. System Response to Periodic Inputs. Discrete-Time Systems. PHI. IIR Filters. response of non-interacting and interacting first-order elements in series.6TH SEMESTER IC-302 Process Dynamics and Control [3 1 0 4]
Basic Considerations: Introduction. Minimum-Phase). “Process Control Instrumentation Technology”. Ambardar A. Signal Processing [3 1 0 4]
Introduction: Signals. Controller Characteristics: Control modes. PD and PID). Quantization.D. Sampling. 2. functions. Pearson Education India. Sampling Rate Conversion. Phase Delay and Group Delay. Cengage Learning India. Filter Terminology and Characterization: Filter Response and Filter Characteristics (Gain. AntiAliasing Filter Considerations. Introduction to Computerized Process Controls: Control algorithm. DTFT of Discrete-Time Periodic Signals. “Digital Signal Processing . The Cepstrum and Homomorphic Filtering. Electrical. Fast Fourier Transform Algorithms. 2. IATE criteria. Frequency Domain Analysis: Discrete-Time Fourier Transform (DTFT) from the z-Transform. PID Control action with Dead time.
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. thermal. “Process Control “ 10th Reprint. 2nd Ed. Controller Hardware: Electronic pneumatic and hydraulic controller’s implementation. Stephanopoulos G. The DFT of Nonperiodic Signals. process reaction curve. ISE. Final Control Elements: Control valves. Discrete Correlation. Mixing process. Optimal Filtering. E-P converters. Digital Processing of Analog Signals: Ideal Sampling. Concept of Decimation-in-Time and Decimation-in-Frequency. 3. Dynamic behaviour of feedback control processes for different modes. Automatic Control: Single and combined modes in closed loop. “Principles of Process Control”.A Modern Introduction”. New Delhi (1999). Solving Difference Equations. stepper motors. New Delhi (1991). Linearzing techniques. System Representation in Various Forms. 4. characteristics and comparison of on-off. Operations on Discrete Signals. Books Recommended 1. New Delhi (1992). TMH. Pneumatic hydraulic-actuators. mathematical modeling of liquid. Dynamic Range Processors. IAE. The DTFT and the DFT. McGraw Hill. Basic components. Discrete Signals and Systems: Discrete Signals. Audio Equalizers. Fixed Point and Floating Point Representations. Harriott P. Matrix Formulation of the DFT and IDFT. TMH. single and composite modes of controllers. The Impulse Response. Common Discrete Signals. Johnson Curtin. The Discrete Fourier Transform and Its Applications: The DFT and its Properties. symbol and Terminology. Heat transfer process. (2004). Digital Processing of Analog Signals (Practical ADC Considerations. offset and its analysis. Patranabis. Applications in Signal Processing. 5. FIR Filters and Linear Phase. Spectrum Estimation.

.. The central limit theorem: Demonstrate the central limit theorem by generating five realizations of a uniformly distributed random signal and plotting the histogram of the individual signals and their sum. 11.7.4)nu[n].2} identify h[n]..8)nu[n] over the range 0≤n≤20... 2nd Ed.8} .
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σ s2 dB. Evaluate and plot the response y[n] of this filter to the input x[n] = (0. 13.5. Approximating analytical convolution: The impulse response of a digital filter is described by h[n] = (0.2nπ)u[n] over the range -10 ≤ n ≤ 10. (b) Is this system BIBO stable? Smoothing effects of a moving average filter: Consider a 20-point moving average filter y[n] = 1/20{x[n]+x[n-1]+. (d) Plot each signal to display the effects of noise and smoothing. 5. (c) Filter the noisy signal through the 20-point MA filter. IC-306 1.2.Tamal “Digital signal and Image Processing “ Wiley JW and Sons (Asia) Pvt. Signal Averaging: Using coherent signal averaging extract the signals from the noise given below..
axis limits. To confirm this try the following. (a) Sketch x[n]. and xo[n].. 2.− 1... 4. System response to sinusoidal inputs: We claim that the response of LTI system to a sinusoidal input is a sinusoid at the input frequency.
result to generate the noisy sinusoid with SNR of 18 dB. (c) Compute their mean and variance.. Signal measures: Let x[n] = r[n] – r[n-5] – 5u[n-10]. (b) Generate 16 runs (realizations) of a noisy signal by adding uniformly distributed random noise (with zero mean) to x[n] and average the results.3} is applied to an FIR filter whose impulse
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8.2} and x[n] = {3. New Delhi (2003).6.8)nu[n]. (b) Plot their histograms using 20 bins...13. It is also called a smoothing filter because it tends to smooth out the rapid variations in a signal. (c) Repeat part (b) for 64 runs and compare results. Ltd.9. u[n-3]. Pearson Education. r[n-3].3.+8x[n-7]. “Digital Signal Processing: A practical approach”. (a) Generate 200 samples of 1Hz sine wave sampled at 40 Hz. New Delhi (2002).64y[n-2] = x[n]+2x[n-1] with zero initial conditions and x[n]=20(0.2s to obtain the discrete signal x[n]. x[-n]. (a) Sample x = sin(40πt) at 1000Hz for 0.. the signal to noise ratio (SNR) is the ratio of signal power σ s2 and noise power A 2σ n and defined as SNR = 10 log
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9. (a) Find its response using dlsim and filter and compare the results. (a) Plot their first 100 values.. Signal Processing Laboratory [0 0 2 1]
Plotting discrete signals: Plot δ[n-3].
4..3} . Ifeacher E C and Jerris B W. Convolution and convolution indices: An input x[n] = {2. Random distributions: Generate about 500 points each of a uniform and Gaussian random signal.3...2.8)n cos(0. Pearson Education India.2. Signal-to-Noise Ratio: For a noisy signal x(t) = s(t)+An(t) with a signal component s(t) and noise 2 component An(t)..2πn) and compare with the previous example.
Convolution and filtering: The difference equation describing the digital filter of the previous example may be written as y[n]=x[n]+2x[n-1]+. Use the 2 A 2σ n
6. (b) Add some noise to generate a noisy signal. “Digital Signal Processing”.. Deconvolution: Given y[ n] = {3.. Find the response y[n] and sketch all three signals using the same
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Proakis J G and Manolakis D G. (d) Does averaging improve the quality of the noisy signal? Discrete system response: Consider the second oreder system y[n]-0.

to design LED Dot Matrix (3 x 5) numeric display system and LCD 7segmental numeric display system Digital Instruments: Digital voltmeters (DVMs): working principle. Dhanpat Rai and Sons. Signals buried in noise: Generate two noisy signals by adding noise to a 20Hz sinusoid sampled at ts=0. pulse width modulated system (PWM). working principle block diagram. Bell David A. construction. Find their periodic convolutions.0.−1. operation and salient features of X-t strip chart recorder. range selection and operation of.−2. Find their regular convolution using zero padding
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.−1. (b) Evaluate and plot rxh[n] and rhx[n]. (c) How is the period of y5[n] related to that of y1[n] ? (d) How are the convolution values of y5[n] and y1[n] related? Let x p [n] = {1.
x p [n] = {1. New Delhi (1993).0. Radio frequency amplitude modulated and frequency modulated telemetry system – theory related to amplitude and frequency modulation techniques. Satellite Telemetry system and Fiber optic Telemetry system.3}
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h p [n] = {2. (a) Verify the presence of the signal by correlating the two noisy signals.
Circular convolution: Consider two periodic signals described over one period by x p [n] = {1. Books Recommended 1.2.−3} .−2. 3.−1. 0≤n≤3. Display Systems: Construction. Classification of DAS. 0≤n≤8 and h[n] = n.1. “Digital Systems Principles and Applications”.0. Analog data acquisition system using frequency division multiplexing. “Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement”. Modem based telemetry system. (a) Evaluate and plot rxx[n] and rhh[n] and find where they attain their maximum. time period meter.2} and h p [ n] = {2.−1.3} and h p [ n] = {2. construction. Sawhney A K.0.2}
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Let x p [n] = {1.−1.−1. operation. Tocci Ronald J . Nixie tube based display system for numeric display (study of BCD to decimal decoder).14.−1. construction.1. salient features and applications of the following Telemetry systems: DC voltage. frequency ratio meter. Data Transmission Systems: Definition.−3} . operation and salient features. Pulse telemetry system – pulse amplitude modulated (PAM) system. Convolution by FFT: Use FFT to find (a) The periodic convolution of (b) The regular convolution of
x p [n] = {1. Digital Clock: block diagram construction and working.2.−2.2. Analog Storage Oscilloscope and Digital storage oscilloscope: working principle.1. X-Y strip chart recorder and Magnetic type recorder.
(a) Find the periodic convolution y1[n] using one period of x and h.
and periodic convolution.−3}
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h p [n] = {2.−1.0. pulse code modulated system (PCM) system. PHI. generalized block diagram of Telemetry system.0. Autocorrelation and cross-correlation: Consider the sequences x[n] = n. principle of operation and salient features of various kinds of display devices such as LED. “Electric and Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation”. (c) Evaluate and plot the correlation of h[n] and h[n-4] and find where it attains a maximum.2. Digital Frequency Meter: working principle. single and multi digit LED 7-segmental display system (study of BCD to 7 segment code converter / decoder). Nixie tube. range selection– Ramp type. (b) Find the periodic convolution y5[n] using 5 periods of x and h.−1. construction.1.01s for 2s. construction (block diagram).
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16. Digital data acquisition system with different configurations and Data logger. Recorders: The working principle. classification of Telemetry system the working principle. current and position telemetry system (Landline Telemetry system).0.2.1. 17. salient features. New Delhi (1994).
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Data Acquisition System: Definition and generalized block diagram of data acquisition system (DAS). successive approximation type. construction and salient features of the following data acquisition systems: Analog data acquisition system using time division multiplexing.−2.

New Delhi (1990). Tata McGraw Hill. Mani and Rangan. this study can be conducted under two following categories: i) ii) Designing and synthesizing any circuit as per the given parameters Analyzing any pre designed or fabricated circuited as per the technical knowledge imparted to the students during the course of UG study / programme. As a matter of fact. McGraw Hill. New Delhi (1997).
This lab prepares the students for both the above categories.
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Doebelin E O. Minor Project (ISD) [0 0 2 1]
This course is aimed at providing practical design skills to students.4. “Measurement systems – Applications and Deign”.

electrodes for biophysical sensing. d). EEG system artifacts. common-mode and other interference-reduction circuits. (2003). New Delhi: Pearson Education India (2001) (ISBN 81-7808. EEG diagnostic uses and sleep patterns. Application and Design”. “Handbook on Biomedical Instrumentation”. the ECG waveform. 13th reprint. Books Recommended 1. TMH. “Introduction to Biomedical Equipment Technology”. microelectrodes. vectorcardiography. electrode polarization. Physiological Pressure and other Cardiovascular Measurements and Devices: Physiological pressure. Internal electrodes. To record maximum grip strength for right and left hands and compare differences between male and female. ECG machines. 2. “Medical Instrumentation. oscillometric and ultrasonic methods. sphygmomanometer.. the standard lead system. EEG amplitude and frequency bands. alveoli. action events of nerve. To learn how to position data within the data window by using software tools and pull-down menus. Singapore: John Wiley & Sons (Asia) Pte. electrode-electrolyte interface. blood flow measurements.
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. respiratory muscles). Biomedical Instrumentation Laboratory [0 0 2 1]
2.). nervous.). electroencephalography (EEG). lung volumes and gas exchange. To observe and record skeletal muscle tonus as reflected by a basal level of electrical activity associated with the muscle in a resting state. To determine the maximum grip strength for right and left hands and compare differences between male and female.). Cardiac monitors. heart lung machines. Khandpur R S. d). 5. To learn how to select and use the correct measurement tools for extracting information from the data. muscle potential. electrodes for electric stimulation of tissues. respiratory transducers and instruments. conducting airways. surface electrodes. “Encyclopedia of Medical Devices and Instrumentation”. pacemakers. “The Biomedical Engineering Handbook”. New York: Wiley (1988). 4. the EEG system – simplified block diagram. 3rd ed. spirometry. c). IC-403 1. regulation of respiration. The Human Respiratory System and Its Measurement: Respiratory anatomy (lungs. Bio potential Electrodes: Signal acquisition. electrode arrays. Measurement of Electrical activity in Neuromuscular System and Brain: Neuron potential. electro conduction system of the heart. record. pulmonary circulation. the ECG preamplifier. circulatory and respiratory systems. c). plethysmography. The Heart System and Its Measurements: The heart. body plethysmography. phonocardiography. To become familiar with the format of data display in the BIOPAC Student Lab data window b). (ISBN 9971-51-270-X) Webster J G (ed. To learn how to use the journal to record measurements and write notes.
3. b). electrical interference problems in biopotential measurement. environmental threats to the respiratory system. Electromyography-I: fundamentals of motor unit recruitment a). endocrine.. FL: CRC Press (1995). the body as a control system. preamplifiers and EEG system specifications. defibrillators. and Brown John M. Vols. gastrointestinal.7TH SEMESTER IC-401 Biomedical Instrumentation [3 0 0 3]
Physiological Systems of the Body: Brief description of musculoskeletal. skin preparation. parameters of respiration. Electromyography-II: motor unit recruitment and fatigue a). electrical safety. electromyography (EMG).. mechanics of breathing. respiratory system measurements. 4th Ed. Transient protection. To listen to EMG “sounds” and correlate sound intensity with motor unit recruitment. 3. New Delhi (2000). and correlate motor unit recruitment with increased power of skeletal muscle contraction. unbalanced and diseased states. blood pressure measurements. the nature of bioelectricity. electrode-skin interface and motion artifact. Ltd. To observe. EEG electrodes and the 10-20 system. practical problems in pressure monitoring. cardiac output measurement. Bronzino J D (ed.
Data acquisition and analysis system a). Carr Joseph J. the origin of biopotentials.327-2) Webster John G (Ed. visual and auditory evoked potential recordings. 1-4.

To record ECG from standard bipolar limb leads I and III when the subject is supine. b). To use an auscultatory method for an indirect determination of systemic arterial systolic and diastolic blood pressures and to correlate the appearance and disappearance of vascular sound with systolic and diastolic pressures. b). record and compare pulse pressure and mean arterial pressure under different experimental conditions of rest and exercise. record. d). c). The cardiac cycle and heart sounds a). respectively. and /or calculate selected pulmonary volumes and capacities. To listen to human heart sounds and qualitatively describe them as to intensity or loudness. To become familiar with the electrocardiograph as a primary tool for evaluating electrical events within the heart. To measure. c). pitch. To determine the mean QRS potential of the ventricles. c).4. b).
8. To record an EEG from an awake. To observe changes in the electrocardiogram associated with breathing. To become familiar with the principle of plethysmography and its usefulness in qualitatively assessing peripheral changes in blood volume. body position. b). The electrocardiogram and the peripheral pressure pulse a).
To observe. d). body size and age. e).
10. beta. b). To record the force produced by grip muscles. 5. To correlate the human heart sounds with the opening and closing of cardiac values during the cardiac cycle and with systole and diastole of the ventricles. To compute the pulse pressure wave velocity by measuring the time between the R-wave of the ECG and the first Korotkoff sound and the distance between the heart and the brachial cuff. To observe and record normal respiratory rate and depth utilizing pneumograph and air temperature transducers. c). and compare systemic arterial blood pressure in the right arm and the left arm of the same subject under identical conditions. To measure.
6. Systemic blood pressure a).
11. To determine the nature of the change in the relationship between electrical and mechanical events of the cardiac cycle as the heart rate increases. The respiratory cycle a). To compute. and compare systemic arterial blood pressure in the same subject under different experimental conditions of rest and exercise. sitting. Pulmonary function tests: volumes and capacities a). b). resting subject with eyes open and eyes closed b). c). To compare the observed values of volume and capacity with predicted normals. To observe and record modifications in the rate and depth of the normal respiratory cycle due to cerebral influence and chemoreceptor influence on the medullary control centres. Delta and Theta rhythms a). and correlate motor unit recruitment with increased power of skeletal muscle contraction. exercise. record. EMG. To illustrate the electrical activity associated with normal cardiac activity and how it relates to the flow of blood throughout the body. Electrocardiography-I: elements of electrocardiogram a). To anticipate the nature of changes in the electrocardiogram associated with pathology of the heart.
7. To observe and record changes in peripheral blood volume and pressure pulse under a variety of both experimental and physiologic conditions. To observe how factors such as the position of the heart in the chest influence the mean QRS axis. delta and theta components of the EEG complex. b). To determine the approximate speed of the pressure pulse wave traveling between the heart and the finger. e). and integrated EMG when inducing fatigue. d). d). To observe experimentally. b). Electroencephalography: Alpha.
9. To correlate electrical events as displayed on the electrocardiogram with the mechanical events that occur during the cardiac cycle.
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. To observe an application of Einthoven’s Law. To identify and examine alpha. c). Beta. and breathing deeply while sitting. record. and duration. Electrocardiography-II: the bipolar limb leads and frontal plane QRS axis a). record. To determine the mean QRS axis of the ventricles using vectors derived from the amplitude and polarity of the QRS complex in two of the three bipolar limb leads.

and MVV with predicted normals. age. To compare observed values of FVC. forced expiratory volume (FEV). and maximal voluntary ventilation (MVV). and/or calculate forced vital capacity (FVC). c). c). maximum voluntary ventilation a). To observe experimentally. record. To compare normal values of pulmonary flow rates of persons differing in gender.
To compare the normal values of pulmonary volumes and capacities of subjects differing in sex. and height.
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3. Discrete-Time LTI systems.D control actions for a flow process station using FFCON software To study the cascade control of flow and level on flow level process station To study the ratio control of the flow using flow-level process station To study the feed-forward control using flow-level process station To control the level in a tank by controlling input and output flow rate using SCADA RS-View 32 and RSLogix 500 To control the input flow rate in a control tank using PID-control action with SCADA RS View-32 and RSLogix 500 To control the temperature in control tank to a defined limit by using heater and heat exchanger using RS-View 32 and Rs-Logix 500 To study the operation of single acting cylinder. PD and PID control actions for a pressure process station using a software on PC To study the ratio control on pressure process station To study operational characteristics of a flow Transmitter and capacitive level transmitter To study the action of ON-OFF. 9. I/P converter and Pneumatic control valve To study the action of On-Off. Analytical Instrumentation Laboratory [0 0 2 1]
pH measurement of given sample on microprocessor based pH meter To estimate the concentration of given sample in a solution (PPM) in on flame photometer To measure the viscosity of given solution To measure the strength of oxygen dissolved (PPM) in the given solution To analyze a given gas using gas analyzer To determine fluoride contents in a given sample using fluoride meter To determine moisture contents in a given sample using Karl Fisher Titrator To determine the turbidity of unknown sample To measure the conductivity of given sample To detect flaw using ultrasonic flaw detector To measure the concentration sample of gases NO. Advanced Process Control Laboratory [0 0 2 1]
To study the operation and characteristics of a pressure transmitter. Signal Flow Graph. P. 12. 6. 8. semi Automatic. The response of continuous time LTI system.D. system. 5.I. Basic continuous time signals. 7. 5.
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. Representation of a periodic signals: The continuous – Time Fourier Transform Periodic signals and continuous Time Fourier Transform. choice of origin. Convolution and correlation. 11. proportional.e. PI. Automatic and Sequential Control using Pneumatic Trainer To study the Automatic Control using the time kit & Electro Pneumatic kit. properties of LTI systems. SO2.8TH SEMESTER IC-402 1.
Note: At least 8-experiments are to be performed IC-404 1. signals. 9. CO and CH4 by using infrared gas analyzer (type ZKJ). Linear Time – Invariant System: The Representation of signals in Terms of Impulses. continuous time LTI system. Features of periodic functions. Manual. Transformations of independent variable. 4. 4. P. 3. 2.. System Described by differential and Difference equations. P. 11. systems with periodic inputs. 10. Fourier series and periodic functions. Fourier series and Fourier analysis for Continuous Time Signals and Systems: Introduction. Basic Discrete –Time Signals. 10. 2. 14. 13. 6. 8. double acting cylinder with 3-2 valve & 5-2 valve To study the various control i.
Note : At least 8-experiments are to be performed ELECTIVE-I (5TH SEMESTER) IC-321 Signals and Systems [3 0 0 3]
Signals & Systems: Introduction. The continuous Time Fourier Series. Block Diagram representations of LTI system. CO2. 7. proportional.I.

Electronic Mail. Multiple Access Protocols. Tranter W H and Fannin. Mitra S K. 7th Ed. IC-323 Alan V Oppenheim. “Digital Signal Processing (A computer Based Approach)”. “Signals and Systems”. Congestion Control Algorithms and Quality of Service. Ziemier R E.. Tanenbaum Andrew S “Computer Networks” Ed Pearson Education 4th Ed. ”Data and Computer Communication “. Ethernet and Wireless LANs. “Digital Signal Processing “. “Computer Networking” Ed Pearson Education (2002) Nance “Introduction to Networking” Ed PHI of India 4th Ed. 3. Data Link Layer: Design Issues.
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. Salivahanan S and Vallavaraj A. 5. unilateral Laplace transform. Public-Key Algorithms. New Delhi (2003). 3. (2004). the inverse Laplace Transform. “Computer Networks” Ed 1st Ed. TMH New Delhi(1998). (2004). (1998) Jain S. analysis and characterization of LTI systems using Z-transforms. Network Hardware and Software and Reference Models. 5. Inverse Z-transform. Pearson Education India. the Region of convergence for Laplace Transforms. Books Recommended 1. Transformations between continuous Time and Discrete Time System. Computer Networks [3 0 0 3]
Introduction to Computer Networks: Use and types of Computer Networks. Network Security: Cryptography. 4. World Wide Web and Multimedia. Geometric Evaluation of the Fourier transform from the pole-zero plot. 2.Laplace Transform: The Laplace Transform. “Signals and Systems” Pearson Education India. New Delhi (2003). 4th Ed. Elements of Transport Protocols. Error Detection and Correction. 4. Digital Signatures and Authentication Protocols . Pearson Education. Region of convergence for Z-transform. The Internet Transport Protocols and Performance Issues. Z-Transform: Z-transform. Alan S Willsky with Ian T Young. Books Recommended 1. Physical Layer: Transmission Media and Public Switched Telephone Network. Network Layer: Network layer design issues. Medium Access Control Sub layer: Channel Allocation Problem. TMH New Delhi 10th Ed. A Simple Transport Protocol. (2000) Stalling W. (2003) Kurose James F and Ross Keith W. Data Link Protocols and Protocol Verification Methods. Routing Algorithms. Application of Ztransform to the analysis and characterization of discrete time system. 2. Transport Layer: The Transport Service. Geometric evaluation of the Fourier transform from the pole-zero plot. Pearson Education India. Systems and Transforms”. Unilateral Z-Transforms. Parr J M and Riskin E A. “ Signals. Application Layer: Domain Name System. Symmetric-Key Algorithms. Phillips C L. Analysis and characterization of LTI-system. New Delhi (2000).

Books Recommended 1. single phase diode rectifiers. class D commutation: impulse commutation. class F commutation: line commutation. class E commutation: external pulse commutation. 3. switching characteristics of thyristors. Thyristors: thermal characteristics of thyristors. Umesh Publications. Tata McGraw Hill. effect of source impedance on the performance of converters. thyristor turn-on methods. full-wave controlled converters. “Power Electronics”. freewheeling diodes. Harish C Rai. Choppers: principle of chopper operation. P S Bimbhra. “Power Electronics”. thyristor chopper circuits: voltage-commutated chopper. 2. M Gupta. “Industrial and Power Electronics”. operating principle of current source inverters. current-commutated chopper. Delhi. Inverters: operating principle of single-phase voltage source inverters. “Industrial and Power electronics”. PWM inverters. force-commutated thyristor inverters. 4. three-phase bridge inverters. Phase Controlled Rectifiers: principle of phase control. thyristor gate characteristics. “Power Electronics”. P C Sen. Dr. voltage control in single phase inverters. Diode Circuits and Rectifiers: diode circuits with DC source. class C commutation: complementary commutation. step-up choppers. two transistor model of a thyristor. single phase full-wave converters. G K Mithal. thyristor protection. Khanna Publishers. Khanna Publishers. three-phase converter systems using diodes. three-phase thyristor converter circuits. thyristor ratings. series and parallel operation of thyristors. class B commutation: resonant pulse commutation. applications of power electronics. types of chopper circuits.IC-325
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Introduction: concept of power electronics. Muhammad H Rashid. Prentice Hall of India. Thyristor Commutation Techniques: class A commutation: load commutation. advantages and disadvantages of power electronics. control strategies. 5.
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supporting structures for distribution lines. Transmission and Distribution systems.f... Distribution voltage. Induction motor drives using thyristors for stator voltage control. ring-main and network distribution systems. Thyristorised AC motor drives: Comparison with DC drives. string efficiency. main equipments in distribution sub-station. oil filled and gas pressure cables.ELECTIVE-II (5TH SEMESTER) IC-341 Electrical Power Systems [3 0 0 3]
Introduction: Generation. master controllers. types of loads.c. ABCD – constants. 3. different types of supporting structures and tower for OH-lines. New Delhi (1998). conductor materials. losses and their calculations. hollow and bundle conductors. Transposition of OH-conductors. elementary idea about cable breakdown. Wiley Eastern Ltd.. Wadhwa C L. Electrical Drives [3 0 0 3]
Load Characteristics and automatic starting methods: Concept of electrical drives. types of insulators. solid stranded. Choice of conductor size for distributors. Starting methods and auto contactors. Slip power recovery and rotor resistance. Tariff: Load curves. Typical Industrial applications. Braking methods: Breaking methods and automatic braking circuit with relay contactors for DC and Induction motors. Analysis with semi and full converter for continuous and discontinuous current. McGraw Hill Ltd. Voltage distribution over an insulator string. Max demand factor. 4th Ed (1975). “Elements of Power System Analysis”. Insulators of Overhead Lines: Insulator materials. Distribution System: Primary and Secondary Distribution systems. Time and current limit acceleration. 2nd Ed. equalizing voltage drops across insulators of a string. Energy losses. radial. Speed-torque characteristics under braking conditions. different types of tariffs – fixed and variable tariffs. “Transmission and Distribution of Electric Energy”. 5. Wind and Ice loads. 4. charging current and Ferranti Effect. Stringing chart and Sag templates. Inverter / Cycloconverter converter control of Induction and synchronous motor. 2. Review of conventional speed control methods for DC and AC motors. various supply systems. Over Head Transmission Lines: Overhead and Underground – transmission. “Electric Power Systems”. Mechanical Design of Overhead Lines: Sag and stress calculations. Dual converter schemes closed loop control. New Delhi (1970). Comparison based on Copper Efficiency. Load factor. Stevenson W D. thermal considerations and current rating of cables. grading of cables. Elgerd O I.
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. rating and selection of motors. variable frequency operation of Induction motors with constant pulse and constant current. cable laying and jointing. 3-phase with stranded and bundle conductors. Dynamics of motor load combination. B I Publishing. Four-quadrant operation. ACSR. regulation and efficiency. diversity factor. TMH New Delhi (1984). drives. 3-core solid. types of LV and HV – cables. Books Recommended 1. Regenerative braking with DC series motor fed from chopper. elementary idea about conductor vibrations. regulation and efficiency calculations. improvement. sheath and dielectric loss in cables. “Modern Power System Analysis”. speedtorque characteristics of loads and motors. “Electric Energy Systems – An Introduction”. Voltage drop and power loss calculations. Transient conditions in drives. Medium transmission lines – Nominal-T and π-solution for voltage drop. Thyristor chopper-fed d. IC-343 Nagrath I J and Kothari D P. economics of p. Thyristorised DC motor drives: 1-phase and 3-phase controlled converters. Underground Cables: Insulating materials. Long Transmission Lines – current and voltage relations. Distribution sub stations – types and location. TMH New Delhi (1999) Cotton H and Barber H. Transmission line parameters – calculation of inductance and capacitance of single and double circuit transmission lines. Performance of Transmission Lines: Short transmission lines – voltage drop. Generalized ABCD – constants.

V Valkenburg M E. PHI 4th Ed. IC-324 Ogata K. Non-linear Systems: Introduction: Common physical non-linearities: Phase-plane method. De N K and Sen P K. Stability analysis of Nonlinear system using second method of Liapunov – Liapunov’s stability theorem. Bayless J W and Peikavi B. Z transform and its evaluation. sensitivity analysis. John Wiley (1999). “Electro Drive”. Computation of stability domain. Sampled Data Systems: Sampling process: Impulse modulation: Mathematical analysis of sampling process.
ELECTIVE-III (6TH SEMESTER) IC-322 Control Engineering-II [3 0 0 3]
State Variable Representation of Control Systems: Concepts of state space and state variables. Study of stability of Lur’e system using Liapunov – Popov method & exploiting the use of YKM – lemma. Frequency domain analysis of filters. theorems of Z-transform: Modified Z. Some Advances in Network Studies: Nonlinear D. “Theory of sampled data control systems”. Prentice Hall. pulse transfer function: stability analysis in Z-plane using various methods. 4. 5. Kuo F F and Kaiser J F. MGH (Int. solution of state equation. Van Nostrand Reinhold. Computer Aided Network Design [3 0 0 3]
Introduction: Concept of network analysis and design. NY (1966). Popov’s stability criterion. Gupta S C.. 3. Kuo B C. London (1975). “Thyristor Control of AC Motors”. Pergamon Press (1973). New Delhi (1966). Minimization of Vfunction. Wiley Inter Science. Analysis of linear and non linear networks with special reference to active devices. “System Analysis by Digital Computer”. Computer Aided Network Analysis: Computer methods for linear and non linear network analysis. Control Systems”. “Circuit Analysis with Computer Applications to Problem Solving”. State space representation of discrete systems. Gibson J E. Topological structures. Stability Analysis: Definition. “Non linear control engineering”. “Computer Aided Network Design”. sensitivity models for computer aided design. New Delhi (2002). Atherton D P. New Delhi (1982). Pillai S K. Transient analysis of dynamic networks. 3. PHI . “A First Course on Electrical Drives”. Kuo B C.D. Moscow (1970).) (1966). 2. New York (1981). optimization methods in design of networks. Wiley Eastern. “Analysis & Synthesis of S. 3. Murphy M D. 4. “Non Linear automatic Control”. Lindorf D P. first and second methods of Liapunov: stability analysis of linear system using Liapunov’s second method. 2. “Introduction to Modern Network Synthesis”. 2. Sen P C. computer aided design philosophy for networks. 4. New Delhi (1999). “Thyristor D C Drives”. State transition matrix. 5. Active Devices: Introduction. “Network Analysis and Synthesis”.transform: Mapping of S-Plane into Z plane. examples. Generation of V-function using some formalized methods. JW (1967). New Delhi (1999). Books Recommended 1. PHI. John Wiley. 5.C circuit analysis. Computer Organization and Architecture [3 0 0 3]
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. system analysis by phase plane method: Describing functions: Stability analysis by describing function methods. McGraw Hill (1972). conditions for complete controllability and complete observability.Books Recommended 1. Controllability and Observability: Controllability and observability of linear time invarient systems. “Electric Drives”. steady state solution and frequency domain analysis. Scranton Pa (1972). “Modern Control Engineering”. IC-345 Chilikin M. Calahan D A. Introduction to Adaptive Control and Parameter Identification Books Recommended 1. Mir Publishers. State space representation of systems described by scalar differential equations.

Hennessy. Input Output Organization: I/O performance measures. Morgan Kaufmann. Basic Computer Architecture and Design: Computer registers. Pipeline Implementations. Connection Networks. Computer Instructions-Instruction Set Completeness. Basic steps of Instruction Execution. Floating-Point Representation. Instruction Formats. Stack Organized CPU. Interrupts. Designing for Performance”. (1999)
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. Buses: connecting I/O devices to processor and memory. Pearson Education. 4. “Computer System Architecture”. Addressing Modes. MIMD Organizations. Paging and Segmentation. Fixed-Point Representation. Complements. 6th Edition (2003) Harry F. principles of memory hierarchy Caches. and Multithreaded Architectures. Pearson Education. and Array Processors. “Fundamentals of Parallel Processing”. Addition. and operating system. types and characteristics of I/O devices. Data Representation. 2nd Edition (1997) William Stallings. Arithmetic Logic Unit: Arithmetic. underlying technologies. Memory Organization: Memory Systems: principle of locality. Books Recommended 1. I/O ModesProgrammed I/O. “Computer Organisation and Architecture. associative memory.Transaction Processing Benchmarks. 3. Microprogrammed Control. Comparing and summarizing performance. Prentice hall. logic and shift micro operations. Pearson Education Asia. popular performance metrics. Classifying Instruction Set Architecture. Error detection and correction. Hardwired control. Pipelining: Parallel and pipeline Processing. Central Processing Unit: General Register Organization. Computer Performance: The metrics of performance. Horizontal and Vertical Microprogramming. main memory.Data Types. subtraction. and Pipeline Hazards.Introduction: Historical overview. RISC Vs CISC. 2. Conflicts Resolution. multiplication and division algorithms and hardware. “Computer Organization & Design-The Hardware/Software Interface”. Virtual memory. Constructing an arithmetic logic shift unit. SIMD. 3rd Edition (1993) David A. Data Flow Machines. Jordan and Gita Alaghband. 1st Edition (2003) Barry Wilkinson Michael Allen. “Parallel Programming”. Parallel Computers: Classification. Data Transfer and Manipulation. processor. Vector Processing. economic trends. Interrupt Initiated I/O and DMA. Patterson and John L. interfacing I/O devices to memory. 5. Pipeline Control. Memory Interleaving. M Moris Mano.

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Concept of generalized measurement system (review). Applications: LCD interfacing. “Process Instruments and Controls Handbook”. DAC interfacing. rotate instruction and data serialization. and other application programs. Dynamic response for various inputs. Interfacing and System Design”. Jump. motor control applications.. threshold and resolution.. Input/Output pins. New York. 3. Pearson Education. Programming and Applications”. Pearson Education. Scintillation counters. McGraw Hill. Programming. Ltd. overview of the 8051 family. signed number concepts and arithmetic operations.W. interrupts. ports and circuits. ASCII. “Fundamentals of Embedded Software: Where C & Assembly Meet”. 4. New York (1988) Doebelin E A. Deshmukh A. Mazidi M. Meutron detectors based on recoil measuring circuits including modulators.and Mazidi J. parallel and serial ADC..G. external memory. drifts. addressing modes. “Microcontrollers: Architecture. counter programming. interrupt priority. “The 8051 Microcontroller: Architecture. Radiation detectors: ionization chambers. Contingency table. “Measurement Systems: Application and Design”. 8051 Assembly language Programming: Introduction to 8051 assembly language programming. Ayala. Interrupts Programming: 8051 interrupts. 1. Dhanpat Rai & Sons. Radioactive sources – choice of isotopes. (1990) Sawhney A K. Types of errors and uncertainties.
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. time delay for various 8051 chips. Considine D M and Considine G D. data types and directives. 2nd edition. first and second order measurement systems. Kamal Raj. counters and timers. Pearson Education.V. 4th Edn. programming the serial communication interrupt. programming external hardware interrupts. 8051 Serial Port Programming: Basics of serial programming. (2008)
ELECTIVE-IV (6TH SEMESTER) IC-342 Microcontrollers and Applications [3 0 0 3]
Introduction: Introduction to Microcontrollers and embedded processors. BCD. converters and stabilizers. New Delhi (1996) Murthy D V S. “Transducers & Instrumentation”. IC-344 Kenneth J. comparison of Microcontrollers and Microprocessors. Impedance loading and matching. Lewis D. Standard deviation & standardized normal distribution. The 8051 Architecture: Introduction. Numerical correction of dynamic data. Environmental characteristics. hysteresis. logic and compare instructions. PHI Pvt Ltd.A. Nuclear Instrumentation [3 0 0 3]
General: Introduction to properties of Nuclear systems and Radiation. 2. Tata McGraw-Hill. 2. Geiger Muller counters. Confidence level. Generalized mathematical model of measurement system. PHI Pvt. linearity. First order and second order system compensation. Arithmetic and Logic Instructions and Programs: Arithmetic instructions. 2nd edition. 5. Significance test & chi-square test. Semi-conductor devices. Interaction of radiation with matter. serial data input/output. 8051 Timer Programming: Programming 8051 timers. 8051 I/O programming and I/O bit manipulation programming. “Microcontrollers [Theory and Applications]”. System analysis using reducedorder model. 8051 Microcontroller hardware. Synchronous detectors. Penram International. Transfer function and frequency response of zero.. Generalized static stiffness and input-output impedances. 8051 serial port programming. Loop and Call instructions. Delhi (2007) Cooper W D & Helfrick A D. Central limit theorem. “A Course in Electrical and Electronics Measurement & Instrumentation”. 4. 5. Static sensitivity. 3. Experimental determination of system parameters. 8051 connection to RS 232. McGraw Hill. New Delhi. “Electronic Instrumentation & Measurement Techniques”. Books Recommended 1.”The 8051 Microcontroller and embedded systems Using Assembly and C”. programming timer interrupts.

Main components of reactors.Nuclear Power Plants: Selection of site for Nuclear power plant. photoelectric techniques in optical measuring instruments. operation and maintenance of environmental devices. Light modulating techniques. general properties. “Introduction to Nuclear Engineering “. Dose and Risk. 5. Almenas K and Lee r. 4. IC-346 Washlete C C H and Hewitt S G. ”Principles of industrial Instrumentation “ Rao C S. Lamarsh J R and Baratta A J. Leak detection. study of laser based instruments for metrology and holography.. Optical sources. affluent disposal. “Environmental Engineering”. 3. absorption and delay processes. Operational safety instruments. moderation. occupational safety and health. Gamma ray absorption technique. types of lasers and their operating characteristics. water pollution. “Digital Instrumentation and Control system in Nuclear Power Plant:Safety and Reliability issue” . Nuclear instrument maintenance. Control rod calibration. spectrometer. beta and gamma. PH (2001). Twyman-Crreen type). (1992). measurement of thickness of surface material by back scattering. “Nuclear Instrumentation”. Lasers and its applications: Introduction to lasers. nuclear power programme in India. anions. Optical Spectrum Analysis and Instruments: Types of optical spectrum analyzers. ”Nuclear Engineering : An introduction “ . Newnes (1965). Fuel sources. S N Singh “Electric Power Generation. Donal R Rowe and George Tacho Banoylous. solids and hazardous waste. 3. Spring Verlog Berlin. power meters. Patranabis D. Photometric / Radiometric measurement systems. 4. Nuclear fuel inspection and testing including poisoning. Monochromator. 3rd Ed. 5. Disposal. “Environment Pollution control Engineering “ McGraw Hill Optical Instrumentation and Measurement [3 0 0 3]
Introduction: Optical measurement terminology. emergency schemes. Thickness and density measurement: Beta rays. turbidity and solids. optical transmitter and receiver measurements. Teddy (1996) Gilber M Masters. Nuclear Reactor Instrumentation: Diffusion. Books Recommended 1. Techniques for measuring water quality: parameters like pH. Transmission and Distribution ” PHI New Delhi (204). Applications to medical diagnosis and treatment. TMH . Remote control instrumentation. Uranium as a source of energy. Books Recommended 1.
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. Emphasis on function. 2. toxicology. X. level and pressure. Application in Industrial System: Radioactive Tracer technique: Gas and Liquid flow measurement. Liquid chromatography (LC) Ion chromatography (IC) and Atomic absorption spectrometer (AA) Introduction to environmental measurement including temperature. operation of grating based optical spectrum analysis. air pollution. Types of reactors. Safety: Hazards of ionization radiation. Fabray-Rerot. Calorimeter.(1997). IC-348 Peany Howard S. recycling and pollution prevention. ammonia. Environmental Instrumentation and Safety [3 0 0 3]
Introduction to Environmental Technology Field: An overview of environmental laws and regulations. radiation energy measurement. solid and hazardous waste materials management. Laws of illumination. analysis of samples using UV – IR Spectrophotometry. “Environmental Engineering and Science” (1997) Holman JP. Interferometer (Michelson. Gas chromatography (GC). Residence time and its distribution. dissolved oxygen. water treatment. 2. ”Experimental method for Engineers“. Issue of National Research Control. alkalinity. National Academy Press . Radiological protection (alpha. physiological effect of radiation.New Delhi (2004). flow rate. 7th Ed. optical detectors. Amplifier gain and noise measurements. neutron) – shielding material and effectiveness. Safety of Nuclear power reactors. Instrumentational methods for Environmental analysis: Theory and practice of modern instrumentational methods used in analysis of environmental samples. Nature of Pollution: Air pollution control devices. Neutron flux measurement. Radiometry and photometry. application to blending corrosion and wear studies. waste water treatment techniques.

thermocouples. bimetallic strips. modulators & demodulators. Basic principles of designing transducers: Resistive. Macmillan (1988) Sawhney A K. “Electro optical Instrumentation: Sensing and measuring with LASER”. General transducer characteristics. Books Recommended 1. 4. Step index and graded index fibers. Some case studies in instrumentation
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. “A course in Electrical and Electronics Measurement Instrumentation”. instrumentation amplifier. 3. capacitive. “Handbook of fibre optics” (1990) Ghatak A K and Thyagrajan. 7 segment LCDs. diaphragm. criterion for transducer selections. Display system design: 7 segment LED display. New Delhi (1993) Silvano D. New Delhi (2004). India. and various types of ADC and DAC circuits.
ELECTIVE-V (6TH SEMESTER) IC-362 Instrumentation System Design [3 0 0 3]
Instrumentation System Design: Introduction. Fiber optic sensors. capsule. CRT Displays Microprocessor based system design: Design considerations. “Lens Design”. RTD. performance characteristics. active and passive filters. 5. Kingslake. bourdon tube etc. fiber optic telemetry. inductive. S/H circuit. Signal Conditioning: Bridges. Dhanpat Rai and Sons. Transducer terminology. bellow. Dot Matrix LED display. Bar Graph LED display. design characteristics. propagation of light through optical fiber. “Laser theory and applications”. reliability characteristics.Fiber Optic Systems: Introduction to fiber optics. principle. Academic Press (1987) Chai Yeh. 2. optical fiber characteristics. PHI.

“Elastic elements of instruments” Israel programme for scientific translation – Jerusalem (1966). “Instrument Transducers . New Delhi (1999). pneumatic and electrical comparators. Miscellaneous Miniature Sensors: Magnetic sensors. Sawhney A K. bimetallic thermometers. “Silicon Sensors”. NJ07632 (1994) Middlehoek S and Audet S A. semiconductor strain gauges. Knudsen gauge. New Age International (P) Limited publishers. their errors. Beckwith T G. gauge. (2000). sine bar. Englewood Cliff. London (1988)
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Micro mechanical sensing and actuating structures: SAW micro sensors. level measurement. radiation pyrometry. micro actuators and micro motors. Doeblin E O. 4. thermal conductivity gauges. Other Variable measurements: Mass. New Delhi (1996). positive displacement type. Piezo resistive elements. Academic Press. “Introduction to System Design using Integrated Circuit”.. Neubert H K P. Schottky. Flow Measurement: Head type. 5. Electro magnetic. Tata McGraw Hill Book Co. Transistor based sensors. acceleration and seismic pickups. photo conductive. Andreeva L E. London (1989) Edmonds T E. Turbo magnetic. Slater Michael. Englewood Cliffs. bourdon tube. “ Transducers and their elements – Design and Applications”. Deadweight piston gauges and manometers. Khazan Alexander D. Patranabis D “Principles of Industrial Instrumentation “ TMGH . “A course in Mechanical Measurement & Instrumentation”. Humidity and moisture measurement. McGraw Hill Book Co. thermal expansion methods. electrical type. Books Recommended 1.(1993). their working principle and applications.. weight. 2. Temperature and Phase modulated. interferometry and flats. chemical sensors: silicon based. solid-state. 2. high pressure measurement. Blackie. velocity. Gyroscopes. Fibre optic sensors: Pressure. 4. open channel flow metering. Lienhard J H and Marangoni R D. New Delhi (1995). Catalyst. Metal oxide based. Resonant micro sensors. bellows and diaphragm. Pneumatic detectors. Rangan. junction semiconductor sensors. vacuum measurement-McLeod gauge. elastic transducers. ultrasonic Hot wire anemometer. PTR Prentice Hall.. Oxford (1975). Pyro electric detectors.Books Recommended 1. Temperature Measurement: Measurement: Standards and calibrations. “Mechanical Measurements“ Addison –Wesley (Pearson Edu Asia). “Chemical Sensors”. Dhanpat Rai & Sons Book Co. area type. Pirani and lonization gauge. Mani Sharma. 5. Pressure Measurement: Standards and calibration. “Handbook of Transducers” Prentice Hall. Radiation detectors. “Instrumentation Devices & Systems”. “Microprocessor Based Design”. mass flow meters vortex type. IC-364 Norton H N. NJ (1989). 2.An introduction to their performance and design” Clare don press. gauge block. New Delhi (2004). Sensor Fusion: Introduction to sensor fusion and sensor selection. force. 3. CCDs. Integrated thermocouple. torque and shaft power measurement. 3. optical. micro accelerometers. review of displacement. mechanical. filled in systems. Pressure micro sensors. 16th Reprint. 3. thermoelectric sensors electric resistance sensors. Books Recommended 1. Sonde B S. Temperature and Light Sensitive Microstructures: Solid state temperature sensors – silicon resistive temperature sensors. Prentice Hall of India Pvt Ltd. Bayesian theory of sensor fusion and its applications. Photo detectors. “Measurement System: Application & Design”. Industrial Measurement [3 0 0 3]
Metrology: Line and length standards. Photo emissive. New Delhi (2003).

Mittal R K and Nagrath I J. robot joints. New Delhi (1990) Lish. condenser safety. IC-368
“Sensors and Actuators”. feed water reheaters and evaporators. and performance of cooling towers. 2009 PLC and SCADA [3 0 0 3]
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PLC Basics: An Overall looks at PLCs. 1986 (pp 65-82). MIT Press. Governing of steam turbines.. coal flow. prentice Hall of India. semi automatic systems and manual control systems. vacuum efficiency. flow duration curve. 3. layout of a hydro power plant. Hydro Power Plant: Advantages and disadvantages. Rankine cycle and its analysis. types and applications. comparison of various actuators. Steam Power Plant: Operation of steam power plant. Pearson education Ltd. “Modern power station practice (1-8 volumes)”. “Introduction to Robotics: Mechanics and Control”. Sensors and signal conditioning: introduction to transducers. “A Text Book on Power System Engineering”. Generation of nuclear energy by fission. Books Recommended 1. tele-operated systems. Gupta P V and Chakraborty A. General PLC Programming Procedures. selection of sites and unit size. “Nuclear Power”. combustion equipment. Steam condensers. hydrological cycle. velocity diagrams. Ash handling. air/gas flow. controls for turbine. safety and plant performance. “Model based control of a Robot manipulator”. (1987). 2001. CEGB (1967) Loftness D Van Nostrand. classification of robots. Nuclear Power Plant: Advantages and disadvantages. energy policy of India. microprocessor based controller. selection of actuators.. data presentation and data logging system Books Recommended 1. Industrial press (1992) Varma. control for furnaces. 5.
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. introduction to PLC & DCS. essential features of a hydro plant. 5. and anatomy of robots. Heat exchangers. 1985 (pp 227-233). New Delhi (1998)
ELECTIVE-VI (7TH SEMESTER) IC-421 Robotics and Automation [3 0 0 3]
Robotics: Introduction to robots. selection of sensor. Craig J J. 4. Governing and controls needed for water flow. Atkeson C G & Hollerbach J M. Analysis and Control”. 4. 1988 W. and robot coordinates various applications of robots Actuators: introduction to various actuators. No 8. Boston. Fuel handling. 3. Addison –Wesley. layout of steam power plant. Metroplitan Publication (1988) Soni M L. Reheat and regenerative cycle. classification of steam turbines and their working. “Robotics and Control”. 2. drum level. reheaters. Tsunco Yoshikawa. “Mechatronics Electronic Control System in Mechanical and Electric Engineering”. priority for sources for power generation. TMH Pub. 5. “Foundations of Robotics. Mass. control system.4. selection of site. 2nd Edition. No 10. Bolton. 2. various transducers used for the measurement of displacement. Devices to which PLC Inputs and Outputs are connected. Layout of Nuclear plant. degree of freedom. “Nuclear Power Plant System and Equipment”. New Delhi. Sloman Sabrie “ sensor and control system in manufacturing “TMH . position. velocity. Nuclear reactor.India (1994). pp 129-144. hydro-graph. “Power Plant Engineering”. Introduction to Automation: Fully automatic systems. McGraw Hill. mass curve. selection of water turbines for a given hydro power plant. temperature. Instrumentation: Instrumentation needed in steam power plants for plant supervision. measurement system. No 12. signal conditioning. choice of steam pressure and temperatures. nuclear reactions. Power Plant Instrumentation [3 0 0 3]
Introduction: Various types of power plants. combustion control. 1989. Dhanpat Rai and Co. 2003 An C H.

PID control of Continuous Processes. measurement system. “PLC”. “Programmable Logic Controllers. signal conditioning. classification of robots. main components of Mechatronics. Mechatronics [3 0 0 3]
Introduction to Mechatronics: what is Mechatronics. 3. Security and Vulnerability of SCADA Systems. comparison of various actuators. Jr. Advanced PLC Functions: Analog PLC Operation. Register Basics. 2. System Integrity and safety Introduction to SCADA: SCADA overview. SCADA Standards Organizations. Distributed and Networked. PLC Timers and Counters. selection of actuators. Number comparison functions. the Mechatronics approach problem Sensors and signal conditioning: introduction to transducers. Motor Controls. control system. Pearson Education John W Webb. Creating Ladder diagrams. selection of sensor.Principles and applications”. and anatomy of robots. “ Programmable Logic controllers.Basic PLC Programming : Programming ON/OFF Inputs. PLC functions with BITS. position. various transducers used for the measurement of displacement. Frederick D Hackworth. Reis. 4. SCADA Protocals. IC-425 John R Hackworth. degree of freedom. temperature. velocity. Ronald A . 2006 Liptak Bela G.Programming Methods and Applications”. data presentation and data logging system Robotics: Introduction to robots. Networking PLCs. PHI . Data handling Functions. ND. robot joints.
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. microprocessor based controller. and robot coordinates various applications of robots Actuators: introduction to various actuators.” Ian G Warnock. PLC Arithmetic functions. DNP-3 Implementation of SCADA: Deploying SCADA systems. SCADA Architecture – Monolithic.IEC 60870-5-101. Books Recommended 1.

“Modern Control System Theory”. Prentice Hall. New Delhi (1990) Kirk D E. Calculus of Variations: Definitions and minimization of functionals. Sub optimal linear regulators. loops and charts. Introduction to optimal control to Distributed parameter systems Books Recommended 1.g. Analysis and Control”. Newton Raphson and Fletcher Powell methods. Wiley Eastern Ltd. Gupta. Application to optimization problems with constraints. windowing and filtering techniques. arrays. Classification of optimal control problems. Optimal Feedback Control: Introduction.. Gopal M. 1997 Sokoloft. 5. New Jersey (1968) Anderson B D O and Moore B. string and file I/O. 2001. “Basic concepts of Lab VIEW 4”. Instrument Society of America. Boston. Pearson education Ltd. McGraw Hill. TMH Pub. 5. Mass. 2. 1988 W. convolution and correlation methods. Englewood Cliffs. Linear regulator and servomechanism problems. PHI-Pub. 2001 Lisa K Wells and Jertrey Travis. Performance criteria and constraints of optimization. Tsunco Yoshikawa. Discrete dynamic programming. Conditions for optimality. 2009 Intelligent Instrumentation [3 0 0 3]
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Virtual Instrumentation: Historical perspective. 2. Fourier transformer. “Lab VIEW for Everyone”. “Lab VIEW Graphical Programming Application in instrumentation and control ”. Pontryagin’s Maximum (Minimal) Principle: Statement of Pontryagin’s maximum principle and HamiltonJocabi-Bellman Equation.. Steepest Descent. local and global variables. “Foundations of Robotics. prentice Hall of India. New Delhi (1995) Sage A P. 2003 An C H. clusters and graphs. “Linear Optimal Control”. formula nodes. 4. PH (1970)
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. GPIB. MIT Press. JP Gupta. 3. Dynamic Programming: Multistage decision processes. 2002 S. NJ.. 3. Dynamic optimization with equality and inequality constraints. 1998
ELECTIVE-VII (7TH SEMESTER) IC-441 Optimal Control Theory [3 0 0 3]
Introduction: Basic Mathematical concepts. “Model based control of a Robot manipulator”. Minimum time control of linear time invariant (LTIV) – systems. Fixed and free end problems. New Delhi. “PC Interfacing for Data Acquisition and Process Control”.. “Introduction to Robotics: Mechanics and Control”. power spectrum. Matrix Reccati equation. 1989. block diagram and architecture of a virtual instrument Data-Flow Techniques: Graphical programming in data flow. VI Programming Techniques: VI and Sub-VI.Books Recommended 1. Bolton. Addison –Wesley. State variable descriptions. 2. “Robotics and Control”. 2003 Mahesh L Chgani and Abhay R . comparison with conventional programming. Mittal R K and Nagrath I J. ”Optimal Control Theory: An Introduction”. PHI. Craig J J. Books Recommended 1. invariant imbedding and optimality. Prentice Hall. “Optimal System Control”. Samant “ Labbview signal processing” Prentice Hall. case and sequence structures. New York.. Applications of VI: VI Application in digital signal processing. Transversality conditions. 4. 2nd Edition. principles of causality. Atkeson C G & Hollerbach J M. Euler Lagrange’s equation for scalar case and its generalization to vector case. advantages etc. solution and implementation. Gary Johnson. Optimization using Gradient methods. Review of controllability and observability. 3. Formulation of optimal control problems. “Mechatronics Electronic Control System in Mechanical and Electric Engineering”. Lagrange Multiplier method. 4.RS232C/RS485. Common instrumentation interfaces: . Use of Analysis Tools: Some tools from the advanced analysis tools relevant to the discipline may be included e.

z-transform. Robustness. 3. state space description of discrete – time systems. 2. The State Variable Technique for Digital Systems: Introduction. data conversion and quantization. Chen C T. (1966)
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. Ogata K. Goodwin C G. Hold circuits and comparison between hold circuits based on step response and frequency domain characteristics. Transform Analysis of Digital Control System: Introduction. relationship between state equation and T. stability and Bilinear transformation. Gopal M. Observer T. relationship between the s-plane and the z-plane. New Jersey.. Pole placement. relation between root locus and time domain. “Theory of SD-control systems”. Advanced State Space Methods: Design via optimal control techniques. New York (1972). Nyquist plot. Control System Design [3 0 0 3]
Introduction: The feedback concept and modelling. New Delhi (1998).5.. Noida. 5. “Control Systems: Principles and Design”. control law using observer. reconstruction of signals from samples. gain margin and phase margin. Development of state formulation of Discrete-data system with S/hold-devices. recovery (LTR). Trade-offs in state feedback and observers. Direct digital design. TMG Hill Pub. Savant C J. WE Ltd. compensation. Limitation of z-transform. SF-graph. inverse Z-transform. Shahian Balram and Hostetter G H. 3. response and stability. New Delhi – (1993) Jury E I. sampling. “Theory and application of Z-transform methods” John Wiley (1964). Limitations of state feedback. 2nd Edition (2004) Gopal M. stability of Linear digital control systems. diagonalization of system-matrix. (2002). Design of digital control systems with digital controllers. DSP control – digital signal processors. Introduction to design of robust control systems. Rinehart and Winston (1984). Frequency response Design. Sampling and Data Reconstruction of Sampled Signals: mathematical modeling of ideal & actual samplers. Kuo B C.F.. the pulse TF and pulse response. PH-(1995). various methods of stability test. basic elements of Discrete-data control systems. Observability and Stability: Concept of controllability for LTIV-discrete data systems. New York. state variable analysis of response between sampling instants. properties of LQR design. Digital Control: Preview. “Discrete Time Control Systems”. the linear quadratic regulator problem. Reduced order observer design. Holt. “Linear Optimal Control Systems”. First Indian Print – (2003). McGraw Hill International. Oxford Univ. Pearson Education. sampling theorem. Books Recommended 1. Digital Control Systems [3 0 0 3]
Discrete Data and Digital Control Systems: Introduction. Controllability. Bode plots. “Design of feedback controls systems”. Root Locus Analysis and Design: Root locus for feedback control systems. “Linear System Theory and Design”. PID – compensation. controllability and observability. uncertainty modelling. Discrete time signals. Englewood Cliff. IC-445 Stefani R T. Wiley. root locus construction. Books Recommended 1. John Wiley. optimal observer – Kalman Filter. “Control System Design”.F. state equations and solutions of continuous and digital systems. Z-transformation and properties. the second method of Liapunov & its applications to LTIV – discrete data system for stability analysis. observability & TF. concept of Block diagram representation and reduction. the delayed & modified z-transforms. Medich K. 4. Press. Digital controllers including PID-controller. Observer design. Sample and hold circuits. signal conversion and processing. “Digital Control Systems”. robust stability. 3rd Ed. and stability. Design of Discrete-Data Control Systems: Concept of cascade compensation.F. 5. New Delhi. “State Estimation”. computer processing. Decoupling. some examples. tracking problems. state diagrams. T. Co. International Edition. Digital Control Systems using MATLAB. Linear Difference equations. Design concepts. 1963 Lindorff D P. IC-443
Kwakenack H and Sivan R. root T. 2. “Digital Control Engg”. State Space Modelling and Design: State feedback and pole placement. Jordon Canonical form.F. Types of control system design. A/D and D/A conversion. 4. Frequency response and forced sinusoidal response. Pole-placement design by state and output – feedback. Graebe S F and Salgado M E.

3. Delhi (1993) Khandpur R S. conductivity cell and applications. electrical methods. “Handbook of Analytical Instruments (7th reprint)”. Basic linear algebra. Thermal conductivity gas analyzers. Markov model. Simulations Packages. 2. ESR spectroscopy. New Delhi(1996). System Representation: Introduction. Measurement of pH:. analogous circuits. ”Process Instruments and Control “ Hand Book. paramagnetic oxygen analyzer. Principles and components. Methane. types of models.B. Real Time Simulation. Signal flow graphs. specific. fault tree analysis. MTTF. CO2.IC-447
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System Models and Studies: Concept of a system. Butterworths Scientific Publication.definition and methods. redox potential. density measurement: solids.
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Introduction: Difference between analytical and other instruments. PHI. MTBF..Third edition. Books Recommended 1. et al “Discrete Event System Simulation “3rd Ed.series configuration. sampling. TMH International Editions (2003) Nagrath I J and Gopal M. mixed configuration. Measures of probability. Moisture Measurement: definitions. Banks. Estimation of Oxygen. 5. Density measurement. Numerical computation technique for Discrete models. system Environment. Averill M Law and W David Kelton. East West Press Pvt Ltd. systems modeling. parallel configuration. 2. “System Modeling and Analysis”. London (1985) Khare R P. IR and near IR analysis. Mass spectrometery. Hydrogen. Random number generator and Properties of Random Numbers. Selection of Simulation Software. 5. relative humidity and dew point. Introduction to system Reliability: Reliability. electrical conductivity. Measurement of viscosity and consistency. emission spectrometery:flame emission. in binary or complex gas mixtures. Dry and wet bulb psychrometer. IR method. Embedded Systems [3 0 0 3]
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. types of system simulation. automatic and faithful sampling. System Equations: Introduction. Gas Analysis: Gas Chromatography – principles & components. comparison of simulation and analytical methods. “Simulation Modeling and Analysis”. Electro chemical reaction method. ”Principles of Industrial Instrumentation” . Polarography. state concept. System Simulation: Step in simulation study. techniques of simulation. Probability concepts in simulation: Stochastic variables. TMH. “System Simulation”. Analytical Electron Microscope Books Recommended 1. System reliability using: . Estimation of mean variances. Tata McGraw Hill Pub. 3rd (1985). Functions numerical evaluation of continuous probability functions. Heat of reaction method.” Reliability Engineering” . liquids. atomic absorption type. continuous and discrete systems. sampling system for liquids and gases. Trends in simulation software. comparison of methods. Hair hygrometer. Distributed lag models. Geoffrey Gorden. 4. Numerical computation Technique for continuous models. “Analytical Instrumentation an Introduction” C. Laboratory and on line methods. New Delhi (2000) Considine D M. hazard rate. Chemical Composition Measurements: Newtonian and Non Newtonian flow.S. Principles used in Modeling. dew point meter. New Delhi (1982). New Delhi( 2000). stochastic Activities. Determination of overall system response using Block diagram and Signal flow for the various inputs. and Correlation. 3. Electric circuits and components. Spectrochemical Analysis: Classification of techniques. Mechanical Translation system. discrete probability functions. Mechanical rotational system. failure data analysis. X-ray analyzers NMR spectrometry. “Instrument Technology vol II”. L S Srinath . Experimental Nature of simulation. PHI (2005). Publication. IC-424 Patranbis D. gages. Carbon monoxide etc. continuous probability functions. New Delhi (1991) Jones E B. Humidity and Moisture Measurements: Humidity measurement: definitions – absolute. 4. Reliability improvement and maintainability. Dispersive techniques. system Analysis & design. Tata McGraw Hill Pub. sampling components. Standard Block – Diagram. NMR method. Block diagram presentation. scheme for UV.

4. Linguistic variable. CMAC networks. Implementation of fuzzy system. unsupervised and reinforcement learning. (2003). correlation learning rule. “An Embedded Software Primer”. topology. Vahid and Givargis. Michael Barr. “Artificial Neural Networks”. Comparative Assessment of Embedded Processors Memory Devices: ROM family. 5. Fuzzy IF THEN rules.
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Introduction to Virtual Instrumentation: Historical perspective. Real time recurrent learning algorithm. Application of fuzzy logic. control. (2002). Variable inference techniques. “Fuzzy System Design Principles”. Anderson J A “An Introduction to Neural Networks”. In star and out star learning rules. Parallel Bus. Hebb’s rule. Useful tools supporting design. neural network characteristics. PHI . Fuzzy system design. Yegna Narayenan. PHI. vector quantization. New Delhi (1998). Components of Embedded Systems Embedded Processors: Microprocessors. Fifth Indian Reprint. recurrent back propagation. associative memories.Embedded Processing Systems – Introduction. Raj Kumar. “Nueral Networks and Fuzzy Logic”. “Programming Embedded Systems in C and C ++”. Controler. Widroff and Huff LMS learning rule. “Neural Networks”. 3. salient features and application area of virtual instrumentation. Defuzzification techniques. RAM family. Third Reprint. O’Reilly. Neural and Fuzzy Control: Basic terms. Neural Networks in direct and indirect control. Fuzzy Controller design. Radial Basis Function: Basic learning laws in RBF network. Pearson Education Asia. Books Recommended 1. RTOS: memory management. Delta rule. Neural Network and Fuzzy Logic [3 0 0 3]
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Introduction: History of development in neural networks. New Delhi (1998). David E. Classification of Control Systems. Definition and architecture of virtual instrumentation system. linear reparability. ART networks. Counter Propagation Networks: Introduction to counter propagation networks. Application of neural networks. timing devices and interfacing. Basic learning laws. optimization. 5. I/O Management and Device Drivers. 2. competitive learning. 2. Tata McGraw Hill. DSP and ASICs. the perceptron.C and C++ Input-output Ports and Interfacing. Networking and Wireless Standards Introduction to Real-time operating system (RTOS). First Indian Reprint. (2002). (2003). recurrent networks. John Wiley and Sons. O’Reilly. Model of a neuron. Classification of different instruments / instrumentation system. Analog I/O techniques Embedded Communications: Serial Bus. Simon. Artificial neural network technology. 3. Programming and Design”. A Unified Hardware/Software Introduction. “Designing Embedded Hardware”. Fuzzy Logic: Basic concepts of fuzzy logic. Bart Kosko. John Catsoulis. Basic fuzzy inference algorithm. PHI (2000). pattern recognition. Supervised Learning: Basic hop field model. Operation of fuzzy set. Simon Haykin. scheduling Software Engineering Practices: Embedded Software Development Process Hardware-Software Co-design in an embedded system Tools and Trends in Embedded systems design Books Recommended 1. Interfacing memory Embedded Programming . Pearson Education (2002). K mean clustering algorithm. Kolwner’s feature maps. (1999). IC-428 Riza Berkin and Trubatch. “Embedded System Design”. types of learning. Unsupervised learning.

sub VI. case and sequence structure. Programmable Logic Control: Introduction. Eckman D P.
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Introduction: Review and limitations of single-loop control. Gupta S and Gupta J P. McGraw Hill. override.g. Heat Exchangers. Prentice Hall of India. Wells Lisa K and Travis Jeffrey. counters and timer. need for multiloop systems. New Delhi (1976). Models and mode classifications. McGraw Hill International Edition (1991). Maintenance and trouble shooting. relative merits over DCS and relays. Introduction to Computer Control systems in Process Control: DCS Configuration. DCS I/O hardware and setpoint stations. Prentice Hall of India. Process control and safety. “Handbook of Process Control “. Configuring data acquisition hardware using the drives in application software. PC hardware structure. use of DAQ library functions for different analog and digital input/output operations. 4. Correlation methods. “Industrial Instrumentation” Wiley Eastern Pvt. formula nodes. distillation column. PLC installation. 3. Linear and non linear estimation problems. Identification and Adaptive Control [3 0 0 3]
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Introduction: Problems of identification and control estimation problem and classification. Books Recommended 1. popular data flow and VI software packages. types of representation. control console equipment. Some Case Studies in Process Control: Ammonia plant control. interaction in multiple loops. Johnson G. absorbers. programming languages. representation and reading of instrumentation scheme using PI diagrams. RS485. “Process System Analysis and Control”. analysis and applications of cascade. Building a web based virtual instrument: Networking basics for office and industry application. communication between components. local control units. Johnson Curtis D. for and while loops.. Feed forward. Transfer function and impulse response. 2nd Ed. Supervisory control and data acquisition system (SCADA). James K “PC interfacing and data acquisition “. “Process Control Instrumentation Technology”. Prentice Hall (1997). New Delhi (1995). software and hardware installation. George Stephanopoulos. time period of a signal. Common Instrument Interfaces: Current loop. timing. New Delhi (1997). power spectrum and logging Fourier transform. “LabVIEW for everyone”. inferential control. split-range. “PC Interfacing for data acquisition of process control”. 3rd Ed. ”Labview graphical programming “3rd ed.. Chilton Press (1995). signal types. MGH (2002). charts and graphs. Estimation problems for continuous and Discrete case. Min. standard instrumentation symbols for devices. Use of Measurement Analysis Tools: Measurement of Max. 2002. array and clusters. P-I diagrams. 5. Advanced Process Control Techniques: Concept of multiloop process controls. 2. 5. RS 232. DMA. Coughanowr R Donald. selective and Auctioneering Control Systems with multiple loops. Building a VI front panel and block diagram. Data Acquisition Basics: ADC. “Chemical Process Control – An introduction to Theory & Practice”. Use of library functions to communicate with different instruments. Mathematical tools. Peak-Peak voltage. GBIP. Design of control systems for multivariable process: Multivariable control system. D/O. Furances and Reactors. Ltd. Adaptive Control Problem: Introduction.
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Englewood Cliffs. New Age International Pub (1999) Landan I D. concept of real time operating system.
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. Application of Kalman filtering algorithm to identification and adaptive controls. programmes. PH (1990) Goodwin G C and Sin K S.Method of Identification: Impulse response identification methods. method of maximum likelihood. self tunning control and self tracking control. MAP/TOP protocol. ISO reference model. Profi bus. operator system communication. Low level and high level tasks. Maximum likelihood estimation for electromechanical systems. Engineering work station. Kalman Filtering: Introduction to smoothing. “Adaptive Filtering Prediction and Control”. Fip bus. languages.NJ (1996). Advances in Adaptive Control: Adaptive control using model reference techniques. Distributed control. Recognition of process states. NJ. Industrial communication systems. NJ. Tasks of Digital control systems. Comparison of buses. centralized control. HART protocol. 5. “Control System Engineering”. Data and symbols for operating systems. communication design. designing control and dispatching centres. 4. Hierarchical control. Computer Control of Industrial Processes [3 0 0 3]
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Computers: Algorithm. 2.Field Bus. PH (1984). Some case studies. Rack Bus. Desai R C. filtering and prediction. analog and hybrid simulation.Juan M and Jose R. Least square identification method. System Design: Feasibility study. operator role. Sanchez M . “System Identification and Control Design”. types of bus:. Books Recommended 1. Field-Buses. operator process interaction. data transmission unit. Recursive identification using Lease square methods. TMH New Delhi (1967) Nagrath I J and Gopal M. Communication and Network Protocols: Communications hierarchy. Computers – Hierarchical Control: Early computer control system.Eagle Wood Cliff . 3. Applications: Application of state estimation in electromechanical systems. software. Kalman Filter. “Identification and Control”. hardware for process control. Man-machine interface: Introduction. ”Adaptive Predictive Control for concept to Plant optimization “PH. Englewood Cliffs.

“Digital design with standard MSI and LSI”. Direct form. “Instrument Engineers Handbook”. Introduction to Sensor Networks Books Recommended 1. Routing protocols. Bilinear Transformation. 5th Indian Reprint (2001)
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Introduction: Limitations of analog signal processing. (1995). Z-Transform. parallel form. 4. 5th Indian Reprint (2004) Douglas E Comer.Tamal “Digital signal and Image Processing“. Routing and Addressing. 2001 Bose . 5. (2003) James F. 2002 Jhon R. Pearson Education India. Singh S K. Larimore .C. 4. Ltd. “Industrial Instrumentation and Control “ 2nd Ed. IEEE 802. 3. 7th Edition. “Digital Signal Processing”. 2. Network Hardware and Software. ATM Switching Overview. Philadelphia 3rd Ed. New Delhi. linearity. Linear. Wireless adhoc networks: Introduction. Ross “Computer Networking” Pearson Education. Connection Admission Control performance issues Wireless Networks: Introduction. “Wireless communication and networks”. 5. Adaptive Signal Processing: . 2004
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Introduction: Use and types of Computer Networks. “Computers in Process Control” (1992) Liptak B G. Wiely JW and Sons (asia) Pvt. Kurose and Keith W. (2002) William Stalling. “Digital Signal Processing: A practical approach (2nd edition). Blokeslee T R. Kant Krishna “Computer Based Industrial Control “ PHI . “Theory and design of Adaptive filter”. ATM Traffic Management & Congestion Control. 4. “Computer Networks and Internets”. Concepts of stability. Application of ASP in Biomedical Signal analysis. Bluetooth. Convolution.. Design of Digital Filters: Linear phase FIR filters. Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs). Books Recommended 1. Theory of adaptation with stationary signals. Concept of decimation in time and frequency. Laplace Transform. causality. New Delhi. Adaptive linear combiner.Quality of Service (QoS). Quality of Service. “Pearson Education. “Introduction to Adaptive Signal Processing and application First”. NY (1986). Proakis J G and Manolakis D G. Adaptive algorithms and structures. PHI. Internet Evolution Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) Networks: Introduction. Andrew S. Networking Terminology. Correlation Discrete time Signals and Systems: Some elementary discrete time sequences and systems. 3. ATM Signaling. PHI.New Delhi (1997).Adaptive system. 2. Tanenbaum “Computer Networks” Ed Pearson Education 4th Edition. Correlation. Richards and M. IIR filter design by Impulse Invariance. JW and sons.11 standard. Cell-switching Physical. and AAL Layers. Discrete Fourier Transform and FFT: DFT and its properties. Structure for Discrete Time Systems: Block diagram representation. Advantages of digital signal processing. 3. TMH . performance issues. TCP/IP Reference Models. ATM. New Delhi. 2003 Ifeacher E C and Jerris B W. Signal flow graph representation. IC-438 Eran V Zivic. 2. linear constant coefficient difference equations. Pearson Education 2nd Edition. Design methods for FIR filters by windowing.

building a fuzzy IF-THEN rule bases. Soft Computing [3 0 0 3]
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. implementation of fuzzy system. FFT. delta rule. Fuzzy If-then rules. Rafael C Gonzalez and Richard E Wood. “An Introduction to genetic algorithms for Scientists and engineers”. optimization. Image Compression and Segmentation: Image compression method.”Three Dimensional computer vision –A geometric view point “. sampling and quantization. K-means clustering algorithm. Digital image representation. Spranjer Verlay (1991) Jain A K. DFT. PHI(2003) Yen and Langari. Image Restoration: Degradation model.NJ (989) Fangeras O. second Edition 2003. Variable inference techniques. Application of NN in pattern recognition. operations of Fuzzy sets.5. 2. PH Eaglewood Cliff . GP etc. 5. some other transforms. Introduction to image reconstruction algorithm for medical imaging Books Recommended 1. 4. “Neural Networks” Pearson education. Types of learningSupervised and Unsupervised. Natural Optimization methods. Support Vector Machines. World scientific publishing Company(1997) Berkin Riza C and trubatch. Enhancement in frequency domain. widrow and hoff learning rule.Introduction to SVM. applications. algebraic approach to restoration. error free compression. “Artificial Neural Networks”. pixels. 2nd Ed.
W Stallings. Books Recommended 1.). ART Networks.Basic concepts of Fuzzy logic. instar and outstar learning rules. Pearson Education. image model. Addison Wesley Publishing Company (1986) Bernd Jahne.competitive learning. frequency domain methods. control. “Digital Image Processing”. elements of digital image processing systems. Image Processing [3 0 0 3]
Introduction: Background. ANN terminology.CMAC network. “Fuzzy system design principles”. Linguistic variables. a simple evolutionary selection schemes. 3. speech and decision making. membership functions. 4. Haykin simon. IC-446 David a coley. Thresholding. 2. Applications of SVM. properties of two dimensional Fourier transform. fuzzy system design.. 8th Printing. Algorithms and Scientific Applications” 2nd Ed. Introduction to counter Propagation Networks. Basic learning rules-Hebb’s rule.History of development of NN. imaging geometry. Enhancement by point processing. inverse filtering. Image Enhancement: Spatial domain methods. E Woods Richard and Eddins L Steven “Digital Image Processing “. IEEE Press ISBN 0-7803-1151-5 Yegna Narayanan. control and information”. Image Transformation: Fourier transform. cross over.evolutionary algorithms (GAs. Fuzzy Vs Crisp set. “Digital Image Processing Concepts. Digital Image Fundamentals: Elements of visual perception. Least mean square filter. 5. “Fuzzy Logic: Intelligence. “Fundamental of Image Processing “. Spatial filtering. Applications. Fuzzy logic. “High Speed Networks and Internets-Performance and Quality of Service”. Real time recurrent and learning algorithm. Pearson Education. Mutation. India (2005). EP. region oriented segmentation. Lossy compression. MIT Press Cambridge MA(1993). Detection of discontinuities.

Polynomials. Digital filter design. Object Recognition Books Recommended 1. Branched Control structures. Limitation of RH-criterion. Routh Hurwitz stability criterion. Mathematical models of Linear (LTIV & LTV – cases). Variables and Expressions . Pearson Education Vinay K. “ Matlab Programming for Engineers”. types of files. resistive transducers. Potentiometers. Nyquist Plots. state variable models for LTIV – analog and digital control systems. MATLAB applications in DIP: Fundamentals. Doug Hall.
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Introductory Concepts: Functional elements of an instrumentation system. GM and PM. 2. Simulating a model. “Modern Control System” . Pearson Education. Techogenerators and Gyroscopes – functioning and their applications. Fuzzy controller example. Root Locus. Block diagram and SF-graph models. “Modern Control Engineering”. 4th Edition. Ashok Kumar goel. LVDT. steady state errors and coefficients. John J Proakis”Digital Signal Processing using MATLAB”. New Delhi (2004). Frequency Domain Analysis: Frequency domain specifications. FDA tool Window. David C . Operation on Discrete time signals. Chapman Stephen J. Writing Programs and Functions in MATLAB ODE . 2. “Process control instrumentation technology” 4th Ed. Concept of stability and relative stability. simulation of non linear systems. 4. Bode’ plots & Nyquist plots. Dorf Richard C and Bishop Robert H. Input-output statements. John wiley and Sons. Ingle. technique. building system using GUI. 2009 Delores M. using GUI. Addison –Wesley . PHI. “Matlab and its applications in engineering”. FFT. state space modeling and simulation. Transfer function to State Space representation and vice versa. Diagonalization of system matrix & solution of state equations. ”MatLab: An Introduction with applications”. Intensity Transformations and Spatial filtering. Kuo C Benjamin. Simulink Modeling. MATLAB applications in DSP: Signals and systems classification.F. PHI. time domain response of a second order system. Multirate Signal Processing functions. New Delhi (2003).DFT. S. 5. Linguistic variables and Membership functions. inductive transducers & capacitive transducers. Nonlinear and digital control system. Steady state errors. Matlab Graphics. Brooks/ Cole Thomson Learning.Pearson New delhi(1998). time domain specifications. controllers. 3. State Variable Analysis: introduction. introduction to state variable modeling. DTFT. Murthy D V S. Use of Laplace transform. Vetors and Matrices. MATLAB applications in NN and Fuzzy Logic: Transfer functions. Kuncicky. Matlab environment. Transducers: Classifications of transducers. Solvers. Books Recommended 1. of linear systems. Synchros. Data import/ Export.V. Bode Plots. . Multi dimensional Matrices and arrays. models of some physical systems. control structures: 2D Plots. Frequency Domain analysis. ANN architecture. Convolution. “Automatic control system” 7th Ed. relation of state model with T. “Introduction to Matlab 6”. stability of CS. FIR and IIR filter design using FDA Tool. New Delhi(1993). Compression and Segmentation. Johnson C..V. Rule Matrix.
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Direct search method gramming. Digital Transducers. Patranabis D. Calculus of Variations: Various types of problems. solution for simple multistage problems. resolution. ”Measurement Systems: Application and Design”. Advantages & disadvantages and applications. Penalty function. The problem of Lagrange – Scalar case. “Electronic Instrumentation “ Tata McGraw Hill. Principles of operation. “Optimization theory with applications”. interior point optimization. (1970) Deb Kalyanmoy. Chi Chester. New Delhi (2003). sensitivity analysis. equality constraints. construction. multistage decision processes. 2... optimization of Fuzzy systems. Hall effect transducer. “Modern Optimization Techniques in Power Systems”. concept of Hill climbing. 2. Principles of operation. Multivariable Optimization: Direct search methods – evolutionary simplex. PHI. Capacitive Transducers: Types of capacitive transducer. 3.. Direct Optimum Search: Unimodal functions. New Age International (P) Ltd. Classification of optimization problems. 4. sequential search. Other Transducers: Optical transducers: photo-emissive. Constrained Optimization: Kuhn Tucker condition.IC-03
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Introduction: Measurement systems. Doebelin Ernest O. Transduction principles. “Sensors and Transducers”. New Delhi (2001) Pierre D A. Tata McGraw Hill Ltd. indirect methods. Some more Topics in Optimization: Multiobjective optimization. Resistance Thermometer. Photo-voltaic transducer Books Recommended 1. “Transducers & Instrumentation”. Encoder. Resistive Transducers: Principles of operation. solutions using Lagrange – Multipliers. PHI. advantages and disadvantages. Murty D V S. Discrete dynamic programming. UK (1982) Song Yong Hna. applications of Potentiometers. Dhanpat Rai and Sons. Classification of transducers. Newton – Raphson and D F P. Concept of optimization. necessary and sufficient conditions. Wiley. “Multiobjective Optimization using Evolutionary Algorithm”. strain gauges. 4th Ed. Inductive Transducers: Types of Inductive transducer.. Indirect Methods: Maxima and Minima for functions of several variables. direct approach. simultaneous search using even and off number of experiments. advantages and disadvantages and applications. 4. “Engineering Optimization (Theory & Practice)”. theory. LVDT (Linear variable differential transformer). 5. Elastic Transducers: Spring bellows. Fibonacci and Golden section search. theory. methods of steepest ascent. searches using quadratic and cubic interpolation. 3rd Ed. formulation of optimization problem. New Delhi (2000) Sawhney A K. bourdon tube – their special features and application. (2001). Optimization with constraints. Kalsi H S. Thermistors. transformation method. New Delhi (2004). diaphragm. implicit and explicit functions. Books Recommended 1. Optimization Techniques [3 0 0 3]
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Introduction: Definition. construction. “Optimization for engineering design algorithms and examples”. New Delhi. Rao S S. Criteria for transducer selection. construction. Objective function. photo-conductive and Photo-voltaic cells. Kluwer Academic Publisher (1987)
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formula nodes. 4. wind energy storage. Conversion efficiency and power output. GBIP. array and clusters. Jain H C. sub VI. use of DAQ library functions for different analog and digital input/output operations. MGH (2002). Definition and architecture of virtual instrumentation system. RS 232. D/O. “Non Conventional Source of Energy “ . 3rd ed. Oxford University (1996). Direct Energy Conversion Processes: Magneto Hydro Dynamic Power Generation: Principles of MHD power generation. James K “PC Interfacing and Data Acquisition “ (2002). attributes nodes. Thermal electric conversion systems. Building a web based virtual instrument: Networking basics for office and industry application. RS485. Non Conventional Energy Sources [3 0 0 3]
Introduction to Energy Sources: World energy futures. Thermionic Generation: Thermionic emission and work function. 5. Academic Press . case and sequence structure. salient features and application area of virtual instrumentation. Classification of different instruments / instrumentation system. PC hardware structure. classification of fuel cells. Peltier. O2 cells. local and global . timing. Classification of WEC Systems. Basic thermionic generator. Prentice Hall (1997). Application of solar energy: Solar thermal electric conversion. Solar Energy: Introduction to solar radiation and its measurement. interrupts. software and hardware installation. (2004). Site Selection considerations. Mathematical tools. 2. “LabVIEW Graphical programming” . Conventional energy sources. Introduction to Solar energy Collectors and Storage . Fuel Cells: H2. DAC. Thomson effects. types. Data Acquisition Basics: ADC. 5. Advent Books Division . Sorensen Bent “Renewable Energy” . Analysis materials. types of bio-gas plants Biomass as a Source of Energy: Methods for obtaining energy from Bio-mass. the nature of the wind. “Non Conventional Sources of Energy“. Advantages. Solar electric power generation. 3. popular data flow and VI software packages. Instrument Society of America (1994) Johnsons Gary W. Non-conventional energy sources. Basic photo-voltaic system for power generation. Data Flow Programming Techniques: Graphical programming in data flow. Polarization. windowing and filtering. 4. Bio-gas generation. string and file I/O. “Renewable energy sources and conversion technology”. Power in the wind. Books Recommended 1. “LabVIEW for everyone”. ”Labview graphical programming “. Schemes for electric generation using synchronous generator and induction generator. Use of library functions to communicate with different instruments. IC-09 Lisa K Wells and Jeffrey Travis. charts and graphs. Books Recommended 1.. Closed cycle systems. 1997. basic Components of a Wind energy conversion system. Thermo-Electric power generator. Wind Energy Conversion: Wind data and energy estimation. Gupta S and Gupta J P. comparison with conventional programming. Voltage and power output. Common Instrument Interfaces: Current loop. Prospects of Renewable energy sources. Semiconductor junctions.3rd Ed. Min. Biological conversion of Solar energy. Thermo Nuclear function reactors. photosynthesis. time period of a signal. 2nd Ed. Khanna Publishers. DMA. power spectrum and logging Fourier transform. Solar photo-voltatics. Solar Cell principle. Materials for MHD generators. Godfery Boyle “Renewable Energy :Power for a Sustainable Future“.
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. Energy from Biomass: Introduction: Biomass conversion technologies. Use of Measurement Analysis Tools: Measurement of Max.(1987). Configuring data acquisition hardware using the drives in application software. Johnson G and Jenningi R. Heliss M. Electrodes. New Delhi (1992) Bansal N K. Kleemann M. counters and timer. Thermo-Electric Generation: Basic principles of thermo-electric power generation. McGraw Hill. Wind Energy: Introduction to wind energy conversion. 2. Correlation methods. Thermo Nuclear Fusion Energy: The basic Nuclear Fusion and Reactions Plasma confinement. 3. Seeback. for and while loops.IC-07
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Introduction to Virtual Instrumentation: Historical perspective. Peak-Peak voltage. Open cycle systems. “PC Interfacing for data acquisition of process control”. New Delhi (1990). Tata McGraw Hill. Building a VI front panel and block diagram. Rai G D.

Basic Controls of Synchronous Generators: Excitation systems and its representation. Features of periodic functions. Loading of Alternators: Alternator connected to an infinite bus. TMH New Delhi 10th Ed. Convolution and correlation. steam plants. phasor diagram and load diagram of salient and cylindrical pole machines. Tranter W H and Fannin. Inverse Z-transform. Optimal Power Flow: Cost criteria. Alan V Oppenheim. Parr J M and Riskin E A. improvement. Discrete-Time LTI systems. 5.f. Application of Ztransform to the analysis and characterization of discrete time system. short term coordination of hydro-thermal plants neglecting transmission loss. The continuous Time Fourier Series. need for p. New Delhi (2003). choice of origin. “Digital Signal Processing “. energy load curve. series and shunt capacitors. the Region of convergence for Laplace Transforms. station batteries – size and maintenance. Laplace Transform: The Laplace Transform. elementary treatment of transmission loss and its effects on optimum scheduling. basic principles of power scheduling. 2. Region of convergence for Z-transform. Salivahanan S and Vallavaraj A. Basic Discrete –Time Signals. Geometric evaluation of the Fourier transform from the pole-zero plot. “ Signals. signals. Load distribution curve. Reactive Control of Generators: Methods of supplying reactive power from machines. Phillips C L. Analysis and characterization of LTI-system. “Digital Signal Processing (A computer Based Approach)”. the inverse Laplace Transform. Load Frequency Control: Basic requirements to control system frequency. Dynamic stability with AVR-gain effect. Two area control. Hydro – Thermal Coordination: Advantages of combined working of steam and hydro plants. Speed governing system. Transformations of independent variable.f. Demand factor. Mitra S K. Fourier series and periodic functions. unilateral Laplace transform. connected loads. Pearson Education India. Books Recommended 1. decoupling of p-f and Q-V loops. 4. improvement. analysis and characterization of LTI systems using Z-transforms. Block Diagram representations of LTI system. properties of LTI systems. operating costs.
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Introduction: Energy requirement. New Delhi (2003). system. variation in demand and chronological load curve. synchronous condensers. Geometric Evaluation of the Fourier transform from the pole-zero plot. “Signals and Systems” Pearson Education India. Selection of Plant: Plant location and size. continuous time LTI system. utilization factor. Signal Flow Graph. Linear Time – Invariant System: The Representation of signals in Terms of Impulses. base load and peak load plants. Station Auxiliaries: General idea about station auxiliaries and equipments in hydro. Basic continuous time signals.IC-11
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Signals & Systems: Introduction. The response of continuous time LTI system. economic comparison of alternatives. 3. (2004). use of capacitors for p. Pearson Education India. capacity factor. annual fixed costs. generator scheduling. types of electricity generation. effect of reactive power on voltage. Diversity factor. Fourier series and Fourier analysis for Continuous Time Signals and Systems: Introduction. different types of tariff. Economic Operation of Steam Plants: Methods of loading turbo alternators.. “Signals and Systems”. New Delhi (2000). Load factor. Ziemier R E. Load frequency characteristics. SCADA and computer control of power systems
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. Transformations between continuous Time and Discrete Time System. Power Plant Economics: Capital cost of plants. maximum demand. System Described by differential and Difference equations. Tariff and Power Factor Improvements: Principles and objectives of tariff making. Z-Transform: Z-transform. Depreciation. shunt reactors. systems with periodic inputs. effect of load factor on cost of energy. Unilateral Z-Transforms. TMH New Delhi(1998). Representation of a periodic signals: The continuous – Time Fourier Transform Periodic signals and continuous Time Fourier Transform. Systems and Transforms”. Alan S Willsky with Ian T Young. 4th Ed.

graphical and numerical methods for area measurement. WIPO. Force. Analysis of Experimental Data: Introduction. McGraw Hill Book Co. amplifiers. The Measurement of Temperature: Temperature measurement by mechanical effects. Books Recommended 1. probability distributions. New Delhi (2000 ). patents. choice of graph formats. transducers. Wiles Eastern Ltd. statistical analysis of experimental data. temperature measurement by radiation. Filing of IPR’s in India. system response. 7th ed. New Age International (P) Ltd. output recorders. optical methods. “Advanced Power System Analysis and Dynamics”. the general data acquisition system. basic concepts in dynamic measurements. industrial design. 4. New Delhi (1980). International application and International search. Basic Electrical Measurements and Sensing Devices: Forces of electromagnetic origin.. general considerations in data analysis. new plant varieties. temperature measurements in high-speed flow. Pressure and Flow Measurement: Dynamic response considerations. distortion. signal conditioning. evaluation of uncertainties for complicated data reduction. thermocouple compensation. signal conditioning revisited. New Delhi (2004). 5.. 2. 2006 Experimental Methods for Engineers [3 0 0 3]
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Basic Concepts: Introduction. hotwire and hot-film anemometers. Smoke methods. Stevenson W D. 3. 2006 WIPO publication No 223 (E) Agreements between world intellectual property organization and the world trade organization (1995). temperature compensation. pressure probes. Torque..
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Fundamental aspects of intellectual property: introduction to copyright. temperature measurement by electrical effects. practical considerations for obstruction meters. international preliminary examination Books Recommended 1. area measurements. magnetic flowmeters.. 3rd Ed. stress and strain. Anderson P M and Fouad A A. differential amplifiers. standards. oscilloscope selection. “Modern Power System Analysis”. gage blocks. comparison of analog and digital instruments. TMH. and Strain Measurements: Elastic elements for force measurements. digital voltmeter. waveform measures. the generalized measurement system. uncertainty analysis. basic digital meters. definition of terms: calibration. Wadhawa C L.Books Recommended 1. “Electrical Power Systems”. unfair competition and emerging issues in intellectual property. impedance matching. Doeblin E O. transient response of thermal systems. straingage rosettes. pneumatic displacement gage. TRIPS agreement and GATT PCT: Introduction to PCT. counters – time and frequency measurements. 2. TMH New Delhi (1962). Iowa University Press. Singh L P. error analysis on a commonsense basis. Tata McGraw-Hill. torque measurements. experiment planning. (1982). the oscilloscope. 2. transformers. Displacement and Area Measurements: Dimensional measurements. strain measurements. “Power System Control and Stability”. WIPO publication No 274(E) Patent cooperation treaty (PCT) WIPO. surface areas. flow measurement by drag effects. the planimeter. the unbonded resistance strain gage. Ames. related rights and trademarks. effect of heat transfer on temperature measurement. electrical resistance strain gages. power supplies. Holman J P. causes and types of experimental errors. “Measurement System: Application & Design”. Iowa (1997). the sonic nozzle. data transmission. IC-04 Nagrath I J and Kothari D P. analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion.4th Ed. data storage and display. “Experimental Methods for Engineers”. 2004. basic analog meters. “Elements of Power System Analysis”. International agreements on IPR’s: agreement between WIPO and WTO. basic input circuits. impact pressure in supersonic flow. geographical indications. the electronic voltmeter.

functional elements of an instrument. Cardiac output and Cardiac rate. Singapore: John Wiley & Sons (Asia) Pte. New Delhi (1997). Biomedical Instrumentation [3 0 0 3]
Introduction: Cells and their structure. New Delhi (1975) Patranabis D. diaphragms. Pressure and vacuum measurement: Manometers. Universities Press (India) Limited (2001). Mercury in glass thermometers.. IC-12 Rao C R and Guha S K. electrical safety. “Instrumentation devices and systems”. pH in concentration measurement. 3. thermal conductivity gauges. Nuclear Medicine. Flow measurement: Various types e. “Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques”. 1. electrode-skin interface and motion artifact. “Introduction to Biomedical Equipment Technology”. Tata McGraw Hill Book Co.g. Measurement of Bioelectrical Activities: The electro-conduction system of the heart. Defibrillators. New Delhi (2003). and Brown John M. RTD’s and bimetallic type. some electrical methods of flow measurement. 2. Tata McGraw Hill. New Delhi (1982) Nakra B C and Chaudhary A K. Blood flow. Head type. 5. New Delhi. Metrology: Line and length standards. Mani and Rangan. Non-electrical Measurements: Measurement of Blood Pressure.
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Basic concepts of measurement: Introduction to transducers. IC-10 Doebelin E O.. Measurement of pH value of blood. “Measurement Systems – Application and Design”. Biopotential Electrodes: Signal acquisition. 4. Heart Sounds. Ltd.. Different types of electrodes Hydrogen Calomel. McGraw Hill.(1993).. Cardiac Pacemakers. 14th Reprint (1993) Cooper W D. Sawhney A K. 2nd ed. Electrocardiography. Patranabis D “Principles of Industrial Instrumentation “ TMGH ..). Tata McGraw Hill. Temperature Measurement: Temperature scales. New Delhi (1996). interferometry. TMH. “Instrumentation Devices & Systems”. Different types of transducers and their selection for biomedical applications. 4. Weibell F J and Pfeiffer E A. 2. “Problems of Industrial Instrumentation” . the ECG waveform. Webster John G (Ed. Electroencephalograph and their interpretation. 4th Ed. “Instrumentation. 5.. Physiological Control Systems [3 0 0 3]
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. Introduction to the physiology of cardiac. Respiratory System Measurements. 4. Ultrasound. velocity and acceleration. Application and Design”. electrode theory. selection criteria of electrodes surface electrodes. 5. (2003). 3. bellows. New Delhi: Pearson Education India (2003). 3rd ed. “Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurements”. Ag-AgCl.3. Dhanpat Rai & Sons Book Co. “Medical Instrumentation. pH. Pirani gauges. Mani Sharma. Angiography.
Rangan. ESR measurements. Disposable electrodes. TMH. Measurement and its aim. New Delhi (1985). New Delhi (2000). thermocouple. “Principles of Medical Electronics and Biomedical Instrumentation”. “A course in Mechanical Measurement & Instrumentation”. Khandpur R S. Comparators. New Delhi: Pearson Education India (2001). Measurement and Analysis”. Bourdon tubes. Carr Joseph J. moisture and level Books Recommended 1. nervous and muscular and respiratory systems. Cromwell L. electrodes for biophysical sensing. Composition Analysis: Spectroscopic analysis. Measurement of displacement. Therapeutic Aids: Stimulators. performance characteristics. Miscellaneous Measurements: Measurement of humidity. “Handbook on Biomedical Instrumentation”. Radiation pyrometers. the origin of biopotentials. Area. action events of nerve. 13th reprint. the standard lead system. filled in systems. Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Electromyography. Diathermy Advances in Radiological Imaging: Introduction to Computed Tomography. electrodeelectrolyte interface. analysis of moisture in gases. 16th Reprint.. PHI Pvt Ltd.

“Modern Control Engineering”. “Advanced Control System Design”. Effect of external disturbances and parameter variation. PH-NY. Khoo. graphical representation of frequency response. PHI Publishers. various approaches of linear system stability analysis. Michael C K. differences between engineering and physiological control systems. frequency response of a model of circulatory system.. Books Recommended 1. Time Domain Analysis of Linearized Physiological Systems: Open loop and closed loop – transient responses. IEE Press Series in Biomedical Engineering. 2002 Nagrath I J and Gopal M. 1997 Ogata K. and regulation of cardiac output. Frequency Domain Analysis: Steady state response to sinusoidal inputs. concept of action potential. New Delhi. Linear model of physiological systems. 1996
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. Mathematical Modeling: Generalized system properties. Metin Akay. Nyquist criterion for stability. 1998 Friendland B. New Delhi. PHI. 2001 Graff K M VanDe and Rhees R Ward.. Transient response . frequency response of general human body. New Delhi. Simulation and Estimation”. EMB. Laplace transform and concept of T. “Physiological Control Systems – Analysis. 5. Stability Analysis: Stability and transient response. RH – stability criterion. Descriptions of impulse and step responses for a generalized second order systems. 2nd Ed. New Delhi. steady-state operating point. various transport mechanisms of ions and molecules. and respiratory systems and their interactions. TMH Publishing Co. computer analysis and simulation. 4th Ed. Wiley Eastern Ltd. “Scham’s Outlines”. nervous. “Control System Engineering”. Static Analysis of Physiological Systems: Open loop Vs closed loop systems..Brief introduction to human Anatomy and physiology: Basic human anatomy and physiology of the cardiovascular. Root locus plots. 4. impulse response and convolution concept. 2.F.. Ltd. muscular. Transport mechanisms: Emphasis on the physical and engineering principles governing the systems. 3.