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Semester: IV Branch: Instrumentation Subject: Analytical Instrumentation (Abbreviated as AI) Periods per Week Lecture 04 (60 min. each) Practical 02 Tutorial -Hours Marks Evaluation System Theory 3 100 Practical/Oral ----Oral --25 Term Work -25 Total 3 150

1 Module Contents Hours 02 Overview & Introduction Introduction to the analytical processes & Electromagnetic Spectrum. 05 Basics of Spectroscopy Laws of photometry- Light and its interaction with matter Introduction to Spectroscopic Methods Components of Optical Systems (viz. Radiation sources & detectors, filters & monochromators, signal processors & readouts.) 05 Atomic Spectroscopy Atomic absorption spectroscopy Atomic Emission Spectroscopy 14 Molecular Spectroscopy Electronic Transitions Introduction to UV-Visible molecular spectroscopy Applications of UV-Visible spectroscopy Fluorescence, phosphorescence and chemiluminescence’s Raman scattering & Raman spectrophotometer Nuclear Transitions Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Vibrational Excitation IR absorption spectroscopy Applications of Infrared Spectrometry

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Additional Instrumental Methods for Organic Structural 03 Analysis Mass Spectrometry 06 Separation Science Fundamentals of chromatographic separations Gas chromatography- Gas chromatograph & its components High performance liquid chromatography

2. X-ray spectrometry. X-ray spectrum. Atomic absorption spectrometer 9. Q. and NOx analyzers. Practical examination will be based on one experiment performed from the list of experiments given in the syllabus and the oral will be based on entire subject. X-ray spectrometry. Laboratory work (Experiments and Journal) :10 marks Test (at least one) :10 marks Attendance (Practical and Theory) :05 marks The final certification and acceptance of term-work ensures the satisfactory performance of laboratory work and minimum passing in the term-work. Refractometer 5. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to the number of respective lecture hours as mentioned in the syllabus. Practical/Oral Examination: List of Laboratory Experiments: 1. Carbon dioxide. semiconductor detectors. pulse height analyzer. Nephalometer. 3. Question paper will consist of total 7 questions. Balance Cell Calorimeter 10. proportional counter. Nephalo-turbidity meter 3. Gas Chromatograph 8. scintillation counter. Term work: Term work consists of minimum eight experiments and a written test. The distribution of the term work marks shall be as follows. Remaining questions will be of mixed nature. Online Gas Analyzers. Densitometer 4. X-ray absorption meter. 7. Theory Examination: 1. 05 Radio Chemical Instrumentation Radio Chemical methods. Photoelectric Colorimeter 2. of 20 marks each. X-ray diffractometers. Single beam Spectrometer for UV/VIS range. Densitometer.ionization chamber. 6. 4.1 will be compulsory covering entire syllabus. Only 5 questions need to be attempted. radiation detectors. Spectroflourimeter . 5. Double beam Spectrometer for UV/VIS range. Giger-Muller counter.7 8 05 Industrial Gas Analyzers Oxygen.

Skoog. Khandpur R.Books Recommended: 1. Books-cole publications.. Merritt. . Willard. Ewing Galen W. 5th ed. Braun Robert D. New Delhi. McGraw-Hill Book Company. Settle. 6. Dean. Tata McGraw–Hill Publications. Instrumental Methods of Analysis. Sherman R. 7th ed.. CBS Publishers & Distributors.. ISA Publication. 3rd ed... Analytical Instrumentation. S.. McGraw-Hill Book Company. 5.E. 5th ed. Instrumental Methods of Chemical Analysis.. 2. Nieman. 3.. Thomson Principles of Instrumental Analysis. 4. Introduction to Instrumental Analysis. Holler. Handbook of Analytical Instruments.

each) Practical Tutorial Evaluation System Theory Practical and Oral Oral Term Work Total Semester: IV --02 ------------- Hours --25 --50 75 Marks 1 Module Contents Study of Visual Basic/VB6. historical display. . 4) Using parallel port DLL for On-Off system. 6) Developing a real-time database using serial port and parallel port programs. 2. Laboratory work (Experiments and Journal) :10 marks Test (at least one) :10 marks Attendance (Practical and Theory) :05 marks The final certification and acceptance of term-work ensures the satisfactory performance of laboratory work and minimum passing in the term-work. 8) Developing an ActiveX component for a) Tank System. b) Control Valve c) Pipe d) Any other system/component Hours Practical will be based on one experiment performed from the list of experiments given in the syllabus and the oral will be based on entire subject. Soma Dasgupta. 7) Developing different types of graphs for trend display.OCX for Serial communication. Branch: Instrumentation Subject: Application Software Practices-I Periods per Week Lecture (60 min.E. BPB Publications. The distribution of the term work shall be as follows. “Visual Basic”. 2) Developing a Login form with password. 1) Configuring and using Hyper Terminal. Christopher.University of Mumbai Class: S. 3) Developing a Dynamic Linked Library (DLL) for parallel port access using VC++ 6. Practical/Oral Examination: Books Recommended: 1. Term work: Term work consists of minimum eight experiments and a written test.0. “Visual Basic Projects”.0 as a tool for developing real time HMI (Human Machine Interface) for instrumentation applications. 5) Using MSCOMM.

L.-.C. 10 2 Induction Motor 08 Rotating magnetic field. Machines Constructional details. (. starter. applications. speed-armature current and torque-speed characteristics of different types of motors. 111 l)f I'dtin~..l! r dl c<l n 01 I ~~1duCliol1 motor &_ then SIt'. torquc-s lij» characteristic. . _peTc' ('olllJ"()L l Iting methods.tlll'l'. University of Mumbai Branch: Instrumentation ( Module Contents Hours D. of: ammeters.. rotor frequency. low and high resistance. relationship between slip and rotor co(lpn loss. torque and speed equations. construction and principle of operation. 10 . --. Periods per Week Lecture 05 (60 min. types of single phase induction motor (resistance split phase. each) Practical 02 Tutorial --Hours Marks . Fractional Horse p()WU Moturs Construction and principle of operation of singk phase induction 1110tor. --_. Machine & their significance. senes & compound). slip. motoring action.. significance of back emf. speed control. types (shunt. I 0(1 4 Analog Meters Construction & working principle ohmmeters._----25 _. C of medium. D' Arsonaval galvanometers-PMMC Shunts & multipliers-Measurement analog multi meters. capacitance split phase) and their applications. voltmeters. energy meter. torque-armature current. General specifications of D. power factor meter. Evaluation System Theory 03 100 Practical & Oral -------_ . generator action.Oral Term Work --25 -------Total 03 150 ( Class: S. Q meters. 08 5 Measurement Measurement of R.-.Semester: IV Engineering Subject: Electrical Technology & Instruments (abbreviated as ETI) . Shaded pole induction motor..C. megger.E.. of phase & frequency. emf equation.Cllll.llilll'.---. & PMMI instruments.

autotransformer. I .riv. LCD.ll I " Att "dime: ( I' ri.u ions and numericals related to all bridges. Oll~ (I" II HI H 1l1/i' perirncnt: .l will be compulsory and based on the entire syllabus. 3. 2.27. seven segment display driver.V II! il'llIl \\llIk 1'11'.hl l Term work consists or minimum III(' icrrn work xhul l he a:~rtll(j)w~.1111". - 6 7 8 A. measurement of Measurement of capacitance. Types of CRO: Single beam. Speed control of 3 phase slip ring induction motor by adding the external resistance in the rotor circuit. floppydisk. Bridges. bar codes. . 3. I Ill' linal crtil: HIlllll . Remaining questions will be mixed in nature. 2.L\I'I\lI~ or labur. C. paper tape. I j ! Theory Examination: 1.ul' I I nc ) I m.111" IH'I 1I1IIIiIIII I I' List of Laboratory I. IiIlL' printer. . 4. i I 05 ! . digital rage (DSO) and sampling. devices In put/Output a) Di~ital ua devices: punched card.:·. II 11 he I I n rn. automation 10 va I(meters _<ranging. polarity indication). Oral Examination: Thc oral examination Term work: will be based on the entire subject.' I. 4.C. ithodc Ray Oscilloscope ~T.O. Question paper will consist of total 7 questions carrying 20 marks each. potentiometers: mutual inductances. Starting of induction motor by D.11 1\f1 n \ I ill('/1 1('<"1 .uory work and minimum 11.IIII.. ink-jet printer. Only 5 questions need to be attempted. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to the number of respective lecture hours as mentioned in the syllabus. DVM and DMM. 5. and r (lilt! 1>.< '. ectronic Measuring Instruments .llId . numeric displays and recorders.\i'q· ill 11ll' 11'1 III \\. 5. I 1111 ulu II" ". Load test on DC series motor. 1IIl' '•• III.L. Study of di fferent types of fractional horse power motors. digital tape recording. Load test on DC shunt motor. h) Display devices: LED. Experiments: Speed control of DC shunt motor by armature voltage and nux control method. Q. rplication in instrumentation and measurement.111 ll1a... i". star/delta and rotor resistance starter.cr rouic voltmeters. 6. zeroing. 05 08 ! . double beam. Brief comparison betweenCROs. C.lcn·p(.

S . 9. Digital Measurement Techniques. Prentice Hall of India Limited. Cooper \V. 1.uidpur I~. Tata Mcflraw Hill.Iii cd . IS. HP etc.C. 9. CI\S Puhl ixlu-r 1:1\ :llld . machine starter. 7. k:dsl II. MGH.. Kothari D. /-.. identification & testing of various components like resistors. Digital Instrumentation. Study of D.2Y 7.. II. 10.. I') tc. Electrical & Electronics Measurement & Instrumentation. Measurement of small value resistance using bridge.. .I:I\\. Tile /)(''. 21.1:11 /II . Nagrath I. P.U:. R.1:11\' l h l] . New Delhi. Measurement of Capacitance using A. New Delhi 1997. Introduction. S.. 14. Sharma G.I. various ICs.. . 1. Rangan e. Study of Megger.. Guru Bhag S.. Ncvv .' III \\. 16. Technical Manuals for Virtual CRG. l l ill . K.' hOIlh/('. New Delhi 20()'J. 5.IIII'llitI/III.\) . Oxford University Press. .. 12. inductor.• Delhi I ()(J7.I. capacitors. New II.. I I.dl'l'/I/(... Ci. Dhanpat Rai & CO.C. Modern Electronic Measurements & instrumentation. New Delhi 1997. \ Reference Books: I.'II/ Techniques. II. \ I( 1I ()jll·II'-. 8.'. S. 10. Bridges. Measurement of Inductance by using bridge.1' 1111/1'111111'1I1tll il/IIIII/I'IIIIII('(' 1:11:1 Mr( . J. S. 8. Study of Display Devices. Applications of CRG (Measurements of phase & frequency & component testing). I 1111. I Iclfrick /\. 1'/'('1'('111. Mani V. transistor.'«1/'/1/(/1/('(' 1I1It! 1)1'1/./('('/1(1//11'. Measurement of medium value resistance using bridge. 17.1).. Study of spectrum/wave analyzer. 18.·1 Kh. Electrical Machines. . Electric Machinery & Transformers. Hiziroglu Huseyin R .I: ('/1/'1('111 Af". Study of Recorders. 2nd ed..e. Oliver & Cage. 20.1 I·d l lixuiluuur. 2 ed. Study of DVM.I. nd 2. 19. .1'(' G. Rathore-Narosa T.. Potentiometer. 11/1' \ fill/II \ I klili. Text Books: 1. Tata McGraw Hill.Pvt Ltd. 12. Study of Multi-meter& CRO: front panel controls & specifications. S. 13. Measurement of phase & frequency using frequency meters & Synchroscope. ') Say M. 11111"1. II)}I . MGH. Scientific. Instrumentation Devices & Systems. IIt·III1 I'll) I al:1 t\1t< .I/i(lo/III}:. Sawhney A. Bouwens A. l-Icctroni« IW/I'IIIIIL'II/a/ioll and !V!(. Study of D. Technical Manuals ofDSG: APLAB. diode..Ii:I\\ \.

examples. Analogous systems. effect of feedback. Development of automatic control systems.potentiometer.AC servo system . pulse and impulse function.University of Mumbai Class: S. pneumatic systems. Transfer Function and Feedback Characteristics Definition of transfer function. sinusoidal function. AC/DC Tachometer. construction. signal flow graphs-definition. Mathematical Models of Physical Systems Definition of physical systems. step function. linear elements of electrical and mechanical systems. principle of superposition and homogeneity. AC servomotor. Semester: IV Branch: Instrumentation Subject: Feedback Control System (Abbreviated as FCS) Periods per Week Lecture 04 (60 min. dynamic response. time variant/time invariant systems. Time Response Analysis Standard test signals. open loop and closed loop system. fluid systems. servo amplifiers. Types of dynamic model. sinusoidal transfer function. classification of control system. differential equations of physical systems-mechanical systems.each) Practical 02 Tutorial --Hours Marks Evaluation System Theory 03 100 Practical & Oral 02 50 Oral ----Term Work --25 175 Total 05 1 Module Introduction Definition of control system and related terms. linear/non-linear. and Mason's gain formula . parabolic function. reduction rules. synchros. DC servomotor. servo components. effect of disturbances signals. block diagram algebra. ramp function. examples. block diagram of servo systems.sensitivity of closed loop and open loop system.E. time response of first order Contents 5 Hours 2 10 3 15 4 5 5 10 . DC servo system. transfer functions of physical systems. thermal systems. electrical systems. regenerative feedback with examples Servomechanism Definition of servomechanism. properties.

root locus technique. 10 Stability Analysis and Root Locus Concept of stability. polar plots. definitions. polar. frequency response specifications.desired close loop pole location and the dominant condition. 5. 10 Frequency Response and Stability Analysis Correlation between time and frequency response. Remaining questions will be of mixed nature. concept.1 will be compulsory covering entire syllabus. Only 5 questions need to be attempted. of 20 marks each. Routh stability criterion. construction of root loci. log magnitude versus phase plots. applications. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to the number of respective lecture hours as mentioned in the syllabus. steady . Q. sensitivity analysis in frequency domain 1.state error. root loci of different systems. The distribution of the term work shall be as follows. system types and error constants. specifications. Bode plots. 2. effect of adding zeros and poles to a system. Practical/Oral Examination: . definitions and significance of gain margin and phase margin. Laboratory work (Experiments and Journal) :10 marks Test (at least one) :10 marks Attendance (Practical and Theory) :05 marks The final certification and acceptance of term-work ensures the satisfactory performance of laboratory work and minimum passing in the term-work. design specifications of second order system. Question paper will consist of total 7 questions.6 7 system. stability analysis using-bode. 4. time response of second order system. bounded input-bounded output stability. relative stability. Nyquist stability criterion. necessary and sufficient conditions for stability. 3. Theory Examination: Practical examination will be based on one experiment performed from the list of experiments given in the syllabus and the oral will be based on entire subject. log-magnitude versus phase plots. relative stability analysis. Term work: Term work consists of minimum eight experiments and a written test.

Nagrath I. 5 to 8 the hardware results must be verified using simulation softwares like MATH CAD/MATLAB/SCILAB/OCTAVE or equivalent. Prentice Hall of India. Nise Norman S. 2. Synchros Transmitter and Receiver. 6. Conrol Systems Engineering. 1997. 3. Inc. New delhi. Automatic Control Systems. John Wiley and Sons. Gopal M. 7.. To study DC position control system. Books Recommended: 1. 4. New Delhi . To study time response of Type 0. Prentice Hall International. Control System Engineering. 6th ed. Control Systems Principles and Design. New Age International (P) Ltd. 5. Basic COntrol Systems Engineering. To study the effect of time constant on performance of 1st order system. 5. Synchro as an error detector.. 2000.. To study the caracteristics of: a. To find characteristics of AC servo motor. To study the effect of damping factor on the performance of second order system. Ltd. 2. 1998.. 1.1993. 2 systems. 3rd ed. Inc.List of Laboratory Experiments: 1. 8. Tata McGra-Hill Publishing Co. . To study the frequency response of First and Second order systems. 3.. 4. G.. Kuo Benjamin C.. Chang Yang.. To study the operation of stepper motor. Publishers 2000. Gopal M. Note: For Experiment No. Lewis Paul H. b.

nozzle. cavitation & flashing. positive displacement. Bridgeman type. fluid pressure measurement using manometer (U tube-types. strain gauge. solid flow measurements. 2 3 06 Strain Measurement Introduction. Other flow meters: Turbine. elastic elements. pitot tube. units & relations. continuity equation. Elastic materials: Properties and selection of elastic materials for elastic transducers like diaphragm. types of strain gauge. venturi. diaphragm. Head type: orifice. inclined type. performance of materials. hydrostatic law. micro-manometer). materials for strain gauge.E. 10 Pressure Measurement Pressure scales. gauge factor calculation. . Materials used for flow sensors. types of fluid. motion balance. 1 Module Contents Marks 100 50 25* 25 200 Hours 20 Flow Measurement Introduction to fluid flow: properties of fluid. Calibration using dead weight tester. Variable Area type: Rotameter and its type. electromagnetic. temperature compensation and applications of strain gauges. effect of vapour pressure. Subject: Transducer-II Periods per Week (60 min. bellows. anemometers. Differential pressure measurement: Force balance. semiconductor strain gauges. Piezo-electric and magnetostrictive materials. dimensionless numbers. DP Cell. types of fluid flow. characteristics of head type flow meters. variable reluctance.Class: S.capsule. well type. bourdon tube. ultrasonic. Electrical: Capacitive. flow through pipes. High Pressure measurement: Bulk modulus cell. each) Evaluation System University of Mumbai Branch: Semester: IV Instrumentation Lecture 04 Practical 02 Tutorial Hours Theory 3 Practical/Oral 2 Oral --Term Work --Total 5 *Oral examination will be based on the object-oriented Industrial visit report.bourdon tube. corrosion resistors. LVDT. classification. Bernoulli’s equation. erosion. flow measurement through open channel-weirs & notches. piezo-electric. resistance strain gauge bridges. bellows.major & minor losses. mass flow meters. Pascal’s law.

Remaining questions will be of mixed nature. 04 06 08 06 Theory Examination: 1. units. 5. vibration.1 will be compulsory covering entire syllabus. strain gauge. equations. calibration. instantaneous power measurement. Laboratory work (Experiments and Journal) :10 marks Test (at least one) :10 marks Attendance (Practical and Theory) :05 marks The final certification and acceptance of term-work ensures the satisfactory performance of laboratory work and minimum passing in the term-work. Only 5 questions need to be attempted. Practical/Oral Examination: . maintenance. humidity. hot cathode ionization gauge. velocity. Miscellaneous Transducers Position. McLeod gauge. temperature compensation. Knudsen gauge. measuring circuits. 2. acceleration. Pirani gauge. Power: Dynamometer.4 5 6 7 Vacuum Measurement Units & relations. of 20 marks each. PH measurement-electrodes. Viscosity measurement: types. Conductivity measurement. 4. Electro-chemical Sensors Terminology. thermocouple gauge. ORP Measurement. Term work: Term work consists of minimum eight experiments. speed. piezoelectric. LVDT. The distribution of the term work shall be as follows. alternator power measurement. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to the number of respective lecture hours as mentioned in the syllabus. Practical examination will be based on one experiment performed from the list of experiments given in the syllabus and the oral will be based on entire subject. sound. 3. Torque and Power Measurement Force measurement: strain gauge. Calibration using dead weight tester. Q.probes and measuring circuits. Force. and moisture measurement. Torque: Torsion bar. industrial visit report and a written test. Question paper will consist of total 7 questions.

List of Laboratory Experiments: Books Recommended: 1. Measurement system. Humidity measurement. diaphragm.Process measurement and analysis. Instrumentation Measurement and Analysis. Test & calibration of pressure gauges using dead weight tester. 7. ii) Transducer type iii) Operating principle iv) Accuracy v) Linearity vi) Hysteresis vii) Environmental operating limits The student should submit the detailed report depending on the observations made..G.K. The transducer specification should be studied with respect to following points i) Interpreting manufacturer specification sheets. 4th ed. Tata Mc Graw Hill. Bansal R.C. 2nd ed. Dhanpatrai And Co. 5. Process Instruments & controls Handbook. 5. Curtis Johnson. Study and characterization of PH meter. Measurement of pressure using bellows.. Measurement of flow using rotameter. Study and characterization of conducticity meter. Instrument engineer’s handbook. Mc Graw Hill. Rangan. Electrical and Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation. Doebin E.. Spitzer.. Douglas M. Liptak B. 8. Oral Examination Based on object–oriented Industrial Visit 1.K.K. 5th ed. Nakra B. Laxmi publications. 3. Industrial Flow Measurement. 8. . 9. The student should submit the detailed report containing the list of seen transducers with their specifications & calibration procedures. Considine. 10. 2. 4. Gulf publishing company. Applied Instrumentation in process industry. The concerned teachers of subject Transducer-II will co-ordinate the visit. 6. Oral examination will be based on the visit report. bourdon tube. Measurement of flow using orifice/venturi tube/pitot tube.. Viscosity measurement.Visit to a process industry & calibration institute to study transducer specification & calibration procedures. Strain gauge characteristics and weight measurement.. vol-I. Andrew Williams. 3. Cahudhary K.. Instrumentation Systems and Devices. Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines. 9. Sarma. 2. ISA Publication. David W. Tata Mc Graw Hill.. 7. 6. Process Control Instrumentation Technology. 4..D. Sawney A. Mani.

functions of square matrix . norm. reduction to normal form and partitioning of a matrix. Brief revision of vectors over real fields. characteristic equation. signature and class value of quadratic form. Stoke’s theorem. Greens Theorem for plane regions and properties of line integral. Skew-Hermitian matrix. Congruent and orthogonal reduction of quadratic form. Contents Hours 22 2 . Cayley-Hamilton theorem (without proof). minimal polynomial and derogatory matrix. Line Integral.E. properties of characteristic roots and vectors of different types of matrices such as orthogonal matrix.University of Mumbai Class: S. linear dependence and independence of rows and columns of a matrix over a real field. their consistency and solutions. linear independence and orthogonality of vectors. Conservative. inner product. index. characteristic roots. Curl. gradient and Divergence. Characteristic Polynomial. rank of a matrix. Systems of homogeneous and non-homogeneous equations. Irrotational and Solenoidal fields. 30 Matrices : Types of matrices. adjoint of a matrix inverse of a matrix. rank. Gauss’s Divergence theorem (without proof) related identities and deductions. and characteristic vectors of square matrix. Hermitian matrix. Quadratic forms. Semester: IV Branch: Instrumentation Subject: Engineering Mathematics-IV (Abbreviated as EM-IV) Periods per Week Lecture 05 (60 min. each) Practical --Tutorial --Hours Marks Evaluation System Theory 05 100 Practical and Oral ----Oral ----Term Work ----100 Total 05 1 Module Vector Analysis: Scalar and Vector point functions. Diagonal matrix.

variance. Question paper will consist of total 7 questions. Prentice Hall. N. Books Recommended: . / Wartikar J. Karl Pearson coefficient & Spearman’s rank correlation coefficient (without proof). Baye’s theorem (without proof). 3. Q.3. lines of regression. Mathematical Statistics. Shantinarayan. Matrices. 3. 2. 5. 1. Pune Vidyarthi Griha Prakashan. Chand & co. Poission. moments. 4. In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to the number of respective lecture hours as mentioned in the syllabus. Expected value.1 will be compulsory covering entire syllabus. moment generating function.. Theory Examination: 1. Curve fitting Correlation. normal distributions for detailed study with proof. binomial. Engineering Mathematics. Textbook of Applied Mathematics.. 1981. S. Gupta Kapoor. regression. of 20 marks each. 23 Probability and Statistics : Concept of probability. Only 5 questions need to be attempted. Remaining questions will be of mixed nature. 2. Density function and distribution function. 4. Wartikar P. Random variable Probability distribution for discrete and continuous random variables. Shastri S.S. conditional probability.N.

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