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SEMESTER

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GENERAL BIOLOGY
BIO 101
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Introduction
Orientation to
BIO C111
; characteristics of life; classification of life
–
kingdoms of
life (including plants) and examples; viruses
O
rganic chemistry of living things
Building blocks; carbohydrates; nucleic acids; lipids; proteins;
enzymes and energy
Cell Structure and Function
Cell theory; prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells; cell membrane and
membrane

bound organelles; non

membranous org
anelles; membrane transport mechanisms
Biochemical Pathways
Cellular respiration
–
three stages of generating ATPs; process of
fermentation
Photosynthesis
Basics of Photosynthesis; light reactions; Calvin cycle; autotrophs and heterotrophs
DNA and RNA
–
Th
e Molecular Basis of Heredity
DNA structure and replication; RNA and
protein synthesis
–
transcription, translation and their control; mutations
Cell Division
–
Proliferation and Reproduction
Cell cycle and Mitosis; stages of mitosis; cancer
and cell cycle
; Meiosis
–
stages and generation of genetic diversity; chromosomal abnormalities
Patterns of Inheritance
Mendelian genetics
–
laws of heredity; extensions to Mendel’s laws;
linkage; other influences on phenotype
Techniques and Applications of Biotechnolog
y
DNA Fingerprinting; HGP; GM organisms; stem
cells and cloning; biotechnology ethics
Diversity within species and Natural selection
Biological species concept; genetic diversity;
Darwin’s theory of evolution and natural selection
Ecosystems and Environmen
tal Sciences
Energy flow through ecosystems; human use of
ecosystems
Human Physiology: Material exchange in the body
Human circulatory and excretory systems
Body’s control mechanisms
Human nervous and endocrine systems
Body’s protection mechanism
Human imm
une system
Human Reproduction, Sex and Sexuality; Human development
Human sexuality and
determinants; gametogenesis; male and female reproductive systems
–
hormonal controls;
pregnancy and early human development
Text Book
:
Enger, E.D., Ross, F.C. and Davi
d B. Bailey.Concepts in Biology (13th edition, BITS

Pilani
Custom edition). New Delhi: Tata McGraw

Hill Publishing Company Ltd., 2010.
Reference Book:
RB1: Campbell, N.A.,
et. al.
Essential Biology with Physiology (2nd edition). New Delhi: Pearson
Educat
ion Inc., 2009.
RB2: Starr, Cecie. Biology: Concepts and Applications (6th edition). India: Thomson
Brooks/Cole,
2007.
PROBABILITY & STATISTICS
MATH 106
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Understand and describe sample spaces and events for random experiments with g
raphs, lists, tree
diagrams, etc., Probability Sample space, Events and Counting
Use probabilities of outcomes to calculate probabilities of events Calculate the probabilities of joint
events such as unions and intersections from the probabilities of indi
vidual events. Probability
Axioms of probability Extension of Theorem 3.6 to n events
Calculate conditional probabilities of events: Determine the independence of events and use
independence to calculate probabilities Use Bayes'
theorem to calculate condit
ional
probabilities Conditional Probability:
Independent events Bayes' theorem Mathematical expectation
Determine probabilities from probability mass functions and cumulative distribution functions
Probability Distributions:
Random variables Binomial distr
ibution Hyper geometric distribution,
Means and variances for the
discrete random variables Mean &Variance of a probability
distribution Chebychev's theorem
Select an appropriate discrete probability distribution to calculate probabilities in specific
appl
ications Poisson approximation to Binomial distribution Poisson processes Geometric
distribution Multinomial distribution
Determine probabilities from probability density functions & cumulative distribution functions
Probability Densities
Continuous random
variables Normal distribution The normal approximation
to binomial distribution
Select an appropriate continuous probability distribution to calculate probabilities in specific
applications. Uniform distribution Lognormal distribution Gamma distribution B
eta distribution
Use joint probability mass functions and joint probability density functions to calculate
probabilities Calculate marginal and conditional distributions from joint
probability distribution
Joint distributions & densities; marginal and cond
itional distributions and densities; Properties of
expectations
Understand the role of the central limit theorem and the role of t, X2 and F as sampling
distributions Sampling Distributions Population & random samples Sampling distribution of mean(
~ known
)Sampling distribution of mean( ~ unknown)t

distribution
Sampling distribution of variance:X2 and F distributions
Understand the general concepts of estimating the parameters of a population, properties of point
estimation Construct confidence intervals on
the mean of a probability distribution Point estimation
Interval estimation of proportions
Formulate the decision

making problems as hypothesis tests and test hypothesis on the mean of a
population Tests of hypotheses Null hypotheses and alternative hypot
heses concerning one mean
Understand how the method of least squares is used to estimate the parameters in a linear
regression model Curve fitting Method of Least Squares Inferences based on Least Squares
Estimators Correlation
Text Book
:
Miller & Freun
d's Probability & Statistics for Engineers: Johnson Richard A., Eastern Economy
Edition, PHI, 7th Edition, 2006.
Reference Book:
Introduction to Probability Theory & Applications: Feller, W. John Wiley, 3rd Edition, 2000.
Mathematical Statistics: Freund,
J.E.: Prentice Hall, 6th Edition,2002.
Modern Probability Theory & Applications: Parzen E. John Wiley. J.C., Brothers, 5
th
Edition, 2000.
Introductory Probability and Statistical Applications: Meyer.P.L, Oxford &IBH, 1970.
Applied Statistics and Probabilit
y for Engineers: Douglas C. Montgomery, &George
C. Runger,
John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 3rd Edition, 2004.
ENGINEERING GRAPHICS
ME 103
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Intro to AutoCAD
Basic commands
Orthographic Projections
Theory, techniques, first and third angle p
rojections, Multi view
drawing from pictorial views.
Isometric Drawing
Theory of isometric drawing,
construction of isometric from
orthographic.
Spatial geometry
Projection of points; lines, true lengths, inclinations, shortest distance; planes
Geometrical
solids
and sections
Construction of solids; section
planes and sectional view.
Development of surfaces
Radial line, parallel line
Interpenetration of
Solids
Vertical interpenetration,
horizontal interpenetration
drawing of profile
at entry and
exit
Text B
ook
:
D.M. Kulkarni, A.P. Rastogi and A. K. Sarkar.,
Engineering Graphics with Auto
CAD
,PHI
Learning Private Limited, New Delhi.
Reference Book:
Dhananjay A. Jolhe,
Engineering Drawing with an Introduction to AutoCAD
, Tata McGraw

Hill
Education Private L
imited, New Delhi
WORKSHOP PRACTICE
ME 104
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Fitting
Fitting tools and equipment, basic fitting operations, fabrication of a metal job using fitting
skills
Welding
Welding tools and equipment, common types of welding, welding techniq
ues, fabrication
of joints using arc welding and gas welding
Smithy
Smithy tools and equipments, smithy operations, preparation of a simple job using hot
forging skills
Sheet metal
Sheet metal tools, sheet metal operations, development and fabrication of a
job using
sheet metal operations
Carpentry
Carpentry tools and equipments, preparation of a wooden job using various joints
Machining on lathe
Main parts of a centre lathe, work holding devices, cutting operations on a
centre lathe, machining of a metal
job using a centre lathe
Machining on shaper
Main parts of a shaper, work holding devices, machining of a simple metal
job using a shaper
Machining on milling and planer
Main parts of milling and planner, milling cutters, practice of a
simple metal job on
a milling machine
Grinding
Types of grinding machines and their main parts, demonstration of simple grinding on
centre less, surface, cylindrical, and tool & cutter grinder
CNC machining
CNC fundamentals, demonstrations on CNC turning and milling centers
M
etrology
Common measuring instruments used in workshop, experiments to find the angle of a
dovetail, angle of a taper and the radius of a circular surface
Foundry
Common foundry tools and
equipment
, preparation of a green sand mould
Rolling
Objective of ro
lling, rolling process, practical on two high rolling mill
Electroplating
Electro plating a given job
Text Book
:
Sangwan K S ,Rao C R and Daiya K G,
Practical Manual for Workshop Practice
, EDD, BITS
Pilani.
B S Nagendra Parashar and R K Mittal,
Elements o
f Manufacturing Processes
, Prentice Hall of
India,
2006, 4th print.
Reference Book:
Campbell J.S., Principles
of Manufacturing Materials and Processes
, Tata Mc

Graw

Hill, New
Delhi, 23rd reprint 2006
.
THERMODYNAMICS
ME 105
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Some
concepts & definitions Introduction, thermodynamic systems, properties & state, process &
cycle, force, energy, pressure, specific volume, zero
th
law.
Properties of pure substances Phase equilibrium, independent properties, and equations of state,
compres
sibility factor.
Properties of pure substances Tables of thermodynamic properties & their use.
Work and heat Definition of work and its identification, work done at the moving boundary
Concept of heat, comparison of heat and work, Engineering Applications
First law for control mass First law for a cycle as well as for a change of state; internal energy &
enthalpy Specific heats; internal energy, enthalpy & specific heat of ideal gases; first law as a rate
equation; problem analysis & solution technique, Eng
ineering Applications
First law for control volume Conservation of mass in control volume; first law for control volume;
SS process; examples of SS processes Transient processes; examples, Engineering Applications
Second Law of Thermodynamics Limitations o
f first law & need for the second law; Reversible
process; heat engine, heat pump, refrigerator; Carnot cycle; Two prepositions regarding efficiency
of Carnot cycle; energy
‐
conversion efficiency and COP, Kelvin
‐
Planck &
Clausius statements, The
ideal gas Carnot Cycle, Engineering Applications
Entropy Concept of entropy; the Need of entropy definition of entropy; entropy of a pure substance;
entropy change of a reversible & i
rreversible processes; principle of increase of entropy,
thermodynamic property relation; problem analysis & solution technique
Second law for control volume Second law for control volume; SS & Transient processes; SSSF
process; principle of increase of en
tropy Understanding efficiency and related problems; problem
analysis & solution technique, Engineering Applications
Irreversibility and availability Available energy, reversible work & irreversibility for control mass
and control volume processes; second
law efficiency, Engineering Applications
Thermodynamic relations Clapeyron equation, Maxwell relations, Thermodynamic relation for
enthalpy, internal energy, and entropy, expansively and compressibility factor, equation of state,
generalized chart for enth
alpy and entropy change, developing tables of property from experimental
data
Text Book
:
Sonntag R.E. and Claus B., “Fundamentals of Thermodynamics”, John Wiley & Sons, 2009, 7
th
ed.
Reference Book:
Booklet on Thermodynamic Tables, Figures & Charts.
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HEMISTRY

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CHEM
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Quantum Theory
Origins of Quantum Mechanics, Black body radiation, Wave function,
Schrodinger Equation, Uncertainty, Simple Applications.
Atomic Structure and Spectra
Hydrogenic Atom: Energy Levels and
Wave
functions, Orbitals,
Spectral Transitions, Many

electron Atoms: Pauli Principle, Orbital Approximation, Aufbau
Principle, Term symbols, Spin

orbit Coupling.
Chemical Bonding: Valence Bond and Molecular Orbital Theories
VB Theory: Electron Pair Bond, H
ybridization, Resonance. MO Theory: LCAO, Bonding and
Antibonding Orbitals, Diatomic Molecules
Vibrational and Electronic
S
pectroscopy
General Features Vibrational Energy Levels and Spectra and applications; Electronic
Spectra: Franck

Condon Principle, Typ
es of Transitions.
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
Principles, Chemical Shift, Fine Structure, Spin Relaxation
Thermodynamics: The First, second and third laws
Thermodynamic Systems, State Functions,
Thermal Equilibrium and Temperature, Work, Internal Energy an
d Heat Transfer, Heat Capacity,
Entropy and thermochemistry
Sponteniety and equilibrium
Applications of entropy, Gibbs' energy in chemical reactions
Chemical Kinetics: Experimental Methods, Reaction Rates, Temperature Dependence
Rate Laws, Order, Rate Co
nstants, Arrhenius Equation, Rate

determining step, Steady

state
Approximation.
Conformations
Rotation around sigma bonds, conformational analysis of butane, cyclohexane, and
substituted cyclohexanes.
Stereochemistry
Isomerism, chirality, origin of optical
activity, stereochemistry of cyclic
compounds, resolution.
Substitution reactions
Nucleophilic substitution reactions (both SN1 and SN2) of alkyl halides.
Elimination reactions
Elimination reaction of alkyl halides; Hoffmann and Cope Elimination.
Addition
reactions
Addition reactions to >C=C< bond
Aromaticity and aromatic compounds
Structure and reactivity of benzene and other aromatic
compounds.
Some Concepts in Inorganic Chemistry & Introduction to Coordination compounds
Latimer
and Frost diagrams; Doubl
e salts and coordination compounds.
Werner’s work; Identification of
structure by isomer counting.
Effective Atomic No. concept.
VB theory and Crystal field theory for octahedral complexes
Explanation for the stability of
complexes according to crystal fie
ld theory
Jahn

Teller distortions; Square planar and Tetrahedral complexes
How do geometrical
distortions stabilize the system? Stability in other geometries
Chelates & Isomerism
Different types of ligands and stabilization due to entropy factors and
elect
ron delocalization in the rings.
Text Book
:
P.W. Atkins and Julio de Paula, Elements of Physical Chemistry: 5
th
Edition, Oxford University
Press, Oxford 200
T. W. Graham Solomons and Craig B. Fryhle, Organic Chemistry, 8
th
Edition, John Wiley & Sons,
Inc.
New York, 2004.
J. D. Lee, Concise Inorganic Chemistry, 5
th
Edition, Blackwell Science, Oxford, 1999
MATHEMATICS

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MATH
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The curvilinear coordinate systems like polar coordinates can be more natural than Cartesian
coordi
nates many a times. Polar coordinates, graphing, polar equations of conic sections,
Integration using polar coordinates.
Review of real valued functions of one variable. Properties of limits, infinity as a limit, continuity
Study of vector valued functions
of one variable, motion and its path in space. Limit continuity &
differentiability of vector function, arc length, velocity unit tangent vector.
The relation between the dynamics and geometry of motion. Curvature, normal vector, torsion and
TNB frame, ta
ngential and normal components of velocity and acceleration
Motions in other coordinate systems. Polar and cylindrical coordinates
Limits and continuity of functions of several variables is more intricate. Functions of several
variables, level curves, limi
ts, continuity.
Difference between derivative and partial derivative. Partial derivatives, differentiability, chain
rule.
Generalizations of partial derivatives and their applications. Directional derivatives, gradient
vectors, tangent planes & normal line
s, linearization
How to optimize (maximize or minimize) functions of several variables locally as well as globally.
Maximum, minimum & saddle points of functions of two or three variables, Lagrange multipliers
Evaluation of area of planar regions and volum
es using iterated integrals. Double integrals, area,
change of integrals to polar coordinates
Volumes of solids in space using suitable curvilinear coordinate system.
Triple integrals, integral in
cylindrical and spherical coordinates, substitution in inte
grals.
Different integrals of vector fields on objects in space; applications to flow, flux, work etc.; their
mutual relationship via Green’s theorem generalizing the fundamental theorem of integral calculus.
Line integrals, work, circulation, flux, path i
ndependence, potential function, conservative field,
Green’s theorem in plane
Divergence theorem and Stokes’ theorem further generalize Green’s theorem. Surface area &
surface integral, Gauss’ divergence
Differentiate clearly between three types of series
convergence with examples & counter examples.
Convergence of sequences and series of real numbers, different tests of convergence, series of non
negative terms, absolute & conditional convergence, alternating series
Approximating functions with polynomial
s. Power series, Maclaurin series, Taylor series of
functions
Text Book
:
M. D. Weir, J. Hass and F. R. Giordano : Thomas’ Calculus, 11th edition, Pearson Educations,
2008.
Reference Book:
(i) E. Kreyszig : Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 8th Edition J
ohn Wiley and sons 1999.
(ii) T. M. Apostol : Calculus Vols I and II, 2nd Edition, John Wiley and sons, 1967 and 1969.
PHYSICS

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PHY
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Foundations of Newtonian mechanics Applications of Newton’s laws, everyday forces of Physic
s
Momentum Dynamics of a system of particles, conservation of momentum
Momentum Impulse and restatement of the momentum relation, flow of mass, momentum transport
Work and energy Eqn. Of motion in 1

dimension and several dimensions, work energy theorem
and
application
Work and energy Potential energy, force, small oscillations in bound system, non

conservative
forces, power, conservation laws and particle collisions
Angular momentum Angular momentum, torque, fixed axis rotation
Angular momentum Dynamics of
pure rotation, physical pendulum, motion involving both
translation and rotation
Non inertial systems Galilean transformations, uniformly accelerated systems, principle of
equivalence
Non inertial systems Physics in a rotating frame, the corriolis force.
S
imple harmonic motion (SHM) The basic mass

spring system, solving SHM equation using
complex exponentials, examples of simple harmonic motions, the decay of free vibrations
Forced oscillator Un
damped oscillator with harmonic forcing, forced oscillator wit
h damping
Forced oscillator (contd.) Power absorbed by a driven oscillator ,resonance
Coupled Oscillations Two coupled oscillators, normal modes, normal frequencies, forced vibration
for coupled oscillators
Coupled Oscillations Many coupled oscillators, no
rmal modes of N coupled oscillators
Vibrations of Continuous system The free vibrations of stretched strings, normal modes of a
stretched string, forced vibration of a stretched string
Progressive waves Progressive waves in one dimension, superposition, wa
ve pulses
Text Book
:
An introduction to mechanics, by Kleppner and Kolenkow,
Tata McGraw

Hill Indian edition1999.
Vibrations and waves, by A.P. French,
CBS Publishers and Distributors, Inc., first Indian
edition1987.
Reference Book:
R1: Physics, Vol.1,
by Halliday, Resnick, &Krane,
5th Edition, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2002
R2: The Physics of Waves and Oscillations by N K Bajaj
, Tata McGraw

Hill 1984.
SEMESTER

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COMPUTER PROGRAMMING

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COMP 102
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To underst
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nd the basic structure o
f the computer
What is computer, generation of computer,
Classification of computers and computer languages. Bas
i
c
b
uilding block of the computer
(Memory,
Control, Processor, I/O)
Numeric data representation
Number Systems, Number representations, Conversi
ons and
Arith
m
etic & Logic operations on bits.
Digital logic structure
Logic Gates and Combinational Logic. Demorgan’s Law
Problem solving us
i
ng com
p
uters:
I
ntr
o
duct
i
on to
Algo
r
i
thms
Concept of an algorithm and
its design using Flow
c
harts, Programming Par
adigms. Top design
Introduction to C
History of C, importance of C, basic structure of C program and C Keywords.
Representing and Manipulating Data
Constants, Variable and Data Types.
Operators and expressions
Types of Operators, expressions and their eva
luation.
Managing input and output operations
Reading and writing a character, formatted and
unformatted input output
Decision making and branching
IF, IF ELSE, nesting of IF ELSE statements, ELSE IF, SWITCH
statements and GOTO statement.
Decision making a
nd Looping
WHILE, DO

WHILE and FOR loop and jumps in LOOPS.
Arrays
One and two dimensional array, initialization and declaration
Character arrays and string
Introduction, declaring and initializing string variables, reading and
writing strings and string h
andling functions.
User defined functions
Introduction, need declaration and definition of a function, recursion.
User defined Data types
Structures and Unions
Introduction to pointers
Understanding pointers, Accessing the address of a variable, Declaratio
n
and Initialization of Pointer Variables.
File Handling
Introduction. Defining and Opening a File, Closing a File. Input/ Output Operations
on file.
The Preprocessor
Macros and File Inclusion.
Text Books
(T1)
E. Balagurusamy: Programming in ANSI C
(T2)
An
ita Goel: Computer Fundamentals, Pearson Education
Reference Book:
(R 1)
Fundamentals of computers, V Rajaraman PHI, 4
th
Edition, 2004
(R 2)
I
ntroduction to Computing Systems (From bits and gates to C and beyond), Yale N Patt and
Sanjay J Patel McGraw
Hills International, 3
rd
Edition, 2004
(R 3)
Yashwant
Kanetkar

Let us C, BPB Publication.
(R 4)
How to solve it by computer, R G Dromey PHI, 3
rd
edition, 2004.
ENGINEERING GRAPHICS
ME 103
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Intro to AutoCAD
Basic comma
nds
Orthographic Projections
Theory, techniques, first and third angle projections, Multi view
drawing from pictorial views.
Isometric Drawing
Theory of isometric drawing,
construction of isometric from
orthographic.
Spatial geometry
Projection of points;
lines, true lengths, inclinations, shortest distance; planes
Geometrical solids
and sections
Construction of solids; section
planes and sectional view.
Development of surfaces
Radial line, parallel line
Interpenetration of
Solids
Vertical interpenetration,
horizontal interpenetration
drawing of profile
at entry and
exit
Text Book
:
D.M. Kulkarni, A.P. Rastogi and A. K. Sarkar.,
Engineering Graphics with AutoCAD
,PHI
Learning Private Limited, New Delhi.
Reference Book:
Dhananjay A. Jolhe,
Engineering Drawin
g with an Introduction to AutoCAD
, Tata McGraw

Hill
Education Private Limited, New Delhi
WORKSHOP PRACTICE
ME 104
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Fitting
Fitting tools and equipment, basic fitting operations, fabrication of a metal job using fitting
skills
Welding
Welding tools and equipment, common types of welding, welding techniques, fabrication
of joints using arc welding and gas welding
Smithy
Smithy tools and equipments, smithy operations, preparation of a simple job using hot
forging skills
Sheet metal
Sheet
metal tools, sheet metal operations, development and fabrication of a job using
sheet metal operations
Carpentry
Carpentry tools and equipments, preparation of a wooden job using various joints
Machining on lathe
Main parts of a centre lathe, work holding
devices, cutting operations on a
centre lathe, machining of a metal job using a centre lathe
Machining on shaper
Main parts of a shaper, work holding devices, machining of a simple metal
job using a shaper
Machining on milling and planer
Main parts of mi
lling and planner, milling cutters, practice of a
simple metal job on a milling machine
Grinding
Types of grinding machines and their main parts, demonstration of simple grinding on
centre less, surface, cylindrical, and tool & cutter grinder
CNC machining
CNC fundamentals, demonstrations on CNC turning and milling centers
Metrology
Common measuring instruments used in workshop, experiments to find the angle of a
dovetail, angle of a taper and the radius of a circular surface
Foundry
Common foundry tools an
d equipments, preparation of a green sand mould
Rolling
Objective of rolling, rolling process, practical on two high rolling mill
Electroplating
Electro plating a given job
Text Book
:
Sangwan K S ,Rao C R and Daiya K G,
Practical Manual for Workshop Prac
tice
, EDD, BITS
Pilani.
B S Nagendra Parashar and R K Mittal,
Elements of Manufacturing Processes
, Prentice Hall of
India,
2006, 4th print.
Reference Book:
Campbell J.S., Principles
of Manufacturing Materials and Processes
, Tata Mc

Graw

Hill, New
Delhi,
23rd reprint 2006
.
GENERAL BIOLOGY
BIO 101
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Introduction
Orientation to
BIO C111
; characteristics of life; classification of life
–
kingdoms of
life (including plants) and examples; viruses
Organic chemistry of living things
Buil
ding blocks; carbohydrates; nucleic acids; lipids; proteins;
enzymes and energy
Cell Structure and Function
Cell theory; prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells; cell membrane and
membrane

bound organelles; non

membranous organelles; membrane transport mechanisms
Biochemical Pathways
Cellular respiration
–
three stages of generating ATPs; process of
fermentation
Photosynthesis
Basics of Photosynthesis; light reactions; Calvin cycle; autotrophs and heterotrophs
DNA and RNA
–
The Molecular Basis of Heredity
DNA stru
cture and replication; RNA and
protein synthesis
–
transcription, translation and their control; mutations
Cell Division
–
Proliferation and Reproduction
Cell cycle and Mitosis; stages of mitosis; cancer
and cell cycle; Meiosis
–
stages and generation of g
enetic diversity; chromosomal abnormalities
Patterns of Inheritance
Mendelian genetics
–
laws of heredity; extensions to Mendel’s laws;
linkage; other influences on phenotype
Techniques and Applications of Biotechnology
DNA Fingerprinting; HGP; GM organism
s; stem
cells and cloning; biotechnology ethics
Diversity within species and Natural selection
Biological species concept; genetic diversity;
Darwin’s theory of evolution and natural selection
Ecosystems and Environmental Sciences
Energy flow through ecosy
stems; human use of
ecosystems
Human Physiology: Material exchange in the body
Human circulatory and excretory systems
Body’s control mechanisms
Human nervous and endocrine systems
Body’s protection mechanism
Human immune system
Human Reproduction, Sex and
Sexuality; Human development
Human sexuality and
determinants; gametogenesis; male and female reproductive systems
–
hormonal controls;
pregnancy and early human development
Text Book
:
Enger, E.D., Ross, F.C. and David B. Bailey.Concepts in Biology (13th
edition, BITS

Pilani
Custom edition). New Delhi: Tata McGraw

Hill Publishing Company Ltd., 2010.
Reference Book:
RB1: Campbell, N.A.,
et. al.
Essential Biology with Physiology (2nd edition). New Delhi: Pearson
Education Inc., 2009.
RB2: Starr, Cecie. Bio
logy: Concepts and Applications (6th edition). India: Thomson
Brooks/Cole,
2007.
PROBABILITY & STATISTICS
MATH 106
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Understand and describe sample spaces and events for random experiments with graphs, lists, tree
diagrams, etc.,
Probability Sample space, Events and Counting
Use probabilities of outcomes to calculate probabilities of events Calculate the probabilities of joint
events such as unions and intersections from the probabilities of individual events. Probability
Axioms
of probability Extension of Theorem 3.6 to n events
Calculate conditional probabilities of events: Determine the independence of events and use
independence to calculate probabilities Use Bayes'
theorem to calculate conditional
probabilities Conditional Pr
obability:
Independent events Bayes' theorem Mathematical expectation
Determine probabilities from probability mass functions and cumulative distribution functions
Probability Distributions:
Random variables Binomial distribution Hyper geometric distributi
on,
Means and variances for the
discrete random variables Mean &Variance of a probability
distribution Chebychev's theorem
Select an appropriate discrete probability distribution to calculate probabilities in specific
applications Poisson approximation to
Binomial distribution Poisson processes Geometric
distribution Multinomial distribution
Determine probabilities from probability density functions & cumulative distribution functions
Probability Densities
Continuous random variables Normal distribution The
normal approximation
to binomial distribution
Select an appropriate continuous probability distribution to calculate probabilities in specific
applications. Uniform distribution Lognormal distribution Gamma distribution Beta distribution
Use joint probabi
lity mass functions and joint probability density functions to calculate
probabilities Calculate marginal and conditional distributions from joint
probability distribution
Joint distributions & densities; marginal and conditional distributions and densitie
s; Properties of
expectations
Understand the role of the central limit theorem and the role of t, X2 and F as sampling
distributions Sampling Distributions Population & random samples Sampling distribution of mean(
~ known)Sampling distribution of mean( ~
unknown)t

distribution
Sampling distribution of variance:X2
and F
distributions
Understand the general concepts of estimating the parameters of a population, properties of point
estimation Construct confidence intervals on the mean of a probability distrib
ution Point estimation
Interval estimation of proportions
Formulate the decision

making problems as hypothesis tests and test hypothesis on the mean of a
population Tests of hypotheses Null hypotheses and alternative hypotheses concerning one mean
Understa
nd how the method of least squares is used to estimate the parameters in a linear
regression model Curve fitting Method of Least Squares Inferences based on Least Squares
Estimators Correlation
Text Book
:
Miller & Freund's Probability & Statistics for E
ngineers: Johnson Richard A., Eastern Economy
Edition, PHI, 7th Edition, 2006.
Reference Book:
Introduction to Probability Theory & Applications: Feller, W. John Wiley, 3rd Edition, 2000.
Mathematical Statistics: Freund, J.E.: Prentice Hall, 6th Edition,
2002.
Modern Probability Theory & Applications: Parzen E. John Wiley. J.C., Brothers, 5
th
Edition, 2000.
Introductory Probability and Statistical Applications: Meyer.P.L, Oxford &IBH, 1970.
Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers: Douglas C. Montgo
mery, &George
C. Runger,
John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 3rd Edition, 2004.
CHEMISTRY

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Theory
CHEM
108
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Free radical reactions involving homolytic bond dissociation.
Nucleophilic addition reactions of carbonyl compounds. Nucleophilic
addition to carbon
–
oxygen
double bond, Relative reactivity: aldehyde Vs. ketones, Formation of Hemiacetals and
Cyanohydrins.
Reactions involving Enols and Enolate ions Keto and EnolTautomerism ,The
Haloform reaction,
The Aldol reaction.
Nucleophilic ad
dition

elimination at acyl carbon Nucleophilic addition

elimination at acyl carbon,
Relative reactivity of acyl compounds. Nucleophilic acyl substitution Synthesis of Acyl chloride,
Acid anhydride, Esters, Amides.
Molecular orbital and orbital symmetry Mol
ecular orbital picture of conjugated system and Diel

Alder reaction
Spectroscopic identification of organic compounds

I
Infra Red (IR) Spectroscopy.
Nuclear
Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy.
General properties of the elements Size of atoms and ions, Ionis
ation energies, Electron affinity,
Elecronegativity.
Group 13 elements General properties, Inert

pair effect, Size of atoms and ions, Electro positive
character
Borohydrides; halides of boron; Structure of boranes Formation, structure and properties of t
hese
compounds.
Group 14 elements

I Allotropy, Carbon dating, physical properties, Graphite Compounds.
Group 14 elements

II Metal carbonyls, Organosilicon compounds, Silicones, Internal
bonding
using d

orbitals.
The Noble gases Name of group and their
electronic Structure, Uses of the elements, Clathate
compounds, Structure and bonding in Xenon compounds
Text Books:
T. W. Graham Solomons and Craig B. Fryhle
, “Organic
Chemistry
”, 8
th
Edition, John Wiley &
Sons, Inc. New York, 2004
.J. D. Lee
, ‘
Concise
Inorganic Chemistry
’, 5
th
Edition, Blackwell Science, Oxford, 1999.
Reference
Books:
R1. L. G. Wade, Jr. and Maya Shankar Singh
‘
Organic Chemistry
’, 6
th
Edition, Pearson
Education,
Inc.2006.
R2.
R. T. Morrison and R. Boyd, ‘Organic Chemistry’, 6
th
Editi
on, PHI, New Delhi, 1992.
R3.
Alan G. Sharpe, ‘Inorganic Chemistry’, 3
rd
Edition, Addison Wesley Longman, Inc.,
Harlow England, 1992.
CHEMISTRY

II Practical
CHEM 108P
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U Chemistry Lab Manual
MATHEMATICS

II
MATH
110
L
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3
Solvin
g
syste
m
o
f
li
n
e
a
r
equati
o
n
s.
Intro
d
uctio
n
t
o
abstrac
t
v
e
cto
r
s
p
aces,
f
init
e
an
d
in
f
init
e
dimension
vector
sp
a
ce
s
an
d
relate
d
concepts.
Vecto
r
spac
e
s
,
subspaces
,
line
a
r
inde
p
e
n
d
ence
,
basis
and
dimension
.
R
a
n
k
an
d
invers
e
o
f
a
m
atri
x
and
ap
p
l
icati
o
ns
.
Co
o
rdinate
s
a
n
d
cha
n
ge
o
f
basis.
Intro
d
uctio
n
t
o
linea
r
transformation
Definiti
o
n
an
d
exa
m
ples
,
ke
r
n
e
l
ran
g
e
o
f
linea
r
transfor
m
ation,
Understandin
g
th
e
li
n
k
betwee
n
linear
transf
or
m
at
i
on
s
a
n
d
m
atri
c
es.
Th
e
m
atri
x
o
f
a
line
a
r
transfor
m
a
t
i
on
Ac
q
u
irin
g
m
o
r
e
k
nowle
d
g
e
o
f
linear transfor
m
a
t
i
ons.
Co
m
posit
e
an
d
i
n
verti
b
l
e
linear
transfor
m
ations
Co
m
p
uti
n
g
Eigen
value
s
and
Eigen
vectors.
Eigen
value
s
an
d
eige
n
v
e
ctors.
Revisi
n
g
th
e
kn
o
wled
g
e
o
f
co
m
p
lex
nu
m
b
e
r
s
.
Evaluati
o
n
o
f
li
m
i
t
o
f
function
s
of
co
m
p
le
x
variable
s
a
t a
point
.
Testing
continuity
o
f
suc
h
Function
s
o
f
a
co
m
p
le
x
variable
.
Li
m
it
an
d
continuity functions.
Intro
d
uctio
n
t
o
analyti
c
functions.
Fin
d
i
n
g
ou
t
singula
r
p
o
i
n
t
o
f
a
fu
n
c
tio
n.
Derivati
v
e
,
CR

equatio
n
s,
analytic
functions.
Stu
d
y
o
f
ele
m
entar
y
functi
o
n
s
.
These
fu
n
c
tion
s
occu
r
frequentl
y
al
l
throu
g
h
th
e
co
m
p
le
x
variabl
e
theory.
Understandin
g
M
u
ltipl
e
Val
u
ed
F
u
nction
,
branc
h
cu
t
branc
h
point
Ex
p
onential
,
t
r
i
g
ono
m
etri
c
and
h
y
per
bori
c
fu
n
c
tions
.
L
o
garit
h
m
i
c
f
u
ncti
o
n
s
,
c
o
m
p
le
x
exponents,
inverse
fu
n
c
tions.
Integratin
g
alon
g
a
curv
e
i
n
co
m
p
lex
plane.
Contou
r
integrals
,
anti

derivati
v
es.
Learnin
g
techn
i
que
s
t
o
fin
d
i
n
teg
r
als
over
p
articula
r
co
n
t
o
u
r
s
o
diffe
r
e
n
t
fu
n
c
tions.
Cauchy

Gou
rsa
t
Theore
m
,
Cauch
y
Integra
l
For
m
ula
,
Morera’s
Theo
r
e
m
.
T
o
st
u
d
y
applicati
o
n
o
f
c
o
m
p
lex
variable
theor
y
t
o
Funda
m
ental
a
l
gebr
a
.
Liou
v
ille’
s
Theore
m
,
The
O
r
e
m
o
f
Algebra.
Serie
s
expansi
o
n
o
f a
functio
n
analytici
n
a
n
an
n
u
la
r
do
m
ain
.
T
o
study
differen
t
ty
p
e
s
o
f
sing
u
la
r
points.
Lauren
t
series.
Calculatin
g
reside
s
a
t
isolated
sin
g
ula
r
points.
Residues
,
Resid
u
e
T
h
eore
m
.
T
o
st
u
d
y
applicati
o
n
o
f
c
o
m
p
lex
integrat
i
o
n
t
o
i
m
prope
r
rea
l
I
m
prope
r
r
e
a
l
integrals.
Text
Books:
Introductory
Linear
Algebra
with
Appl
i
cations
by
B.
Kol
m
anand
D.R.Hill,
7
th
Edition,
2
003,
Pearson
Education,
Inc.
Co
m
plex
Variables
and
a
p
plications
by
R.V.
Churchill
and
J.
W
.Brown,
7
th
e
dition,
200
4
,
McGraw

Hill.
Reference
Boo
k
s:
Linear
Algebra
and
its
A
p
plications:
D.C.
Lay,
Pearson
Education,
In 3
r
d
E
d.
Linear
Al
g
e
braandits
Ap
p
licat
i
ons:
Gilbert
Stra
n
g,T
h
o
m
son,4
th
Ed.
A
First Course
in Co
m
plex Analysis with
Applications: Dennis G.
Zill,
Patrick
Sha
n
ah
a
n.
Co
m
plex
Variables Intr
o
duction
and
Applications: MJ
A
blowitz
&
A
F
o
k
a
s,
Ca
m
bridgeTexts,
2
n
d
E
d
.
C
o
m
plex
Analysis
for
M
a
the
m
atics
a
nd
Engineering:
JH
Mat
h
e
w
s
&
RW
H
o
w
e
ll,
Narosa,5
th
Ed
.
PHYSICS

II
Theory
PHY 112
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Vector
Cal
c
ulus
Grad
i
ent,
divergence
a
nd curl
Line, surface
a
n
d
vo
l
u
m
e
integrals, Curvili
n
ear
co

ordina
t
es,
Dirac Delt
a
F
u
n
c
tion
Electrosta
t
ics
Diverge
n
ce
and
curl
of
electros
t
atic fields
Electric
po
tential,
w
o
rk
and energy
in
electro
stati
c
s
Co
nd
uc
t
o
r
s
In
d
u
c
ed cha
r
ges, C
a
paci
t
o
rs
To
l
e
a
r
n
s
o
me s
p
e
c
i
al
t
e
chni
q
u
es
Lapl
a
ce’s
equat
i
on, Uniqueness the
o
rems,
Method
o
f
images,
m
u
lti

po
l
ee
x
pa
n
sion
Electric
fields
in matter
Po
l
a
r
iza
t
i
o
n,
b
o
u
n
d
c
ha
r
ges,
el
e
c
tr
ic
d
i
s
p
l
a
c
e
ment
,
Lin
ear
Diel
e
c
tri
cs
Magne
t
o
s
tatics
Lorentzforce
law,
B
i
ot

Sa
v
art
law, A
m
pere’s
law, Magnetic
V
ector po
t
en
t
ial
Magnetic
f
i
elds
in Matter
Magneti za
t
i on,
the
f
ield
magnetized
object,
Ampere’s
la
w
in
magnetiz
e
d
materia
l
s,
Mag
n
etic susceptibil
i
ty and permeability
Mag
n
etic susceptibil
i
ty and
permeability, Ferr
o
magnetism
Electrody
n
amics
Electro
m
o
tive
for
c
e, Oh
m
’s
law, Faraday’s
law
of electro
m
a
g
netic
induction,
sel
f
&
mu
t
u
al
induc
t
ance
Ma
x
well’s Equat
i
ons
M
a
xwell’s
e
q
uations, Boundary co
n
d
itions
T
e
x
t
B
o
ok
:
I
n
t
r
odu
c
t
i
on
t
o
El
e
c
t
ro
d
y
n
ami
c
s
”,
Dav
i
d J.
G
r
iffiths,
T
h
i
r
d Edi
t
ion,
P
e
a
rs
o
n Educati
o
n
I
nc.,
1999.
Refer
e
nce
Boo
k
:
PH
Y
S
I
C
S
Vo
l
. 2,
Dav
i
d
Hall
i
day
,Rob
e
rt Resni
ck and K
e
n
n
e
th S. Kran
e
, Fifth
editi
o
n, J
o
hn
Wil
e
y & S
o
ns,
I
nc., 2
0
02.
PHYSICS

II Practical
PHY
112
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As per BU Physic Lab Manual
SEMESTER

III
Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering

I
M
E 201
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El
ectrostatics and Capacitors
: Law of electrostatics, Absolute and Relative permittivity, Electric
field, electric flux, field strength, electrical intensity, capacitor and its types.
Magnetic Circuits
:
Magnetic field strength, Absolute and relative permeabi
lity of medium, law of
magnetic force, magnetic flux intensity (H), magnetic flux density (B), BH curve, Comparison
between Magnetic and Electric circuits, Electromagnetic Induction, Magnetic Effects of Electric
Current, Current carrying conductor in Magne
tic field, Law of Electromagnetic Induction, Self
Inductance, Mutual Inductance, Coupling Coefficient between two magnetically coupled Circuits,
inductance in series and parallel, faraday law of electrolysis.
Magneto motive force, reluctance,
laws of magne
tic circuits, determination of ampere

turns for series and parallel magnetic circuits,
magnetic leakage and fringing, hysteresis and eddy current losses. Faraday's laws, Lenz's law,
statically and dynamically induced E.M.F., Energy stored in magnetic field
.
AC Circuits
: Generation of Alternating emf, Concept of 3

phase EMF Generation, Root Mean
square or Effective Value, Average value of AC, form factor, Phasor representation of Alternating
quantities, Analysis of AC Circuit Representation of Alternating Qu
antities in Rectangular and
polar forms, R

L Series Circuits, R

C Series Circuits, R

L

C Series Circuits, Power factor,
Admittance and its components, Resonance in Series and Parallel, Analysis of simple three phase
system, star delta connections and conve
rsion, Kirchhoff’s law, mesh and nodal analysis,
Superposition theorem, Millmans, Max Power theorem, Norton, AC bridges, harmonics,
fundamental wave harmonics, effect of harmonics.
Poly
phase circuits
: Generation of poly
phase voltage, phase sequence, inte
rconnection, star and
delta connections, conversion, power factor improvement, parallel loads, measurement in 3 phase
circuit, 3 & 2 wattmeter methods, balanced and unbalanced loads.
TEXT BOOKS
1.
Basic electrical and electronics and computer engg. by R mut
husubramanian, S
Salivahanan, K A MURALEEDHARAN,TataMcgrawHill
2.
A Textbook of Electrical Tech.by B.L Theraja.& A.K Theraja,S Chand.
3.
Fundamentals of Electrical Engg.by Vincent DELTORO,Prentice Hall.
4.
Electrical Technology, Edward Hughes.
5.
Basic Electrical Engi
neering by H.M Rai and S.Marwaha, SatyaPrakashan, Delhi.
Electrical Sciences

I Lab
Course Description:
1
To find voltage, current relationship and power factor of a given R

L circuit.
2.
To find out the line voltage, phase voltage relationship in case of
star and delta connected 3

phase balanced load.
3.
To find out the line current and phase current relationship in case of star and delta
connected 3

phase balanced load.
4.
To study the R

L Series Circuits.
5.
To study the R

C Series Circuits
6.
To study the R

L

C
Series Circuits.
7.
To perform study on different theorems.
8.
To correction of power factor by different methods.
MECHANIC OF SOILDS
ME 203
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Simple stresses and strains
: Concep
t of stress and strain; St. Vernants principle, stress and strain
diagram, Hooke’s law, Young’s modulus, Poisson ratio, stress at a point, stress and strains in bars
subjected to axial loading. Modulus of elasticity, stress produced in compound bars subjec
t to axial
loading. Temperature stress and strain calculations due to applications of axial loads and variation
of temperature in single and compound bars. Compound stress and strains, the two dimensional
system; stress at a point on a plane, principal str
esses and principal planes; Mohr’s circle of stress;
ellipse of stress and their applications. Generalized Hook's Law, principal stresses related to
principal strains
Bending moment and shear force dia
grams
: S.F and B.M definitions. BM and
SF diagrams for
cantilevers, simply supported beams with or without overhangs and calculation of maximum BM
and SF and the point of contra
flexure under the following loads:
a) Concentrated loads
b) Uniformity distr
ibuted loads over the whole span or part of span
c) Combination of concentrated loads (two or three) and uniformly distributed loads d) Uniformity
varying loads
e) Application of moments
f) Relation between rate of loading, shear force and bending momen
t
Theory of bending stresses in beams due to bending
: assumptions in the
simple bending theory,
derivation of formula: its application to beams of rectangular, circular and channel, I & T

sections,:
Combined direct and bending stresses in aforementioned sections, composite / flitched
beams.
Torsion
:
Derivation of torsion equation and its assumptions. Applications of the
equation to the
hollow an
d solid circular shafts, torsional rigidity, combined torsion and bending of circular shafts
principal stress and maximum shear stresses under combined loading of bending and torsion,
analysis of close

coiled

helical springs.
Thin cylinders and spheres
: Derivation of formulae and calculation of hoop
stress, longitudinal
stress in a cylinder, effects of joints, change in diameter, length and internal volume; principal
stresses in sphere and change in d
iameter and internal volume
Columns and struts
: Columns and failure of columns: Euler’s formuls; Rankine

Gordon’s
formula, Johnson’s empirical formula for axially loaded columns and their application
s.
Slope and deflection
: Relationship between moment, slope and deflection,
Moment area method;
method of integration; Macaulay’s method: Use of all these methods to calculate slope and
deflection f
or the following :
a)
Cantilevers
b)
Simply supported beams with or without overhang
c)
Under concentrated loads, uniformly distributed loads or combination of concentrated and
uniformly distributed loads
Text Book
:
RK Rajput, Strength of Materia
ls, S. Chand Publications.
Reference Book:
E.P. Popov, Mechanics of Materials

(SI Version), Prentice Hall India
Mechanics of Materials; F. P. Beer, E. R. Johnston and J. T. DeWolf, Third Edition, 2002,
McGraw

Hill International Edition.
Mechanics of Solids
, AN INTRODUCTION, T. J. Lardner, R R Archer, International Edition,
1994, McGraw

Hill
Introduction to Solid Mechanics by I. H. Shames, 2nd Edition, 1980, Prentice Hall of India Private
Ltd. New Delhi.
Mechanics of Materials, MadhukarVable, 2002, Oxford Un
iv
e
rsity,
S. H. Crandall et al., An Introduction to Mechanics of Solids, McGraw

Hill International editions.,
1978.
Advanced mechanics of material by Kamal Kumar & Ghai
MATHEMATICS

III
ME 205
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Matrices
Linear dependence of vectors a
nd rank of matrices, Elementary transformation, Gauss

Jordan method to find inverse of a matrix, reduction to normal form, Consistency and solution of
algebraic equations, linear transformations, Orthogonal transformations, Eigen values, Eigen
vectors, cay
ley Hamilton theorem, Reduction to diagonal form, Bilinear and quadratic form,
Orthogonal unitary, Hermitian and similar matrices.
Ordinary differential equations
Exact differential equations, equations reducible to exact form by
integrating factors, equat
ions of the first order and higher degree, clairaut’s equation.
Linear differential equations
Leibniz’s linear and Bernoulli’s equation, methods of finding
complementary functions and particular integrals, special methods for finding particular integrals
(
i) method of variation of parameters, (ii) methods of underdetermined coefficients, Cauchy’s
homogeneous and Legendre’s linear equation, Simultaneous linear equations with coefficients,
Application of differential equations, application to electric/electro
nic L

R

C circuits, deflection of
beam, simple harmonic motion, oscillation of a spring.
Statistics
Recapitulation of statistics and probability, discrete and continuous probability
distributions, binomial, poisson and normal distribution, application, cur
ve fitting.
Sampling and test of hypotheses
sampling methods, student’s t

test, chi

square test, F

test and
fisher’s z

test.
Text book:
Jain R.K. and Iyengar
S.R.K.,Advanced Engineering mathematics, Narosa Publishing house, New
Delhi
Grewal B.S. Higher Eng
ineering mathematics, Khanna publishers, Delhi
Ref
erence
Books:
Zill, DG and Cullen MR, Advanced Engineering mathematics, CBS publishers
O’Nell PV, Advanced Engineering mathematics, Brooks/Cole publishers
Transport Phenomenon

I
ME 207
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2
4
Basic Properties of Fluids
Concepts and
Definitions:
Characteristics of fluids,
dimensions, dimension
AL homogeneity, and
units, measures of
fluid mass and weight, ideal gas law,
viscosity, compressibility of fluids,
vapor
p
ressure, surface tension.
Fluid at Rest

Pressure and its
Effect
Fluid Statics: Pressure at a point,
basic equation for pressure field,
pressure variation in a fluid at
rest,
standard atmosphere, measurement
of pressure, manometry, hydrostatic
force on a pl
ane
surface, buoyancy,
flotation, and stability, pressure
variation in a fluid with rigid body
motion.
Study of fundamentals of fluid
flow and Kinematics
of Fluid Motion
Description of a Fluid in Motion:
Study of various flow pattern,
Stream line, path lin
e, streak line,
Stream function, velocity potential,
Flow net
The velocity field, the acceleration
field, control
volume and system
representations, the Reynolds
transport theorem
Flow Analysis using
Control Volumes
Conservation of mass

the continuity equa
tion, Newton’s second law

the linear momentum and
moment of
momentum
equations, first law of
thermodynamics
–
the energy
equation
Fluids in Motion
–
The Bernoulli
Equation
Newton’s second law, static,
stagnation, dynamic, and total
pressure, Bernoulli equat
ion, then
energy line and the hydraulic grade
line, restriction on use of the
Bernoulli equation.
Flow Analysis using
Differential Methods
Fluid element kinematics,
conservation of mass, conservation
of linear momentum, inviscid flow,
viscous flow: stress

deformation
relationships, the Navier

Stokes
equations
Dimensional Analysis, modeling, and similitude
Dimensional analysis, Buckingham
Pi theorem, determine of Piterms,
common dimensionless
groups in
fluid mechanics, modeling and
similitude
Study of flow p
attern
through orifices and
mouthpieces
Various types of orifices and
mouthpieces
Study of flow pattern
over notches and
weirs
Various types of notches and weirs
Study of flow pattern
through pipes
Flow in Closed Conduits General
characteristics of pipe fl
ow, fully
developed laminar and
turbulent
flow , Darcy

Weisbach equation,
pipes in series, parallel, Branching of pipes, etc.
Text Book:
TB1
. Welty J., C. E. Wicks, R. E. Wilson, G. L. Rorrer, Fundamentals of Momentum, Heat and
Mass transfer, John Wiley a
nd Sons, 4th edition, 2009
Reference Books:
RB1. Munson B.R., D.F. Young, T.H. Okiishi, Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics, John Wileyand
Sons (Asia) Pte. Ltd., Sixth Edition, 2009
RB2 Fox, R.W. and McDonald, A.T., Introduction to Fluid Mechanics, John Wile
y and SonsInc.,
Singapore, Fifth Edition, 2001.
RB3. Shames, I. H., Mechanics of Fluids, McGraw

Hill Company, Second Edition, 1982
RB4. Modi, P.N. and Seth, S.M., Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics, Standard Book House, New
Delhi, 2009.
Machine Drawing
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Introduction

Principles of Drawing, Requirements of production drawing, Sectioning and
conventional representation, Dimensioning, symbols of standard tolerances, Machining Symbols,
introduction and Familiarization of
Course Code
ISO
Course Code
s.
Fasteners

Various types of screw threads, types of nuts and bolts, screwed fasteners, welding joints
and riveted joints
Keys, Cotter Joints & Pin Joints

Sketch of taper

keys, sunk taper

keys, saddle keys, Round or pin
key, Gib hea
d, parallel, or feather keys, spline shafts, woodruff key, Drawing of cotter and outer
joint, knuckle joint.
Shaft Couplings

Drawing of muff coupling flanged coupling, pin type f1exible coupling
Assembly of Machine Parts
(a) Plumber block, foot step be
aring
(b) Steam stop valve.
(c) I.C.Engine connecting rod
(d) Lathe tail stock.
(e) Bench / Machine Vice
Surface finish, fits and tolerances to be indicated on working drawings as per

BIS conventions.
Practical assignments on modeling of machine components
using software.
Recommended Books
1. Machine Drawing N.D.Bhatt
2. Machine Drawing Narayana, Kannaiah, Reddy
3. Machine Drawing P.S.Gill
4. Machine Drawing R.K.Dhawan
T
ECHNICAL REPORT WRIT
ING
ME 211
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To give an insight into the
communication process, business communication and barriers,
Communication Process, Barriers
To make them cognizant of the nuances of non

verbal communication and its importance in face

to

face communication Nonverbal Communication
To make them aware of va
rious aspects of oral presentations; to provide guidelines for effective
presentations Oral Presentation
To provide information about group discussion; how to participate in a group discussion Group
Discussion
To define technical reports and tell about the
ir characteristic features Technical Reports
To introduce various types of reports; to give practice to prepare routine reports Types of Reports
To discuss various steps involved in report writing; planning and preparation: from data collection
to outline
making Preparatory Steps
To discuss various sources for data collection. Sources of Data
To familiarize them with all the methods of data collection Methods of Data Collection
To provide guidelines for preparing mail questionnaire; to give adequate practic
e in preparing a
questionnaire Mail Questionnaire
To introduce the elements of effective writing, what constitutes a good writing style and how can it
be attained Elements of Effective Writing
To give practical hints to make one’s writing more effective: c
hoice of words, phrases, and
sentences Effective Writing

Choice of Words and Phrases
To make them conscious of various aspects of writing: sentence construction, sentence length and
word order Effective Writing

n Sentence Construction and Length
To provid
e practice in effective writing Practice
To introduce various steps of précis writing and give them practice to achieve clarity and precision
in précis writing Art of Condensation
To give an understanding of various structural elements of a report; to prov
ide rigorous practice
Report Structure
To give insight into data analysis with the help of illustrations Data Analysis & Illustrations
To provide an understanding of shorter reports (Memo report and Letter report); when and how to
use them Memo Report & Le
tter Report
To provide information about principles of letter writing, structure and layout; to give practice in
writing claim, adjustment and sales letters Business Letters

Sales, Claim &
Adjustment Letters
To inform about notice and the required details
to make it a complete document Notices
To familiarize students with techniques of description; to help them describe processes, machines
and mechanisms Instruction Manuals and Technical Description
To give them the experience of participating in a group di
scussion Group Discussion
Text Book
:
Sharma, R.C. and K. Mohan. 2011. Business Correspondence and Report Writing. Fourth Edition.
New Delhi: Tata McGraw Hill.
Re
ference Book:
R1.
Comfort, Jeremy et. al. 1984.Business Reports in English. Cambridge: Uni
versity Press.
R2.
Lesikar, Raymond V. and Marie E. Flatley. 2003. Basic Business Communication. Ninth
Edition. New Delhi: Tata McGraw Hill.
R3.
Raman, Meenakshi and Sangeeta Sharma. 2004. Technical Communication: Principles and
Practice. New Delhi: Ox
ford University Press.
R4.
Taylor, Shirley. 1998. Model Business Letters. Fifth Edition. London: Financial Times &
Pitman Publishing.
R5.
Gerson, Sharon J. and Stephen M. Gerson. Technical Writing: Process and Product. Fifth
Edition. New Delhi: Pearson
Education.
R6.
Sharma, Sangeeta and Binod Mishra. 2009. Communication Skills for Engineers and
Scientists. New Delhi: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
SEMESTER

IV
PRODUCTION TECHNIQUE

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ME 202
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Chapter I
Manufacturing proce
sses, Engineering properties and their measurement,
Ferrous and non

ferrous materials, Heat treatment of metals, Material removal processes
and variety of machine tools, Tolerance, limits and fits, Linear & angular thread
measurement, Surface texture and g
auges and its design, Nature of plastic deformation,
Rolling, Forging, Extrusion, Wire drawing, Rod and tube drawing, Swaging and tube
making.
Chapter II
Press tool operations, Shearing actions, operation and die designing,
Drawing, Spinning, Bending, Str
etch forming, Embossing and coining.
Chapter III
Fabrication methods, Gas welding, Gas cutting, Electric arc welding, Arc
cutting, Resistance welding & design, Thermit welding, Electro slab welding, Electron
beam welding, laser beam welding, Forge welding,
Friction welding, Diffusion welding,
Explosion welding, Brazing, Braze welding and soldering.
Non

Conventional Machining IV

Electro discharge machining, Electro chemical
machining, Ultrasonic machining, Chemical machining, laser beam machining and abras
ive
water jet machining.
Books:
Manufacturing Technology" Volume 1, Foundry, Forming and Welding , P.N. Rao,
Tata McGraw

Hill 3rd Edition.
Manufacturing Technology" Volume 2, Metal Cutting and Machine Tools, PN. Rao,
Tata McGraw

Hill 2rd Edition
Serope Kal
pakjian and Steven R. Schmid, "Manufactuirng Engineering and
Technology," Pearson Education (Low Cost Indian Edition), 4/e, 2001, New Delhi.
Amitabha Ghosh and Asok Kumar Mallik, "Manufacturing Science", Affiliated East

West Press, New Delhi, 1985.
G. E. D
ieter, "Mechanical Metallurgy," McGraw

Hill, Singapore, 1985.
G. Boothroyd and K. Knight, "Metal Cutting Machine Tools," Chapman and Hall,
1990.
APPLIED THERMODYNAMI
CS
& REFRIGERATION
ME 204
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Efficiency of
Rankine and regenerative Rank
ine
cycles and second law analysis for
combined cycles.
The
Carnot vapor cycle, Rankine
cycle, The ideal cycle for vapor power cycles, Deviation of actual power
cycles from idealized ones, How can we increase the efficiency of Rankine cycle, The ideal rehe
at Rankine
cycle,
The ideal regenerative Rankine cycle, second law analysis of vapor power
cycles, combined gas
vapor
power cycles.
Numerical problems
COP of vapor
compression and vapor absorption
refrigeration systems. Refrigerators and heat pumps, The
reversed Carnot cycle, The ideal vapor
compression refrigeration cycle, Actual vapor compression,
Refrigeration cycle, selecting the right
refrigerant, heat
pump systems.
Gas refrigeration cycles,
Absorption
refrigeration systems.
Numerical problems
The
rmodynamic property
relations for ideal and real gases
A little math

partial derivatives and
associated relations, The Maxwell relation
, relations, The clapeyron equation,
The joule

Thomson
coefficient,
The h, u and s of real gases.
Properties of Gas
Mixtures
Composition of gas mixture, P

V

T behavior of gas mixtures, properties
of gas mixture.
Numerical problems
Properties of Gas

Vapor
mixtures and Air

Conditioning
processes.
Dry and atmospheric air, specific and
relative
humidity of air, humidity of
air, dew point
temperature, adiabatic saturation and
wet bulb
temperature, the
psychrometric chart, human comfort
and air conditioning, and air
conditioning
processes.
Numerical problems
Laws of thermodynamics for combustion and its formation.
Chemical rea
ctions, Fuels and
combustion,
theoretical and actual
combustion processes , Enthaly of
formation and enthalpy of combustion,
First law
analysis of reacting systems,
Adiabatic flame temperature, Entropy
change of reacting systems
Numerical
problems
Chemical
and phase equilibrium for ideal gas mixtures Criteria for chemical equilibrium Criteria for
chemical equilibrium.
Properties of one dimensional compressible flow. Stagnation properties, speed of sounded mach number,
one dimensional isentropic flow.
Numeri
cal problems
Textbook(s)
T1 Thermodynamics, An Engineering Approach Yunus A. Cengel and Michael A
Boles. Tata Mc Graw
Hill Publishing Company limited, New Delhi, 5th Edition,
2006.3.
Reference book:
R1 Thermodynamics, P.K.Nag, Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing
Company limited, New Delhi, 3rd
Edition, 2004.
R2 Fundamentals of engineering thermodynamics, Michael J Moran and Howard N Shapiro, John
Wiley, 5th Edition, 2004.
R3 Fundamentals of Thermodynamics, Van Wylen, G.J&R E Sonntag, John Wiley,6th Edition, 2003.
STRUCTURES & PROPERT
IES OF MATERIALS
ME 206
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General understanding of materials science, Bonding forces and their types
Introduction, Atomic
bonding in solids,
Crystal structures and systems, crystallographic directions and planes
M
etallic
structures
Defects and dislocations
Imperfections in solids
Diffusion mechanisms Diffusion
Deformation mechanisms Dislocation
Stress

strain relations
Mechanical properties of solids, Mechanical test behavior of ceramics, Structure and properties
of
ceramics, Types and application of ceramics, Applications and processing of ceramics
Glasses

Glass forming
–
properties, Fabrication and processing of glasses
Molecular size, shape & structure of polymers, Polymer structures, Important Characterist
ics of
polymeric
Mechanical behavior, and Crystallization Phases, microstructures, phase equilibrium
Phase diagrams Fe

Fe3C phase diagram, development of Iron carbon systems micro

structure in
FeC alloys
Avarami rate equation Kinetics of phase transforma
tions
Isothermal transformation
diagrams continuous cooling diagrams
Correlation of properties to microstructures

Mechanical behavior of Fe

C alloys tempered
martensite, Mechanical behavior of Fe

C alloys Thermal properties of materials
Thermal properties
Energy band in semiconductors etc.,
Electronic properties
Super conductivity Magnetic properties
Nanotechnology
Textbook(s)
T1 Materials Science & Engineering: An Introduction, Willam D. Callister, Jr John Wiley& Sons,
6th edition, 2003.
Reference book(s
)
R1 Engineering Materials: Properties and Selection, K.G. Budinski and M. K. Budinski, Prentice
Hall of India, 7th edition, 2004.
R2 The Science and Engineering of Materials, Donald R. Askeland and Pradeep P. Phule, 4th
edition, Thomson book Company, 200
3.
R3 Principles of Materials Science and Engineering, William F. Smith, , McGraw

Hill 3
rd
edition
1996.
KINEMATICS OF MACHIN
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Introduction to kinematics

Kinematics and Dynamics of Machines, Mechanisms, Pairs, Inversions
of slider crank chains, Degrees of freedom and Numerical problems.
Velocity and Acceleration

Basic concepts of machines, link, Mechanism, Kinematic chain, relative
motion of parts of mechanism, displacement, velocity, acceleration diagrams of all basic
mechanisms including quick return motion mechanism. Advance problems on velocity
diagrams
(relative velocity method, instantaneous center method). Acceleration diagram. Coriolis
component, advanced problems involving their application.
CAMS and follower sy
stems

Type of cams and followers, definition

basic circle & least radius,
angle of ascent. Dwell, descent & action. Displacement, velocity and acceleration diagrams for the
followers with uniform velocity motion, simple harmonic motion, uniform accelerati
on and
retardation, determination of maximum velocity, acceleration and retardation. Analysis of follower
motion for pre

specified cam profiles (tangent cams and convex cams).
Friction

Efficiency of inclined plane, Friction in v

threads, screw

jack, pivot
s and collars plate and
cone

clutches, power lost in friction, friction circle and friction axis of a link.
Power Transmission

Flat belts and the kinematic design of pulleys, V

belts, length
of belts, transmission of power by belts, condition for maximum
power transmissions, initial
tension.
Brakes & Dynamometers

Types of brakes, band, block, band and block, internal expanding shoe
brake, determination of pressure and torque on internal expanding shoe brakes,Dynamometers,
types : absorption and transmis
sion dynamometers, prony brake
dynamometer, rope brake dynamometer, belt transmission dynamometer, torsion.
Flywheel & Turning Moment Diagrams

Turning moment and crank effort diagrams for steam and
I.C. Engine, dynamics of simple horizontal and vertical
engine. Fluctuation of speed, co

efficient of
fluctuation of speed and energy, Punching press. Simple problems on turning moment diagrams and
the determination of a flywheel taking centrifugal stresses into consideration.
Books Recommended:
1.
Theory o
f Machines J Lal
2.
Theory of Machines by Shigley, Mc Graw Hill, New Delhi.
3. Theory of Machines P.L.Ballaney
4. Theory of Machines V.P.Singh
5. Theory of Machines S. S. Rattan
6. Mechanism & Machine Theory Rao & Dukkipati
7. Theory of Machines Mallib
8. Th
eory of Machines Abdulta Sharif
BASIC ELECTRICAL & E
LECTRONICS ENGINEERI
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II
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Transformer:
Introduction, Principle of working, construction of single phase transformer, EMF
equation, phasor diagram on no load, leakage reactance
, transformer on load, equivalent circuit,
voltage regulation, power and energy efficiency, open circuit and short circuit tests, Parallel
operation of single phase transformer, Auto transformer
:
Principle of operation, comparison with
two winding transfor
mers.
D.C. Machines:
Working, principle, construction, types, Armature windings, E.M.F. and torque
equations, interaction of fields produced by excitation circuit and armature, effect of brush shift,
compensating winding, commutation, D.C. motors: characte
ristics, starting of shunt and series
motor, starters, speed control methods

field and armature control.
Polyphase Induction Machines:
Constructional features, operation, equivalent circuit, phasor
diagram, leakage reactance, effect of rotor circuit resist
ance, starting torque, cage motors, double
cage and deep bar motor. Generator action, methods of excitation, Starting methods, speed control:
(i) control of speed of rotating field, (ii) control of slip speed.
Synchronous Machines:
Construction & working
principle, Excitation systems, production of
sinusoidal E.M.F., flux & mmf phasors in syn. machines; cylindrical & salient pole rotors.
Alternators:
Construction, Phasor diagram of cylindrical rotor alternator, ratings, nature of armature
reaction, determi
nation of synchronous reactance; open circuit characteristics, short ckt
characteristics
.
Supply System:
Introduction to Transmission and Distribution systems, Comparison between DC
and AC systems for Transmission and Distribution.
TEXT BOOKS
1.
Electrical Ma
chinery by P.S. Bhimbhra
2.
Electric machinery A.E. Fitzgerald and C. Kingsley (Mc Graw Hill)
3.
Theory of A.C. machines A.S. Langsdorf.
4.
Electric machinery and transformer M.Kosow. (PHI)
5.
Electrical machines Nagrath & Kothari (TMH)
6.
Electrical Energy System Theo
ry

An introduction O.L. Elgerd (TMH)
7.
Elements of Power System Analysis W.D. Stevenson Jr.(TMH)
8.
Course in Electrical Power C.L. Wadhwa, New Age Int.(P)Ltd.
9.
Power System Analysis Nagrath and Kothari (TMH)
10.
Power System Analysis & Design B.R. Gupta, Wheeler
Publishing.
11.
Transformer Engineering

L.F. Blume
Electrical Sciences

II

Lab
List of Experiments:
1.
To perform open

circuit and short circuit test on a transformer and determine the following (a)
the transformation ratio (b) the transformer efficiency.
2.
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