SEMESTER I
04O101 COMMUNICATION SKILLS
3 0 0 3
READING:
Selection of essays and short stories
–
to develop reading ability, Syntax and Vocabulary.
(10)
FOCUS ON LANGUAGE:
Functional Grammar
–
Tenses in context
–
Modals in context
–
Use of articles and propositions
–
Spoken Grammar in context.
(10)
WRITING:
Practice in writing

Note making
–
Summarizing
–
organizing and writing paragraphs and essays
–
Writing
messages
–
Reviews of stories and articles
–
Letter writing.
(12)
SPEAKING:
Speech making practice
–
Conversation practice using Role plays
–
simulated activities.
(10)
Total 42
TEXT BOOK
:
1.
Teaching material prepared by the faculty of English Departm
ent.
REFERENCES
:
1.
Kirn, Elaine and Pamela Hartmann, "Interactions I: A Reading Skills Book", McGraw

Hill
Publishing Company, New
York,
1990.
2.
Gunasekar, Paul, "Enrich Your English", Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2002.
3.
Jones, Leo, "Cambridge Advanced English", Foundation Books, New Delhi, 2001.
4.
McRae, John and Roy Boardman, "Reading Between The Lines", Foundation Books, New Delhi, 2000.
5.
Sinha, R.P., "Current English Grammar and Usage with Co
mposition", Oxford University
Press, New Delhi, 2002.
6.
Wallace, Michael J., "Study Skills in English", Foundation Books, New Delhi, 1999.
04O102
MATHEMATICS I
3 2 0 4
MATRICES:
Rank of a matrix, vector Space, basis, dimension. Linear trans
formation. Consistency and inconsistency of a
system of linear algebraic equations. Eigenvalues and Eigen vectors. Quadratic forms
–
reduction to canonical form
byorthogonal reduction.
(8)
APPLICATIONS OF DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS:
Curvature, circle of curvature, evolutes, involutes, envelopes. Statement of
Taylor’s series for a function of two variables. Maxima and Minima of two variables (Problems only).
Constrained maxima and
inima
–
Lagrange multipliers method.
(8)
MULTIPLE IN
TEGRALS:
Evaluation of multiple integrals, change of order of integration, application of multiple integrals to find
area enclosed by plane curves and volume of solids.
(9)
BETA AND GAMMA INTEGRALS
: Definition, relation connecting Beta and Gamma integrals, properties, evaluation of definite
integrals in terms of Beta and Gamma functions.
(8)
VECTOR CALCULUS
: Differentiation of vectors
–
gradient, divergence and curl, directional
derivative. Line,Surface and
Volume integrals
–
statements of Green’s Theorem, Gauss Divergence Theorem and Stoke’s Theorem, applications.
(9)
SELF STUDY
:
ALGEBRA
: concept of convergence
and divergence of an infinite series (No question need to be set). Binomial, Exponential
and Logarithmic series
–
summation of series using Binomial, Exponential and Logarithmic series, finding coefficient of X
n
in
power series expansion, approximation usi
ng Binomial, Exponential and Logarithmic series.
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Erwin Kreyszig, “Advanced Engineering Mathematics”, John Wiley & Sons, 2000.
2.
George B.Thomas. JR., Ross L.Finney, “Calculus and Analytical Geometry”,
Pearson Addiso
n Wesley, 1998.
REFERENCES:
1.
Riley K.F., Hobson M.P. and Bence S.J., “Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering”, Cambridge University
Press,
2002.
2.
Ray Wylie C., Louis C. Barrett, “Advanced Engineering Mathematics”, McGraw

Hil
l Inc, 1995.
3.
Veerarajan T., “ Engineering Mathematics”, Tata McGraw

Hill , New Delhi,
2001.
04O103 APPLIED PHYSICS I
3 0 0 3
ULTRASONICS:
Introduction. Production
–
magnetostriction effect, magnetostriction
generator, inverse piezoelectric effect,
piezoelectric generator.
Detection of ultrasonic.
Properties.
Cavitation.
Industrial applications
–
drilling, welding, soldering
and cleaning.
Non Destructive Testing
–
pulse echo system,
through transmission
, resonance system.
Medical applications
–
cardiology, neurology, ophthalmology, ultrasonic
imaging.
(9)
LASERS:
Introduction.
Principle of spontaneous emission and stimulated emission.
Population inversion, pumping.
Types of
lasers

He

Ne, CO
2
, Nd YAG, Excimer, Dye lasers ,Semiconductor laser.
Spectroscopic analysis of materials. Applications

lasers in microelectronics, welding, heat treatment, cutting, holography, defence and ranging.
Applications of Excimer and Dye
laser.
(9)
FIBER OPTICS
AND APPLICATIONS:
Principles.
Modes of propagation.
Fabrication technique

crucible

crucible technique.
Classification based on materials, refractive index profile.
Splicing.
Losses in optical fiber.
Light sources for fiber optics.
Detectors.
Fib
er optical communication links.
Fiber optic sensors

temperature, displacement, voltage and magnetic field
measurement.
(8)
QUANTUM PHYSICS:
Development of quantum theory.
Dual nature of matter and radiation

de Broglie wave length.
Uncertainty princip
le. Schrodinger’s equation.
Particle in a box.
Limitations of optical microscopy. Electron microscope.
Scanning electron microscopeTransmissionelectron microscope, STEM applications.
(8)
VACUUM SCIENCE:
Introduction.
Schematic diagram
of a vacuum system.
Applications and scope.
Pumping speed and
throughput.
Types of pumps

rotary pump, diffusion pump, turbo molecular pump.
Working principle and construction,
operation of gauges

pressure range, limitations and pumping characterist
ics, measurement of vacuum using Pirani and
Penning gauge.
(8)
Total
42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Gaur R K and Gupta S L, "Engineering Physics", Dhanpat Rai and Sons, New Delhi, 2002. (Unit 1)
2.
Tarasov L,” Laser Physics and Applications”, MIR Publis
hers, Moscow, 1986. (Unit 2)
3.
Allen R Shotwell, “An Introduction to Fiber Optics”, Indian Reprint, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 1997. (Unit 3)
4.
Arthur Beiser, “Concepts of Modern Physics”, Tata McGraw Hill Co., New Delhi, 1995. (Uni
t 4)
5.
Rao V V, Ghosh T B and Chopra K L, “Vacuum Science and Technology”, Allied Publishers Limited, New Delhi, 1998.
(Unit 5)
REFERENCES:
1.
Cyrus Glickstein,
“Basic Ultrasonics”, John R Rider Publisher Inc., New York, 1960.
2.
Ja
yakumar S and Annamalai V, “Engineering Physics”, R K Publishers, Coimbatore, 2003.
3.
Palanisamy P K, “Engineering Physics”, SCITECH Publications, Chennai, 2002.
4.
Rykalin N, Ageov A, Zuev I and Kokora A, "Laser and Electron Beam Materials
Processing", Mir Publications, Moscow,
1998.
5.
Kannan M D and Balusamy V, “Engineering Physics”, Vikas publishing house, New Delhi, 2003.
04O104 APPLIED CHEMISTRY I
3 0 0 3
THERMODYNAMICS:
Systems and surroundings, work and heat, measurement of work and heat, internal energy and
enthalpy, temperature variation of enthalpy. Limitations of first law and need for second law of thermodynamics, entropy and
second law, entropy changes in the surr
oundings, absolute entropy and third law of thermodynamics, spontaneity of chemical
reactions, properties of Gibbs free
(10)
WATER:
Hardness

unit, determination (EDTA method). Softening

principles of lime soda and zeolite
processes,
calculations, demineralization process.
Boiler troubles and remedies, removal of oils and silica, internal conditioning, treatment
of water for municipal supply, break point chlorination, desalination by electro dialysis and reverse osmosis, w
ater quality
standards and parameters.
(12)
POLYMER AND PLASTICS:
Introduction

classification, functionality of monomers, molecular weight of polymer.
Polymerization reactions

chain, condensation, co polymerization and co

ordination polymerizations, sy
nthetic rubber,
plastics

advantages and disadvantages,
thermo plastics and thermo set plastics, compounding of plastics, polymer processing by
injection, extrusion and blow mouldingtechniques.
(10)
ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY:
Air pollution, chemicals and
dust, metal toxicity, toxic materials and gases, causes and
prevention, global warming, ozone hole. Water pollution

sources, aerobic and anaerobic oxidation, BOD and COD definitions
and significance, sewage and its treatment.
(6)
CHEMISTRY OF ADVANCED MA
TERIALS:
Organic electronic material, solid oxide materials, memory materials,
Nanomaterials, Buckminster fullerenes.
(4)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Atkins P, “The Elements of Physical Chemistry”, Oxford Univ Press, New Delhi, 2001.
2.
Jain P C
and Monica Jain, “Engineering Chemistry”, Dhanpat Rai Publishing Company (P) Ltd., New Delhi, 2002.
3.
Gopalan R, Venkappayya D and Nagarajan S, “Engineering Chemistry”, Vikas publishing house private Ltd., New Delhi,
1999.
REFERENCES:
1.
Ku
maravel M, Kaniappan K, Murugavel S C and Senthilkumaar S, “Engineering Chemistry”, R.K. Publishers, Coimbatore,
2003.
2.
Sheik Mideen. A, “Engineering Chemistry

I”, Meenakshi Agency, Chennai, 2002.
04E106
BASICS OF ENGINEERIN
G
3 0 0 3
BASICS OF
CIVIL ENGINEERING
:
Stones, cement, concrete and timber. Building construction process

Site selection and
types of structures, Foundation types, Walls, Roofs.
(8)
Classification of loads

Stress and strain,Types, Modulus of Elasticity, modulus of Rigid
ity and Bulk modulus, ultimate and
working stress.
Surveying principles

Divisions of surveying, Chain surveying and Levelling.
(7)
BASICS OF MECHANICAL
ENGINEERING
:
Metal machinery
–
Lathe, Milling machine, Grinder. Ty
pes of Steels and Alloys.
CNC Systems. Hardening, tempering and annealing methods of heat treatment.
(7)
Metal forming

Rolling and forging process.
Metal joining

Cold and Hot Pressure Welding, Soldering and Brazing. Mechanical
power transmission

belt, chain and gear drives.
(7)
BASICS OF COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING:
Analog and Digital Signals

Definition and Examples. Data transmission
types

Pr
inciples of AM and FM Modulation, Demodulation, Pulse modulation.
(7)
Communication Systems

Principle of operation of Radio, TV, Microwave, Satellite and Optical communication systems with
block diagra
m.
(6)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS :
1.
Jayagopal .L.S and Rudramoorthy .R, "Elements of Civil and Me
chanical Engineering", Vikas Publishing house Pvt Ltd,
New Delhi, 2003.
2.
Murugesh Kumar.K and Jaganathan .V, "Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering”, Vikas Publishing house Pvt Ltd,
New Delhi, 2001.
REFERENCE:
1.
Shanmugham .G, "Basic Mechanical
Engineering", Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, Third Edition, 2000.
04E107
ENGINEERING GRAPHICS
2 0 3 3
1
:
Lettering practice, BIS specifications, Dimensioning and Geometrical construction.
(
4+5)
2
:
Orthographic projections of points and straight lines
(First angle projection only) excluding traces.
(
6+8)
3
:
Projections of planes and solids.
(
6+8)
4
:
Sections of solids and Development of surfaces.
(
4+7)
5
:
Conversion of pictorial views into orthographic views (Free hand sketching only).
(
3+6)
6
:
Isometric projections and views of solids.
(
3+5)
7:
Basic Elements and Commands in Auto CAD (Demo only and not for examination).
(
2+3
)
Total
L:28
P:42
TEXT BOOKS :
1.
Gopalakrishnana K.R. 'Engineering Drawing' Vol I & II, Subhas publishers,
Bangalo
re, 2001.
2.
Natarajan K V, "Engineering Drawing and Graphics", M/s Dhanalakshmi N, Chennai, 2003
REFERENCES:
1.
Bureau of Indian Standards, "Engineering Drawing practice for schools and colleges", SP: 46

1988,BIS, 1992
2.
Venugopal N, "Engin
eering Drawing and Graphics”, Wiley Eastern Ltd., 1993
04E209
APPLIED PHYSICS LAB
0 0 3 1
(Annual)
1.
Magnetic Hysteresis.
2.
Resistivity of Metals and Alloys

Carey Foster Bridge
3.
Band gap of Thermistor Material

Post Office Box.
4.
Efficiency of a solar cell.
5.
Lattice Parameters
–
Powder Photograph Technique.
6.
Electrical and Thermal conductivity of a Metallic wire

Wiedemann Franz Law.
7.
Temperature Coefficient of Resistance

Post Office Box.
8.
Chara
cteristics of Photo Diode.
9.
Demonstration of optical phenomena using He

Ne Laser.
10.
Demonstration of determination of laser parameters.
04E210 / 04L210 / 04Z210 / 04I210
APPLIED CHEMISTRY LAB
0 0 3 1
(Annual)
1.
Estimation of
oxalic acid.
1.
Estimation of hydrogen peroxide.
2.
Estimation of potassium dichromate.
3.
Estimation of total hardness of water by EDTA method.
4.
Conductometric estimation of a strong acid.
5.
Conductometric
determination of ionisation constant of a weak acid.
6.
Potentiometric estimation of a strong acid.
7.
Potentiometric estimation of ferrous ion.
8.
Determination of hardness of water by ion

exchange method.
10.
Anodising of Aluminiu
m and determination of thickness of anodic film and sealing and dyeing of anodic film.
SEMESTER II
04O201 COMMUNICATION SKILLS II
3 0 0 3
LISTENING:
Listening Comprehension

Listening for Specific Information

Information transferring.
(8)
SPEAKING:
Spe
aking in Technical Context
–
Describing a process, mechanism and making short speeches.
(12)
READING:
Comprehending reading material for professional purposes

scanning for details and making inferences

Practice
in cloze test to enhance global reading c
omprehension skills and appropriate linguistic knowledge.
(10)
WRITING:
1. Technical Composition
–
Definitions, Physical, Functional and process Descriptions.
2. Structure, Function and Types of Reports, Instructions
–
Writing
Laboratory Reports.
(12)
Total 42
TEXT BOOK:
1.
Teaching material prepared by the faculty of English Department.
REFERENCES:
1. Rutherford, Andrea .J., “basic Communication Skills for Technology” Addison Wesly Longman (Singapore), 2001.
2. Sharon
Gerson.J. and Steve Gerson.M., “ Technical Writing : Process and Product” Addison Wesly Longman ( Singapore),
2001.
3. John Seely “The oxford Guide to Writing and Speaking”, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 1998.
4. John Seely “Writing Reports”, Oxfor
d University Press, New York, 2002.
04O202
MATHEMATICS II
3 2 0 4
ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS:
Solutions of first order differential equations of the form dy/dx = (ax + by + c) / (a’x
+ b’y + c’), exact equation, integrating factors. Linear differenti
al equations of higher order with constant coefficients.
Euler’s
equations with variable coefficients. Simultaneous equations. Method of variation of parameters. Linear Equation of the 2nd
order

complete solution given one solution of homogeneous equatio
n.
(10)
APPLICATIONS OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
: Applications to electric circuits, bending of beams, problems on motion of
a particle in a resisting medium and simple harmonic motion. (Differential equations and associated conditions need to be
given).
(11
)
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS:
Definition of Bessel functions, Legendre polynomials

Recurrence relations, Generating functions,
orthogonality.
(10)
FOURIER SERIES
: Dirichlet’s conditions, statement of Fourier theorem. Fourier coefficients, change of scale, half ran
ge series,
complex form of Fourier Series, root mean square value.
(11)
SELF STUDY:
THREE DIMENSIONAL GEOMETRY
: Direction cosines and ratios, equation of planes, straight lines, shortest distance
between two skew lines,
sphere.
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS:
1. Erwin Kreyszig, “Advanced Engineering Mathematics”, John Wiley & Sons, 2000.
2. Ray Wylie C., Louis C. Barrett, “
Advanced
Engineering Mathematics”, McGraw

Hill Inc, 1995.
REFERENCES:
1. Ri l ey K. F.,Hobson M.P. and Bence
S. J. “Mathematical Methods for Physi cs and Engi neeri ng”, Ca
mbri dge Uni versi ty Press, 2002.
2. George B.Thomas. JR., Ross L Fi nney, “Cal cul us and Analytical Geometry”, Pearson Addison Wesl ey, 1998.
3. Veeraraj an T., “ Engineeri ng Mathematics”, Tata McGraw

Hi ll , New Del hi, 2001.
04E203
APPLIED PHYSICS II
3 0 0 3
ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES:
Drude
–
Lorentz theory of electrical conduction.
Thermal conductivity

Weidmann

Franz law.
Fermi

Dirac statistics.
Band theory of solids
–
Distinction among conduct
ors, Semiconductors and insulators.
Factors affecting
resistivity of metal

Temperature, alloying, magnetic field and strain. Crystal defects and their role in electrical properties.
Applications of conductors

Strain gauges, transmission lines, contact
materials, precision resistors, heating elements,
resistance thermometers.
(9)
SEMICONDUCTING MATERIALS:
Elemental and compound semiconductors.
Structure of graphite, diamond, silicon and
germanium. Carrier concentration in intrinsic and extrinsic
semiconductors.
Theory of p

n junction, abrupt and linearly graded
junction.
Direct and indirect band gap semiconductors.
Semiconductor devices
–
LDR, LED, photo diode, Solar cells, Hall
effect devices.
(9)
MAGNETIC MATERIALS
: Ferro and ferri
magnetic materials
–
Properties.
Heisenberg and domain theory of ferromagnetism,
Hysteresis.
Ferrites
–
structure, preparation and applications.
Floppy disks, CD ROM, Magneto opticalrecording.
(8)
DIELELCTRIC MATERIALS:
Qualitative study of various t
ypes of polarisation.
Electric dipole moment determination.
Clausius

Mosotti relation.
Effect of temperature and frequency on dielectric constant.
Dielectric loss.
Ferroelectric materials
–
Classification, BaTiO
3
and PZT.
Piezoelectric materials.
A
pplications of ferroelectric and piezoelectric materials.
Breakdown
mechanisms.
Classification of insulating materials on temperature basis.
(8)
MODERN ENGINEERING MATERIALS:
Superconductivity.
Types of superconductors

High Tc superconductors,
Comparison with low Tc superconductors.
Applications of superconductors. Metallic glasses
–
Preparation, Properties,
applications.
Shape Memory Alloys (SMA)
–
C
haracteristics, Properties of NiTi alloy, application, advantag
es and
disadvantages of SMA.
Nanophase materials
–
Synthesis techniques, properties, applications, materials for Liquid Crystal
Devices.
(8)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
William D Callister, Jr,
“Material Science and Engineering”, John Wiley and Sons, New
York, 2002.
2.
Leonid V Azaroff and James J Brophy, “Electronic Processes in Materials”, McGraw Hill Co., New York, 1990.
REFERENCES:
1.
Jasprit Singh, “Semiconductor Devices
–
Basic Principle”, Wiley John & Sons, Inc., New York, 2000.
2.
Jayakumar S,
“Materials Science”, R K Publishers, Coimbatore, 2003.
3.
Raghavan V, “Materials Science and Engineering

A first course”, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2001.
4.
Srivastava J P, “ “Elements of Solid State Physics”, Prentice Hall of India, New Delh
i, 2001.
5.
Palanisamy P K, “Materials Science”, SCITECH Publications, Chennai, 2003.
04E204 / 04L204 / 04Z204 / 04I204 APPLIED CHEMISTRY II
3 0 0 3
ELECTROCHEMISTRY:
Electrode potential, standard hydrogen, calomel, glass and redox
electrodes, EMF series, galvanic
cell, reversible and irreversible cells, Nernst equation, concentration cells, conductometric acid

base titrations,
potentiometric
acid

base and redox titrations.
(10)
CORROSION:
Chemical and electrochemical corrosion

mechanism, galvanic corrosion, differential oxygenation corrosion,
area effect, galvanic series, corrosion prevention and control

material selection and design, cathodic protection, use of
inhibitors.
(6)
METAL FINISHING:
Electroplating

fundamentals o
f electroplating

general requirements of plating process: power supply,
plating tanks, electrolytes, electrodes, organic additives. Some typical electroplating conditions for copper, nickel and chr
omium
plating. Applications

electroplating in electroni
c industry, printed circuit boards, electrical contacts and connectors. Electroless
plating

composition and operating conditions for nickel and copper electroless plating, applications.
(11)
CONVERSION COATING:
Industrial sul
phuric acid anodizing

operating conditions, dyeing and sealing of anodic film,
determination of thickness, applications of anodizing.
Electropolishing, metals and material processing, electroforming of wave
guides, electrochemical machining.
(6)
ELECTROCHEMICAL POWER SOURCES:
Types of batteries

battery characteristics

components reactions, functioning and
maintenance of Lechlanche, lead

acid, nickel

cadmium cells, introduction to lithium batteries. Fuel cells

Bischoff’s and Bacon
cells.
(9)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Puri and Sharma, “Principles of physical chemistry”, S.Nagin and Company, Delh
i, 2003.
2.
Derek Pletcher and Frank C Walsh, “Industrial electrochemistry”, Blackie academic and Professional, London, 1993.
3.
Jain. P C and Monica Jain, “Engineering Chemistry”, Dhanpat Rai publishing Company,
New Delhi, 2002.
REFERENCE
S:
1.
Lowenheim F A, “Electroplating”, McGraw Hill, 1978.
2.
Fedo ‘tev N P, “Electropolishing anodizing and Electrolytic pickling of metals”, 1958.
04E108 / 04L108 / 04
Z208 / 04I108
WORKSHOP PRACTICE
0 0 4 2
FITTING AND SHEET METAL
WORKING:
Fitting tools
–
fitting operations, measurement and checking, fitting exercise,
different types of joints, sheet metal working tools, operations, different types of joints, sheet metal exercises.
(9)
CARPENTRY AND PLUMBING:
Carpentry tools
–
carpentry process, carpentry exercises, different types of joints,
basic
plumbing and electrical tools, exercises involving house hold plumbing fittings.
(10)
FOUNDRY:
Foun
dry tools
–
preparation of moulding sand, patterns, cores, foundry exercises preparation of simple moulds.
(10)
WELDING:
Arc welding tools and equipments, welding symbols, arc welding exercises, Different types of joints,
Demonstration
of gas welding an
d gas cutting
(10)
SOLDERING:
Soldering tools
–
soldering exercises involving electronic components and IC base, study of electronic c
ircuits.
(9)
ELECTRICAL WIRING:
Basic domestic wiring
–
parallel and serial wiring, two way switches connection, tube light wiring.
Demonstration of house hold electrical appliances.
(8)
Total
56
04E209
APPLIED PHYSICS LAB
0 0 3 1
(Annual)
1.
Magnetic Hysteresis.
2.
Resistivity of Metals and Alloys

Carey Foster Bridge
3.
Band gap of Thermistor Material

Post Office Box.
4.
Efficiency of a solar cell.
5.
Lattice Parameters
–
Powder Photograph Technique.
6.
Electrical and Thermal conductivity of a Metallic wire

Wiedemann Franz Law.
7.
Temperature Coefficient of Resistance

Post Office Box.
8.
Characteristics of Photo Diode.
9.
Demonstration of optical phenomena using He

Ne Laser.
10.
Demonstration of determination of laser parameters.
04E210 / 04L210 / 04Z210 / 04I210
APPLIED CHEMISTRY LAB
0 0 3 1
(Annual)
1.
Estimation of oxalic acid.
1.
Estimation of hydrogen peroxide.
2.
Estimation of potassium
dichromate.
3.
Estimation of total hardness of water by EDTA method.
4.
Conductometric estimation of a strong acid.
5.
Conductometric determination of ionisation constant of a weak acid.
6.
Potentiometric estimation of a strong
acid.
7.
Potentiometric estimation of ferrous ion.
8.
Determination of hardness of water by ion

exchange method.
10.
Anodising of Aluminium and determination of thickness of anodic film and sealing and dyeing of anodic film.
SEMESTER III
04O105 C PROGRAMMING
3 0 2 4
INTRODUCTION:
Need for studying Computer Programming Languages. Role of Programming Languages. Problem definition
and analysis. Developing algorithm. Procedural Programming (modular and structural)

Top

Down approach. Program
compilation, execution, debugging and testing
(3)
C LANGUAGE BASICS:
C language program structure,
C Character set, identifiers and keywords. Data types
–
Constants,
variables. Arrays. Declaration. Expression. Statements. Symbolic Constants. Operators &
Expressions
–
Arithmetic operators,
unary operators, relational & logical operators,
assignment operators, conditional operator, comma operator. Library Functions
–
Data input and output function.
(4)
CONTROL STATEMENTS:
Conditional Branches

if stateme
nt, types of if statement, switch case, break, continue go to
statement. Conditional control statement

while statement, do while statement, for loop,
nested for loops.
(5)
FUNCTIONS:
Defining a function, accessing a function, passing arguments to functi
ons, function signatures (specifying
arguments data type), function prototypes, nested function call. Storage classes
–
Auto, static, register and external variables.
(5)
ARRAYS:
Defining an array, declaration of array, Initialization of array, assignment
of array, processing array,
passing array to
a function, two and multi dimensional array, array and
strings.
(4)
POINTERS:
Pointer variable declaration, initialization and assignment, pointers to a function, pointers and one dimensional
array and multi d
imensional array, operating a pointers, array of pointers,
passing function to other functions.
(6)
STRUCTURES AND UNIONS:
Definitions, processing a structure, user defined data types, structures and pointers, passing
structure to functions, self referen
tial and nested structures. Defining a Union, processing unions, structures and unions
comparison.
(6)
FILES:
Introduction to files, file access, file organization, file operations (open, close, read, write, etc.)
(5)
Preprocessor Directives
: Bit fields.
Command line arguments. Bit wise operators.
(4)
Total 42
LIST OF PRACTICALS:
SIMPLE PROGRAMS USING DECISION

MAKING AND LOOPING STATEMENTS
1.
Write a program to calculate the simple interest, given the principle, period and rate of interest.
(Simple Interest = PNR /
100)
2.
Write a program to convert the temperature from Fahrenheit to Centigrade and vice versa. ( F = 1.8 x C +32 ; C = ( F

32
) / 1.8 )
3.
Write a program to find the largest of 3 numbers using the minimum possib
le checks. (Simple if)
4.
Write a program to convert binary to decimal number using while loop.
5.
Write a program to find all possible roots of quadratic equation using switch case.
6.
Write a program to read a particular number and
to check whether it is a prime number or not.
7.
The telephone company has to print up the bills for its customers at the following rate:
For the 1
st
50 calls
rate is Rs.25 (Fixed)
For the next 100 calls
rate is Rs.6 (per 10 calls)
For the next 200 calls
rate is Rs.7 (per 10 calls)
For more than 350 calls
rate is Rs.8 (per 5 calls)
Write a program to do the above and the output should be in the following order Customer name, Number of Calls and the
Total Bill.
PROGRAMS USI
NG FUNCTIONS
8.
Write a program using function that will round a floating point number to an indicated decimal place. For example, the
number 12.758
9.
would yield the value 12.76 when it is rounded off to two decimal places.
10.
Write a function exchange to interchange the values of two variables say x and y.
11.
Write a recursive function that will generate and print first n Fibonacci series.
PROGRAMS USING ARRAYS
12.
Write a program to merge two different sized arrays
and eliminate the duplicate from the merged array.
13.
Write a menu driven program for inserting an element into an array and for deleting an element from the array. Program
should also have the provision for deleting the duplicates in an array.
14.
Write a program to multiply two matrices. Use separate functions to read, process and print the data in matrix form. Also
find the trace and transpose of the given matrix.
15.
A list of N numbers is given. Write a program to find
Their average and s
tandard deviation.
The number of integers, which are greater than equal to a specified number in the list.
16.
Using arrays write a program to arrange the given set of N numbers in ascending order and hence to pick the greatest
and the smallest
number
. And also find the presence of a specified number.
STRING HANDLING PROGRAMS
17.
Write a program to count number of vowels, consonants, words, white spaces and other characters in a given line of text.
18.
Write a program to check whether the giv
en string is a palindrome or not.
19.
Write a program to find the occurrence of a sub string in a main string and if found replace it with new string.
20.
Write a program to sort the set of names in alphabetical order.
21.
Write a program using
gets () and puts () which converts a given ‘C’ program typed in uppercase to a program in
lowercase.
PROGRAMS USING STRUCTURES
22.
Create a structure to store the following details:
Rollno, Name, Mark1,Mark2,Mark3, Total, Average, Result and Class
.
Write a program to read Rollno, name and 3 subject marks. Find out the total, result and class as follows:
a.
Total is the addition of 3 subject marks.
b.
Result is “Pass” if all subject marks are greater than or equal to 50 else “Fail”.
c.
Class will be awarded for students who have cleared 3 subjects
i)
Class “Distinction” if average >=75
ii)
Class “First” if average lies between 60 to 74 (both inclusive)
iii)
Class “Second” if average lies bet
ween 50 & 59 (both inclusive)
d.
Repeat the above program to manipulate 10 students’ details and sort the structures as per rank obtained
by them.
23.
Define a structure that can describe the employees with the fields Eno, Ename, Basic. Write a pr
ogram to calculate DA =
32% of Basic, HRA = 15% of Basic,
CCA = 10% of BASIC, PF = 15% of Basic and print all details with Netpay. All
processing should be using pointer notation.
PROGRAMS USING POINTERS
24.
Write a program to count the number of c
onsonants, vowels, digits, white spaces and other characters in a line of
text
using pointers.
25.
Write menu driven program to perform all string handling operations using pointers.
26.
Write a program to sort a list of strings in an alphabetical or
der (using pointers with DMA).
27.
Write a menu driven program to perform addition, subtraction and multiplication of matrices using pointers.
28.
Write a program to search for an element using binary search.
29.
Write a program for encryption of
a given sentence and decryption of the same sentence.
PROGRAMS ON FILE MANAGEMENT
30.
Write a program to generate a file containing the list of customers and their telephone numbers. Use a structure variable
to
store the information. Display the cus
tomer name if the telephone number is specified.
31.
A file named DATA contains a series of integer numbers. Code a program to read these numbers and then write all odd
numbers to a file called ODD and all even numbers to a file called EVEN.
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Kernighan B.W., Ritchie D.M., “
C Programming Language (ANSI C)
”, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., 2000
2.
Deitel & Deitel, “
C
–
How to Program
”, Pearson Education, 2001
REFERENCES:
1.
Herbert Schildt, “
C
–
The Complete Reference
”,
McGraw Hill, 2002
2.
Al Kelley and Ira Pohl, “
A book on C
”, Pearson Education, 2001
04E206 ELECTRIC CIRC
UITS
3 1 0 4
DC CIRCUITS
:
Electrical Quantities

Charge, current, potential and power

Circuit elements

active and passive elements

voltage and current sources. Circuit laws: Ohm's law

Kirchhoff's voltage law (KVL) and Kirchhoff's current law (KCL)

analysis
of circuits u
sing KVL and KCL
(8)
SINGLE

PHASE AC CIRCUITS
:
Introduction to time varying and alternating quantities

Average and RMS values

Form
factor

Use of complex notation

Phasor representation of variables

Steady state solution using phasor algebra

Analysis of
series and parallel circuits

Apparent power

Power factor
–
Active and Reactive power

Star

delta transformation.
(7
)
MESH AND NODAL ANALY
SIS
:
Networks

Loop current variables

loop current equations

Node voltage variables

Node
voltag
e equations

Matrix method of solving network equations.
(7)
NETWORK THEOREMS
:
Superposition theorem

Thevenin's theorem

Norton's theorem

Maximum power transfer theorem.
(6)
RESONANCE IN ELECTRI
CAL CIRCUITS
:
Series and Parallel resonance

Variation
of impedance and phase angle with
frequency

Bandwidth of resonant circuits

Q factor

selectivity.
(9)
INTRODUCTION TO PSPI
CE:
Simulation and analysis of electrical circuits using PSPICE.
(5)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS :
1.
Eugene Xavier.S.P, "Electric Circuit Analysis", New Age International (P) Ltd. Publishers, New Delhi, 2003.
2.
Edminister.J.A. and Nahvi.M, "Theory and Problems of Electric Circuits", Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, Third Edition,1999.
REFERENCES:
1.
Muhammed.H.Rashid, "SPICE for Circuits and Electronics using PSPICE", Prentice Hall of India, Second Edition,
New Delhi, 1996.
2.
Naser.S.A, "Schaum's
3000 Solved Problems in Electric Circuits", Book 1 and 2, McGraw Hill, 1989.
04E301 / 04L301 / 04Z301 / 04I301
SYSTEM ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS
3 1 0 4
LAPLACE TRANSFORMS:
Laplace transform, inverse transform, shifting, transforms of derivatives and in
tegrals, unit step
functions, second shifting theorem, dirac’s delta function, differentiation and integration of transforms, convolution, trans
form of
periodic functions. Solution of ordinary linear differential equations with constant coefficients and in
tegral equations by Laplace
transform technique.
(8)
FOURIER TRANSFORMS:
Fourier transforms, finite and infinite Fourier sine and cosine transforms, transforms of standard
functions, properties, convolution theorem (statement only). Discrete Fourier and Fa
st Fourier Transform
–
discrete convolution,
periodic sequence and circular convolution, DTFT, decimation

in

time algorithm, decimation

in

frequency algorithm,
computation of inverse DFT.
(8)
Z

TRANSFORMS:
Z
–
transform of standard functions, inverse Z

tr
ansform (Partial fraction expansions), properties of Z

transform. Solution of difference equations.
(4)
COMPLEX VARIABLES:
Analytic functions

Cauchy

Riemann equations in Cartesian and Polar

coordinates, statement of
sufficient conditions, properties of
analytic functions, singularities, construction of analytic functions whose real / imaginary part
is given. Complex integration

Cauchy 's fundamental theorem and formula, Taylor's series, Laurent's series, Residue theorem
(Statement only), evaluation of
real integrals using Contour integration along semi circle and unit circle.
(9)
LINEAR ALGEBRA
: Introduction to vectors, norm of a vector.
Euclidean vector spaces. Linear transformation from R
n
to R
m
–
properties of Linear transformations. Real vector
spaces. Subspaces. Linear Independence. Basis and Dimension. Rank and
nullity. Eigen values and Eigen vectors. Inner Product spaces

inner product, angle and orthogonality. Orthonormal bases

Gram
–
Schmidt Process, best approximation. Orthogonal matrices
. Change of basis. General Linear transformations. Kernel
and range. Inverse Linear transformations.
(9)
FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS:
Definitions and Examples
–
Metric space, open sets, closed sets, bounded sets, Normed spaces.
Continuous linear transformation.
(4)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS:
1
.
Erwin Kreyszig “Advanced Engineering Mathematics ’’, John Wiley & Sons, Singapore, 2001
2.
Howard Anton, Chirs Rorres, “ Elementary Linear Algebra” , John Wiley &
Sons, Singapore, 2000
3.
Robert A.
Gabel, Richard A. Roberts,
“Signals and Linear Systems”, John Wiley & Sons, Singapore, 1995
REFERENCES :
1.
Dennis G.Zill, Michael R.Cullen, “Advanced Engineering Mathematics”, Jones and Barlett Publishers Inc., 2000.
2.
Ray
Wylie. C, Louis C.
Barrett, “Advanced Engineering Mathematics”, McGraw
–
Hill Inc, New York, 1995.
1.
Ronald N.Bracewell, “The Fourier Transform and its Applications”, McGraw Hill Inc, New York, 1986.
2.
David
C. Lay, “ Linear Algebra and its Applications”, A
ddison

Wesley , 2003.
5.
J. Tinsely oden, Leszek F. Demkowicz ,” Applied Fuctional Analysis” , CRC Press, New York, 1996.
04E302
HEAT ENGINES AND FLUID MACHINERY
3 0 0 3
HEAT ENGINES :
Steam power plant
–
Layout of modern steam power plant, principle of operation of modern high pressure boilers, condensers,
cooling towers, draught system, steam turbines
–
impulse type, reaction type.
Principles of operation of Gas turbine.
(5)
IC Engi
nes
–
Principles of operation, 2 stroke and 4 stroke engines, Petrol and Diesel engines. Conventional and Electronic
ignition system, cooling and lubrication methods.
(6)
Performance characteristic of constant speed engines

Port timing and Valve timing
diagram, calculation of fuel consumption,
output power, mechanical and thermal efficiencies, Selection of engines.
(5)
One dimensional heat conduction through plane wall, cylinder and spheres. Use of fins in
heat transfer, elementary idea about
free and forced convection.
Heat exchanger
–
parallel, counter and cross flow.
Principles of Radiation heat transfer.
(5)
FLUID MACHINERY:
Introduction
–
Layout of hydroelectric power plant, classification of turbines, energy transfer between fluid and rotor.
Flow
through machines
–
specific speed & its significance.
(6)
Hydraulic turbines
–
impulse type, Pelton wheel, reaction type, Francis, Kaplan and Propeller
–
Principle of operation,
performance of turbines, draft tube.
(5)
Hydraulic pumps
–
classification, Reciprocating and centrifugal pumps, performance studies, fluid coupling and torque
converter.
(5)
Compressors
–
classification, Reciprocating and centrifugal compressors, applications, characterist
ics, Surging and stalling.
(5)
T
otal
42
TEXT BOOKS :
1.
Ko
thandaraman, C.P., and Domkundwar, S., “Thermal Engineering”, Dhanpat Rai and Sons, Delhi, 1989.
2.
Ganesan. V, “ Internal Combustion Engines”, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd, New Delhi, 1994.
3.
Sachdeva.R.C, “ Fundamentals of Engineeri
ng, Heat and Mass Transfer, New Age International Publishers, New
Delhi, 1998
4.
R.K.Bansal, “ Fluid mechanics & Hydraulic machines ”,
Lakshmi Publications, 1998
REFERENCE :
1.
Govinda Rao
, N.S., “Fluid Flow Machines”, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd, New Delhi, 1983.
04E305 ELECTROMAGNETI C FIELDS
3 0 0 3
INTRODUCTION
:
Review of Vector algebra. Coordinate Systems
–
Gradient, Divergence, and Curl Operators. Line, Surface
and
Volume integrals.
(4)
STATIC ELECTRIC FIEL
DS
:
Coulomb’s law
–
Electric field intensity, Determination of field due to point charge, line, surface
and volume charge distributions, Electric flux density. Gauss’s law
–
Applications of Gauss’s law. Divergence
theorem.
(5)
POTENTIAL
:
Absolute potential
–
Potential difference, Potential calculation for different charge configurations, Potential
Gradient. Electric Dipole. Energy density in electrostatic field. Conductors
–
Continuity of Current, Current and curr
ent density,
Properties of conductors. Point form of Ohm’s law. Boundary conditions involving conductors and free space.
(5)
ELECTROSTATIC FIELDS
IN DIELECTRIC MEDIA
:
Dielectric
–
Polarization, Effect of polarization on field. Maximum stress
theory. Bo
undary conditions involving conductors and dielectrics.
(5)
CAPACITANCE
:
Determination
of
Capacitance
for
different charge
configurations
–
Meth
od of images, Energy
storage in
a capacitor. Solution of Electrostatic problems
–
Poisson’s and Laplace’s equations, Uniqueness theorem, Solution of Laplace
equation of single variable only.
(4)
STEADY

STATE
MAGNETIC
FIELD
:
Biot Savart’s
law.
Ampere’s circuital law
–
Magnetic field intensity, Stokes’ theorem,
Magnetic flux and flux density, Scalar
and Vector magnetic potentials.
(5)
MAGNETIC
FORCE
:
Force on a moving charge. Force on a differential current element. Force between two differential
current element
s. Force and Torque on a closed circuit. Magnetic Materials. Boundary conditions at the interface of two
different magnetic materials.
(5)
INDUCTANCE
:
Self and mutual inductance
–
Inductance of Solenoid, Toroid , Coaxial cable and Transmission line. Ene
rgy
density in magnetic field. Lifting force of a magnet.
(4)
TIME VARYING FIELD
:
Faraday’s Law
–
Displacement Current Density, Maxwell’s Equations. Electro Magnetic Wave
equations
–
Poynting Theorem
(5)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Matthew N O Sadiku, “Elements of Electromagnetics”, Oxford University Press, Third Edition, 2003.
2.
William .H.Hayt, Jr., John A.Buck, ‘Engineering Electromagnetics’, Tata McGraw Hill edition, New Delhi, Third
Edition2002.
REFERENCES
:
1.
Joseph. A.Edminister, ‘Theory and Problems of Electromagnetics’, Second edition, Schaum’s Outline Series,
Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi,
2004.
2.
Gangadhar, K.A., “Field Theory”, Khanna Publishers, 15
th
Edition, Third Reprint 2004.
04E307
HEAT ENGINES AND FLUID MACHINERY LAB
0 0 3 1
1.
Experimental Study of Valve Timing Diagram on Four Stroke IC Engines.
2.
Experimental study
of port timing diagram on two stroke IC
engines
3.
Performance Study of IC Engines.
4.
Heat Balance Test on IC Engines.
5.
Experimental Study on Variable Speed IC Engines.
6.
Performance Test on Multi Stage and Variable Speed Centrifugal Pumps
7.
Performance Test on Reciprocating Pump.
8.
Load Test on Impulse Water Turbine.
9.
Load Test on Reaction Water T
urbine.
10.
Performance Test on Centrifugal Blower.
SEMESTER IV
04E205
ELECTRONIC DEVICES
3 0 0 3
P

N JUNCTION DIODE
:
V

I characteristics

static and dynamic resistance, Temperature dependence of characteristics,
diffusion and transition capacitances, Diode as a circuit element, small signal and large signal models. Elementary applicati
ons

Clippers and clampers, Diode
switching times, p

n junction diode ratings. Breakdown phenomena in diodes

zener diodes.
The metal

semiconductor junction

Schottky barrier diodes.
(9)
BIPOLAR JUNCTION TRA
NSISTOR
:
Physical behaviour of a BJT
–
Ebers

Moll model, large signal curre
nt gains. Modes of
transistor operation

Common base, common emitter and common collector configurations, Input and output characteristics,
Early effect,
regions of operation. AC and DC load lines

Need for stability of Q

Point. Bias stability

fixed b
ias, collector to
base bias, self bias. Transistor switching times

Transistor as a switch and an amplifier. High frequency effects.
BJT ratings.
Introduction to phototransistors.
(9)
JUNCTION FIELD EFFEC
T TRANSISTOR
:
JFET operation

V

I characteristics
, transfer characteristics, regions of operation.
DC analysis

JFET biasing. Small signal JFET model, JFET as a switch, voltage variable resistor and an amplifier.
(6)
MOSFET
:
Constructional details

Operation of enhancement and depletion type MOSFETs ,
V

I characteristics, transfer
characteristics, analytic expression for drain current. Comparison of PMOS and NMOS devices

MOSFET biasing, MOSFET
as a switch, resistor and amplifier. Introduction to CMOS devices.
(8)
INTEGRATED CIRCUIT F
ABRICATION
:
Mo
nolithic IC technology

Planar processes, Epitaxial growth, Oxidation,
Photolithography, Diffusion, Ion implantation, metallization.
BJT fabrication

need for buried layer, Junction and dielectric
isolation, Fabrication of p

n

p, multiple emitter transi
stors. Monolithic diodes. Fabrication of FETs, NMOS enhancement and
depletion MOSFETs, self isolation, CMOS technology. Monolithic IC Resistors: sheet resistance

diffused, ion implanted,
epitaxial, pinch, MOS and thin film resistors. Monolithic IC capaci
tors

junction, MOS and thin film capacitors. IC packaging.
Microelectronic circuit layout.
(10)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS :
1.
Millman.J, Grabel.A, "Microelectronics", Tata McGraw

Hill Publishing Company Ltd., Second Edition, New Delhi 1987.
2.
Boylestead.L.R and Nashelsky.L, "Electronic Devices and Circuit theory", Pearson Education India, Eighth Edition,New
Delhi, 2002.
REF
ERENCES:
1.
Adel.S.Sedra and Kenneth.C.Smith, "Microelectronic Circuits", Oxford University Press, Newyork, 1998.
2.
Thomas.L.Floyd, "Electronic Devices", Pearson Education India, Sixth Edition, New Delhi, 2000.
3.
David.A.Bell, "Electronic Device
s and Circuits", Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, Third Edition 2000.
04E306 NETWORK THEOR
Y
3 1 0 4
THREE PHASE CIRCUITS
:
Phase voltages and currents
–
Phase sequence, Line and phase quantities, Phasor diagram.
Balanced and unbalanced loads
–
Analys
is of balanced load, Analysis of unbalanced load, Neutral shift method.
(7)
POWER MEASUREMENTS I
N THREE PHASE CIRCUI
TS:
Single and two Wattmeter methods
–
Balanced and unbalanced
loads, Power factor calculation, Reactive power measurements, Power measurements in four wire systems
(
5)
COUPLED CIRCUITS:
Self inductance
–
Co

efficient of coupling, Dot convention, Analysis of
coupled circuits, Ideal
transformer, Analysis of single tuned and double tuned circuits involving mutual inductance.
(8)
NETWORK TRANSIENTS:
Transient concepts
–
Transient response of simple RL, RC series and parallel circuits, Transient
response of RLC
series and parallel circuits, Solution of RL, RC and RLC series and parallel circuits for step input and
sinusoidal excitations using Laplace transform method.
(9)
NETWORK FUNCTIONS:
Two port network parameters
–
Poles and zeros, Properties of network fu
nctions, Time domain
behaviour from Pole
–
Zero plot.
(6)
NETWORK SYNTHESIS:
Realisability concept
–
Hurwitz property, Positive realness, Properties of positive real functions.
Synthesis of RL, RC and LC driving point impedance functions using simple can
onical networks, Foster and Cauer forms.
(7)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Joseph.A.Edminister and M Nahvi, “Theory and problems of Electric circuits”, Tata McGraw Hill
Publishing company,
New Delhi, 3
rd
Edition, Reprint 2003.
2.
Gopal G.B., Prem R.C. and Duresh C.K, “Engineering Network Analysis and Filter Design”, Umesh Publications, 1
st
Edition, Reprint,
2003.
REFERENCES :
1.
A Sudhakar and Shyammohan S Palli , “Circuits and Networks:Analysis and Synthesis
”, Tata McGraw Hill
Publishing
company, New Delhi,
2
nd
Edition,2002.
2.
Umesh Shinha,” Network Analusis and Synthesis”, Satya Prakashan, New Delhi, Reprinted Edition,1997.
3.
W. H. Hayt and J E Kemmerly, “ Engineering Circuit Analysis”, Mc
Graw

Hill International Edition, 2003.
04C007/04E401/ 04T401 PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
3 1 0 4
PROBABILITY AND CONCEPT OF RANDOM VARIABLE :
Axiomatic approach to probability, law of addition of probability,
conditional probability, multiplication law of Probability, Baye’s theorem. Discrete and continuous random variables

probability
distributions, joint probability distributions, marginal
and
conditional density functions, statistical independence,
mathematical
expectation.
(8)
PROBABILITY DISTRIBU
TIONS AND APPLICATIO
NS:
Discrete distributions
–
Binomial, Poisson and Geometric distribution.
Continuous distributions
–
Uniform, Normal, Ex
ponential and Weibull distributions. moment generating functions, mean and
variance.
(7)
STOCHASTIC PROCESSES:
Introduction, classification of stochastic processes. Markov Chains

discrete time
Markov
chain, computation of n

Step transition probabilitie
s, state classification and limiting probabilities.
(8)
CORRELATION AND REGR
ESSIONS:
Simple linear correlation and regression, multiple regression analysis, multiple and
partial
Correlation Coefficients.(No
derivation).
(3)
THEORY OF ESTIMATION
:
Point es
timation
–
properties of estimation. Interval estimation
–
estimates of mean, standard
deviation and properties .(No Derivation)
(4 )
TESTS OF HYPOTHESES
:
Level of significance, type I and type II errors. Large sample tests

tests
for mean, standard
d
eviation, proportions. Small
sample tests

tests based on t, F and Chi

square distributions.
(5 )
ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE
:
Introduction to design of experiments, Analysis of
variance

CRD
and
RBD
models.
(4)
STATISTICAL QUALITY
CONTROL
: Statistica
l basis for control charts, control limits. Control charts for variables

R charts.
Charts for defectives
–
p and
np
charts. Charts for defects
–
c
chart.
(3)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Trivedi
K.S.
“Probability and
Statistics with Reliability, Queuing
and Computer
Applications”, Prentice Hall, 2003.
2.
Miller & Freund’s “Probability and Statistics for Engineers”,
Pearson Education, 2000.
3.
Medhi.J. " Stochastic Processes", New Age Inte
rnational Publishers , 2002.
REFERENCES:
1.
Douglas
C.
Montgomery and George
C. Runger, “ Applied
Statistics
and Probability
for Engineers”, John Wiley
and
Sons,1999.
2.
Jay L.Devore, “Probability and Statistics for Engineering and the
Sciences”, Thomson Asia
Pvt
Ltd., Singapore, 2002.
04E404 SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS
3 0 0 3
INTRODUCTION :
Continuous Time(CT) signals
–
CT signal operations, Discrete Time (DT) signals, Representation of DT
signals by impulses, DT signal operations, CT and
DT systems, Properties of the systems, Linear Time Invariant (LTI) and
Linear Shift Invariant (LSI) systems, Continuous and Discrete Convolutions,
CT System representation by differential equation,
DT System representation by difference equation.
(9)
FO
URIER ANALYSIS OF CT SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS :
Fourier Series representation of CT periodic signals (CTFS)
–
Properties, Convergence of Fourier series, Fourier series and LTI systems, Representation of
CT aperiodic signals by Fourier
Transform (CTFT), Proper
ties, Frequency response of LTI systems haracterized by differential equations,
power and energy
spectral density,
Parseval’s relation.
(12)
DISCRETISATION OF CT SIGNALS :
Representation of CT signals by samples
–
Sampling theorem. Sampling Methods
–
I
mpulse, Natural and Flat

top sampling, Reconstruction of a CT signal from its samples. Effect of under sampling
–
Aliasing
error, Discrete Time processing of CT signals.
(5)
FOURIER ANALYSIS OF DT SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS :
Fourier Series representation of DT periodic signals (DTFS)
–
Properties, Representation of DT aperiodic signals by Fourier Transform (DTFT), Properties, Frequency response of LSI
systems haracterized by difference equations, power and energy spectral dens
ity concepts related to DT signal, Parseval’s
relation.
(10)
TRANSFORM
OPERATIONS ON DT SIG
NALS AND SYSTEMS :
Z transform and its Properties
–
Inverse Z transform
–
Solution of Difference Equations

Analysis of LSI systems using Z transform.
(6)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Alan V. Oppenheim, Alan S. Willsky and S.Hamid Nawab.”Signals and Systems”, Pearson Education / Prentice Hall
of India, 2004.
2.
Simon Haykin and Barry Van Veen, “ Signals and Systems”, John Wiley & Sons, 2002.
REFERENCES:
1.
M.J.Roberts, “Signals and Systems”, Analysis Using Transform Methods and MATLAB, Tata McGraw
–
Hill , second
reprint, 2003.
2.
I.J.Nagrath, S.N.Sharan, R.Ranjan, S.Kumar, “Signals and Systems”,Tata McGraw
–
Hill ,first rep
rint,2002.
3.
Rodger E.Ziemer, William H.Tranter, D.Ronald Fannin.,”Signals and Systems :Continuous and Discrete”, Pearson
Education, fourth edition, 2004.
04E207 / 04L207 / 04
Y207 / 04Z207 /
04T207 / 04I207 / 04
B207
OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMM
ING
3 0 2 4
PRINCIPLES OF OOP
: Software Crisis. Software Evolution. Programming Paradigms.
Object Oriented Technology
–
Basic
concepts and benefits of OOP,application of OOP, OOP languages.
(3)
INTRODUCTION TO C++
: History of C++ , structure of C++, applications of C++,
tokens, keywords, identifiers,basic data
types, derived data types, symbo
lic constants, dynamic initialization, reference variables, scope resolution operator, type
modifiers,type casting, operators and control statements, input and output statements in C++.
(5)
FUNCTIONS IN C++:
Function Prototyping, function components, passing parameters

call by reference, return by reference,
inline function, default arguments, overloaded function, introduction to friend function and virtual function, template Funct
ion.
(5)
CLASSES AND OBJE
CTS:
Class specification. Member function definition, nested member function, access qualifiers, static
data members and member functions. Instance creation. Array of objects. Dynamic objects. Static Objects. Objects as
arguments. Returning objects. Friend
Class, Local classes

empty, static and const classes. Template classes.
(7)
CONSTRUCTORS AND DESTRUCTORS:
Constructors
–
Parameterized constructors, Overloaded Constructors, Constructors
with default arguments, copy constructors, dynamic constructors, d
ynamic initialization using constructors. Destructors.
(4)
OPERATOR OVERLOADING:
Operator function
–
Overloading unary and binary operator, overloading the operator using
friend function, stream operator overloading, data Conversion.
(5)
INHERITANCE:
De
fining Derived classes. Single Inheritance

Protected Data with private inheritance. Multiple Inheritance.
Multi level inheritance. Hierarchical Inheritance. Hybrid Inheritance. Multipath inheritance. Constructors in derived and bas
e
class. Template in inh
eritance. Abstract classes. Virtual function and dynamic polymorphism.Virtual Destructor. Nested
Classes.
(7)
STREAMS:
Streams in C++, sream classes, formatted and unformatted data, manipulators,user defined manipulators. File
streams, file pointer and man
ipulation, file open and close, sequential and random access .
(4)
EXCEPTION HANDLING:
Principle of exception handling, exception handling mechanism, multiple catch, nested try,
rethrowing the exception.
(2)
Total 42
LIST OF PRACTICALS
1.
Write a program to define a class to represent a BANKACCOUNT. Include the following
members:
Date members:
Name of the depositor
Account Number
Type of account
Balance Amount in the account
Member functions:
To assign initial values (Use constructors to initialize the data)
To deposit an am
ount
To withdraw an account after checking the balance
To display the name and the balance
Note: Try to use all types of constructors
2.
Write a program to add the two, three, four numbers of different data types using function ove
rloading
3.
Write a program to print a character or string of a specified length using default argumented function
4.
Write a program to computer tax using default arguments. A tax compute function takes two arguments amount and tax
percentage. Default tax percent is 15% of income
5.
Write a program to sort a set of numbers of generic data type using template function
6.
Implement the above class with dynamic objects and use constructors and destructors
7.
I
mplement the class STUDENT with necessary data members and member functions to print the mark sheet of a student
using array of objects
8.
Design three classes student, exam and result. The student class has data members such as those representing
roll
number, name etc. Create a class exam by inheriting the student class. The exam add ‘n’ subject marks as the data
member. Derive the class result from the exam class and it has its data member as a total mark. Write an interactive
program to implemen
t this
9.
Consider an example of book shop which sells books and video tapes. These two classes books and tapes are inherited
from the base class called media. The media class has data members for storing title and publications. The book class
has
data members such as number of pages in a book and tape class has the playing time of a tape. Each class will have
member functions read( ) and show( ). In the base class, these members have to be defined as virtual functions. Write a
program which models
the class hierarchy for book shop and processing objects for these classes using pointers to the
base class
10.
Write a program to define the class STRING and overload the following operators:
i.
>> to read the string
ii.
<< to print the string
iii.
+ to combine two strings
iv.
= to assign a string to another string
v.
–
to search the substring within a string and to remove the same
11.
Write a prog
ram to keep track of number of instances created and alive for the class using static data member and static
member functions
12.
Write a program to add the private data member of two different classes using friend function and friend class
13.
Write a custom manipulator to print “Rs.”. Using this manipulator print the amount which is read as input
14.
Write a program to copy the content of one file to a new file by removing unnecessary spaces between words
15.
Write an exception
handler to handle the exception of underflow and overflow of the stack.
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Stanley B. Lippman and Josee Lajoie, “C++ Primer”, Pearson Education, New Delhi, 2001
2.
Ashok N. Kamathane, ”Object Oriented programming with ANSI & Turbo C++”,
Pearson Education, New Delhi, 2003
REFERENCES:
1.
Bjarne Stroustrup, ”C++ Programming Language”, Pearson Education, New Delhi, 2001
2.
Herbert Schildt, “C++ : The Complete Reference”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2003
04E208
CIRCUITS AND DEVICES L
AB
0 0 3 1
1.
Verification of Ohm’s and Kirchhoff’ laws.
2.
Series & Parallel resonance circuits.
3.
Ver
ification of Superposition theorem, Thevenin’s theorem and Maximum power transfer theorem.
4.
Measurement of power and power factor in RLC circuits.
5.
Mesh and Nodal analysis.
6.
Characteristics of diode and clipper circuits.
7.
Characteristics of Zener diode and Zener voltage regulator.
8.
Characteristics of BJT.
9.
Application of BJT as an amplifier and switch.
10.
Characteristics of JFET and MOSFET.
REFERENCES:
1.
Murugesh Kumar K, “Electrical Laboratory Exercise”, Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi 2003.
2.
Poornachandra Rao S and Sasikala B, “Handbook of Experiments in Electronics and Communication Engineering”, Vikas
Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., Ne
w Delhi 2003.
SEMESTER 5
04E303 ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS
3 1 0 4
WAVE SHAPING
:
Response of High pass and Low pass RC circuit for sinusoidal, step, pulse, square, ramp and exponential
inputs. Linear wave shaping
–
Integrator, Differentiator. Non

linear wave s
haping
–
Clipping and clamping circuits, clamping
circuit theorem and applications, Attenuator and compensated attenuator. Introduction to pulse transformers and applications.
(8)
VOLTAGE AMPLIFIERS:
BJT and JFET amplifiers
–
RC coupled amplifiers, Casca
ded BJT amplifiers, Analysis at low,
medium and high frequencies. BIFET amplifiers. DC amplifiers
–
Problems in DC Amplifiers, Differential and Common mode
gain, CMRR. Cascode and Darlington Amplifiers. Chopper Amplifiers.
(8)
POWER SUPPLIES:
Rectifiers
–
Half wave and Full wave rectifiers,
Average and RMS value, Ripple factor,
Regulation,
Rectification efficiency, Transformer Utility Factor. Filters
–
Inductor, Capacitor, L
type and
type, Ripple Factor and
Regulation. Need for voltage regulators
–
Series and Shunt regulators, Comparison, Current limiting and protection circuits
–
introduction to Switched mode power supplies
(8)
POWER AMPLIFIERS AND
FEEDBACK AMPLIFIERS
:
Power amplifiers
–
Classification, Class A/B/C, Single ended and
Push

pull Configuration, Power dissipation and output power, Conversion efficiency, Compleme
ntary symmetry power
amplifiers, Class AB operation. Basic concepts of feedback amplifiers
–
Effect of negative feedback on input and output
resistances, gain, gain stability, distortion and bandwidth.
Voltage and current feedback circuits.
(9)
OSCILLATORS AND MULT
IVIBRATORS
:
Oscillators
–
Barkhausen criteria, RC and LC oscillators using BJT
–
RC phase
shift, Wien bridge oscillators,
Hartley and Colpitt’s oscillators. Frequency stability of oscillators. Crystal
oscillators. Non

sinusoidal oscillators
–
Multivibrators
–
Bistable, Monostable, Astable multivibrators and Schmitt Trigger using BJT.
(9)
Total 42
TEXTBOOKS:
1.
Millman
J. and Grabel
A., “Microelectronics”, 2
nd
edition, Tata McGraw

Hill, New D
elhi,
1999
2.
Millman
J. and Taub H., “Pulse, Digital and Switching waveforms”,
Tata McGraw

Hill, New Delhi
Nineteenth Reprint,
2002
REFERENCES :
1.
Bell D.A., “Electronic Devices and Circuits”, Prentice Hall of India, New D
elhi, 4
th
Edition, 2004..
2.
Boylestad R.L. and Nashelsky L., “Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory”, Pearson Education India, New Delhi, Eighth
Edition 2002 / Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi.
3.
Millman
J. and
Halkias
C., “Integrated Electronics”, Tata McGraw

Hill, New Delhi, Twenty seventh Reprint, 2002.
4.
Floyd, “ Electronic Devices, “ Pearson Education India, New Delhi, Sixth Edition, 2003. / Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi.
04E304 MEASUREMENTS AND
INSTRUMENTATION
3 0 0 3
STANDARDS AND INDICATING INSTRUMENTS:
SI units
–
units for charge, voltage, current, power, energy, flux. Standards
–
brief Introduction. Deflecting, controlling and damping forces in indicating instruments
–
Moving iron : attract
ion and repulsion
type instruments, errors. Moving coil instruments
–
Permanent magnet moving coil instruments, Dynamometer type moving coil
Instruments, Torque equations, errors. Ballistic Galvanometer
–
extension of ranges, use of shunts and Instrument
T
ransformers.
(9)
MEASUREMENT OF POWER AND ENERGY:
Dynamometer type wattmeter
–
Torque expression, Errors. Energy meters,
Calibration of energy meters. Measurement of power using Instrument Transformers.
Maximum demand indicator, Trivector
meter, Power
factor meter.
(7)
MEASUREMENT OF R

L

C :
Resistance measurement
–
Kelvin double bridge, Wheatstone bridge, substitution method, Loss
of charge method. Measurement of inductance and capacitance
–
Anderson and Schering bridges. Measurement of Earth
resist
ance
–
Transformer ratio bridges
–
measurement of Resistance using Transformer ratio bridges.
(7)
MAGNETIC MEASUREMENTS :
Determination of B

H curve by method of reversal and step by step methods
–
Iron loss
measurement.
(4
)
MEASUREMENT OF NON

ELECTRICAL QUANTITIES:
Transducers
–
Classifications, Principle of operation of Resistance
potentiometer, LVDT, Strain Gauge and Piezo

electric transducers. Encoders.
Measurement of Pressure
–
High Pressure and
low pressure measuremen
t.
Measurement of Temperature, Resistance thermometers, thermistors and thermocouples.
(7)
ELECTRONIC LABORATORY INSTRUMENTS:
Electronic voltmeter
–
Digital voltmeter of ramp and integrating types. Digital
Multimeter
–
block diagram.
Block diagram of dua
l channel oscilloscope. Spectrum Analyzer. Pulse, signal and function
generators. Harmonic distortion analyzer. Strip chart and X

Y recorders, Field Bus Instrumentation.
(8)
Total 42
TEXT BOOK:
1.
Sawhney.A.K., “A Course in E
lectrical and Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation”, Dhanpat Rai & Sons, New
Delhi, 18
th
edition, 2001.
REFERENCES:
1.
Helfrick,D.Albert., and Cooper,W.D., “Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques”, Prentice Hall of India
Limited, New Delhi, 1992.
2.
Doeblin,E.O., “Measurement Systems : Applicatoin And Design”, Mc

Graw Hill Book Co., New Delhi, 1990.
3.
Golding,E.W., and Widdis,F.C., “Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments”, A H Wheeler &
Company,
Calcutta, 5
th
edition, 1993.
4.
Rangan,C.S., Sharma, G.R., Mani, V.S., ‘Instrumentation Devices and Systems’, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2
nd
Edition, 1983.
04E403
DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
3 0 0 3
NUMBER SYSTEMS AND BOOLEAN
ALGEBRA:
Review of Number Systems
–
Number representation : Signed, Unsigned,
Fixed point, Floating point. Computer codes
–
BCD, Gray code, Excess 3 code, Error detection and correction
codes, Parity,
Hamming codes. Boolean algebra
–
Basic Postulates a
nd theorems, Switching functions, Canonical forms, Logic gates.
(4)
DIGITAL LOGIC FAMILIES:
Characteristics of digital Ics
–
Voltage and current ratings, Noise margin, Propagation delay,
Power dissipation. TTL logic family
–
Totem pole, Open collector an
d tristate outputs, Wired output operations, LS, ALS and
Fast sub families. MOS transistor switches
–
nMOS Inverter / Logic gates, CMOS logic, Inverter / logic gates.
Multiplexers
–
High speed CMOS (74HC, 74HCT, 74AHC, 74AHCT logic sub

families) and ECL
logic families
–
Comparison of performance
of various logic families. Interfacing TTL and CMOS devices.
(6)
COMBINATIONAL LOGIC DESIGN
: Standard representation of logic functions
–
Incompletely specified functions,
Simplification of logic functions throug
h K
–
maps and Quine

McClusky method, Implementation using logic gates.
Decoders,
Encoders, Multiplexers and Demultiplexers. Implementation of Combinational circuits using Multiplexers and
Demultiplexers.
(4)
ARITHMETIC CIRCUITS:
Binary / BCD adde
rs and subtractors, Carry look ahead adder, Magnitude comparator, ALU.
(5)
INTRODUCTION TO SEQUENTIAL DEVICES :
General model of sequential circuits
–
Latch, Flip Flops, Level
triggering,
Edge triggering, Master slave configuration. Binary counters, Shif
t register, Ring counter, Johnson counter, Timing diagram.
(8)
DESIGN OF SEQUENTIAL CIRCUIT :
Mealy/Moore models
–
Concept of state, State diagram, State table, State
reduction procedures using Partitioning and Implication chart. Minimal flip f
lop / one

hot realization. Design of
synchronous
sequential circuits
–
Up

down / Modulus counters, Serial adder, Parity checker, Sequence detector.
Introduction to
Asynchronous Sequential Circuits
–
Fundamental mode and Pulse mode circuits.
(8)
PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC DEVICES :
Semicustom design. Introduction to PLDs
–
ROM, PAL, PLA, FPLA, FPLS.
Architecture of PLDs
–
PAL 22V10, PLS 100/101, Implementation of digital functions.
(7)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS
:
1.
Tocci, R.J and Widmer.N.S, “Digital Systems : Princi
ples and applications” , Eighth Edition, Pearson Education
(Singapore) Pvt. Ltd, Reprint 2004 / Prentice Hall of India.
2.
Donald D. Givone, “ Digital Principles and Design ”, Tata Mc Graw
–
Hill Edition, 2002.
REFERENCES
:
1.
Palmer, J.E., and Perlman, D.E., “Introduction to Digital systems”, Schaum’s outline series, Tata McGraw

Hill, New
Delhi, Reprint, 1996.
2.
Norman Balabanian and Bradley Carlson, “ Digital Logic Design Principles”, John Wiley & Sons,
Singapore, 2002.
3.
Nelson, V .P., Nagle, H.T., Carroll, B.D., and Irwin, J.D., “Digital Logic Circuit Analysis and Design”, Prentice Hall
International Inc., New Jersey, 1995.
4.
Anand Kumar, “Fundamentals of Digital Circuits” First Editi
on, Prentice Hall of India, Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, 2004
04E501 / 04Z501 / 04T501/ 04H501 / 04L022
SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING
3 1 0 4
ERRORS AND APPROXIMA
TIONS
:
Different types of errors.
(2)
TRANSCENDENTAL AND POLYNOMIAL EQUATIONS:
Newton Raphson method, Method of false position, Graffe’s root
squaring method, Bairstow’s method.
(4)
SYSTEM OF LINEAR
EQUATIONS AND EIGEN
VALUES:
Gauss elimination, Crout’s method, Gauss
–
Seidel method.
Solution of tridiagonal equations, Power method for finding dominant eigen v
alue.
(4)
FINITE DIFFERENCES A
ND INTERPOLATION:
Finite difference operators

E,
, D. Difference table.
Newton

Gregory forward and backward interpolation, Lagrange's interpolation formula, Newton div
ided difference interpolation formula.
Solution of linear second order difference equations with constant coefficient.
(8)
DIFFERENTIATION AND
INTEGRATION:
Numerical differentiation using
Newton
–
Gregory forward and backward
interpolation.
Numerical integration
–
Gaussian quadrature,Trapezoidal rule and Simpson’s one third rule.
(5)
ORDINARY DIFFERENTIA
L EQUATIONS:
Taylor series method, Euler and Modified Euler method (
Heun’s method), Runge

Kutta method, Milne’s method, Adams
–
Bashforth method.
(5)
LINEAR PROGRAMMING
:
Modeling, Graphical method, Central problem of linear programming
–
Definitions, statements of
basic theorems and properties, simplex method, two phase method, revised simplex method.
Transportation and Assignment
problems.
(9)
GENETIC ALGORITHMS:
Int
roduction, Representation of Variables, Objective functions, Constraints, Genetic operators.
(5)
The course content will be augmented by usage of MATLAB Toolbox.
Total
42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Chapra S.C and Canale R.P.,“Numerical Methods for Engineers with Software Programming Applications”, Tata
McGraw

Hill, New Delhi, 2004.
2.
Hamdy
A.Taha,
“Operations Research
–
An Introduction”, Pearson Education, New Delhi, 2002.
3.
Singiresu.S.Rao, “Engineering Optimization Theory and Practice”, New Age International, New Delhi, 1996.
REFERENCES:
1.
Ward Cheny and Davib Kincaid, “Numeri
cal methods and Computing”, Brooks/Cole Publishing Company, 2004.
2.
John Mathews, “ Numerical Methods for Mathematics, Science and Engineering”, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, Pvt.
Ltd., 1998.
3.
Robert A. Gabel, Richard A. Roberts, “Signals and
Linear Systems”, John Wiley & Sons, Singapore, 1995.
04C701/04L602/ 04Z602/ 04I602/ 04D602/04M701/ 04E701/ 04P701/ 04Y701/ 04T701/ 04A701/
04B701
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
3
0
0
3
INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES AND NATURAL RES
OURCES
:
Definition, scope and importance
–
Forest resources:
Use and overexploitation, deforestation. Water resources: Use and over

utilization of surface and ground water, dams

benefits
and
problems
–
Energy resources: Growing energy needs, renewable an
d non renewable energy sources, use of alternate energy
sources.
–
Land resources: land degradation
–
Role of an individual in conservation of natural resources
–
Equitable use of
resources
for sustainable lifestyles.
(9)
ECOSYSTEMS AND BIODIVERSITY
: Eco
system
–
Structure and function of an ecosystem
–
Energy flow in the ecosystem
–
Ecological succession
–
Structure and function of Forest ecosystem, Grassland ecosystem and Aquatic ecosystems.
Introduction to Biodiversity
–
Definition: genetic, species and
ecosystem diversity
–
Threats to Biodiversity and its impacts
–
endangered and endemic species of India
–
Conservation of Biodiversity.
(9)
ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
: Definition
–
Causes, effects and control measures of: Air pollution, Water pollution, Soil
pollution, Marine pollution, Noise pollution, Thermal pollution, Nuclear hazards.
(8)
SOLID WASTE AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT
: Causes, effects an
control measures of urban and industrial wastes
–
Disaster
management: floods, earthquake, cyclone and landslides.
(7)
SOCIAL ISSUES AND THE ENVIRONMENT
: From Unsustainable to Sustainable development
–
Urban problems related to
energy
–
Water conservation, rain water harvesting, watershed management. Environmental Issues and possible solutions
–
Climate change, global warming, acid rain, ozone layer deple
tion, nuclear accidents and holocaust
–
Environment Protection
Act
–
Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act
–
Wildlife Protection Act

Forest Conservation Act. . Population growth,
variation among nations
–
Population explosion

Environment and hu
man health
–
Role of Information Technology in
Environment and human health
(9)
Total
42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Gilbert M.Masters, Introduction to Environmental Engineering and Science, Pearson Education Pvt. Ltd., Second Edition,
2004.
2.
Miller T.
G. Jr., Environmental Science, Thomson Brooks/Cole Publishing Co., Sigapore, 2004
3.
Kurian Joseph and Nagendran R,” Essentials of Environmental studies”, Pearson Education Pvt ltd., First edition, Delhi,
2004
REFERENCES:
1.
Deswal S and D
eswal A,”A basic course in Environmental studies”, Dhanpat Rai & Co, First edition, Delhi, 2004
2.
Tivedi R.K., Handbook of Environmental Laws, Rules, Guidelines, Compliances and Standards, Vol. I and II, Enviro
Media., 1998
3.
Cunningham, W
.P.Cooper, T.H.Gorhani, Environmental Encyclopedia, Jaico Publ., House, Mumbai, 2001.
4.
Wager K.D., Environmental Management, W.B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, USA, 1998.
04E308
ELECTRONICS AND MEASUREMENTS LAB
0 0 3 1
1.
Three Phase
power measurement by two wattmeter method
2.
Extension of instrument ranges
3.
Calibration of Energy meter using Phantom loading method.
4.
Linear variable differential transformer and strain gauge
5.
Wheatstone bridge and
Kelvin’s Double Bridge.
6.
Design of Oscillators.
7.
Design of series voltage regulator
8.
Design of RC coupled amplifier
9.
Design of Class B Push Pull amplifier
10.
Response of low pass and high pass RC circuits for pulse
and square input signals
04O607 PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION
1 0 2 2
INTRODUCTION
:
Communication
–
Definition
–
Types of communication
–
Verbal
–
Nonverbal.
(2)
SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL STYLE:
Clarity
–
Simplicity
–
Exactness
–
Brevity

Unity

Coherence and Objectivity.
(2)
FORMAL TECHNICAL REP
ORT
:
Gathering data
–
Literature Search
–
Que
stionnaires and interviews

Creating a formal
–
Technical
Report.
(4)
BUSINESS CORRESPONDE
NCE
:
Business letters
–
Structural elements
–
Styles of presentation
–
Letters of acceptance and
refusal
–
Electronic communication
–
Techniques for writing effectiv
e E

mail.
(3)
INTERVIEW:
Planning, Preparation and performance in interview.
(1)
MEETINGS
:
A psychologist’s view of better meetings
–
Features
–
Problems
–
Notice and agenda preparation

Minutes
documentation.
(2)
PRACTICALS:
Group Discussions
–
(8)
Presentations
–
(10)
Mock interview
–
(10)
________________
.
Total hours

(28)
_________________
Total
42
TEXT BOOK:
1.
Course material (2004) prepared by the faculty of English Department.
REFERENCES:
1.
Rutherford Andreas J., “Basic Communication Skills for Technology”, Addison Wesley Longman, Singapore, 2001.
2.
Gerson Sharon J. and
Stevan M Gerson., “Technical Writing :Process and Product”, Addison Wesley Longman Singapore,
2001.
3.
Locker Kitty O., “The Irwin Business Communication Handbook”, Mc

Graw Hill, U.S.A., 1993.
4.
Kumar K.L., “Your Interview”, S. Chand and Company L
td., New Delhi, 2000.
SEMESTER 6
04E402 LINEAR ICs AND APPLICATIONS
3 1 0 4
OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER CHARACTERISTICS:
Functional
Block Diagram
–
Symbol,
C
haracteristics
of an ideal
operational amplifier, Circuit schematic of µA 741, Open loop gain, CMRR

input bias and offset currents, input and output offset
voltages, offset compensation techniques. Frequency response characteristics
–
. Transfer
stability, limitations, f
requency
compensation, slew rate characteristics. Need for single power supply operational amplifiers
–
LM324, AC Inverting and Non

Inverting amplifiers. Norton Amplifiers
–
Various configurations.
(8)
LINEAR APPLICATIONS OF OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS
: Inverting and Non

inverting amplifiers
–
Voltage follower,
Summing amplifier, Differential amplifier, Instrumentation amplifier. Integrator and Differentiator
–
Practical considerations.
Voltage to Current and Current to Voltage converters, Phase changer
s. Sinusoidal oscillators. Active filters
–
Design of low
pass, high pass, wide band pass and Band stop Butterworth filters, Narrow band pass and notch filters.
(7)
NON LINEAR APPLICATIONS OF OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS
:
Comparator
–
Regenerative comparator,
Zero crossing
detector, Window detector, Sample and hold circuit, Precision diode, Half and Full wave rectifiers, Active peak detector, Cli
pper
and Clamper, Logarithmic and Exponential amplifiers, Multiplier and Divider, Square and Triangular waveform gene
rators.
(6)
IC VOLTAGE REGULATORS
: Block diagram of 723 general purpose voltage regulator
–
Circuit configurations, Current limiting
schemes, Output current boosting , Fixed and adjustable three terminal regulators, Switching regulators.
(6)
S
PECIAL FUNCTION ICs:
555 Timer Functional block diagram and description
–
Monostable and Astable operation,
Applications, 566 Voltage Controlled Oscillator, Analog Multiplier, Comparator Ics. PLL Functional Block diagram
–
Principle of
operation, Building
blocks of PLL, Characteristics, Derivations of expressions for Lock and Capture ranges, Applications:
Frequency synthesis, AM and FM detection, FSK demodulator, Motor speed control.
(8)
A

D and D

A CONVERTERS:
Digital to Analog Converters: Binary weighted
and R

2R Ladder types
–
Analog to digital
converters: Continuous, Counter ramp, Successive approximation, Single slope, Dual slope and Parallel types
–
DAC/ADC
performance characteristics.
(7)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Sedra and Smith, “ Microelectronic Circuits”, Oxford University Press, Fifth Edition, 2004.
2.
Gayakwad, A.R.,” OP

Amps and L
inear Integrated circuits”, PHI/Pearson Education, New Delhi, Fourth Edition, 2004
REFERENCES:
1.
Coughlin, F.R., and Driscoll, F.F., “Operational Amplifiers and Linear Integrated Circuits”, Prentice Hall of India, Fourth
edition, New
Delhi, 1997. / Pearson Education, New Delhi.
2.
Roy Choudhury, and Shail Jain, “Linear Integrated Circuits”, New Age International Limited, Second Edition, 2003
3.
Michael Jacob, J, “Applications and design with Analog Integrated Circuits”, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, Second
Edition, 1996.
4.
David A Bell, “ Operational Amplifiers and Linear Ics”, Prentice Hall of India, Second Edition, 1997.
04E
405
CONTROL SYSTEMS
3 0 0 3
INTRODUCTION:
Open loop and closed loop systems
–
Examples, Control system components.
(3)
SYSTEM REPRESENTATION:
Transfer function of physical systems, Impulse Transfer function
–
Mechanical systems,
Translational and Rotational systems, Electrical network, Thermal and hydraulic systems. Transfer function of DC generator,
DC servomotor, AC servomotor and Synchro,Tra
nsfer function of overall systems. Block diagram, reduction techniques. Signal
flow graphs
–
Mason’ gain formula, Impulse function.
(9)
TIME RESPONSE ANALYSIS:
Standard Test signals
–
Time response of second order system, Performance criteria, Type of
syst
ems.
Steady state error constants
–
position, velocity and acceleration error constants. Generalised error series
–
Feedback characteristics of control systems. Controllers
–
P, PI, PID control modes.
(12)
FREQUENC
Y RESPONSE ANALYSIS:
Frequency domain specifications
–
peak resonance, resonant frequency, bandwidth
and cut

off rate,
correlation between time and frequency responses for second order systems. Polar plot, Bode plot
–
Gain
Margin and Phase Margin.
(6)
STABILITY OF SYSTEMS:
Characteristic equation
–
Location of roots of characteristic equation
–
Absolute stability and
Relative stability. Routh Hurwitz criterion of stability
–
Necessary and sufficient conditions. Nyquist Stability

Principle of
argument
–
Nyquist path
–
Nyquist stability criterion
–
Determination of Nyquist stability
–
Assessment of relative stability. Bode
Plot
–
Assessment of stability.
(8)
STATE VARIABLE ANALY
SIS
: Introduction to state space analysis
–
Physical variable, Phase variabl
e and Canonical
variables forms.
(4)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS :
1.
Nagrath I.J, & Gopal M, “Control System Engg”, 3
rd
Edition, Wiley and Sons, 2002
2.
Ogata K., “Modern Control Engineering”, Pearson/Prentice

Hall Of India Pvt Ltd., New Delhi, 1997
REFERENCES :
1.
Norman S.Nise, “Control System Engineering “, John wiley & sons, inc., 2001.
2.
Benjamin C. Kuo, “Automatic Control Systems” 8
th
edition, John wiley & Sons, 2003.
3.
Gopal, M, ‘Control Systems
–
Principles and Design” Tata McGraw

Hill Co. Ltd., New Delhi, 2002.
04E406
DC MACHINES AND TRANSFORMERS
3 1 0 4
DC GENERATORS:
Laws of magnetic circuit
–
Principle of operation,
Constructional details, Armature Windings, EMF
equation, Methods of Excitation, Separate, shunt, series and compound excitations.
(5)
No

load characteristics
–
Armature reaction, Commu
tation, Interpoles, Compensating windings, Load characteristics of various
types of DC Generators.
(6)
DC MOTORS
:
Principle of operation
–
Torque equation, Electrical and Mechanical characteristics of DC shunt, series and
compound motors. Starters
–
3 point and 4 point starters, Speed control
–
Armature and field control.
(6)
Losses and effi
ciency
–
Swinburne’s test
–
Separation of losses, Hopkinson’s test.
(5)
TRANSFORMERS:
Principle of operation
–
Constructional features, Classification of Transformers, EMF equation,
Trans
formation ratio, Transformer on no

load and load, Phasor diagrams.
(5)
Equivalent circuit

Voltage regulation, Regulation curve, Losses, Efficiency, All day effic
iency.
(5)
Phasing out, polarity and voltage ratio tests
–
Open circuit and short circuit tests, Sumpner’s test. Separation of losses
–
Parallel operation.
(5)
Auto

Transformer
–
Principle of operation
–
Saving of co
pper
–
Phasor diagram
–
Equivalent circuit
–
Three phase Transformer
connections
–
Instrument Transformers.
(5)
Total 42
TEXTBOOKS :
1.
Murugesh Kumar, K., “DC Machines & Transformers”, Vikas Publishing House Pvt Ltd., Second Edi
tion, 2004.
2.
Clayton, A.E., and Hancock, N.N., “The Performance and Design of DC Machines”, Oxford and IBH Publishing Co. Pvt.
Ltd., 1987.
REFERENCES :
1. Cotton, H., “Advanced Electrical Technology”,
A H Wheeler and Company Publicati
ons, London, 1990.
2. Gupta, B.R., and Vandana, Singhal., “Fundamentals of Electrical Machines”, New Age Inter National Publishers, 1996.
3. Sen, P.C., “Principles of Electrical Machines and Power Electronics”, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Singapore,2
nd
Edition
, 1997.
04E503
COMPUTER ARCHITECTUR
E
3 0 0 3
INTRODUCTION:
Register transfer language

register, bus and memory transfers
–
Arithmetic logic and shift micro operations.
(5)
BASIC COMPUTER ORGANISATION:
Instruction codes
–
Instructions
–
Timing and Control
–
Instruction Cycle
–
Fetch and
Decode
–
Execution
–
Typical register and memory sequence instructions
–
Input
–
Output and Interrupt
–
Design stages.
(9)
CENTRAL PROCESSOR ORGANISATION:
General
register organisation
–
Stack organisation
–
Instruction formats
–
Addressing modes
–
Data transfer and manipulation
–
Program control
–
Control memory
–
Address sequencer
–
Data path
structure.
(8)
ARITHMETIC PROCESSING:
Introduction
–
Addition, Subtra
ction, Multiplication and division Algorithms
–
Floating point
Arithmetic operations.
(8)
MEMORY AND INPUT/OUTPUT ORGANISATION:
Basic concepts
–
Memory Hierarchy
–
Main memory
–
Auxiliary memory
–
Associative memory
–
Cache and Virtual memory conce
pts
–
Input
–
Output interface
–
Asynchronous Data transfer
–
Modes
of transfer
–
Direct memory access
–
I/O processor.
(8)
INTRODUCTION TO PARALLEL PROCESSING:
Parallelism in uniprocessor systems
–
Parallel Computer architecture
classifications
–
Typic
al applications.
(4)
Total 42
TEXTBOOK :
1.
Morris Mano, M., “Computer System Architecture”, Prentice Hall of India/ Pearson Education, New Delhi,
Third
Edition,
2000.
REFERENCES :
1.
Carl Hamacher, V., Vranesic, Z.G., and Zaky, S.G., “Computer Organisation”, McGraw Hill International Edition,
New York Third Edition, 1990.
2.
Kai Hwang., and Briggs, F.A., “Computer Architecture and
Parallel Processing”, McGraw Hill International Edition,
New
York, 1985.
04O601 ENGINEERING E
CONOMICS AND FINANCI
AL MANAGEMENT
3 0 0 3
FUNDAMENTALS OF ENGINEERING ECONOMICS:
Introduction to Engineering Economics
–
Definition and Scope
–
Significance of
Engineering Economics.
(4)
DEMAND AND SUPPLY ANALYSIS:
Definition
–
Law of Demand
–
Elasticity of Demand
–
Demand Forecasting.
Supply
–
Law of supply
–
Elasticity of Supply
–
Market Mechanism.
(4)
COST ANALYSIS:
Basic cost concepts
–
FC, VC, TC, MC
–
Cos
t output in the short and long run.
(4)
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT:
Objectives and functions of financial management
–
financial statements, working capital
management
–
factors influencing working capital requirements
–
estimation of working capital.
(5)
CAPITA
L MARKET:
Stock Exchanges
–
Functions
–
Listing of Companies
–
Role of SEBI
–
Index Numbers
–
Capital Market
Reforms.
(5)
MONEY AND BANKING:
Money
–
Functions
–
Value of Money
–
Inflation and deflation
–
Commercial Bank and its functions
–
Central bank and
its functions.
(5)
NEW ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT:
Economic systems, Economic Liberalization
–
Privatization
–
Globalization.
An overview of
International Trade
–
World Trade Organization
–
Intellectual Property Rights.
(5)
CAPITAL BUDGETING:
Need for Capital Budgeting
–
Project Appraisal Methods

Payback Period
–
ARR
–
Time Value of
Money
–
DCF Techniques
–
Feasibility Report.
(4)
DEPRECIATION:
Meaning
–
Causes for Depreciation
–
Methods of Computing Depreciation.
(4)
BREAK EVEN ANALYSIS:
Meaning
–
Break Even Chart
–
Simple Problems
–
Managerial uses of BEA.
(3)
Total:
42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Ramachandra Aryasri .A., and Ramana Murthy V. V., “Engineering Economics & Financial Accounting”
–
Tata McGraw
–
Hill New Delhi, 2004.
2.
Varshne
y R. L., and Maheshwari K.L., “Managerial Economics”

Sultan Chand & Sons, New Delhi, 2001
REFERENCES:
1.
Samuelson and Nordhaus, “Economics”

Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2002.
2.
Prasanna
Chandra, “Fundamentals of Financial Management”

Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2002.
04E407 ELECTRICAL MACHINES AND CONTROLS LAB
0 0 3 1
1. Magnetization Characteristics and Load Characteristics of DC Series Generator
2. Load Characteristics of DC Shunt and Compound Generator.
3. Load Characteristics of DC Shunt and Compound Motor.
4. Hopkinson’s Test.
5. Sumpner’s Test.
6. Load Test on 1

Phase Transformer.
7. Transfer function of DC Motor.
a
) Armature Control Mode.
b) Field Control Mode.
8. Transfer function of AC Servomotor and Study of Synchros.
9. Solution of Steady state equations with the help of MATLAB
10.Time & Frequency Response of the System U
sing MATLAB.
REFERENCE:
1.
Murugesh Kumar K, “Electrical Laboratory Exercise”, Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi 2003.
04E408
LINEAR AND DIGITAL ICs LAB
0 0 3 1
1.
Study of Basic Digital ICs and Implementation of Adder and Subtractor
circuits
2.
Code converters.
3.
Design and Implementation of Counters and registers using suitable ICs
4.
Study of Multiplexer and Demultiplexer.
5.
Design of Synchronous sequential circuit.
6.
Characteristics and Applications of Op Amp (CMRR, Slew Rate Adder, Subtractor Zero crossing detector, Diffe
rentiator,
Integrator)
7.
Waveform Generation using OpAmp (Square, Rectangular, Triangular and Sinusoidal)
8.
Performance characteristics of Voltage Regulator ICs
9.
Study of 555 Timer
and 566 VCO
10.
Design and Implementation of Active Filters.
SEMESTER 7
04E502
OPERATING SYSTEMS
3 0 0 3
INTRODUCTION
: Operating system
–
Function
–
Evolutions of Operating System

Serial processing

Batch Processing

Multiprocessing

Time sharing, Advanced Operating Systems
–
Need for advanced OS

Distributed OS
–
Multiprocessor OS
–
Database operating system
–
Real time OS.
(5)
MEMORY MANAGEMENT:
Singl
e contiguous allocation
–
Partitioned allocation
–
Paging
–
Virtual memory concepts
–
Swapping
–
Demand paging
–
Page replacement algorithms
–
Segmentation
–
Segmentation with paging.
(9)
PROCESS MANAGEMENT:
Introduction to processes
–
Sch
eduling objectives

Scheduling Criteria

Types of scheduling
algorithms
–
Performance comparison
–
Inter process communications

Synchronization
–
Semaphores
–
Deadlock

Prevention, Recovery, Detection
–
Avoidance.
(9)
DEVICE AND FILE MANAGEMENT:
Princi
ples of I/O hardware
–
I/O software
–
Disks
–
Disk Scheduling Algorithms
–
File
Systems
–
Files

Directories

File system implementation
–
Allocation methods
–
Security
–
Protection mechanisms.
(9)
CASE STUDY
–
I: LINUX
–
History
–
Design P
rinciples
–
Kernel modules
–
Process Management
–
Scheduling
–
Memory
Management
–
File Systems
–
Input and Output
–
Inter process Communication
–
Network Structure
–
Security.
(5)
CASE STUDY
–
II:
WINDOWS 2000
–
History
–
Design Principles
–
System
Components
–
Environmental Subsystems
–
File
System
–
Networking
–
Programmer Interface.
(5)
Total 42
TEX
T BOOK:
1.
Silberschatz A, Galvin. P, G.Gagne
“ Operating Systems Concepts”, Sixth edition, John Wiley & Sons, Singapore, 2002.
REFERENCES :
1.
Andrew S Tanenbaum, “ Modern Operating System”, 3
rd
Indian reprint PHI/Pearson Education Pvt Ltd, N
ew Delhi
2004.
2.
Achyut Godbole, ”Operating Systems”, TataMcGraw Hill Publishing Company, New Delhi, Fifteenth reprint 2003.
1.
Deitel H M.,” An Introduction to Operating Systems”, Pearson/PHI Education Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, 12
th
Indian reprint, 2003.
4.
Mukesh Singhal and Niranjan G.Shivaratis, “Advanced Concepts in Operating Systems”, McGraw Hill Inc., New
Delhi, TMH Edition 2001.
5.
Pradeep K. Sinha, “ Distributed Operating Systems
–
Concepts and Design”, Pren
tice Hall of India, New Delhi, 1998.
6.
Art Baker and Jerry Lozano, “ The Windows 2000 Device Driver Book”, Pearson Education Asia, 2001.
04E504
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING
3 0 0 3
DISCRETE

TIME SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS :
Need and benefits of Digital
Signal Processing
–
Typical signal processing
operations: convolution, correlation, filtering, transformation and modulation

Review: signal classification and basic operations
on them
–
Properties of DT system: linear, shift invariance, causal, stable, pas
sive and lossless
–
I/O relationship
–
interconnection schemes

solution of LTI systems

impulse response calculation

anti aliasing and anti imaging
filtering

Typical
DSP system: ADC/DAC
–
sampling, quantization, and encoding.
(9)
DISCRETE TRANSFORMS :
Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT): Properties
–
DIT FFT and DIF FFT algorithms

inverse FFT.
Wavelet Transform: MRA by the wavelet method

signal representation by singularities.
(6)
DESIGN OF DIGITAL FILTERS :
Review of design techniques for analog lo
w pass filters

frequency transformation

characteristics of IIR and FIR filters

FIR filter design:
windowing, frequency sampling and optimal methods

Special FIR filters:
half band and comb filters

IIR filter design: pole

zero placement, impulse invariant,
matched Z

Transform, and bilinear Z
transform. Realization structures for IIR and FIR filters: direct form, cascade, parallel lattice, and ladder realization.
(10)
GENERAL

PURPOSE DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSORS :
Computer architectures for signal processing
–
Van Neumann and
Harvard architectures

pipelining

hardware multiplier

accumulator

special instructions

replication

on

chip memory

extended
parallelism: SIMD, VLIW, and super scalar processing

fixed point processors

floating point processors

selecting digi
tal signal
processors.
(9)
FINITE WORD LENGTH EFFECTS :
DSP arithmetic: fixed point arithmetic and floating point arithmetic
–
representation,
addition, and multiplication

ADC quantization noise
–
finite word length effects in IIR filters: influence of filter structure,
coefficient quantization error, coefficie
nt word length requirements for stability and desired frequency response

addition
overflow errors and their effects

scaling in canonic section, direct structure, cascade, and parallel realization

output overflow
detection and prevention

product round of
f errors and their effects

round off noise in cascade and parallel realization and their
effects in modern DSP systems

round off noise reduction schemes
–
limit cycle due to product round off errors

finite word
length effects in FFT algorithms.
(8)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS :
1.
Emmanuel C.Ifeachor.,Barrie W.Jervis, “Digital Signal Processing ,
A practical approach”, Pearson Education, New
Delhi,
second edition, 2004.
2.
.Lonnie C.Ludeman, “Fundamental of Digital Signal Processing”, John Wiley & Sons, 2003.
REFERENCES :
1.
Oppenheim, A.V.and Schaffer, R.W.”Discrete Time Signa
l Processing”, Pearson Education/PHI, second Indian
reprint, 2001,New Delhi.
2.
Sanjit K.Mitra,”Digital Signal Processing, A Computer based Approach”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, second edition, fifth
reprint,
2004.
.
3.
John. G. Proak
is and Dimitris .G. Manolakis,” Digital signal Processing : Principles, Algorithms & Applications”,
Prentice Hall of India / Pearson Education, New Delhi, 2004.
04E505
Microprocessors and APPLICATIONS
3 1 0 4
ARCHITECTURE OF 8085
MICROPROCESSOR:
Functional Block
Diagram
–
Registers, ALU, Bus systems
–
Timing
and
control signals
–
Machine cycles and timing diagrams.
(4)
PROGRAMMING OF 8085:
Instruction formats
–
Addressing modes
–
Instruction set

Need for Assembly language

Development of A
ssembly language programs.
(6)
MEMORY INTERFACING:
Interface requirements
–
Address space partitioning
–
Buffering of Buses
–
Timing constraints

Memory control signals
–
Read and write cycles
–
Typical
EPROM, RAM Interfacing.
(4)
I/O INTERFACING:
Memory mapped I/O scheme
–
I/O mapped I/O scheme
–
Input and Output cycles
–
Simple I/O ports
–
Programmable peripheral interface (8255). Data transfer schemes
–
Interfacing simple keybo
ards and LED displays.
(6)
INTERRUPTS :
Interrupt feature
–
Need for interrupts

Characteristics of Interrupts
–
Types of Interrupts
–
Interrupt
structure
–
Methods of servicing interrupts

Development of Interrupt service subroutines
–
Multiple interrupt requests and
their
handling
–
Programmable Interrupt controller (8259).
(6)
DMA AND TIMER IC :
Need for direct memory access
–
Devices for handling DMA
–
Features of programmable DMA
controller (8257)
–
Programmable counter / Interval Timer (8
253)
–
Block diagram
–
Modes of operation.
(5)
APPLICATIONS:
Multiplexed seven segment LED Display systems
–
Waveform generators
–
Stepper motor control
–
Measurement of frequency, phase angle and power factor
–
Interfacing ADC0801 A/D Conve
rter
–
DAC 0800 D/A Converter.
(5)
8086 MICROPROCESSOR
:
A
rchitecture
–
Pin description
–
Operating modes
–
Registers
–
Interrupts
–
Bus cycle
–
Addressing modes
–
Typical configuration of 8086 system.
(6)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS
:
1.
Ramesh S.Goankar,
“Microprocessor Architecture:
Programming and Applications with the 8085 “, fourth edition,
Penram International, 2000.
2.
Douglas, V. Hall., “Microprocessor
and Interfacing : Programming and Hardware”,
McGraw
H
ill Inc., New Delhi,
2
nd
Edition 1992.
REFERENCES:
1.
Kenneth, L. Short., “Microprocessors and Programmed Logic, Pearson Education/PHI, New Delhi,
2
nd
Indian Reprint,
2004.
2.
The MCS
–
80 / 85 Family User’s Manual, INTEL
04E506
I
NDUCTION AND SYNCHRONOUS MACHINES
3 1 0 4
THREE

PHASE INDUCTION MOTO
RS:
Principle of operation
–
Types of construction
–
Torque equation
–
Torque

Slip
characteristics
–
Maximum torque
–
Effect of rotor resistance.
(5)
Equivalent circuit
–
Phasor
diagram
–
Performance calculation from circle diagram

Induction Generators
–
Testing.
(6)
Starters
–
DOL, Auto

Transformer, Star

Delta and Rotor resistance starters
–
Speed control
–
Crawling and Cogging
–
Electrical Braking.
(5)
SINGLE

PHASE IND
UCTION MOTORS:
Principle of operation
–
Double revolving field theory
–
Equivalent circuit
–
Performance calculations
–
Methods of self starting.
(4)
SYNCHRONOUS GENERATO
RS:
Types

Constructional features
–
3

phase windings
–
Winding factors
–
EMF eq
uation
–
Armature reaction
–
Voltage regulation
–
Predetermination of regulation by synchronous impedance, mmf, and Potier reactance
methods.
(6)
Load characteristics
–
Power expression
–
Parallel operation
–
Synchronising and synchronising
power
–
Active and reactive
power sharing
–
Alternator on infinite Busbar
–
General load diagram.
(6)
SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS:
Principle of operation
–
Methods of starting
–
Phasor diagrams
–
V

curves and Inverted
V

curves

Power/Power

angle relat
ions
–
Synchronous condensers
–
Hunting and methods of Suppression.
(5)
TWO REACTION THEORY:
Salient pole machine analysis
–
Phasor diagrams
–
Voltage regulation
–
Power / Power angle
relation
–
Determination of Xd
and Xq.
(5)
Total 42
TEXTBOOKS :
1.
Murugesh Kumar, K, “Induction & Synchronous Machines”,
Vikas Publishing House Ltd, 2000
2.
Say, M.G., “Alternating Current Machines”, Fifth Edition, Pitman, 1990.
REFERENCES :
1.
Alexander, S. Langsdorf., “Theory of Alternating Current Machinery”, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd., New Delh
i,
1990.
2.
Gupta, B.R., and Vandana, Singhal., “Fundamentals of Electric Machines”, New Age International Publishers, New Delhi,
1996.
4M702/04E702/04L702/ 04Z702/04T702/04I702/04H702
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT
3
0
0
3
PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT:
Meaning, definition and significance of management, basic functions of management

planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling.
Engineers and organizational environment

social, economic,
technological and politic
al.
Social responsibility of Engineers.
(5)
MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS:
MBO, Theory Z, Kaizen, Six Sigma, Quality Circles and TQM.
(5)
BUSINESS PROCESS REENGINEERING:
Need for BPR, various phases of BPR, production and productivity

factors
influencing produc
tivity.
(4)
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR:
Significance of OB, role of leadership, personality and motivation.
Attitudes, values and
perceptions at work.
(5)
INDUSTRIAL AND BUSINESS ORGANISATION:
Growth of industries (Small scale, medium scale and large scale
industries).
Forms of business organizations.
Resource management
–
Internal and external sources.
(5)
MATERIALS MANAGEMENT:
Importance and scope of materials management, purchase procedure, inventory control and
systems for inventory control
–
ROL,
EOQ, MRP, ABC Analysis, VED, FSN and Value Analysis.
(4)
MARKETING MANAGEMENT:
Definition and approaches to marketing management

marketing environment. The marketing
process.
Marketing mix, advertising, sales promotion and consumer behaviour.
(4)
HUMAN
RESOURCE MANAGEMENT:
Importance, objectives and functions, job analysis and recruitment, selection and
placement, training and development

case discussion.
(4)
JOB EVALUATION:
Meaning and methods of job evaluation.
Performance appraisal

meaning and m
ethods of
performance
appraisal.
(3)
WELFARE IN INDUSTRY:
Working condition, service facilities, legal legislation

Factories Act, 1948 and Workmen’s
Compensation Act.
(3)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Harold Koontz, Heinz Weihrich and Ramachandra Aryasri, “Principles of Management”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi,
2004.
2.
Mamoria
C B, “Personnel Management”, Sultan Chand
and
Sons, New Delhi, 2002.
REFERENCES:
1.
John
W
Newstrom and
Keith Davis, “Organizational Behavior”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2002.
2.
Philip Kotler, “Marketing Management”, Pearson
Education Asia, New Delhi, 2003.
3.
Khanna
O P, “Industrial Engineering and
Management”, Dhanpat Rai Publications, New Delhi, 2003.
04E507
MICROPROCESSORS AND DSP LAB
0 0 3 1
1.
Binary Addition and Subtraction in 8085
2.
BCD Addition and Subtraction in 8085
3.
Table Processing using 8085
4.
Multiplication and Division in 8085
5.
Interfacing with 8085
a)
Waveform Generation using 8255
b)
Interfacing Display unit with 8085
6.
Design of IIR filters by BLT method
7.
Design of FIR
filters by Windowing method
8.
Design of FIR filters by Frequency Sampling method
9.
Design of Optimum FIR filters
10.
Implementation of Convolution Sum using Digital Signal Processor TMS320C50 starter kit.
04E508
ELECTRICAL MACHINES LAB
0 0 3 1
1.
Load Test on Three Phase Induction Motor
2.
No load Test and Blocked Rotor Test on Three Phase Induction Motor.
3.
Electrical Braking of 3

Phase Induction Motor
4.
Load Test on Single Phase Induction Motor
5.
Regulation of Alternator by Synchronous Impedance and MMF Methods.
6.
Regulation of Alternator by ZPF Method
7.
Regulation of Alternator by Bus bar Loading
8.
V and Inverted V Curve of Synchronous Motor
9.
Load test on Three Phase Induction Generator
10.
Regulation of Salient Pole
Alternator by Blondel’s Method
REFERENCE:
1.
Murugesh Kumar.K., “Electrical Laboratory Exercises”,
Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi,2004.
04E509
TECHNICAL SEMINAR
0 0 2 1
The students are expected to make presentations
throughout the semester under the supervision of a team of respective
department faculty. The students are to be grouped appropriately so that each student makes a minimum of two different
presentations on engineering topics of current interest. Every stud
ent has to submit an approved technical report prior to his
presentation. Evaluation will be made based on the reports, the presentations and the interactions during the question answer
sessions.
04E309
INDUSTRIAL / FIELD T
RAINING I
0 0 3 1
MOTOR WIND
ING SECTION (RMD)
:
Study the stampings

Stator stamping

Copper wire

SWG

Coil
winding

Assembling
of coils

Insulating materials used.
ROTOR ASSEMBLY SECTI
ON (RMD)
:
Study the Rotors assembled

shaft and rotors

Die cast aluminum rotor

Copper
rotors

rotors for submergible pumps

assembling

welding

Turning and balancing.
STUDY OF MOTOR BODY
PRODUCTION SECTION (
RMD)
:
Study the Cast Iron motor Body

sequence of production of
motor body

study the machines and the electric mot
or drives in each of the machine tool

Speed setting.
ELECTRIC MOTOR ASSEM
BLY (RMD)
:
See the types of motors, mono blocks assembly

Name plate details specifications

Testing of motor

Painting of motors
WINDING OF SUBMERSIB
LE MOTORS (RMD)
:
Study
the submersible motor winding

steel tube body

assembly of
stamping

winding with PVC wires

end
connections

cable

water proof testing. Assembling with rotors.
SPECIAL MOTORS WINDI
NG & REPAIR SECTION
(RMD)
:
See the special type of motors under single phase AC, Three
phase AC Induction motor, Slip ring motor, DC motor, shaded pole DC motors,
and other special motors

construction
–
detailed study of slip ring assembly, Commutator assembly.
SPECIAL MOTOR AS
SEMBLY SECTION (RMD)
:
Study of special motors and generators

single phase motors

commutator motor

slip ring motors

DC motors

DC generators assembly of poles

special motors.
LATHE ASSEMBLY AND E
LECTRICAL CONTROLS (
HED)
:
Study the lathe asse
mbly section
–
study the Electric motor

for
spindle drive

forward/reverse/stop controls

coolant motors switches and control panel.
POWER SUPPLY AND DIS
TRIBUTION SYSTEM (PO
WER HOUSE)
:
Study the incoming HV

supply

Transformer rating

Power Hous
e

mains

distribution boards

Control panels

meters

Capacitors banks

Generator room.
SEMESTER 8
04E602
PERSONAL COMPUTER SY
STEMS
3 1 0 4
PC PROCESSOR
:
8088 Architecture

Addressing modes

Instruction set

Features of Pentium
processors.
(7)
AT ARCHITECTURE:
System units

Task allocations of system board

Timer

PPI

DMA and interrupt controller

Memory
map

I/O map

AT bus. (ISA) specifications

PCI bus

Extended memory and Expanded memory.
(7)
PERIP
HERAL INTERFACE:
Keyboard

Speaker

Printer

Display adapters

VGA standard

Floppy disk and hard disk
formats

Mouse interface

CD ROM structure.
(8)
ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PR
OGRAMMING:
Program Development stages

Macro Assembler

Directives (real mode only)

Linker

Debugger.
(7)
STRUCTURE OF MS

DOS:
BIOS

DOS kernel

Command processor

Boot record

File directory

MS

DOS booting
process

Program segment prefix

C
OM and EXE files

BIOS and DOS interrupts

Structure of device drivers.
(7)
WINDOWS:
Structure of window systems

Windows 98

System architecture

Device drivers for windows

Virtual memory
management

Windows based applications

MS

DO
S based applications.
(6)
Total
42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Douglas V. H
all.,
"Microprocessors and Interfacing: Programming and Hardware", 2nd Edition, McGraw Hill, 1999.
2.
Barry, B. Brey., "The Intel Microprocessor 8086/8088, 80186/80188, 80286, 80386,
80486, Pentium and
Pentium
Pro

processor Architecture, Pro
gramming and Interfacing", Pearson Education/ Prentice Hall of India, 4th Edition,
1997.
REFERENCES:
1.
Mathivanan N., “ Microprocessors, PC Hardware and Interfacing”, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2003.
2.
Ray Duncan., "Advanced MSDOS
Progra
mming",
2nd Edition, BPB Publications, 1994.
3.
IBM PC/AT Technical Reference Manual, IBM Corporation, USA 1982.
4
Russel Borland, "Microsoft Windows 98", Microsoft Press Publications, 1997.
04E603
POWER ELECTRONICS
3 1 0 4
POWER SEMICONDUCTOR
DEVICES:
Introduction

Power Diodes

Power Transistors

Power MOSFETs

IGBTs

Thyristor family : SCRs, Triacs, GTOs and IG
CT

Static and Dynamic characteristics

Protection circuits

Series and parallel
connections.
(6)
AC TO DC CONVERTERS:
Diode rectifiers: single phase and three phase diode bridge rectifiers with R, RL and RLE load

Estimation of average load voltag
e and average load current

Free wheeling diode, Controlled rectifiers: Single phase and
three phase half wave Thyristor converters. Estimation of average load voltage and average load current.
Single phase half
controlled and fully controlled Thyristo
r bridge converters

Estimation of average load voltage and load current for continuous
current operation

Input power factor estimation for ripple free load current

Three phase half and fully controlled Thyristor
converters (no analysis)

Dual conver
ters.
(8)
AC TO AC CONVERTERS:
Single phase full wave controller with R and RL load

Estimation of RMS load voltage, RMS load
current and input power factor

Three phase AC voltage controllers (No analysis)

Single phase to single phase
cycloconvert
ers.
(6)
DC TO DC CONVERTERS:
Principle of step up and step down operation

Single quadrant DC chopper with R, RL and RLE
load

Time ratio control

Estimation of average load voltage and load current for continuous current operation

Two quadrant
and
four quadrant DC choppers.
(5)
DC TO AC CONVERTERS:
Types

Voltage source and current source inverters

Single phase bridge inverters

Three phase
bridge inverters

Control of AC output voltage

Harmonic reduction.
(5)
CONTROL CIRCUITS:
Functi
onal requirements of the switching control circuits

Generation of control signals for single phase
AC to DC converters

Cosine wave crossing control, ramp comparator approach. Generation of timing pulses for DC choppers

PWM techniques for DC to AC co
nverters

Introduction to power converter control using microprocessors, microcontrollers
and DSP
(6)
APPLICATIONS:
Motor drive applications:
DC motor drives using phase controlled Thyristor converters and DC Choppers

AC voltage controller and inve
rter fed induction motor drives

UPS

HVDC systems

Tap changing of Transformers.
(6)
Total
42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Rashid, M.H., "Power Electronics
–
Circuits, Devices and Applications", Pearson Education (Singapore) Pte. Ltd,
New Delhi, 2004. / Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi.
2.
Ned Mohan,
Undeland and Robbins, “ Power Electronics

Converters, Applications and Design”, John Wiley & sons
(Asia)
Pte. Ltd, Singapore, 2003
REFERENCES :
1.
Philip T. Krein, “ Elements of Power Electronics”, Oxford University Press, Inc., New Yor
k, 2003.
2.
Joseph Vithayathil., "Power Electronics", Mc

Graw Hill series in Electrical and Computer Engineering, USA, 1995.
04E604
ELECTRICAL MACHINE DESIGN
3 1 0 4
MAIN DIMENSION:
Output equation

Choice of specific electric and magnetic load
ings

Separation of
D and L for rotating
machines.
(4)
MAGNETIC CIRCUIT CAL
CULATIONS:
MMF for airgap

Effects of slots, ventilating ducts and saliency

MMF for teeth

Leakage reactance.
(6)
ELECTRIC CIRCUIT CAL
CULATIONS:
Estimation of number of conductors / turns

Coils

Slots

Conductor dimension

Slot
dimension.
(5)
DC MACHINES:
Choice of number of poles

Length of airgap

Design of field system, Interpoles, Commutator and
Brushes.
(5)
TRANSFORMERS:
Classification

Core section

Window dimensions

Yoke dimension

Overall dimension

Design of tanks
and cooling tubes.
(5)
THREE PHASE INDUCTIO
N MACHINES:
L
ength of airgap

Cage rotor

End rin
g current

Wound rotor

Dispersion
coefficient.
(5)
No

load current calculations

Stator and rotor resistance

Losses and efficiency
(4)
SYNCHRONOUS MACHINES
:
Short circuit ratio

Airgap length

Salient pole rotor

Cylindrical rotor

Damperwinding.
(5)
Introduction to computer aided design.
(3)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS
:
1.
Sawhney, A.K., "A Course in Electrical Machine Design", Dhanpat Rai & Company,
New Delhi, 2004.
2.
Sen, S.K, "Prin
ciples of Electric Machine Design with Computer Programmes", Oxford publishers, 1987.
REFERENCE
S :
1.
V.N. Mittle and A. Mittle, ‘Design of Electrical Machines’, Standard Publications and Distributors, Delhi, 2002.
2.
R.K. Agarwal
, ‘Principles of Electrical Machine Design’, S.K.Kataria and Sons, Delhi, 2002.
3.
Shanmugasundaram, A., Gangadharan G. and Palani R., "Electrical Machine Design Data Book", Wiley Eastern Ltd., New
Delhi, 1979.
04E605
GENERATION, TRANSMISSION AND DI
STRIBUTION
3 1 0 4
GENERATION:
Power systems

Generation, transmission and distribution

Types of power stations

Load forecasting

Load
capacity factor

Connected load factor

Load duration curve

Selection of units.
(7)
TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS
:
Var
ious systems of transmission
–
Advantages of high transmission voltages

Comparison of
conductor materials required for various overhead systems.
(6)
OVERHEAD LINES:
Electrical constants

Resistance, Inductance, capacitance of Single and 3 Phase lines

Effects of earth
on capacitance

Skin effect

Proximity effect

Transposition

Bundled conductors

Line supports.
(6)
PERFORMANCE:
Short and medium transmission lines

Phasor diagrams

Nominal T and Pi methods

Li
ne regulation

Efficiency. Rigorous solution for long line

ABCD constants

Ferranti effect

Tuned power lines

Surge impedance and surge
impedance loading.
(7)
LINE INSULATORS
:
Insulating materials

Pin type

Suspension type

Limitation of pi
n type

Potential distribution over a
string of suspension insulators

Methods of increasing string efficiency.
(5)
UNDERGROUND CABLES:
Comparison between overhead lines and underground cables

Type and manufacture of cables

Capacitance and insulati
on resistance

Sheath effects

Grading

Stresses

Loss angle

Breakdown voltage

Optimum cable
length.
(6)
AC DISTRIBUTION SYST
EMS:
Feeders, distributors and service mains

Radial and ring main systems

Calculation of voltage
in distributors with
concentrated and distributed loads.
(5)
Total 42
TEXT
BOOKS
:
1.
Mehta, V.K., Rohit Mehta , "Principles of
Power Systems", S.Chand
& Co. Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2004.
2.
Singh S.N,” Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution”, Prentice

Hall
of India Pvt., Ltd, New Delhi,
2003.
REFERENCES
:
1.
Soni, M.L., Gupta, P.V., Bhatnagar U.S. and Chakrabarthi A., "A Text Book on Power
System Engineering", Dhanpat Rai &
Co., New
Delhi,
1997.
2.
Uppal, S.L., "Electrical Power", Khanna Publisher
s, New Delhi, Thirteenth Edition, 1995.
3.
W
adhwa, C.L., "Electrical Power Systems", New Age International Publishers, New Delhi, Second Edition, 1996.
4.
Gupta, B.R., "Power System Analysis and Design", Wheeler Publishing, New
Delhi,
1993.
5.
John
, J. Grainger, and William, D. Stevenson, "Power System Analysis", Mc

Graw Hill International Edition, New York,
1994.
04E608
DESIGN LAB
0 0 3 1
1.
8086 Assembler Programming
2.
DOS Interrupts
3.
Interfacing Digital I/O card with IBM PC
4.
Mouse programming
5.
Interfacing ADC/DAC card with IBM PC
6.
CAD of Electrical Machines (DC/AC Machines)
7.
Cross sectional 2D view of Electrical Machines using AUTOCAD
8.
Effect of air gap variation for 3

phase induction motor
9.
3

phase induction motor winding configurations
10. Performance analysis of special machines
using MotorPro
04E609
POWER ELECTRONICS LAB
0 0 3 1
1.
Characteristics of MOSFET and IGBT
2.
Diode Bridge Rectifier with R and RL Load
3.
Single Phase Half and Fully Controlled Thyristor converter with R and RL Load.
4.
DC Chopper with R and RL Load
5.
Single Phase AC Voltage Controller with R and RL Load
6.
Single Phase PWM Inverter
7.
Three Phase PWM Inverter
8.
Three Phase AC Voltage Controller with R and RL Load
9.
Three Phase Fully Controlled Thyristor converter
10.
Pspice Simulation of Power Electronic Circuits
04E409
INDUSTRIAL / FIELD T
RAINING II
0 0 3 1
STUDY OF THE ELECTRI
CAL STUDY CENTRE
:
Study the various parts, switches, controllers, motors available at the
electrical study center and study the catalogs, leaflets and study materials provided.
STUDY OF CONTROLS IN
CONVENTIONAL MACHINE
S
:
Study the wiring diagram for PSG 124 lathes

See the wiring
control panel for reversible operation. Study the electric breaks and other control elements

Do the wiring

Connect to a motor
and see the op
eration.
STUDY OF ELECTRICAL
CONTROL IN VERTICAL
TURRET LATHE (RMD)
:
Study the control system & operation of vertical
lathe par dent

operators control panel. Different motors and drive motions, inching and operation control. Main control panel
wiring
diagram study.
STUDY OF CNC MACHINE
AND ITS CONTROL
:
Study the CNC lathe

the X axis and Y axis controls servomotors or AC
servomotor

note down the specification

see the encoder and re

circulating bass screw assemble

Study the infinitely
variable
speed drive motor and tacho generator for speed monitoring. Study the control panel and different control elements.
STUDY OF CNC CONTROL
PANEL WIRING SECTION
(HED / ELECTRICAL CO
NTROL)
:
Study the control panel wiring
section

Different control system
elements in the panel

layout diagram. Modular assembly

wiring

colour coding

Ferrules
used for identification

control panel operation

Transformer

output terminals.
STUDY OF PLC AND ITS
CONTROL PANEL ( SIEM
ENS LAB)
RAPID PROTOTYPING CE
NT
RE VISIT
:
Visit rapid prototyping center and see the rapid prototyping machines. Selective laser
sintering machine

fused deposition modeling machine and coordinate measuring machines.
STUDY OF CONTROL FOR
LIFT (EB

BLOCK)
:
Study the operations of lif
t in EB Block
to know the operators panel

selection method

study the various indication inside and outside the doors

go to the lift room. See the electrical motor main
drives

study the control panel and PLC operation. Study the PLC Program for lif
t operation.
04E007
NON CONVENTIONAL ENERGY SOURCES
3 0 0 3
INTRODUCTION:
Trends in energy consumption

World energy scenario

Energy sources and their availability

Conventional
and renewable sources

Need to develop new energy technologies.
(5)
SOLAR THERMAL ELECTRIC CONVERSION:
Principle of solar thermal power generation

Low and medium
temperature
systems

Stirling cycle

Solar thermal power generation

Brayton cycle

Tower concept

Cost effectiveness.
(5)
PHOTO

VOLTAIC ENERGY CONVERSION:
Solar radiation and measurement

Solar cells and their characterisation

Influence of insulation and temperature

PV arrays

Electrical
storage
with
batteries

Charge controllers.
(5)
POWER CONDITIONING SCHEMES
:
DC Power conditioning converters

Maximum power point tracking
algorithms

AC
Power conditioners

Line commutated Thyristor Inverters

Synchronised
Operation with grid supply

Stand alone inverter

Applications

Economic
analysis
of
PV
systems.
(6)
WIND ENERGY SYSTEMS:
Basic principle of wind energy conversion

Nature of wind

Power in the wind

Components of a
wind energy conversion system

Classification of WECS

Generator control

Load control.
(6)
ENERGY FROM OCEA
NS:
Ocean thermal energy conversion

Method of ocean thermal electric power generation

Energy
from tides

Ocean Waves

Mini, micro hydel power generation

Hybrid systems.
(5)
MHD ENERGY CONVERSIONS:
Principle of Magneto Hydro Dynamic (MHD) power ge
neration

Types of MHD systems

Advantages
(5)
MISCELLANEOUS SOURCES:
Principle of operation of solar ponds

Types of solar ponds

Extraction of thermal energy

Electric power generation from solar pond

Desalination and Industrial process
heating

Geothermal energy

Earth's
energy

Heat extraction

Vapour Turbine cycle

Fuel
cells

Types

Energy from fusion and Bio

mass.
(5)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS
:
1.
Rao. S, and Paruklekar, “ Energy Technology
–
N
on Conventional, Renewable and Conventional”, Khanna Pub, New
Delhi 1999.
2.
Mukund R. Patel, “ Wind and Solar Power Systems”, CRC Press LLC,
New York, 1999.
REFERENCES
:
1.
Rai, G.D., "Non Conventional Energy Sources", Khanna
Publishers, New Delhi, 1993.
2.
Garg, H.P., and Prakash, J., "Solar Energy

Fundamentals and Applications", Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1997.
04E028
DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS
3 0 0 3
INTRODUCTION:
Data types

Primitive data structures

Linear and non

linear data structures

Data structure operations

Data structures in C language

Algorithm

Analysis of Algorithms.
(5)
STACK:
Stacks

Array implementation of stacks
–
Applications

Conversion of infix expressions to polish notati
on

Parenthesis checking

Array implementation of strings

Operation on strings

‘C’ implementation of stack operations.
(5)
QUEUES
: Array implementation

Types

Dequeues

Priority queues

‘C’ implementation of Queue operations.
(5)
LINKED LIST
: O
peration of linear list

Linked list

Implementation of stacks and queues

Circular list

Doubly linked list

List
with header node

Applications

Dynamic memory management

Garbage collection.
(5)
TREES:
Definitions

Binary trees

Operations on
binary trees

Storage representation

Application of trees

Manipulation of
arithmetic expression

Huffman's algorithm.
(5)
SORTING
: Bubble sort, radix sort

Internal sorting

Insertion sort, Quick sort, Heap sort

External sorting

Magnetic
tapes and
disk storage.
(6)
SEARCHING:
Linear search

Binary search

Search trees

B

trees

B+ trees

Trees structure

Hash table methods

Collision resolution techniques.
(5)
FILE STRUCTURES:
Definition and concepts

File organisation

Sequen
tial, Random, Linked organisation

Inverted files

Virtual memory, VSAM files, Multi key access

Multi test organisation.
(6)
Total 42
TEXTBOOKS :
1.
Yedidayah Langsam, Moshe J. Augenstein and Aaron M.Tanenbaum, "Data Structures using C and C++", Prentice Hall
of India,
New Delhi, 1997.
/ Pearson Education, New Delhi.
2.
Tremblay and Sorenson, "An Introduction to Data Structures with Applications" Tata McGraw

Hill, New Delhi, 1999.
REFERENCES :
1.
Seymour Lipzchutz, "Data Structures", Schaum's outline series, Tata McGraw

Hill, New Delhi, 2002.
2.
Mark Allen Weiss, "Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis in C++", Pearson Education, New Delhi, 1999.
3.
Ellis Horowitz Sartaj Sahni, "Data Structures in PASCAL", Galgotia Book source, New Delhi, Reprint, 1995.
4.
Gottfried, Byron S, " Programming With C ", Tata McGraw

Hill, New Delhi, 1999.
04E034
INTERNET TOOLS AND JAVA PROGRAMMING
3 0 0 3
INTRODUCTION
: Internet
–
Internet Services
–
Protocols
–
Internet Information Services
–
Mail Based Service
–
Internet
Database Server
–
System & Network Requirments, World Wide Web Server and Browser, Internet Tools
–
Usenet
–
E

mail
–
IRC
–
News
–
FTP and Telnet
–
Gopher and Gopher pace.
(5)
JAVA PROGRAMMING
:
The Genesis of Java

An Overview of Java
–
Data Type, Variables and Arrays
–
Operators
–
Control
Statements
–
Programming Examples.
(6)
Introduction to Classes
–
A Closer Look at Methods and Classes
–
Inheritance
–
Simple Examples.
(6)
Packages and
Interfaces
–
Exception Handling
–
Multithreaded Programming
–
Simple Examples.
(6)
HTML PROGRAMMING
: Essential HTML
–
Working with Text using Simple Tags
–
Presenting and Arranging the Text with
Simple Tags
–
Working with Images
–
Images in Web Pages
–
Graphic Formats
–
Links
–
Creating Hyperlinks
–
Creating Text
hyperlinks
–
Creating Graphical Hyperlinks
–
Simple Examples.
(5)
APPLETS
–
The Applet
Class.
(4)
I
NTRODUCTION TO AWT
–
Working with Windows Graphics and Text.
(5)
USING AWT CONTROLS
: Simple Examples using the Controls

Labe
ls, Push Buttons, Check Boxes, Choice Lists, Lists,
Scroll Bars, Text Editing.
(5)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS
:
1.
Criket Liu, etal, Jerry Pack, Russ Jones, Bryan Blux and Adrian Nye, “Managing Internet Information Services”, O’Reilly &
As
sociates Inc., 1995.
2.
Steven Holzner, “HTML Black Book”, First Edition, Dreamtech Press, New Delhi, 2000.
REFERENCES:
1.
Herbert Schildt, “The Complete Reference Java 2”, Fourth Edition, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2001.
2.
Jamie
Jaworskir, “Java Developers Guide”, Macmillan Computer Publishing, 1996.
SEMESTER 9
04E703
COMPUTER AIDED POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS
3 1 0 4
NETWORK FORMULATION:
Formation of network matrices by singular transformation

Bus admittance matrix

Algorithms
for building bus impedance and bus admittance matrices.
(8)
COMPUTER MODELLING O
F POWER SYSTEM COMPO
NENTS:
One line diagram

Circuit model of synchronous machines,
transformers, tap changing transformers, power system networks, induction motors

Introd
uction to multiphase power system
networks.
(7)
SHORT CIRCUIT STUDIE
S:
Types of faults

Algorithms for fault calculations

Symmetrical and unsymmetrical fault analysis
by phase co

ordinate methods.
(7)
LOAD FLOW STUDIES:
Formulation of load flow problem

Solution techniques
–
Flow chart
–
Gauss

Seidal and Newton

Raphson methods

Comparison

Fast decoupled load flow method.
(7)
ECONOMIC LOAD SCHEDU
LING OF POWER SYSTEM
S:
Optimal load scheduling

Neglecting transmis
sion losses

Including transmission losses

Elementary idea of optimal load scheduling of Hydro

Thermal plants.
(6)
STABILITY STUDIES:
Steady state and transient stability

Swing equation and its solution by modified Euler and Runge

Kutta methods

Equal area criterion

Factors affecting stability and methods of improving stability.
(7)
Total
42
TEXT BOOKS
:
1.
Hadi Saadat,”Power System Analysis”, McGraw International
Editions, Electrical Engineering Series, 1999.
2.
Wadhwa C. L., “Electrical Power Systems”, New Age International (P) Ltd., New Delhi, Third Edition, 2003.
REFERENCES
:
1.
Gupta, B.R., "Power System Analysis and Design", S.Chand and company
Ltd., New Delhi, 2004.
2.
Singh, L.P., "Advanced Power System Analysis and Dynamics", Wiley Eastern Ltd., New Delhi, 1992.
3.
Elgerd, O., “Electric Energy Systems Theory

An introduction “, Tata Mc

Graw Hill Publishing Ltd., New Delhi, 1991.
4.
Sta
gg, G.W., and El.Abied, A.H., "Computer Methods in Power System Analysis", McGraw Hill Publishing Co., New
Delhi,
1971.
04E704
POWER SYSTEM PROTECTION AND SWITCHGEARS
3 1 0 4
FAULT ANALYSIS
:
Per unit representation

Symmetrical short circuits

Current limiting reactors

Symmetrical components
and its applications to power system fault analysis.
(7
)
PROTECTIVE RELAYS:
Definition

Requirement of relays

Universal torque equation

Non directional and directional over
current relays

Distance relays

Impedance, Mho and Reactance relays

Differential, Pilot and negative sequence relays
–
Under fr
equency relays

Introduction to static relays.
(7)
PROTECTION:
Alternator, transformer, Busbar, and motors and feeder protection using relays

Microprocessor and
computer
application in protective relaying
–
Microprocessor based protective schemes.
(7)
CIRCUIT BREAKERS:
Functions of switchgear

Elementary principles of arc extinction

Arc control devices

Recovery
voltage and restriking voltage

Bulk oil, l
ow oil, air blast, vacuum and sulphur hexafluoride circuit brakers

LT Breakers

HVDC
breakers

Rating

Testing of circuit breakers.
(7)
SURGE AND SURGE PROT
ECTION:
Switching surges

Lightning

Over
voltage
due
to
lightning

Protections against
lightning

Lightning arresters

Lightning
arrester selection

Surge absorbers.
(7)
EARTHING AND INSULAT
ION CO

ORDINATION:
Solid, resistance and reactance earthing

Arc suppression coil

Earthing
transformers

Earthwires

Ea
rthing of appliances

Insulation co

ordination: Definition

Determination of line insulation

Insulation levels of sub

station equipment

Co

ordination amongst items of substation
equipment

Introduction to Indian
Electricity
rules.
(7)
Total
42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Sunil, S.Rao., "Switchgear Protection and Power Systems", Khanna Publishers, Delhi, 1999.
2.
Wadhwa, C.L., "Electrical Power Systems", New Age International Publishers, Delhi, 2000.
REFERENCES:
1.
Ravindranath
, B., and Chander, M., “Power System Protection and Switchgear”, New Age International Ltd., New
Delhi,
1977.
2.
Soni, M.L., Gupta, P.V., Bhatnagar, U.S. and Chakrabarti, A., "A Text Book on Power Systems Engineering", Dhanpat
Rai
& Co Ltd., D
elhi, 2003.
3.
Uppal, S.L., "Electrical Power", Khanna Publishers, Delhi, Thirteenth Edition 1995.
04E011
ELECTRIC DRIVES AND CONTROL
3 0 0 3
CHARACTERISTICS OF E
LECTRIC DRIVES:
Speed

Torque characteristics of various types of loads and drive motors

Joint speed

Torque characteristics

Selection of power rating for drive motors with regard to thermal overloading and load
variation factors
–
load equalisation
–
Starting, brak
ing, and reversing operations.
(9)
DC DRIVES
:
Speed control of DC motors

Ward

Leonard scheme

drawbacks

Thyristor converter fed dc drives:

Single,
two and four quadrant operations

Chopper fed DC
drives :

Time ratio control and current limit control

Single, two and four
quadrant operations

Effect of ripples on the motor performance.
(9)
THREE PHASE INDUCTIO
N MOTOR DRIVES:
Speed control of 3 phase Induction Motors

Stator control: Stator
voltage and
frequency control

AC chopper, Inverter and cycloconverter fed Induction Motor drives, rotor control

Rotor resistance control
and slip power recovery schemes

Static control of rotor resistance using DC chopper

Static Krammer and Scherbiu
s drives
–
Introduction to Vector Controlled Induction Motor Drives.
(10)
THREE PHASE SYNCHRON
OUS MOTOR DRIVES:
Speed control of 3 phase Synchronous Motors

True synchronous and
self controlled modes of operations

Inverter fed Synchronous Motors

Commutatorless DC motors

cycloconverter fed
Synchronous Motor

Effect of harmonics on the performance of AC motors.
(7)
DIGITAL CONTROL AND
DRIVE APPLICATIONS:
Digital techniques in speed control

Advantages and limitations

Microprocessor/Microc
ontroller and PLC based control of drives

Selection of drives and control schemes for Steel rolling mills,
Paper mills, Lifts and Cranes.
(7)
Total
42
TEXT BOOKS
:
1.
Dubey, G.K.,
"Fundamentals of Electrical Drives", Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi, 2003.
2.
Bose, B.K., " Modern Power Electronics and AC Drives", Pearson Education (Singapore) Pte. Ltd, New Delhi, 2003
REFERENCES
:
1.
Ion Boldea and S. A. Nasar”, Electric
Drives”, CRC Press LLC, New York, 1999.
2.
Bose, B.K., "Power Electronics and Variable frequency Drives
–
Technology and Applications", IEEE, Press, Inc.,
New
York, 1997.
3.
Krishnan R, “ Electric Motor Drives : Modelling, Analysis and Control, Pren
tice Hall of India, Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, 2002
4.
Vedam Subramanyam, “ Electric Drives : Concepts and Applications”, Tata McGraw hill Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, 2002.
04E012
SPECIAL ELECTRICAL MACHINES
3 0 0 3
AC COMMUTATOR MOTORS
:
Schrage motor

Principle of operation, Phasor diagram, Performance

Principle of
operation
–
Equivalent circuit
–
Phasor diagram
–
Performance of Repulsion motor and Universal motor.
(8)
STEPPING MOTORS :
Constructional features
–
principle of
operation
–
variable reluctance motor
–
single and Multi stack
configurations
–
Permanent Magnet Stepper motor
–
Hybrid stepper motor. Different modes of Excitation

theory of torque
predictions
–
linear and non

linear analysis
–
characteristics
–
drive c
ircuits.
(8)
SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MOTORS:
Constructional features
–
principle of operation
–
torque prediction
–
power
controllers
–
Nonlinear analysis
–
Microprocessor based control

characteristics
–
computer control.
(8)
PERMANENT MAGNET MOTO
RS
: Principle of operation
–
types
–
magnetic circuit analysis
–
EMF and Torque equations
–
Power Controllers
–
Motor characteristics and control of
PMDC, PMSM , BLDC motor.
(9)
LINEAR MOTORS
: Linear Induction motor
(LIM) classification
–
constructio
n
–
Principle of operation
–
Concept of
currentsheet

goodnessfactor
–
DC Linear motor (DCLM) types
–
circuit equation

DCLM control applications
–
Linear
Synchronous motor(LSM)
–
Types

Performance equations
–
Applications.
(9)
Total 42
REFERENCES :
1.
Taylor E.o,”The performance and design of AC commutator motors”.Sir Issac Pitman &sons,London,1998,
2.
Kenjo, T., ‘Stepping Motors and the
ir Microprocessor Controls’, Clarendon Press London, 1984
3.
Miller, T.J.E., ‘Brushless Permanent Magnet and Reluctance Motor Drives’, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1989
4.
Naser A and Boldea L,”Linear Electric Motors:Theory Design and Practical
Applications”,Prentice Hall Inc., New
Jerscy.1987
04E021
VLSI DESIGN
3 0 0 3
OVERVIEW OF VLSI DES
IGN METHODOLOGY:
VLSI design
process

Architectural design

Logical design

Physical
design

Layout styles

Full custom

Semi custom approaches.
(3)
BASIC ELECTRICAL PRO
PERTIES OF MOS AND C
MOS CIRCUITS:
MOS T
ransistor
–
Threshold voltage

Pass transistor

Transmission gate

Basic DC equations

Second order effects

MOS modules

Small signal AC characteristics

nMOS
inverter

Steered input to an
nMOS inverter

Depletion mode and enhancement mode pull ups

CMOS inverter

DC
characteristics

Inverter delay
–
Power co
nsumption in CMOS gates
–
Static dissipation
–
Dynamic Dissipation.
(8)
VLSI FABRICATION TEC
HNIQUES:
An overview of wafer fabrication

Wafer processing

Oxidation

Patterning

Diffusion

Ion implantation

Deposition

Silicon gate nMOS
process
–
CMOS processes
–
n well

p well

Twintub

Silicon on insulator

CMOS process enhancements

Interconnect

Circuit elements

latchup

Latch up prevention techniques.
(6)
MOS AND CMOS CIRCUIT
DESIGN PROCESSES:
Layer representations

Stick diagrams

nMOS design style

CMOS
design style

Design rules

Need for design rules

Mead Conway design rules for the silicon gate nMOS process

CMOS n
well / p well
lambda based design
rules

Simple layout examples.
(7)
Sheet resistance

Resistance estimation

Capacitance estimation

Driving large capacitive loads.
(3)
nMOS AND CMOS CIRCUIT AND LOGIC DESIGN:
Switch logic

Pass transistor and transmission gate

Gate logic

Other
forms of CMOS logic

Dynamic CMOS logic

Clocked CMOS logic

Precharged domino CMOS logic

Structured design

Simple combinational logic design examples

Parity generator

Multiplexers

Clocked sequential circuits

Two phase clocking

Charge storage

Dynamic register
element

nMOS and CMOS

Dynamic shift register

Semistatic register

JK flip flop
(8)
SUBSYSTEM DESIGN PRO
CESS:
General arrangement of a 4

bit arithmetic processor

Design of a 4 bit shifter

Design of a
ALU subsystem

Implementation of ALU
functions with an adder

Carry look ahead adder
–
Multipliers

Serial parallel
multipliers

Pipelined multiplier array.
(7)
Total 42
TEXT BOOK
S:
1.
Douglas, A. Pucknell, and Kamran, Eshraghian., "Basic
VLSI design", Prentice Hall
of
India,
New Delhi, 3rd Edition,
2004.
2.
Neil, H. E. Weste and Kamran Eshraghian
., "Principle of CMOS VLSI design: A
S
ystem
P
erspective", Pearson
Education,
2nd Edition, 2002.
REFERENCES:
1.
Jan M Rabaey, A Chandrakasan, B Nikolic, “ Digital Integrated Circuits”, Pearson Education, New Delhi, Third Indian
Reprint, 2
004.
/
Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi.
2.
Amar Mukherjee, "Introduction to nMOS and CMOS VLSI system design", Prentice Hall, USA, 1986.
3.
Wayne Wolf, "Modern VLSI Design: Systems on Silicon", Second Edition, Pearson Education Indian Reprint,
New
Delhi, 2000.
4.
Eugene D Fabricus, "Introduction to VLSI Design", McGraw Hill International Edition, 1990.
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4E029
DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
3 0 0 3
INTRODUCTION:
Purpose of database systems
–
data abstraction
–
data models
–
instances and schemas
–
data
independence
–
data definition language
–
database manager
–
database users over all system structure.
(4)
E

R MODEL:
E

R model
–
E

R diagram, reducing E

R diagra
m to tables.
(4)
RELATIONAL MODEL:
Structure of relational databases
–
the relational algebra
–
tuple and domain relational calculus
–
modifying the databases.
(5)
RELATIONAL COMMERCIAL LANGUAGES:
SQL

Query
–
by
–
example, Query integrity constraints
–
domain constraints
–
referential integrity
–
functional dependencies
–
assertions
–
triggers.
(7)
RELATIONAL DATABASE DESIGN:
pitfalls in relational database designs
–
normalisation using multivalued dependencies,
join dependencies. Domain

key normalfor
m. Mapping relational data to file data directory storage, buffer management. Typical
database design approach for:
Airline reservation systems
–
Inventory control
–
Library information system.
(10)
NETWORK DATA MODEL:
DBTG set construct and restrictions,
Expressing M:N relationship DBTG, cycles in DBTG, data
description in network model, scheme and sub scheme, DBTG data manipulation facility, Data base manipulation.
(6)
HIERARCHIAL DATA MODEL:
Tree concepts, data definition, data manipulation, updation,
implementation of the hierarchical
databases, additional features of the hierarchical DML.
(6)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Abraham, Siberschatz, Henry.F.Korth and Sudharshan. S, “Database System Concepts”, Mc Graw Hill, New Delhi, 2002.
2.
Ramez Elmasri and Shamkant Navethe, “Fundamentals of Database Systems”, Pearson Educ
ation, New Delhi, 2003.
REFERENCES:
1.
Raghu, Ramakrishnan, “Database Management Systems”, 3
rd
edition Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2004.
2.
Thomas Connolly. Carolyn Begg, “ Database system” 3
rd
edition Pearson education Limited, New Delhi, 200
2
3.
Jeffrey A. Hoffer, Mary B.Presscott, Fred R Mcfadden “ Modern database Management Pearson Education, New Delhi,
2002
04E030
VIRTUAL INSTRUMENTATION
3 0 0 3
INTRODUCTION
: General functional description of a digital instrument

Block diag
ram of a Virtual Instrument

Physical
quantities and Analog interfaces

Hardware and Software

User interfaces

Advantages of Virtual instruments over
conventional instruments

Architecture of a Virtual instrument and its relation to the operating
sys
tem
(8)
SOFTWARE OVERVIEW:
LabVIEW

Graphical user interfaces

Controls and Indicators

'G' programming

Labels and Text

Shape, Size and Color

Owned and free labels

Data type, Format, Precision and representation

Data types

Data flow
programming

Editing

Debugging and Runn
ing a Virtual instrument

Graphical programming palettes and tools

Front panel
objects

Functions and Libraries.
(8)
PROGRAMMING STRUCTURE:
FOR loops, WHILE loops, CASE structure, formula nodes, Sequence structures

Arrays and
Clusters

Array operations

Bundle

Bundle/Unbundle by name, graphs and charts

String and file I/O

High level and Low
level file I/O's

Attribute modes Local a
nd Global variables.
(7)
OPERATING SYSTEM AND HARDWARE OVERVIEW:
PC architecture, current trends, Operating system requirements,
Drivers
–
Interface Buses
–
PCI Bus
–
Interface cards
–
specification
–
Analog and Digital interfaces
–
Power, Speed and
timin
g considerations.
(5)
HARDWARE ASPECTS
: Installing hardware, Installing drivers

Configuring the hardware

Addressing the hardware in
LabVIEW

Digital and Analog I/O function

Data Acquisition

Buffered I/O

Real time Data Acquisition.
(7)
LABVIEW
APPLICATIONS:
IMAQ

Motion Control: General Applications

Feedback devices, Motor Drives

Instrument
Connectivity

GPIB, Serial Communication

General, GPIB Hardware & Software specifications

PX1 / PC1: Controller and
Chassis Configuration and Insta
llation.
(7)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Garry M Johnson, "Labview Graphical Programming", Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2
nd
Edition, 1996.
2.
Labview : Basics I & II Manual, National Instruments, 2005.
REFERENCES :
1.
L
isa K Wells, "Labview for Everyone", Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 1996.
2.
Barry Paron, "Sensor, Transducers and Labview", Prentice Hall, New Delhi, 2000.
04E032
COMPUTER NETWORKS
3 0 0 3
INTRODUCTION:
Computer Networks

A perspective

Goals

Applications

Switching techniques

Circuit switching

Message switching

Packet switching

Ne
twork components existing network

ARPANET

Concepts of network protocol

OSI reference model.
(6)
BASICS OF QUEUING TH
EORY:
Queuing models

Poisson statistics

M/M/1 Queues

Little's formula

Applications to
M/M/1 queue.
(6)
LAN ACCESS
TECHNIQUES:
Topologies

Star, Ring, Bus

Ethernet

Transmission media
–
protocols

Polling

Contention

ALOHA

CSMA

CSMA/CD

Token Bus and Token Ring protocols

Delay throughput characteristics

Token Ring and
CSMA/CD Bus

Performance compari
sons.
(8)
DATA COMMUNICATION T
ECHNIQUES:
Asynchronous and Synchronous communication

BISYNC, SDLC, HDLC

X 2.5
procedures

Error control coding, frame relay : Introduction
–
operation.
(7)
INTER

NETWORKING:
Principles
–
Repeaters
–
Bridges Routers
–
Gateways
–
other devices
–
Routing algorithms
–
Distance Vector routing
–
Link state routing TCP/IP

Protocol structure

Internet Protocol

Transmission control Protocol

Applications.
(8)
BROADBAND NETWORKS:
ISDN

User Access

Transmission struc
ture

ISDN protocol

Limitations

B

ISDN

ATM
concepts and principles

Introduction to VSAT networks.
(7)
Total
42
TEXT BOOKS :
1.
Behrouz Forouzan, "Introduction to Data Communications and Networking", Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, Third edition,
2004.
2.
Andrew S. Tannenbaum., "Computer Networks", Pearson
Education, New Delhi, 4
th
edition 2003/ Prentice Hall of India,
New Delhi
3.
Keiser, G.E., "Local Area Networks", Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2
nd
edition 2002.
REFERENCES :
1.
William, Stallings., "Data and Computer Communication", Prentice
Hall India, New Delhi , 1994 / Pearson
Education.
New Delhi.
2.
Vijay, Ahuja., "Design and Analysis of Computer Communication Networks", McGraw
Hill, New Delhi, 1985.
3.
Uyless, Black., "Computer Networks, Protocols, Standards and Interface
s", Prentice Hall International Edition, 1993.
4.
Basandra, S.K., "Local Area Networks", Galgotia Publications, 1993.
5.
Godbole.S “ Data Communications and Networks ” Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2002.
04E707
POWER SYSTEMS LAB
0 0 3 1
1.
Formation of a bus admittance matrix (Y
Bus
) using singular transformation method
2.
Determination of a bus impedance matrix (Z
Bus
) using building algorithm
3.
Gauss

Seidel method of solution of power

f
low problem
4.
Newton

Raphson method of solving load

flow problem
5.
Load

flow analysis using Fast Decoupled method.
6.
Symmetrical short circuit analysis
7.
Unsymmetrical short circuit an
alysis
8.
Power System modeling using MATLAB
9.
Economic operation of power system.
10.
Transient stability analysis of power systems
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