8
SEMESTER
1
08O101 CALCULUS AND ITS APPLICATIONS
3 2 0 4
BASIC CONCEPTS
: Limits and Continuity

Revision
.
(2)
MAXIMA AND MINIMA:
Maxima and minima of two variables, Constrained maxima and minima

Lagrange multiplier
method
.
(4)
INTE
GRAL CALCULUS:
Evaluation of multiple
integrals, Change the order of integration, Application of multiple integrals
to find area and volume

Applications to engineering problems. Beta and Gamma Integrals

Evaluation of definite integrals
in terms of Beta a
nd Gamma functions
.
(8)
ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS OF FIRST ORDER:
Basic concepts, Geometrical meaning, Separable
differential equations . Modeling: Separable equations. Exact differential equations, Integrating factors, Linear differenti
al
equa
tions, Bernouli equations

Applications to engineering problems
.
(8)
LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS OF SECOND AND HIGHER ORDER:
Homogeneous linear equations of second
order and higher order equations with constant coefficients. Euler

Cauchy equation, N
on

homogeneous equations,
Solution by variation parameter,

Applications to engineering problems
.
(10)
VECTOR CALCULUS:
Differentiation of vectors
–
Gradient, Divergence, Curl, Directional derivatives. Line ,Surface
integrals

Statement of Green’s ,Gauss
Divergence and Stoke’s Theorems

Applications to engineering problems
.
(10)
Total
42
TEXT BOOK
S
:
1.
Erwin Kreyszig, “Advanced Engineering Mathematics”, John Wiley& Sons,2004
.
2
.
Geo
r
ge
B
,
Thomas
J
r. and
Ross
L
Finney,
”Cal
culus and Analytical Geometry ,
Addison Wesley, 2004
.
REFERENCE
S:
1.
Ray
W
ylie
C and
Louis C
Barrett,” Advanced Engineering Mathematics”,
Tata
McGraw

Hill
Publishing Company
Ltd,
2003
.
2.
Riely K
F
, Hobson M P and Bence S J, “
Mathema
tical Methods for Physics and Engineering”,
Cambridge
U
niversity
Press, 2002.
08
D
102 APPLIED PHYSICS
(Also common with
08C102/
08M102/ 08E102/ 08L102/ 08Y102/ 08P102/ 08Z102/ 08A102/ 08T102/
08I102/ 08B102/ 08U102)
3 0 0 3
ULTRASONICS:
Introduct
ion. Production
–
magnetostriction effect, magnetostriction generator, inverse piezoelectric
effect, piezoelectric generator.
Ultrasonics detection, Properties,
Cavitation.
Industrial applications
–
drilling, welding,
soldering and cleaning.
Non Destruc
tive Testing
–
pulse echo system,
through transmission, resonance system.
Medical
applications
–
cardiology, neurology, ophthalmology, ultrasonic
imaging
(9)
LASER TECHNOLOGY:
Introduction.
Principle

spontaneous emission, stimulated emission
,
Population inversion.
Pumping mechanisms.
Types of lasers

He

Ne, CO
2
, Nd:YAG, Excimer, Dye lasers, Semiconductor laser.
Applications

Spectroscopic analysis of materials, lasers in microelectronics, drilling, welding, heat treatment, cutting, holog
raphy,
defence and ranging.
(9)
FIBER OPTICS AND SENSORS:
Principle.
Modes of propagation.
Fabrication techniques
–
rod and tube
method,
crucible

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

temperat
ure,
displacement, voltage and magnetic field measurement.
(8)
QUANTUM PHYSICS AND MICROSCOPY:
Development of quantum theory.
Dual nature of matter and rad
iation

de
Broglie wave length. Uncertainty principle. Schroedinger’s equation

Time dependent, Time independent.
Particle in a
box.
Limitations of optical microscopy. Electron microscope. Scanning electron microscope, Transmission electron
microscope, S
canning Transmission Electron Microscope, applications.
(8)
VACUUM SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY:
Introduction. Concepts of vacuum

Throughput, Pumping speed, Effective
pumping speed and Conductance.
Types of pumps

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

pressure range,
measurement
of vacuum using Pirani and
Penning gauges, merits and limitations.
Working of a vacuum system
Applications
and scope.
(8)
Total
42
TEXT BOOKS:
1
Avadhanulu
M
N and Kshir Sagar P
G, “A Text Book of
Engineering Physics
”, S.
Chand
&
Company
Ltd., New Delhi,
200
7.
2
Rao V V, Ghosh T B and Chopra K L, “Vacuum Science and Technology”, Allied Publishers L
imited, New Delhi, 1998.
9
REFERENCES:
1.
Jayakumar S, “Engineering Physics”, R K Publishers, Coimbatore, 2007.
2.
Kannan M D and Balusamy V, “Engineering Physics”, Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi, 2003.
3.
Palanisamy P K, “Engineering Physics”, Scitech Publi
cations, Chennai, 2002.
4.
Ageov N, Zuev A I and Kokora A, "Laser and Electron Beam Materials Processing", Mir Publications, Moscow, 1998.
08D103 BIOCHEMISTRY I
3 0 0 3
CARBOHYDRATES:
Carbohydrates
–
monosaccharide
–
properties, cyclic structure
, glycosidic linkage, oligosaccharides

sucrose, maltose, cellobiose, lactose
–
structure and properties. Polysaccharides

starch, cellulose
–
structure and
properties. Biological importance of carbohydrates.
(10)
PROTEINS AND GLYCOPROT
EINS:
Function of carbohydrates,
p
roteins
–
amino acids: Classification, structure,
properties and chemical reactions: Peptides: Structure of proteins: classification and functions.
(
10
)
LIPIDS:
Introduction
–
t
ypes of lipids,
chemical nature of lipid types: fattyacids, TAG, phospholipids, sphingolipids,
glycolipids, sterols. Biological membranes; structure, composition and membrane proteins: transport across the
membrane.
(10)
NUCLEIC ACIDS:
Nucleic acids
–
chemical composition of nucleic acids ; bases, nucleosides, nucleotides: nucleic acid
polymers: structure complementarity’s and functions of nucleic acids.
(12)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
M
ichael M Cox and
David L Nelson, “
Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry, W
H.Freeman and Company, New Y
ork
,
2005
2.
McKee T and McKee J R, “Biochemistry

An
I
ntroduction“, W
C Brown Publishers, lowa, 1996.
REFERENCES:
1.
Stanley H Pine, “Organic Chemistry “
,
McGraw
–
Hill Publis
hers, 2007.
2.
Donald Voet, Judith G Voet and
Charlotte W Pratt, “Fundamentals of Biochemistry: Life at the molecular Le
vel”, John
Wiley
&
Sons, New Jersey, 2006.
3.
Morrison and Boyd, “Organic Chemistry”, Pearson Education Asia, New York, 2002
.
4.
Zubay G L, “B
iochemistry”,
WCB
/
McGraw Hill Publishers, lowa, 1998.
5.
Stryer L, “Biochemistry”, W H Freeman and Company, New York
,
1975.
08O104 COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN ENGLISH
3 0 2 4
READING:
Reading Practice on a variety of subjects to develop Reading skills s
uc
h as identifying main ideas and u
sing
contexts for vocabulary.(General and semi

technical articles from Newspapers and Science Mag
azines)
(10)
WRITING:
Fundamental Principles of clear writing
–
Style and tone in formal writing with Exercises
.
(
5
)
MECHANICS OF WRITING:
Grammar in context

focus areas
–
Tenses, Prepositions, Modals, Adjectives,
Transformation
of
sentences
.
(
7
)
TECHNICAL WRITING:
Definition, Description, Instructions
,
a
nd Writing Technical
Papers.
(4)
TRANSCODING:
Interpreting Graphics and Writing coherent paragraphs.
(
2
)
Writing for focus
(
2
)
MIND MAP:
Organisation of Coherent Paragraphs and
E
ssays,
(
2
)
Cloze Test to improve Vocabulary, syntax and reading skills
(
4
)
Letter Writing
and
Short reports
(
6
)
PRACTICALS:
SPEAKING:
Practice in Speech Making Process
–
To develop Communica
tive Ability
–
Techniques for speaking fluently,
using body language, developing fluency and confidence.
Short Speeches
(
10
)
G
roup Discussions and Role

plays
(
8
)
Listening Activities
(10)
Total 70
10
TEXT
BOOK
S
:
1.
Teaching Material prepared by the Faculty, Department of English
2. Sankaranarayanan V, Sureshkumar S and Palanisamy, “Technical English for Engineering Students”, PHI, 2
008.
REFERENCES:
1.
Rodney Huddleston and Geoffrey K Pullam
,
“
A
S
tudent‘s Introduction to English Grammar
”,
Cambridge
University
Press
,
U
K
,
2005.
2.
Bert Decker
, “
The Art of Communicating
”,
Decker Communications, Inc., USA
,
2004.
3.
Meenakshi Raman and Sangeet
a
Sharma
, “
Technical
Communication
:
Principles and Practice
”,
Oxford
University
Press, U
K
,
2004.
4.
Dr AjayRai
, “
Effective English for Engineers and Technologies: Reading, Writing
and
Speaking
”,
Crest Publishing
House, New Delhi
,
2003.
5.
Paul V
Anderson
, ‘
Tec
hnical Communication
:
A Reader
–
C
entered Approach
”,
Asia Pte. Ltd., Singapore, 2003.
6.
Albert Joseph
, “
Writing Process 2000
”,
Prentice
Hall,
New Jersey, 1996
.
08
D
105 PROBLEM SOLVING AND C PROGRAMMING
(Also common with 08C105/08M105/ 08E105/ 08L105/ 0
8Y105/ 08P105/ 08A105/ 08T105/
08B105/ 08H105/ 08U105)
2 0 2 3
INTRODUCTION TO PROBLEM SOLVING:
Program development

Analyzing and Defining the Problem

Modular
Design

Algorithm

Flow Chart.
(3)
PROGRAMMING LA
NGUAGES
:
What is programming language

Types of programming language

Program
Development Environment.
(2)
C
:
The C character set
–
Identifiers and keywords
–
D
ata types
–
C
onstants
–
V
ariables
–
A
rrays
–
D
eclarations
–
E
xpressions
–
S
tatements
–
S
ym
bolic constants
–
O
perators & expressions
–
A
rithmetic operators
–
U
nary operators
–
R
elational & logical operators
–
A
ssignment operators
–
C
onditional operators
–
L
ibrary functions
–
D
ata input & output
functions.
(4)
CONTROL STATEMENTS
:
While state
ment
–
D
o
W
hile statement
–
F
or
–
N
ested loops
–
if else
–
S
witch
–
B
reak
–
continue
–
comma operator
–
go to statement
–
programs.
(2)
FUNCTIONS:
Defining a function
–
A
ccessing a function
–
P
assing arguments to functions
–
S
pecifying arguments data
t
ypes
–
F
unction prototypes
–
S
torage classes
–
auto
–
S
tatic
–
E
xtern and register variables.
(3)
ARRAYS:
Defining a
n
array
–
P
rocessing array
–
P
assing array to a function
–
M
ulti dimensional array
–
A
rray & strings.
(3)
POINTERS:
Declarations
–
P
ointers to a function
–
P
ointer and one dimensional arrays
–
O
perating a pointer
–
P
ointer
and multi dimensional arrays
–
A
rrays of pointers
–
P
assing functions to other functions.
(4)
STRUCTURES AND UNION
S
:
Definitions
–
P
rocessing a structure
–
U
ser defined data types
–
S
tructures and pointers
–
P
assing structure to functions
–
S
elf referential structures.
(2)
FILES
:
Open
–
C
lose
–
P
rocess
–
O
perations on a file.
(3)
Preprocessor Directives

Command Line Arguments.
(2)
Tot
al
28
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Kernighan B W and Ritchie D M,
“
C Programming Language (ANSI C)
”, Pearson Education, 2004
.
2.
Herbert Schildt,
“
C
–
The Complete Reference
”
, McGraw Hill, 2001
3. Michael Schneider G, Steven W , Weingart and David M Perlman, “An
Introduction to Programming and Problem
Solving with Pascal “, John Wiley and Sons, 1998.
REFERENCES:
1.
G
ottfried
B,” Programming With C”, Mc
Graw Hill, 2004
2.
Deitel H M
and
Deitel P J, “C : How To Program”, Pea
rson Education
,
2001
08D106
BA
SICS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
3 1 0 3.5
FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICITY AND DC CIRCUITS:
The fundamental laws of electrical engineering, Units, electric
current, Ohm’s law, Kirchoff’s law, the circuit elements, ideal independent current/voltage sources, symb
ols, energy &
power, resistance, inductance and capacitance.
(4)
11
Network Theorems
:
Thevenin and Norton’s theorem, Superposition theorem, Maximum Power Tra
nsfer theorem,
Compensation theorem, Reciprocity theorem. Alternating current and voltage

average and RMS values of sinusoidal
waveform, power factor, Phasor representation, sinusoidal steady state response of RLC Circuits, series and parallel
resonance. I
ntroduction to three phase systems.
(10)
DC MACHINES:
Types of dc motors

shunt motor, series motor, compound motor, construction, principle of operation,
speed

torque characteristics, starting, speed
control, braking, plugging.
(9)
AC MACHINES:
Types of AC motors

signal phase induction motor, three phase induction motor, synchronous motor,
principle of operation, speed

torque characteristics, starting, speed con
trol, and braking, Transformers, construction of
transformers, EMF equation of transformers.
(10)
SPECIAL MACHINES
: Stepper Motor: types, construction and operation of different types of stepper motor,
characteristics, control circuits, a
dvantages, applications.
Servo Motor: Servo

types, servomechanism, operation, control
circuit for AC servo motor, control circuit for DC servomotor, applications. Switched reluctance Motor: principle of
operation.
(9)
Total
42
TEXT BOOK:
1.
Gopal K Dubey, “Fundamen
tals of Electric Drives”, Naros
a Publishing House, New Delhi, 2001.
REFE
RENCES:
1
.
Theraja B L, “Elect
rical
Technology”, Volume II,
S
Chand & Co, New Delhi, 2003.
2
.
Charles Alexander and Mathew Sadiku, "Fundamentals of Electric Circuits", Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2001
.
3.
Ogata K, "Modern Control Engineering”, Prentice H
all of India, New Delhi, 1997
.
4.
Gupta B
R and Vandana Singhal, ”Fundamentals of Electrical Machines”, New Age International Publishers, New
Delhi,
1996
.
08D110
ENGINEERING GRAPHICS
(A
lso common with
08C110/ 08E110/ 08Y1
10/ 08Z110/ 08B110/
08H110/ 08U11
0/ 08L210/
08T210/ 08I210)
2 0 3 3.5
INTRODUCTION
:
Introduction to Engineering Drawing. BIS. Principles of dimensioning
.
(5)
ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION
: Principles of orthographic projection

projection of points, straight lines, planes
and
solids. Orthographic projection of simple engineering components
–
missing view exercises.
(10)
PICTORIAL PROJECTIONS
: Principles of pictorial views, isometric view of simple engineering components.
Orthographic views from given pictorial v
iews. Isometric views from given two or three views.
(5)
SECTION OF SOLIDS
: Section of regular solids, types of sections, selection of section views. Sectional views of simple
engineering components.
(5)
DEV
E
LOPMENT OF SURFACES
: Development of lateral surfaces of regular solids and truncated solids.
(5)
Total
30
TEXT BOOK:
1.
Venugopal K and Prabhu Raja V,
“Engineering
Graphics
“
, New Age International Publishers, 2007
.
REFERENCES:
1
.
Natarajan K V, "Engineering Drawing and Graphics", M/s Dhanalakshmi N, Chennai, 2007.
2.
Bureau of Indian Standards, “Engineering Drawing Practices for Schools and Colleges SP 46

2003”, BIS New Delhi,
2004.
08D211
APPLIED PHYSICS LABORAT
ORY
0 0 3 1
.5
1.
Magnetic Hysteresis
.
2.
Resistivity of Metals and Alloys

Carey Foster Bridge
.
3.
Band gap of Semiconductor

Post Office Box
.
4.
Efficiency of a solar cell
.
5.
Band Gap of Semiconducto
r
–
Reverse Saturation Current.
6.
Electrical and Thermal conductivity
of 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 de
termination of laser parameters.
REFERENCE:
1.
D
epartment Manual
12
08D212 BIOCHEMISTRY LABORATORY
0 0 3 1
.5
1.
Qualitative Analysis of Carbohydrates
.
2.
Qualitative Analysis of proteins
.
3.
Qualitative Analysis of lipids
.
4.
Qualitative Analysis of Nucleic acids
.
5.
Estimation of reducing sugars: DNS method
.
6.
Hydroly
sis of carbohydrates : Acid hydrolysis and enzymatic hydrolysis(Assay of amylase)
.
7.
Preparation of casein and Estimation of total protein
–
Kjeldahl method
.
8.
E
stimation
of proteins

Biuret method
.
9.
Extraction of lipids; Lipid analyses: acid value, iodine num
ber, saponification
value.
10.
Preparation of RNA, DNA, Estimation of DNA, RNA, phosphorus contents in nucleic acids
.
REFERENCES
:
1. Plummer D
T, Gupta SK, “Practical Biochemistry” T
ata
McGraw
–
Hill,
1998
.
2. Sawhney S K
and Singh R “Practical Biochemistry”,
Narosa Publisher
,
2000
.
SEMESTER 2
08O201 LINEAR ALGEBRA AND FOURIER SERIES
3 2 0 4
LINEAR ALGEBRA:
, Euclidean n

space, General vector spaces, Subspaces, Linear independence, Basis and
dimension, Row and column s
paces, Rank, Finding bases, Inner product spaces, Length and Angle in inner product
spaces, Orthonormal bases; Gram Schmidt process, Change of basis.
(12)
LINEAR TRANSFORMATIONS:
Introduction, Properties

Kernal and range, Linear Transformation from R
n
t
o R
m
, Matrices
of linear transformations.
(7)
EIGEN VALUES AND EIGEN VECTORS:
Eigen values and Eigen vectors, Diagonalization, Orthogonal Diagonalization,
Symmetric Matrices. Quadratic Forms and its Applications
.
(7)
FOURIER SERIES:
Dirchlet’s cond
itions, Statement of Fourier theorem, Fourier coefficients, Change of scale, Half range
series.
(6)
BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS:
Separable partial differential equations

Classical equations and Boundary value
problems, One dimensional wave equations, One
dimensional heat equations, two dimensional heat equations

Solution
by Fourier series
.
(10)
Total
42
TEXT BOOKS
:
1. Howard Anton and
Chris
Rorres, “ Elementary Linear Algebra”
,
John Wiley & Sons, 2005
.
2.
Erwin Kreyszig, “Advanc
ed Engineering Mathematics”, John Wiley& Sons, 2004
.
REFERENCE
S:
1.
Dennis G Zill and
Michael R
Cullen,” Advanced Engineering M
athematics”, Jones and Barlett
Publisher, 2005
.
2.
David C
Lay ,” Linear Algebra and its Applications “, Addison

Wesley, 2004
.
3. Ray Wylie C and
Louis C
Barrett,” Advanced Engineering
Mathematics”,
Tata
McGraw

Hill
Publishing Company
Ltd,
2003
.
08D202
BIOMATERIALS
3 0 0 3
STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS:
Atomic and molecular bonds. Crystal structure of solids, phase
changes. Crystal imperfections. Non crystalline solid
s. Surface properties. Mechanical properties. Thermal treatments.
Surface improvements. Sterilization.
(5)
STRUCTURE OF BIOMATERIALS AND BIO

COMPATIBILITY:
Historical developments. Definition and classification of
biomaterials. Con
struction materials. Impact of biomaterials. Mechanical properties . Wound healing process. Tissue
response to implants. Safety and efficiency testing. Bio

compatibility.
(5)
METALLIC BIOMATERIALS:
Stai
nless steel. Cobalt chromium alloys. Titanium based alloys. Nitinol, other metals.
Metallic corrosion. Biological tolerance of implant metals. Manufacturing of Implants.
(5)
CERAMIC BIOMATERIALS:
Relatively b
ioinert bioceramics. Biodegradable ceramics. Surface reactive or Bioactive
ceramics. Composites. Analysis of ceramic surfaces. Deterioration of ceramics. Manufacturing technique.
(5)
13
SYNTHETIC AND BIOPOLYMERS:
Polymers in biomedical
use. Biodegradable Synthetic polymers. Silicone rubber.
Plasma polymerization. Microorganism in polymeric implants. Bio polymers. Polymer sterilization.
(5)
SOFT TISSUE REPLACEMENT:
Blood. Tissue grafts and rejection processes. Ski
n grafts. Connective tissue grafts. Bulk
space fillers, maxillofacial implants, fluid transfer implants. Percutaneous devices . Biomaterials in urological practic
e.
(5)
CARDIOVASCULAR IMPLANTS AND EXTROCORPORAL DEVICES:
Blood clotting, blood rheol
ogy. Blood vessels.
The Heart, blood circulation. The Lungs. Vascular implants. Cardiac pacemakers. Blood substitutes. Kidney functions.
Water in human body. Extracorporeal blood circulation devices.
(6)
ORTHOPAEDIC AND DERIAL MA
TERIALS:
Bone composition and properties. Temporary fixation devices. Fracture
healing by electrical stimulation, joint replacement. Teeth composition and mechanical properties. Impression materials.
Fillings and restorative materials. Materials for
deep cavity. Metals in dentistry. Oral implants.
(6)
Total 42
TEXT BOOK:
1.
Sujata V Bhat, “Biomaterials”, Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi, 2002.
REFERENCES:
1.
Joon B Park and Joseph D Bronzino , “Biomaterials Principles and Applications”, C
RC Press, London, 2003.
2.
Severian Dumitriu, “Polymeric Biomaterials”, Marcel Dekker Inc., New York, 1994.
3.
US Patents website,
www.freepatentsonline.com
.
08D203 BIOCHEMISTRY II
3 0 0 3
INTRODUCTION
:
Proteins
–
separation and purification, sequencing,
v
itamins and cofactors,
e
nzymes
–
c
lassification,
p
roperties,
k
inetics,
i
nhibition and regulation. Bioenergetics

principles.
(15)
CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM:
Glycolysis, TCA cycle,
g
luconeog
enesis,
p
entose phosphate pathway
–
p
hotosynthesis,
r
espiration and oxidative phosphorylation. Regulation of carbohydrate metabolism
.
(9)
AMINO ACID METABOLISM
:
Amino acid oxidation, urea cycle,
a
mino acid
b
iosynthesis,
h
eme biosynthesis

r
egu
lation
.
(6)
FATTY ACID METABOLISM
:
Fatty acid synthesis, elongation, unsaturation. Beta oxidation, ketone bodies; lipid
biosynthesis
–
TAG synthesis and cholesterol biosynthesis

r
egulation
.
(7)
NUCLEOTIDE METABOLISM:
Salvage
and de nova
synthesis, degradation
–
Regulation
.
(5)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Lehninger A
L, Nelson J
R and Cox M
M, “Principles of Biochemistry”, Macmillan, 2001.
2.
McKee T and McKee J
R, “Biochemistry
–
A
n Introduction”, WC Brown Publishers, Iowa, 1996.
RE
FERENCES
:
1.
Voet D, Voet J
G
and
Pratt C
W,
“Fundamentals of Biochemistry” John Wiley & Sons, New Jersey
,
1999
.
2.
Zubay G
L, “Biochemistry”
,
WCB
/
McGraw
Hill publishers, Iowa, 1998
.
3.
Stryer
L, “Biochemistry”, W H Freeman and Company, New York, 1975.
08
D
2
04
C ++ AND DATA STRUC
TURES
(Also common with
08C204/
08L204/08Y204/08B204/08H204/08U204)
3 0 2 4
PRINCIPLES OF OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING
:
Software crisis Software Evolution

Procedure Oriented
Programming

Objec
t Oriented Programming paradigm

Basic concepts and benefits of OOP

Object Oriented
Language

Application of OOP

Structure of C++

Applications of C++

Tokens, Expressions and Control
Structures

Operators in C++

Manipulator
s.
(4)
FUNCTIONS IN C
++
:
Function Prototyping

Call by Reference

Return by reference

Inline functions

Default, Const
Arguments

Function

Overloading

Friend and Virtual Functions

Classes and Objects

Member functions

Nesting of Member functions

Private member functions

Memory allocation for Objects

Stat
ic data members

Static Member Functions

Arrays of Objects

Objects as Function

Arguments

Friendly Functions

Returning
Objects

Const Member functions

Pointers to Members.
(8)
14
CONSTRUCTORS:
Parameterized Constructors

Multiple Constructors in a Class

Constructors with Default
Arguments

Dynamic In
itialization of Objects

Copy and Dynamic Constructors
–
Destructors overloading

Overloading Unary and Binary Operators

Overloading Binary Operators using Friend functions.
(5)
INHERITANCE:
Defining Derived Classes

Single Inheritance

Making a Private Member Inheritable

Multiple
Inheritance

Hierarchical Inher
itance

Hybrid Inheritance

Virtual Base Classes

Abstract Classes

Constructors in
Derived Classes

Member Classes

Nesting of Classes.
(5)
DATA STRUCTURES
:
Abstract data Types

Primitive data structures

Analysis of algorithms

Best, worst and average
case time complexities

N
otation.
(3)
ARRAYS
:
Operations

I
mplementation of one, two, three and multi dimensioned arrays
–
Sparse and dense matrices

A
pplications.
(3)
STACKS:
primitive operations

S
equential implementation

Applications:
Subroutine handling

Recursion
.
(4)
QUEUES:
P
rimitive operations

S
equential implementation

Dequeues

Applications: Image component labeling;
Mac
hine shop simulation.
(4)
LISTS:
Primitive Operations

Singly linked lists, Doubly linked lists, Circular lists, Multiply linked lists

Applications
Addition of Polynomials; Sparse Matrix representation and
Operations.
–
Linked Stacks

Linked queu
es
.
(6)
Total
42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Bjarne Stroustrup, “The C++ Programming Language”, Pearson Education, 2001.
2.
Stanley
B Lippman and
Josee Lajoie, “The C++ Primer”, Pearson Education, 2001.
3.
Yedidyah Langsam, Moshe J Augenstein and Aaron M Te
nenbaum , “ Data Struc
tures Using C and C++
“, Prentice
Hall of India, 2001.
REFERENCES:
1.
Deit
e
l
H M and Deitel P J, “C++ How to P
rogram”, Prentice Hall,
2001.
2.
Horowitz, Sahni and Mehta
D
, "Fundamentals of Data Structures in C++"
, Compute
r Science Press, 1995.
08D205
ELECTRON DEVICES AND
CIRCUITS
3 1 0 3.5
SEMICONDUCTOR DIODES:
conduction in semiconductors, semiconductor materials

n type and p type, PN junction
diodes, ideal diode, diode circuit model, zener diode, LEDS, IR

devices, LCDS, schottky diodes, photo diode, half wave
rectifier, full wave rectifier, clipper, clamper, operation of power supply circuits.
(8)
BIPOLOR JUNCTION TRANSISTOR:
Transistor operation, modes of operation of BJT,
common base, common emitter,
and common collector configurations, transistor amplifying actions, transistor biasing

Q point, fixed bias, voltage divider
bias, self bias, bias stabilization, Phototransistor.
(8)
FIELD EFFECT TRANSIS
TOR:
JFET operation, V

I characteristics, transfer characteristics, operation of MOSFET

V

I
characteristics of MOSFET, depletion MOSFET, enhancement MOSFET, CMOS, FET biasing

fixed bias, self bias,
voltage divider bias.
(8)
AMPLIFIERS: S
mall signal models of a BJT

hybrid

π model, h

parameter model, small signal models of FET and MOS
transistor, low frequency response of CE and CS amplifiers, multistage amplifier, large signal amplifiers

class A/B/AB/C
(10)
F
EEDBACK AMPLIFIERS AND OSCILLATORS:
Basic concept of feedback, feedback connection types

voltage series,
voltage shunt, current series, current shunt, effect of negative feedback on gain and bandwidth, oscillators

Barkhausen
criterion, phase shift oscill
ator, wien bridge oscillator, Hartley and colpitt oscillators, crystal oscillator.
(8)
Total
42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Pittet A and Kandaswamy
A
,
“Analog Electronics”,
Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2005.
2.
Boylestad L Robert and Na
shelsky Louis, “Electronic Devices and Circuits”, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2001.
REFERENCES:
1.
Jacob Millman
and
Christos C Halkias,
”Electronic Devices and Circuits”, Tata
McGraw
Hill, New Delhi, 2004.
2.
Thomas.L
Floyd, "Electronic Devices",
Pearson Education India, Sixth Edition, New Delhi, 2000.
3.
David
A
Bell, "Electronic Devices and Circuits", Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, Third Edition 2000.
15
08D
210
ENGINEERING PRACTICES
(Also common with 08L110/
08I110
/
08
E210/ 08Z
210
/
08U210)
/
0
0 2 1
CYCLE
–
I
1.
Study of different types of Lamps (CFL Lighting, LED Lighting, Flood Lighting, Multi

arm fitting)

Measurement of
Illumination Levels
2.
Stair

case Wiring
–
Implementation
3.
Construction of Regulated Power Supply
–
Measurement of Voltage Level
4.
Construction of an Oscillator
–
Measurement of Frequency and Amplitude using Oscilloscope
5.
Installation of Multimedia
–
PC System
CYCLE
–
II
1.
Welding

Metal Arc Welding and Gas Welding.
2.
Machine Tools I

Demonstration of Drilling Machine and Lathe
3.
Machine Tools II
–
Demonstration of CNC Lathe and Machining Center
4.
Automation
–
Demonstration of Automation Systems
5.
Automobile Engineering
–
Study of Automobile and Power Transmission
08D211 APPLIED PHYSICS LABORATORY
0 0 3 1.5
1.
Magnetic Hysteres
is
2.
Resistivity of Metals and Alloys

Carey Foster Bridge
3.
Band gap of Semiconductor

Post Office Box
4.
Efficiency of a solar cell
5.
Band Gap of Semiconductor
–
Reverse Saturation Current
6.
Electrical and Thermal conductivity of Metallic wire

Wiedemann
Fran
z 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
08D212 BIOCHEMISTRY LABORATORY
0 0 3 1.5
1.
Qualitative
Analysis of Carbohydrates
2.
Qualitative Analysis of proteins
3.
Qualitative Analysis of lipids
4.
Qualitative Analysis of Nucleic acids
5.
Estimation of reducing sugars: DNS method
6.
Hydrolysis of carbohydrates : Acid hydrolysis and enzymatic hydrolysis(Assay of amylas
e)
7.
Preparation of casein and Estimation of total protein
–
Kjeldahl method
8.
E
stimation
of proteins

Biuret method
9.
Extraction of lipids; Lipid analyses: acid value, iodine number, saponification.
value
10.
Preparation of RNA, DNA, Estimation of DNA, RNA, phosp
horus contents in nucleic acids
REFERENCES
:
1. Plummer D
T and
Gupta S
K, “Practical Biochemistry” T
ata
McGraw
–
Hill,
1998
.
2. Sawhney S K
and Singh R “Practical Biochemistry”,
Narosa Publisher
,
2000
.
08
D2
13 CIRCUITS AND DEVICES LABORATORY
0 0 3 1.5
1.
Ve
rification of basic Network theorems
–
Kirchoff’s Voltage and Current Laws.
2. Verification of Superposition and Thevenin’s theorem.
3. Study of Transients in R C circuits.
4. PN and Zener Diode Characteristics.
5. Transistor (Common Emitt
er) Characteristics and h

parameter evaluation.
6. FET Characteristics and parameter evaluation.
7. Rectifier with and without filter.
8. Design and testing of voltage series regulators.
9. Design and testing of RC Coupled Amplifier.
10. Desig
n and testing of Feedback Amplifiers.
11. Design and testing of RC Phase Shift oscillators.
12. Design and testing of Colpitts oscillator.
REFERENCE:
1.
Poorna Chandra Rao and Sasikala B, “Handbook on Experiments in Electronics and Communication Engine
ering”,
Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., Jangpura, New Delhi, 2003.
16
SEMESTER 3
08O301 TRANSFORMS AND COMPLEX ANALYSIS
3 2 0 4
TRANSFORM METHODS:
Concept of Transformation
–
Examples for Transformation
.
(2)
LAPLACE TRANSFORM:
Definition
–
Transforms of standard functions
–
Transform of unit step f
unction
–
Dirac

Delta
function

Transforms of derivatives and integrals
–
Transforms of Periodic functions
–
Inverse Laplace transform
–
Convolution theor
em
–
Method of solving ordinary linear differential equations with constant coefficient by Laplace
transform technique. Some applications to engineering problems.
(10)
FOURIER TRANSFORM:
Fourier integrals
–
Fourier transform
–
Finite and infi
nite Fourier sine and Cosine transform
–
Transforms of standard functions
–
properties, Convolution theorem(Statement only)
–
Discrete Fourier and Fast Fourier
Transforms
–
Discrete convolution
–
Periodic sequence and circular convolution
–
Discrete Fourie
r transform
–
decimation

in

time algorithm
–
Computation of inverse DFT
.
(10)
Z

TRANSFORM:
z

transform of standard functions, inverse Z

transform (Partial fraction expansions)
–
properties
of Z
–
transform
–
Solution of difference equations.
(8
)
COMPLEX VARIABLES :
Analytic functions
–
Cauchy Reimann equations in Cartesian and polar
–
coordinates
–
Statement of sufficient conditions
–
properties of analytic functions
–
Finding analytic function whose real / imaginary part
is given
–
conformal mapping , Bilinear map
–
study of mappings w = exp(z), sinz, cosz , sinhz , coshz, 1/z, z+k/z
–
Complex integration
–
Cauchy’s fundamental theorem and formula

Taylor’s series
–
Laurent’s series (Statement only)
–
Singularities
–
Residue theorem
–
Cauchy’s lemma and Jordan’s Lemma (Statement only)
–
Evaluation of real integrals
using contour inte
gration along semi circle and unit circle.
(12)
Tota
l 42
REFERENCES
:
1.
Riley K F, Hobson M P and Bence S J, “Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering”, Cambridge University,
2004.
2.
Erwin Kreyszig
,
“Advanced En
gineering Mathematics”, John Wiley &
Sons, 2001
.
3.
Ray Wylie C
and
Louis C Barret , “Advanced Engineering
Mathematics”, McGraw

Hill, 2001.
4.
Robert A Gabel
and
Richard A Roberts, “Signals and Linear
S
ystems”, John Wiley & Sons , 1995.
08O302
ECONOMICS FOR
BUSINESS DECISIONS
3 0 0 3
INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS
:
Definitions
–
Scope and Significance of Economics in Decision Making
–
Various
Economic Tools and Techniques.
(2)
CALCULATING PERCENT CHAN
GE AND COMPOUNDED GROWTH RATES:
Some Mathematical Co
ncepts and
Analytical Tools.
(
3
)
ECONOMIC THEORY OF CONSUMER DEMAND
:
Law of Demand
–
Determinants of Demand
–
Exceptions to Law of
Demand Elasticity of Demand
–
Various types of Elasticity and measurements of Price Elasticity and Demand Forecasting
M
ethods and its Applications. Law of Supply
–
Elasticity of Supply
–
Determinants of Elasticity of Supply.
(6
)
ECONOMIC THEORY OF THE FIRM (Cont’d):
(Input
Markets
)
–
Production Function
–
Factors influencing Production
–
Cobb

Douglas Production Funct
ion
–
Economies of Scale
–
Returns to Scale
–
Cost Analysis

Various Cost Concepts

Cost Output Relationship and Short Run and Long Run.
(
6
)
MARKET STRUCTURE AND COMPETITION
:
Various Forms of Market Structure
–
Perfect Competition

Imperfect
Comp
etition
–
Monopoly
–
Monopolistic
–
Oligopoly
–
Pricing Strategies and Price Discrimination in various Market
Structures.
(4)
MARKET FAILURES AND GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION IN THE MARKET ECONOMY
:
Basic Functions of
Government
–
Market Efficiency
–
Tools
of Government Intervention.
(4)
INTRODUCTION TO MACROECONOMICS:
(
Measuring Aggregate Output
) Meaning
–
Objective and Issues of
Macroeconomics

National Output Concept
–
GDP, GNP, NNP, Per Capita Income, Disposable Income, Personal
Disposable Income
–
Various Methods of Measuring National Income

Inflation
–
Deflation.
(5)
AGGREGATE EXPENDITURES
AND
FISCAL POLICY:
(
Fiscal Policy
) Objectives of Fiscal Policy
–
Instruments of
Fiscal Policy
–
Taxation.
Highlights of Current Fiscal Policy.
(
6
)
17
M
ONEY AND BANKING:
(
Monetary Policy
) Functions of Money

Value of Money

Objectives and instruments of
Monetary Policy
–
Highlights of Current Monetary Policy
–
Banking
–
Types of Banks

Central Bank and Commercial
Banks

Objectives and Functions of Ce
ntral Bank and Various Types of Commercial Banks and Its Functions.
(
4
)
ECONOMIC GROWTH
:
Meaning
–
Benefits and Costs of Growth.
(2)
Total
42
TEXT BOOK:
1.
Paul A Samuelson and William D Nordhaus, “Economics”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2007.
REFERENCES
:
1.
Karl E Case and Ray C Fair, “Principles of Economics”, Prentice Hall
, 2008.
2.
Misra S K and Puri V K, “Economic Environment of Business”, Himalaya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2002.
3.
Richard G Lipsey, Colin Harbury Weidenfeld
a
nd Nicolson
, “Principles of Economics”, London, 1990.
08D303 NETWORK THEORY
3 1
0 3
.5
REVIEW OF BASIC ELECTRIC CIRCUITS
:
Introduction to DC and alternating quantities, Average and RMS values
–
Mesh and nodal analysis
–
Series and Parallel reduct
ion method and analysis.
(4)
THREE PHASE CIRCUITS AND POWER MEASUR
EMENTS:
Three phase Voltages and Currents
–
Phase Sequence
–
Line and Phase Quantities
–
Phasor Diagrams
–
Balanced and Unbalanced Loads
–
Analysis of Balanced Load
–
Analysis of Unbalanced Load
–
Neutral shift Method.
Single and Two Wattmeter methods of
power measurement.
(10)
COUPLED CIRCUITS:
Self Inductance
–
Co

efficient of Coupling
–
Dot Convention Analysis of Coupled Circuits
–
Ideal
Transformer
–
Analysis of Single Tuned and Double Tuned Circuits.
(7)
NETWORK TRANSIENT
S:
Transient
Concepts
–
Transient response of Simple RL, RC series and parallel circuits,
Solution
of RL, RC Series
and
parallel
Circuits
for Step Input and
Sinusoidal Excitations
using Laplace Transform method.
(7)
NETWORK FUNCTIONS:
Two port Network
parameters, impedance, admittance, ABCD and hybrid parameters
–
Poles
and Zeros
–
Properties of Network functions
–
Time domain beh
avior from pole
–
zero plot.
(7)
GRAPH THEORY:
Linear graph of a network
–
Tie

set and Cut

Set Schedules
–
Incidence matrix
–
Solution of resistive
networks using Tie

set and Cut

Set Schedules
–
Simulation/Analysis of simple electric circuits using Pspice.
(7)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Chakarabarthy
A
, “Circuit Theory Analysis
and
Synthesis”, Dhan
path Roy & Sons, New Delhi, 2004
.
2.
Sivanandam S
N, “Electric Circuit Analysis”, Vikas
P
ublishing
H
ouse Pvt. Ltd.,
New Delhi,
2002
.
REFERENCES:
1.
Charles Alexander
and
Mathew Sadiku, "Fundamentals of Electric Circuits", Tata Mc Graw Hill, New Delhi, 20
01
.
2.
Cunningham
D R
and Stulller
J A
, " Basic Circuit Analysis ", Jaico Publishing House,Mumbai, 2000
.
3.
Umesh Sinha, " Network Analysis and Synthesis ", Satya Prakashan, New Delhi, Edition, 1997
.
4.
Sudhakar A
and
Shyammohan S P, "Circuits and Networks", Ta
ta McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1994
.
08D304 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
3 1 0
3.5
NUMBER SYSTEMS AND BOOLEAN ALGEBRA:
Review of binary, octal and hexadecimal number systems

conversion methods

number representations

signed, unsigned, fixed point, floating poin
t numbers

computer codes

BCD, Gray code

error detection and correction codes

parity codes

Hamming codes

Boolean algebra
–
basic
postulates,theorems

switching functions, canonical forms

logic gates.
(8)
COMBINATIONAL LOGI
C DESIGN:
Standard representation of logic functions

incompletely specified functions

simplification of logic functions through K

maps and Quine McClusky method

implementation using logic gates

Decoders, encoders, multiplexers and demultiplexers

imp
lementation of combinational circuits using multiplexers

Binary/
BCD adders, subtractors

Carry look ahead adder

magnitude comparator
.
(10)
DIGITAL INTEGRATED CIRCUITS:
Characteristics of digital ICs

voltage and current ratings

Noise margin

p
ropagation
delay

power dissipation

TTL logic family

totem pole, open collector and tristate outputs

wired output operations

LS, ALS
and fast sub families, MOS transistor switches

nMOS, CMOS invertors/ logic gates, high speed CMOS, comparison of
performance
of various logic families.
(8)
18
SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS:
General model of sequential circuits

flip

flops

latches
–
level triggering, edge triggering

master slave configuration

Binary counters

Design of synchronous sequential
circuits

up/down, modulus counters

shift registers

Ring counter

Johnson counter

timing diagram

Mealy/Moore models

concept of state
–
state diagram

state table

serial adder

sequence detector

Introduction to asynchronous sequential cir
cuits

fundamental mode and
pulse mode circuits.
(10)
PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC DEVICES:
Semi

custom design

introduction to PLDs

ROM

PAL

PLA

FPGA

FPLA

FPLS

implementation of digital functions.
(6)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Morris Mano, “Digital Design", Prentice

Hall of India,
New Delhi, 2001
.
2.
Floyd T L, “Digital Fundamentals ", Charles E. Merrill publishing Company, 2000
REFERENCES:
1.
Tokheim R L, “Digital Electronics

Principles and Applic
ations", Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2001.
2.
William I Fletcher, “An Engineering Approach to Digital Design",
Prentice

Hall of India,
New Delhi, 2000
.
3.
Tocci R J, “Digital Systems: Principles and applications”,
Prentice Hall of India,
New Delhi, 2000
.
0
8D305 SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS
3 1 0 3.5
INTRODUCTION:
Representation and classification of continuous time (CT) and discrete time (DT) signals

Basic CT
and DT signals

Basic operations on CT and DT signals
–
on signal.
(6)
CONTINUOUS TIME AND S
YSTEMS:
Linear time invariant (LTI) systems

convolution integral

causality and stability

CT system representation by differential equations.
(6)
DISCRETE TIME SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS:
Linear Shift Invariant (LSI) systems

Convolution sum

Ca
usality and
stability

DT system representation by difference equations.
(6)
FOURIER ANALYSIS OF THE CT SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS:
Continuous Time Fourier Series (CTFS) and Fourier
transforms (CTFT)

Properties

Inverse CTFT

Frequency domain cha
racterization of linear time invariant systems.
(6)
SAMPLING:
Representing a CT signal by Samples
–
Shannon’s Sampling Theorem Effect of under sampling
–
Aliasing
–
Reconstruction of CT signal from Samples
–
Discrete time processing of CT signals.
(6)
FOURIER ANALYSIS OF THE DT SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS:
Fourier series representation of DT periodic signals
(DTFS)
–
Properties

Representation of DT periodic signals by Discrete Time Fourier Transform (DTFT)

Properties

Inverse DTFT

Frequency res
ponse of systems characterized by difference equations.
(7)
TRANSFORM OPERATIONS ON DT SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS:
Z transforms and its properties

inverse Z

transform

analysis of LSI systems using Z

transform

stability and causality
–
solution o
f Difference equation
(5)
Total 42
TEXT BOOK:
1.
Oppenheim A.V, Wilsky A
S
and Hamid Nawab S, “Signals and Systems”,
Second
Edition, Prentice Hall of India, New
Delhi, 1997.
REFERENCES:
1.
Roberts
M
J,
”Signals and Systems
–
Analysis usin
g Transform Methods and MATLAB “,
McGraw Hill, New Delhi,
2004
.
2.
Samir S Soliman and Sri
nath M
D, “Continuous and Discrete Signals and Systems”,
Second Edition, Prentice Hall
International, New Delhi, 2003
.
3.
Lathi B
P, “Linear Systems and Signals”,
Oxford University Press Inc, Chennai, 2003
.
4.
Haykin.S and Barry Van Veen, “Signals and Sy
stems”, John Wiley and Sons Inc., New Delhi, 2002
.
5.
Ashok Ambardar, “Analog and Digital Signal Processing”,
Second
Edition, Brook/Cole Publishing Company.
08D306
AN
ATOMY
3 0
1
3.5
CELL STRUCTURE AND ORGANELLES DESCRIPTION
. Circulatory system
–
Heart
, Pericardium, Chambers, Major
Blood Vessels, Blood Supply.
(8)
DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
–
GI Tract, parts, Stomach, Intestine, Liver and Panchreas. Respiratory System
–
Trachea and
Lungs.
(10)
19
EXCRETORY AND UROGENITAL S
YSTEM
–
Parts, Reproductive System
–
Male and Female Reproductive Organs.
Nervous System
–
Functions of Neurons, Synapse, Reflexes and Receptors, Brain, Brainstem, Ventricles and Spinal
Cord. Peripherial and Automatic Nervous System.
(8)
MUSCULO SKELETAL SYSTEM
–
Muscle Tissue, Types, Structure of Skeletal Muscle, Types of Muscle, Types of
Joints, Major Muscles of Limbs and their actions.
(8)
Eye, Ear, Endocrine Glands.
(8)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS
:
1.
Ranganathan T S, “Text Book of Human Anatomy”, S.Chand & Co. Ltd., Delhi,
1996.
2.
Inderbir Singh and Jaypee Brothers, “Textbook of Human Histology”, Medical Publishers (P) Ltd., New Delhi, Fifth
Edition.
REFERENCES
:
1.
Datta A K, “Principles of Human Anatomy”, K P Basu Publishers Co., Kolkata, Fifth Edition, 2001.
08D310 ELECTRO
NICS LABORATORY
0 0 3 1
.5
1.
Design and testing of Half adder and Full adder
2.
Design and testing of Adder / Subtractor Circuits
3.
Design and testing of Code Converters for BCD to Gray conversion and BCD to Seven segment code conversion
4.
Design and testin
g of Magnitude Comparator
5.
Design and testing of Multiplexers / Demultiplexers
6.
Design and testing of Flip flops
7.
Design and testing of Shift Registers
8.
Design and testing of Ring Counter and Johnson Counter
9.
Design and testing of Asyn
chronous Counters.
10
Design and testing of Synchronous Counter
REFER
E
NCE
S
:
1.
Morris Mano, “Digital Design", Prentice

Hall of India,
New Delhi, 2001
.
2. Laboratory Manual prepared by Department of Biomedical Engineering.
08D311 SIGNALS AND
SYSTEMS LABORATORY
0 0 3 1.5
1. Study of Scientific and Simulation Packages.
2. Generation of Basic Signals.
3. Basic operation on signals.
4. Computation of Step Response of the system.
5. Computation of Impulse response of the system.
6. Verification o
f Linearity property.
7. Verification of Time Variant property.
8. Solving difference Equations.
9. Computation of Linear Convolution.
10. Computation of Circular Convolution.
11. Computation of DTFT of a sequence.
12. Sampling and Aliasing.
REFER
E
NCE
S
:
1.
Oppenheim A
V, Wilsky A
S and Hamid Nawab S, “Signals and Systems”,
Second
Edition, Prentice Hall of India, New
Delhi, 1997.
2.
Laboratory Manual prepared by Department of Biomedical Engineering.
SEMESTER 4
08D401
MICROPROCESSORS
AND MICROCONTROLLERS
3
1
0 3
.5
ARCHITECTURE OF 8085
MICROPROCESSOR:
Functional Block Diagram

Registers, ALU, Bus systems

Timing and
control signals

Machine cycles and timing diagrams

Programming of 8085
:
Instruction formats

Addressing modes

Instruction set

Need fo
r Assembly language

Development of Assembly language programs.
(10)
MEMORY INTERFACING:
Interface requirements

Address space partitioning

Buffering of Buses

Timing constraints

Memory control signals

Read and write cycles

Typic
al EPROM, RAM Interfacing.
(4)
20
I/O INTERFACING, INT
ERRUPTS AND DMA:
Memory mapped I/O scheme

I/O mapped I/O scheme

Input and
Output cycles

Simple I/O ports

Programmable peripheral interface (8255)
–
Programmable Interva
l Timer (8253). Data
transfer schemes

Interfacing simple keyboards and LED displays

Interrupt feature

Need for interrupts

Characteristics of Interrupts

Types of Interrupts

Interrupt structure

Methods of servicing interrupts

Development of
I
nterrupt service subroutines

Multiple interrupt requests and their handling
–
Programmable Interrupt Controller (8259).
Need for direct memory access

Devices for Handling DMA

Typical DMA Controller features.
(12)
APPLICATIONS:
Multiplex
ed seven segment LED Display systems

Waveform generators

Stepper motor control

Measurement of frequency, phase angle and power factor

Interfacing ADC0801 A/D Converter

DAC 0800 D/A s
Converter.
(5)
INTEL 8051 MICRO
CONTROLLER:
A
rchitecture of 8051

Memory Organization

Addressing modes

Instruction set

Boolean processing

Simple programs.
(4)
8051 PERIPHERAL FUNC
TIONS:
8051 interrupt structures

Timer and serial functions

Parallel port fea
tures: Modes of
operation

Power control, features

Interfacing of 8051
–
Biomedical Applications

MCS 51 family features 8031/ 8051 /
8751

Introduction to PIC Micro

controllers.
(7)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Muhammad Ali Mazidi and Janice Gillispie Mazidi, “The 8051 Microcontroller and Embedded Systems”, Pearson
Education Asia, Fourth Edition,2002.
2. Ramesh S Goankar, “Microprocessor Architecture: Programming and Applications with the 8085", Penram
International, Fourth Edition, 2000.
REFERENCES:
1. Dogan Ibrahim, “PIC Basic: Programming and Projects”, Newnes Publications, 2001.
2. Singh I P, “IMPACT Learning Material Series”, IIT, New Delhi, 1997.
3. Douglas V Hall, "Microprocessors and Inte
rfacing Programming and Hardware ",McGraw Hill Inc.,Second Edition,
1992.
4. Kenneth L Short, "Microprocessors and Programmed Logic", Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, Second Edition, 1987.
5. Microcontroller Hand Book, INTEL, 1984.
08D402
L
INEAR IC
S
AND THEIR APPLICATIO
NS
3
0 0 3
FABRICATION OF INTEG
RATED CIRCUIT:
Classification of IC’s

Fundamentals of IC technology

Basic processes in
Fabrication of IC: Silicon wafer preparation

Epitaxial growth
–
Oxidation
–
Photolithography
–
Diffusio
n
–
Ion implantation
–
Isolation technique

Metallization
–
Packing

Realization of passive and active devices like R,C,diodes,transistors in
IC’s
(5)
OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIE
RS AND ITS CHARACTER
ISTICS:
Operational Amplifier:
Fundamental block diagram

Symbol

Characteristics of an Ideal Operational Amplifier

Circuit schematic of µA741 and MOSFET operational amplifier

Operational Amplifier Characteristics: Open loop gain

CMRR

Slew rate and transfer Characteristics

Input bias and
Output offset voltages

Offset compensation techniques

Frequency response characteristics

Stability

Limitations

Frequency compensation.
(9)
APPLICATION OF OPERA
TIONAL AMPLIFIERS:
Inverting and Noni
nverting amplifiers

Voltage Follower
–
Summing,
Differential, Instrumentation amplifiers

Integrator and Differentiator

Voltage to Current converter

Phase changers

Sinusoidal Oscillators

Active filters

Low pass, high pass, band pass and band st
op Butterworth filters. Comparator

Zero crossing detector

Sample and Hold circuit

Precision diode

Half wave and Full wave rectifiers

Active peak
detector, Clipper and Clamper

Square and Triangular waveform generators.
(11)
555 FAMILY IC'S AND
PHASE LOCKED LOOP:
555 Timer Functional block diagram and description

Monostable and
Astable operation

Applications

556 Voltage Controlled Oscillator

Function generator ICs. Functional Block Diagram

Principle of op
eration

Building block of PLL

Characteristics

Derivations of expressions for Lock and Capture ranges

Applications: Frequency Synthesis

Frequency Translation

AM and FM detection

Motor speed Control.
(8)
A

D AND D

A CONVERTERS
:
Digital to Analog converters

Binary weighed and R

2R Ladder types

Analog to digital
converters

Continuous

Counter ramp, successive approximation, single, dual slope and parallel types

DAC/ADC
performance characteristics and comparison. Regulati
on, Need for voltage regulators, series, shunt and IC regulators,
Switched mode power supplies.
(9)
Total
42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Gayakwad A R, “OP

AMPS and Linear Integrated Circuits”, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, Fourth E
dition, 2003.
2.
Roy Choudhury and Shail Jain
,
"Linear Integrated Circuits",
Wiley Eastern, New Delhi, 2002.
REFERENCES:
1.
Robert F Coughlin and Fredrick F Driscoll “Operational Amplifiers and Linear Integrated Circuits”, Fifth Edition,
Prentice
Hall of India, New Delhi, First Edition, 2001.
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2.
Michael Jacob J, “Analog Integrated Circuits and Applications”, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, April 2000.
3.
Sonde B S, “Introduction to System Design using Integrated Circuits”, Wiley Eastern Limi
ted, New Delhi, Second
Edition, 1994.
4.
Richard J Higgins, "Electronics with Digital and Analog Integrated Circuits”, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 1983.
08D403
ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS
3
1
0 3
.5
VECTOR ANALYSIS
: Scalars and Vectors
–
Vector
addition, subtraction and multiplication
–
Components of a vector
–
Cartesian, cylindrical and spherical coordinates
–
Constant coordinate surfaces
–
Differential length, area and volume =
line, surface and volume integrals
–
Del operator
–
Gradient of a
scalar
–
Divergence of vector
–
Curl of a vector and
Stokes theorem.
(7)
ELECTROSTATIC FIELDS
:
Coulomb’s law
–
Field Intensity
–
Electric field due to point charges and continuous charge
distributions such as line charge, surface c
harge and volume dense
–
Electric flux density
–
Gauss’s Law
–
Maxwell’s
Equation
–
Application of Gauss’s Law
–
Electric potential
–
Relationship between field intensity and potential
–
Maxwell’s
equation
–
An electric dipole
–
Energy density in Electrost
atic fields.
(8)
ELECTRIC FIELDS IN MATERIAL SPACE
:
Properties of materials
–
Convection current
–
Conduction current
–
Polarization in Dielectrics
–
Dielectric constant and strength
–
Linear, isotropic and homogeneous dielectrics, cont
inuity
equation and Relaxation time
–
Boundary conditions.
Poisson’s and Laplace’s equations
–
Simple solutions of Laplace’s
equations
–
Resistance and Capacitance
–
Method of Images.
(9)
MAGNETIC FIEL
D:
Biot
–
Savart’s Law
–
Ampere’s C
ircuital Law
–
Maxwell’s equation
–
Applications of Ampere’s Law
–
Field due to infinite line current, infinite sheet of current and infinity long coaxial transmission line
–
Field produced by a
toroid with circular cross section
–
Magnetic flux density
–
Maxwell’s Equations
–
Magnetic scalar and vector potentials.
(9)
MAGNETIC FORCES, MATERIALS AND SERVICES
: Forces due to magnetic fields
–
Magnetic torque and moment
–
A
magnetic dipole
–
Magnetization in materials
–
Classification of Magnetic materia
ls
–
Magnetic boundary conditions
–
Inductors and Inductances
–
Magnetic energy
–
Magnetic circuits
–
Force on Magnetic materials

Introduction to
EMI/EMC
.
(9)
Total 42
TEXT BOOKS:
1.
Sadiku.M H, "Elements of Electromagne
tics" Published by Oxford University Press Inc., Third edition, Chennai, 2000.
2.
Narayana Rao N., “Elements of Engineering Electromagnetics” Fourth Edition Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi 1998.
3. William
H Hayt, "Engineering Electromagnetics",
McGr
aw Hill Kogakusha Ltd., Fifth edition,
Sixth Reprint,
New Delhi,
1995.
REFERENCES:
1. Bhag Singh Guru, “Electromagnetic Field Theory Fundamentals”, Thomson, Vikas Publishing House,
New Delhi,
1998
2.
Stanley V.Marshall and Gabriel G Skitek ,"E
lectromagnetic Concepts and Applications", Prentice Hall, Fourth Edition,
New Delhi, 1
996.
08D404
PHYSIOLOGY
3 0 1 3.5
THE CELL AND GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY:
Structure of the cell
–
Function of each components of the cell
–
Genetic
control of protein
synthesis
–
Cell reproduction
–
Membrane potential
–
Action potential
–
Generation and conduction
–
Electrical simulation
–
Blood cells
–
Immunity and blood clotting
–
Blood groups
–
Estimation of RBC
–
WBC and platelet.
(8)
CARDIAC AND NERVOUS SYSTEM
:
Cardiac cycle
–
Electrocardiograph (ECG)
–
standard leads of ECG
–
Blood
pressure
–
Feedback control of blood pressure
–
Nervous control of heart
–
Coronary and peripheral reflex action
–
Velocity of conduction of nerve impulses
–
Electroencephalograph (
EEG)
–
Autonomic nervous system.
(8)
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM:
Pulmonary ventilation
–
physical principles of gas exchanges
–
Transport of oxygen and
carbondioxide in the blood and body fluids
–
Regulations of respiration
–
Distribution of respirato
ry function
–
Pulmonary
function tests.
(8)
DIGESTIVE AND EXCRETORY SYSTEMS:
General principles of gastrointestinal function
–
Secretory functions of the
alimentary tract
–
Digestion and absorption in the gastrointestinal tract
–
St
ructure of nephron
–
Mechanism of urine
formation
–
Skin and sweat gland
–
Temperature regulation.
(10)
SPECIAL SENSES:
Optics of vision
–
Receptor and neural function of the retina
–
Photochemistry of vision
–
Central
neurophysiology of vi
sion
–
EOG
–
Physiology of hearing mechanism
–
Hearing loss
–
Audiograms
–
Hearing tests
–
Taste and smell sensors.
(
8)
Genetic control of protein synthesis
–
cell reproduction to be included under biochemistry.
Total 42
22
TEXT BOOK:
1
.
Jain A K, “Text Book of Physiology”, Revised Edition, Avichal Publishing & Co., Himachal Pradesh, 2005.
REFERENCES:
1.
Anil Baran Singha Mahapatra, “Essential of Medical Physiology”, Current Book International, Reprint 2005.
2.
Arther C Guyton, John E.
Hall, “Textbook of Medical Physiology”, Elsevier Publication, 2005.
3.
Sujit K Chaudhuri, “Concise Medical Physiology”, New Central Book Agency Publication, 1997.
4.
Sarada Subramanyam, K Madhavan Kutty and Singh
H D
, “Textbook of Human Physiology”, S. Chand
and Company,
1996.
08D410 LINEAR ICs AND MICROPROCESSOR LABORATORY
0 0 3 1.5
1.
Design of simple applications of Operational

Amplifier.
(Inverting, Noninverting, summer, averaging amplifier, Subtractor, Differentiator and Integrator)
2.
Design and te
sting of Active LPF, HPF, BPF & BSF.
3.
Design and testing Schmitt Trigger.
4.
Design and testing of Astable and Monostable Multivibrator using IC 555.
5.
Study of IC XR2206 and 566.
6.
Design of D/A Converter using R

2R ladder network.
Assembly
Language Programme using 8085 microprocessor for
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