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Bachelor of Engineering III & IV Semester

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PROSPECTUS Prescribed for Four Year Degree Course Bachelor of Engineering

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BRANCHES Civil Engineering Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering (Electronics & Power) Electrical and Electronics Engineering Electrical Engineering (Electrical & Power) Electrical Engineering Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering Electronics Engineering Instrumentation Engineering Computer Science and Engineering Computer Engineering Information Technology

III & IV Semester Examinations, 2011-2012 Semester Pattern (CREDIT GRADE SYSTEM)

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1 SYLLABUS PRESCRIBED FOR BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING CIVIL ENGINEERING EXAMS. SEMESTER PATTERN (CREDIT GRADE SYSTEM)

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THIRD SEMESTER Inpalnt Training & Industrial Visit in the faculty of Engineering & Technology a) the inplant training shall not be compulsory, b) the inplant training shall be taken by students strickly during Summer vacation. after IVth or VIth Semester examination and /or during Winter vacation after Vth or VIIth Semester examinations, c) the inplant training shall not be part of examination system, however, student shall prepare and submit report after completion of training to the concerned Head of Department alongwith certificate issued by the industry, d) the inplant training shall be of minimum two weeks duration, e) there shall not be any liability whatsoever on the Institution with respect to implant training of the students, f) students shall undertake inplant training on their own risk and cost. An undertaking in this regards signed by student and parents shall be submitted before proceding for training to the concerned Head of Department/ Head of Institution. g) the students shall complete inplant training under the supervision of concerned person in the industry, h) Institutes shall help students to organise inplant training by way of correspondance, Industrial Visit : Industrial visit may be organised for the students. Students should prepare & submit the report on Industrial visit to the concerned Head of Department/Head of Institution.

3CE01

MATHEMATICS-III SECTION - A

Unit I :

Ordinary Differential Equations. Complete solution, Operator D, rules for finding the complementry function, the inverse operator , Rules for finding particular integral. Method of variation of parameters, Cauchy's and Legendre's Linear Differential equations. Simultaneous linear differential equations with constant coefficients Applications to civil engineering.

Unit II:

2 Laplace transforms : Definition and elementry properties, Inverse L.T. by various methods, Convolution theorem, Solution of ordinary and simultaneous differential equation using Laplace transform of periodic functions. Application to problems of beams.

Unit III

Partial Differential Equations. P.D.E. of first order and first degree of types i) f(p,q) = O ii) f(p,q,z)=0, iii) f(p,q,x,y)=O iv) f(p,q,x,y,z)=O i.e. (a) Lagrange's form Pp + Qq = R (b) Claivant's form z=px+qy+f(p,q) v) Equations reducible to above standard types linear Homogeneous P.D.E. of nth order with constant co-efficients. SECTION-B

Unit IV

Numerical Methods :(a) i) Solution of Algebraic and transcendal Equations by Newton Raphson method and by method of False Position. ii) Solution of system of linear equations by Grout's method, Gauss Seidal method and Relaxation Method. (b) Numerical solution of differential equations by Picard's method, Taylor's series method, Euler's method, modified Euler's method and Rungekutta forth order method.

Unit V :

Complex variable : Analytic functions, C.R.conditions, Harmonic functions. harmonic conjugate functions, Milne's method, conformal mapping, Elementary conformal mapping w=z+c, w=cz, w+ Bilinear transformation.

Unit VI

Statistics : Probability : Axioms, conditional probability, Baye's theorem, Mathematical Expectation and probability distributions (Binomial, Poisson and Normal) Curve fitting by method of least square only for line and parabola, Corelation regression.

Books Recommended : 1) Text Book of Applied Mathematics by P.N.Wartikar and J.N.Wartikar. 2) Advance Mathematics for Engineers by Chandrika Prasad. 3) Method of Applied mathematics by F.B.Hildebran. 4) Introductory methods of Numerical Analysis by S.S.Sasby. 5) Computer Oriented Numerical Method by Raja Raman.

3CE02

Unit-I

Unit-II

Unit-III

3 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS SECTION-A 1. Mechanical properties : Concept of direct, bearing and shear stresses and strains, stress-strain relations, Biaxial and triaxial loading, elastic constants and their relationship, stress-strain diagrams and their characteristics for mild steel, tor steel and concrete, Generlized Hook’s law, factor of safety. 2. Uniaxial stresses and strains : Stresses and strains in compound bars in uniaxial tension and compression, temperature stresses in simple restrained bars and compound bars of two metals only. 1. Axial force, shear force & bending moment diagrams : Beams, loading and support conditions, bending moment, shear force and axial load diagrams for all types of loadings for simply supported beams, cantilevers and beams with overhangs, relation between shear force, bending moment and loading intensity. 1. Stresses in beams (Bending, Shear), i) Bending: Theory of simple bending, section modulus, moment of resistance, bending stresses in solid, hollow and built up section. ii) Shear : Distribution of shear stresses on beam cross sections, iii) Strain energy under uniaxial tension and compression, impact loads and instantaneous stresses.

4 determinate beams subjected to point loads, uniformly distributed loads, moments by a) Macauley's method b) Moment Area method c) Conjugate Beam method. 2. Theory of long columns, Euler, Rankine formula. BOOKS RECOMMENDED: 1. E.P.Popov, Mechanics of Materials, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi. 2. S. Timoshenko and O.H.Young, Elements of Strength of Materials, East West Press Private Ltd., New Delhi. 3. Ferdinard L. Singer, Strength of Materials, Harper and Row, New York 4. Shames, I. H., Introduction to solid mechanics, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi 5. Natarajan, Mahadeoappa, Strength of materials 6. Junnarkar, S. B., Mechanics of materials 7. Mubeen, A., Mechanics of solids, Pearson education (Singapore) Pte. Ltd. 8. Beer and Johston, Mechanics of materials, Mc-Graw Hill. 3CE03 Unit-I

Unit-II

SECTION - B Unit-IV

1. Torsion: Theory of torsion & assumptions, derivation of torsion equation, polar modulus, stresses in solid & hollow circular shaft, power transmitted by shaft, closed coiled helical spring with axial load. 2. Thin cylinders subjected to internal pressures.

Unit -V : 1. Principal stresses : Biaxial stress system, principal stresses, principal planes, Mohr's circle of stresses, principal strains.

Unit-VI

2. Combined direct & bending stresses : Combined direct and bending stresses, applications to short columns with eccentric loads, retaining walls with horizontal lateral force. 1. Slope & deflection of beams : Slope & deflection in statically

Unit-III

TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING -I SECTION-A Highway : Development And Planning, Road Transport characteristics, classification of Roads, Road development plans & Salient features, Road pattern, Alignment principles, Egg. Survey for highway. Material And Testing. Various properties of aggregates and bituminous materials and Test, IRC, IS Specifications, bituminous mix design. Geometric Design : cross sectional elements, Right of way, Camber, Gradient, Typical Highway cross section in embankment and in cutting, PIEVTheory, stopping sight distance, Overtaking sight distance, Horizontal alignment curves, superelevation, Extra widening, transition curves, vertical alignment, Design of summit and valley curves, IRC Standards for Geometric design. Pavement Design : Components of Flexible and Rigid pavement, Design factors, ESWL, Flexible pavement design by C.B.R. Method. Westergards analysis for wheel load & Temperature stresses in rigid pavement, Rigid pavement by IRC method (As per IRC-37), Combination of stresses, Joints in Rigid Pavement, Construction And Maintenance – WBM Surface dressing, Bituminous roads, cement concrete Pavement, construction procedure, construction of roads in expansive soil.

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Unit-V

Unit-VI

Traffic Engineering : Traffic Characteristics, Traffic studies, road parking system, accident study, traffic control devices, marking, signs, signals, island its type, At grade intersections – clover leaf, diamond, rotary intersections & design elements, 3 E’s of traffic, regulation for driving motor vehicle, motor vehicle Act & Rule. Bridge Engineering – Component, classification and identification, data collection, site selection, economic span, different structural form – culverts, causeways, major and minor bridges, types of foundation, abutments, piers and wing wall, bearing their types and choices, Erection of bridge superstructure. Bridge Hydrology - Estimation of flood discharge, water way, scour depth, depth of foundation, Afflux, clearance and free board. Load, Forces, Stresses – Loads, forces, stresses acting on bridges.IRC Specification and code practices, critical combination. Rating And Maintenance – Methods and techniques of rating of existing bridges, repairs, maintenance, corrosion – causes and prevention, Strengthning of bridge superstructure.

Unit-II

Unit-III

BOOKS RECOMMENDED :1) Khanna S.K. & Justo C.E. : Highway Engineering 2) Rao G.V. : Principles of Transporatation & Highway Engg. 3) Dr.Kadiyali L.R. : Traffic Engg. & Transport Planning. 4) Shrarma S.K. : Principles, Practice & Design of Highway Engg. 5) Bindra S.P. : Principles & Practice of Bridge Engg. 6) Bindra S.P. : A Course in Highway Engg. 7) Duggal A.K. & Puri V.P. : Laboratory Mannual in Highway Engg. 3CE04 Unit- I

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION & MATERIALS SECTION - A Introduction : Definition, types of buildings as per national building code, components of buildings and their functions, Types of structure – load bearing structure & framed structures, their relative advantages & disadvantages, load bearing walls and partition walls, HDPE Wall panel. Foundation :- Definition and necessity, loads of foundation, Bearing Capacity soil, SBC values based on IS code, field methods of improving bearing capacity. Types of foundation – shallow foundation & deep foundations for buildings, spread footings for walls &

6 columns, Raft foundations, Foundations in black cotton soils, under-reamed pile foundation, precautions to be taken. Causes of failure of foundations. Setting out for foundation, excavation for foundation. Stone Masonry – Technical terms, General principles to be observed during construction, random rubble masonry, coursed and un- coursed rubble masonry, Selection of stone for masonry. Brick Masonry – Classification of bricks, manufacturing of clay bricks, tests on bricks, properties of burnt bricks, new trends in brick manufacturing such as use of fly ash, stabilized mud blocks. Brick masonry construction – Technical terms, general principles, commonly used types of bonds such as stretcher, header, English bond and Flemish bond, their suitability. Earthquake force, various features for making load bearing structure earthquake resistant. Floors – Types of Floors – Basement floor, ground floor and upper floors, Types of upper floors – R.C.C. slab floor, R.C.C. slab & beam floor, R.C.C. ribbed floor, R.C.C. Grid floor, R.C.C. flat slab floor, Floor finishes – Types of flooring material, Sahabad, Kotta, Granite, Ceramic tiles, plain tiles, mosaic tiles, glazed tiles, different types of floor finishes, their suitability, method of construction, criteria for selection. Roofs – Flat & pitched roof, steel roof trusses – types and suitability, fixing details at supports, types of roof covering, AC & GI sheets, acrylic sheets, fixing details of roof covering. Formwork – Different types, their relative merits & demerits, period for removal of formwork for different members. SECTION - B

Unit-IV

Doors & Windows – Different forms of commercial woodsplywood, particle-board, batten-board, block-board, novapan, sunmica, veneer sheets. Doors : Purpose, criteria for location, size of door, door frames & its types, methods of fixing, T Types of door shutters and their suitability, HDPE door shutter. Windows – Purpose, criteria for location, no. sizes & shapes of Windows, types of windows & their suitability. Ventilators – Types and their suitability. Fixtures & fastening for doors & windows. Glass – Types of glass & their suitability. Arches & lintels – Types & their suitability, details of R.C.C.

7 lintels & chajja, precast lintels & arches. Unit-V

Unit-VI

Stairs – Function, technical terms, criteria for location, types of staircases, their suitability, principle of stair layout design. Lifts, ramps & escalators – suitability. Plastering & pointing- Necessity, types, processes of different types of plastering, defects in plastered work. Painting & Colouring – Necessity, types, processes of painting & colouring to wall surfaces, wooden surface, iron & steel surfaces, types of paints and their uses. Scaffolding – Purpose, types, suitability. Special Aspects of Construction – Damp proofing – causes of dampness, its effects, various methods of damp proofing, material used for damp proofing, details of cavity wall construction. Fire proof construction – Points to be observed during planning & construction. Fire protection requirements for a multistoried building. Sound proof Construction – Sound absorbants and their characteristic, factors affecting the acoustical design of an auditorium. Joints – Expansion & construction joints necessity, details of expansion joint at foundation level & roof level of load bearing structure and framed structure. Provision of construction joints in slabs, beams & columns.

BOOKS RECOMMENDED : 1) Mackay W.B. : Building Construction, Vol. I, II, III, Longmans. 2) Sushilkumar : Building Construction, Standard Publishers Distributors. 3) Deshpande R.S. and Vartak C.V. : A Treatise on Building Construction. 4) Sharma S.K. Kaul B.K. : A. T.B. of Building Construction, S. Chand & Co. 5) Gurucharan Sing : Building Construction Engg., Standard Book House, Delhi-6 6) Sane L.S. : Construction Engg., Manak Talas, Mumbai. 7) Chudley R. : Construction Technology, Vol. I, II, III & IV, Longmans Group Ltd. 8) ISE National Building Code of India, 1970. 9) Punmia B.C. : Building Construction. 10) A Manual of Earthquake Resistant, Non-Engineered Construction Indian Society of Earthquake Tech.

3CE05 Unit-I :

Unit II :

8 ENGINEERING GEOLOGY Introdution - Different branches of Geology and importance of Geology in Civil Engineering. Mineralogy - Study of common rock forming and ore minerals with reference to its physical properties. Petrology - rock cycle, rock weathering and soil formation, origin, classification and textures of igneous sedimentary and metamorphic rocks, study of common rock types. Structural Geology - outcrop, dip strike, elementary ideas about folds, faults, joints and unconformity, effect of these structures in foundation. Earthquake Engineering - earthquake waves, causes and effects, magnitude and intensity, earthquake zones of India, seismic coefficient. Geological investigation - surface and sub-surface investigation, direct and indirect.

Unit-III :

Rock as a material of construction. Study of engineering properties of rocks and soils. Geological studies related to site selection for dams and reservoirs, tunnel alignment, hydroelectric plants, bridges, roads, air fields etc. Case histories of some major projects of tunnels, dams and reservoirs. BOOKS RECOMMENDED :1) Singh Parbin : General & Engineering Geology. 2) Mukharjee : A Text Book of Geology. 3) Tuyrell G.W. : The Principle of Petrology. 4) Wadia D.N. : Geology of India. 5) Krishan M.S. : Geology of India. 6) Date S.Y. & Mukharjee D.M. : Geological Maps. 7) Deshmukh D.N. & Mukharjee D.M. : Engineering Geological Maps. 8) Gupte R.B. : Geology of Engineering. 9) Reddy Venkata : Engnieering Geology. 3CE06 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS -LAB PRACTICALS: Minimum seven out of following: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Tension test on metals. Compression test on metals. Shear test on metals. Impact test on metals. Hardness test on metals. Torsion test on metals.

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Deflection of beams. Modulus of rupture test. Buckling of columns. Deflection of springs.

A journal/report on experiments conducted shall be submitted by each student. Practical examination shall be viva-voce based on above practical and the syllabus of the course. 3CE07 TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING -I -LAB PRACTICALS Based on above syllabus, following practical are required to be performed and a laboratory report be submitted by every student. Practical examination will be viva based on above system. List of Experiments (Any Eight) 1. Determination of Los Angeles value 2. Determination of Abrasion value of Aggregates by the use of devil machine 3. Determination of Aggregate Impact value 4. Determination of Aggregate Crushing value 5. Determination of Flakiness and Elongation Index of Aggregate. 6. Determination of perforation value of Bitumen 7. Determination of Viscosity of Bituminous material 8. Determination of softening point of bituminous material. 9. Determination of ductility of bitumen. 10. Determination of flash point and fire point of Bituminous material 11. Determination of marshal stability value 3CE08 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION & MATERIALS - LAB PRACTICALS – 1. Drawing of following building elements on A-2 size sheet. a) Panelled door, flush door, glazed window. b) Steel truss with details of joints, details & support, details of fixing of roof covering. 2. Planning & drawing of a staircase for the given data. [On A-2 size sheet, Design calculations, plan & section.] 3. Preparation of foundation plan from the given line plan of a two room building [On a A-2 size sheet.] 4. Layout of the above, in field. 5. Fields visits to building under construction and its report writing including material of construction, construction processes, Human

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recourses required, construction details. Sketch book containing Free hand sketches of following i) Different types of foundations. ii) Bonds in brick masonry iii) Types of floors. [sections] iv) Types of stairs. [plans and side view] v) Line sketches of different types of steel roof trusses. vi) Details of expansion joints. vii) Details of damp proofing for basement. viii) Fixtures & fastenings of doors & windows.

3CE09 ENGINEERING GEOLOGY - LAB LABORATORY WORK :1) Megascopic study of common rock forming and ore minerals. 2) Megascopic study of the common igneous, sedementary and metamorpic rocks. 3) Geological map reading and construction of sections from simple geological maps with engineering problems (about 8 maps) A report/journal on above practical conducted shall be submitted by each student. Practical examination shall be based on practical and viva-voce conducted on the above syllabus. ***** SEMESTER : FOURTH 4CE01 GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING – I SECTION – A Unit- I History of development of soil mechanics , formation of soil, its significance to the field problems. Soil properties and its classification, system: Definition of soil, soil as a three phase system, weight – volume relationship Density of Soil, relative density, in-situ density, specific gravity of soil solids, soil solids index and simple soil properties, void ratio, porosity, degree of saturation and functional relationship. Grain size analysis, Mechanical and Sedimentation analysis, consistency limits and their determination, liquidity idea, activity, sensitivity etc. Criteria of classification of fine grained and coarse grained soil IS soil classification Unit-II Concept of clay mineral, major soil minerals, Kaolonite, IIIite, Montmorillonite, its structural formation and properties. Mechanics of compaction, factors affecting compaction, standard and modificfed Proctor test, OMC, their field determination, zero air-void line, concept of wet of optimum and dry of optimum, different structures of soil, field method

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Unit-VI

of compactions and quality control. Mechanical stabilization and CBR test & its application. Absorbed water, surface tension, capillarity and its effect on soil properties permeability of soil, Darcy’s law and validity, Discharge and seepage velocity, factors affection permeability, determination of oefficient of permeability laboratory and field methods. IS procedure for determination of coefficient of permeability for stratified deposits. Drainage and dewatering of soil, various methods, deciding different drainage system. SECTION – B Laplace equation, its derivation in Cartesian co-ordainate system, its application for the computation of discharge seepage, seepage pressure, quick sand condition, concepts flow net, method to draw flow nets, characteristics and use of flow net, preliminary problem of discharge, estimation of discharge through homogenous earthen embankment, concept of effective neutral and total stress in soil mass, method of arresting seepage, design of graded filter, Terzagghi’s criteria, protection filter, requirement of ideal filter material, concept of piping and criteria of stability against piping. State of stress at a point, Mohrs stress circle, stress distribution in soil mass, Boussinesqs theory and its applications, point load, uniformly loaded rectangular and circular area New-marks chart, its preparation and use, equivalent point load to deleted. Compression of laterally confined soil, e-p virgin compression curve, compression index, swelling index , coefficient compressibility, concept of consolidation spring analogy Terzaghi’s theory of one imensional consolidation. Mathematical treatment). Consoledo meter-test, coefficient consolidation, time factor curve fitting methods, consolidation. Cassagrandes method for determination of pre-consolidation pressure. A physical concept of shear strength, Introduction of Mohr’s stress diagram, Mohr’s failure criterial, Mohr-Coulambs theory and development of failure envelopes, Laboratory measurement of shear strength for different drainage, coditions by direct shear test, Unconfined compression test,Triaxial and vane sheartest, concept of pore pressure coefficients and their significance on strength of soil, overconsolidation ratio, shear characteristics of sand, NC

12 and OC clays and partially saturated soil: Influence of soil structure and strain rate on shear strength, Merits and demerits of various shear strength tests. BOOKS RECOMMENDED : 1) Craig R.F. : Soil Mechanics, ELBS, 1983. 2) Lambe T.W. & Whiteman R.V. : Soil Mechanics, John Wiley and Sons, 1969. 3) Terzaghi K. & Peck R.B. : Soil Mechanics in Engg. Practice, John Wiley & Sons, 1967. 4) Gulhati S.K. : Engg. Properties of Soils, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1978. 5) Singh A. : Soil Engg. in Theory and Practice, Asia Publishing House, Mumbai. 6) Venkategramiah C. : Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engg. 4CE02 Unit I :

Unit II:

Unit III :

Unit IV:

FLUID MECHANICS – I SECTION - A Introduction: Definition of Fluid, physical properties of fluid mass density, unit weight, specific Gravity, dynamic viscosity, Kinematic Viscosity, Newton’s law of viscosity, Rheological classification of fluids. Adhesion, Cohesion, surface tension, capillarity, pressure inside droplet & jet of liquid. Fluid Statics I : Pressure at a point, Pascal’s law, Equation of fluid static’s & its integration, Measurement of pressure, absolute & gauge, types of manometers. Fluid Statics II : Forces on immersed areas – plane and curved, Buoyancy, equilibrium of floating bodies, metacenter, metacentric height, its determination by analytical method only. Kinematics : types of Flow – Eulerian approach of describing fluid motion, streamline, stream tube, streak line, Path line, substantive, local, convective acceleration, velocity potential, stream function, continuity equation of ID & 3D flow in Cartesian coordinates. Fluid Dynamics : Eulers equation of motion along a streamline and its integration to prove Bernoulli’s equation, HGL, EGL, velocity distribution, Average velocity, Kinetic – Energy correction factor, momentum correction factor (Definition only) Momentum equation (Statement Only) Forces on pipe bends. SECTION - B Fluid Measurement –I : Venturimeter, Orificemeter, Pitot tube, Prandtl Pitot tube, circular orifices & mouthpieces, time of

13 emptying rectangular tanks by orifices at bottom & sides. Fluid Measurement – II: Notches & weirs, Definition, Types rectangular, triangular, trapezoidal, cipolletti weir, end contractions, velocity of approach, Francis equation. Laminar flow through circular pipes, velocity distribution, Hayegen Puiseuille equation with Proof. Reynold’s number, Boundary layer, definition, development along a flat plate, Nominal thickness, energy thickness, Momentum thickness, displacement thickness. Flow around immersed bodies, drag, lift, different forms of drag, calculations of drag & lift on cylindrical bodies only. Pipe flow Darcy – Weisbach equation hf = flv2/2gd (no proof) major & minor losses, pipes in series, pipes in parallel, equivalent pipe, pipe Network (Hardy – Cross method only)

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Unit VI :

Books Recommended : 1) Modi P.N. & Seth S.M. : Hydraulics & Fluid Mechanics, SI Edition. 2) Dr. Jain A.K. : Fluid Mechanics. 3) Subramanya K. : Fluid Mechanics. 4) Streeter : Fluid Mechanics. 5) Garde & Mirajgaonkar : Fluid Mechanics. 4CE03 Unit-I

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THEORY OF STRUCTURES – I SECTION – A Classification of Structures, Concept of statically indeterminate beam and frame, Analysis of fixed beam and propped cantilever, Rotation and sinking of support. Analysis of Continuous beam by theorem of three moments, sinking of support. Castigliano's theorem I, Unit load method, slope and deflection in determinate beams and portals. Deflection in determinate trusses. Influence line diagrams for reactions, bending moment and shear force for determinate beams. Rolling loads on simply supported beams, concentrated and uniformly distributed loads, maximum shear force and bending moment, focal length. SECTION B Rolling loads on trusses, Influence line diagrams for forces in members of simple trusses. Three hinged arches subjected to static loads, Bending moment, radial shear and axial thrust.

14 Slope deflection method: 1. Analysis of continuous beams with and without sinking of support. 2. Analysis of portal frames without side sway. Unit-VI Moment Distribution method: 1. Analysis of continuous beams with and without sinking of support. 2. Analysis of portal frames without side sway. Unit-V

BOOKS RECOMMENDED: 1. Junnarkar, S. B., Mechanics of Structure, Volume I and II 2. Jain and Arya, Theory and Analysis of Structures 3. Reddy. C. S., Basic Structural Analysis, Tata – McGraw hill 4. Wang, C. K., Elementary Analysis of Structures 5. Norris and Wilbur, Elementary Structural Snalysis. 4CE04 Unit-I

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SURVEYING –I SECTION-A Introduction Surveying – Necessity & purpose, Geodetic & plane surveying, classification of survey, principles of surveying. Instruments for measurement of distance, linear measurements, corrections to field measurements, ranging out, direct and indirect ranging. Use of distomat. Chain surveying: basic definition, principle, selection of survey stations, offsets for locating details, limiting length of offsets, degree of accuracy of offsets, use of cross staff, optical square, prism square, obstacles in chaining, plotting of chain survey work, cross staff survey. Instruments for measurement of angles: Prismatic compass, surveyor's compass, their use and adjustments. Vernier and microscopic theodolite, their temporary adjustment. Permanent adjustment of vernier theodolite. Introduction and uses of Total Station. Traversing with chain and compass, Reference meridians, bearing and azimuths. Local attraction, magnetic declination and its variation. Open & closed traverses. Adjustment of closed traverse - Bowditch's Graphical method. Instruments for measurement of elevation : Dumpy levels tilting and automatic levels. Details of their construction. Temporary and permanent adjustments of Dumpy and tilting levels.

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15 SECTION - B Measurement. of Horizontal and Vertical angles with theodolite by different methods. Other uses of theodolite. Theodolite traverse, latitude and departure, Gale's traverse table. Leveling: Definition of terms, Principle, leveling methods, leveling staves, Booking and reduction of field notes, curvature and refraction. Contouring: Definition, Characteristics and uses of contour maps, methods of contouring. Refraction, reciprocal leveling plotting of profiles. Errors in leveling.

16 Pozzolana and Admixtures: Plasticizer, retarders, accelerators, water proofing agents, mineral admixtures, IS code provisions. Unit-III

Special concrete: Light weight concrete, fibre reinforced concrete, Roller compacted concrete, self compacted concrete, high strength concrete, high performance concrete, high volume fly ash concrete. Special concreting techniques: Guniting, grouting and shotcreting concrete, introduction & application of Ferrocement. SECTION-B

Unit-VI : 1. Plane tabling : equipments, methods, two point and three point problems, Advantages & disadvantages of plane tabling, Lehman's rules.

Unit-IV

2. Construction and use of minor instruments such as Abney level, Box sextant, Plan i meter, Tangent clinometer, Ghat Tracer.

Introduction of mix design, factors governing mix design, IS code method of mix design (IS:10262 – 1982) and Indian Road Congress (IRC) – 44 methods.

Unit-V

Basic elastic theory and concept of reinforced concrete, types of reinforcement. Analysis of rectangular sections by working stress method, modes of failure, design of singly reinforced beams, oneway slabs (simply supported), lintels, and chajjas.

Unit-VI

Analysis and design of doubly reinforced rectangular beam by working stress method section for simply supported span. Shear and Bond: Shear stress in reinforced concrete beam section, shear reinforcement, bent up bars and stirrups, bond stress, local and average bond stress, and development length.

BOOKS RECOMMENDED : 1. D.Clark : Plane and Geodetic Surveying, Vol. I & II Aisa Publication House. 2. P.B.Sahani : T.B. of Surveying, Vol. I & II, Oxford B.H.B.H. 3. T.P.Kanetkar & Kulkarni : Surveying and Leveling, Part I & II, Pune Vidharthi Griha Prakashan, Pune. 4. B.C.Punmia : Surveying I & II, Standard Book House Delhi. 5. R.C.Brinker and P.R.Wolf, Harper and Row : Elementary Surveying 4CE05 Unit-I

Unit II

REINFORCED CEMENT CONCRETE – I SECTION –A Cement: Physical properties of Portland cement, laboratory tests, special types of cements. Aggregate: Classification of aggregate, physical properties, bulking and moisture content, specific gravity, bulk density, laboratory tests. Properties of fresh concrete: Workability of concrete, methods of measuring workability, nominal mix, mixing, centering & formwork, placing, compaction and curing of concrete Properties of hardened concrete: Grades of concrete, properties of concrete, compressive, tensile, and shear strength, modulus of elasticity, creep, shrinkage and durability, laboratory tests on concrete.

Students must be shown video CD, slides, transparencies, and photograph of actual structures. BOOKS RECOMMENDED: 1. Lea, F. M. The Chemistry of Cement and Concrete, Edward Arnold (Publishers) ltd. 2. Neville, A. M. : Properties of Concrete, Pitman Publishing Company. 3. Neville, Brooks : Concrete Technology, ELBS 4. Gambhir, M. L. : Concrete Technology, Dhanpat Rai and Sons 5. Orchard D. F. : Concrete Technology, Applied Science Pub Ltd. 6. Shetty, M. S. : Concrete Technology, S. Chand 7. Varshney, R. S. : Concrete Technology, Oxford Pub. house. 8. IS: 456 – 2000, 9. IS: 10262 – 1982, 10. Krishna Raju : Design of Concrete Mixes, Mc – Graw Hill.

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17 Shah and Kale : Reinforced Cement Concrete Design, Sushil Kumar : Treasure of Reinforced Cement Concrete

4CE06 GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING – I-LAB PRACTICALS :Based on above syllabus, following ten practical are required to be formed and a laboratory report be submitted by vevery student. Practicalexamination will be viva based on above syllabus. EXPERIMENTS :1. Determination of specific gravity of soil solids by Pyconometer, density bottle. 2. Determination of moisture content by ovendrying method. 3. Determination of field density of the soil by sand replacement / core cutter method. 4. Determination of grain size distribution by mechanical sieve analysis. 5. Determination f Atterbergs limits (LL, PL and SL) 6. Determinatin of Compaction properties (Standard Proctor Test) 7. Determination of permeability of falling head test 8. Determination of shear strength parameters by direct shear test 9. Determination of unconfined compressive strength of soil. 10. Determination of shear strength parameters by Triaxial of UU type 11. C.B.R. test. 12. Consolidation test 4CE07 PRACTICALS :-

FLUID MECHANICS – I - LAB

Minimum 8 practical out of the list given should be carried out. The practical examination shall consist of viva-voce based on theory & practical. Graphs are to be drawn wherever necessary. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Verification of Bernoullis theorem. Reynolds experiment to determine type of flow. Determination of coefficient of discharge for Venturimeter Determination of coefficient of discharge for Orificemeter Determination of hydraulic coefficients of orifice. Determination of metacentric height. Determination of friction factor for GI pipe Determination of coefficient of discharge for rectangular notch . Determination of coefficient of discharge for triangular notch. Determination of coefficient of discharge for trapezoidal notch. Determination of coefficient of discharge for mouthpiece. Determination of Viscocity of fluid at different temperatures.

18 4CE08 SURVEYING –I-LAB PRACTICALS – Any 7 practicals mentioned below shall be performed by each student, Observations, calculations and relevant work to be submitted in the form of field book and 4 drawing in A-1 size sheet as a sessional work. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Measurement of length – use Distomat. Chain and Compass surveying. L Section & C/section of road. Plane table survey. Theodolite traverse. Study and use of minor instruments. Measurement of area of a irregular figure by digital planimeter. To find corrected bearing using prismatic compass (local attraction). To find R.L. of given point (differential levelling)

Practical examination shall consists of field exercise and vivavoce based on the above syllabus and practical work. 4CE09

REINFORCED CEMENT CONCRETE – I -LAB

PRACTICALS: • Compulsory site visit and submission of site visit report. • Minimum seven out of following list: 1. Fineness of cement: 2. Soundness of cement 3. Consistency and setting time of the cement 4. Compressive strength of cement 5. Sieve analysis of aggregate. 6. Bulking of sand (fine aggregate). 7. Silting of sand. 8. Workability by slump cone test. 9. Workability by compaction factor test. 10. Workability by flow table method. 11. Compressive strength of concrete. 12. Mix Design (Compulsory) by IS method. A journal/report on experiments conducted shall be submitted by each student. Practical examination shall be viva-voce based on above practical and the syllabus of the course. *****

Content of the Compulsory Subject “Environmental Studies” are given on Page Nos. ES-1 to ES-4 i.e. at the end of this syllabus.

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19 SYLLABUS PRESCRIBED FOR FOUR YEAR DEGREE COURSE IN BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING MECHANICALENGINEERING SEMESTER PATTERN (CREDIT GRADE SYSTEM) SEMESTER : THIRD MATHEMATICS-III Section-A Ordinary differential equations:- Complete solution, Operator D, Rules for finding complementary function, the inverse operator, Rules for finding the particular integral, Method of variations of parameters, Cauchy’s and Legendre’s linear differential equations. (10 Hrs) Laplace transforms : Definition, standard forms, properties of Laplace transform, inverse Laplace transform, initial and final value theorem, convolution theorem, Laplace transform of impulse function, Unit step function, Laplace transforms of periodic function. Solution of Linear differential equations. (10 Hrs.) Partial differential equation of first order of following form- (i) f (p,q)=0; (ii) f (p,q,z)=0; (iii)f (x,p)=g(y,q); (iv) Pp+Qq=R (Lagranges form); (v) z=px+qy+f (p,q) (Clairaut form) Statistics : Curve fitting by method of least squares (Straight and parabola only), Correlation, Regression. Probability Distribution:– Binomial distribution, Poisson and normal Distribution. (10 Hrs.) Section-B Complex Analysis :- Functions of complex variables, Analytic function, Cauchy-Reimann conditions, Harmonic function, Harmonic conjugate functions, Milne’s method, conformal mappings (translation, rotation, magnification, inversion, bilinear transformation), singular points, expansion of function in Tayler’s and Laurent’s series. Cauchy’s integral theorem and formula, Residue theorem. (12 Hrs.) Numerical Analysis : Solution of algebric and transcendental equations by Newton-Raphson method & method of false position. Solution of system of linear equations by GaussSeidal method, Relaxation method. Solution of first order ordinary differential equations by Picard’s, modified Euler’s, Runge-Kutta and Taylor’s method. (10 Hrs.) Vector Calculus :- Scalar and vector point functions, Differentiation of vectors, Gradient of a scalar point function,

20 Directional derivatives, Divergence and curl of a vector point function and their physical meaning, line, surface, volume integrals, irrotational and solenoidal vector fields, Stoke’s and Divergence theorem (without proof). (10 Hrs.) Books Recommended:Text Books: 1. Text book on Applied Engineering Mathematics, Vol. II, J.N. Wartikar and P.N. Wartikar, Pune Vidyarthi Griha Prakashan, Pune. 2. Higher Engineering Mathematics, B.S Grewal, Himalaya Publishing House. 3. Applied Mathematics, Vol. III, J.N. Wartikar and P.N. Wartikar, Pune Vidyarthi Griha Prakashan, Pune. Reference Book : 1. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Erwin Kreyzig, John Wiley. 3ME02/ 3PE02

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MECHANICS OF MATERIALS / STRENGTH OF MATERIALS SECTION-A Mechanical properties: Concept of direct, bending and shear stresses and strains, stress-strain relations, Biaxial and triaxial loading, elastic constants and their relationship, stress-strain diagrams and their characteristics for mild steel, and other metals, factor of safety, Uniaxial stresses and strains: Stresses and strains in compound bars in uniaxial tension and compression, temperature stresses in simple restrained bars and compound bars of two metals only. Axial force, shear force & bending moment diagrams : Beams, loading and support conditions, bending moment and shear force for all types of loadings for simply supported beams, cantilevers, relation between shear force, bending moment and loading intensity. Simple or pure bending theory: Theory of simple bending, section modulus, moment of resistance, bending stresses in solid, hollow and built up section, leaf springs. Torsion: Theory of torsion & assumptions, derivation of torsion equation, polar modulus, stresses in solid & hollow circular shaft, power transmitted by shaft, closed coiled helical spring with axial load. Shear stress distribution on beam rectangular and circular cross sections.

Unit-IV Unit –V 1. 2. Unit-VI

21 SECTION – B Thin and thick cylinders and thin spherical shells subjected to internal pressures. Strain energy under uniaxial tension and compression impact loads and instantaneous stresses. Principal Stresses : Biaxial stress system, principal stresses, principal planes, Mohr’s circle of stresses. Deflection of beams Deflection in statically determinate (simply supported) beams subjected to point loads, uniformly distributed loads, moments by Macauley’s method.

Books Recommended: Text Books : 1. F. L. Singer : Strength of Materials, Harper and Row Publication, New York . 2. Ramamruthm : Strength of Materials, Danpat Rai and Sons, New Delhi . Reference Books : 1. E.P.Popov : Mechanics of Materials, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi. 2. S. Timoshenko and O.H.Young : Elements of Strength of Materials, East West Press Private Ltd., New Delhi. 3. Shames, I. H. : Introduction to Solid Mechanics, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 1990. 4. Beer and Johston : Mechanics of Materials, McGraw Hill. 5. D. S. Prakash Rao : Strength of Material : A Practical Approach, I ed, University Press, Hydrabad. 3ME03

FLUID POWER-I Section - A UNIT-I : - 1) Introduction to the study of fluid motion. Mechanical properties of fluids and their influence on flow characteristics. 2) Fluid Statics:- Fluid pressure, pressure variation in fluids, manometers, forces on plane and curved surface buoyancy. (12 Hrs) UNIT-II:Buoyancy, stability of floating bodies. Kinematics and dynamics of fluid flow:- Types of flows, Stream lines, potential lines, flow net, continuity equation. One and two dimensional motion, one dimensional method of flow analysis. Bernoulli’s

22 equation. Venturimeter, Momentum equation for steady flow. Vortex motion. (8 Hrs) UNIT-III:Dimensional analysis: Dimensional homogeneity and dimension less ratios. Dimensionless parameters. Similitude and model studies. (6 Hrs) Section - B UNIT-IV:Motion of viscous fluids:-Introduction to laminar and Turbulent flows. Boundary layer concept. Separation. Drag lift on immersed bodies. Reynolds number and its significance. (7 Hrs) UNIT V:Darcy weisbach equation i.e. Equation of pipe flow, friction charts and its use, Minor losses in pipes and fittings, losses due to sudden enlargement and contraction, Hydraulic and energy gradient lines, pipes in series and parallel. Elementary concept of water hammer. (8 Hrs) UNIT VI:- 1. Principles of fluid machinery: Dynamic action of fluid force exerted by fluid jet on plane, curved, stationary and moving vanes. Velocity diagrams, Work done by impact, pressure due to deviated flow. 2. General Theory of Hydrodynamic Machines:- Eulers equation, Degree of reaction, classification of machines according to degree of reaction. Efficiencies: Volumetric efficiency, Hydraulic efficiency, mechanical efficiency and overall efficiency. (7 Hrs) Books Recommended :Text Books:1. CSP Ojha, R. Berndtsson, Fluid Mechanics and Machinery; Oxford university. 2. Bansal R.K., Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines; Laxmi publications. Reference Books:1. R.K.Rajput; Engineering Fluid Mechanics; S. Chand publications. 2. Dr. Mody & Seth; Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics; Standard book house 3. S. Ramamrutham, Hydraulic, Fluid Mechanics & Fluid Machines, Dhanpatrai publishing company. 4. Strecter, Fluid Mechanics, Tata McGraw Hill. 3ME04 Unit-I

ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS Section-A Introduction to basic concepts of thermodynamics,

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23 Macroscopic and microscopic approaches, properties of system, state and equilibrium, processes and cycle. Temperatures and Zeroth law of thermodynamics, Quasistatic process, Forms of energy and its conversion. Gas Laws and Ideal gas equation of states, difference between gases and vapours, equation of state, gas constant and universal gas constant. (08 hrs) Work and Heat: Definition of work, thermodynamic work, displacement work and other forms of work, Definition of Heat, Work and heat transfer as path function, comparison of work and heat, work done during various processes, P-V diagrams. First law of thermodynamics: Energy of a system, classification of energy, law of conservation of energy law applied to closed system under going a cycle, Joules experiment. Energy a property of system, internal energy-a function of temperature, Enthalpy, specific heat at constant volume and constant pressure. Change in internal energy and Heat transfer during various non-flow processes. (10 hrs) First Law applied to flow processes: Steady state, steady flow process, mass balance and energy balance in steady flow process, steady flow energy equation and its application to nozzles and diffusers, turbine and compressor pumps, heat exchangers, Throttle valve etc. work done and Heat transfer during steady flow processes. (9Hrs) SECTION - B Second Law of thermodynamics: Limitations of Ist law, Thermal energy reservoir, heat engines refrigerator and heat pumps. Kelvin-Plank and Clausious statements, their equivalence, reversible and irreversible processes, Carnot cycle, two propositions regarding the efficiency of Carnot cycles. The thermodynamic temperature scale. Reverse carnot cycle. COP of heat pump and refrigeration. Inequality of Clausius. (7 Hrs) Entropy: Entropy-a property of system, entropy change for ideal gases, entropy change of a system during irreversible process, lost work. Principle of increase of entropy. Availability and irreversibility:- Available energy referred to cycle, decrease in available energy with heat transfer through a finite temperature differences. The Helmhltz and Gibbs functions, Availability, Irreversibility and effectiveness. (8 Hrs)

UnitVI a) b)

24 Air Standard Cycles: Ottto, diesel, semidiesel, sterling and joule cycles etc., their efficiencies and mean effective pressure. Vapour Cycles:- Rankine and Modified Rankine Cycle. Comparison of Rankine and Carnot cycle, representation on P-V, T-S and H-S diagram. (No numerical on this unit) (8 Hrs)

Books Recommended Text Books 1. Engineering Thermodynamic - by P.K.Nag. 2. Thermodynamics Volume: I & II; R. Yadav; Reference Books 1. Basic Engineering Thermodynamics - by Reyner Joel 2. Thermodynamics - by C.P. Arora. 3. Fundamentals of Classical Thermodynamics - by G.J.Vanwylen. 4. Engineering Thermodynamics; P. Chattopadhyay; Oxford 5. Engineering Thermodynamics; Gordon Rogers, Yon Mayhew; Pearson 3ME05 Unit-I :-

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MANUFACTURING PROCESSES-I Section - A Introduction to manufacturing processes & classification; Introduction to pattern making- Pattern materials, pattern making tools, allowances, Types of patterns, functions of patterns, General properties of moulding sands, Mold hardness. Preparation of sand moulds of different types, Moulding processes, core making, core prints, core boxes. Sand casting Processes - Basic principle and Terminology of sand casting, gating system, types of gate, risers, etc. (9Hrs) Technology of melting and casting - Melting furnaces, crucibles, pit, open hearth, gas fired cupola, cupola operation and electric hearth furnaces, Electric furnaces - Direct Arc, Indirect arc and electric induction furnace. Defects in castings and its types, Causes and remedies of casting defects. Origin and classification of defects, shaping faults, Inclusion and sand defects, Gas defects, shrinkage defects, contraction defects, dimensional errors. Inspection and testing of castings:- Radiography, ultrasonic, Eddy current testing, fluorescent penetrant test. (7 Hrs) Casting processes and their principle of operation and applications permanent mold casting, slush casting, shell

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25 molding, Investment or lost wax casting, vacuum process, centrifugal casting, continuous casting, Die casting equipment and processes for Gravity, pressure and vacuum casting methods, cleaning of castings, Modernisation & Mechanisation of Foundries. (8 Hrs) Section - B Mechanical working of metals: Principle of hot and cold working process and its types, Extrusion, piercing, pipe and tube production, manufacture of seamless pipe and tubing. Shearing operations, tube drawing, wire drawing, spinning, embossing and coining, squeezing and bending operations, rotary swaging, Rolling, types of rolling mills, forging operations, upset forging. (8 Hrs) Joining processes:- Mechanical joining processes, Mechanical fastening, riveting, soldering, brazing Welding, Types of welding processes-Arc welding: principle and working, Gas welding- principle and working Types and purpose of Electrodes, Electrode coatings(flux). TIG & MIG processes – Working principles and its applications, shielding gases, MIG-Spray transfer and dip transfer processes. (6 Hrs.) Submerged arc welding & resistance welding :- Heat generation in resistance welding, operational characteristics of resistance welding processes such as spot welding, projection welding, butt welding. Principle of operation of friction welding, forge welding, plasma arc, thermit welding. Welding defects, Testing and Inspection of welds, Ultrasonic, Electroslag, Electron Beam, laser welding, weldability. Surface Treatment-Electroplating, electroforming, and iodising, metal spraying, shot peening, polishing, mechanical cleaning. (9 Hrs)

Books Recommended Text Books:1. Workshop Technology Vol. I by Bawa, Tata McGraw Hill Publication. 2. Workshop Technology Vol I by Hajra Chaudhary, Dhanpat Rai & Sons 2001. References:1. Workshop Technology Vol I by Raghuwanshi. 2. Manufacturing Processes by J.P. Kaushish; PHI 3. Processes and Materials of Manufacture by R.A.Lindberg, PHI Pub 2001.

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26 Foundry Technology by Goel Sinha.

3ME06 / 3PE06 MECHANICS OF MATERIAL-LAB. / STRENGTH OF MATERIALS-LAB. Practicals: Minimum Six to Eight out of following: 1. Tension test on metals. 2. Compression test on materials. 3. Shear test on metals. 4. Impact test on metals. 5. Hardness test on metals. 6. Torsion test on metals. 7. Deflection of beams. 8. Modulus of rupture test. 9. Deflection of springs. Practical examination shall be viva-voce based on above practical and the syllabus of the course. 3ME07 FLUID POWER-I-LAB. Practical Term Work:At least six practical’s (study/Trials) based on above syllabus, as given below shall be performed and a report there of submitted by the students. 1. Study of Manometers. 2. Measurement of fluid pressure by manometer. 3. Determination of metacentric height. 4. Verification of Bernoulli’s equation. 5. Flow measurement by venturimeter. 6. Study of venturimeter. 7. Determination of Reynolds number. 8. Velocity distribution in Boundary layer & thickness of B.L. 9. Determination of co-efficient of friction for pipes. 10. Determination of head loss due to sudden enlargement. 11. Determination of head loss due to sudden contraction. 12. Determination of losses in bends. 13. Determination of losses in elbows. 14. Study of flow through pipes in series & parallel. 15. Verification of momentum equation. Note :- Practical examination shall consist of oral or Experimentation based on above term work.

27 3ME08 MANUFACTURING PROCESSES-I –LAB. Practice:1. Study of safety precautions in workshop practices. 2. Foundary:- Any two of the following jobs Sand preparation and practice in moulding of various types of patterns:- Pattern making 1 job, Moulding 1 job Casting 1 job. 3. Joining Processes:- 2 composite jobs involving electric welding, gas welding and resistance welding process. A journal should be prepared and submitted on above term work. The practical examination shall consist of a job preparation and college assessment should be based upon the jobs, termwork and viva examination. SEMESTER : FOURTH BASIC ELECTRICAL DRIVES & CONTROL Section-A Concept of general electric drives, classification and comparison of electrical drive system, Cooling and heating of electric motors. Introduction to mechatronics, Theory and principle of Power Transistor, SCR Basic characteristics of D.C. motor, Torque equation, Modified speed – Torque characteristics. Starting and braking of Electrical D.C. motors, comparison of mechanical and electrical braking methods. Introduction, Principle, construction and working of Servo motors, stepper motors, Brushless D.C. motors. Classification of A.C. motors, construction, types, principle of working and characteristics of 3 phase Induction motors, applications. Starting and braking of 3 phase induction motors. Classification of single phase induction motors. construction, principle and working and applications. Principle and working of universal motor. Section-B Conventional methods of speed control of A.C. and D.C. motors. Thyristorized stator voltage control of 3 phase induction motor, (v/f) control method, slip-power recovery scheme. Thyristorized armature voltage control of D.C. motors using phase control & Thyristorized chopper. Basic principle, construction & applications of sensors and transducers, contact - non- contact type, optical proximity

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28 sensors. Switches, contact type, magnet type, electromagnetic type, sound, light, pressure, vibration transducers, Hall effect-sensors A.C./D.C. Tachogenerators. Industrial applications - classes of duty selection of an electric drive for particular applications such as steel mill, paper mill, cement mill, textile mill, sugar mill, electric traction, coal mining, etc. Induction heating, surface hardening & Dielectric heating.

Books Recommended Text Books:1. A First Course on Electrical Drives - S.K. Pillai. 2. Basic Electrical Technology (Vol. 11) - B.L. Theraja Reference Books : 1. Drives and Control - N. Dutta 2. Mechatronics - W.Bolton, Addison Wesley, Longman Ltd., 1997. 3. A Course in Electrical, Electronics Measurement and Instrumentation, By A.K.Sawhney, Dhanpat Rai & Sons, 2006 4ME02 Unit I : -

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ENGINEERINGMETALLURGY Section - A Introduction to metallurgy: Basic concept of process metallurgy, physical metallurgy, and mechanical metallurgy, Classification of materials & their application, Structure of metals and alloys, formation of Alloys, Solid solutions, types and their formation, lever rule for phase mixtures. Solidification of pure metals, nucleation and growth, ingot structure, dendritic solidification (8) Study of binary equilibrium diagram and invariant reactions, Construction and study of Iron-carbon Equilibrium Diagram, Critical temperatures, Microstructure of slowly cooled steel, Estimation of carbon from microstructure, structure property relation, Introduction to composite materials, advantages and applications. (8) Section-B Cast irons : Factors governing condition of carbon in cast iron, Maurer’s diagram, Solidification of grey and white cast iron, Malleabalizing, Constitution and properties of white, gray, Nodular and Malleable cast irons, their applications, Alloy cast irons. Non Ferrous Metals and Alloys : Types, Properties and uses of Brasses and Bronzes. Important alloys of

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29 Aluminium, Lead, Tin and Zinc, their applications. Bearing materials, Season cracking, precipitation hardening. (8) Principles of Heat Treatment: - Annealing, Normalizing, Tempering Iso-thermal transformation diagrams(S-curve), super imposition of continuous cooling curves on ‘s’ Curve, pearlite, bainite and martenste transformation, Quenching media, severity of quench, Austempering, Martempering and patenting, Retained austenite and sub-zero treatment. Hardenability. (8) Methods of surface hardening: Carburizing, Nitriding, Cyaniding, Flame and Induction Hardening. Mechanical working of Metals: - Hot and cold working, Relative advantages and disadvantages, study of stress strain curve, Luder’s bands, Work hardening, strain Ageing; Recovery, Recrystallization and grain growth. Metallurgical factors affecting various Mechanical working processes, preferred orientation, Deformation mechanismsSlip& twining, critical resolved shear stress. Powder Metallurgy: Concept, Methods of Manufacture of metal powders, compaction Process- Single die and double die, sintering, stages of sintering, Manufacture of porous bearings & cemented carbide tip tools by P.M.T. Advantages, limitations and applications of powder metallurgy. (8)

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Book Recommended:Text Books:1. Introduction to physical metallurgy ;Sidney H Avner, TATA McGraw hill 2. Engineering materials & metallurgy R.K.Rajput, S chand publication Reference Books: 1. Mechanical Metallurgy, G. E. Dieter, Mc- Graw Hill International, London 3rd Edn. 1999 2. Physical metallurgy for engineers, Clarke and Varney, second Edn.,1987. 3. Power metallurgy, A.K Sinha First Edn. 1991. 4. Material Science and Metallurgy; V.D. Kodgire; Everest Publishing House 5. Engineering physical Metallugrgy, Y Lakhtin, Mir Publications. Second Ed. 1999 6. Material Science and Meallurgy- C Daniel Yesudian, Scitech Publication

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30 ENERGY CONVERSION-I Section - A Properties of Steam: Triple point and critical point, Sensible heat, latent heat, superheat and total heat of steam. Wet steam, dryness fraction, Internal energy of steam, External work of evaporation, Specific volume, enthalpy, internal energy and entropy of steam. T-S diagram Mollier chart, Steam tables and their use. Work done and heat transfer during various thermodynamics processes with steam as working fluid. Throttling of steam, determination of dryness fraction using various calorimeters. (8 Hrs) Flow diagram for steam power plant with basic units such as steam generator, turbine, condenser and pump. Boilers: Introduction to water tube boilers used in thermal power plants, packaged Boilers (fire tube), High pressure boilers; Loeffler, Benson, Lamont Boilers, Boiler mountings and accessories—devices for improving Boiler efficiency. Principle of fluidized bed combustion. Boiler draught; Types of draught, expression for diameter & height of chimney, condition for maximum discharge, efficiency of chimney, reasons for draught loss. (7 Hrs) FUEL & ASH HANDLING : Elementary treatment on coal, coal transportation from mine to site and site to boiler house. Fuel bed firing and suspension firing, Equipments of Mechanical grate firing, pulverised coal firing including crushers & pulverisers and burners. Oil handling system,and burner equipment,Elementary treatment on ash handling. Type of dust collectors and disposal of dust. Boiler performance:Boiler rating, boiler power, equivalent evaporation, efficiency. Effect of accessories on boiler efficiancy and heat balance. (8 Hrs) Section - B Steam power plant: General features, representation of Ranking cycle on phasediagrams. layout,site selection, concept of co-generation. CONDENSERS : Need,Types of condensers, quantity of cooling water required. Dalton’s law of partial pressure, condenser and vacuum efficiency. Sources of air in condensers and its effect on performance. Condensate pump and air extraction pumps, air enjectors Cooling water system: cooling ponds, spray tanks, cooling towers: Natural and mechanical wet type cooling tower. (7 Hrs) Steam nozzles : Flow of steam through nozzles & diffusers, Maximum discharge, critical pressure ratio, Effect of friction. Determination of throat & exit areas, Nozzle efficiency, no

UNIT VI

31 nunmerical on concept of super saturated flow & wilson line Steam Turbines:- Principle of working, Types of steam turbines such as impulse, reaction, axial & radial flow, back pressure & condensing turbines. Compounding. Reheat, regenerative cycles, bleeding. Analysis limited to two stages only. (7 Hrs) Analysis of steam Turbines : Flow of steam through impulse & impulse reaction turbine blading. Velocity diagrams. Graphical & analytical methods for work & power developed, axial thrust and efficiency. Height of turbine blades. LOSSES IN STEAM TURBINES:- Nozzle losses:- blade friction, partial admission, disc friction, gland leakage losses and velocity losses. Governing of steam turbines. (10 Hrs)

Recommended Books: Text books 1. Thermal engineering; Mahesh M Rathore; Tata McGraw-Hill 2. Thermal Engineering R.Yadav; Central publication Reference books: 1. Steam Turbine; Kearton; Oscar Publications 2. Thermal Power Engineering; Mathur Mehta; Tata McGraw-Hill 3. Power Plant Engineeirng; R.K.Rajput; Laxmi Publications 4. Thermal Engineering, P.L.Ballaney; Laxmi Publications 4ME04

MANUFACTURING PROCESSES -II Section - A UNIT I :Theory of Metal cutting: Mechanics of Metal cutting, Tool material, Tool Geometry, Cutting tool classification, Tool life, Tool wear, Cutting forces and power consumption, Machinability, Cutting fluids, Machine Tool classification. (8 Hrs) UNIT II:Construction, Operations and accessories of centre lathe, introduction of capstan & turret lathe, indexing mechanism, bar feeding mechanism, introduction to Automatic screwmachines & Single spindle and multi-spindle automat. (10 Hrs) UNIT III:- a) Drilling M/cs general purpose, Mass production and special purpose drilling M/cs. b) Boring M/c :- Horizontal, Vertical and jig Boring M/c. c) Introduction to Broaching and its types, reaming operation. (8 Hrs)

32 Section - B UNIT IV:- a) Milling M/c :- Types, Types of Milling Cutters, Dividing head, Compound and differential indexing. b) Gear producing M/cs. c) Study of various parts and operations of power hack saw. (6 Hrs) UNIT V :- a) Grinding Machines: Bench grinders, surface grinders, centreles grinders, types of bonds & Abrasive modification of grinding wheels. b) Study of various part & Operation of Shaper, Planer, Sloter. (6 Hrs) UNIT VI:- Unconventional Machining Processes:a) Mechanical Processes:- Ultrasonic Machining - principle and applications. process parameters; Abrasive and water parameters involved. b) Thermal processes:- Election Beam Machining – Generation of beam, principle and applications : Laser Beam machining applications : Plasma-arc machining- Concept and generation of plasma, principle of PAM, applications. c) Electro Chemical Machining- Classification, fundamentals: Electro mechanical milling. d) Electric discharge Machining - Types dis-sie-onking, wire EDM, Mechanism of material removal, process parameters, advantages and applications. (8 Hrs) Books Recomonded: Text Books: 1. Manufacturing Technology-Vol 1 & 2; R.L.Timings, S.P. Wilkinson; Pearson Publication. 2. Workshop Technology - By Hajra Choudhaury Vol II. References:1. Pandya & Shah, Modern Machining process, Tata McGraw Hill 1998. 2. Workshop Technology, O.P. Khanna, Dhanpatrai & Sons. 3. Workshop Technology - By Raghuwanshi. Vol II. 4ME05 Unit I- a)

Unit II- a)

MACHINE DESIGN & DRAWING-I Section - A Sectional Views Conversion of pictorial view in to sectional orthographic projections, Sectional views with different types of projections, Missing views (12 Hrs) Development of surfaces

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33 Development of surfaces of cubes, prisms, cylinders, pyramids, cones & their cut sections Intersection of solids-prism and prism, cylinder and cylinder, cylinder and prism, cone and cylin-der, cone and prism. (12 Hrs) Section B Meaning of Design, Phases of Design, Design considerations Simple stresses, Thermal stresses, Torsional Stress, stresses in straight & curved beams and its application- hooks, cclamps Design & drawing of riveted joints- Caulking & fullering, failures, strength & efficiency of riveted joints. Welded joints- Symbolic representation, Strength of transverse & parallel fillet welded section Design & drawing of Knuckle Joints (12 hrs) Design of Helical springs- Types of springs, stresses in helical springs, Wahl’s stress factor, Buckling & surge, tension spring spiral & leaf springs Design of power screw-Torque required to raise loads, efficiency & helix angle, overhauling & self locking of screw, acme threads, stresses in power screw. (12 hrs)

Books Recommended Text Books : 1) Machine Drawing by N. D. Bhatt, Charator Publication 2) Machine Design by R. S. Khurmi & J. K. Gupta , S. Chand Publication Reference Books : 1) Machine Design by Dr. P. C. Sharma & Dr. D. K. Agrawal, Katsons Books publication 2) Design of Machine elements by C. S. Sharma, Kamlesh Purohit, PHI publication 3) Design of Machine elements by V. B. Bhandari, Tata McGraw Hill Publication 4) Machine Design, Jindal, Pearson publications 5) Design Data Book by- P.S.G. Koimbatore 6) Design Data Book by Mahadevan, (Use of any data book from the above will be permitted during the examination). 4ME06 / 4PE06 BASIC ELECTRICAL DRIVES & CONTROL-LAB. List of Experiments Any eight practicals from the following list:

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34 To study the Specification of Various Electrical Machines. To study the D.C. Motor Starters. To study the Running and Reversing of D.C. Motor. Speed Measurements using Magnetic Pick-up. To study the Speed reversal of counter Current Breaking of 3-phase Induction Motor. To control the speed of D.C. Motor by a) Armature Control b) Field Control. To perform Load Test on Induction Motor. To study Dynamic/Rheostatic Breaking of D.C. Motor. To study Characteristics of Thyristor. To study the speed -Torque Characteristic of Servo Motor.

4ME07 ENGINEERINGMETALLURGY-LAB. List of Practicals: - (At least eight practicals out of the following list.) 1. Study of metallurgical microscope. 2. Preparation of specimen for micro-examination. 3. Moulding of specimen for micro-examination. 4. Study of micro structures of Annealed and normalized plain carbon steels. 5. Study of micro structures of alloy steels and H.S.S. 6. Study of micro structures of various cast irons. 7. Study of micro structures of non ferrous metals.(brasses, bronzes) 8. Study of micro structures of hardened and tempered steels. 9. Study of Iron carbon Equilibrium diagram & Allotropic forms of iron. 10. Study different Heat Treatment Process for steel. 11. Study of different surface Hardening processes for steels. 12. Study of effect of alloying elements on the properties of steels. 13. Measurement of hardenability by Jominy end quench test apparatus. 14. Study of hardness tester and conversion of Hardness number 15. Industrial visit to study heat treatment plant. 16. Measurement of particle size, grain size, nodularity, coating thickness etc. by using some software like Metzer Microcam 4.0 Practical Examination: Practical examination shall consist of viva voce/performance based on the above syllabus and practical work. 4ME08 ENERGY CONVERSION–I-LAB. Practical Term Work:At least six practicals (Study/trials) based on above syllabus, as given below shall be included in the report by the students.

35 1. Study of a water tube boiler (Babcock Wilcox boiler) 2. Study of a locomotive boiler. 3. Study of a high pressure boiler. 4. Study of boiler accessories. 5. Trial on a boiler and heat balance sheet. 6. Study of boiler mountings. 7. Study and trial on a steam turbine. 8. Study of condensers. 9. Study of condensate and air extraction pumps. 10. Study of steam power plant. Practical Examination:Shall consist of based on above term work and syllabus. 4ME09 MANUFACTURING PROCESSES–II-LAB. Practicals:1. Demonstration of operations related to lathe, shaper, slotter, drilling & grinding m/cs. 2. One job on lathe covering taper turning and threading. 3. One job on shaping covering plane and inclined surfaces. 4. One job on milling machine. The above jobs should include drilling, grinding, tapping etc. Term work should be submitted in the form of journal. N.B. :The practical examination shall consists of preparation of practical jobs and assessment by external and internal examiner. 4ME10 MACHINE DESIGN & DRAWING-I-LAB. List of Practical’s Any Six of the following 1) Sectional views & missing views of objects 2) Development of surfaces 3) Intersection of Solids 4) Conventions for various components like bearing, gears, springs, key & key ways, threads, tap holes and materials, Surface roughness etc 5) Design & Drawing of cotter joint 6) Design & drawing of screw jack 7) Design & drawing of flywheel 8) Design & drawing of helical spring Any one practical from the above list should be done using software. *****

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36 SYLLABUS PRESCRIBED FOR FOUR YEAE B.E. DEGREE COURSE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (ELECTRONICS & POWER) / ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING / ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (ELECTRICAL & POWER) / ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER PATTERN (CREDIT GRADE SYSTEM) THIRD & FOURTH SEMESTER SEMESTER : THIRD BRANCH ABBRIVIATIONS :EP : Electrical Engg. (Electronics & Power) EX : Electrical & Electronics Engg. EL : Electrical Engg. (Electrical & Power) EE : Electrical Engg. 3 EP01/3EX01/3EL01/3EE 01 MATHEMATICS-III SECTION-A UNIT-I: Ordinary differential equations:- Completer solution, Operator D,Rules for finding complementary function, the inverse oprator, Rules for finding the particular integral, Method of variations of parameters, Cauchy’s and Legendre’s linear differential equations. Simultaneous linear differential equations with constant co-efficient, Applications to electrical circuits. UNIT-II : Laplace transforms: definition, standard forms, properties of Laplace transform, inverse Laplace transform, initial and final value theorem, Convolution theorem, Laplace transform of impulse function, Unit step function, Laplace transforms of periodic function. UNIT-III : a) Application of L.T. to linear differential equations with constant coefficients & Simultaneous linear differential equations. b) Fourier transforms- Definition, standard forms, inverse Fourier transform, Properties of Fourier transforms, Convolution theorem, Fourier sine and Fourier cosine transforms and integrals.

37 SECTION-B UNIT-IV : a) Difference equation:- solution of difference equations of first order, Solution of difference equations of higher order with constant co-efficients. b) Z-transform: Definition, standard forms, Z-transform of impulse function, Unit step functions, Properties of Ztransforms (Linearity, shifting, multiplication by k, change of scale), initial and final values, inverse Z-transforms (by direct division and partial fraction), Solution of difference equation by Z-transforms. UNIT-V : Vector calculus: Scalar and vector point functions, Differentiation of vectors, Curves in space,Gradient of a scalar point function, and their physical meaning, expansion formulae (without proof). UNIT-VI : Line,surface,volume integrals, irrotational and solenoidal vector fields, Stoke’s and Divergence theorem (without proof). BOOKS RECOMMENDED:1) Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 3 edi – Potter, Oxford University Press, 2008 2) Mathematical Techniques – Jordan and Smith 4/e – Oxford University Press, 2008 3) A Mathematical Companion for Science and Engineering Students – Brettenbach, Oxford University Press, 2008 4) Elements of Applied Mathematics by P.N.Wartikar and J.N.Wartikar 5) Advancing Engg. Mathematics by E.K.Kreyzig. 3 EP02/3EX02/3EL02/3EE 02 NETWORK ANALYSIS SECTION-A Unit I : a] Terminal Element Relationships: V-I relationship for Inductance and Capacitance- Constant Flux Linkage Theorem and Constant Charge Theorem- v-i relationship for Independent Voltage and Current Sources - v-i relationship for dependent voltage and current sources- Source Functions: unit impulse, unit step, unit ramp and inter relationship, sinusoidal input ,generalized exponential input. b] Basic Nodal and mesh Analysis: Introduction, Nodal analysis, the super node, mesh analysis, the super mesh, nodal vs mesh analysis Unit II : Network Theorems : Linearity and superposition, source transformations, Thevinin’s theorem , Norton’s theorem, Maximum power transfer theorem, Delta-wye transformations Reciprocity theorem, Milliman’s theorem, Substitution

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38 theorem, Compensation theorem, Tellegen’s theorems Time Domain Analysis of Circuits: Linear Differential Equations for Series RC, Parallel RC, Series RL, Parallel RL, Series RLC, Parallel RLC and Coupled Circuits-Complete Solution for step/impulse/sinusoid voltage/current inputsNatural Response-Transient Response-Time Constant-Rise and Fall times-Concept of d.c steady state and sinusoidal steady state-Frequency Response of simple circuits from steady state solution-Solution of two mesh circuits by differential equation method-Determination of initial conditions. SECTION-B Review of Laplace Transforms: Laplace Transform-Transform Pairs-Gate Functions-Shifting Theorem-Solution of Differential Equations by Laplace Transforms-Initial and Final Value Theorems-Laplace Transforms of periodic signalsInversion of transforms by partial fractions-Convolution Theorem and Convolution Integral. (Review to be done by students. No class hour will be spent for this review.) Transformation of a Circuit into s-domain: Transformed equivalent of inductance, capacitance and mutual inductance -Impedance and admittance in the transform domain - Node Analysis and Mesh Analysis of the transformed circuit Nodal Admittance Matrix and Mesh Impedance Matrix in the s-domain - Solution of transformed circuits including mutually coupled circuits-Input and transfer immittance functions Transfer functions - Impulse response and Transfer function - Poles and Zeros - Pole Zero plots, Sinusoidal Steady State analysis: Introduction, characteristics of sinusoids, forced response to sinusoidal functions, the complex forcing function, The phasor, phasor relationships for R L C, impedance and admittance , sinusoidal steady state analysis with phasors. Fourier Series: Fourier Series representation of nonsinusoidal periodic waveforms - Fourier CoefficientsDetermination of Coefficients-Waveform SymmetryExponential Fourier Series-Discrete Amplitude and Phase Spectra-Steady State Solution of Circuits with non-sinusoidal periodic inputs by Fourier Series Two Port Networks: two port networks-characterizations in terms of impedance, admittance, hybrid and transmission parameters-inter relationships among parameter setsReciprocity Theorem-Interconnection of Two port networks: Series, Parallel and Cascade - Network Functions-Pole Zero

39 plots and steady state response from pole-zero plots. Books Recommended :1) Engineering Circuit Analysis 6/e By Hayt & Kemmerly TataMcgraw Hill 2004 2) Network Analysis, By M.E. Van Valkenberg PHI 2005 3) Electrical Linear Circuits – David Bell Oxford University Press 2008 4) Linear Circuit Analysis 2/e – DeCarlo and Lin Oxford University Press 2009 5) Network Analysis, P.Ramesh babu, SCITECH Publications,Chennai 2009 6) Circuit and Network Analysis By Sudhakar Shyammohan Tata Mc Graw Hill 2005 7) Circuits & Networks – Analysis, Design & Synthesis by M.S.Sukhija, T.K.Nagasarkar, Oxford University Press, 2010 3 EP03/3EX03/3EL03/3EE 03 ENERGY RESOURCES AND GENERATION SECTION A Unit I : Thermal and Hydro Power plant: Selection of site, working of various parts: Economizer, air preheater, condenser, cooling tower, coal handling system, ash handling system, Classification of hydro power plant according to available head, nature of load, functions of different components and their working. Unit II : Nuclear and Diesel Power plant: Methods of producing nuclear reactions, functions of different components of nuclear plant, functions of different components of diesel plant Unit III : Solar Energy and its measurement: Solar constants, solar radiation at earth’s surface, solar radiation geometry, solar radiation measurement, estimation of average solar radiation, solar radiation on tilted surface, principle of solar energy conversion in to heat, flat plate collectors, energy balance equation and collector efficiency SECTION B Unit IV : a] Fuel cells: Chemistry applied to fuel cells, principle and operation ,classification and types of fuel cells, performance characteristics of fuel cells, classification of fuel cells system b] Wind Energy: Basic principle of wind energy conversion, wind data and energy estimation, selection of site, basic components of wind energy conversion system (WECS), classification of WEC systems, generating system, energy

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40 storage, application of wind energy. Ocean and tidal energy: Ocean energy resources, ocean energy routes, ocean thermal energy conversion, progressive wave, wave data collection, Basic principle of tidal power, components of tidal power plants, operation methods of utilization of tidal energy, estimation of power and energy in simple single basin tidal system Other non- conventional energy resources: Operating principle of energy from biomass, energy from biogas, geothermal energy, MHD power generation, energy from urban and rural waste, mini and micro hydroelectric power generation, principle and operation of fuel cells, classification and types of fuel cells, performance characteristics of fuel cells.

Books Recommended :1) Energy Science, Principles Technologies & Impacts, John Andrews & Nick Jelley, Oxford University Press, 2009 2) Renewable Energy – Power for Sustainable Future, Godfrey Boyle, Oxford University Press, 2004 3) Conventional Energy Technology By S.B.Pandya, Tata McGrawHill, 2005 4) Non Conventional Energy Resources By G.D.Rai, Khanna Publishers, 2001 5) Energy and Atmosphere By I.M.Campbell, Wiley, New York, 2006 6) Solar Energy By S.P.Sukhatme, Tata Mc-GrawHill, 2006 7) Conventional Energy Resourses By B.H.Khan, Tata McGrawHill, 2003. 3 EP04/3EX04/3EL04/3EE 04 ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS SECTION-A UNIT-I : P-N Junction diode theory, Rectifiers - Half wave, full wave and bridge rectifier. Filters-C, LC and their analysis, Zener diode and its applications. UNIT-II : Theory and Analysis of Bipolar Junction transistor, ‘H’ Parameter, methods of biasing, their needs, ‘Q’ and stability factors, compensation techniques. UNIT-III Study of typical transistor amplifier circuits i) Emitter follower, ii) Darlington emitter follower. iii) Bootstrap emitter follower, iv) RC coupled amplifier,

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41 Transformer coupled amplifier, Cascaded amplifier, Direct coupled amplifier, Cascade stage. SECTION-B Class ‘A’ ‘B’ ‘AB’ and ‘C’ amplifiers, configuration of audio amplifiers, Calculations of power gain, efficiency, dissipation and distortion, oscillators, their criteria, Hartley, Collpit and R-C oscillators, Crystal oscillator. Theory, construction and applications of Schottky diode,Tunnel diode, Varactor diode, Selenium diode, LED, Photo diode, PIN diode, photo-transistor. FETs (JFET & MOSFET) : Types, Characteristics and parameters (u, gm & Rds),Applications of FET amplifiers, UJT: Characteristics, working, UJT as relaxation oscillator.

BOOKS RECOMMENDED: 1) Millman’s Electronic Devices & Circuits by J.Millman, C.Halkias, Satyabrata Jit TMH 3rd ed, 2nd reprint 2011 2) Electronic Devices and Circuits 5/e – David Bell Oxford University Press 3) Microelectronic Circuits 5/3 – Sedra nad Smith Oxford University Press 4) Boylestad R. and “Electronics Devices & Circuits”, Prentice Hall of India Private Limited, New Delhi (Fifth Edition), 1993. 3 EP05/3EX05/3EL05/3EE 05 ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTAND INSTRUMENTATION SECTION A Unit I : Measuring Instruments: Classification, deflecting, controlling, damping, breaking torques. Basic principles of operation of Ammeter & Voltmeter: PMMC, MI, Electro dynamic, Electrostatic: construction, Principle of operation, torque equation, Scale shape, errors, merits & demerits of each type. Unit II : Watt meters & Energy meters: Electro dynamic & Induction type: construction, theory of operation, torque equation, errors & demerits, Electronic energy meter. Analysis of three phase balanced load, Blondel’s Theorem, Measurement of active & reactive power & energy in single phase & three phase circuits. Unit III : a] Instrument Transformer: Need of extension of range: extension using shunt & multipliers Instrument transformers:

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42 CT & PT, Theory & construction, Phasor diagram, Ratio & Phase angle error, causes of error, applications Hall effect sensors for voltage and current measurement. Special Measuring Instruments :- Maximum demand indicator, Trivector meter, Frequency meter, P.F. meter, Phase sequence indicator, Synchroscope, stroboscope, potentiometers. SECTION B Measurement of circuit parameters: Different methods of measurement of low, medium & high value of resistance, sensitivity & accuracy of different methods. AC & DC bridges : Wheatstone, Kelvin, Maxwell, Wein, Hay, Desauty, Anderson, Schearing Generalized instrumentation system , characteristics of measurement & instrumentation system Transducers : Definition, classification, specification, selection & loading effect, Displacement, Velocity, force, & Torque transducers, Resistive, Inductive, capacitive, Strain gauge, Piezoelectric, current & voltage transducers. Transducers for pressure & temperature: Manometer, Elastic members (Bellows, Bourdon tube, Diaphragm), RTD, Thermocouple, Thermister, Infrared & Crystal Cathode ray oscilloscope: Time, frequency & phase angle measurement using CRO. Spectrum & Wave analyzer.

Books Recommended 1) Electronic Measurement & Instrumentation by Oliver – cage, TMH 4th reprint 2010 2) Electronic Instrumentation by H.S Kalsi, TMH 3rd edition, 2nd reprint 2011 3) Instrumentation for scientists and Engineers – Turner Oxford University Press 2008 4) Electronic Instrumentation & Measurement , David Bell Oxford University Press 2nd Ed 5) A course in Electrical, Electronics measurement and Instrumentation, By A.K.Sawhney Dhanpat Rai & sons 2006 6) Electrical measurement and measuring Instruments By Golding Wheeler Publishing 2003 7) Electronic measurement and measuring Instruments By Coo. 3 EP06/3EX06/3EL06/3EE 06 NETWORK ANALYSIS LAB Any TEN experiments based on contents of 3 EP02/3EX02/ 3EL02/3EE 02 NETWORK ANALYSIS

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***** SEMESTER : FOURTH 4EP01/4EX01/4EL01/4EE 01 ELECTRICAL MACHINES-I SECTION A Unit I : D.C. Machines Construction, principle of operation, Emf equation, torque equation. Armature winding – Lap, wave, single layer, double layer. Armature reaction and commutation, method of improving commutation. Unit II : D.C. Generators. Types, characteristics and applications of d.c. shunt, series and compound generators. Parallel operation of d.c. shunt, series and compound generators. Introduction for conducting and reporting the test on d.c. machines as per Indian standard. Unit III: D.C. Motors Characteristics, applications of d.c. shunt, series and compound motors, starting and speed control, losses, efficiency and testing. SECTION-B Unit IV: Single phase Transformer. Heat run test, separation of core losses in to its component, parallel operation, equivalent circuit. Autotransformer construction, working, merits, demerits and application. Introduction for conducting and reporting the test on transformer as per Indian standard. Unit V: Three phase Transformer: Construction, working, types, connections, applications, testing, parallel operation, open delta, power transformer, distribution transformer construction. Unit VI: Three phase to single phase, two phase, six phase, twelve phase conversion. Three-winding transformer and tap

44 changing transformer. Wave forms of no-load current and inrush current phenomenon. Books Recommended Electrical Machines by D.P.Kothari, I.J.nagrath TMH 4th edition, 2nd reprint 2011 ELECTRIC MACHINERY and Transformer, 3E – Bhag S Guru Oxford University Press Advance Electrical Technology By H.Cooton. 1999 Substation Equipment By Satnam and Gupta 2003 . 4EP02/4EX02/4EL02/4EE 02 Unit I :

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ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY SECTION A Review of Vector Analysis :cartesian, cylindrical and spherical co-ordinate systems, vector algebra and vector calculas. Line integral and multiple integrals. Gauss theorem. Electrostatics : Coulomb’s law, electric field, Gauss flux theorem in integral and differential form. Electrostatics potential, Poison and Laplace equations. Electrostatics fields in dielectrics : electric dipole, polarization. P and D vectors, boundary conditions. Capacitance and electrical energy. SECTION-B Magnetic fields : Biot-Stewart law, Ampere’s law in integral and differential form. Contunuity equation, time of relaxation. Vector and Scaler magnetic potential, electric current, J vector. Magnetic fields in materials : magnetic dipole equivalent volume and plane section curve. H vector, magnetization vector M, boundary conditions between magnetic materials, inductance, Electromagnetic Energy. Maxwell equations and wave equations : Displacement current, time varying fields and Maxwell’s equations, plane uniform magnetic waves. Depth of penetration poynting vector.

Books Recommended 1) Engineering Electromagnetics by W.H.Hayt, J.A.Buck, TMH 7th edition 2010 2) Foundation of Electromagnetic Theory, John Reitz, F.J.Milford, R.W.Christy, Pearson education, 4th edition 2010 3) Elements of Engineering Electromagnetics, Nannapaneni Narayana Rao, Pearson education, 2006 4) Principles of Electromagnetics 4/e Mathew Sadiku Oxford University Press

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4EP03/4EL03/4EE 03 ANALOG AND DIGITAL CIRCUITS SECTION-A Unit I : Introduction to IC’s : Characteristics of IC components, Operation amplifier; Block schematic internal circuits, Level shifting, overload protection, study of IC 741 op-amo, Measurement of op-amp parameter. Unit II : Linear and Non-linear Application of Op-amp:- Inverting and noninverting amplifiers, voltage follower, integrator, differentiator differential amplifier, Sinusoidal RC-phaseshift and Wein bridge oscillators, clipping, clamping and comparator circuits using op-amps. Astable, bistable and monostable multi vibrator using op-amps. Unit III : Other linear IC’s : Block schematic of regulator IC 723, and its applications, study of 78 **, 79 ** and its applications, SMPS, Block schematic of timer IC 555 and its applications as a timer, astable, mono stable, bistable multivibrator and other applications, Operation of phase lock loop system and IC 565 PLL, its application. SECTION-B Unit IV : Basic Logic Circuits : Logic gate characteristics, NMOS invertor, propagation delay, NMOS logic gate, CMOS invertor, CMOS logic gates, BJT invertor, TTL, NAND gate, TTL output, state TTL logic families, ECL circuits, composition logic families. Unit V : Combinational Digital Circuits: Standard gate assemblies, Binary adder, Arithmetic functions, Digital comparator, Parity check generator, Decoder / demultiplexer, Data selector / multiplexer, Encoder, ROM, Two dimensional addressing of ROM,ROM applications, PROM,EPROM,PAL AND PLAS. Unit VI : Sequential Circuits and Systems: Bistable Latch, Flip-Flop clocked SR,J-K, T, D type shift Registers, counter. Design using filp-flops, Ripple and synchronous types, application of counters, Dynamic MOS shift registers, RAM, Bipolar RAM Cells. BOOKS:1. Millman, Microelectronics, 2nd Ed., McGraw Hill. 2. Gayakwad, Op-Amp & LLG, 2nd Ed. 3. Malvino & Leach, Digital Principles & Applications, 4th Ed., McGraw Hill.

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MATHEMATICS-IV SECTION-A Complex variables : analytic functions, Cauchy-Riemann conditions. Harmonic function, Harmonic conjugate functions, Milne’s method. Confirmed mapping : mapping by elementary functions of the type W=z+c, W=cz, W=1/z, W=z2, W=e2, W=z+1/z and bilinear transformation. (10 Hrs.) Complex Integral : singular points, Taylor’s series, Laurent’s series, Cauchy’s integral theorem and Cauchy’s integral formula. Residue : Cauchy’s residue theorem. Contour integrals. Integration forms : f(x) dx, f (sinx, cos x) dx (10 Hrs.) Patial differential equations : first order and first degree p.d. equation type. (i) f (p, q) = 0, (ii) f (p, q, z) = 0, (iii) f (p, q, x, y) = 0 (iv) f (p, q, x, y, z) = 0 etc. Lagrange’s form Pp + Qq = R. Clarinet’s form Z = px + qv + f (p, q). Equation reducible to standard form. Homogeneous P.D.E. of nth order. (10 Hrs.) SECTION-B Special functions : solution of Legendre’s and Bessel’s equations by Frobensious method, Bessel’s function Ist kind generating function, recurrence relating values of J 1/2 (x) , J -1/ , J 3/2 (x) etc.Legendre’s function of Ist kind : generating 2(x) function, Rodrigues function, recurrence relation, Legendre’s polynomials and orthogonal properties. (10 Hrs.) Statistics & Probability : Axioms, conditional probability, Bay’e theorem, mathematical expectations, probability distributions : Binomial, Possion and Normal. (10 Hrs.) Curve fittings by method of Least Squares. Correlation and regression. Matrix differential equation : solution and integrated solution, Sylvester’s theorem, solution of differential equations by matrix method and Peano Baker method. (10 Hrs.)

BOOKS RECOMMENDED : 1) Pipes : Mathematics for Engineers and Physicist. 2) P.N. Wartikar and J.N.Wartikar : A Text Book of Applied Mathematics. 3) B.S.Grewal : Advance Engineering Mathematics.

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4EP05/4EX05/4EL05/4EE 05 NUMERICALMETHODSAND COMPUTER PROGRAMMING SECTION A Unit I : Solution of Algebraic & Transcendental equations : Floating point number representation, errors, accuracy, stability of algorithms. Bracketing methods : bisection method and False Position method. Open methods : Newton-Raphson method, Secant method and Successive Approximation method. Comparison of different iterative methods. Implementation of these methods in C. Unit II : Solution of Simultaneous Algebraic equations : Iterative methods : Jacobi’s method and Gauss-Seidel method. Direct methods : Gaussian elimination method & Matrix Inverse method. Finding Eigen values of a matirx, determination of largest Eigen value. Implementation of these methods in C. Unit III : Interpolation : Evenly spaced points : formation of forward & backward difference table, Newton’s forward & backward difference interpolation formulae. Unevenly spaced points : divided difference table and Newton’s divided difference interpolation formula, Lagrange’s method. Interpolation with Cubic splines. Implementation of these methods in C. SECTION-B Unit IV : Numerical Differentiation and Integration : Numerical differentiation : Taylor’s series method, Richardson extrapolation method, numerical differentiation using interpolation polynomial (first & second derivative near the begining & end of the table). Numerical Integration : Trapezoidal Rule, Simpson’s Rules, Romberg method, Gaussian quadrature method. Implementation of these methods in C. Unit V : Solution of ordinary differential equations : Initial value problem : Taylor’s series method, Runge-Kutta methods second & fourth order, Euler’s method, Euler’s modified method. Solution of simultaneous & higher order differential equations using Runge-Kutta fourth order method. Stiff differential equations and their solutions. Boundary value problem : Finite difference method and Cubic spline method. Implementation of these methods in C.

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48 Principles of Object Oriented Programming : OOP paradigm, basic concepts of OOP, benefits of OOP, basic data types, users defined data types, derived data types, operators and control statements.

Books Recommended 1) Numerical Methods with Programms in C by T.Veerarajan, T.Ramachandran TMH 2nd edition, 6th reprint 2011 2) Numerical Methods - Principles, Analysis & Algorithms Pal, Oxford University Press , 2008 3) Numerical Methods for Engineers and Scientists – Guha Oxfor University Press 2008 4) Computer Fundamentals and Programming in C – Dey and Ghosh Oxford University Press 2008 5) Chapra S.S. & Canale R.P. : Numerical Methods for Engineers, 4th edition, McGraw Hill. 6) Balguruswami E. : Object Oriented Programming with C++, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi. 7) Nakamura S. : Applied Numerical Methods in C, Prentice Hall. 8) Faires & Burden : Numerical Methods, 7th edition, Thomson Learning. 4EP06/4EX06/4EL06/4EE 06 ELECTRICAL MACHINES I LAB Any TEN experiments based on contents of 4EP01/4EX01/ 4EL01/4EE 01 ELECTRICAL MACHINES-I 4EP07/4EL07/4EE 07 ANALOG AND DIGITAL CIRCUITS LAB Any TEN experiments based on contents of 4EP03/4EL03/ 4EE 03 ANALOG AND DIGITAL CIRCUITS 4EP08/4EX08/4EL08/4EE 08 NUMERICAL METHODS AND COMPUTER PROGRAMMING Any TEN experiments based on contents of 4EP05/4EX05/ 4EL05/4EE 05 NUMERICAL METHODS AND COMPUTER PROGRAMMING *****

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49 SYLLABUS PRESCRIBED FOR FOUR YEAE B.E. DEGREE COURSE IN ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING SEMESTER PATTERN (CREDIT GRADE SYSTEM) SEMESTER : FOURTH BRANCH ABBRIVIATION :EX : Electrical & Electronics Engg. 4EX03 LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS SECTION A Unit I : Op-amp Fundamentals: Differential amplifiers, ac and dc analysis of differential amplifiers, review of operation amplifier- block diagram representation, basic configurations, ideal op-amp, negative feedback, non – ideal closed loop characteristics. Unit II : Basic op-amp Circuits: voltage follower, sign changer, adder, subtractor etc, I to V and V to I converters, current amplifiers, difference amplifiers, instrumentation amplifiers and their applications, transducer bridge amplifier. Uniy III : Op-amp Parameters: Input bias and offset current, input offset voltage, input offset error compensation, slew rate, common mode rejection ratio etc, frequency response, input and output impedance, operation limits, compensated and uncompensated op-amps, compensation techniques. SECTION B Unit IV : Non-linear Circuit Applications: Voltage comparator and its applications, Schmitt trigger and its application, precision rectifiers, limiters, analog switches, peak detectors, sample and hold circuits, integrator and differentiator, log/antilog amplifiers, practical log/antilog circuits, analog multipliers, opamp as phase detector, op-amp electronic thermometers. Unit V : Active Filters: Classification, transfer function, butter worth filters. low pass, high pass, band pass, band stop, notch and all pass. Unit VI : a] Timer: IC 555, functional diagram, monostable and astable multivibrator. b] Voltage regulators: Series op-amp regulators, IC voltage regulators, switching regulators etc, IC 723. Text Books 1) Op-amps and Linear Integrated Circuits Technology, R.A.Gaikwad,

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50 PHI publication, 1999 Design of Operational Amplifier and Analog Integrated Circuits, S.Franco TMH Publication, 2002

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SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS SECTION A Introduction to Signals and Systems: Signals and Systems, Classification of Signals Classification of Systems, Systems Modeling Some Ideal Signals, Energy and Power Signals Frequency Response, Discrimination of Continuous-Time Signals Topological Models, Analysis of Continuous-Time Systems Time Domain and Frequency Domain, Properties of Elementary Signals Linear Convolution Integral, Response of Continuous-Time Systems. Fourier series and Its Properties Fourier Transform Properties of Fourier Transform, Tables of Fourier Transform Pairs Fourier Transform of Periodic Signals, Ideal Low-Pass Filter Frequency-Domain Analysis of Systems Fourier analysis of Sampled Signals Analysis of LTI Discrete-Time Systems: Time Domain and Frequency Domain, Properties of Discrete-Time Sequences Linear Convolution, Discrete-Time System Response. SECTION B Sampling: Representation of a continuous–Time Signal by its Samples; The Sampling Theorem; Reconstruction of Signals form its Samples using Interpolation; Effect of Under Sampling (Frequency Domain Aliasing); Discrete Time processing of Continuous–Time Signals The Z Transform: The Z Transform; The Region of Convergence for the Z- Transform; Geometric Evaluation of the Fourier Transform from the Pole-Zero Plot; Properties of Z-Transform; Analysis and Characterization of Discrete-Time LTI Systems using Z-Transform; System Transfer Function; Block Diagram Representation; The Unilateral Z-Transform; Solution of Difference Equation using the Unilateral ZTransform. Discrete Fourier Transform and Fast Fourier Transform

51 Representation of Discrete-Time aperiodic signals and the Discrete-Time Fourier Transform; Fourier Transform for Periodic Signals; Properties of the Discrete-Time Fourier Transform; Discrete-Time LTI Systems and Discrete-Time Fourier Transform. Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) Books Recommended 1) Principles of Linear Systems and Signals, 2e (international version) – Lathi B. P. Oxford University Press 2) Signals & Syatems, Smarajit Ghosh, PEARSON education, 2006 3) Signals & Syatems,D Ganesh rao, satish Tunga, PEARSON education 2010 4) Principles of Signal Processing & Linear Systems (international version) Lathi B P. Oxford University Press 5) Signals And Systems , S.Haykin, 2nd Edition, John Wiley And Sons 1999 6) Analog And Digital Signal Processing , Ambardar A, 2/3; Thomson Learning-2005 7) Signals and systems, Oppenheim and Schafer Prentice Hall India Of India 2nd Edition 1997 4EX07

LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS LAB. Any TEN experiments based on contents of 4EX03 LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS *****

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52 SYLLABUS PRESCRIBED FOR FOUR YEAR DEGREE COURSE IN BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING ELECTRONICS & TELECOMMUNICATION / ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING SEMESTER PATTERN (CREDIT GRADE SYSTEM) SEMESTER: THIRD 3 XT 01 / 3 XN 01

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Ordinary differential equations:- Complete solution, Operator D,Rules for finding complementary function, the inverse operator, Rules for finding the particular integral, Method of variations of parameters, Cauchy’s an Legendre’s linear differential equations (10 Hrs.) Laplace transforms: definition, standard forms, properties of Laplace transform, inverse Laplace transform,initial and final value theorem, convolution theorem, Laplace transform of impulse function, Unit step function, Laplace transforms of periodic function, solution of Linear differential equations, Simultaneous differential equation by Laplace transform method. (10 Hrs.) a) Difference equation:- solution of difference equations of first order, Solution of difference equations of higher order with constant co-efficients, b) Z-transform:- Definition, standard forms, Z-transform of impulse function, Unit step functions, Properties of Ztransforms (linearity,shifting,multiplication by k,change of scale), initial and final values, inverse Z-transforms (by direct division and partial fraction), Solution of difference equation by Z-transforms. (10 Hrs.) SECTION-B a) Fourier transforms- Definition, standard forms,inverse Fourier trnasforms, properties of Fourier transforms, convolution theorem, Fourier sine and Fourier cosine transforms and integrals. b) Prtial differential equation of first order of following form(i) f(p,q)=0; (ii)f(p,q,z)=0; (iii) f(x,p)=g (y,q); (iv)Pp+Qq=R (Lagranges Form); (v) Z=px+qy+f(p,q) (Clairaut form Statistics:

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53 Binomial, Poisson and Normal Distribution. (10 Hrs.) Comples Analysis :- Functions of complex variables, Analytic function, Cauchy-Reimann conditions, Harmonic function, Harmonic conjugate functions, Milne’s method, conformal mappings translation, rotation,magnification,inversion and bilinear transformation),singular points, expansion of function in Tayler’s and Laurent’s series. Cauchy’s integral theorem and formula, Residue theorem. (10 Hrs.) Vector calculas:- Scalar and vector point functions, Differentiation of vectors, Curves in space, Gradient of a scalar point function, Directional derivatives, Divergence and curl of a vector point function and their physical meaning, expansion formulae (with out proof), line, surface, volume integrals,irrotational and solenoidal vetor fields, Stoke’s and Divergence theorem (without proof). (10 Hrs.)

BOOKS RECOMMENDED:1) Elements of Applied Mathematics by P.N.Wartikar and J.N.Wartikar 2) A text book of Differential Calculas by Gorakh Prasad. 3) Engg. Mathematics by Chandrika Prasad. 4) Advancing Engg. Mathematics by E.K.Kreyzig. 5) A text book of Applied Mathematics by P.N.Wartikar and J.N.Wartikar. 6) Higher Engg. Mathematics by B.S.Grewal. 7) Control System by Gopal and Nagrath. 8) Integral Transforms by Goyal & Gupta. 3XT02 /3XN02 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING AND APPLICATIONS SECTION-A Unit I : Principles of object oriented Programming: OOP’S paradigm, basic concept of OOP’S Benefits of OOP’S, structure of C++ Programming, Basic data types, user defined data type, derived data type operator and control statement. Unit II : Functions classes and object in C++: Functions, Function over loading, Friend Functions, types of classes and its use, concept of object and its implementation, constructor and destructors. Unit III: Operator’s overloading: Operator and their definition,overloading unary and binary opeator, Rules for overloading operators, overloading binary operators using friends and string manupalation. SECTION-B Unit IV : Inheritance and Polymorphism: Defining derived classes, single and multiple inheritance,

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54 multilevel inheritance, member classes pointer to objects, pointer to derived classes, virtual function. Solution of Nonlinear and Polynomial Equations: False position, modified false position, secant, Newton Raphson Method. Solution of Linear Systems of Equations: Gauss elimination method, L.U. factorization method, Gauss seidel iterative method. Solution of differential equation: Euler’s method, Runge Kutta method, Predictor Corrector method. Numerical Integration: Trapezoidal rule, Sympson’s 1/3 and 3/8 th rules. Finite differences: Newton forward and backward interpolation formula.

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Textbooks: 1) Object Oriented Programming with C++ -E. Balaguruswamy, Tata Graw Hill publishing Co.Ltd., New Delhi,1995. 2) Introduction to method of Numerical Analysis- S. S. Shastry, Second Edition, PHI Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. Reference Books: 1) Object Oriented Programming in Turbo C++ Rober Lofore Galgotia Publications Pvt.Ltd., New Delhi,1995 2) The C++ Programming Language (Third Edition) Bjarne Stroustrup Pub.Co.,New York,1995 (AddisonWesley) 3) C++ Primer - Lipman Stanley B., (Second Edition) New York, Addison Wesely Pub. Company,1995 4) Computer Oriented Numerical Methods:-V. Rajaraman, Second Edition, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. 5) Numerical Method for Mathematics Science and Engineering, John H. Mathew, PHI publication. 3XT03 /3XN03 Unit I:

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ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS SECTION-A Review of Vector Analysis: Cartesian, cylindrical and spherical co-ordinate systems, vector products, Projection of Vectors, Gradient, Divergence & Curl, Stokes & divergence theorem. (08) Electrostatics: Coulomb’s law, Electric field intensity, Evaluation of electric field intensity due to line charge, surface charge & volume charge distribution, Electric flux density, Gauss Law,

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55 Electrostatics potential, Potential gradient, Electric dipole & Polarization . (08) Magneto statics: Amper’s law of forces, Biot-Savart’s law, Ampere’s law in integral and differential form., Magnetic field intensity evaluation due to infinite, finite and circular current carrying conductors, Magnetic flux & flux density, Magnetic dipole moment, Magnetization. (08) SECTION-B Boundary conditions & Maxwell’s equations: Boundary condition of dielectric-dielctric interface, dielectricconductor interface, boundary conditions for magnetic materials interface, Current continuity equation, Maxwell’s equation for steady & time varying fields. (08) Electromagnetic wave propagation: Electromagnetic wave equation for free space, lossy dielectrics, perfect conductors, propagation constant, attenuation constant, phase shift constant, Skin depth, Concept of power flow, Poynting Theorem, , Reflection of a plain wave in a normal incidence at dielectric-dielectric interface, dielectric-conductor interface. (10) Radiation: Magnetic scalar and vector potential, retarded potential, Electric & Magnetic fields Power radiated & radiation resistance, due to oscillating dipole, quarter wave monopole & half wave dipole. (08)

Text Books: 1) Hayt W.H.: “Engineering Electromagnetic” Tata Mc Grawhill 2) Jordan E.C. and Balamin K.C.: “Electromagnetic Waves and Radiating System “ Prentice Hall of India Private Limited (Second Edition) Reference Books: 1) Mathew N.O.Sadiku “Principles of Electromagnetics” (Fourth Edition), Oxford University Press 2) Kranss J.D.: “Electromagnetic” Mc Grawhill Books co. (Third Edition) 3) Ramo S. and Whinnery R.: “ Fields and Waves in Communication Electronics” John Wiley and sons, New Delhi. 3XT04/3XN04 Unit-I :

ELECTRIC DRIVES & MEASUREMENTS SECTION- ‘A’ Measurement of resistance: Kelvin Double Bridge, Loss of charge method and megger. Measurement of Inductance and Capacitance: Maxwell’s bridge, Hay’s bridge, Anderson’s bridge, Schering bridge,D Sautys Bridge and Carey Foster

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56 bridge. Measurement of Q factor and tan ¢. Measurement of active and reactive power in 3-phase balanced and unbalanced load. Electrodynamometer type power factor meter, frequency meter. Watt meter, Digital Energy Meter D.C.Motors: Electrical and mechanical characteristics of motor,Speed control methods for constant torque and constant horse power. Application of D.C.motors. Brakingresistance, plugging and regenerative braking SECTION- ‘B’ Inducation Motors: Characteristics, Speed control methods: Armature voltage, V/f control, rotor control, slip power recovery scheme and applications, plugging, Resistance braking, Regenarative Braking. Eddy current coupling and its application. Transformers: 3 phase ?transformers, rectifier transformers, pulse transformers. Open delta connection, Scott connection, Ferrite core transformer. Construction, principle of operation, characteristics and applications of : Tachogenerator, (DC & AC), Stepper motor, A.C.Servo motor 1 Phase ?induction motors and Universal motor.

TEXT BOOKS: i) M.V.Deshpande:- Elements of Electrical Machines. ii) A.K.Sawhney:- Electrical and Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation.

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57 Basics of Electronic Component layout, PCB material, Properties and specifications, Basic manufacturing process of PCB , Soldering and De-soldering Techniques. SECTION B P-N Junction diode theory- V-I Characteristics, Temperature dependency, Diode Resistance, Zener diode : characteristics, Avalanche & Zener breakdown, Testing of diode using Ohmmeter and CRO Theory, Construction, Characteristics and application of Tunnel, Varactor, Shottkey diode Opto-Devices: LED, Photo Diode, LCD Theory of PNP and NPN Transistor, Transistor Configurations, Their Characteristics and current Components. Transistor as an amplifier, Testing of Transistor using Ohmmeter and CRO

Text Books: 1. Maduri Joshi, “ Electronic Component and Material” 3rd Edition, Shroff Publication 2. Millman H Halkies, “ Integrated Electronics” TMH Co. New Delhi References: 1. Bosshart, “ Printed Circuit Board” TMH 2. David Bell’ “ Electronic Devices and Circuits” Oxford University Press, 2010 3. Boylestad R, “Electronic Devices and Circuits” Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi.

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REFERENCE BOOKS: i) E.W.Golding:- Electrical measurement and measuring Instrument, ELBS Pub. ii) First Course on Electrical Drives-S.K.Pillai iii) B.L.Theraja VOL II :- Electrical Engineering.

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ELECTRONICS DEVICESAND COMPONENTS SECTION A Construction, selection and failures of · Resistors: Fixed type, Variable Type , Network and Chip type · Capacitors: fixed and variable Type · Switches & Relays: Types, Construction and Testing · Fuses, Cables and Connectors: Types, Construction, Specification and Application · Introduction to Heat sink, Choke and Transformer

COMPUTER PROGRAMMINGAND APPLICATIONS-LAB. Minimum Eight experiments based on the 3XT2/3XN2 out of which at least four experiments should based on the last two Units.

3XT08/3XN08 ELECTRONICS DEVICES AND COMPONENTS-LAB. Minimum eight Practicals Should be conducted based on the 3XT5/3XN5. (atleast one on PCB)

58 SEMESTER : FOURTH 4XT01/4XN01 COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING-I SECTION-A Unit I Signal and Noise : Signals: Analog & digital, Deterministic & Non-deterministic, Periodic & non periodic, Frequency response, bandwidth, bandwidth requirement for different types of signals such as telephone speech, music and video. External and Internal noise, signal to noise ratio, noise figure, noise factor measurement, equivalent noise Temperature, Friiss formula. (6) Unit II Signal Analysis : Fourier Series, Exponential Fourier Series, Fourier Transform, Properties of Fourier Transform, Dirac Delta Function, Fourier Transform of Periodic functions, Fundamental of Power Spectral Density & Energy Spectral Density, Correlation: Auto-correlation, Cross-correlation. (9) Unit III Probability and Random Signal Theory : Probability, Random variable, PDF Random processes, stationarity, Mean, Correlation and Covariance Functions, Ergodicity, Gaussian Process, White Gaussian Noise. (8) SECTION-B Unit IV Wave Propagation : Electromagnetic waves, Ground waves, Sky waves, ground waves, space waves, Ionosphere, critical frequency, maximum usable frequency, virtual height, skip distance, LOS communication, fading, single hop and multi hop propagation, duct propagation. (7) Unit V RF Transmission Lines : Parallel and coaxial transmission line, equivalent circuit of transmission line, standing wave, characteristic(shunt) impedance, quarter wave and half wave length transform, Smith chart, Single stub (shunt) matching using smith chart, balun. (8) Unit VI Antenna Basics & Types of Antenna : Principle of radiation, antenna power gain, beam width, polarization, bandwidth and radiation resistance, Isotropic radiator, Resonant antenna: Half wave, Folded dipole antenna, Non resonant antenna, antenna arrays, parasitic reflector, parasitic director, design of yagi-uda antenna (up to 5 elements) Long, wire, helical, rhombic, discone, log periodic, loop antenna, low, medium and high frequency antenna. (10) Text books:(1) Kennedy G. : “Electronic Communication System” Tata Mc-Graw Hill Co.,New Delhi (Third Edition)

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59 Simon Haykin : Communication System, John Wiley, Eastern Ltd., New York, (Third Edition), 1994.

Reference books (1) Collins Dennis,Collins John “Electronic Communications” (PHI) (2) B. P. Lathi : “ Modern Digital and Analog Communication systems” 3rd Edition, Oxford Uni. Press, New Delhi. (3) Taub and Schilling D.L. : Principles of Communication Systems, McHill Co, Tokeyo, 1994 (II Ed.) (4) Hari Bhat: “Analog communication, 2nd Edition Pearson India, 2010” 4XT02/4XN02 Unit I :

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ELECTRONIC DEVICESAND CIRCUITS-I SECTION-A Rectifiers : Half wave, full wave and bridge rectifiers and their analysis. Filters : Analysis of capacitor filter, Theory of L, LC & CLC (p) filter, Zener diode as a Voltage regulator. DC load line and operating point (Q point); Methods of biasing & stability factor; ac equivalent circuit and hybrid model analysis of CE configuration. Feed back Amplifier and Oscillator : Classification of amplifier: Voltage current, trans-conductance, Trans-resistance amplifier, feedback concept, effect of negative feedback in amplifier, Methodology of feedback in amplifier and analysis. Oscillators : Barkhausen’s criterion for sustained oscillations; study of Harley, Collpit, RC oscillators and crystal oscillator. SECTION-B Study of multistage transistor amplifier circuit i) RC coupled amplifier, ii) Transformer coupled amplifier, iii) Direct coupled amplifier, iv) Emitter follower; Darlington emitter follower, Bootstrapping principle, v) Cascade stage. Power Amplifier : Transformer coupled Class A amplifier, Transformer coupled Class B amplifier & transformer coupled Class AB amplifier, capacitor coupled and direct coupled output stages, modifications to improve power amplifier performance, Class C amplifier and analysis. JEET : Theory, Construction and Characteristics; parameters (m, gm & rds); Biasing of JEET amplifiers, MOSFET : Theory, Construction and Characteristics of enhancement & depletion type MOSFET

60 UJT: Theory, Construction and Characteristics; UJT as relaxation oscillator. Text Books : 1) David Bell : Electronic Devices and Circuits, Oxford University Press, 2010. 2) Milliman H. and Halkies : Integrated Electronics, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi. Reference Books : 1) Mottershead Allen : Electronics Devices & Circuits, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 1986 2) Boylestad R. : Electronics Devices & Circuits, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, V Edi. 1993 3) Ramanan K.V. : Functional Electronics, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1989 4) Milliman S., Taub H and Halkies : Electronics Devices and Circuits, McGraw Hill Int. Co., Auckland, 1982

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NETWORK ANALYSIS SECTION-A Terminal Element Relationships: V-I relationship for Inductance and Capacitance- Constant Flux Linkage Theorem and Constant Charge Theorem- v-i relationship for Independent Voltage and Current Sources - v-i relationship for dependent voltage and current sources- Source Functions: unit impulse, unit step, unit ramp and inter relationship, sinusoidal input ,generalized exponential input. Basic Nodal and mesh Analysis: Introduction, Nodal analysis, the super node, mesh analysis, the super mesh, nodal vs mesh analysis Network Theorems : Linearity and superposition, source transformations, Thevinin’s theorem , Norton’s theorem, Maximum power transfer theorem, Delta-wye transformations Reciprocity theorem, Milliaman’s theorem, Substitution theorem, Compensation theorem, Tellegen’s theorems. Time Domain Analysis of Circuits: Linear Differential Equations for Series RC, Parallel RC, Series RL, Parallel RL, Series RLC, Parallel RLC and Coupled Circuits-Complete Solution for step/impulse/sinusoid voltage/current inputsNatural Response-Transient Response-Time Constant-Rise and Fall times-Concept of d.c steady state and sinusoidal steady state-Frequency Response of simple circuits from steady state solution-Solution of two mesh circuits by

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61 differential equation method-Determination of initial conditions. SECTION-B Review of Laplace Transforms: Laplace Transform-Transform Pairs-Gate Functions-Shifting Theorem-Solution of Differential Equations by Laplace Transforms-Initial and Final Value Theorems-Laplace Transforms of periodic signalsInversion of transforms by partial fractions-Convolution Theorem and Convolution Integral. (Review to be done by students. No class hour will be spent for this review.) Transformation of a Circuit into s-domain: Transformed equivalent of inductance, capacitance and mutual inductance -Impedance and admittance in the transform domain - Node Analysis and Mesh Analysis of the transformed circuit Nodal Admittance Matrix and Mesh Impedance Matrix in the s-domain - Solution of transformed circuits including mutually coupled circuits-Input and transfer immittance functions Transfer functions - Impulse response and Transfer function - Poles and Zeros - Pole Zero plots, Sinusoidal Steady State analysis: Introduction, characteristics of sinusoids, forced response to sinusoidal functions, the complex forcing function, The phasor, phasor relationships for R L C, impedance and admittance , sinusoidal steady state analysis with phasors. Fourier Series: Fourier Series representation of non-sinusoidal periodic waveforms - Fourier Coefficients-Determination of Coefficients-Waveform Symmetry-Exponential Fourier SeriesDiscrete Amplitude and Phase Spectra-Steady State Solution of Circuits with non-sinusoidal periodic inputs by Fourier Series Two Port Networks: two port networks-characterizations in terms of impedance, admittance, hybrid and transmission parameters-inter relationships among parameter setsReciprocity Theorem-Interconnection of Two port networks: Series, Parallel and Cascade - Network Functions-Pole Zero plots and steady state response from pole-zero plots.

Books Recommended :1) Engineering Circuit Analysis, 6/e By Hayt & Kemmerly, TataMcgraw Hill, 2004 2) Network Analysis, By M.E. Van Valkenberg, PHI, 2005 3) Electrical Circuits – David Bell, Oxford University Press, 2008 4) Linear Circuit Analysis, 2/e – De Carlo and Lin, Oxford University Press, 2009

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62 Network Analysis, P. Ramesh babu, SCITECH Publications, Chennai, 2009 Circuit and Network Analysis By Sudhakar Shyammohan, Tata Mc Graw Hill, 2005 Circuits & Networks – Analysis, Design & Synthesis by M.S.Sukhija, T.K.Nagasarkar, Oxford University Press, 2010.

4XT04/4XN04 INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT & QUALITY CONTROL SECTION-A UNIT- I Principles and Techniques of Management : Meaning of and differences among business, management, administration and organisation, Principles of management, functions of management, planning, organisation structure and relationships, direction, co-ordination, control, motivation, delegation and decentralisation, communication, leadership and decision making. (7) UNIT- II Market and Materials Management : A) Marketing strategy, market research, consumer behaviour, advertising and sales promotion, channels of distribution, pricing of products. B) Classes of material, scope of material control, scope of purchasing department, purchasing procedures, order procedures, inventory control, introduction to production, planning and control. (9) UNIT- III Personnel Management : Meaning and functions of personnel management, recruitment, selection, promotion, wages and salary administation, training and development, functions and scope of trade unions in Indian industries. Welfare of labour, Problems of labour turn over & retention. Merit Rating: Job evaluation, different methods of merit ratings, wage incentives, different types of wage incentive schemes. (9) SECTION-B UNIT- IV Project and Financial Management : A) Case studies of project report, preparation of profit and loss statement and balance sheet, ratio analysis. B) Principles of costing , cost sheet preparation, variance analysis, meaning and application of various budgets, types of budgets and their importance. (9) UNIT- V Quality Control : Concept of quality and quality control, elements of quality, factors controlling quality of design and conformance, process control, inspection planning and scheduling, 7QC (Seven Quality Control) techniques, vendor

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63 inspection, sampling inspection, sampling plans, Quality audit system. (8) Quality Management : Concepts and applications of Kaizen, quality circle, ISO 9000 series, just-in-time, quality planning and total quality management, elements of TQM, Quality Circles. (8)

TEXT BOOKS: 1. INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT ,O P Khanna ,2011 ,JAIN BOOK DEPOT,Post Box No. 51, New Delhi - 110001 (INDIA),81-899-2835-3. 2. INDUSTRIAL & BUSINESS MANAGEMENT ,Telsang Mertand.T, S.Chand & Company Limited, NEW DELHI. ,81-219-2056-6. 3. MANAGEMENT : PRINCIPLES, PROCESSES, AND PRACTICES, Anil Bhat, Arya Kumar , 2008 , Oxford University Press, NEW DELHI., 978-01-956-9445-1. 4. TOTAL QUALITY ,BHARAT WAKHLU ,2/e, 2007 ,S.Chand & Company Limited, NEW DELHI. ,81-219-2866-4. 5. TOTAL QUALITY CONTROL, 4TH ED. ,Armand V. Feigenbaum, 2005 ,Tata McGraw-Hill Education, New Delhi. ,978-00-702-2003-4. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. PRINCIPLES OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT ,Dr. Virendra Sharad Sherlekar ,Prof.S.A.Sherlekar ,3/e, 2009 ,Himalaya Publishing House Pvt. Ltd, MUMBAI. ,978-81-8488-082-3 . 2. FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ,BOSE, D. CHANDRA ,2/e ,PHI Learning Private Limited, NEW DELHI. ,97881-203-4074-9. 3. PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION • ,Chandra Bose , ,PHI Learning Private Limited, NEW DELHI. ,97881-203-1929-5. 4. PROJECT MANAGEMENT ,Prof. Abdul Matheen ,2/e, 2009 ,LAXMI PUBLICATIONS(P) LTD, NEW DELHI . ,978-81-318-0694-4. 5. TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT • ,Suganthi & Samuel , ,PHI Learning Private Limited, NEW DELHI. ,978-81-203-2655-2. 6. TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT ,Dr. S. Kumar ,1/e, 2006 ,LAXMI PUBLICATIONS(P) LTD, NEW DELHI . ,978-81-318-0568-8. 7. QUALITY MANAGEMENT, Kaniska Bedi ,2006 ,Oxford University Press, NEW DELHI . ,978-01-956-7795-9. 8. TQM : PLANNING, DESIGN & IMPLEMENTATION, Khanna, V.K., 1/e, 2009, New Age International (P) Ltd., Publishers, NEW DELHI., 978-81-224-2233-7.

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64 Fundamentals of Quality Control and Improvement, Mitra Amitava, 2/e, 2009 ,PHI Learning Private Limited, NEW DELHI. ,978-81-2032377-3.

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INSTRUMENTATION SECTION-A Transducer & Instrumentation systems (1)Transducer classification: Active/Passive. Primary/Secondary. Analog/ Digital and transduction Principles. Basic Signal conditioning Circuits. Resistive/Capacitive/Inductive reactance bridge. Current/Voltage Sensitive Wheatstons bridges & Generalized instrumentation system with particular examples (9 Hrs) Static characteristics, errors & statistical parameters: (1) Static characteristics: Accuracy, Precision, Sensitivity, Threshold, Resolution, Repeatability and Hysteresis. Errors: Gross error, Systematic error, Random error, Limiting error. Statistical Parameters: Arithmetic mean Average deviation Standard deviation. Probable error, Histogram, Normal & Gaussian curve of errors. (7 Hrs) Electronics Instrumentation: (1,2,3):Analog & Digital data acquisition system, Analog electronic multimeter, Introduction to digital voltmeter & universal counter. Stripchart & X-Y recorders. Optical Encoders. Siesmic mass vibration transducer. (3)Introduction to microphones & loud speaker. (9 Hrs.) SECTION-B Measurement of Temperature & Strain (1,3) Temperature Sensors: LM335, RTD. THERMISTORS, Thermocouples, Thermocouples laws & its compensation methods. Pyrometers: Total/Partial radiation & optical pyrometers. Strain Gauges, Gauge factor. Strain measurement & temperature compensation methods. Measurement of Displacement. Pressure & Level. Displacement Measurement: (1) using resistive, capacitive, inductive (LVDT & RVDT) & Eddy current. Pressure Measurement: (1) Elastic, Inductive, Peizoelectric & capacitive transducers, Low pressure measurement using ionization gauge, pirani gauge, thermocouple vacuum gauge. Level Measurement: (1, 3) Using ultrasonic, capacitive, inductive, resistive with float, gamma rays & eddy currents techniques. (8 Hrs.) Measurement of Flow, Humidity, Velocity (1) Flow Measurement: using ultrasonic, electronaquatic & hotwire

65 Anemometer. Humidity Measurement : using resistive, Capacitive & Crystal transducers. Velocity Measurement: Using photo detectors (both linear & angular velocity). Introductory block diagram of smart sensors , Wave analyzer & spectrum analyzers. Books Recommended: 1) Sawhney A.K.: A course in Electrical/Electronics Measurement & Instrumentation, Dhanpat Rai & Sons., Delhi. 2) Rangan C.S., Sharma G.R. , & Mani V.S.V.: Instrumentation Devices & System,Tata Mc-Graw Hill. 3) R. K. Rajput: Electrical & Electronics Measurement & Instrumentation. Reference Books : 1) Patranbis D. : ‘ Sensors & Transducers’, A.H.Wheeler & Company, Prayag, India. 2) H. S. Kalsi : Electronics Instrumentation, Tata McGraw Hill, 2nd Edition 3) U.A. Bakshi & A. V. Bakshi : Electronics Instrumentation, Technical Publication 4) Robert A. Witte: Electronics Test Instrumentation : Analog & Digital Measurement. 4 XT 06/4 XN 06 ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS-I-LAB. Any TEN experiments based on contents of 4 XT 02/4XN 02 ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS-I 4 XT 07/4XN 07 NETWORK ANALYSIS - LAB. Any TEN experiments based on contents of 4 XT 03 / 4 XN 03 NETWORK ANALYSIS 4 XT 08/4XN 08 INSTRUMENTATION-LAB. Minimum Eight experiments based on 4XT 05/4XN 05 INSTRUMENTATION *****

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66 SYLLABUS PRESCRIBED FOR FOUR YEAE B.E. DEGREE COURSE IN INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING SEMESTER PATTERN (CREDIT GRADE SYSTEM) THIRD & FOURTH SEMESTER THIRD SEMESTER 3IE 01 /3 XT 01 / 3 XN 01 MATHEMATICS – III SECTION-A UNIT-I Ordinary differential equations:- Complete solution, Operator D,Rules for finding complementary function, the inverse operator, Rules for finding the particular integral, Method of variations of parameters, Cauchy’s an Legendre’s linear differential equations (10 Hrs.) UNIT-II Laplace transforms: definition, standard forms, properties of Laplace transform, inverse Laplace transform,initial and final value theorem, convolution theorem, Laplace transform of impulse function, Unit step function, Laplace transforms of periodic function, solution of Linear differential equations, Simultaneous differential equation by Laplace transform method. (10 Hrs.) UNIT-III a) Difference equation:- solution of difference equations of first order, Solution of difference equations of higher order with constant co-efficients, b) Z-transform:- Definition, standard forms, Z-transform of impulse function, Unit step functions, Properties of Ztransforms (linearity,shifting,multiplication by k,change of scale), initial and final values, inverse Z-transforms (by direct division and partial fraction), Solution of difference equation by Z-transforms. (10 Hrs.) SECTION-B UNIT-IV a) Fourier transforms- Definition, standard forms,inverse Fourier trnasforms, properties of Fourier transforms, convolution theorem, Fourier sine and Fourier cosine transforms and integrals. b) Prtial differential equation of first order of following form(i) f(p,q)=0; (ii)f(p,q,z)=0; (iii) f(x,p)=g (y,q); (iv)Pp+Qq=R (Lagranges Form); (v) Z=px+qy+f(p,q) (Clairaut form Statistics:

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67 Binomial, Poisson and Normal Distribution. (10 Hrs.) Comples Analysis :- Functions of complex variables, Analytic function, Cauchy-Reimann conditions, Harmonic function, Harmonic conjugate functions, Milne’s method, conformal mappings translation, rotation,magnification,inversion and bilinear transformation),singular points, expansion of function in Tayler’s and Laurent’s series. Cauchy’s integral theorem and formula, Residue theorem. (10 Hrs.) Vector calculas:- Scalar and vector point functions, Differentiation of vectors, Curves in space, Gradient of a scalar point function, Directional derivatives, Divergence and curl of a vector point function and their physical meaning, expansion formulae (with out proof), line, surface, volume integrals,irrotational and solenoidal vetor fields, Stoke’s and Divergence theorem (without proof). (10 Hrs.)

BOOKS RECOMMENDED:1) Elements of Applied Mathematics by P.N.Wartikar and J.N.Wartikar 2) A text book of Differential Calculas by Gorakh Prasad. 3) Engg. Mathematics by Chandrika Prasad. 4) Advancing Engg. Mathematics by E.K.Kreyzig. 5) A text book of Applied Mathematics by P.N.Wartikar and J.N.Wartikar. 6) Higher Engg. Mathematics by B.S.Grewal. 7) Control System by Gopal and Nagrath. 8) Integral Transforms by Goyal & Gupta. 3 IE 02 UNIT-I :

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ELECTRONIC DEVICESAND CIRCUITS P-N Junction diode theory, Rectifiers - Half wave, full wave and bridge. Filters-C, LC and their analysis, Zener diode and its applications. Theory and Analysis of BI Junction transistor, ‘H’ Parameter, Methods of biasing, their needs, ‘Q’ and stability factor. Study of typical transistor amplifier circuits: i) Emitter follower, ii) Darlington emitter follower. iii) Bootstrap emitter follower, iv) RC coupled amplifier, v) Transformer coupled amplifier, vi) Cascaded amplifier, vii) Direct coupled amplifier, viii) Cascade stage. Class ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘AB’ and ‘C’ amplifiers, Configuration of audio

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68 amplifiers, Calculations of power gain, efficiency, power dissipation and distortion, Oscillators, their criteria, Hartley, Collpit and R-C oscillators, Crystal oscillator. Theory, construction and applications of Schottky diode, Tunnel diode, Varactor diode, Selenium diode, LED, Photo diode, PIN diode, photo-transistor. FETs (JFET & MOSFET): Types, Characteristics and parameters (u, gm & Rds), Biasing of FET Amplifiers, UJT: Characteristics, working, UJT as relaxation oscillator.

TEXT BOOK : 1) Mottershead Allen: “Electronics Devices & Circuits” Prentice Hall of India Private Limited, New Delhi, 1986. REFERENCE BOOKS : 1) Milliman H. and Halkies: “Integrated Electronics” ,Tata Mc-Graw Hill Book Co., New Delhi. 2) Boylestad R. and “Electronics Devices & Circuits” , Prentice Hall of India Private Limited, New Delhi (Fifth Edition), 1993. 3) Ramanan K.V.: “Functional Electronics”, Tata Mc-Hill Publication Co. Ltd.,New Delhi, 1989. 4) Milliman S., Tube H. and Halkies: “Electronics Devices & Ciruits”, Mc-Ggaw Hill Int. Co., Auckland, 1982. 3 IE 03 UNIT-I :

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69 modulation. Construction, working principle of AC tacho generator, DC tacho generator, Two dial DC potentiometer, Coils and chokes Safety: safety in electrical Ckts. , fundamental safety rules and electrical system earthling Arithmetic Operations & Floating point Arithmetic, Boolean Algebra, OR, AND, NOT, NOR, AND, EX-OR,EX-NOR Operation, Negative & Positive Logic, Laws of Boolean Algebra, Reduction of Boolean Functions. Different Codes and their Conversions (BCD, Octal, Hex,Excess Three, Gray), Wave and Spectrum Analyzer, Harmonic Distortion Analyzer, Heterodyne Frequency meter, Function Generator.

Text Books: 1. Electronic Instrumentation Techinques by Cooper & Helfrick. 2. Modern Digital Electronics by R.P. Jain Ref. Book: 1. Electronic Instrumentation & Measurement by Sawhney 3 IE 04 UNIT I :

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SENSORS &TRANSDUCER Transducer :Defination, Classification, Selection criteria. Errors, loading effects, Transducer specifications, calibration. Generalized Instrumentation diagram. Displacement Measurement: Resistive methods, Inductive Methods, Capacitive Methods. Force & Weight: Load cell (Electrical, Pneumatic, Hydraulic), LVDT, Piezoelectric, Vibrating wire. Torque: Strain gauge, Inductive, Digital method. Temperature Transducers: Temperature scales, Bimetallic strip, Semiconductor temperature detector (thermister , LM 335 ). Resistance thermometer, Thermocouples, Thermopile, Crystal, Infrared thermometers Flow Transducers: Basic measurement principles, Bernoulli’s theorem, Differential pressure type (Orifice, Ventury , Anubar Pitot tube),Variable area type, Magnetic, Ultrasonic, Positive displacement type ,Mass flow meter, Anemometer, Total flow meter. Level Transducers: - float type displacer, Diaphragm box level gauge, DP cell, Ultrasonic, Capacitive , resistive. Pressure Transducers: Pressure scales , Manometers, Elastic(Bellows, Bourdon tube, Diaphragm)type, Electrical pressure sensors (LVDT, Strain gauge, load cell, Piezo-electric, Capacitive),Differential pressure sensors(Capacitive, Force

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70 balance & vibrating cylinder type),vacuum pressure measurement, thermal conductivity & ionization type, Transducers for very high pressure measurement. Humidity Transducers: Psycrometer, Hygrometer (Hair, wire & Electrolysis type),Dew point meter .Piezo-electric humidity meter, Infrared conductance & Capacitive type probes for moisture measurement. Sound level measurement.

Text Books: 1. Sensor and Transducer by D. Patranbis 2. Sensor and Transducer by Dr. A.D. Shaligram Ref. Books: 1. Electronics Instrumentation and measurement by A.K. Sawhney 2. Electrical and Electronics measurement and Instrumentation By R. K. Rajput 3. Process Control By B.G. Liptak 4. Industrial Instrumentation & Control By S.K. Sing. 3 IE 05 Unit I :

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ANALYTICALINSTRUMENTATION Introduction to Elements of analytical Instruments, Ultraviolet (UV) and Visible absorption instruments components, Beer-Lamberts law, monochromator : design and associated equipment, monochromator performance. UV and Visible instruments : colorimeters, spectrophoto-meters : single and dual beam, dual wavelength and double monochromator, Infra-Red (IR) spectrophotometers : basic components, types. Flame photometry : principle, constructional details, fuel gases, atomizer, burner, optical and recording systems. Atomic absorption spectrometers: theoretical concepts, instrumentation: hollow cathode lamps, burners and flames, plasma excitation sources, optical and electronic systems. Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometry: principle, nuclear spin, nuclear energy levels, resonance condition, NMR absorption spectra, chemical shift, constructional details, spin decoupler, Fourier transform NMR spectroscopy. Fluorimeters and phosphorimeters : principle, single and double beam filter fluorimeters, ratio fluorimeters, spectrofluorimeters, phosphorescence spectrometer. Raman spectrometry : Raman effect, Raman spectrometer. Photoacoustic and photothermal spectrometers. Mass spectrometery : Principal &operation ,basic

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71 components, gas chromatograph mass spectrometer (GCMS) system. Electron and ion spectroscopy : Instrumentation for electron spectroscopy , Radio chemical instrumentation: radio chemical methods, radiation detectors (ionization chamber, Geiger-Muller, proportional and Scintillation counters), pulse height analyzer. X-ray spectrometry: spectrum, instrumentation, diffractometers and absorption meter. Gas and liquid chromatography : classification, basic parts, carrier gas, sample injection system, thermal compartment, detectors (thermal conductivity, flame ionization, electron capture, Argon ionization), introduction to liquid chromatography. Methods of gas analysis : oxygen, carbon monoxide, nitrogen analyzer, gas density analyzers. Refractometry : principle, Abbe and dipping types. Interferometry : principle, types-Rayleigh, Jamin and Twyman.

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72 FOURTH SEMESTER ELECTRICAL MACHINES SECTION-A D.C Machines Construction details, EMF equation, Methods of excitation, Self and separately excited generators, characteristics of series, shunt and compound generators, Principle of operation of D.C. motor, back emf and torque equation, characteristics of series, shunt, and compound motors, starting of D.C motors, types of starters, and speed control of D.C shunt motors Transformers Construction details, Principle of operation, EMF equation, transformation ratio, Equivalent circuit, Loses in Transformers, Open and short circuits tests, Auto Transformers, Pulse transformer, Instrument Transformer (CT and PT),Condition of parallel operation, Connection of three phase TransformerStar/Delta ,Delta/Star, Scott connection (Phase inversion). Synchronous Machines a) Alternator; Construction details, synchronous speed, emf equation, winding factors, regulation by synchronous method. b) Synchronous Motors: Concept of rotating magnetic field, principle of working, effect of variation of load. Characteristics and applications. Induction motor Construction, types, principle of operation of three phase induction motor, equivalent circuit, performance characteristics, Starting and speed control, Different types of starters, and applications. Single phase induction motor: principle of working, type applications. Special purpose machines Principle, working, Characteristic and applications of stepper motor. Principle, working, Characteristic and applications Servomotors, and Principle, working, Characteristic and applications universal motors. Transmission and Distribution Structure of electric power system, Generation, transmission ,Sub-transmission and distribution systems, EHVAC and EHVDC transmission systems, Substation layout, insulators and cables.

73 Text books: 1. Electrical Machines-Nagrath Kothari(Tata Mc Ggraw Hill) 2. Theory of AC Machines-Langsdrof (Tata Mc Ggraw Hill) 3. Electrical Engineering –Vol I,Direct Currents-C Dewes Ref. books: 1 Fundamentals of Electric Machines-B.K.Gupta,Vandana Singhal 2 A Text Book of Electrical Engineering-B.L.Tharaja Volume II and III. 3 Performance and Design of DC Machine-Clayton and Hancokk 4 IE 02 Unit I :

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TEXT BOOK : 1) Object Oriented Programming with C++ -E. Balaguruswamy, Tata Mc-Graw Hill publishing Co.Ltd., New Delhi,1995.

74 REFERENCE BOOKS : 1) Object Oriented Programming in Turbo C++ Rober Lofore, Galgretia Publications Pvt.Ltd., New Delhi,1995 2) The C++ Programming Language (Third Edition) - Bjarne Stroustrup Pub.Co.,New York,1995 (Addison Wesley) 3) C++ Primer - Lipman Stanley B., (Second Edition) New York, Addison Wesely Pub. Company,1995 4) SPICE FOR CIRCUITS AND ELECTRONICS USING PSPICE Muhammad H. Rashid. (PHI). 4 IE 03/4 XT 03 / 4 XN 03 / 4 BM 03 NETWORK ANALYSIS SECTION-A Unit I : a] Terminal Element Relationships: V-I relationship for Inductance and Capacitance- Constant Flux Linkage Theorem and Constant Charge Theorem- v-i relationship for Independent Voltage and Current Sources - v-i relationship for dependent voltage and current sources- Source Functions: unit impulse, unit step, unit ramp and inter relationship, sinusoidal input ,generalized exponential input. b] Basic Nodal and mesh Analysis: Introduction, Nodal analysis, the super node, mesh analysis, the super mesh, nodal vs mesh analysis Unit II : Network Theorems : Linearity and superposition, source transformations, Thevinin’s theorem , Norton’s theorem, Maximum power transfer theorem, Delta-wye transformations Reciprocity theorem, Milliaman’s theorem, Substitution theorem, Compensation theorem, Tellegen’s theorems Unit III : Time Domain Analysis of Circuits: Linear Differential Equations for Series RC, Parallel RC, Series RL, Parallel RL, Series RLC, Parallel RLC and Coupled Circuits-Complete Solution for step/impulse/sinusoid voltage/current inputsNatural Response-Transient Response-Time Constant-Rise and Fall times-Concept of d.c steady state and sinusoidal steady state-Frequency Response of simple circuits from steady state solution-Solution of two mesh circuits by differential equation method-Determination of initial conditions. SECTION-B Unit IV : a] Review of Laplace Transforms: Laplace Transform-Transform Pairs-Gate Functions-Shifting Theorem-Solution of Differential Equations by Laplace Transforms-Initial and Final Value Theorems-Laplace Transforms of periodic signalsInversion of transforms by partial fractions-Convolution

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75 Theorem and Convolution Integral. (Review to be done by students. No class hour will be spent for this review.) Transformation of a Circuit into s-domain: Transformed equivalent of inductance, capacitance and mutual inductance -Impedance and admittance in the transform domain - Node Analysis and Mesh Analysis of the transformed circuit Nodal Admittance Matrix and Mesh Impedance Matrix in the s-domain - Solution of transformed circuits including mutually coupled circuits-Input and transfer immittance functions Transfer functions - Impulse response and Transfer function - Poles and Zeros - Pole Zero plots, Sinusoidal Steady State analysis: Introduction, characteristics of sinusoids, forced response to sinusoidal functions, the complex forcing function, The phasor, phasor relationships for R L C, impedance and admittance , sinusoidal steady state analysis with phasors. Fourier Series: Fourier Series representation of non-sinusoidal periodic waveforms - Fourier Coefficients-Determination of Coefficients-Waveform Symmetry-Exponential Fourier SeriesDiscrete Amplitude and Phase Spectra-Steady State Solution of Circuits with non-sinusoidal periodic inputs by Fourier Series Two Port Networks: two port networks-characterizations in terms of impedance, admittance, hybrid and transmission parameters-inter relationships among parameter setsReciprocity Theorem-Interconnection of Two port networks: Series, Parallel and Cascade - Network Functions-Pole Zero plots and steady state response from pole-zero plots.

Books Recommended :1) Engineering Circuit Analysis, 6/e By Hayt & Kemmerly, TataMcgraw Hill, 2004 2) Network Analysis, By M.E. Van Valkenberg, PHI, 2005 3) Electrical Linear Circuits – David Bell, Oxford University Press, 2008 4) Linear Circuit Analysis, 2/e – De Carlo and Lin, Oxford University Press, 2009 5) Network Analysis, P. Ramesh babu, SCITECH Publications, Chennai, 2009 6) Circuit and Network Analysis By Sudhakar Shyammohan, Tata Mc Graw Hill, 2005 7) Circuits & Networks – Analysis, Design & Synthesis by M.S.Sukhija, T.K.Nagasarkar, Oxford University Press, 2010.

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76 ADVANCE SENSORS AND TRANSMITTERS Intelligent sensor: Introduction, Features , desirable on chip signal processing, present status. MEMS Sensor: Introduction, MEMS sensor-Design challenges, MEMS sensor-generation & development. PH & Conductivity sensors: PH scale and standard principal of pH measurement ,different types of reference & measuring electrode .Principal of conductivity measurement, conductivity cells & bridges Digital transducer: Digital encoder, disc type, incremental shaft, linear displacement transducer, moir, fringe techniques, digital tachometer , digital torque sensor ( inductive pickup, photo electric pickup, proximities sensor) Density measurement: Introduction, various scale, hydrometer type, vibrating densitometer, gas Densitometer, ultrasonic sludge densitometer, centrifugal gas density sensor. Viscosity measurement: Definition, capillary type, cone plate, rotameter type Vibration: Vibration measurement , accelerometer , sismic type, jerk meter. Biosensor Technology: Introduction, Nanosensor: Nanotechnology Introduction, nanosensor development, future of nanosensor. Transmitters: Buyancy ,differential pressure, temoerature, electro hydraulics,2 wire transmitters, Converters:Resistance to current,voltage to current,pneumatic to electrical & electrical to pneumatic Positioners : necessity, types and effect on performance of control valve, Actuators: pneumatic, hydraulic, electrical, electro-pneumatic, electro-hydraulic.

Text Books: 1. Sensors and Transducer by Dr. A.D. Shaligram First Edition 2. Sensors and Transducer by D. Pathanbis Ref. Book: 1. Electronics Instrumentation and Measurement by A.K. Sawhney 2. Process Control By B.G. Liptak

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77 TELEMETRYAND TELECONTROL Introduction to communication systems: Basic communication systems, interface & distortion, signal characterization in time domain and frequency domain . Modulation Techniques: Different kinds of SSB & FM Modulators & demodulators. Antenna- Principle of radiation, isotropic, radiator, resonant antenna, non resonant antenna, half wave dipole antenna, folded dipole, parasitic reflector, parasitic director, antenna arrays, yagi-uda antenna, antenna power gain, beam width, polarization, radiation resistance Digital communication : Sampling theorem, Nyquist frequency, Sampling techniques, & signal reconstruction, pulse modulation-(PCM) principle of delta modulation ASK, FSK, PSK coding formats. Multiple access Schemes: TDMA, FDMA CDMA, spared spectrum communication, D.S. spread spectrum, Frequency hoping spread spectrum, comparison Smart transmitters, typical telemetry & telecontrol schemes for industrial application telemetry errors caused by noise, telemetry & carrier communication systems

TEXT BOOKS: 1) Electronic Communication D Roddy and Coolen 2) Electronics Communication System G. Kennedy TMH 3) Modern Digital and Analog Communication System B.P. Lathi, Oxford University Press, New Delhi. Ref. Books 1. Digital Communication by K. Sam Shanmugam 2. Digital Communication by J.G. Proakis, Fourth edition. 4IE06 COMPUTER PROGRAMMINGAND APPLICATIONS-LAB. Students are expected to perform minimum 8 experiments based on Syllabus of 4IE02. 4IE07/4 XT 07/4 XN 07/4 BM 08 NETWORK ANALYSIS-LAB. Any TEN experiments based on contents of 4 IE 03/4 XT 03/ 4XN 03/ 4BM 03 NETWORK ANALYSIS 4IE08

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79 SYLLABUS PRESCRIBED FOR FOUR YEAR DEGREE COURSE IN BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING / COMPUTERENGINEERING SEMESTER PATTERN (CREDIT GRADE SYSTEM) SEMESTER : THIRD 3KS01/3KE01 UNIT-I:

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MATHEMATICS – III SECTION-A Ordinary differential equations:- Complete solution, Operator D, Rules for finding complementary function, the inverse operator, Rules for finding the particular integral, Method of variations of parameters, Cauchy’s and Legendre’s linear differential equations. Laplace transforms:- definition, standard forms, properties of Laplace transform, inverse Laplace transform, initial and final value theorem, convolution theorem, Laplace transform of impulse function, Unit step function, Laplace transforms of periodic function Solution of Linear differential equations, Simultaneous differential equation by Laplace transform method. Difference equation:- solution of difference equations of first order Solution of difference equations of higher order with constant co-efficients b) Z-transform:- Definition, standard forms, Z-transform of impulse function, Unit step functions, Properties of Z transforms (linearity, shifting, multiplication by k, change of scale), initial and final values, inverse Ztransforms (by direct division and partial fraction), Solution of difference equation by Z-transforms. SECTION-B Fourier transforms:- Definition, standard forms, inverse Fourier trnasforms, properties of Fourier transforms, convolution theorem, Fourier sine and Fourier cosine transforms and integrals. Partial differential equation of first order of following form:(i) f (p,q)=0; (ii) f (p,q,z)=0; (iii) f (x,p)=g (y,q); (iv) Pp+Qq=R (Lagranges Form); (v) Z=px+qy+f(p,q) (Clairaut form) Complex Analysis :- Functions of complex variables, Analytic function, Cauchy-Reimann conditions, Harmonic function, Harmonic conjugate functions, Milne’s method conformal mappings (translation, rotation, magnification and bilinear

80 transformation),singular points, expansion of function in Taylor’s and Laurent’s series. UNIT –VI: Vector calculus:- Scalar and vector point functions, Differentiation of vectors, Curves in space, Gradient of a scalar point function, Directional derivatives, Divergence and curl of a vector point function and their physical meaning, expansion formulae (with out proof), line, surface, volume integrals, irrotational and solenoidal vetor fields. BOOKS RECOMMENDED:1) Elements of Applied Mathematics by P.N.Wartikar and J.N.Wartikar 2) A Text Book of Differential Calculas by Gorakh Prasad. 3) Engg. Mathematics by Chandrika prasad. 4) Advancing Engg. Mathematics by E.K.Kreyzig. 5) A Text Book of Applied Mathematics by P.N.Wartikar and J.N.Wartikar. 6) Higher Engg. Mathematics by B.S.Grewal. 7) Control System by Gopal and Nagrath. 8) Integral transforms by Goyal & Gupta. 3KS 02/3KE02 PROGRAMMING METHODOLOGY Objectives: · Study of the basic concepts of Java such as operators, classes, objects, inheritance, packages and exception handling. · Study of concepts like enumerations, generics, logging, API, assertions, Applets, AWT. · Preparing the students to learn Object Oriented Programming Methodology. SECTION A Unit I: Introduction to Object Oriented Programming: Introduction, Need of OOP, Principles of Object-Oriented Languages, Procedural Language Vs OOP, Application of OOP, Java Virtual Machine, Java features, Program Structures. Java Programming Constructs: Variables, Primitive data types, Identifier, Literals, Operators, Expressions, Precedence Rules and Associativity, Primitive Type Conversion and Casting, Flow of Control. Unit II: Classes and Objects: Classes, Objects, Creating Objects, Methods, Constructors, Cleaning up Unused Objects, Class Variable and Methods, this keyword, Arrays, Command Line Arguments. Unit III: Inheritance: Inheritance vs. Aggregation, Method Overriding, super keyword, final keyword, Abstract class.

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81 Interfaces, Packages and Enumeration: Interface, Packages, java.lang package, Enum type. SECTION B Exception: Introduction, Exception handling Techniques, User-defind exception, Exception Encapsulation and Enrichment. Input/Output: The java.io.file Class, Reading and Writing data, Randomly Accessing a file, Reading and Writing Files using I/O Package. Applets: Introduction, Applet Class, Applet structure, Applet Life cycle, Common Methods used in displaying the output, paint (), update () and repaint (), More about applet tag, get Document Base () and get Code Base () methods, Applet Context Interface, Audio clip, Graphic Class, Color, Font, Font Metrics. Event Handling: Introduction, Event delegation Model, java.awt.event Description, Sources of events, Event Listeners, Adapter classes, Inner Classes. Abstract Window Toolkit: Introduction, Components and Containers, Button, Label, Checkbox, Radio Buttons, List Boxes, Choice Boxes, Textfield and Textarea, Container Class, Layouts, Menu, Scrollbar.

Text Book: Sachin Malhotra and Saurabh Choudhary: Programming in Java, Oxford University Press 2010. Reference Books: 1. Herbert Schildt: Java Complete References (McGraw Hill) 2. E. Balagurusamy: Programming with Java (McGraw Hill) 3. Khalid Mughal: A Programmer’s Guide to Java Certification, 3rd Edition (Pearson) 4. Liang: A text Book of Java Programming, (PHI) 5. Sharnam Shah and Vaishali Shah: Core Java for Beginners,(SPD),2010. 3KS 03/3KE03 ELECTRONIC DEVICESAND CIRCUITS Objectives: · Study of the basic electronic device Semiconductor diode and zener diode and its applications. · Study of electronic device Bipolar Junction Transistors and its applications. · Study of electronic device Field Effect Transistors and its applications.

82 Study of Optoelectronic devices. SECTION-A Unit I: pn-Junction Diode, Characteristics and Parameters, Diode Approximation, DC load line analysis, Temperature effects, Diode AC models, Zener diodes, Half- Wave Rectifications, Full-Wave Rectifications, Half-Wave Rectifier Power Supply, Full-Wave Rectifier Power Supply, RC and AC Power Supply Filters. Unit II: BJT operation, BJT Voltages and Currents, BJT Amplification: Current and Voltage, BJT Switching, Common-Base Characteristics, Common-Emitter Characteristics, CommonCollector Characteristics, Transistor testing. Unit III: DC Load Line and Bias Point, Base Bias, Collector-to-Base Bias, Voltage-Divider Bias, Comparison of Basic Bias Circuits, Troubleshooting BJT Bias Circuits, Bias Circuit Design. SECTION-B Unit IV: Junction Field Effect Transistors, n-Channel and p-Channel JFET, JFET Characteristics, JFET Data Sheets and Parameters, FET Amplifications and Switching, MOSFETs: Enhancement MOSFET, Depletion _Enhancement MOSFET, VMOSFET, Comparision of p-Channel and p-Channel FETs. Unit V: BJT Phase Shift Oscillators, BJT Colpitts Oscillator, BJT Hartley Oscillator, BJT Wein Bridge Oscillator, Oscillator Frequency stabilization: Frequency Stability, Piezoelectric Crystals, Crystal Equivalent Circuit, Crystals Control of Oscillators. Unit VI: Optoelectronic Devices: Light Units, Light-Emitting Diodes, Seven-Segment Displays, Photoconductive Cells, Photodiodes and Solar Cells, Phototransistors, Optocouplers, Phtomultipler Tube, Laser Diode. ·

Text Book: David A. Bell: Electronic Devices and Circuits, Fifth Edition, Oxford University Press. Reference Books: 1. Malvino: Principles of Electronics, TMH. 2. Millman & Halkies: Electronic Devices & Circuits, McGraw Hill. 3. Millman & Halkies: Integrated Electronics, McGraw Hill. 4. Millman: Microelectronic, McGraw Hill. 5. Roberts and Sedra: SPICE, Second Edition, Oxford University Press. 6. Sedra and Smith: Microelectronic Circuits, Oxford University Press.

83 3KS 04/3KE04 DISCRETE STRUCTURE Objectives: · Learn basic terminology, formal logic, proofs, sets, relations, functions, recursion · Use formal logic proof and logical reasoning to solve problems · Relate the ideas of mathematical induction to recursion and recursively defined structures · Learning graphs, trees and related algorithms · Relate interpret and apply these concepts to various areas of Computer Science SECTION A UNIT I: Mathematical Logic: Statements & Notation, Connectives, Equivalence Formula, Duality Law, Tautological Implication, Normal forms, Parenthesized Infix notation and Polish Notations. UNIT II: Theory of inference: The theory of inference for the statement calculus, Validity using truth tables, Predicate calculus, Inference theory of the Predicate Calculus. UNIT III: Set Theory: Basic concepts, Venn Diagrams, Representation of Discrete Structure, Relation and ordering, Partial Ordering, Functions, Recursions, Sets and predicates. SECTION B UNIT IV: Algebraic Structures: Semi-groups and Monoids, Product & Quotients of semi-groups, Polish expression & their compilation, Groups, Product and Quotients of Groups. UNITV: Lattice & Boolean Algebra: Lattices, partially ordered sets, Boolean algebra, Functions on Boolean Algebra, Boolean Functions as Boolean Polynomials, Minimization of Boolean Functions. UNITVI: Graph Theory: Basic concepts, Paths, Reachability & connectedness, Matrix representation of graphs, Trees: tree searching, Undirected trees, Minimal spanning trees. Text Book: J.P.Trembley,R.Manohar:”Discrete Mathematical Structures with application to Computer Science” 1988(MCG) Reference Books: 1. C.L.Liu : “Combinational Mathematies” Mc Graw Hill, 1988 2 Stanant “Discrete Structure” Prentice Hall. 3. C.L.Liu “Element of Discrete Mathematics” Second Edition McGraw Hill, 1987 4. Norman L.Biggs “Discrete Mathematics” Second Edition,Oxford

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84 University Press, Indian Edition. N. Chandrasekaran & M. Umaparvathi, “Discrete Mathematics” PHI (EEE) 2010. Purna Chandra Biswal, “Discrete Mathematics & Graph Theory” Second Edition, PHI (EEE)2009. Chakraborty and Sarkar,” Discrete Mathematics” Oxford University Press, Indian Edition,2011.

3KS 05 / 3KE05 COMPUTER ORGANIZATION Objectives: · To understand the relationship between instruction set architecture, micro architecture, and system architecture and their roles in the development of the computer. · Be aware of the various classes of instruction: data movement, arithmetic, logical and flow control. · Explain how interrupts are used to implement I/O control and data transfers. · Understand how a CPU’s control unit interprets a machine –level instructions. · Identify various types of buses in Computer systems. · Understand memory hierarchy. · Understand various peripheral devices. SECTION-A Unit-I: Basic Structure of Computer: Hardware & Software, Addressing Methods, Program Sequencing, Concept of Memory Locations & Address, Main Memory Operation, Instructions & Instruction Sequencing, Addressing Modes, Basic I/O Operations, Stacks, Queues & Subroutines. Unit-II: Processing Unit: Fundamental Concepts, Execution of a Complete Instruction, Hardwired Control, Performance Consideration, Microprogrammed Control, Microinstructions, Microprogram Sequencing, Microinstruction Pre-fetching, Emulation. Unit-III: I/O Organization: Accessing I/O Devices, Interrupts, Direct Memory Access, Bus arbitration, I/O Hardware, Processor Bus and Interfacing Circuits, Standard I/O Interfaces, SCSI Bus, Backplane Bus Standard. SECTION-B Unit-IV: Memory Unit: Basic Concepts, Semiconductor RAM Memories, Internal Organization, Static & Dynamic RAMs, ROMs, Speed, Size & Cost Considerations. Cache Memories: Performance considerations. Virtual Memories, Address Translation, Memory Management Requirements.

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85 Arithmetic: Number representation, Design of Fast Adders, Signed Addition and Subtraction. Multiplication of Positive numbers, Booth’s Algorithm, Integer Division, Floating-Point Numbers and related operations. Computer Peripherals: Input-Output Devices like Video displays, Video terminals, Graphics input devices, Printers. Online storage devices: Magnetic disks, Magnetic tape, Systems, CD-ROM systems. Communication devices: Modems.

Text-Book: V.Carl Hamacher & S. Zaky: Computer Organization, Fourth Edition, McGraw-Hill (ISE). References: 1. Stallings. W: Computer Organization & Arcitecture, Fifth Edition, Pearson Education. 2. Tenanbaum A.S: Structured Computer Organization, Fifth Edition, Pearson Education. 3. Hayes J.P: Computer Architecture & Organization, Fourth Edition, McGraw- Hill. 4. M. Mano & Kime Logie: Computer Design Fundamentals, Second Edition, Pearson Education. 3KS 06 / 3KE06 Programming Methodology Lab. : Minimum Eight experiments/programming assignments must be completed based on the respective syllabus covering each of the units. 3KS 07 / 3KE07 Electronic Devices & Circuits Lab. : Minimum Eight experiments/programming assignments must be completed based on the respective syllabus covering each of the units. 3 KS 08 / 3 KE 08

COMPUTER LABORATORY I [WEB TECHNOLOGY] Unit I: HTML: HTML Coding, Basic Web Graphics, Web Page Design & Site Building, Adding Multimedia to the Web. Unit II: Paint Shop Pro/Photoshop: Photoshop components, working with Photoshop, Image Basics, File Formats, color Palette, Layers, Creating New Images, Brushes, Grids & Gides, Scaling & Positioning Images, Moving & Merging Layers, Tool Palette, Screen Capturing, Grey styling, Animation. Unit III: Image Handling: Scanning Images, Adding Text to the Images, Designing Icons, Creating Background Images, Color Models, Color Calibration, Creating Gradients, Oil Paint Effect.

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86 Multimedia: Creating Clippings, Animation with Sound Effects, Adding Audio or Video, Windows Media Player Active x control, Agent Control, Embedding VRML in a web Page, Real Player Active x Control. Applications: Flash, Working with Layers, Working with Movies, The Drawing Tools, Color Selection, Symbols, Flash Buttons, Flash Menu Smart Clip, Interactivity with Action Script, Frame Actions and the Timeline, Exporting Animation, Applications in Flash.

TEXT BOOK: 1. Meenakshi G. M., “Web Graphics”, Scitech Publications (India) Pvt. Ltd.,2007. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Joel Sklar, “Textbook of Web Design”, Cengage Learning. 2. James L. Mohler & Jon M. Duff, “Designing Interctive Web Sites”, Cengage Learning. 3. Dr. Raja Subramanian, “Creating Web Sites in Engineering”, University Science Press (An Imprint of Laxmi Publication Pvt. Ltd.). 4. Uttam K. Roy, “Web Technologies”, Oxford University Press. Minimum eight experiments/programming assignments must be completed based on the above syllabus covering each of the units. ***** SEMESTER : FOURTH DATASTRUCTURES

4KS01/ 4KE01 OBJECTIVES: · Study the representation and use of primitive data types and built in data structures. · Study how the data structures are allocated and used in memory. · Study common applications of each of the data structures. · Implement the user defined data structures in a high level language SECTION A Unit I: Data structures basics, Mathematical /algorithmic notations & functions, Complexity of algorithms, Sub-algorithms. String processing: storing strings, character data type, string operations, word processing, and pattern matching algorithms. 08Hrs Unit-II: Linear arrays and their representation in memory, traversing linear arrays, inserting & deleting operations, Bubble sort, Linear search and Binary search algorithms. Multi-

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87 demensional arrays, Pointer arrays. Record structures and their memory representation. Matrices and sprase matrices. 08Hrs Linked lists and their representation in memory, traversing a linked list, searching a linked list. Memory allocation & garbage collection. Insertion deletion opeartions on linked lists. Header linked lists, Two- way linked lists. 08Hrs SECTION B Stacks and their array representation. Arithmetic expressions: Polish notation. Quick sort, an application of stacks. Implementation of recursive procedures by stacks, Queues. Deques. Priority queues. 08Hrs Trees, Binary trees & and their representation in memory, Traversing binary trees. Traversal algorithms using stacks, Header nodes : threads. Heap and heapsort. Path length & Huffnan’s algorithm. General trees. 08Hrs Graph theory, sequential representations of graphs, Warshalls’ algorithm, Linked representation, operations & traversing the graphs. Posets & Topological sorting. Insertion Sort, Selection Sort. Radix sort. 08Hrs

Text Book: Seymour Lipschutz: Data Structures with C, Schaum’s Outline Series, Mc Graw-Hill, International Editions. References: 1. Forouzan, Gilberg, Mahalle, Jogalekar: Data Structures and Algorithms, CENGAGE Learning. 2. Reema Thareja: Data Structures using C, Oxford University Press, 2011. 3. Arpita Gopal: Magnifying Data structures, PHI(EEE), 2010. 4. Ellis Horowitz, Sartaj Sahni: Fundamentals of Data Structures, CBS Publications. 5. Trembley, Sorenson: An Introduction to Data Structures with Applications, McGraw Hill. 6. Standish: Data Structures in Java, Pearson Education. 4KS02/ 4KE02 ANALOG & DIGITAL ICS AIM To understand the functions of various digital and analog ICs and their applications in the design of electronic circuits. OBJECTIVES : • To get the knowledge about the characteristics and operation of

88 different analog ICs. • To study the applications of the above ICs in the design of electronic circuits. • To get basics knowledge about digital ICs and digital systems. • To study the design of combinational circuits and sequential circuits. Unit-I : OPERATIONALAMPLIFIERS : Characteristics of ideal op amp, Virtual Short, differential amplifier, offset currents and voltages, Slew rate, 741 IC Specifications, inverting and noninverting amplifiers, adder/ subtractor, integrator, differentiator, Schmitt Trigger, analog multiplier. Unit-II : TIMERS & PHASE LOCKED LOOP : Timers: Block schematic of timer IC 555, Application of timer 555 as astable, monostable, bistable multivibrator, Delayed timer, Saw tooth generators. Phase Locked Loops: Operation of phase lock loop system, transfer characteristics, lock range, capture range, study of PLL IC-LM 565 and its application as AM detector, FM detector and Frequency Translator. Unit-III. NUMBER SYSTEMS : Binary, Octal, Hexadecimal, Conversions between Number Systems, BCD, Gray and Excess 3 Representations, r s and (r1)s Complements, Subtraction using 1s and 2s. Complements, Binary to Gray, Gray to Binary Conversions, Alpha numeric codes. Unit-IV : BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS USING GATES : Boolean theorems, Minterm and maxterm representation, SOP and POS forms, Karnaugh maps, Tabulation methods, Logic gates – Truth tables, Realization of Boolean functions using Gates, Universal Gates. Unit-V : COMBINATIONAL CIRCUITS : Half and Full adders, Parallel binary adder, BCD adder, Half and Full subtractor, magnitude comparator, Decoder, Encoder, Multiplier, ROM, PLA, Boolean Expression Implementation using these ICs. Unit-VI : SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS : Flip Flops – SR, JK, T, D, Characteristic equations, Excitation Tables, Design of counters using Excitation tables, Synchronous and Asynchronous Counters, 7490, 74161 Counter IC specifications, Ring and Johnson Counters, Shift Registers, 74194 Shift Register IC Specifications. Text Books: 1. Ramakant A.Gayakwad, „OP-AMP and Linear ICs, Prentice Hall, 1994. 2. M.Morris Mano “Digital Design” (2/e) (PHI).

89 Reference Books : 1. R F. Coughlin;F.F.Driscoll: Operational Amplifiers & Linear Integrated Circuits, Pearson 2. Sedra & Smith : Microelectronics Circuits, 5e, Oxford University Press 3. Jain R.P. “Modern Digital Electronics” (TMH). 4. Mano M. & Kime “Logic & Computer Design Fundamentals” (2/e) (Pearson Education). 4KS03/ 4KE03 Unit I:

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OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING SECTION A Objects & Classes in C++: Declaring & using classes, Constructors, Objects as function arguments, Copy Constructors, Static class data, Arrays of Objects, C++ String class. Operator Overloading: Overloading Unary & Binary Operators, Data Conversion, Pitfalls of Operator Overloading, Pointers & Arrays, Pointers & Functions, New & Delete Operators, Pointers for Objects. Inheritance in C++: Derived Class & Base Class, Derived class Constructors, Function overloading, Class hierarchies, Public & Private Inheritance, Multiple Inheritance, Containership: Classes within Classes. SECTION B Virtual Function Concepts: Abstract Classes & Pure Virtual Functions, Virtual Base classes, Friend functions, Static Functions, Assignment & copy initialization, the this pointer, Dynamic type information. Streams & Files in C++: Stream Classes, stream errors, disk file I/O with streams, File Pointers, Error handling in file I/O, File I/O with member functions, Overloading the extractions & Insertions operator, Memory as a Stream Object, Command Line Arguments, Multifile Programs. Function Template, Class template, Exception Syntax, Multiple exceptions, Exception with Arguments, Introduction to Standard Template Library, Algorithms, Sequential Containers, Iterates, Specialized iterates, associative containers, Function objects.

Text Book: Robert Lafore: Object Oriented Programming in C++, Galgotia Publication.

90 Reference Books: 1. Herbert Schildt: C++: Complete Refernce,TMH. 2. Bjarne Stroustrupe: C++ Programming Language, Addision Wesley. 3. Venugopal: Mastering C++, TMH. 4. Lipmann: C++ Primer, Addision Wesley. 5. Sourav Sahay: Object Oriented Programming with C++, Oxford University Press. 4KS04/ 4KE04 Unit I:

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ASSEMBLYLANGUAGE PROGRAMMING SECTION-A (8 hrs/unit) 8086 architecture and pin configuration, Software model of 8086 microprocessor. Memory addresses space and data organization. Data types. Segment registers, memory segmentation.IP & Data registers, Pointer, Index registers. Memory addresses generation. 8086 Instruction set overview, addressing modes. 8086 instruction formats. 8086 programming : Integer instructions and computations: Data transfer instructions, Arithmetic instructions and their use in 8086 programming. 8086 programming: logical instructions. Shift and rotate instructions and their use in 8086 programming. 8086 flag register and Flag control instructions, compare instruction, control flow and jump instructions, Loops & loop handling instructions. 8086 programming using these instructions. SECTION B The 8086 stack segment and stack related instructions. 8086 I/O Address space. Subroutines and related instructions, Parameter passing, Concept of Macros, Status saving on stack. Concept of recursion at assembly program level. 8086 Programming using subroutines, recursion and macros. 8086 I/O: Types of input output, isolated I/O interface, input output data transfers, I/O instructions and bus cycles. Programmable Peripheral Interface 8255 PPI: pin diagram, internal organization, modes of operation. 8086 I/O programming using 8255. 8086 Interrupts types, priority and instructions. Interrupt vector table, External hardware-interrupt interface signals & interrupts sequence. Software interrupts. Non-maskable interrupts. Programmable Interrupt Controller 8259: pin diagram, internal organization, modes of operation. 8086 Interrupt-driven programming using 8259.

91 TEXT BOOKS: 1. W. A. Triebel & Avatar Singh: The 8088/8086 Microprocessors (4e) (PHI /Pearson Education) 2. Liu & Gibson: The 8088/8086 Microprocessor (2/e) (PHI) REFERENCES: 1. Barry B. Brey : The Intel Microprocessor Architecture, Programming & Interfacing (6/e)(PHI) 2. Ray & Bhurchandi: Advanced Microprocessors & Peripherals (TMH). 3. John P Uffenbeck, “8086/8088 Families: Designing, Programming and Interfacing”. Prentice Hall . 4KS05/ 4KE05 Unit I:

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THEORY OF COMPUTATION SECTION A Alphabet, Language, Operations, Finite State Machine, Definitions, Finite Automation Model, Acceptance of Strings and Languages. Non Deterministic Finite Automata, Deterministic Finite Automata, Equivalence between NFA and DFA. Conversion of NFA into DFA, Equivalence between two FSM’s, Moore and Mealy Machines. Regular Sets, Regular Expressions, Identity Rules. Manipulation of Regular Expressions, Equivalence between RE and FA. Inter Conversion, Pumping Lemma, Closure Properties of Regular Sets (proofs not required), Regular Grammars, Right Linear and Left Linear Grammars, Equivalence between Regular Linear Grammar and F A inter conversion between RE and RG. Context Free Grammar, Derivation trees, Chomsky Normal Form, Greibach Normal Form, Push down automata, Definition, Model, Acceptance of CFL, Equivalence of CFL and PDA, Interconversion, Enumeration of properties of CFL (proofs omitted). SECTION B Turing Machine, Definition, Model, Design of TM, Computable Functions, Recursive enumerable language, Church’s hypothesis, Counter machine, Types of TM’s. Chomsky hierarchy of languages, Linear bounded automata and Context Sensitive Language, Introduction of DCFL and DPDA, Decidability of problems. Undecidability: Properties of recursive & non-recursive enumerable languages, Universal Turing Machine, Postcorrespondence problem, Introduction to recursive function theory.

92 Text books: 1. Hopcraft H.E. & Ullman J: Introduction to Automata Theory, Languages and Computation, 2. Peter Linz: An Introduction to Formal Languages and Automata (Chapter 1 to 12 except 6.3 & 7.4), Reference Books: 1. Rajendra Kumar: Theory of Automata, Languages & Computation, TMH, 2010. 2. Rajesh K. Shukla: Theory of Computation, CENGAGE Learning, 2009. 3. K V N Sunitha and N Kalyani: Formal Languages and Automata Theory, Mc Graw Hill,2010. 4. John C. Martin: Introduction to Languages and the Theory of Automata. 5. Lewis H.P. and Papadimition C.H.: Elements of Theory of Computation. 6. Mishra & Chandrashekharan: Theory of Computation. 7. C.K.Nagpal: Formal Languages and Automata Theory, Oxford University Press,2011. 4KS06/4KE06 Data Structures Lab. : Minimum Eight experiments/ programming assignments must be completed based on the respective syllabus covering each of the units. 4KS07/4KE07 Analog & Digital IC’s Lab. : Minimum Eight experiments/ programming assignments must be completed based on the respective syllabus covering each of the units. 4KS08/4KE08 Object Oriented Programming Lab. : Minimum Eight experiments/programming assignments must be completed based on the respective syllabus covering each of the units. 4KS09/4KE09 Assembly Language Programming Lab. : Minimum Eight experiments/programming assignments must be completed based on the respective syllabus covering each of the units. *****

Content of the Compulsory Subject “Environmental Studies” are given on Page Nos. ES-1 to ES-4 i.e. at the end of this syllabus. *****

93 SYLLABUS PRESCRIBED FOR FOUR YEAR DEGREE COURSE IN BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SEMESTER PATTER (CREDIT GRADE SYSTEM) SEMESTER : THIRD 3 IT 01/3 KS 01 / 3 KE 01 MATHEMATICS-III SECTION-A UNIT-I: Ordinary differential equations:- Complete solution, Operator D, Rules for finding complementary function, the inverse operator, Rules for finding the particular integral, Method of variations of parameters, Cauchy’s and Legendre’s linear differential equations. UNIT-II: Laplace transforms:- definition, standard forms, properties of Laplace transform, inverse Laplace transform, initial and final value theorem, convolution theorem, Laplace transform of impulse function, Unit step function, Laplace transforms of periodic function Solution of Linear differential equations, Simultaneous differential equation by Laplace transform method. UNIT-III: a) Difference equation:- solution of difference equations of first order Solution of difference equations of higher order with constant coefficients, b) Z-transform:- Definition, standard forms, Z-transform of impulse function, Unit step functions, Properties of Z transforms (linearity, shifting, multiplication by k, change of scale), initial and final values, inverse Z-transforms (by direct division and partial fraction), Solution of difference equation by Z-transforms. SECTION-B UNIT-IV: a) Fourier transforms:- Definition, standard forms, inverse Fourier transforms, properties of Fourier transforms, convolution theorem, Fourier sine and Fourier cosine transforms and integrals. b) Partial differential equation of first order of following form:(i) f (p, q)=0; (ii)f (p, q, z)=0; (iii) f (x, p)=g (y, q); (iv) Pp + Qq = R (Lagranges Form); (v) Z = px+qy+f (p,q) (Clairaut form) UNIT-V: Complex Analysis :- Functions of complex variables, Analytic function, Cauchy-Reimann conditions, Harmonic function, Harmonic conjugate functions, Milne’s method conformal mappings (translation, rotation, magnification and bilinear

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94 transformation),singular points, expansion of function in Taylor’s and Laurent’s series. Vector calculus:- Scalar and vector point functions, Differentiation of vectors, Curves in space, Gradient of a scalar point function, Directional derivatives, Divergence and curl of a vector point function and their physical meaning, expansion formulae (with out proof), line, surface, volume integrals, irrotational and solenoidal vetor fields.

BOOKS RECOMMENDED:1) Elements of Applied Mathematics, Vol. II by P.N.Wartikar and J.N.Wartikar 2) Applied Mathematics, Vol. III, J.N. Wartikar and P.N. Wartikar, Pune Vidyarthi Griha Prakashan, Pune. 3) Advancing Engg. Mathematics by E.K.Kreyzig. 4) A Text Book of Applied Mathematics by P.N.Wartikar and J.N.Wartikar. 5) Higher Engg. Mathematics by B.S.Grewal. 6) Control System by Gopal and Nagrath. 7) Integral Transforms by Goyal & Gupta. 3 IT 02 Unit I:

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95 delegation Event model: Handling mouse events Applet class and its methods, Adapter classes, Inheritance, Polymorphism, Abstract classes and Interface, Packages. Multithreaded Programming: The java thread model, Creating a thread, Creating multiple threads. Java File I/O: File, File Dialog object, Low and High level File I/O, the Stream classes, Byte Stream: Input stream, Output stream, File Input stream, File Output stream, Data Input stream, Data Output stream, Print Writer, Exception handling: Exception types, uncaught Exceptions using try and catch, throw, throws, finally. GUI objects programming: Frame class, menus and other GUI objects.

TEXT BOOK: 1) Herbert Schildt : Java Complete References(McGraw Hill) REFFERENCE BOOKS : 1) C.Thomas Wu: An Introduction to OOP with Java(McGraw Hill) 2) E. Balaguruswami : Programming with JAVA (4th edition), McGraw Hill 3) Sachin Malhotra : Programming in JAVA, Oxford Press. 3 IT 03 UNIT I :

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DISCRETE STRUCTURE (7 Hrs. / Unit) Mathematical Logic : Statements & Notation , Connectives , Normal forms , The Theory of Inference for the statement calculus , Predicate calculus , The Theory of the Predicate Calculus. Set Theory : Basic concepts of Set Theory , Representation of Discrete Structure, Relation and ordering, Functions , Recursion. Algebraic Structures : Algebraic Systems , Semi groups and Monoids , Grammars and Languages, Polish expression & their compilation , Groups , Semi groups. Lattice & Boolean Algebra : Lattices as Partially ordered sets, Boolean Algebra, Boolean Functions, Representation of Boolean Functions , Minimization of Boolean Functions. Graph Theory : Basic concepts of Graph Theory , Paths , reachability & connectedness, Matrix representation of graphs , Storage Representation and Manipulation of Graphs.Trees :Tree Traversal , Minimal spanning trees. PERT. Compultability theory :Finite state machines , Finite state acceptors and regular grammers. Turning, machines and partial recursive functions.

96 TEXT BOOK : 1. J.P.Trembley, R.Manohar :”Discrete Mathematical Structures with Application to Computer Science” 1988 (Tata McGraw Hill) REFERENCE BOOKS:1. S.K. Chakraborty & B.K.Sarkar ;”Discrete Mathematics” OXFORD. 2 Swapan Kumar Sarkar: “A Text Book of Discrete mathematics” (S.CHAND). 3. Bernard Kolman,Robert C.Busby, Sharon Ross: “Discrete Mathematical Structures” Third Edition PHI 3 IT 04 UNIT I:

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ELECTRONICS DEVICESAND CIRCUITS Semiconductor Devices: PN Junction Diode, Zener diode BJT & FET transistor. Rectifying circuits & DC power supplies: HWR, FWR, BR, and Comparison. Inductor and capacitor Filter circuits for D.C. Power supplies. Transistor biasing: The CE amplifier (Simple analysis), Operating point, Stability Factor of self (Potential divider) bias Definition of Hybrid parameters. RC Oscillator: phase shift oscillator and Wein – Bridge oscillator, Transistor as a switch. Opto- Electronics Devices: fundamental of light, photoconductive sensors, photodiodes, phototransistors their principle of operation & application. Opto – couplers. Introduction to P-spice: Circuit element sources in PSPICE, Modeling analysis of diode, BJT & Op-Amp. Operational Amplifier: Block diagram of op-amp, Differential amplifier, transfer characteristics, CMMR improvement, constant current source, dc level shifting, study of IC uA741. Inverting & non-inverting amplifier, Linear & non-linear application of Op-Amp: voltage follower, Integrator, Differentiator, voltage to current converter, sinusoidal RC Oscillator. Comparator, Astable Monostable, & Bistable Multivibrator. 3 pin IC Voltage regulator 78XX, 79XX. Timer: block diagram of IC 555, application of Timer IC 555 as astable, monostable multivibrator, phase lock loops: operations of phase lock loop system, transfer characteristics, lock range capture range.

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97 M.H. Rasid: SPICE for circuits & electronics Using PSPICE (PHI) Gayakwad R.A.: Op-Amps & Linear Integrated circuits (PHI)

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ASSEMBLYLANGUAGE PROGRAMMING Microprocessor 8086 architecture-BIU and EU, pin configuration, Software model of 8086 microprocessor. Memory addresses space and data organization. Data types. Segment registers, memory segmentation. IP & Data registers, Pointer, Index registers. Memory addresses generation, Maximum and Minimum Modes. 8086 Instruction set overview, addressing modes. 8086 instruction formats. 8086 programming: Integer instructions and computations: Data transfer instructions, Arithmetic instructions, and logical instructions. Shift and rotate instructions and their use in 8086 programming 8086 programming: 8086 flag register and Flag control instructions control flow and jump instructions, Loops & loop handling instructions. Stack related instructions. 8086 I/O Address space. Subroutines and related instructions, Concept of Macros and their types. 8086 programming using these instructions Memory system design: Address decoding techniques, staticRAM interfacing, Dynamic-RAM (DRAM): refreshing techniques, interfacing and DRAM controllers; direct memory access (DMA). Interfacing Chips- SRAM and EPROM with 8086, 8237 DMA: pin diagram, internal organization, modes of operation 8086 I/O: Types of input output, isolated I/O interface, input output data transfers, I/O instructions and bus cycles. Programmable Peripheral Interface 8255 PPI: pin diagram, internal organization, modes of operation. Programmable Interval Timer / Counter 8253: pin diagram, internal organization, modes of operation 8086 Interrupts types, priority and instructions. Interrupt vector table, External hardware-interrupt interface signals & interrupts sequence. Software interrupts, Non-maskable interrupts. Programmable Interrupt Controller 8259: pin diagram, internal organization, modes of operation...

98 TEXT BOOKS: 1. Avtar Singh & Walter A. Triebel: The 8088 and 8086 Microprocessors, Programming, Interfacing, Software, Hardware, and Applications, PHI, 2003. 2. K.M Bhurchandi, “Advanced Microprocessor and Peripherals Architecture, Programming and Interfacing”, Tata Mc Graw Hill , 2006. 3. Ray & Bhurchandi: Advanced Microprocessors & Peripherals (TMH). 4. Liu Gibson: Microcomputer Systems: The 8086/8088 FamilyArchitecture, Programming And Design , PHI) REFERENCES: 1. Barry B. Brey : The Intel Microprocessor Architecture, Programming & Interfacing (6/e)(PHI) 2. John P Uffenbeck, “8086/8088 Families: Designing, Programming and Interfacing”. Prentice Hall 3. D. V. Hall: Microprocessors and Interfacing, TMH.

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99 SEMESTER : FOURTH DATA STRUCTURES Data structures basics, Mathematical /algorithmic notations & functions, Complexity of algorithms, Subalgorithms. String processing: storing strings, character data type, string operations, word processing, and pattern matching algorithms. Linear arrays and their representation in memory, traversing linear arrays, inserting & deleting operations, Bubble sort, Linear search and Binary search algorithms. Multidimensional arrays, Pointer arrays. Record structures and their memory representation. Matrices and sprase matrices. Linked lists and their representation in memory, traversing a linked list, searching a linked list. Memory allocation & garbage collection. Insertion deletion opeartions on linked lists. Header linked lists, Two- way linked lists. Stacks and their array representation. Arithmetic expressions: Polish notation. Quick sort, an application of stacks, Recursion. Tower of Hanoi problem. Implementation of recursive procedures by stacks, Queues. Deques. Priority queues. Trees, Binary trees & and their representation in memory, Traversing binary trees. Traversal algorithms using stacks, Header nodes : threads. Binary search trees, searching, inserting and deleting in binary trees. Heap and heapsort. Path length & Huffnan’s algorithm. General trees, M-way search Trees. Graph theory, sequential representations of graphs, Warshalls’ algorithm, Linked representation, operations & traversing the graphs. Posets & Topological sorting. Insertion Sort, Selection Sort. Merging & Merge-sort, Radix sort, Hashing.

Textbook : Seymour Lipschutz : “ Theory & Problems of Data Structures” Schaum’s Outline series (Mc Graw-Hill) International Editions. REFERENCES : 1. Reema Thareja : Data Structures Using C. (Oxford) 2. Ellis Horowitz, Sartaj Sahni – Fundamentals of Data Structures (CBS Publications) 3. Trembley, Sorenson:- An Introduction to Data Structures with Applications. 4. Aho Ullman : Analysis and Design of Algorithms.

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COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING AM Transmitters Modulation, need of modulation, AM Modulation, Frequency spectrum, Principles of DSB-FC, DSBSC, SSB-SC modulation and their comparison, Details of DSBFC Transmitter, Generation of DSB-SC by using balanced modulators (FET & Diodes), DSB-SC Transmitter, Generation of SSB-SC by phase-shift method. AM Receivers TRF receiver, Superhetrodyne receiver, Details of each block such as RF amplifier, mixer oscillator, IF amplifier, Diode detector, Audio Amplifier. Need and type of AGC, Communication Receiver, Selectivity filter method, Phase shift method , sensitivity, Image rejection ration of communication receiver,Noise calculation in DSB-FC,DSB-SC & SSB-SC FM Transmitters FM Modulation, Frequency Spectrum, Circuits & Analysis for direct FM generation using FET and varactor diode. Circuit & analysis of Indirect FM generation, Narrow Band and Wide Band FM, their comparision, Pre-emphasis and De- emphasis. FM Receivers Details of FM receiver, blocks such as R.F. amplifier, local oscillator, IF amplifier, Mixer, AudiQ Amp!., AGC, Limiter, FM Discriminator, Single Slope and Balanced slope detector, Analysis of Foster seeley and ratio detectors, Stereo FM receiver, Noise in FM Reception, FM threshold effect. Pulse Modulation Technique : The sampling theorem, Sampling of Band-Pass Signal, Linear and Non linear quantization, Aliasiry effect, Aperture effect, Reconstruction of filter, Time Division Multiplexing, Pulse Amplitude Modulation, Pulse Time Modulation, PCM, DM, ADM Signal Analysis Fourier Series, Exponential Fourier Series, Fourier Transform, Properties of Fourier Transform, Delta Function, Fourier Transform of Periodic functions, fundamental of Power Spectral Density & Energy Spectral Density, Correlation, auto-correlation, Cross-correlation.

Text Books (1) Kennedy G. : “Electronic Communication System” Tata Mc-Graw Hill Co.,New Delhi (Third Edition) (2) Taub and Schilling D.L. : Principles of Communication Systems, Mc-

101 Hill Co, Tokeyo, 1994 (II Ed.) Reference books:(1) B. P. Latbi : “Modern Digital and Analog Communication Systems” Oxford University Press, New Delhi. (2) Hari Bhat: “Analog Communication, 2nd Edition Pearson India, 2010” (3) S. Kundu: “ Analog & Digital Communication, Pearson India, 2010” (4) R.P.Singh, S.D. Sapre: Communication System, Anolog and Digital, Tata Mc-Graw Hill Co., New Delhi. 4IT03 UNIT I :

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OJECT ORIENTED TECHNOLOGIES Introduction to Object Oriented Programming: Introduction to procedural, modular, object-oriented and generic programming techniques, Limitations of procedural programming, Need of object-oriented programming, fundamentals of object-oriented programming. Objects & classes in C++: Declaring & using classes, Constructors, Objects as functions arguments, Copy Constructor, Static class data. Arrays of objects, C++ string Class. Operator overloading :Overloading unary & binary operators. Data conversion. Pitfalls of operator overloading. Pointers& Arrays. Pointer & functions. New & deleter operators. Pointers For objects. Inheritance in C++ :Derived class & base class, Derived class Constructors, Function overloading, class hierarchies, public and private inheritance, multiple inheritance Containership : classes within classes. Virtual functions concepts, Abstracts classes & pure virtual Functions. Virtual base classes, Friend functions, static Functions, Assignment and copy initialization the this pointer. Dynamic type information. Introduction to C++ graphics, creating basic shapes, using colors and styles . Streams & File in C++: Stream classes, stream errors, disk File I/O with streams File pointers, Error handling in file I/O File I/ O with members functions, overloading the extractions & Insertion operators, Memory as a stream object, command Line arguments. Multifile programs. Function Tamplate, class templates, Exception syntax Multiple exceptions, exception with arguments. Introduction to the Standard Template Library. Algorithms, Sequential Containers iterators, specialized iteratrors, associative containers Function objects.

102 Text Book: 1. Robert Lafore Object-Oriented Programming in C++ (Galgotia Publications) References: 1. E. Balaguruswamy, “Object Oriented Programming with C++”, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd, New Delhi ISBN 0 - 07 - 462038 - X. 2. Herbert Schildt C++ : Complete Reference (TMH) 3. BPB Editorial Board Advanced C++(BPB Publications) 4. Lipmann C++ Primer (Addison-Welsley) 4 IT 04/ 4 BM 04 SOCIAL SCIENCES & ENGINEERING ECONOMICS SECTION - A Unit I : Study of Social Science : Importance to Engineer, salient features of Indian constitution. Fundamental Rights and Duties. Directive Principles of State Policy. (9) Unit II : Indian Parliament : composition and powers. President of India : Election and Powers. Council of Ministers and Prime Minister (9) Unit III : Impact of Science and Technology on culture and Civilization. Human Society : Community Groups, Social Control : Meaning, Types and Agencies. Marriage and Family : Functions, Types and problems. SECTION - B Unit IV: Nature and scope of Economics : Special significance of Economics to Engineers. Production : Factors of production, Laws of return, Various Economic systems, Forms of Business Organisation. (9) Unit V : Banking : Functions of Central and Commercial Banks. Taxation : Principle of taxation, Direct and Indirect taxes. Market : Forms, perfect and imperfect competition, pricing under perfect and imperfect competition, prices discrimination under monopoly. (9) Unit VI: Economics of Development : Meaning, Characterisitcs of under development, obstacles to Economic growth and vicious circle of poverty. Economic Planning : meaning, objective and salient features of current five years plan of India. Planning horizons, life structuring the alternatives. Economics of comparision of different alternative projects. (10)

103 Books Recommended : 1. Pylee M.V. : Constitutional Govt. in India, S.Chand and Co. 2. Joshi G.N. : The Constitution of India, Macmillan India Ltd. 3. Mahajan : The Constitution of India, S.Chand, New Delhi. 4. Maclaver and Page : Principle of Sociology. 5. Davis K. : Human Society 6. Dewett and Varma J.D. : Elementary Economic Theory, S.Chand and Co. 7. A.N.Agrawal : Indian Economy, Problem of Development and Planning (Wiley Eastern Ltd), New Delhi. 8. S.K.Mishra : Indian Economy, Its Development Experience. Himalaya Pub.House, Bombay. 9. Datt R.K. : Indian Economy, S.Chand and Comp. New Delhi P.M.Sundharam 10. Dhingra I.C. : Indian Economy 11. E.Kuper : Economics of W.R.Development, McGraw Hill Co., 12.

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Unit VI :

104 problem Stagecoach Problem, Equipment Replacement problem, conversion of final value problem into an intial value problems. Linear Programming and Sequencing: Linear programming – Concept of Linear Programming, simplex method, Big-M Method, Two Phase Simplex Method, concept of duality, transportation problems, Assignment Problem, Hungarian Method. Sequencing Problem: Two-Machine, N-Jobs, and Three Machine Problem. PERT and CPM : Pert Networks, ET, TE, TL, SE and Critical path, Probability of completion. Decision theory : Introduction, Minimax decision procedure, Bayes decision procedure with and without data, Regret function Vs. Loss function.

TEXT BOOKS :1) Computer Oriented Numerical Methods : V.Rajaraman, Second Edition, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. 2) Introduction to Operation Research : Billy, E.Gillett, Tata McGraw Hill Pub. Co. Ltd., New Delhi.

Jemes L.E., R.R.Lee : Economics of W.R.Planning, McGraw Hill Co.

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Unit II :

Unit III :

Unit IV :

NUMERICAL METHODS & OPERATION RESEARCH TECHNIQUES Error Analysis, absolute, relative and percentage errors. A general error formula and error in series approximation, Solution of Non linear and polynomial equations: Bisection Method, False Position method, secant, Newton Raphson methods. Solution of Linear Systems of Equation : Gauss elimination method, Gauss Jorden Method, Gauss Seidel Iterative Method, Gaussian elimination, Matrix Inversion Method, LU factorization method. Regression, Curve fitting: Least Square Method, Correlations. Integration and Differential equations : Numerical IntegrationTrapezoidal, Simpsons one third and three eight rules, Romberse Method. Newtons forward and backword interpolation formula. Numerical differentiation : Maximum and minimum values. Lagrange’s Interpolation Method, Euler’s method, Runge Kutta methods, Predictor Corrector method, Taylor Series. Operations Research Models and Dynamic Programming : Operations research models- classification of problems, phases of operation research, scope and limitation of operations research. Dynamic programming : Investment

REFERENCE BOOKS 1) Introduction to Methods of Numerical Analysis : S.S.Shastry, Second Edition, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. 2) Optimization Theory and Applications : S.S.Rao, Second Edition, Wiley Eastern Limited, New Delhi. 3) J. N. Kapoor- Mathematical Statistics Tata McGraw Hill Pub. Co. Ltd. 4IT06 Data Structures Lab : Minimum Eight experiments/ programming assignments must be completed based on the respective syllabus covering each of the units. 4IT07 Communication Engineering Lab : Minimum Eight experiments/programming assignments must be completed based on the respective syllabus covering each of the units. 4IT08 Object Oriented Technologies Lab : Minimum Eight experiments/programming assignments must be completed based on the respective syllabus covering each of the units. 4IT09 Computer Lab-II (HTML) : Minimum Eight experiments/ programming assignments must be completed based on HTML. This Lab is based on Web publishing. The topics to be covered include 1. Web Publishing 2. Web Page Design 3. Exposure to IE & NN Browsers

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105 4. Dynamic HTML. Each group of 2 students should build their own Website. M. Petrovsky : Dynamic HTML in Action (TMH) *****

Content of the Compulsory Subject “Environmental Studies” are given on Page Nos. ES-1 to ES-4 i.e. at the end of this syllabus. *****

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ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

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50 Marks

Total Marks : 100 PART-A SHORT ANSWER PATTERN

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1. The Multidisciplinary nature of environmental studies . Definition, scope and importance. . Need for public awareness. (2 lecture hours) 2. Social Issues and the Environment . From Unsustainable to Sustainable development . Urban problems related to energy . Water conservation, rain water harvesting, watershed management . Resettlement and rehabilitation of people; its problems and concerns. Case studies. . Envionmental ethics : Issues and possible solutions. . Climate change, global warming, acid rain, ozone layer depletion, nuclear accidents and holocaust. Case studies. . Wasteland reclamation. . Consumerism and waste products. . Environment Protection Act. . Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act. . Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act. . Wildlife Protection Act. . Forest Conservation Act. . Issues involved in enforcement of environmental lesislation. . Public awareness. (7 lecture hours) 3. Human Population and the Environment . Population growth, variation among nations. . Population explosion - Family Welfare Programme. . Environment and human health. . Human Rights. . Value Education. . HIV / AIDS. . Women and Child Welfare. . Role of Information Technology in Environment and human health. . Case Studies. (6 lecture hours)

4. Natural resources : . Renewable and non-renewable resources : . Natural resources and associated problems. - Forest resources : Use and over exploitation, deforestation, case studies. Timber extraction, mining, dams and their effects on forests and tribal people. - Water resources : Use and over-utilization of surface and ground water, floods, drought, conflicts over water, dams-benefits and problems. - Mineral resources : Use and exploitation, environmental effects of extracting and using mineral resources, case studies. - Food resources : World food problems, changes caused by agriculture and overgrazing, effects of modern agriculture, fertilizer - pesticide problems, water logging, salinity, case studies. - Energy resources : Growing energy needs, renewable and non renewable energy sources, use of alternate energy sources, Case studies. - Land resources : Land as a resource, land degradation, man induced landslides, soil erosion and desertification. . Role of an individual in conservation of natural resources. . Equitable use of resources for sustainable lifestyles. (8 lecture hours) 5. Ecosystems . Concept of an ecosystem. . Structure and function of an ecosystem. . Producers, consumers and decomposers. . Energy flow in the ecosystem. . Ecological succession. . Food chains, food webs and ecological pyramids. . Introduction, types, characteristic features, structure and function of the following ecosystem :- Forest ecosystem - Grassland ecosystem - Desert ecosystem - Aquatic ecosystems (ponds, streams, lakes, rivers, oceans, estuaries) (6 lecture hours) 6. Biodiversity and its conservation . Introduction - Definition : genetic, species and ecosystem diversity. . Biogeographical classification of India. . Value of biodiversity : consumptive use, productive use, social, ethical, aesthetic and option values. . Biodiversity at global, National and local levels. . India as a mega-diversity nation. . Hot-spots of biodiversity.

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Threats to biodiversity : habitat loss, poaching of wildlife, man-wildlife conflicts. Endangered and endemic species of India. . Conservation of biodiversity : In-situ and Ex-situ conservation of biodiversity. (8 lecture hours)

7. Environmental Pollution . Definition . Causes, effects and control measures of :- Air pollution - Water pollution - Soil pollution - Marine pollution - Noise pollution - Thermal pollution - Nuclear hazards . Solid Waste Management : Causes, effects and control measures of . Role of an individual in prevention of pollution. . Pollution case studies. . Diaster management : floods, earthquake, cyclone and landslides. (8 lecture hours) PART-C ESSAY ON FIELD WORK

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8. Field work . Visit to a local area to document environmental assets - river / forest / grass land / hill / mountain . Visit to a local polluted site - Urban / Rural / Industrial / Agricultural . Study of common plants, insects, birds. . Study of simple ecosystems - pond, river, hill slopes, etc. (5 lecture hours) (Notes

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i) Contents of the syllabys mentioned under paras 1 to 8 shall be for teaching for the examination based on Annual Pattern. ii) Contents of the syllabys mentioned under paras 1 to 4 shall be for teaching to the Semester commencing first, and iii) Contents of the syllabys mentioned under paras 5 to 8 shall be for teaching to the Semester commencing later.

LIST OF REFERENCES :1) Agarwal, K.C., 2001, Environmental Biology, Nidi Publ. Ltd., Bikaner. 2) Bharucha Erach, The Biodiversity of India, Mapin Publishing Pvt. Ltd., Ahmedabad - 380 013, India, Email : [email protected] (R) 3) Brunner R.C., 1989, Hazardous Waste Incineration, McGraw Hill Inc. 480p. 4) Clark R.S., Marine Pollution, Clanderson Press Oxford (TB)

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Cunningham, W.P.Cooper, T.H.Gorhani, E & Hepworth, M.T., 2001, Environmental Encyclopedia, Jaico Publ. House, Mumbai, 1196p. De A.K., Environmental Chemistry, Wiley Eastern Ltd. Down to Earth, Certre for Science and Environment (R) Gleick, H.P. 1993, Water in Crisis, Pacific Institute for Studies in Dev., Environment & Security. Stockholm Env. Institute, Oxford Univ. Press. 473p. Hawkins R.E., Encyclopedia of Indian Natural History, Bombay Natural Histroy Society, Mumbai (R) Heywood, V.H. & Watson, R.T. 1995, Global Biodiversity Assessment, Ca mbridge Univ. Press 1140p Jadhav, H & Bhosale, V.M. 1995, Environmental Protection and Laws, Himalaya Pub. House, Delhi. 284 p. Mckinney, M.L. & Schoch, R.M. 1996, Environmental Science Systems & Solutions, Web Enhanced Edition. 639 p. Mhaskar A.K., Matter Hazardous, Techno-Science Publications (TB) Miller T.G.. Jr., Environmental Science, Wadsworth Publishing Co. (TB) Odum, E.P., 1971, Fundamentals of Ecology, W.B.Saunders Co., U.S.A., 574p. Rao M.N. & Datta A.K.,1987, Waste Water Treatment, Oxford & IBH Publ. Co. Pvt. Ltd. 345 p. Sharma B.K., 2001, Environmental Chemistry, Goel Publ. House, Meerut. Survey of the Environment, The Hindu (M) Townsend C., Harper J., and Michael Begon, Essentials of Ecology, Blackwell Science (TB) Trivedi R.K., Handbook of Environmental Laws, Rules, Guidelines, Compliances and Standards, Vol. I and II, Enviro Media (R) Trivedi R.K. and P.K. Goel, Introduction to Air Pollution, TechnoScience Publications (TB) Wagner K.D., 1998, Environmental Management, W.B.Saunders Co., Philadelphia, USA 499p.

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R.Rajagopalan : Environmental Studies, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2005 (R) (M) Magazine (R) Reference (TB) Textbook ******

3 DIRECTION No. 31/2011 Date : 10/06/2011 Subject : Schemes of teaching & examinations of III to VIII/X Semesters as per Credit Grade System of various branches in the faculty of Engineering & Technology Whereas faculty of Engineering & Technology in its meeting held on 6th June, 2011 vide Item No. 39 accepted and recommended schemes of teaching & examinations of III to VIII/X as per Credit Grade System of various branches as per Credit Grade System in the faculty of Engineering & Technology for its implementation from the session 2011-2012 in phase wise manner, AND Whereas the schemes of teaching & examinations of VII & VIII/X Semesters as per Credit Grade System of various branches in the faculty of Engineering & Technology were accepted by the Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor u/s Section 14 (7) of M.U. Act, 1994 on behalf on Academic Council on 9th June, 2011, AND Whereas this schemes of teaching & examinations of various branches as per Credit Grade System in the faculty of Engineering & Technology are required to be regulated by the Regulation, AND Whereas the process of making the Regulation is likely to take some time, AND Whereas the schemes of various branches as per Credit Grade System in the faculty of Engineering & Technology are to be implemented from the academic session 2011-2012, AND Whereas syllabi of various branches in the faculty of Engineering & Technology are to be sent for printing. Now, therefore, I, Dr. Mohan K. Khedkar, Vice-Chancellor of Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University in exercise of powers confirmed upon me under sub section (8) of Section 14 of the Maharashtra Universities Act, 1994, hereby direct as under :1) This Direction shall be called “Schemes of teaching & examinations of III to VIII/X Semesters as per Credit Grade System of various branches in the faculty of Engineering &Technology, Direction, 2011” 2) This Direction shall come into force from the date of its issuance. 3) Schemes of teaching and examinations of III to VIII/X semesters as per Credit Grade System of the following branches shall be as per respective Appendices appended with this Direction :-

4 BRANCH 1) Civil Engineering 2) Mechanical Engineering 3) Production Engineering 4) Electrical Engineering (Electronics & Power) 5) Electrical and Electronics Engineering 6) Electrical Engineering (Electrical & Power) 7) Electrical Engineering 8) Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering 9) Electronics Engineering 10) Instrumentation Engineering 11) Computer Science & Engineering 12) Computer Engineering 13) Architecture 14) Textile Engineering 15) Chemical Engineering 16) Chemical Technology (Polymer) (Plastic) Technology 17) Chemical Technology (Food, Pulp & Paper, Oil & Paint and Petrochemical) Techology 18) Information Technology 19) Biomedical Engineering

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